AT THE THEATERS
e heavy labor-
as a last and
papers. I am
end my assur-
the leaders or of their guillible flock.
is genierally mere force, a clubbing
over the head.
Disgusting as all of this is, it is none
the less necessary. The industrialist,
in ninety-nine cases out of a hundred,
is an utter damned scoundrel, a swine,
a poltroon, a churl. He has even less
honor than an evangelist.
Consider, pray, the mine operators.
It is not long since that McAdoo re-
vealed the fact that some of them,
when wages were highest, made as
ligh as six hundred per cent profit.
According to all laws, all business
ethics, according to the law of supply
and demand, this was perfectly proper
and not at all illegal, a premise which
I readily grant.
The same condition largely. p'revails
today. Coal, as an industrial and do-
mestic necessity, is overwhelmingly in
a keg of Pilsner handy.
ittle wearily, that there
its last legs and that
ens-an old, old story.
ethics of strikes, labor
dustrial barons gravely.
hing new to say about
One must still grant
a right to strike, and
oyers should have the
taking them back, that
ethically, at least, have
'The reason must be obvious when
one goes to the bottom of it. All men
with a business potential, all real
business men, are born with a large
share of swinishness. The more hog
there is in them the more they are in
a position to outstrip their porcine
competitors, and by the time one of
them has reached the eminency of,
mine ownership he is a complete and
utter hog. He is incapable of honor'
One concludes, as always, that three
fourths of the people are asses, and
that nearly all of the rest are scound-
rels. Thank God, there is room for
all in the churches.
Cleveland Educator Entertained
R. G. Jones, superintendent of
schools in Cleveland, who spoke last
night in Natural Science auditorium'
on "Publicity in Education," ~was'en-
tertained at a dinner last night at
the Union by Dean Edward H. Kraus,
of the Summer session.
Mr. Jones returned to Cleveland
last night, at the conclusion of his
lecture in Natural Science auditorium.
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e of hiring whor
hat, but one must
c idea of labor un
al than altruisti
e for the aggrandi
ers than for anyg
s at large. Reason
demand, and the prices stay, in con-
m they sequence, relatively high. 6n the
t admit other side there are more miners
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U lacking competition, to increase ,prices
a and a relatively gre;Aer profit. Thus
I they serve to swindle both the public'
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