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Bloomington Courier (Newspaper) - March 11, 1902, Bloomington, Indiana Mem i Bloo Kington courier world 8th year. Bloomington. Indiana tuesday March ii. 190a Cravens Bros., pushers of trusts plast Erful speech delivered in great applause prom democratic Side Ixo. The Washington of the Indianapolis Sentinel says go Gressman Robert Quot a a. Miers of Indiana Deli Fred one of the most masterful speeches of the a Easiod in denunciation of trusts Tod monopolies. His arguments and illustrations pointing out the baneful effects of trusts u on the Worun men were unassailable and that he had the Complete sympathy of the democratic Side was evidenced by the frequent outbursts of applause. It was one of the Ablest speeches of the session. Or. Miers was in Fine voice and delivered the speech in his usual impressive Way. At the outset the Sik Jakur said that of All the important questions confronting Congress none is of More importance than the trusts. Quot in the terrifying growth and multiplication of these Mono Oiin tic combinations and in their apparently irresistible Juwer resides the chief danger to the american Republic today declared the speaker. Continuing he said a even the Republican party which is responsible for the trusts recognize the danger or at least sees that the people recognize the Langer and accordingly that party has repeatedly in its platforms declared in one breath that the trusts must be regulated while in the next breath it has declared for the High Tariff which alone has made the trusts possible and Given them their supreme and despotic Power. The Republican pouty is the sole progenitor of the protects five Tariff the Tariff is the Mother of the trusts therefore the re publican party is directly responsible for the trusts. This or. Speaker is a syllogism which is perfectly Clear and logical and can be doubted or denied by no trusts said or. Miers d i tier from the Large business compan ies of former times Mit merely in dimensions but in their very nature and essence. Completion in the former Days prevented monopolies and acted As the conservator of Good wages for labourers and employees in general but the trusts have throttled comp Tinon. The Trust is a combi Natick of All the firms and companies in and particular line of business to stifle All Competition and secure an. Absolute monopoly of business. It j also gets control of All the sources of Supply of the goods handled in that business and so prevents the formation of any new firms or companies outside of the trusts. It thus has the Public at its mercy to far As that line of goods is concerned. Or. Miers died some interest log statistics to disprove the claims Oltha republicans that the trusts have benefited labor by increase a a wages and the purchasing bomb Subity by diminishing prices. He Vid the Igi Irti of Muslin underwear Galland Bros. Non sweat shop Muslin underwear is not the Ordinary kind. It s the Quot Good As you could Maice it Quot kind. It s the kind not made in a sweat shop but in a clean factory by clean hands. It s the kind that fits Well. It s the kind that s sewed Well. It s the kind that embraces the newest designs and trim mings. And most important it s the kind that s made of the very Best materials. You positively find Good muslims in even our cheapest garments and in the medium and better goods. Nain Sook and Long cloth Are used almost exclusively. The prices Are reasonable not More than you ordinarily pay for inferior goods. You might As Well have the Best for the Money and we guarantee this to be the Best line of Muslin underwear Ever shown in Bloomington. A i Corset covers Start with a perfectly Plain one made of Good mrs Iii no trimming they Range upward in Price and Quality. Ilcare you will la i the pretty new style Suan Iless cover full front a caches Only to the Waist. Lace or embroidery Trini Nied. Prices Quot a of to. Drawers in there is a great variety to select from j a perfectly Plain one with Trullio at i ijottom.2lc, abettor one Hemstitch do a to. This line �o3 noticeably Superior to oth. Ers in the Media i Rice goods. "1 1 the 50c lir Awers Are Mir trip in Ray Well j1 Trilli Meli Willi lace or i a Luro Idery. Naile it j with a Wilu re to. Thick Vii. Ami tiie Ina j i Teria a Nice a Jalily Cai nitric. Gowns every woman hates to make a gown these Aro As cheap As Yon could them look lots better and will save you All that trouble. They Start in Price at soc in a number of styles. One excellent i j material is developed with Plain Square tucked Yoke no trimming. A line of out sizes at this Price. The line of gowns is extra Good for the to Kiev. Skirts i this is to be a year of Muslin skirts. The new Slider fabrics in dress goods Call f or Titis handsome lingerie. Chemises not a great variety of Thoni l it a Good line of popular priced garments, full with be Uit Lully trimmed Neok maybe utilized As Short blk it an Ltd Corset cover if desired. Prices a it of to. A Beautiful line of better goods in drava is made of sheer or Leavy materials As Yuu , h a n a hoi Cly to priced up to .i?1.5c> or. Children s drawers a Good Hue at 10c, Loc. and of k or. Then our better ones Are dreams of Beauty. Here the sheer materials and Dainty laces predominate t h o u g h there is a variety of embroidery trimmed o n e s too. The styles Are new. Popular to n new Nell Gwynne gown ask to see it. Prices in these handsome ones up to.$3.50 we a invt them at 50c, which is a Good Plain Short skirt trimmed with tucks. These skirts lit Well the material is Good and they Supply a necessity in your wardrobe for a very Little Money. The prices Range up Ward in skirts in accordance with Quality of materials used. The new Catherine Medici laces Trio i Blind embroideries j and Dainty Val. Inces Are shown. These. Its Are wide have 118 in. Flounce with j India Linon under ruffle. Prices up to .3.50 cd Mabel Law a a co., big Cash store. I Quot Vivier the re cent census on manufacturing which have been completed for thirty three Stales and territories the average Walt yes of the labourers in All the manufacturing industries have decline Ltd it it per cent since 18i 0. Simicin locally in those thirty three states and territories 1,001.500 wage earners received an average of $418.48 each per year or ?1.3i per Day in 1890, and l,4�o,a05 wage careers in these same states and territories received an average of ?387.53 each per year or $1,20 per Day in 1000. This an average decline of i tier cent in those years and there is nothing unfair in the Cor Oparison because both 1890 and 1900 were prosperous years. The period of this decline remember was in a i period when the trusts came into Power and when their reign was Bucom inst More and More supreme with every passing year until now theg have got nearly every Branch of Industry by the Throat and can do to labor whatever they will. It but this average decline of 6 per cent in wages does not toll the worst of the Story for in some of the important manufacturing states the decline has been truly alarming. In new Jersey for instance we find that in 1890 the average wages earned in the various manufacturing industries was $2.24 a Day and in 1900 Only $1.52 a Day thus showing a terrible decline of 32 per cent in wages in new Jeney daring the to . Or. Miers then Showell by Dun s review an acknowledged authority that the trusts have not diminished prices because the Cost of living As indicated by the relative Cost of the necessaries of life is 7 per cent higher now than in lsi>0, or an increase of j1 per cent. Thet rieksts to said dictate what the citizen shall buy and the Price he shall pay. After advancing Many other telling arguments or. Miers summed up by saying that the Best Way to strike at the trusts is to Rcd cd the Tariff so As to let in foreign Competition along All lines cd strolled by the trusts. Publicity he declaring is not enough for the trusts have no shame and care nothing As to what the people think Ai it out them so Long As they arc let alone. He said Quot if a True statement of their accounts is too glaring too self condemnatory they can Issue a false statement. They Are not too squeamish for a Little thug like that. The Way to pre vent the Trust evil to restore Competition by cutting off or reducing the Tariff on Trust made mho jumped from train failed to escape troubles of his on. A Man and his wife and eleven children came in from near Modesto Only a few minutes in fore train time this morning and All proceeded to the station to get tickets for Terre haute. The Pater families grew very excitable As the train approached and had to take a family census several times before he could Tell ticket a gent Smith How Multi transportation he wanted in Bis haste and nervousness the Man for get to Check by baggage which will be forwarded on the next train. A Greencastle dispatch says Quot Jacob key Noldi who jumped from a train with a Little girl yesterday afternoon was captured four hours later. Reynolds tramped through soft Fields and Woods until he was near Clinton Falls in the North part of the county. Reynolls escaped from Deputy sheriff Cherry of Boonville who sought sheriff Cooper of this county and the two began a search for him. They gathered up a number of Farmers and when Reynolds was overtaken the Farmers were in the humor to Lynch him. Reynolds had carried the child which he claims is his own ail Day and he was nearly o.kbau8t-Ed and unable to put up a fight when overtaken. To was brought Here last night and today Cherry started on to Kentucky where Reynolds will answer co a charge of Kinda Iping. The girl told the officers that Reynolds took her in the closet in the car locked the door and jumped out the window. Reynolds left the train near Limedale. Before be went to the closet be asked Berry to remove the Bao cuffs Bieh Daidone. Be Oolda Catbe father of the child. To and the Mother attempted to marry in Kentucky the officer said. The Mother s parents objected and the two eloped to Indiana but the Mother was Tok it Young and they could not get a License. The couple then lived together Tor some years. The Mother went Back to her father in Kentucky and there the girl was born. Later the Mother married s. B. Warner who has been assisting in the capture of Reynolds. Cherry said the abduction of the child occur etl october 11, and since then be has been following Reynolds Over Indiana. He said the Reward to Koukl be paid for the capture would not pay his travelling . He nearly overtook Reynolds at one time at Evansville then Reynolds tied to Canada with the girl took her to Chicago and later to Valparaiso where he was a College student for some years. He was at Valparaiso for some time before cheery food him. Reception for mrs. Meir yesterday afternoon at Timeir Home on East sixth Street. Mrs. C. W. Booth and mrs. L. U. Oakes entertained about forty ladies in Honor of their to Stern mrs. Wier of new Castle. Dor ing the afternoon a Good Deal of amusement was afforded by a guesting contest in a bib tiie ladies Drew portraits of each other and then exchanged them for identification. Mrs. Joseph Swain proved to be the Best artist and was awarded with a Large Bui of carnations. Refreshments in three Onri were served at Small tables in the dining Roon and carnations ii As favors. Hai Toik is to clean Nursery bottles after to Bonne in been a cd Ria Oil lbs roughly a warm Valer Tea Iii with Vam a Star Coa Uinise a cup Teaful of Gold Dost washing powder i let it aired. Sim King every nov had then. If i rubber lube a cd let it remain also is the i a a or. Raae to rough Elera water several times. Loss omit la Niico Mon effective tit a soap u a dam Triem. As it re move All Specka and of Iota a i Flag 10 the am a of Ike bottles Tkv sea a Utako aft min a m a a noun Toui new Bou univer vma.a.1
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