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r and often as conducive to harm as good, itself enough for its services to farms Words of Wisdom. and every day the suffering of the peoKnow ye not that a little leaven a goodly living? Perhaps it does not know how but it will sometime. Editor and Mgr. ple goes on and the cry of the weak and leaveneth the whole lump? THE DIXIE FALCON. D. U. Cochrane, CF alcon Publishing1 Co. Pn hi if I. o. Published every Saturday at St. George, Washington County, Utah. Entered at Saint mail matter. George Postoffice as second-clas- s SUBSCRIPTIONS. Year 82; fractions pro rata ADVERTISING. The Flat Rate For Display, 50 cents per inch per insertion; II per inch per month. No distinction is made, excepting as between Transient and Permanent business the latter being entitled to space at 50 cents per inch per month. Advertisements double-colummay be triplecolumn, or ran across entire page at pleasure of advertiser; position not guaranteed. Reading Notices 10 cents per line for first insertion ; 5 cents per line for each additional insertion. single-colum- n, NOVEMBER 10 1P00. WHO CARES? oppressed ascends to Him who said Is there not Vengence is Mine. sickness in many homes all over this land, in cities and country, at this moment? Are there not fevered brows, and burning lips, and aching eyes, and weakened bodies tossing day and night on beds of pain? To many a cooling drink would be a most pleasing gift, the sight of a few flowers a vision of bliss, a kind word a benediction. We believe that ministrations such as these are more consistent with our Christian, our reasonable duties here than caring for cats. These are old fashioned ideas to he sure but their origin is divine. If-yo- u will not hear Reason she will Equity. surely rap your knuckles. Poor Rich- ard. How great is the number of persons who have existed without haying lived! Gounod. Awake, thou that eleepest. Cast, off all which presses down. Watch; labor; strive to go forward and to grow in knowledge. Ephesians v., 14. No laws, no customs, no rights of property are so sacred that they may not he made away with if it can be clearly shown that they stand in the way of the A private corporation usually cares little about its ordinary workmen. They are only part of its tons and tv ; part most easily and cheaply replaced. But with a public owhership it is different. Well paid iabor and contented citizanship are of vast importance to a community, and the employes an part of the people for whose benefit the municipal railway or other public institution exists, in faet are partners in it. Municipal ownership means shorter hours, better wages and bettea satisfied people. Trade Union Advocate. Chicago is to have a home for cats, a greatest happiness. W. Stanley Jovons where abandoned felines may find food There is no reason on earth vhj ( 1 and shelter and where those physically afflictAssociation of labor and the division ialism should be a bngaboo word. BisThe manifest destiny of this nation ed may be nursed back to health, or, if this is of the fruits of labor or rather of the marck seems to impossible, may be humanely killed. The orig- should be to so govern the regard it with t 'rror people that inator of this movement is a Mrs. Leland Nor- of its between the profits his disproductions ' ton, president of the Chicago Cat club. The crime and all motive for it would during supremacy in Germany, an 1 institution which she is establishing on Grand that every one should recieve producer, in proportion to the amount his repressive measures had the effect boulevard will be the largest of its kind in the appear, and value of the work done by each - world and of finally giving the 3oeia1s a larger according to present plans will be the just reward of their labors; that . . o Maz-zini. per-formally opened Oct. 1. Many of other nations would desire to this is the social feature. Joseph number of seats than any o her party sons are said to favor the plan and are willing people in the Reichstag. Instead of proceedto contribute financial aid. Efforts, too, it is establish a government like it. . stated, will be made to establish similar homes There 19 in human affairs one order ing to tear up the German empire, lin other cities. re-fu- well-to-d- althey have pegged along very much like is matter how worthy Some of the powers are apparent! y which the best. The order is not other political parties when entrusted is the plan, that there are higher duties regretting that they did not break ways the one which exists, but it the Tn with a measure of It seems to us, no should exist for the greatresponsibility. and more binding obligations in life china first and quarrel over the pieces order which God knows it England, the socialistic movement is of humanity. than in caring for cats. It suggests afterwards; for now it is also quite ap- est good and wills it: mans duty is to discover very much like that of America, except Itself to us that human beings, stamped parent that it will not be broken at alL pnd establish it. Emile de Travelers. that English municipalities are making with the image of their creator, are more rapid strides in acquiring control Can it be believed that democracy, worthy of a thought and effort in their There are many men elected and of all public utilities than are those of behalf. We know that' in Chicago and measures endorsed because they are which has overthrown the feudal sysAmerica. Socialism is entirely a queshundreds of other cities there are many backed by a party that never would be tem and vanquished knights, will re- tion of political economy. There is thousands of human beings, whose lives elected or endorsed if standing alone treat before tradesmen and capitalists? ih it to suggest dynamite bombs nothing Will it stop now that it has grown so in every- sense of the word are failures, on their merits. or inspire terror in any form. Indian'whose hopes are dead, whose-soulare strong and its adversaties so weak? apolis Press. De n, Toquevill-ewarped in an atmosphere of sin and After the politicians have - explained So long as working people depend on. and who yet might be encourThe best state of human nature is just how it all happened and the I aged to regain their lost manhood and told you sos have had their say, both that in which, while no one is poor, no the employing classes to make laws for their benefit, so long will they be heww omanhood were such an effort made will tie up their jaws and rest for four one desires to be richer nor has any for them as is apparently to be expendreason to fear being thrust back of the ers of wood and drawers of water. years more. class uses all the m&chlnerv at ed in the care of cats; wno yet might efforts of others to push themselves Every its command to further Its interest ,be led into paths of industry and purity forward. John Stuart Mill. McKinley and Roosevelt are to be t evermore to be true to themselves and The citizens of a large nation, in- exeept the working class. It gives our next executive officers; the Earth over to its employers all the machinery ,a blessing to those over whose lives organized, have reached dustrially still revolves and the sun shines alike when of government to use for the benefit of they had an influence. We knowthat their possible ideal of happiness t Is always used in the great cities there are thousands upon the just and unjust. the producing, distributing and other the employers and it eof children whose minds are being poiactivities are such that each citizen against the workers. As well nught soned by contact with crime, whose It gives the man of sentiment a pang finds in them a pi ace for all his energies expect a king to use the army for the of sorrow to walk down Fifth Avenue and aptitudes, while he obtains the masses and against himself as to exfootsteps, without the watehful care-opect the employing class to use gov;a parent whose eyery .energy is put any afternoon and realize what a means of satisfying all his desires. ernment for the whole people. They forth to keep soul and body together,1 frightful struggle for Herbert Spencer. are not so foolish. Working people are ;a re being guided into the broad path this life is. There hundreds of people that leads to moral ruin who might yet' gather to get the first editions of the The slave power that dealt in human the majority and should use the ma'be sa ved by efforrs such as those now. .afternoon papers, not for the news of chatties and flourished in Its infamous jority to further their own interests. Appeal to Reason being put forth to shelter homeless .the war in Luzon or Natal, nor even traffic up to 1861. was in many respects of local events, but to read not nnlike the Cdtb present money aristocwants. the in of No summer passes the large Eagerly buying, perhaps racy in the north today. Salem (Ore) any HOME MISSION ART APF'TS. of last with their copies does papers not witness the deaths pennies, .cities that Independent. XV m. Gardner and J. B. Bracken Pinof as the rssult of tnousands of children they hurriedly scan the page containing and ride 2 six dollars For day you may to November 11th, p. m. physical surroundings and conditions. Situation Offered and dart away up on the for fifteen governNephi M. Savage and W. O. Bentley days night No winter passes that does not bring street or down in search of a place to Price, November. 30th, 2 p. m. ment owned railways of Switzerland. from wolf to the earn something keep One of the Presidency of the Stake suffering the pangs of hunger and the If Canada owned the C. P. R., Nova is of the born and William Stirling Bunkeryille, haste Their door. the of children stings of cold to thousands on the beauties of Scotians gaze might priesthood meeting 3 p. m. Saturday else will secure the throughout the United States. Are fear that somebody and vice Columbia Nov. 10th, 2 p. m. Sunday and eveBritish every year, these little ones less worthy of atten- position before they can reach the per- versa. The ning; St.. Joseph, Nov 12th evening; people rule"' in Switzertion than brutes? Apparently they are son .offering it. And it frequently hap Overton,-Nov13th, 10 a. m. and 2. p. politicians rule in Canland; partisian 100 will men and that apply boys No wonder that pens m.; St. Thomas, Nov. 13 evening , not so considered. and Country, Toronto. Citizen ada. . 10 a. m. Mesquite, Nov. 15; Littlefield stones for a single place within an hour after . centuries ago did One say of the Is deNov. 15th, 4 p.m. it that of business the public prints The entire structure 'that they were the only pillows on it Is jfitatedin from on open. Thus the struggle goes for its support upon the people Wm. H. Thompson and Hector A. Mo pends , which the son of man could lay his day to day until, pceasionaly at least, a who purchase tbeir supplies. Labor in .Quarrie, Gunlock, Nov. 11th, 2 p.m. DANIEL D. MCARTHUR, head. jump from the high bridge at Lincoln its ehief the consumer is as a capacity for DAVID H, CANNON, It is true that there are societies park or a revolver shot in Souths Clark as a in its capacity ERAS res BL SNOW, employer of labor the'jrelief of the poor and unfortunate, street violently ends it. Chicago not P does it residency of the St. George Stake pay producer. Why then but the work is but poorly conducted - s . cor-ruptio- f mere-existenc- 1 -- .