. - I w i v ' v - v . ' '-l 4 v- " PUEBLO WOMAN SOLVES TRANSPORTATION WAY V MaiswBii!MiBsMI I'lTRIA iTNiKn., July S !.-' I. y. S.t One of thi chlrf oonrrrn1 of many persons In and round Pn-tlo follow-. Ins; lh rrent flood a transports. Ion. JCnt bo, however, with one in ebrious young Inrty, wilh -whnni the tale hss to do. Hfifor tti. flnnd mr-r nrvrtert thf W means tif rmrnina- Piiehlo from 'tiutatitt waa y smplsni. snt the lat ter wns una hie to make u la ml inn Vtihln the oily limits. 1 ' Aftrr the water and hiiRt niniss of find debris had been remove. i 'fotn the sirei,t the principal mnr nf IrwvH shout the c.ty was th:it uwd l.y 'Adam and Eve previous to the orltrliml Vlt.rd. Nearly all tho a'rtnmithile on the Vtwts were enirnsd In some hramh f the reclamntlnn work, and it was fsvrrnl week Wore the Ptr-t rail Hiay company snerdod in .puins their rar In operation. 'This condition, in an industrial city Ilk ritehlo. whiTf wi many wnrklnc tnple live, on one side of town and vtrs. on the other, caused a srrent deal rf speculation as to ' How will I )jot 4Rere?- "The young lady referred to wa tnnch perplexed for a time over the difficulty of reaching: her place of mployment on time. Rein an en HuBKt'fc devotee of roller skating. wwer, she tnncoived the Idea of fceeomplishina- her daily traveling via I he roller-kat route. She brought Ht her skates, strapped them to her tfilnly extremities, nnd, pronto, the j.rohlem was solved. 'She rolled merrily along to and rrim her work, dodfinn, with a. smile. In and otit anions the hurrying crouds chanting the time-honored phrase. 'Riieini before pleasure." to "Rusi hCss wltli pleasure." While It is not anticipated that the sidewalk roller skating fad will reach fctirh propntfinns In ritehlo as to ser iously curtail the business of the street car company, it is believed that many who have been visiting- amusement parka and paying- for the privilege of fkatlng will emulate this khaki-clad miss and secure a little healthful re creation in going to and coming from Oieh- daily tasks. SHANGHAI, China, July 21. IBy Charles Edward Jiopue, v. p. Staff Correspondent.) Paid agitators who have set the rest of the -srorld o end through' labor disturbances have awakened sleeping China and are to day engaged in organizing -what they hope will be a counterpart of the American Federation of Labor. Twenty thousand workmen are on atrike in Canton today and nearly that many have juit their johs in Shang hai. ; Peking and Tientsin are to be the next points of attack n.l afte.r that, if the preliminary moveinents aga'nst the employer In the larger cities arc successful, the r'an is to extend thr propapan.li to the smil'er communi ties throu'iout the cou.!iy. That foreign methods have been adopted by the Chinese leaders is evident and there is a strong suspi cion among the authorities that a for fcigner is secretly directing the cam paign. But thus far all efforts to dis cover the identity of the "Man .Be hind the Throne" have been unavail ing. 4 1-nundry workers who commit m.-iv-hem on soiled garments by processing them through a course of rock-pound -Ing hi muddy water at three coppers per garment were the first of the lo cal workers to rise in tneir wr:uh and demand better treatment from tlieii bosses. An eight-hour day, .loubl pay for overtime, halWday holiday on Sunday and full pay for natioiT.l srhd lubor holidays were incorporated in their demands. The laundry ownerf were aghart. They had never been tip against a proposition like that be fore. Seldom had their menials dar ed to even raise their eyea to the higher-up, let alone demand or even beg better pay or working conditi ons. ' ? "It can't be done," they wailed. ' "nut it will be," grimly retorted the aroused employees. Whereupon they staged a parade demonstration and Succeeded in calling out the car fienters. the masons, the cotton spin tiers and the sawyers. Daily others Of the smaller craft are joining the ranks and what threatens to become a general strike is becoming more nd more probable. 1 ECREKA, Cal.. July 21. Arrested for whistling. This Bounds like the eomib man's idea of the "blue law" regime. Hut it happened to iliss Jan et Kunter of Eureka, f She whistled, she admitted. hut George Meaken, a stranger In town, heard her, and misinterpreting the promptings of a sunny disposition, reported to the polxe that she was 6tit of her head, and needed attention. Bhe Was brought to police court. Jid the JudKe draw a lone fure and fix a heavy, heavy penalty? He did not. 1 ' I.ArU)IU It AIM Knot'. MARTINS FERKV. Ohio, July 21. A landlord hei ordered a family to !. VTben the family refused to move Oie iStiuioru removed the windows and $oors. I Due to the heat, th did nt Unher tliem. apparently. ' But, when the landlord had the roif taken off the tenants li ft. (SKXATI Will III' itll'RI si;Ti:i WASHINGTON, July tl. X. 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