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Be Careful Who Come

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These are days that make thoughtful men wonder what will be when the 55,000,000 people of this country shall have increased to three times that nutnber and when all the (ielda shall have been appropriated and all the mines opened. If we cannot get along now without manifold strikes and riots how will it be when the idle Í)opulation Bhall have increased tenold and when competition shall have become so sharp, it will only beby the utmost thrift and care, that the poor can be fed at all? We must, as a Nation, begin to strip for the contest. We must havo better schools; we must make more and import less; we must be more careful to equip men and women for a life struggle; we must also be more careful who come to our shores. Severa] years ajo Miss Aliee McCauley, the handsonie daughter of a rich Californian. while in Euro pe feil in love with and married Count valensen, an attractive Italian nobleman. The honeymoon was brief, and soon after they reached California a suit for divorce was instituted by the eountess on the grounds of cruelty and infidelity. The suit failed. Now she is suing to cover $10,000 which she alleges her husband has appropriated out of her separate property. She is also suing for $2,000 worth of grain and hay which the eountess says the count. out oiï her ranch to feedhts own stock.


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Ann Arbor Democrat