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7ANUAKT JO, 1111.
of trade. Justice White concurred
in that am&xingly technical "commo
dities clause" decision' construing
the Hepburn railroad act to' mean
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that, railroads themselves could not
own mines the product of which they
carried, but that tho clause did not
prevent tho railroads owning stock
in third companies, which, in turn,
controlled the mines. Justice White
wrote that opinion. Justice White
was of the majority lhat declared
the employers' liability law unconstitutional,-
and lie shares the respon
sibility for tho Knight case sugar
trust decision that manufacturing is
ECONOMY IN ART ,
"Of course," said Mr. Sirlus Bar-
ker, "I want my daughter to have
some sort of an artistic education.
I think I'll have her study singing."
"Why not art or literature?"
"Art spoils canvas and paint and
literature wastes reams of paper.
Singing merelyj)roduces a temporary
disturbance of "" the atmosphere."
"Did Hardlucke bear his misfoi
tune like a man?"
"Exactly like one. Ho blamed it
all on his wife." Judge.
Mistress "What does this mean,
Jane? You ' know you should be
back at 10 o'clock'
Jane "Very sorry, mum. It's
the fault of these new skirts. I had
to take such short steps that it took
longer than I expected to get home."
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