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Page 439 - of court shall have a jury trial, if the act charged against him constituted a crime, and unless it is committed in the presence of the court or so near thereto as to obstruct the administration of justice. It is
Page 115 - who worked with these great ones and survived until a later day to help direct the foreign policies of the united Italian people. It has been said that "men fight to lose the battle and the thing they fought for comes about in spite of their defeat, and, when it comes, it turns out to be not what they meant.
Page 255 - of our discontent Made glorious summer by this sun of York; And all the clouds that lour'd upon our house In the deep bosom of the ocean buried.
Page 87 - fixing and regulating the hours of labor, establishing a minimum wage, and the like. Eight hours is made a day's work "on any public work carried on or aided by the State, or any political subdivision thereof, whether done by contract or otherwise." A present Ohio law limits the amount recoverable for death caused by the wrongful act of another to
Page 143 - fraud; it would be deeply discreditable to any man to accept the convention's nomination under these circumstances, and any man thus accepting it would have no claim to the support of any Republican on party grounds and would have forfeited the right to ask the support of any honest man of any party on moral grounds. THEODORE ROOSEVELT.
Page 308 - Border, nor breed, nor birth, When two strong men stand face to face, Though they come from the ends of the earth. Theodore Roosevelt and his strength we know. Of Hiram W. Johnson, Governor of California and Vice-Presidential nominee of the Progressive party, the country has only begun to hear. 306 Ever since the beginning of the Presidential primary campaign in California, the finger of destiny seemed to point to Governor Johnson,
Page 352 - with the development of the world's trade through the canal and the benefit which it was intended to secure to the east and west coastwise trade, we ought to labor to secure from the canal tolls a sufficient amount ultimately to meet the debt which we have assumed and to pay the interest.
Page 267 - shall not come out of the pockets of the many to go into the pockets of the few, and within whose intricacies special privilege may not so easily find covert. At such a time, and in the presence of such circumstances, what is the meaning of our platform, and what is our responsibility under it?
Page 254 - most distressing," Miss Addams says she was "much impressed and at times fairly startled by the large and diversified number of people to whom the very existence of the ' white slave ' traffic had become unendurable and who promptly responded to the appeal made on behalf of its victims." A brilliant work on archaeology