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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, January 11, 1912, Image 14

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bles, kneading their dough, they
are as happy as our grandmothers
in the sewing circle.
- Signora Arnoldi' bakery
serves 'from 125'to 190 families a
day.
- She clears $.10 a day, for no
housewife comes to he'r with less"T
than three loaves, and often there
are six, 'seven and ten. An aver
age of siv loaves to each of 190
farnilies count over a thousand
loavesp which, even at a cent a
loaf, bring a steady profit.
Every loaf of pani (the Italian
Sv-ord "for bread) is numbered be
fore ft goes into the oven. A
bookkeeper writes numbers on
small squares of papers thus:
24 "(6) meaning that the woman
"whose number is 24 has six loaves
'ofbread inthe oven;
a 'She "Sticks the numbers to the
doughr and goes home to wait un
til her-bread is baked. Then she
comes for it, or sends the children.
A DEM. LEADER SNAPPED
AT WASHINGTON
30-CENT EGG CLUB GOES
ON STRIKE
Cleveland, O., Jan. 11. Cleve
land folks have forced ep nrices
down by the simple
expedient of strike,
led by the 30-Cent
Egg clubr whose
members arepledg
ed to pay no more
than that. And
they wear buttons to show their
protest a gainst high prices. As
a result eggs have already drop
pled 20 cents a dozen andare ex
jectedsoon to .hit 30 cents.
30-CENTm
A big auto truck was used re
cently in a Maiije'town to move a
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