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tyfoon, a funny kind of a play
about a jap feller that went to ber
lin to pull off sum kind of a secret
deal and got stuck on a german
'she was some giddy dame, be
leave me, and her and the jap gets
evenin when she is callin on him
to run along and forgit the way
she raises an awful holler, but
he just sticks one hand in his buz
zum and ses, out'of my life, wom
an, just like that
but just as she is goin out the
dore, he gits mushy in the bean
and calls her back and tells her
he cannot live without Her .
and that is where he makes one
she tells him he aint nuthing
but a poor slob, and she was dead
tired of him long ago, and maby
he can come and see her some
time if she feels like it
so then he kills her andbimeby
he dies himself
this is also not a cheerful play,
i think ile stick to the movies for
a while, there is generly summing
funny in them johny
LABOR NOTES "
- By Max Hayes.
A. F. of L. Shows Considerable
bThe enemies or organized la
bor and some .timid souls in the
ranks who don't understand the
principles of the movement,
were cock sure that the McNar
mara dynamiting scandal would
seriously react upon all the.
unions, hamper their growth and
probably disrupt some of them.
Such is not the case. Compared
to a year ago last month' the AF.
of L. is fully 150,000 members
stronger, and reports from every
section of the country show that
the increase is steady and sure.
It antagonists and pessimists can
find any comfort in these cold
facts they are welcome to it.
Another Strike Threatens Great
A national strike and locko'ut
of building tradesmen threatens
,in Great Britain. The employers'
national association is- preparing
to enforce the open shop, and if
the unionists go oa strike a gener
ar lockout will be declared all ov
er the country.
Industrial Workers After Steel
The victory of the Industrial
Workers of the World at Law
fence, by reason of which 150,
000 toilers in New England gain4
ed increases in wages,-has mad
that organization a factor that
must be reckoned with in some in
dustries at least. There is a dis
position on the part of some of the
officers to next attack the .steel
trust, which has. demolished all
the old-line unions in its miljs.
The I. W. W. officers-believe they
can organize the iron and steel
People need the government
and the weather to tilame-for
their affairs not going right""