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THE DAY BOOK
500 SO. PEORjA ST 398"
TEL. MO?ROE 353
Vol 1, No. 183 Chicago, Saturday, April, 27, 1912 ' :One Cent
THREE WOMEN HOLD PICKET LINE AGAJWST ARMED
BULLIES, IN LUMBER MILL STRIKE
gj From left to right, Mrs. Kaakinen, Mrs. Kaariijen, arid' Mrs. Snpela
neromes in tne lumoer mm striKe, at tt.Dero.een, yvasn.
reach n. y. Monday
Halifax N.& With 189 bod
ies on board, the Mackay Ben
nett is steaming-for this pprt at
full speed. She cannot reach
here until Monday
When the MaWay-Bennett is
'docked 'at the government wharf,
- only Hear relatives of the dead
will be permitted to'-board her.
All others will be rigidly v exclud
ed. . -
, By Fred T. Boalt.
; Aberdeen, Wash.,. April 27.
The rhili workers here? will ldng
remember t.he three' Wpmen who
held the picket Unfc '
JThey arc Mrs.AhhaKaakinen,
Mrs. Fannie Kaarinen and Mrs.
Sophie Sipela, neighbors in the
Finnish colony i m Aberdeen.
Their husbands ' are among the
striking millmen,.artd they, with
.wives anvd'dauglttp!,nave daily
jy m- ,