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Dawrence and, attempt to break
up tile-pressmen's union.
Now, if anyo them try and
back out, the publisher,, Jby his
own agreement, is liable to a fine
of $5,000. "v
Here is the section of he by
laws of the Daily Newspaper As
sociation of Chicago, which in
cludes The Examiner, The Amer-'
iffan, The Recprd-Her-ald, The
News, TheTriburie, The Evening.
Post, The Inter-Ocean, and The
Journal, whic bbihds the mem
bers of the trust in regard, to J
union disDlites : ' L
"In case of ?d4Spute between a ,
siutniiuiucr 01 uie association ana
any of his or its employes, or.any
of the labor unions of which his
or its employes may be members,
or newsboys, earners, newsdeal
ers or news-agents, the question
- at issue may be submitted by the
stockholder interested to the
bbard of directors of the associa
tion? for "recommendation as to
the'' position which sucfistock
iholder shall" take in the contro
versy. If the adoption of the line
of action recommended 'ijy the
unanimous vote of the directors
shall result in a disturbance to
his or its business by a strike,,
boycott or otherwise, then all the
other stockholders of the associa-
We touehed-faer hand
tion shall upon demand render" to fbr near, ffefainny -w!
the said stockholder all possible
assistance and co-operation, re
gardless of los"s or disadvantage
resulting thereby to themselves.
"The penalty lor refusal or fail
ure of any stockholder to render
assistance as herein required,
shall be- five thousand dollars
The, evening- newspapers are
making every effort to get out
four sheet sporting extras with
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Old Lady: Bad boy, why did
you te tha't can to the dog's tail?
Boy: t's vihere I allwuz tie it.
Do you knowa better place? j
My heart goes out in pity to th -little
kids who wear thoseillipu
tion stockings that leaye their
Ieggiesbare. For the f rbhesome
mosquitoes ana the merry Musca
bunch gather soon with hums'af"'
pleasure to .enjoy a kneesy
lunch. - J
-. " ijf ;
.Love "me, tiear. Ana sne re--plied:
"I can't "say no to one so '
wellsupplied with dough."
The wild man fronrBorneo has
nothing on the wild man m the