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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, May 17, 1912, Image 4',
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burglar and the sneffc; thief.
Mayor Harrison, however, was
not worrying about the outlying
districts. He said he was going to
veto the resolution.
Immediately after, McWeeny
orderecfthat the union newsboys
be permitted to return to their, old
stands' in the lpop and that this
should be done without any con
dition as to what newspapers the
union boys might choose to sell.
The taking of the stands fr,om
the union newsboys was perhaps
the most outrageous action "of the
publishers in the strike.
The locations of the news
stands in the loop district are val
uable, ihey are property. Many.
of the newsboys had paid hun
dreds of dollars fqr their loca
Yet thepolice power of tj$e cjty
was used tdjdrive them awayfrbtn
these locations, and this without
form of law. THey "were just
The Allied Printing Trades
Council of Chicago last night put
the seal of its approval on the ac
tion of the stereotypers, wagon
drivers, mechanicsand newsboys
in walking out in sympathy -with
the lo'cked-out pressmen.
The council also promised to
aid the locked-out and striking
men in every possible way.
Hubby W,here have you been?
Wife To see my hairdresser.
Hubby What niade it take
her so long?
Wife She fell asleep at thfe
"Sweet one," quoth hj the wait
This seraph of my balad
She placed'two sugars in his soup,
Poure"d-coffee on his salad.
"My long-sought on?,"my guiding
star, " r
Unmatched ort. lander sea "
"Ypu mean it npt," shesaid, "you ' - ,
Just honeyiuglirig me." i
"But how am I to-know -'lis , .
gold.?" . ' 1
Asked SJ of Mt. Flim. .
"You talk-fat like the min who Jf
Them bills to neighbor Jim. ;
I'm bein''fiut to. qujte a cost t'
For Jigbtnm rods these days,' "
Ybur Brick looks good, but I do&'t
Your honeyfuglijf ? ways." j
Now, voters, when you go td heir
The people's .cause declaimed,
When boss is bearded vaithout
' , fear
Andirate interests blamed,
When freedom's banner i$ fluijg, ?0
out, . -When
Retrain yourself, nor 'join the " .- f
Perchance itis horieyl ugle. -
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friends win teinhe bad about