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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, September 12, 1912, Image 4',
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had "robbed Bird at all, and ttiat
Mrs. Sutter told himJBird had de
cided to stay at theliotel all night
and that that was why she left.
Mrs. Sutter was released on re
duced bail of $500 yesterday. She
is in hiding under the surveillance
of Senator Madigan.
OWNERS WIN A POINT
Charleston, W. Va., Sept. 12.
The state of West Virginia has
yielded to the demands of the coal
The mine owners are to be al
lowed to import strikebreakers,
and the soldiers are to be used to
protect the strikebreakers.
Forty-two striking miners were
arrested by Lieut.. Adam T. Gaul
and a squad of soldiers at Dor
othy today. The miners had heard
of the coming of strikebreakers.
They were waiting for them
The prisoners were taken to
Paint Creek Junction by special
train. They will be tried by court
The mine owners have adver
tised for strikebreakers. Vice
President Frank J. Hayes, of the
United Mine Workers, warned
Gov. Glasscock that the importa
tion of. strikebreakers would
cause an industrial upheaval
throughout the state, and that the
union could not be responsible for
Gov. Glasscock did not answer
this warning; nor did he answer
a similar warning given by State
Senator Montgomery, expert ad
visor of thegovernor's commis
sion, Investigating the situation.
By Berton Braley.
Since we have had our 'phone put
We've called up all our kith anj
And visited across the wire
As frequently as we desire, '
The grocer and the butcher, too,
We call by 'phone, as others do
They send our orders, day by day
For 'phoning's such an easy way;
We 'phone for this, we 'phone forr
For cabs and cane, and gloves an
For medicine and fancy drinks,
For caddies on the golfing links.
We "'phone our love, we 'phone
our hate, TC.
We're 'phoning early, 'phoning
A 'phone is near our little bed; V
At night we clamp it on our heact
And gently close our tired eyes
To telephonic lullabies.
We hope m time let "this
To take our exercise by 'phone.
A fat French lady despairingly
says: "I am so fat that I pray for'
a disappointment to make me.
thin, but no sooner does the dis- ,
appointment come than the "joy
at the prospect qf getting thin5
makes me fatter than ever."
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