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station on the way"ho4me and left
"I wish I cpuld think of some
way of earning money to pay the
rent, but I can't. - ,
"I might make a little money
by working overtime if it weren't
that the walk from work to home
takes so long, and I have to. do
most of the housework, you
know. Hdther isn't able to, and
while Rosie tries hard, she Is too
young to keep everything going.'
The Kane home, by he way, is
its spick and span as a man of war.
Helen Kane doesn't seem to
'think that she really did anything
SEtraordinary in giving up the
Hjpney she found just at the time
fljie needed it so badly.
Perhaps she didn't. Perhaps
tfee was, as she says, "just hdn
tt," but it .would be interesting
to Jcndw how many other people
ip the same circumstances would
fee "jiist honest."
GOMPERS ON LAWRENCE
Washington, D. C, Sept. 25.
"Criminal conspiracies of merci
less and unscrupulous capitalists
against organized labor," are
flayed by President Samuel Gom
pers of the American "Federation
of Labor in the October number
of "The Federaf ionfst."
"The already famous Lawrence
strike is apparently yet to per
"form another service to working
men in furnishing public substan
tiation for charges against men
'higher up,' " said Gompers.
"The public has felt that some
great power had dropped a baf
fling impenetrable curtain, shut-
Uirig them" out from the facts in:
the case and that the trial of John
J. Breen was hut an attempt tq
'The story of Ernest W.OPit-
man ahd his relations to the. dyna
mite, cases are most suggestive of
the anuses of financial powers!
Rumor says jie had been expect
ing financial aid from the' big mill
men. "'Apparently it was determine
to destroy labor organizations by,
discrediting the workers. One'
way to do it was to show they
were lawless users of dynamite..
"WHen the story of financial,
greed, heartlessness and deter
mination shall have been estab-
lished, the world tyfll have con
firmed previous criminal conspir-
acies of merciless and unscrupul
ous capitalist antagonism of bx4
BURGLARS CAUGHT IN ACT
James Ryan, 35, and William
Russell, 40, 459 S. HalstecTst
were arrested by Officers Malloy
Joyce and Mooney of Desplainesrv
Joyce noticed broken window
in .restaurant 0f James Pappas
953 W. Randolph st., and wherf
he werit to rear he saw Ryan;
climbing out transom.
Ryan saw Joyce and ran to1
front and Jumped through pjate? ?
glass window, where Officer
Mooney was waiting for him. Of
ficer Malloy-caught. Russell, who
was acting as lookout, and arrest
Ryan, held on $15,000. bonds:
and Russel on $r,000 Bonds.