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SMOKERS "WE HAyE'JflET
f rivl$j TZT"- MAN wH
of aw. the hated, Smokers, beneath the sizii-ins son,
I LOSE MV NANNY EyEUY TIME. To" THIS ACCUUEO ONE.
ALTHOUGH ME CASLRlES 'RooftO a WAD, ENOuCH TO CHOKEA WHALE"
AND OWNS A HOUSE A NO AUTO, WITH REAL ESTATE R-R.SALE "
HE NEVER BUVS TOBACCO. NO? THIS AVAftlOOUS CUSS
iHE GETS AU. HIS-MAKIN'SBv f?ii3KlN& UTTLE USJ.
CLASH EXPECTED BEWEEN
STRIKERS AND POLICE
Paterson, N. J., March 13. A clash
between striking -workers and thepo-
lice was momentarily expected today
as a result of the sentencing of Carlo
Tresca, I. W. W.-oTganizer, to ixty
days in jail pn a disorderly conduct
Tresca was also held in $3,Q00 bail
on a charge of inciting to riot.
Bitterness against the. employers
and police was intensified among the
strikers by the. sentencing of Tresca.
All hope or a speedy settlemeht. of
the difference has, disappeared, the
strikers declaring they will remain on
strike until all of their demands are
City firemen have Been7 notified to
be prepared to reinforce the police
should rioting break out
A little city girl went to visit some
country cousins. AKbreakfast one
morning there was a, dish of honey
on the table, and in order to show
her -cousins that she was familiar
with country life, the little visitor
remarked, "Ah, I see you Seep a bee!"