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some good; They -have iina.de;. employers who hearts haven't been shriveled
with greet! do some thinking and make gome inquiry into the lives of
That will mean, in some Instances at least, voluntary increases, in
wages by employers who do not'waht their consciences charged with the
, damnation of human souls. - " , 1
f -Besides all that, the investigation has helped to make the men and
women who have wealth, see something of the- hard,lives of the toilers-
and there must be some tender hearts under the- costly garments of
jit- will do good, too, in showing, up-the rank hypocrisy of fake philan
thropists, insincere uplifters and kept reformers and newspapers.
And all of. these hypocrites, chanting in. concert Hie praises of their
rich patrons, and worshipping the charity of alms-giving philanthropists;
can't make the common people forget the tragic truth told on the witness
stand by lost souls .of the underworld, or the polished lies of the millionaire
slaves of inhuman greed. , ' i
NEWS OF THE DAVCOERNING CHICAGO
Jacob 'Wbifsky, wife and their 11
children, 829 Milwaukee av., rescued
when fire attacked their home early
today. $3,000 loss
Burglars, threw padded brick
through glass door of dru store of
G. A. Papailouj 776 W.. Harrison st.
Got 145 in postage stamps.
Two auto bandits held up Miss
'atherine St. Clair, night cashier1 in
restaurant of Mrs. M. K. Compton,
''Plaza," 307 B. 55th st. Got $50.
.Louise Griesman, 12, 2005 Wash
liurne.av., who-ran away '.from home.
Monday, was found late yesterday at
the home of Mrs. Mary Stickles, 2021
ashburne ay. Told Mrs. Stickles
her mother sent her there to; stay all
t A. Evers, secretary, of. A,
Brothers, inc., 60 W. Randolph St.,
arrested charged with having failed
.q, obtain, license from the corpora
tion to sell meat. , ,
Ceo. W. Perry, candidate for alder-
man and others will speak tonight
at Socialist mass meeting, 18th ward
opening of aldermanlc campaign at
Oakley Hall, Oakley and Madison sta'
Louis Coan, 19, 716 S. Paulina st,
attempted suicide at Douglas. park;
Gun, May die. .
1 Emif Winklerfi1524 Belmont' av.f
chauffeur,- Jnd, $1 .andqostSyor
driving his machine past d street car
that was stopped at a, street comer.
Morris .Goodman, 1.42oW. Yaylor,
st.,' suiqide. Gas,. ""Despondent be
cause iis only daughter went sud
denly .insane. -
Mike Carrb, 12, who fellwhile try
ing to .escape from training school by.,
climbing, down a rope made o'f ied
clothes, .died today.
Mrs. Isabella Whittle,, 42, 117 S.
Kenilworth av.f found dead at her
home. ' Heart disease.
Mrs. G. Nudineck and Mrs. J. Bur
ger, ,2110 W. 12th st, severely bruised
when two street" cars, collided at N.
Oakley and Milwaukee avs..
Police called to. prevent disturb
ance at 'hall at 760 .Milwaukee av.
Two .Socialist organizations were
;Dr. H. A. Case, 3128 Groveland av.f
arrested, charged' with having per
formed illegal operation on Mrs. Bru
baker, 25, 309 JSnglewood av. She
died-yesterday. f -
Belle Leei. alias Belle -How, 22;
James Gan4l, andKee Siray, 48, ar
rested today ctiarged with being-inmates
of a disprderly house. Found
together in room.at 606 Federal st
Daniel Spurr, 17. 1242 W. 13th st.,
arrested,, -chargedjwith stealing two
bjcjrcles JigI. Glttleson, ,18, '13431