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ganize. That is why they, with, their
allies of the shipping trust, are for
ever encouraging immigration from
Southeastern Europe to Chicago.
"So long as they can keep a steady
stream of men pouring into this dis
trict, so long as they can have that
crowd of men waiting outside the
stockyards gates every morning
looking for work, so long as they can
do these things, they can keep you
living like. dogs.
"But they can't if you will organ
ize, and organize well and strongly.
Then it will be you who will be able
to dictate to the packers, and not
they who will be able to dictate
"Organization will help you, it will
help your families, it will help your
children and your children's children,
and it will help your brothers in
Southeastern Europe whom the
'packers are trapping into coming
here to keep their industrial mill go
ing with the cheapest machinery.
"Why, they won't even allow you
to keep all of the miserable wages
they pay you! By this insurance
scheme'of theirs they rob you of part
of your wages -every week.
, "You have to pay that, don't you?
this so-called benefit insurance.
It' kept out'pf your wages, and then
if you are fired, or' if you leave for
a better job, that money is lost to
you you've just sunk it in -the pack
All during the week the agitation
for organization wlil be kept going.
Last week 25,000 handbills, printed
in six languages, were" distributed
through the yards. This week 20,000
"more will be distributed. The huge
wagon, equipped with a locomotive
bell and drawn by a mule, its sides
plastered with posters calling the at
tention of theresidents "Back o' the
Yards" to the organization meetings,
will be kept going through the dis
trict all week.
Tie next mass meeting will "be
held Sunday afternoon in Columbia
Hall. It is expected' that at least
2,500. will aWendthi jmetjn'g,..
MIGHT INVOLVE ALL-EUROPE
Vienna, April 28. Crown Prince
Danilo of Montenegro has left Scu
tari with the -bulk of the Montenegrin
"soldiers; going northward: ' King
Nicholas, with a small force, remains
in Scutari. The destination of the
prince is unknown. The nfove may
be the beginning of the evacuation of
London, April 28. With 10,000
Austria-Hungarian troops marching
on Montenegro to forcibly take Scu
tari, envoys of all the European pow
ers were in- session today to formu
late some plan for joint action which
will prevent hostilities.
An Austrian fleet is leaving Trieste
to harrass the Montenegrin coast.
Three coast towns are reported in
the hands of the Austrians.
Should ,Austria force a battle with
the Montenegrins it is feared war
which might involve all Europe would
follow. Russia is an ally of Austria,
but.is in sympathy with Montenegro.
The. Montenegrin envoy to London
protested against the ejection of
King Nicholas and his troops from
Scutari as unjust and unwarranted.
' Vienna, April 28. Should Monte
negro give up Scutari a situation
even more baffling than that at pres
ent confronting the powers may re
sult. Essad Pasha stands in the
powers' way of setting up the in
dependent kingdom of Albania, 'with
Scutari as the capital.
The Turkish commander, who was
allowed to march out of Scutari with
his 40000 men, all bearing arms, is
marching on Tirans, and intends to
proclaim himself king of Albania.
He has a loyal following among the
Bulgaria and Serria are believed
to be in sympathy with Essid Pasha,
and he may secretly be in league with
King Nicholas. Though he may have
to evacuate Scutari, Nicholas will be
victorious, as his own selection will
be.king of bania.