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Above is Mrs. Louis Dbnie.vski and
four of her 'six children;- the family
of eight hasiiyed for 19 weeks entire
ly on bread "an'd tea? with occasional
potatoes; below is a portrait of Celia
Rodin, a Russian g?r.lrwho .was. a.
friend of Tolstoi, as'heaijpears. ojn
picket duty .; "'!'-'
Against, tiiese Jowly heroes and
heroines of industry is arrayed ,the
manufacturers' association, which re
fuses absolutely to compromise or to
arbitrate. The strikers from the
first, have invited arbitration. The,
United Business " . Mpn's .Association
-urges it. ! '
Heads of 1 families draw $5 a .week
from the unjon fundi. Sirigl6 men
are. paid $3. and "single women $2.
The international-, union pipvides
$15,000 a week.
-o -o-. j
It's a question whethercoid weath
er or Thaw will be THE news of the
day in the East, now. .'.!' i
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