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CATERER GfeS' BOST0N.STXRBl
Isad'bre Gilmafribe'ad-of,ihe Auolv
tofium Catering1 tympany, ias mad6
the profitable "(fertfhi)afec6very
that one canTsaye much money uy
opfainihg noij-union. waitresses, from
'the,Bos'ori Spije, '
Wednesday iright" three jewjiflf "or
ganizations 'gate a masquerade .at
the Douglas'Park Auditorium..' They
were tfie Progressive' literature
Dramatic Society,' the, Northr Wesjt
Self Educatiohaldub and thi-Jewish.
Th&'catering, privileges were given
to Gilman. .He innhediatelyl- sent
down td tie, Boston Sfcore fpi" waJtr,
resses, "who had become "so accu's
t6medT;p being paid ppor wages that
they, were willing to Wprk for $1 4
night," whereas, tberunioni waitresses)
wanted $3. . . "
Miss Elizabeth 'MaVoney, business
agent of the Waitresses'' Union, pro
tested to Gihrtan. She reminded lim
that he had" always" played i'p union'
labor. She receivecTnpsatisf action.
Then she called' hp Mr,Siskm of
the Jewish LaborWdrkV He agreed
to help her and a&yise'd herto bring
20 union' waitresses down, tothe hall
the night of the dance; They arrived
there and the proposition w.as faarn
put up io Gilman., He refused ,io
listen to, it. Finally the uniongirls
were" driven from--' the hall by forcfe.
But thejorganfzatiptfs" went on'tith.
then" masquerade " v -
ALLEGED SHOPLIFTERS CAUGHT
A young 'girl known as .Mrs". Es
telle Kellar,. daughter of the' tRev.
David. Sayibr of Lawrenceburg, Ind.,
has ijeert arrested' togethervwith .Rob
ert Kelldr; 25, and'Jarry Shqup, 10,
charged"' with. hayjng' stolen ar $150,
gown frdmAbthsphild& Co.- " i
The pblice. claim that they fonn
more thau' $3;000 w.prth' of goods in
a room, at the Jfebashv Hotel where
the -girlfived -with KeUar. This-'goods
is" said 'tS 'havfe .been .identified fy
Marshall Field, & Co. Browning,
Kih'gf SJeget, Copp'er, and" John T.
.Sha'yne, Co. . - X
'The girl claim?i "sjie. as married
V-el&lar m Cotfngton,;-Kyr. T&e PT
lice dre Investigating to fcee if the
couple were really married.,
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U. S. AGENTAY -f2-HOCfe SHIFT
CREATES SLAVE CLASS
Washington; Jan. 2. The, "twelve
hour muT -shift with aTterhathle day
I, and nierht.worir everv two weeks, is
creating, class "but- little bfetter.than
, slaves, . "Basil M: t Manly,. a special
agehtpTUhe United Sates-Bureau of
Labpr.y. today , declared bfefore the
convention, 6f the American Associar'
-'TiseIaves;?tieisaid', fare worn
out.-ste'.tl'those whtf used to
;work.tin.'the. plantations of the :South
.and are. rripre effectually debarred
foni' 'the common pleasures' of life
than, inmates of, our penal institu
Manly advpcateA- JegisiatioA. jtp
force 'hianufa'cturersjCi cpntimious
industries to 'install thi-ee, eight-3iour
shifts Instead of. two," twelves,- claim
ing tliat the effieiency'.Of. ijje -organization
.js so improved- j&eight-bour
day has been found 'prdBtable in this
-jmilL : "
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GOT THAMES MXED
fii jts account, of the hold-up of H. Jl"
Engel, K;SpaUfding avvon Dec.
l'fli: TKfi DaSr Rro1r made ifc aniear as
though" Mr: Enel)as the erpetrat-
of lathertiftKe" victim ofthe hold-'
up. .Aortogiyy 'The; Day Bpokr
wisnes ia correct liseu.
U risettletf Weathfep with anpw flu r-
rles this afternoon- and. possibly to -
i nient: somewnar comer xomgni witn
lowest temperature" "aboufdegre.qs;
Saturday mostly cloudy; hrjsk south
west shifting to rib rth west winds.
Terhperature Thursday Highest,
31 J- lowest, 23