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LAST EDIJION LAST EDITION
EX-GUNMAN TELLS WADDELL-MAHON TACTICS
ANOTffER CONCERN FOLLOWS FORD'S "
LEAD BY GIVING EMPLOYES DOUBLE PAY
An Adless Daily Newsvaver.
N. D, Cochran, ss Tel. Monroe 353.
Editor, and Publisher: Automatic .51-422.
500 South Peoria St .398 By Mail,. 50 Cents a Month.
VOL. 3, NO. 97 Chicago, Thursday, Jan.22, 1914 ONE. CENT
BOLD TROTH OF SOME DEPARTMENT
TORE WAYS COMES TO LIGHT
'Like All Interesting Stories, It Concerns a Man, a G(r
and a Job The r Job s; Gone The-Girl Is the'
. 'Qoai?! and the Man ils Still In Position to
j- Ply H is Insulting Ways on Other Girls.
The stories-qF floorwalkers in department; stores who insult' and attempt
to , seduce salesgirls haye, come to-be, Rooked upon, as fairy-tales.
TJbe shopkeepers, before the-O'Hara "Welfare Conuriissionridicuied the
idea ;Frepostexousi absurd, ja. figment of the imagination. The-very idea!
,Yet"the stories are f bunded on. fact, and one of these creatures is in. the
.employ of the Boston Store.
' ' The" name, of the .girl in the case jwill not be made public. It 'v? ould not
4hterres.tthe reader and the Boston Store does not -need to be told. Mangold,
the superintendent, is' very familiar with. $U the facts in the cas"e, and as a
result the girl was" discharged and the man kept in their employ.
His. name is typical of his character. It "is, Wolf. Jqt Mister just
This .girl went to work in the wolfs department. . The first, day Q her
employ "there he made avattces'ta her, spQke to her in & manner that