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N. D. Cochran.
Editor and Publisher.
500 South' Peoria St.
An Adless Daily Newspaper,
Tel. Monroe 353.
By Mail, 50 Cents a Month.
VOL. 3, NO. 111 Chicago, Saturday, Feb. 7, 1914 ONE CENT
KE WHOLESALE ARREST
Big Possibility of Strike Completely Crippling Restau
rant Keepers' Ass'n Chicago and Illinois Federa
' . tiohs of Labor Stand Firm Behind Striking
Restaurant Employes Any Weakening
So Far Is On Employers' Side,
As the strike against the Henrici
restaurant at 71 W. Randolph street
progresses the value of organization
among workers is strongly impressed.
The men and -women who caused
the strike as a protest-against the
unfair attitude of the loop restaurant
trust are being backed to the limit
by the . Chicago Federation of Labor
and the Illinois Federation of Labor.
President John. Fitzpatrick and
Secretary, Edward Nockels of the
former organization and President
John H. Walker have given their per
sonal attention and will carry, the
The strike is a justification of or
ganization. And it shows how much
one union needs the other. In this
present trouble the chances of union
labor to score a complete victory
loom brighter each day.
The Restaurant Keepers' Associa
tion is growing desperate at the pos
sibility of the strike completely crip
pling them, owing to the combined'
efforts of the cooks, waitresses, bak
ers and confectioners, teamsters,
milk wagon drivers and the workers
in the brewing industries.
And each of these organizations
are fighting because they realize that
each other union's fight is their fight.
And the bosses are showing their