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men in any city is for the purchasing
women to boycott the stores that
f mistreat their employes."
Mrs. Rose is a philanthropist by
s taste and hereditary tendency.
"Love of humanfty;-4pve of ani
mals, love of justice, kindness and
X mercy belong to my blood," con
' tinued Mrs. Rose.
"Mr. Rose and I keep a menagerie
1 at home chickens, pigeons, pheas-
ants and dogs. We both love cats,
but we can't keep them and the
chickens together, so we sacrifice the
"Every time I look at my pets and
- see how well cared for they are I feel
an urge to ge out and work for all
"I am an ardent member of the An-
- ti-Vivisection Society and the S. P.
C. A. is my spe'cial hobby.
"People will respect the cause of
humanity if they have the merits of
the work put squarely before, them.
All they need is education.
- "Sympathy is one of the hardest
'virtues to develop. It is hard to put
one's self into the place of another;
suffering doesn't seem so bad unless
we endure it ourselves. Another
stumbling block in the way of prog
ress' is the failure of people, women
Hn particular, to think of the social
hearing of their actions. Education
'is the only cure for this.
c "When women, through education,
learn the value of solidarity their
problems will be quickly solved."
i "Then your solution for the social
and economic evils is "
-EMPLOYERS' ASS'N. COME TO
1 AID OF CAFE BOSSES
- The Employers' Association, the
bosses' organization which achieved
Notoriety in the teamsters' strike, has
tome to the aid of the Restaurant
Keepers' Association in the fight to
keep the latter's employes from or
ganizing. i It is announced that hereafter the
two organizations will work together I
and the employers have lent the ser
vices of their attorney, Dudley Tay
lor, to the restaurant owners to pro
secute' the striking waitresses.
And the bosses have come to bat
with the sinister threat that the State
street merchants will be allied against
But the girls and the men involved
in the strike have been assured of the
support of the Chicago Federation of
Labor in their fight and they are go
ing ahead with their determination to
unionize the 35 non-union restau
rants. Marie Fehland and Mabel Warn-,
baugh were arrested while picketing
yesterday and were carried to the
FORMER TEACHER PULLS GUN
IN SCHOOL. BOARD ROOM
Mary McBride, a former school
teacher, enlivened a dull day in the
school board rooms yesterday by
drawing an automatic revolver and
waving it carelessly about the ' at
mosphere. She was disarmed by Capt. Charles
E. Gilbert, chief, clerk of the board,
after she had pointed the revolver at
When he tried to quiz the woman
she would give no information.
"I just wanted to have some pho
tographs taken with it. You under
stand," she said with a queer smile.
Gilbert took the cartridges from
the gun and handed the weapon back
to Miss McBride.
A few minutes later there was a
commotion in the corridor. Gilbert
ran out and beheld the woman hold
ing Attorney Albert Icely against the
wall at the point of the gun.
The woman is said to be suffering
from mental trouble. A brother has
promised to have her placed under
restraint and Icely' and Gilbert will
take no action.
"After his death an autopsy was
performed." Mrs. Malaprop How
swell! By which orchestra? Life.