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I NOON EDITION
An Adless Daily Newspaper.
N. D. Cochran, gsgBSBj Tel. Monroe 353.
Editor and Publisher. cgjgjp: Automat'rc 51-422.
500 South Peoria SL 398 By Mail, 50 Cents a Month.
VOL. 3, NO. 119
Chicago, Tuesday, Feb. 17, 1914
DUNG GIRL STRIKER SHOWED
HER ABILITY TO "COME BACK"
Mabel Wambaugh, With Arm Wrenched and Hand
Swollen, After Arrest by Cops, Refuses To Give Up
. Picketing, In Strike To Organize Waitresses
and Cooks Says Girls Will Stick It
Out Until They Win.
. .. BY JOHN STREETMAN
If there Is a woman in ' Chicago
more "gape" than the one I saw yes
terday I would like to know who she
is. When I speak of a game woman,
I mean one with a purpose, ready to
fight for her cause, whatever it is,
and ready to stand up and take pun
ishment. I saw guch-a woman and talked
with her yesterday. It. was in the
Crilly Building on Dearborn, near
Monroe, up on the fourth floor in the
room where the headquarters of the
waitresses' union is located.
At the desk- sat a young woman
who looks at you from a steady eye
and rings answers to your questions
in a clear, rapid voice. She is known
to several hundred restaurant and
cafe workers as "Lizzie." Her real
name is Miss Elizabeth Maloney and
she is the secretary of the wait
I was looking for information, and
as there is no way toget informa
tion from Miss Maloney except by
asking for it, I said: "The manager
of Henrici's restaurant on Randolph
street, Mr. W. M. Collins, signs his
name to advertisements ill big type
running in all the newspapers o'f the
Chicago Publishers' Association, and
Collins says that none of the girls in
his restaurant belong to the union
and the picketing and the boycott
agitation is.all by outsiders who never