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VOL.3, NO. 125 ChicagoTuesday, Feb. 24, 1914 ' ONE CENT
MOTHER AND TWO CHILDREN SUFFER
FOR THE SINS OF THE FATHER
In Order That His Wife and Babies Might Eat, Oscaf,
Schneider Stole Enough From His Employer to
Make His Pay a Living Wtige Now He'fTri
Prison and His Family Are To Be Dg?
' prived of Their U. 5. Living Rigfttt
For thft-sins of the father and husband, must th wife and. -chudren
ufferj'accprding; t6 the, "decision of duly accredited representatives of our
government ;at. Cincinnati, 0. ...
Tomorrow, the people of the United States, through these "duly ac
credited representatives,"' are going to put' atB'&gucTnbther and her two
little babies out of our country. We are going.to. orcler, or, deport her back
to her native land Belgium. i
And, the .reason this Mrs. Oscar" Schneidefand her 'eight-yearrOld
daughter, Simpne, and her three-year-old son, Albert oCUms&riati, O., are
going to be refused the xight to longer make th'eirhbifix the Cand of the
Free, is owing to nq fault of-thejr own. The man. 61 the family carries that
Blame , on his shoulders.
. Oscar Schneider is at present in the Kentucky penitentiary at Frank
fort. He ifif there because he triea" to 'solve the high cost of living problem
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