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LAST EDITION LAST' EDITION
TERRIBLE BLIZZARD HAS N. Y. AT ITS MERCY
CLAIMS CITY ATTYPADpED THE PAYROLL
WEEGHMAN NAMES FIVE NEW FEDERALS
THE DAY BOOK
An Adless Daily Newspaper.
N. D. Cochran, ggsagbg Tel. Monroe 353.
Editor and Publisher. Sllllgp Automatic 51-422,
500 South Peoria St, 398 By Mail, 50 Cents a Month.
VOL.3, NO. 131 Chicago, Tuesday, March 3, 1914
COPS SAY THEY ARE FORCED TO
ARREST WAITRESSES BY "ORDERS"
Several More Strikers Dragged Down to Station
Sergeant 'Phones; To HenricVs To Find Out
What Charge To Hold Them On.
The cops on duty ih front pf Hen
rici's were on the jofrtoday apparent
ly determined to continue in their "al
legiance to. the restaurant owners.
Hardly Jiad the striking girl wait
resses" begun picket duty before two
of them' were grabbed and hustled to
the Central- Station. The girls were
Isabella's mi th and Mabel Kramer.
When they arrived at the station
the desk sergeant asked: "What are
you going to book them for?"
"I dunno," replied-the cop who had
brought them in, "better call- up Heh
rici's and find1 but."
t Th.e' sergeant we4t to the 'tele-
phone. He got Henrici's, and then he
inquired their wishes as to the
charges the girls should" be booked
When he, hung up ;the -girls were
booked on double charges each, con
spiracy and disorderly conduct.
The girls were arrested by Officers
Wolfe and Kerker.
Leroy H. Durbin, 904 S. Campbell
av., was arrested because he didn't
move on fast enough to suit Sergt.
The .investigation by the city
coutfc'll committee on schools, fire
'ppUge nd civil service ftiyi) (hVWgii-!