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satisfied; She gaVe testimony to that
effect, as did Tillie Steel, who once
belonged to the union.
Chas.JC Millhauser, private secre
tary to George Knab, the restaurant
owner, who recently signed with the
union, said that the union representa
tives threatened Knab with boycott
unless he signed.
John Vogelsang, president of the
Restaurant Keepers' Ass'n. who fol
lowed him on the stand admitted that
Knab was trying to-join the associa
tion, but had been tpld that he would
have to throw aside his contract with
the union first.
, Vogelsang coyly admitted "that
there was nothing in the by-laws of
tHe ' constitution of the association
that fbrbfd the .association from helping-a
member" that might be involved .
in a labor war," but he denied that
any .financial assistance had been,
Vogelsang also gave the names of
the other officers of the bosses in
addition to himself: WG. Collins,
Henrici's, vice president; Sam Cook,
secretary, and John Kunz, treas. Lee
Frank, E. Kimball, John P. Harding
and H. Grossman are directors.
Elizabeth Maloney told the history
of the strike.
FOUR AUTO-BANDITS, NABBED
Moline, III., March, 9. Four people,
believed to be auto bandits wanted in
several ,,parts of the country, were
nabbed in Davenport last night twen
ty minutes after a daring- hold-up on
out-of-the-way. grocery Store.
The party comprises three men and
a woman', said, to be:
Jim McKeeby, alias James Seals,
Chicago (chauffeur) ; Charles de
Wett, alias Charles Clifford, Chicago;
Joe Vton, St. Louis; Carrie Hart, alias
Rose Williams, Chicago.
The quartet are alleged to have
stolen the machine in Chicago March
3 and have been holding up country
stores and slipping out safely, all
along the way from Chicago to
HENR1CI EMPLOYES GIVE OUT
TESTIMONY FAVORING WORK
"I believe a girl can "pull through'
on 55 a "week. I am sure sne can on
$7." In this way -Margaret Bemis,
who says she gets' $25 a week as head
waitress at Henrici's, dismissed the
claims of her less fortunate sisters
for higher "wages.
The above assertion came out
- while Miss Bemis 'was a witness for
Henrici in the injunction proceedings
before Judges McGobrty, 'Baldwin
Miss Bemis gave valuable evidence
for her boss today. She .sketched in
rainbow colors what a near-paradise
Henrici's is or thegirl waitresses.
"Everyb'pdy. at Henrici's is perf ect
ly satisfied;" she said. She further
said that though some of the wait
resses only -got $5 a week'lrom Hen
rici's, the dear public kicked in with
enough tips .to raise the wages up to
$20 a week.
There are 14 of the $5 girls. They
work six hours a day. The $7 girls
work from 7 a. m. to 3 p. m. pne day
and from 10:30 a. m. to 8:15 p. m. the
next day. They get .much mbre tips
than the other girls, according to
She testified that at Manager, Col
lins request she got affidavits saying
they were perfectly satisfied from 53
girls. These affidavits were , turned
over to Attorney Willard McEwen.
She denied that the girls were threat
ened with discharge if they didn't
sign these affidavits.
She said that while four girls were
discharged- in the last six weeks it
was not because they belonged to the
union. She admitted she had heard
of Margaret Tanning and Mabel
.Ix-Wambaugh, two former Henrici wait
j&fifesses who are union girls. She de
nibd that out of their wages the girls
" "had. to pay the 'bus boys.
Itfts. Myrtle Pannemann, 418 Or
chard street, the mother of two chil
, dren, gets $3.50 a week for three
hours' work a day. She is perfectly i