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tacks on Englewood women. Kaboa
will be, given sanity test.
Michael Kommis, 524 N. May St.,
struck by Sulzberger & Son's auto
truck. Skull fractured.
Edward and Chartes..Barrett and
Arthur Friedman on triarfor murder
of Frank Witt.
Mrs. Mary Emmons given 60 days
in Bridewell for taking purse beling
ing to Miss Mabel White, 131 S. Pau
lina st. -
BUILDING INDUSTRY HAMPERED
BY BRICKMAKERS' STRIKE
About 100,000 building trades
workers are off the job in Chicago
because they have no . brick with
which to erect brick buildings.
The brickmakers' strike has tied
up the supply. A few teamsters tried
to haul non-union bricks yesterday,
but when pickets from the brickmak
ers' union explained to the teamsters
what was what' the teamsters quit
hauling. This was at Evanston yards.
The Building Trades' Council will
tonight elect a committee to bring
arbitration. A settlement is expected
in a day or two.
Most of the tie-up is on flat and
apartment buildings on the North
Side. The brickmakers' organization
alone has 6,000 idle men through the
strike, with only about 600 employed
The brickmakers' union demands
higher wages. Five cents an hour
more for common laborers and 2
cents per 100 for brick tossers is the
scale called for. If arbitration be
f ins it is believed they would compro
mise on this.
Some' sort of wage raise' will have
to come, however, or the city of Chi
cago will get no bricks with which
to make brick buildings.
A doctor asserts that heavy under
clothing causes red noses. It may be
that a lot of high tinted nose owners
have been sadly misjudged. Cleve-.
land Plain Dealer.
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The Women's Trade Union League
has established a free employment
bureau for women atrits New York,