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WILSON AND CLARK IN
WAR OVER THE CANAL
" LAST EDITION
ANOTHER WALLOP IS
TAKEN AT MUNICIPAL
' THE DAY BOOK
An Adless Daily Newspaper.
N. D. Cochran, ggggsafr Tel. Monroe 353.
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VOL.3, NO. 152
Chicago, Friday, March 27, 1914
WAITRESSES ARE ON EDGE ABOUT
COLLINS' UNFAIR ACTION
Charge Bosses With Violating Court Rule By Practically
Picketing Through the Newspapers Natalby
Strike May Have Important Bearing.
Indications are that the war of the
waitresses' union on Henrici's restau
rant will -break again in a few days.
At the headquarters of. the union
in the Crilly building today there
were girls - and women angry
at several. different twists the situa
tion has'taken lately. Among these
Manager William C. Collins of Hen
rici's spreading a fresh lot of adver
tisements in the newspapers,-which is
considered by the waitresses the
same thing as "picketing" in favor of
The. delay of the three judges, Mc
Goorty Baldwin and Windes, in ren
dering a decision in the injunction
A genera -estlessness among wait
resses over wages, hours" and working
Miss Elizabeth Maloney, secretary
of the waitresses' union, said today:
"The large advertisements Manager x
Collins is running in the Record-Herald
today, which have also appeared
in other daily papers the past three
days, are an open flagrantyiolation
of the understanding that was arrived
at between the contending parties in
the injunction litigation." 4 (