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MAY BE A GENERAL.STRIKE ON
There will probably be a general
strike on Natalby's restaurant called
within the next few-days. Last night
the Waitresses' Unieh heard the
grievances of the girls-who walked
out of Natalby's.
The Natalby girls -told the Wait
resses' Union their complaint against
the food' served them and the $7 a
week wages paid therh. The girls'
chief kick on the food was because
they were only given hamburger all
the time. ' .
"We are. getting ready to take
action," said Elizabeth'Maloney, busi
ness agent of the union. "But .we
would like to wait until the Henrici
. o o- !,
"So your father is apoliceman. Is
he on the day or night .force?"
"Well, he was de night force, but
his beat was on a car line and de
cars made so much noise dat he
couldn't get any sleep."
Girls, have your fling before mar
riage, advises woman -writer. -That
sounds like the essence of equal
By Jim Manee.
He dobs away from morn 'till night,
A paintin' this and that. ,
U 4 u:
tic gcLa paint, un Hid LiuuaciOi
His face and coat and hat.
Supposin' you live in a house N fl
That s colored green a fright;
Why, with a swish and swash and
The painter makes it' white'.
.P. S. "Say, Fred, it's putty near
time to quit."
BUILDING TRADES COUNCIL TO
TRY TO SETTLE STRIKE
The Building Trades Council last
night laid plans for an attempt to set
tle the brickmakers' strike. ' The en-
tire strength of the council,, which,
has an affiliated membership of 80,--000,
will be brought to bear on the
, The brickmakers "have been strik
ing for a week now for an increase
of five cents an hour, a demand'
which the brick trust has totally
In the past week the strikers have
been able to tie up nearly ' all the
brickyards completely. The bosses
are now resorting to strikebreakers
and the police.
Tommy Pop, . what makes the
moon get full?
Tommy's Pop Rushing the dip
per, I suppose, my son.
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, TODAY'S HEALTHOGRAM
For a person suffering- with an in
ternal hemorrhage follow this plan m
the ordinary case: First, have the
patient lie flat Apply coldiwater over
the organ where the bleedingsfe lo
cated. Then put hot bricks to the
feet Do not give any stimulants.
Cloudy Saturday and Sunday: little
change in temperature.