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LABOR BEGINS FIGHT FOR THE
A campaign for the pardoning of
the officials of the Structural Iron
Workers, convicted of dynamiting,
was started yesterday"ty-.the Chicago
Federation of Labor. "
Frank M Ryan, president of the
iron workers, who was one of the
22 men convicted and who are await
ing action on the part of theSupreme.
Court, made an appeal to th'e federa
tion which was met with stirring ap
proval. After his appeal a resolution call
ing for the circulation of petitions
calling upon President Wilson to par
don the union men, went through
with a shout. The federation went
on record as confirming Ryan's belief
that the men were railroaded to pris
on by Federal Judge, Anderson and
District Attorney Miller of Indian
apolis. Ryan showed evidence that the
trial which was to bear the convicted
men from Indianapolis to the federal
prison at Fort Leavenworth was or
dered 40 days before the trial was
The Stereotypers' Union, No. 114,
which was formed during the news
paper strike after No. 4 had gone out
in sympathy with the locked-out
pressmen was recognized when a let
ter from the American Federation of
Labor showed that according to law
the Chicago federation should seat
No. 114's delegates.
A rousing vote of appreciation,
however, was given No. 4. It showed
the sentiment of the federatipn.
The labor body, upon motion of the
Bakers' Union, will try and get an
other ordinance abolishing basement
JUDGES DEFEAT WAITRESSES
Big Business won a victory today
when three judges McGoorty, Win
des and Baldwin hearing the Hen
rici injunction proceedings, decided
the waitresses did not have the right
to picket, even peacefully. - ;
THE IrtOVIM' MAN
By Jim Manee.
With a wagon like a boxcar.
This man is workin' -round-He'll
move your whole-blame house
hold To any part of town.
He'll take your kitchen gas range
And hist it to his. back, ;
The" movin'rman's the strongest man
,Ofjall, tnat is a- fac,'. v
P. S. "There ain't any more room
inside, Mike. Put it up on top."
I "" -ssaisBS
"Say, do you know I once hit John
L. Sullivan in the nose?"
"You must have had courage."
"No I had a beanshooter."
Greens of all sorts are excellent
food to eat this time of the year. And
among these do not forget spinach
and asparagus. A good vegetable
soup containing carrotsparsnips, po
tatoes and ' onion is healthful and
Unsettled weather "Monday and
Tuesday with showers; warmer.
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