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BLASTED LOVE HOPES
CAUSE TWO YOUNG
GIRLS TO SUICIDE
SHE WAS SOLD TO MAN
FOR A COOL HUNDRED;
TELLS AWFUL STORY.
THE DAY BOOK
N. D. Cochran,
Editor and Publisher.
500 South Peoria St.
An Adless Daily Newspaper,
Tel. Monroe 353.
By Mail, 50 Cents a Month.
VOL.3, NO. 160
Chicago, Monday, April 6, 1914
WAITRESSES MAY LAWFULLY PICKET
IF THEY ONLY PICKET LAWFULLY
Right of Boycott by Publication Upheld No Conspiracy
on Either Side m Henrici Case Bat Girls Are
Enjoined From Picketing Except
as "Herein Defined"
Mother may 1 go out to swim,
Yes, my darling daughter;
Hang your clothes on a hickory limb,
But don't go near the water.
That's the way the old poem runs.
.Judges McGoorty, WIndes and
Baldwin came across with their opin
ion on the legal battle between law
yers representing Henrici's restau
rant on one side and the waitresses'
and cooks' unions on the other. "
The lawyers for both sides will now
study the learned opinion and. do
their derndest to tell their clients just
what it means.
A hasty review of many pages of
opinion, authority, precedent and
words, sentences and phrases, make
it appear that the law permits peace
ful picketing; that the waitresses
committed no act of, violence, but
that they must not picket any more
less they do it at "herein defined."
Judges McGoorty and Windes sign
ed the same, saying that while he
didii't agree -with the other judges in
Lall their reasoning he did agree -with