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FEARLESS SLIP OF A GIRL IS
Cons-fane e Btinet:
' Constance Bennett shinning up the
85-foot " flagpole surmounting the
Equitable building tower, 420 feet
above street level.
Each class in the Fairmont (W.
Va.) high school is named for some
prominent citizen. The citizen thus
designated Is known as the class
JUDGES' RULING IS STILL A
PUZZLE TO WAITRESSES
What Judges McGoorty, Windes
and Baldwin mean by their injunc
tion issued yesterday may be made
clear tomorrow. Attorney Masters
for the Waitresses' Union and Attor
ney McEwen for the Restaurant
Keepers' Ass'n will come before
Judge McGoorty with decrees. Each
of the lawyers will put into writing
the things he wants to have per
mitted for his side.
Members of the' Waitresses' Union
and their sympathizers are still puz
zling over the injunction.
The language seems to show that
it is lawful to print the words, "Strike
on at Henrici's" and "Don't eat under
police protection" and "We want $8
for 6 days' work," but to speak these
words on picket is not lawful.
Why the court should say, "The
publications complained of are not il
legal and should not be enjoined," is
one of the puzzles. One theory is that
this was a loophole through which
the judges could make a slight show
ing faborable to labor. Another
theory is that an injunction against
the waitresses printing 'their side of
the strike would look bad while Hen
rici's has "the privilege of publishing
large advertisements in all the daily
MEN WHO ATTACKED PASTOR
ARE STILL AT LARGE
Denver, April 7. Though six de
tectives have been working on the
case, the identity of the six men who
didnapped the Rev. Otis Spurgeon of
Des Moines, la., from his room, beat
him and deported him SunHay night
because he had attacked a certain re
ligion, remains unsolved.
Dr. Spurgeon's condition Is said to
Ibe improved. He Is suffering from in
ternal injuries, a broken nose arid
bruises about the body.
Daughter always gets the best of it
at "home 'until she has a home of her
town.- - '