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Oak Forest Headed list of applicants
Mrs. John B. Brown wants divorce
because hubby spanked her with
Prince Muenster of Nuremberg
visited stockyardsl - -
Mrs. Christina Benson awarded
$50,000 for alienation of hubby's af
fections by Miss Mary W. C. Nelson.
City council to meet in special ses
sion to arrange for attending funeral
of Fire Marshal Charles F. Seyferlich.
Prohibitionists preparing for may
oralty campaign. Believe liquor traf
fic will be issue of next election.
Att'y Gen. Lucey advises candi
dates defeated by women vote to file
action now. Unconstitutionality of
act would automatically seat them.
Believes Supreme Court will declare
Miss Jane Karienska, 18, Pitts
burgh, arrested at Union passenger
station. Walter Maleski, uncle of girl,
also held. Policewomen suspect girl
was lured here for immoral purposes.
Emeline Bardeleben, 16, 5648 Em
erald av., adopted stray dog. Owner
claimed it. Took poison. Will recover.
Will of John N. Faithorn filed.
$117,500 estate goes to son and
A. S. Macgregof to arr,ive from
Washington Monday. Will look for
s,ite for new federal post office.
Mrs. Pasqualina Forte arid 19-year-old
daughter Erna to be placed on
trial May 11 for murder of Antonio
Jonah B. Martin arrested in Bos
ton. Wanted here for passing $730
check on Mid-City Trust and Savings
JUDGES RULING IS STILL A
Judge McGoorty again spoke mys
terious, entangled words yesterday
relative to the injunction restraining
the striking waitresses from picket
ing which was granted by him and his J
associates, Judges Windes and Bald
The matter came hefore him again
yesterday when Attorney Willard Mc
Ewen objected to posters which ap
peared on the streets yesterday on
which was printed: "Henrici injunc
tion. Waitresses on strike for a liv
ing wage are enjoined from picketing.
The injunction issued by Judges Mc
Goorty, Windes and Baldwin."
Judge McGoorty said that the girls
had not been enjoined from "peace
ful picketing," but there could be no
coercion or intimidation whatever
about the picketing.
Just what he did rule is still very
vague. The girls can picket peace
fully on Randolph street, but, accord
ing to the judges, they also can't
picket peacefully on Randolph street.
The matter will rest that way for
the time being.
Cards informing the public that
there was "Strike On at Henrici's. '
Don't eat under police protection!
We want $8 for six days' work. The
order of Judges McGoorty, Windes
and Baldwin permits the waitresses
to. print these words. We can't speak
them. What of it?" were distributed
by the girls yesterday.
John R. Thompson signed a year's
agreement with the Waitresses',
Cooks' and Bakers' Unions and will
employ no non-union help.
Thompson has also engaged Julius
Wigand, the cook whose pastry goods
were the chief stock in trade of Hen
rici's but who walked out of there
when the strike was "called.
About 200 bakery bosses have
signed with the Bakers' Union and
no further trouble is expected this
EMPLOYERS TO ORGANIZE TO
Cleveland, April 10.-r-Organization
of all employers of labor in Ohio into
an active practical federation to'com
bat organized labor is announced
purpose of meeting to be held Satur
day. Business men and manufactur
ers from all parts of the state wiH