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MAN THREATENS LEADER W
An unidentified, Well-dressed parti
san of George Knab, Walter Powers,
B. F, Efting and qther employers
who pay unfair wSges entered the of
fice of the waitresses' uniqn and
threatened to attack Carrie Alexan
der, the union president.
The man chose an noqr when he
thought Mrs. Alexander alone. He
entered the office carefully and walk
ed directly to the woman. He de
manded her name.
The man's insolence offended Mrs.
Alexander. She asked who he was.
"None of your business," he snap
ped. "Let ma tell you I wouldp't haye
k aay of your waitresses around me."
,He became, abusive and when Mrs.
..Alexander asked him to leave he
lunged as though to strike. Richard
Miifdock, a union man, heard the ar
gument and entered the room at that
t tiale, but "the man fled.
x Waitresses report that Mrs. K. M.
Wright, wife of an undertaker at
2S5Q West Harrison street, is scab
bing against her sisters in a Knab's
restaurant at 26 East Adams street
Thi scaused a surprise, as Wright
has a prosperous undertaking busi
ness. Secret plans were outlined at an.
executive meeting of the teamsters'
join council last night They agreed
to support any movement of the
cooks, waitresses, bakers and waiters
who are on strike.
BITS OF NEWS
MaVy Siepnick thought she had. job
at restaurant, 51 ff W. Adams stv Ate
big-meal Arrested. Mrs, A.TKbmnick,
763 Milwaukee av., employment
agfot, held on girl's complaint .
Teuy Montona given one to ten
years for operating confidence game.
Mrs. Marion Wicksteadr1827 Lake
st, felled by hold-up man, Robbed of"
Weiss' clothing store, 2906 Archer
av., raided. Frank Parnoski, 22, 3538
S. Ashland av., arrested. i
MODEST. MOVIE GIRL FANCIES
APPEARING IN DISGUISE
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Helen Iindroth is dne of the sue- '
cessfuL young, women m the world
who does not make any noise about ,"'
tha fact. She just goes quietly along ;
doing ier Work without ever thinking ,
that she might bjow, ierpwn trumpet
ofcpraises u sh'ejiked. v s
Miss Lindreta is one Qf the Kalemc
players and cstt usually he found "
somewhere pretty 'near the Kapij
moying picture studios on West 32d
street in New York City. , 'i
Sometimes sfie pteys-girl parts ami,
plays them waif. And sometimes site j
plays a. dear old lady equaHy as wall.
She likes to see herself in & complete s