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THE KIND OF TREATMENT YOU
GET ALL DEPENDS
The restaurant Keepers' trust has
opened an employment agency at 56
W. Washington st. A reporter for
The Day Book had an interesting
time there today.
The place is called "The Chicago
Association of Food Exchanges." A
union cook went up for a job first to
see if it were true that it was a strike
A man named H. F. Marquis, who
runs the joint, came but smiling and
rubbing his hands. The cook asked
for a job.
"Ah, yes," smiled Marquis, "sit
right down!" They discussed pre
"And now I'll take your name?"
asked Marquis. It was given.
"Where have you worked?"
"Thompson's, Until a month ago!"
replied the cook.
"Ah, you're a union man!" ex
claimed Marquis, darkly. The charge
was admitted. Marquis became
chilled, and said there were no jobs
The Day Book Teporter .followed
the cook. George Knab saw the re
porter and made a quick dash for
Marquis. There was a whispered
consultation and Marquis came out
to meet the reporter, smiling very
He explained the purposes of the
employment bureau. They were not
charging for jobs, he said, and he also
admitted he had notified all mem
bers of the association not to do any
more hiring themselves, but to send
all applicants for work to him.
"Do you discriminate against union
workers?" asked the reporter.
"Oh, my, no!" replied Marauis.
You see" but it was too much for
the reporter, who had fled.
DISAGREE IN HOE LOVE CASE
New York, June 4. Disagreement
in the $225,000 breach of promise suit
of Miss Mae Sullivan against Million
aire Arthur I. Hoe today ended a jury
vigil on the sensational case, which
lasted since 12:45 o'clock yesterday.
There will be a new trial.
After wrangling until 3 o'clock this
morning over the merits of the story
of betrayal told by Miss Sullivan, the
jurymen found themselves hopelessly
"Eight, it was saI3, believed that
Hoe used his wealth and position to
impress the girl to her ruin, four be
lieved her an adventuress who guile
fully squeezed out of the heir of the
famous printer more than $50,000 he
admitted having spent on her.
One of the jurors admitted, after
they had been discharged by Justice
Gavagan at 10:35 o'clock today, that
at" one time the jury stood nine to
three for the girl.
BRICKS START TO MOVE
Brick, handled by union men, be
gan moving this morning. The em
ployes are very gleeful. By the set
tlement of the strike it will be possi
ble to move 177,000,000 brick by the
end of the week.
William Schlake, head of the nii
nois Brick Co., says the action
averted the "worst industrial war" in
history, whic hwould have come next
year, had the union men won this.
The strike vote on 98 railroads, on
which members of the Brotherhood
of Locomotive Engineers and the
firemen are employed, is still going
on. The result will be unknown for
GRANTED NEW TRIALS
Richard Houlihan, Chicago, and
Olaf A. Tveitmoe, San 'Francisco,
granted new trials by United States
Circuit Court of Appeals. Unless
government can get new evidence it
is believed neither will be tried again.
Whether it's in th'e Baltimore plat
form or not, Woodrow Wilson willl
have to meet the Question of exemp
tion- of labor unions 'from' the, anti- Were convicled with 24 others for al-
trust law's operation. l lleged dynamite" conspiracy,