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employments in" which women' aTe
MORE efficient than men.
"I believeinthe payment of a LIV
ING wage to all men and women
the man's wage to be such as will
support himself, his wife and three
children, so that the children may re
main in school until the age of 16.
"I believe, child labormust be abso
"I believe in motherhood pensions
as the solution of the child-labor
"I believe home, work fqr women
and children must be forbidden, both
Mrs. J. Borden Harriman.
in the interests of the workers and
in the interests of the public.
"I believe in the establishment of a
national employment bureau, with
branches in ALL the states issuing a
national-DAILY job report, showing
where employment in the various in
dustries can be. had and which shall
be as widely published as the- daily
"I believe in unions for ALJL men
AND women-workers,- because no
class can be "trusted to be altdgether
fair in dealing with another class.
"I believe in woman suffrage. But
I think women should seek to gain
the vote by efficient work and the
demonstration of their fitness for it
rather than by promoting sex an
tagonism. "I believe that irregularity of em
ployment the slack season is a
great MORAL wrong which has GOT
to be righted!"
LANDIS AFTER LOAN SHARKS
Federal Judge Landis has started
out again after loan sharks.
He started yesterday when Edward
Fleming, a city fireman, told the court
he had borrowed $26; had paid $35
and that the loan agent still claimed
Max Weber, head of the City Credit
Co. and the Globe Mercantile Co., was
the man accused by Fleming. As a'
result of testimony brought out the
following companies will be investi
gated: The City Credit Co., Chicago
Discount Co., Park Loan Co., Allen &
Co., Tower & Co. and the Imperial
Weber is said to have turned over
Fleming's notes to S. C Kanter, an
HOYNE TAKES BANK CASE
State's Attorney Hoyne will have
charge of any investigation that is
made of the LaSalle Street Bank.
This was determined after a con
ference between Hoyne and Lucey.
Lorimer quit Southern Traction
Receiver appointed for firm of C.
B. .Munday of Litchfield, I1L
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BOAT SINKS TWO DROWNED
St. Louis, Mo., June 20. The river
steamer Majestic, one of the finest,
excursion steamers on the Missis
sippi, sank early today after hitting,
the' intake crib station at Chain of
Rocks, north of the city. It is be-t
lieved two members of the crew were'