as before. It's a fact when passing
Knab's restaurant, July 17, 1 saw that
the sidewalk was blocked with peo
ple, who were looking on that situa
tion, just like a burlesque. It was
impossible to pass- by. I saw two po
licemen at the doorway enjoying that
I wondered why the police did not
disperse the crowd, like they did be
fore. The answer is: The boss may
do everything, the slave nothing.
Who is to blame for it? We should
not blame those unreasonable, igno
rant police, but the man who is in
charge of them. He is to blame.
THAT HOME RULE FIGHT
London, July 2d. King George has
summoned conference of various
party leaders at Buckingham Palace
tomorrow and government coalition
forces are uneasy fearing concessions
are to be made to Ulster in home rule
fight. It is generally understood that
King George is extremely anxious for
an early peaceful solution of the Ul
ster problem and further pressure
from the throne toward the granting
of further concessions to Ulster is
MINERS MAKE REPLY
Washington, July 20. Asking
"constructive, remedial, federal legis
lation," attorneys for striking miners
in Colorado coal fields submitted brief
in reply to operators to the house
mining committee. The miners' at
torneys maintain that Judge North
cutt, chief attorney for the Rocke
feller interests, and his associates dis
torted evidence and legal decision in
their brief filed with the committee
some weeks ago.
The 5,000 icemen of Chicago will
give their annual picnic Thursday,
July 23, at Brand's Park, Belmont
and Elston avs.
No ice will be delivered after 9 a.
m. Wednesday, but every customer
will be notified in advance, so as to
cause no inconvenience.
The executive board has notified all
members to be present under penalty
and a big affair is promised.
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A WISE PUP I
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