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VOL. 3, NO. 251
Chicago, Thursday, July 23, 1914
MISUSED KITCHEN GIRLS ARE UP
AGAINST IT IF THEY GO TO COURT
Says Elizqbeth Moloney In Testimony Befofe Federal
' Commission Says Waitresses Who Depend on .
Tips Also Play a Hard Game.
r '"Hotel and restaurant kitchen girls
misused by those over them go slow
about going into court and testify
ing. They lose their jobs and it costs
them $2 at an employment agency to
get another job."
Elizabeth Maloney of the wait
resses' union gave this opinion before
he federal industrial relations com
mission yesterday to show how hard
it is to make headway in organizing
kitchen help or getting protection for
c "The waitress-who-has to depend
on tips for her living has another
"She won't resent the remarks of
a man who is going to give her a
good tip," said Miss Maloney. "It's
hard for her to determine the line
of propriety. Our union wants stand
ard wages set so no girl will have
to depend on tips. There is always
dissatisfaction where the tipping
system prevails because some girls
don't get many tips.
"Chambermaids once were organ
ized in-Chicago. .But Dudley Taylor
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