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Editorial Won roe 353,
VOL 4, NO. 116
Chicago, Friday, Fob. 12, 19T5
WOMEN PREPARE TO FIGHT STATE
ST. STORES BEFORE CITY COUNCIL
Esther Falkenstein to JLeadPight Against Mandel Bros
Ordinance to Permit Sub-basement Health.
Society to Point Out Danger to Employes'
Esther Falkenstein, noted settle
ment worker, will immediately start a
campaign among the various wom
en's organization against the' scheme
of Mandel Brothers to put over in the
city council an ordinance permitting
the big department stores to use subr
It was through Mrs. Falkenstein's
efforts that the Illinois Federation, of
Women's dubs has already con
demned sub-basements in depart
ment stores and the powerful support
of these federated clubs wiM be
hroitato the battle against the:
State fttnet store in $te.flfchtjr
on before-the bufldmg comaaktff
the city council.
At next week's meeting of the
building committee Mrs. Falkenstein,
and other prominent women "jriD.
speak against the efforts of Mgkjpr
Tohnan, attorney, for Mandel Boe.
and other State street stores. ,.
Coincident with the appeal of jSc.
del's to open their subbasement eape
the rumor to the city hall that h the
event of the Mandels supping it bf
in the council, other department
stores will build subbasements.
The Chicago Tuberculosis soetoty
Jte ateo reporta! to be wricayj l 4