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DIVINE SARAH". RECOVERING
,u Mme. Sarah Barnhardt
Bordeaux, Feb. 23. Mme. Sarah
Bernhardt, whose right leg was am
putated at the knee yesterday, passed
a comfortable night, according to the
first bulletin issued by her physicians
today. Her condition was said to be
CLOTHING WORKERS ORGANIZE
The campaign to organize the un
organized workers in the clothing
trades in Chicago is under way.
Committees of District Council No. 6
were elected to arrange mass meet
ings to be held throughout the city
where the workers can be reached.
Organizers were appointed to carry
on the work systematically and the
future prospects for a permanent
clothing workers' union looks good.
The jurisdictional disputes be
tween the Uv G. W. of A. and the Tail
ors' Union is now definitely settled.
The U. G. W. of A. is an exclusive
overall workers' union and the tailors'
union will be known in the future as
the Amalgamated Clothing Workers'
Union of America. ,
WHERE ARE THE B. & 0. JOBS
A few weeks ago, when the B. &
O. raJroad was seeking to have an
ordinance passed by the city council
granting them the right to build a
new freight yard on the south side,
statements were given out by the
Union Terminal Co. that the passage
of this ordinance was the only thing
which delayed the terminal and that
20,000 men would be placed at work
immediately after its passage.
The ordinance was passed amid
much acclamation and yesterday two
gangs, of 100 men each, started to
work, one wrecking an old building,
the other digging the foundations of
some new freighthouses.
In an interview given out yesterday
by one of the officials of the New
Union Station Co., it was said that
2,000 men may be employed by the
middle of next summer and that the
payroll wouw be steadily increased
1 until 20,000 men would have jobs.