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$6. Tou are only a girl, a weak, deli
cate thing, and therefore you must
work for $5 or $6, and then if you
don't have enough to live on some
man can help you out.' hat is what
we say to her just becausewe take
the employer's word for it and do not
H. Schneid, Socialist candidate for
alderman in the 19th -ward, addressed
the audience in Hebrew, and other
speakers in Lithuanian, Bohemian
THIS JUDGE DIDN'T HAVE A JOB
HE HAD A POSITION
It appears that one of the nice
things about holding a job as a su
perior court judge is that if you lay
off work the salary of $833.33 a
month vacation'included goes on
just the same.
Judge Henry Varnum Freeman
hasn't been inside a Cook county
court room for about two years, but
he has collected his $10,000 a year
from Cook county just the same.
And out of that $833.33 a month it
appears that he has not even been
paying for a substitute judge. Cook
county has been paying $10 a day to
an out-of-town judge to do Judge
The bar ass'n hinted it would be a
mice thing for Judge Freeman to re
sign, since he was in such ill health
he would scarcely be able to work
again. It is understood the judge
hinted it was none of the bar ass'n
, The judge has decided, however,
according to report, to pay from his
$833.33 a month salary the $10 a day
nvage which his substitute draws.
William Lorimer and 6 other in
dicted officials of La Salle St. Savings
bank pleaded not guilty before Fed
eral Judge Carpenter.
, Dr. H. H. Frysette of Chicago as
serts that the high steps of street
.cars are responsible for much lum1
bago and sciatic?
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LOVEL.V! -ear, wtty char, tor.
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Superior, Wis. Because being
American citizen nas not improvea
crops on his farm, John Anderson
asked court to take back his natural