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16,000 dARltfffeRS' YHREATEll
TO STRIKE APRIL 15
Unless the contractors come to
terms 16,000 carpenters will go on
strike April 15. If they do this will
swell the total of building trades
strikers to 35,000 unless the differ
ences of the other unions and the
contractors are settled meanwhile.
The protest of the carpenters is not
so much against the universal agree
ment as it is against the present wage
scale. They ask an immediate in
crease to be followed by increases' of
2y cents an hour in each of the next
two years. This the contractors are
unwilling to grant
Though the proposed universal
agreement has not been fought by
the carpenters as a unit so far, at
the same time another agreement has
been drawn which contractors have
been asked to sign. This agreement
is a modification of the proposed uni
versal agreement and is drawn along
the lines of the agreement under
which the carpenters are now work
ing, which, though similar in many
ways to the universal agreement,
permits greater liberty and indepen
dence for the working men.
"We will strike if we don't get our
raise," was the terse statement given
at headquarters of Chicago District
Council of Carpenters.
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SERMONS BY PASTORS
By Rev. S. J. Skevington, pastor
Belden Av. Baptist church.
"It is as the wdrd of a modern
John the Baptist speaking through
the press to aid in bringing the king
dom of God nearer realization. I
believe in Billy Sunday."
By Rev. James E. Walker, president
of comrtlitttee that started cam
paign to get Rev. Sunday here.
"It is a splendid thing The Day
Book is doing. I want to say, too,
that I have heard very favorable com
ment on the sermons and on the ac
tion of The Day Book hi making its
pages a pulpit for the Rev. Mr. Sun
day. It is going to help OUf commit
tee wonderfully in our work to gef
the evangeilBt to come to Chicago.
These printed senrions will arouse
Chicago and mako the people want to
hear the word from Mr. Sunday himself."
By Rev. William Chalrners Covert,
pastor First Presbyterian church.
"I am heartily in accord with the
plan. I may not like Rev. Billy Sun
day's methods, but the end counts for
more than the means."
MYSTERY IN GIRL'S DEATH
The police are puzzled over the
mysterious death of Evelyn Fuery,
21, 2740 N. Ashland, whose body was
found this morning in the factory
owned by Eugene Dletzen at 958
Fulierton av. Bruises oh the head led
to the belief that she had been mur
dered, Josephine Formilier, the dead
girl's chum, said that Miss Fuery was
still at the factory when she left last
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Seattle, Wash.--Mr, and Mrs. Ti W.
Prosch, Miss Lenora Denny and Mrs.
Harriet Poter Beechef killed when
auto went off bridge. Mrs: M6fg&h
J. Cafkeek, owner df auto, rescued
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