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of .evading hoof and mouth, disease,
Police searching ruins of Westwall
Man. Co., destroyed by fire, for
Dr. Lillian Scammon told Chicago
Medical society that U. S. meat in
spectors pass bad meat at stockyards.
Policewomen found Mrs. Jennie
Salvetti with 2 children in depot. Says
she ran away from cruel husband.
Mrs. John Loveday charges in bill
for divorce that husband loved her
but a day. Alleges desertion.
John Jeths, decorator, 2306 N.
Harding av., suicided. Gas. Reason
Police looking for Lillian Schu
macher, 15, 3216 N. California av.
MANY JOIN UNION OF CLOTHING
WORKERS HOLD MEETINGS
Shop meetings held by the Amal
gamated Clothing Workers at Hod
Carriers' hall, with tailors and cut
ters employed at Lamm & Co., Fred
Kaufman, J. L. Taylor, and H. M.
Marks resulted in many "of the work
ers joining the union.
Shop meetings are scheduled for
every night in the. week beginning'
April 19 and two very large mass
meetings will be held.
In a statement issued by Frank Ro
senblum of the Clothing Workers he
declares that the clothing workers
are now realizing that a strong
union is their only protection against
the abuses existing in the trade at the
present time. They demand the right
to organize, a living wage, fair treat
ment, the right to bargain collective
ly and the abolishing of the blacklist
ing'systems of the employers.
They don't want a strike, but if
there is no other way to get consid
eration and fair treatment they mean
to fight for what is just
London. A British military bands
man who suffered aphasia when bur
ied by a shell explosion at Ypres re
covered Ms memory by reading a
sheet of music placed on his bed.
GERMANY DISCLAIMS ITS LIA
BILITY TO U. S. A.
IcOJi CHE3TEB mPAswctr
v Leon C. Thrasher, the American
citizen, whose death on the British
steamer "Falaba" has called forth a
statement from Germany denying re
sponsibility for his death. The "Fa
laba" was destroyed by a German
SAYINGS OF A WISE PUP
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