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PRISONERS KICK ON JAIL FARE
Seventeen federal prisoners are on
hunger strike at the county jail They
say the food is unfit, the meat served
tainted and that they are overcharg
ed for things bought at the jail store.
"The coffee's like dishwater, the
stew you can smell a mile," said Geo.
E. Bailey, Harrison law prisoner.
"They charge 15 cents for a pack
age of tobacco with cigarette papers
and 20 cents for a pie," said Baron
Jacquez Mendoza, Mann law pris
oner. The complainants also say they
were moved to dark cells for protest
ing. Jailer Davies denies all charges.
"We serve the best jail meals in the.
country," he said. "There is no over
charge at the store. Tobacco costs 5
cents a sack. Prisoners can buy out
side if they wish."
August meeting of the Woman's,
Party of Cook County will be held in
Brauer's cafe, south pavilion, Lincoln
park, Friday, Aug. 6, at 2 o'clock.
Open-air meeting to be held under
the auspices of the 10th ward branch
of the Socialist pary this evening on,
the corner of Marshfield av. and 12th
st. Speakers for the evening will be.
Clarence A. Diehl, Morris Seskind and.
local speakers. - -a