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AMERICAN WAGON INJURES OLD MAN
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THE DAY BOOK
An Adless Newspaper, Daily Except Sunday
VOL.5, NO. 5 Chicago, Saturday, October 2, 1915
POLICE LAND SMASHES
ON GIRLS AND WOMEN
Total of 305 Hauled to Jails Now Annie Weinstein
Shows Black and Blue Print of Cop's Hand on Her
Arm Atty. Cunnea Says Arrests Illegal, :'
Victims All Within ihe Law.
Up until noon today there had been
a total of 306 men, women and girls
.in the clothing strike thrown into po
lice wagons and hustled over into the
notorious, stinking jails of Chicago.
Two boy strikers, Joseph Goodman
and Charles P. Goldman, 16 years old,
were dragged into boys' court.
Three beautiful Jewish girls were
hauled before Judge La Buy in Des
plaines st. Annie Weinsteln of 1421
Hastings st. rolled up her sleeve.
, "Look at that," she. said. ,.
, Tier. were blagls and JjiiaTbctiaej
on her right arm, marxing where a
big brutal strong hand, clutched her
and arrested her.
Bessie Att of 1330 W. 13th st had
a swollen lip where the hand of a
Healey copper slapped her.
Fannie Goldberg of 2615 Haddon
st had not .got her hair straightened
out after the way it was pulled by a
cop who arrested her at Jackson and
One cop, the girls said, tore along
the sidewalk yelling:
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