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line," said Miss Abbott, "and they
need your help."
"I have heard nothing that has
changed my decision," said the
mayor. "The state board of arbitra
tion can take a hand. I cannot.
There is nothmg-I -mil do."
Thatended the session.
Striking clothing workers' tag day.
Listens as well as a lot of the char
ity tag days.
Let 'em have it!
Kuppenheimer, Lamm and their
bretheren would probably drop a slug
in the tag box.
They're long on slugs or slug
gers. The kin of the department bosses
don't have to walk on Chicago's busy
They ride in automobiles.
Hence the "osses can afford to
fight the a truck fender ordi
nance. In spite .he fact that said fen
ders would probably cut the "killed
by auto" deaths in half.
The man who invented "I should
worry" hit a lot of people right be
tween the eyes.
The unemployment situation in
Chicago this year will be made dou
bly bad because the clothing bosses
A striker is practically in the same
position as an unemployed.
What a great chance for the cloth
ing bosses to help solve the unem
Wouldn't a strike of all humane
police officers against brutal actions
on garment strikers bring a funny
Merely the common class lined up
against the bosses or higher-ups.
Somebody once said something
about "We'll hang together or we'll
When a man can't get a job to
earn an honest living
He becomes a slugger.
Trust Press is springing: "Do your
Christmas shopping early."
It's a great game.
The plea is: "Don't overwork the
shop girl the last week."
But they never mention anything
about buying up old stock to make
room for the new.
And we all fall for it.
The department stores are pretty
blamed sure to get a full day's work
out of the girls whether the busi
ness is on the rush or not.
WOULD MAKE RICH PAY COST
Washington, Nov. 18. "If the
poor man does the fighting, let the
rich man pay the bills," Representa
tive Keating of Colorado today told
Keating had requested a confer
ence solely for the purpose of sug
gesting his ideas on how the admin
istration should raise the funds re
quired for the national defense pro
gram. "The Democratic party has two al
ternatives before it," Keating said
later. "It can retrace its steps and
fall back on the old idea of increas
ing tariffs or it can reach out and
enter new fields."
PUSH CONSPORACY EXPOSE
New York, Nov. 18. Dr. Joseph
Goricar, former Austrian consul at
San Francisco, today concluded his
revelations to the government in the
investigation of alleged activities of
German and Austrian agents in this
country, and planned to go to Cleve
land to spend a few days with rela
tives. What new evidence the for
mer Austrian consul has given the
federal authorities in the past few
days has not yet been, disclosed.
Mrs. Gaither Drewry, aged 30, has
presented her husband with nine
children in eighteen months, five at
one time and four at another. Two
were girls who died, the remaining
seven are lusty-lunged, healthy boy&j
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