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GET IN LINE, FOLKSr EVERY LITTLE, BIT WILL
HELP STRIKERS WIN FAIR PLAY FIGHT
A. E. h. and Mother $ 2.00
Judge Joseph SabatrTv. 2.00
L. Dovetzky 1.00
H. D. Heyman 1.00
G. F. C 1.50
J.F.Coyne . ... 2.00
uustave Stache i.uo
Judge Jacob M. Hopkins
J. J. Achew
Ben Light 1.00
Total $ 29.50
Monday's contrbiutions . . . 299.00
Previously turned over to
strikers ". 275.75
Grand total $604.25
"Sympathy alone won't do now.
Quick held is needed. Let everybody
pitch in to help our brothers gain
victory. This trouble is and always
has been a question of power. It is
folish to expect mercy on the part
of capital. Arbitration doesn't help
the issue very much, as it only tem
porarily patches up fights between
capital and labor."
Thatis the letter Gustave Stache
sent In with his dollar contribution
to The Day Book Garment Strikers'
A good many others who have sent
financial help have expressed opin
ions that much agree with Stache.
Monday's total for the fund was
$299, including the $250 from Pran
ces Crane Lillie, which she Is giving
each week for five weeks. '
With his check for a dollar J. L.
wrote: "If all the readers of The
Day Book would contribute toward
this worthy cause there certainly
would be a large enough sum raised
to help them out of their diffilcul
ties." "The garment workers are a de
serving class," writes G. P. C. "They
should be better supported by mem
bers of all unions if they are to win
A little bit of financial help goes
a long way. The strikers have ex
penses, but are not drawing pay to
meet them. The tight-wad bosses are
backed by millions. They are in a
position to eat, ride in autos and have
a soft time of it Get behind the
strikers with your financial help.
Send contributions to Strike Fund
Editor, Day Book, 500 S. Peoria, Chi
COMPARES WORKING AND HIGH
Tn defending the reputations of
high school girls, recently attacked
on question of immorality, Dr. W. S.
Hall of the Northwestern university,
in addressing several thousand Uni
versity of Wisconsin men students at
Madison, made the sweeping state
ment that one out of every 200 fac
tory girls go wrong, while only one
out of every thousand Chicago high
school girls is guilty of clandestine
meetings and immorality.
"There is no truth in the state
ment that widespread immorality
prevails in Chicago high schools,"
Hall said, "and don't let any public
ity seeking politicians tell you that
many of our girls are unvirtuous.
"Only one out of every thousand
Chicago high school girls is guilty
of clandestine meetings and immor
ality and when you consider that
one out of every 200 factory girls
has gone wrong you can rest assured
that our high schools in Chicago are
pretty safe places to send