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are also going to send out a number
of speakers. The movies will also be
used in this campaign of industrial
"There has been opposition. We
have made many enemies. The Na
tional Manufacturers' lisstt doesn't
like us a little bit. Another partic
ular foe is the Nat'l Security-league
and the Navy league. They are not
in sympathy with our idea that all
preparedness should be paid for out
of the income and the inheritance
taxes. They don't like our demand
for a democratic army which will
give the private a chance to gradu
ate from the ranks."
In an interview with a Day Book
reporter Manly gave out the tenta
tive program of the committee:
Here are the ten things the com
mittee wants to do first:
Get the report published. '
Take the profits out of manufac
turing war munitions by making U.
S. government owners of such mu
nition plants. -
Have national expense paid out
from income and inheritance taxes.
Get congress to pass law prohibit
ing courts from declaring laws unconstitutional
Pass law for uniform selection of
juries, so workingmen will be as fair
ly represented as employing class.
Pass law prohibiting interstate
shipment of armed guards or war
munitions except when consigned to
Get act passed calling on federal
trade com'n and sec'y of labor, to pro
secute employers who exploit labor,
classing it as unfair competition.
Fight against repeal or relaxed en
forcement of good labor legislation.
Example, seamen's act
Keep grievances of unorganized
workers before public until conditions
are remedied. Example, Western
Union employes and Pullman work
ers. Keep public informed as to im
portant development affecting indus
BANDITS SHOT AS THEY BEG
ON KNEES FOR MERCY
El Paso, Tex., Jan. 19. Carran,za's
death order has thrown a 'chill of
horror into hearts of Mexican ban
dits. Public parade of corpses of
bandits to show fate of lawless has
driven outlaws farther into moun
tains. With reported .murder of two more
Americans near Torreon still uncon
firmed Carranza officials in Juarez
were confident that compaign of ex
termination would satisfactorily
avenge slaughter of 18 Americans
at Santa Ysabel.
Enrique Cisneros, Villista leader,
will be next to die. After he is shot
his corpse will be added to public dis
play of dead bodies of Jose Rodri
guez and Miguel Baca-Valles.
According to ' some witnesses of
executions of Rodriguez and Baca
Valles the bandits, irt horrified plead
ing on their knees, begged for their
lives. Rodriguez, once dashing lead
er of Villa's cavalry, was shot as he
crept on the ground.
Object of a great bandit hunt on
today in mountains of. Chihuahua
and Durango states was capture of
Carranza officials said they would
only be satisfied when they displayed
the bandit chief's bullet-riddled
corpse in public. A picked force of
fearless Carranza soldiers has been
charged with task of pursuing night
and day this sole object. Vflla was
last reported.to have taken refuge in
his old haunts among the Duraiigo
BITS OF NEWS
Osborn Monnett, former chief
smoke inspector for city, told City
club that Chicago will never,.be beau
tiful till smoke nuisance is abated.
Fred Dushek, 2948 S. Union av.,
threw brick through window of res
taurant because steak wasn't done.
2,000 women to serve as judges of
election this year.