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ONE CENT -THE DAY BOOK-ONE CENT
40 are on the scrap-heap.and cannot
get jobs. The free enlployment
agency looks at a man to see if he
has gray hair and if he has he gets
no work. I know. I have been there,
and I am just past 40."
George Du Wall, who just returned
from Mexico, warned men who would
make no protest against their condi
tion of unemployment today that in
a year from now with the prepared
ness policy they must be lined up
with guns thrust in their hands to
fight for their masters.
"You workers who think you are
educated are only educated that you
may read what your masters .put in
the newspapers for you to read," he
said. "You run your fingers under
their printed lies as a needle runs on
the record of a graphaphone."
William Thurston Brown declared
he believed the unemployed problem
could only be solved when workers
met together and studied sociology
in order to understand conditions
which they must battle and that in
dustrial workers of world must unite
to gain possession of things upon
which they depend for a living and
change the system so that industry is
controlled by those who work in the
Fred Isler, George Rogers and oth
er speakers advocated organization
of the unemployed. Another mass
meeting will be held soon.
RESIDENTS ON ILL. RIVER BANK
SEEK HIGHER GROUND
Peoria, III., Jan. 24. Hundreds fled
to higher ground before breaking
levees along Illinois river today.
Scores rescued in boats.
Sam Rudowski, 13, 3317 W. 12th,
hit by auto driven by Nick Navigato,
1P19 S. Halsted. Collar boue broken.
Painters of Local Union No. 194
asked to be present at special meet
ing, Wed. eve., Jan. 26, Division st
and Ashland av. Amendment to elec- $
tion laws of P. D. C. to be considered.
Eighteenth annual dance of Chi.
Mailers' union No. 2 at W. Chicago
club, 119 S. Throop st, Jan. 26, 8
AUSTRIANS MOVING TO CUT OFF
Rome. Austrian troops, having
occupied Montenegrin seaport of Dul-
cigno, are moving eastward to cut off
Montenegrin's retreat to Adriatiq
If Montenegrins escape Austrian"
net and reach Adriatic they will be
transported to island of Corfu. Serbs
in Albania are being loaded upon
troop ships for Corfu. Within fort
night only Italian expeditionary
forces in Albania will dispute posses
sion of Eastern Adriatic coast with
Hackensack, N. J. Himself chilled
and fevered, wife with tonsilitis, kids
with whooping cough, furnace out
and 300 parishioners having grip,
Pastor Von Schilder preached on the
text "As Grip Grips All Hackensack,
So God Grips the World."
Halifax, N. S. British munition
shin Pollentia gone to bottom 700;
miles off Cape Race. Crew saved.
Mishawaka, Ind. Fire destroyed Q)
Mishawaka Trust and Savings bldg.
Partly cloudy with continued mild
temperature Monday; Tuesday prob
ably rain, followed by colder; fresh
southerly winds, probably increasing
by Tuesday. ,