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ONE CENT-THE DAY BOOK -ONE CENT
HARVESTER EMPLOYES WHO
WENT BACK STRIKE A'GAIN
Employes of the International Har
vester slipped one over on the com
pany yesterday. Late in the after
noon a crowd of men who had re
turned to work came from the gates.
When the police asked them what
was the matter they said they de
cided to strike again. Less than one
thousand of the 6,000 employes are
now at work.' The company con
tinues its starve-out policy and many
of the laborers have obtained better
jobs and better wages. Also the ad
vertising campaign in the loop press
ALL EMPLOYES IN MESSINGER
LUNCH ROOMS ON STRIKE
Messinger's lunch rooms were tied
up today by a general ostrike of its
employes which included not only
the cooks, waiters and counter men,
but also the dishwashers and por
ters. At 17 of the 18 Messinger restaur
ants, the strike was called when the
day shift came on this morning to
relieve the night shift.
THREE FROM TUBERCULOSIS
Turmoil in administration of the
affairs of municipal tuberculosis san
itarium has caused three members
of its medical staff of 11 to resign.
Another will quit- ?j
Those who nave showed their dis
gust at Mayor Thompson's way of
running the sanitarium are Drs. M.
T. Marshak, Francis Callahan and
A. C. Compton. All immediately se
cured positions in other of America's
noted tuberculosis sanitariums.
Dr. R. G. Allison will leave the staff
in a few days to become sup't of a
St. Paul, Minn., sanitarium.
MAY DRAG MORE CITY HALLi
MEN INTO THIS PROBE .
It is probable that other City Hall
men will be hooked in the investiga
tion that caused the suspension of
Louis Piquett, chief clerk in the
office of City Prosecutor Harry B.
Miller,. Piquett is charged with,
using his "pull" to square a case in
the morals court.
Piquett's trouble is the result of
the 21st ward vice scandal, which re
sulted in the indictment, of Francis
Becker and Spike Hennessy. Paul
Shoop, involved in that case, is said
to have told Maj Clinnin, special
ass't corporation counsel, that Isa
dore Rosen, who turned state's evi
dence in the Becker-Hennessy case,
through Piquett had a woman ar
rested in a raid, fined only $15 in the
morals court, while another woman
in the same case was fined $100.
Gerald Barry and Ernest Lyons,
ass't city prosecutors, who have had
charge of the morals court cases',
denied any knowledge of the alleged
London. Large German squad
ron, accompanied by several subma
rines, has been sighted in North sea
by Norwegian vesseL Germans halt
ed Norwegian steamer and examined
London. American Consul Frost
at .Queenstown today wired confir
mation of press reports that White
Star liner Cymric, torpedoed Mon-jJ
day afternoon with lose of five lives,
was attacked without warning.
Showers and warmer Wednesday.,
Thursday fair and much cooler;
strong southerly shifting to north- 1
west winds, probably reaching gale