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ONE CENT--THE DAY BOOK -ONE CENT
TROUBLE OVER SETTLEMENT
OF MESSINGER. STRIKE
Friction has been aroused between
the Chicago Waiters' ass'n, A. P. of L.
union, and the Industrial Workers of
the World over the ending of the
Messinger lunchroo mstrike.
The L W. W. started the strike
Wednesday morning and the Waiters'
ass'n settled that afternoon and yes
terday signed an agreement by which
Messinger unlonided of of his 18
I. W. W. leaders say only one of
their strikers went bac kto work un
der Waiters' ass'n auspices. Waiters'
ass'n leaders say they offered to take
every Messinger striker into the fold,
but that their offer was refused.
Trouble at the Milwaukee av.
Messinger restaurant between L W.
W. strikers and union workers was
reported from L W. W. headquarters.
"SHAVETERIA"THE LATEST! ,
Here's the latest, men!
You don't tip anybody, you lose
no time and you don't have a chance
to go to sleep while a barber is cut
ting your hair or shaving your face.
it is the barberless barber shop
and was inaugurated in our windy
city today. The "shaveteria" is
equipped with razors (safeties and
regulars) and you simply shave
yourself and hand over a dime.
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LEARN FROM ENGLISH BOOKS
Archbishop Mundelein reported
last night that the three priests .he
assigned the task of translating for
eign language text books into -English
had finished their work. Next
fall, when the parochial schools open,
youngsters of every nationality will
learn from English study books.
Douglas Park Y. P. S. L. meets to
nJghtlG W, X2
BY JIM MANEE
You mashers who would ply your;
Within ol' Humboldt park
Had best be mighty careful when
You're out upon a lark.
The ladies have declared a war,
It's sure sad to relato.
So when youlre next inclined to
You'd better mash potatoes.
P. S. Instead of being under the"
wing of a charming lassie you are
liable to be under the wing of the
CHEESE IT! YOU FLIRTS!
Flirts in Humboldt park have"
aroused the ire of the ladies of the;
15th Ward Civic league and they
have made up their minds to get
busy. Hereafter when a fellow goes
to Humboldt park, spies a pretty
young lady and feels the. impulse to
get acquainted, he had better be care
fuL The said pretty young girl may
be an investigator for the league
Girl students of the Tuley high school
haye made complaints 6f the increase
ing number of flirts.
Debate: "Preparedness: Is it Right
or Is It Wrong?" United Presbyteriaa
church, Congress and Central Park
av., 8 tonight Affirmative, Ex-Sen
Wm. E. Mason; negative, Rev. FreiT)
A. Moore, West Side People's Forum.
10th Ward Socialists meet 1st and
3d Tuesdays of each -month, Work
ers' Inst, 920 S. Ashland blvd.
WEATHER0" FORECAST .
Partly cloudy and cooler Friday;
Saturday probably fair and contin
ued cool; moderate northeast winds