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ONE CENT-THE DAY BOOK -ONE CENT
PAPERS BOOST PREPAREDNESS
A feeler as to how Chicago would
accept a big preparedness parade
was set out by big business this
morning in the columns of the loop
papers. New York's parade' was re
ported a success. -In the next few
days the papers win attempt to stir
up Chicago's fiery spirit into boost
ing for a program of the entention of
the army and navy.
. The trust press take great delight
in suppressing the comments of
speakers who tell of America's effi
cientnavy, the second in the world,
and of the inside dope on the fight of
the mlunitions makers to bleed the
United States for war material con
tracts o o
FRENCHMAN PICKS BAD PLACE
TO MAKE ORATION
Meeting of peace patriots at Coli
seum broke into uproar when little
Frenchman in gaHery tossed bunch
of circulars into crowd calling on
United States to stop the war. Later
he was put out of the building for
interrupting, and when last noticed
he was in an unhealthy position,
being surrounded by a group of Ger
mans. Speakers of German and Irish na
tionality took turns at slamming
England and the American press.
The meeting was held under the
United Societies, who want to pre
vent a diplomatic break between the
United States and Germany.
GARMENT WORKERS TO QUIT
In spite of the injunctidn granted
the clothing bosses by Judge Smith,
several thousand clothing workers
will walk out before the end of the
day. The walk-out will continue un
jih the euttire 30,000 workers in the
clothing industry are out on strike.
Sidney Hilhnan, international
president, will handle the strike. Last
night he and Clarence Darrow, Wm.
Cunnea and Peter Sissman discussed
the fight on the injunction which will
be made tomorrow morning. The
union is determined to take the fight
Up to the supreme court if necessary,
Thos. Mott Osborne, New York's
prison reform warden, will lecture
"Life Within Prison Walls," for
Woman's City Club, Congress hotel,
15th ward Civic League May party,
2 to 5 p. m., Tues. airs. Brown, pres.
EL Equal Suffrage ass'n and Mrs.
Ida Darling, Engelke, city ward or-?
ganizer will speak.
13th ward branch, Woman's City
club will hear series of socialy
biene lectures by Dr. Lindsay Wyne
koop. First one Tues., 2 p. m., Gar
field Pk. refectory.
MAY RAISE PAY OF MUNICIPAL:
The judges of the municipal court
ara going after a pay boost To
night it is expected some alderman
will introduce an ordinance asking
that the judges be raised from $6,000
to $9,000 a year. If the raise is grant
ed only the judges elected in Novem
ber can take advantage of it as the
law says a judge can't have his pay
raised during his term of office. If itj
is passed there is expected to be. a
grand scramble to get on the slates
framed by the political bosses.
Showers Monday, probably fol
lowed by cooler in afternoon or
night; Tuesday partly cloudy and
cooler; fresh southerly shifting to.
westerly winds, i