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Majowski and Louis Feinblatt, were
accused in ' affidavits handed the
court by lawyers for the clothing
bosses. They were not sentenced by
Judge Smith, however. In fact, they
were discharged and turned -10036,
But Schweitzer will go to jail and sit
behind the bars and eat from tin
dishes and bethink himself why he
ever tried to fight the low wage scale
and shop conditions of the Kuppen
heimers and Rosenwalds. That is, if
Judge Smith has his decision upheld
in the higher courts.
"In no court, with living witnesses
testifying and subject to cross-examination,
has Schweitzer yet been
tried," said Richard Poulton, asso
ciate of Wm. A. Cunnea, counsel for
Amalgamater Clothing Workers.
"Schweitzer is charged with assaults,
intimidation, interference. He has
asked jury trial. No such trial has
yet been accorded him."
The injunction issued by Judge
Smith early in May, on petition of the
clothing manufacturers, is one of the
most drastic and sweeping ever
known in Chicago.
"It allows us to breathe, but that's
about all," was the comment of Sid
ney Hillman, president A. C. W. U.
PRINCE OF WALES TO MARRY
Paris, June 1. That Prince Ed
ward of Wales, heir apparent to the
British throne, is to marry Princess
Jolanda, the oldest daughter of King
Victor Emanuel of Italy and a girl of
rare beauty, was the report received
here today from Rome. It is rumor
ed announcement of the engagement
WILSON NOTE IS TO EXPLAIN
STAND ON MEXICO
Washington, June 1. A general
pronouncement of policy toward
Mexico will constitute the American
replv to Carranza's latest withdrawal
x lie administration will endeavor
to clear away misapprehensions
whfch it believes Carranza enter
tains. And, anew, it will try to show
him that its motives constitute io
menace to Mexico. Withdrawal res s
solely upon the ability of Carranza.
to take over the patrol work" or trie
final dispersal of bandits by the Americans.
75,000 FRESH GERMAN TROOPS
THROWN INTO VERDUN ACTION
Paris. Germans have thrown
more than 75,000 fresh troops into
action at Verdun since week ago.
Since February 1,000,000 Germans
have been in action at Verdun, ac
cording to war office figures. Of this
number it is estimated that about
300,000 have been killed or put out of
Berlin. French preparing to sur
render Hill 304, last of strongly for
tified heights remaining in their pos
session northwest of Verdun.
Several French position on sum
mit already have been evacuated.
From Haucort eastward to Meuse
German front is pressing steadily
southward in daily "nibbles" at
French line. French steadily falling
back upon the Charny line.
Paris. Complete repulse of Ger
mantattack on eastern slopes of Dead
Man's Hill. Germans bombarded all
French positions in Dead Man's re
gion with greatest violence through
London. Italian troops have evac
uated fortified town of Asiago before
WAITE TO DIE IN JULY
New York, June 1. Dr. Arthur
Warren Waite was today sentenced I
to die in the electric chair at "Sing j
Sing some time during the week be-i
ginning July 10.
Before the confessed murderer of
John E. Peck, Grand Rapids. Mich..
millionaire was .sentenced he thank- i
f th "ourt for the manner in which
his trial was conducted. -