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WOMEN'WORKERS WEAR THESE
BANNERS IN STRIKE APPEAL
"Don't Be a Scab!" is the appeal
women strikers are making to those
who would take their jobs in mills
and factories in New York during the
sympathetic "cessation of work"
which followed the street car walk
. out. i
The picture shows Miss 'Minnie
Tritelbaum of the Hat Trimmers
union wearing a shoulder banner.
TO TEST TRUTH OF BARROM
Instead of "Ten Nights in a Bar
Room," the title of this film is "One
Sunday Over a Chicago Bar Room."
A week ago last Sunday was a
fierce one for Saloonkeeper Stanley
Dziej, at 1322 W. Erie sL Affidavits
were filed "by Dziej yesterday before
Mayor Thompson's "saloon trial
board," headed by the mayor's sec
retary, Charlie Fitzmorris. These
are its main allegations:
Dziej and his wife and some visit
ors were sitting in their rooms over
the sal6on. These was no booze in
use by anybody.
Harry A. Keller and Thos. O'Hara
of the Chicago av. police station
knocked at the door and walked in.
They told Dziej to hand over $15 and
if he didn't they would call for the
wagon and have him reported for
violating the Sunday closing law.
One policeman stepped to the
phone. The price of $15 dropped to
$10. Still Dziej wouldn't come across
with any money.
During this dickering the patrol
wagon came 'once and went Djiej
ended his dickering with an offer of
$5. The policemen called the wagon
again. Whiskey and beer found in
the rooms were hauled away in the
The truth of these allegations will
be tested in proceedings before the
trial board. The two policemen have
been suspended and ordered to ap
pear before the trial board.
Records at the Chicago av. station
show -the patrol wagon was called to
Dziej's place on Sunday, Sept. 17,
sent away and then called again.
Stanley Prorok, a friend, of Dziej,
and others are ready to testify that
policemen arB steadily working a
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Municipal court judges decide to
open two new Small claims courtSt