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"Learning to Live" at Theosophical
meeting, 116 S. Michigan av., Sun.,
3:30 p. m.
SHOWING WAYS HILLMAN'S
iSome more light on the "way Hill
man's treat employes came yester
day when Henrietta Green, 761 N.
Dearborn av.", complained to The
Day Book. If what Mrs. Green says
is true, Hillman's hands its workers
Mrs. Green worked there three
months, she says, after she left Man
del's for Hillman's because the hours
were shorter there, although pay
was less. She was hired to teach
customershow to work fancy goods.
When a patron bought materials in
TTWmaVB she was entitled to- les
Last Wednesday evening- S. M.
Hitt, manager, called Mrs. Green to
his office, she says. He simply told
her she was fired.
She tells what followed like this:
. "I "aslied him why I was dis
charged. He said, 'None of your
business.' I told him it was my busi
ness and that he couldn't fire his
workers just as he pleased without
telling them why.
"He asked me for my time card
and I refused to give it to him until
he paid me, for I thought it was my
only protection against him.
"I called him ar dirty slave driver.
He answered that If I didn't give him
the time card he would have me ar
rested. Then he called a couple of
detectives. I dared-hlm to have me
arrested and told him I would tell all
nhntif fnnfHHrTiR in his nfrnrA if ht
A pie, Sun., 11 a. m. Subject: "Man's J did. I was not arrested and they
'"I- don't think Hillman's has the
right to fire employes in the middle
of the week without a bit of notice.
I think things are wrong where such
a system prevails."
ter Levere, negative. I Up till 1701 mirrors were made
Walter G. Greenleaf speaks on 1 with the reflecting side on the back.
Bellamy Lodge, 208, 1. A. M dance
tonight, Milda hall, 3138 S. Halsted.
Good music. Fine program arrange!
Miss Minnie E. Brooke, Md., repre
senting National Women's party,
will speak at Liberty hall, 8 tonight
Jim Larkin will be chairman. Musi
cal and dance afterward. Admission
free. Women especially invited.
34th ward Socialist branches hold
mass meeting,' 8 tonight, Herzel
school, Douglas blvd. and Lawndale
av. Speakers: Wm. A. Cunnea, Sey
mour Stedman, Wm. E. Rodriguez,
Morris Seskind, P. J. Stuchal, Dan'l
Regular meeting of Chicago Typo
graphical Union No. 16, Hodcaniers'
hall, Harrison and Green sts., Sun.,
2 p. m
Rev. Fred A. Moore will talk on
"Christian Education" at TJniversal
ist Church of the Redeemer, Robey
and Warren av., 10:45 a. m., Sun.
Special meeting and general
round-up, Municipal Knights of
vEquity, Sun., 2 p. m., 738 W. Madi
son. All employes Invited.
Debate: "Resolved, That Socialists
Should Vote for Pres. Wilson," Gar
rick theater, Sun., 2:30 p. m. Affir
mative, Dr. Henry Frank, New York;
negative, Arthur M. Lewis.
Mrs. Estelle Russell, director Gar
field Park Baptist, church choir, will
direct musical program, civic con
cert, Garfield park refectory, Sun., 2
p. m. Rev. Albert H. Gage "will
Dr. Alexander 4- Mclvor-Tyndall,
auspices International New Thought
Fellowship, hall 210, Masonic Tem
ple, Sun., 11 a. m. Subject: "Man's
Mental Awakening" Musical pro
gram. Society of Superites and Super
crats meets, Colonial hall, 20 W.
Randolph, Sun., 8 p. m. Debate:
"Might Is Right," with Sirfesser
Wilkesbarre, affirmative, and Ches-