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mend Intolerance as a production T brought down behind the French
of merit and portraying certain con
lines by French warplanes.
ditions which this bpdy has sought to
DEPT STORE CLERKS HAVE
CHANCE TO MEET
On Friday evening, Jan.i.2, 8 p. m.,
the subject to be discussed at the
Washington Park Forum, 356 E.
, 51st, is, "Conditions of Department
Store Clerks." Their Inability to ele
vate their living conditions and
wages on account of the strong op
position to them has made their sit-.
uation in nmfly cases well nigh un
bearable. ', , '
To hold, a meeting under their own
auspices would undoubtedly result
disastrously to those who assumed
leadership, so, for this .reason, the
Washington Park Forum has thrown
open its floor for the discussion of
this most important question. All de
partment store -clerks are urged to
be present at this meeting In the hope
that avthorough airing or tneir condi
tions may be brought to light and a
line of action determined upon to
bring about an improvement
' o h
GOV'T EMPLOYES. TO MEET
. Government employes in Chicago
'who are not already, members pf a
labor union will hold a mass meeting
at 8 tonight at 901 Masonic Temple
to form an organization whose ob
ject will be the 'unionizing of every
. federal worker in fhe city.
p. S. Peabody, immigration In
spector for the port of San Francis
co, and a special organizer for the
A. F. of Uwili be at the meeting to
tell what has been done elsewhere
anu Wnai may uc auiuiuucu ueic.
HOW AN AIRSHIP LOOKS WHEN
Here is how a .flaming., airship f
iooks as it iaus xo uie .grouna. xne
picture was taken when a German
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