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200 MOULDERS AND HELPERS!
GO ON STRIKE
200 moulders and helpers em
ployed by the Griffin Car Wheel Co.,
working at the two company plants,
one in Kensington, the other at Sac
ramento and the N'western tracks,
went out on strike this morning.
They want a ten-hour day. They
charge the company with working
them 15 and 18 hours. The men
were recently organized.
New York. Lifesaving station at
Sandy Hook sent heat early today to
assistance of unidentified steamship
on rocks near wreck of U. S. trans
Washington. Mrs. Ceo. Bass,1
Chicago, selected for chairman of
permanent woman's bureau of De
mocratic nat'l committee.
SCHOOLS NEED $15,460,000
Budget committee of school board
finds $15,460,000 needed coming
year for public schools. Approval of
budget by board expected today.
HARK! WHO SPEAK5?
MUST GOL fa
THE MAN MOST
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UNION BEER WAGON DRIVERS
TO REFUSE TO DELIVER
BEER TO EITEL BROS.
Union beer wagon drivers today
announced that they would refuse to
deliver beer to Eitel Bros.' Bismarck
It was intimated today that Eitel
Bros, intend to try to get beer into
their restaurants by bringing it to
the front doors in, closed taxicabs
and rushing each keg through the
Not only may the beer decline to
flow, but the music may cease to play
and even the lights may go out, fcr
union musicians and union electri
cians declared today that they are
prepared to call a sympathetic strike
on the Bismarck eat sheps and dan
Officials of the waiters', cooks' and
bartenders' union said today that the
strjpe against Eitel Bros, was as
good as won, without even having to
call on the electricians or musicians
to their aid.
This strike, it is taken, means the
life or death of the restaurants work
ers' organization. The Hotel and
Restaurant ass'n has groomed the
Bismarck for a test of the union's
strength and is lending every aid in
an attempt to crush the spirit and
power of the union.
ARREST MORE WAITERS
Five more union men have been
arrested for picketing in front of the
Bismark hotel and Bismark gardens
where waiters, cooks and bartenders
are on strike in protest against the
mean pay and unsatisfactory condi
tions under which they have been
employed. All union pickets arrested
will demand a jury triaL
BOY FAILS AT HOLDUP
Boy, about 15, held up Mrs. A.(
Tzrazek, 1707 N. (Morgan, in front of
1824 Blair. When she resisted her
fired three shots, none of which too'fe.
effect, anfl fle