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ls much time, money and energy im
proving conditions of the working
girls as they use in getting suffrage
they would bring some results to the
"They can do away with the red
light district by raising wages. Then
the girls will not be forced to sell
themselves to get enough to live on.
"Don't be afraid of their jails. Go
to them. But go four thousand
strong. The country will look at Chi
cago and ask what you have been
jailed for. The people will ask who
did it. We'll tell them it was Judge
Baldwin. They will ask why. We'll
tell them it was becau we struck
for better conditions.
"Tell Judge Baldwin that I am here
on the platform. Tell him to send
his dogs of war if he wants me. But
I'm going to give you this message:
" 'Don't violate the law. Don't
hurt anybody. But stick to it. If
you see some girl taking your job,
taking the bread from your mouth,
walk up to her an dtell her what she
is doing.' "
Waiter in Kanserhof hotel arrested
for grafting. Police withholding
name pending quiz.
CANADA GIVES YOUNG SONS TO HELP NAVY
.irst detachment of Canadian boys ever sent out of the dominion ta
reinforce the imperial navy. The boys, some wearing short trousers, were
photographed in front of the recruiting office of the Royal Naval Canadian
Volunteer Reserve in Toronto.