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.. RESOLUTION FOR WAR IS PREPARED
THE DAY BOOK
' An Adless Newspaper, Daily Except Sunday
VOL. 6, NO. 152 Chicago, Tuesday, March 27, 1917 3
WOMEN WITH BABES IN
ARMS MOB OFFICER
IN FOOD RIOT
Nine Riot Calls Sent to West North Av. Station Three
. Mothers Arrested "We Must Feed Our
Children," Women Cry.
' "We MUST have food for our ba
bies!" "Look at their litltle drawn faces.
. Do you think we mothers are going
to stand for this? No! A hundred
"Why should we' allow the food
hogs to hold us up with their robbery
"Yelling and- holding their; -babies
high in the air for passers-by to look
upon, more than a dozen women
surged down on a meat market at
2063 W. Division st this morning.
They wore shawls-about their shoul
ders and scarfs over their heads.
Practically every woman in the fiery
crowd had a little child in her arms
or was pushing one along in a baby
.In this manner the Chicago mothi