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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 25, 1917, LAST EDITION, Image 6',
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ment without even being allowed to
Seidman says about 60 firms have
joined the movement to demand in
dividual agreements of the returning
strikers and that 900 union workers
According to Seidman, some of the
firms which as late as the day of the
calling off of the strike were sending
letters and even telegrams to strik
ers urging them to come back to
their jobs and who the day after the
strike was called off refused to let
the girls return without signing anti
union agreements are: Herman
Spivek & Co., 228 S. Market st.;
Mathew Ribback, 237 S. Market; C.
H. Lowenthal, 317 S.Market; Arthur
Wise & Co., 325 Adams; Applebaum
&. Stern, 324 S. Market These are
about the biggest of the 60 firms
which Seidman says have allied to
IF SALOONS ARE SHUT OWNERS
WONT LOSE PERMIT COIN
In case the president, the gover
nor or the mayor should decide that
saloons are hurting the conduct of
the war and should close them, the
saloonkeepers are not going to lose
the money paid for licenses for the
unexpired term. An ordinance to
provide that this be refunded wlil be
considered by the license committee
CITY CLUB ELECTS
City club of Chicago elected the
following officers: Frank I. Moulton,
pres.; Edgar A. Bancroft, vice pres.;
Roy S. Osgood, sec'y; Harold H.
Rockwell, treas.; Arthur B. Hall,
Herbert J. Friedman, Bradford Gill,
Paul Steinbrecher, George D. Webb,
dilrectors. Alfred L. Baker, George H.
Mead, Shelby M. Singleton are hold
. Qver directors.
London. Understood here that
, bread ration to the army will be re
duced on acfouxit of shortage in flour
and wheat. "
UNTIL DEATH DO US PART
David Hyams, 312 E. 47th, want
divorce from Ethel M. Hyams.
Mrs. Marion Bivins, 228 S. Robey,
said Dr. B. Wayne Bivins, 2257 Madi
son, deserted her August, 1912. Di
vorce. Norwood Ellerson told Judge Foell
that Mrs. Ovidia Ellerson said she
wouldn't live with him until his "ma"
is dead. Divorce.
Mrs. Lillian O. Swain, 5732 Mary
land av., got a divorce from Geo. F.
Swain, so he" could marry girl wno
is mother of his two children.
Harry Watkins, 5740 S, Sawyer av.,
left to join navy after he was freed
from Marie Watkins, whom he
charged with being unfaithful.
Jas. G. Tanner, real estate man,
sued by Edna Tanner. She says he
gets drunk quite frequently. She
also wants custody of two children.
John Kroepfl, 1937 Dayton, told
judge that Mrs. Margaretta Kroepfl
had admitted she married him for
money. He charged desertion. Di
vorce. Stanley Day was artistic. He liked
to decorate the face of Mrs. Violet;
H. Day with ham and eggs, served
hot Mrs. Day is not artistic. She
wishes a divorce.
Mrs. "Florence A. Powell Greer
Tanner, 1348 N. Clark, denied that
divorce from Geo. W. Tanner was her
seventh decree. "I was divorced only
four times," says she. "The other
three died." ,
Mrs. Beulah Blackstone divorced
from Clyde Blackstone. Charged in
fidelity. Named Mrs. Marcella Sulli
van. Helen Blackstone, 6, their child,
and J. W. Sullivan, 3052 E. 79th, the
woman's husband, substantiated
Mrs. Blackstone's story.
Hammond school board will retain
Mrs. Carrie P. Herndon as principal.
She believed in forcefully bathing