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IT" - I ri 'Grover Perry of the'I.4W, W., to day. 'A "We don't want "industrial peace," Perry contiriii'ed;' 'We shall not be satisfiedih, an in crease in wages .and '"& shorter working. day. We ijevdr' shall be satisfied until, we haye abolished the wage systeml' " . -'-" A big demonstration is slated for Sept. .14.;' Perry'says; .that 30,000 wripfcers willake'parjt, A mass meetuig'will' beheld in. In dependence,' Square., VWJmVl D. Haywood, Wm'. H..' Xaqtjn'an; of Chicago, -and Janes ;1M;aujer, state repre'sejitatiye froni',ead-. ing, will speak. , .)ttr5SnJ3J Firs African Lady--Have you ; ecu tiic.xvyt 4.0.1. vJLJ.lVA Second '..A. L Ves,; They' trnirtsr to" wear -"bier- Bead's, ar re IVparfc anrf , THE V AND R. IN OHip; v 'The "initia'tive" and "referendum amendment to; the Ohio constitu tion, adopted. Tuesday, becomes operative Oct. 1, 1912, Under this amendment- further, amendments are. easy of adoption jf .the people want thGji. '.. ', '''.' tf 10 per cent of the voters sign . a petition -proposing, n. amendment,- it. shair.be submitted to the jpeople at the next election.- If a majqriiy-oi.inpe vqu.qgrun uic pr.oposition.Yote favorably the amendment. s i adopted. ,' . '; . Tf 3pec cent sign a p.eji,tipn- pro- posing a iaw . jto inp .cgibiarurc and the.jlegislafure passes it, it becomes a If whject,tp the ref erendum. ' ."If " the ; legislature xlbesn't pass; the law or amend it, and .3 per. cent, petition ,in addi- inn tnifhA'hficrifint 3 reraent. thet law is submitted to the yoters and maq.eL.3r law uy a injifuvy-ui uiosc voting.; l- t ';'-','-'," ' Anytime within 90 days after the legislature has passed a law, six per cent can sign, a .petitiqn ; and have, a referendum; ,- If. a ma-r jority votes; against the law it is dead.- Laws for tax levies, ,apprpprfa,73. tions ipr state current expeqs.es and emergency laws for public. peace, health and safety,, go into -effect immediately if adopted by twp'thirds vote of the legislature. Initiative an,d referendum can't. be used to, pass laws classifying property fpr taxation or for sin,- gle tax on land or land Values.. rv3 Cqpies of all proposed laws or amendments to constitution, must &" ;?r . rr. ' i ;..." , .j1 smallerTiraqeiets pe mailed to voters. v f .,.. AS.