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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, September 14, 1912, Image 8

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Boston,. Sept. 14. Although
he stands indicted in connection
with the textile strike at Law
rence, Wm. D. Haywood today
will head ,the great demonstra
tion of Industrial Workers of the
World in protest against 'the im
prisonment of Joe Ettor and Ar
turo Giovannitti.
Eight thousand textile workers
from all over the state will march
in today's parade. Haywood's
Boston friends have arranged for
bail should he be arrested.
Philadelphia, Sept, 14. Direc
tor of Public Safety Porter is pre
paring to use the police against
the meeting of protest of the I.
W. W. today.
The I. W. W. called a meeting
in Independence -Square several
days ago as 'a protes.tr against the
imprisonment of Ettor an.dj Giov
annitti at Lawrence Portef for
bade such a meeting.- The I. W.
,W. said the meeting would be
held anyhow-
Secretary Fletcher of the I. W.
iW- says no resistance will be
made to the police, but that if the
meeting be broken up, a meeting
of protest will be heltf in a neigh
boring church. .
New York, Sept 14. Thou
sands of laboring men joined in
the great Ettor and Giovannitti
demonstration here today.
There were two parades, one
uptown and one downtown.. They
wjll meet at Union Square, where
speeches will be made by labor
Rome, Sept. 14. The Italian
Chamber of Labor ,whjch regre-1
sents the entire laboring class of.
ithe country, is circulating hun
dreds of thousands of booklets
containing a full history of the
Ettor and Giovannitti case, to
day. The treatment handed out to
Ettor apd Giovannitti by the
American authorities te roundly
condemned The messengers dis
tributing the pamphlet and.
there are thousands of them
have been ordered to stir up the
people, 'and get them to' insist that
the Italian government take in
ternational action.
, The pressure on the govern
ment already Is so strong, that it
lis almost ter.Jain.jf will have to
lyield to the popular will. Noth
ing is likely fo be done, however,
until parliament meets in Novem
Tones was rushing to catch the
nine-fifty when he met a porter?"
coming out of the station with a
sfliart little terrier under his arm.
Hello," said Tones, who likesn
dogs, "and where is this fine littleu
fellow bound for? j
The porter scowled at him sav- j
agely. v
You don t know where's he a-q
n' " he said sullenly. "I dunno-
where he's goin', nobody don't
know where he's a-goin'.. He'sv
bin an' ate his label."
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Butter may be kept cool in hot
weather by filling a 'basin with a
cold water end. putting the butter
on a pjate-on the top, of the. basin.

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