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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, March 15, 1913, NOON EDITION, Image 3

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women employes, eternallydiseraced
their own sex, wer,e not at that mee't-
Their eyes might have been open
ed. They might have awakened to
the fact tha't these women employes
'of theirs of whom they tallied in
terms of dollars and cents, .actually
were human beings, made of flesh
and blood, just like themselves if
some of these millionaires really are
flesh and blood
And they might have" come to real
ize that the time is really past when
any employer, no matter how many
millions he .has, can treat any em
ploye in terms of dollars and cents. .
It's a pity, too, that the members
of the O'Hara commission weren't at
that meeting: For if the day should
come, when the courage of any mem
ber of that commission should begin
to fade, it would have been renewed
by the memory of these women of
last night, the women with, the new.
hope and the new courage in their
tired faces.
Salem, III., March 14. The quiet
little town, of Salem resembles Paris
during the days of the commune, foj
lowing the arrest of Frank Sullens,
21, charged with attacking Dorothy
Holt, 14, daughter of Judge Charles
A mob of residents are storming
the county jail intent upon lynching
the prisoner. Governor Dunne has
sent three companies "of the Illinois
National Guard to preserve order.
The girl's condition is serious. J3he
says that while she was on her way
to a moving picture-theater last
night she was seized from behind by
Sullens and dragged a mile and a
half to a slaughter pe,n, where she
was assaulted and left unconscious.
Sullens admits waylaying the gir
and carrying her- to the "slaughter
pen, but denies the attack. He
iclaims another ;gaye him" $5 and a ,
quart of whisky ,togef ,the girl for
him, and that this, man was' guilty of
the attack.
. 0-40-
Ina Claire, star of "The Quaker
Girl," who was"-once .reported en
gaged to Vincent As'tor, .is a much-
mothered actress. Ina.'s mother still
thinks her daughter isMa baby, and
travels with her company wherever
it goes. The actress says her mother
won't let hergrow-up.

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