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C. F. OF L. REFUSES TO PULL
HEARST OFF UNFAIR LIST
An attempt on the part of the
Hearst newspapers to slip something
over on the Chicago Federation of
Labor was given a very -severe jolt
Delegate Spencer, representing the
Newspaper Drivers' Union, got up
and offered a resolution to take the
Examiner and American off the un
fair list A roar of indignation swept
the room, and Secretary Nockels
coldly tabled the resolution.
Spencer explained that he present
ed the resolution because his union
demanded him to. He then revealed
the interesting information that two
business agents signed the resolu
tion because they were so ordered.
Who did the ordering he did not
This setback is very painful to
Hearst and Lawrence. They have
suffered much in circulation because
of the opposition of union men. And
in view of the "special labor edition"
they are trying to put over with the
friendly assistance of Simon O'Don
nell of the Building Trades Council
they had hoped to shake themselves
free of the "scab" appellation.
A SUFFRAGIST ROAST OF MRS.
New York, Aug. 4. "Mother
Goose was an appropriate character
for Mrs. Stuyvesant Fish to take at
her lavish costume ball which lasted
until daybreak, if it is true she gave
the ball as a 'protest against the wo
man suffrage movement.' She should
have named herself president of the
This was the reply tonight to the
declaration of Mrs. Fish that she gave
her spectacular Mother Goose and
fairy garden party at Newport as a
"protest against the eternal, tiresome
topic of sex and suffrage." Miss
Martha Klatschken, field agent for
the New York Suffrage party, an
swered Mrs. Fish's "protest."
"Mrs. Fish says she is tired of this
topic. Well, it is sheer laziness that
makes her tired," said Miss Klatsch
ken. "Mother Goose stories and
Mother Goose parties are all very
well, but some of us, you know, are
compelled to grow past the Mother
"Mrs. Fish never had to worry
about pure milk and pure food for
her babies. The tired East Side
mothers, however, do, and if they had
the ballot it would be different. Wo
men of that type, the Mrs. Fish type,
can get all they want with the
money that's been left to them."
AN ENDURANCE TEST
First Hunter Cheer up, Bill the
bear can't stay there much longer!
Second Hunter Cheer up your
self! I can't stay up here much
Ella Flagg Young says the race
would benefit if every woman would
teach school a while before becoming
a mother. But we think we hear the
mothers voting just the other way.
What is that which is single in
wedlock and double in widowhood?,
The letter O.