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than they were when they were ge
ting 55 cents an hour. It is because
they are strong enough to compel
their employers to give them what
they should have been given years
ago, but were unable to get until they
wrested it by force.' It. is so with ev
ery organized branch of labor. It is
only the unorganized that must work
'or a "below-the-bread-line wage,"
and it is the unorganized, not the in
competent, who require a minimum
If the clerks on State street, the
workers in the sweatshop, and every
other class of underpaid labor, would
combine their strength into organiza
tion, the O'Hara welfare commission
would have no work to do, but so
long as that is not a condition it is
a cause for gratitude that a few pri
vate citizens are wide enough awake
to the injustice of industrial condi
tions to be willing to provide a fund
for the continuation of low-wage agitation.
WHAT FOOD KEEPS STAGE STARS SO YOUNG?
, she never finds them to suit her. This
HOW FLORENCE ROCKWELL
By Caroline Coe.
Invariably, Florence Rockwell, who
is now playing in "The Double
Cross," orders a dish of scrambled
eggs with toast for her breakfast
when on the road. Why shedoes
this no one can find out, because"with
tbe exception of theWaIdorf -Astoria,
recipe by whidh she cooks them
when she is at home was given to her -by
Oscar of the Waldorf-Astoria:
The yolks of two eggs, and the
whites of 3, 1 tablespoon of bufter, .
a cup of cream and half a teaspoon
of salt; put the mixture into a but
tered pan and stir quickly until it is
a soft, creamy mass. Serve with
strips of dry toast and slices of raw'
BEAT INSANE MAN TO DEATH?
Kankakee, III., Oct. 2. Two form
er attendants of the Kankakee state
hospital for the insane are under ar
rest and a third man is wanted in
connection with the, death of Carl G.
Hoist, 78, of Paxton, IlL
Six of the aged patient's ribs were
broken, and, according to the state's
attorney, William Wolfe, arrested on
a charge of murder, confessed that
he and two other attendants beat
Hoist because he refused to stay in
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HOBOES FOR GOOD ROADS
Detroit, Oct 2.-Jeff Davis, Cin
cinnati, president IntematJon Itiner
ant Workers' Union, better known as
the hoboes, was made a delegate to
the American RoadB Congress. Davis
officially offered his organization's
support to the good roads cause.- He,
arrived from Indianapolis by side-'
door Pullmans. j