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another investigator arrives with the
"rehabilitation germ" and she dis covers the place isn't fit for Mrs. Jones and the family to dwell in. They must have another room at least; they must have more light and more air. Couldn't Mrs. Jones afford to pay a little more rent? Surely, she could get some work on the days when she wasn't employed at the Mary Crane Nursery and make the little extra money. She mustn't live in a place like that." And so it goes. Cute little game, isn't it? But, unfortunately the vic tims of poverty are never in a play ful mood. It is only the idle rich who finds amusement in games. The funniest part of the whole thing is that the U. C. doesn't see anything funny about either rehab ilitation or her sister visualization. MACHINISTS SCORE GOODMAN PLANT IN RESOLUTION The. machinists' strike at the Good man Manufacturing Company will be the subject of a resolution to be introduced at the, United Mine Work ers' convention, scheduled for Indian apolis the latter part of this, month. - Following is the resolution: "To the Ihternation Convention, United Mine Workers of America, "Greeting: "Whereas, In union there is strength, and divided we fall, and an injury to -one is the concern of all, and, "Whereas, The machinists who work for the Goodman Machine Manufacturing Company of Chicago have been on strike for recognition of their union for over nineteen months, and that corporation abso lutely refuses to recognize them in any manner and persists in hiring scabs to do their work for them, and, "Whereas, The scab machinery of this labor crushing trust is used al most exclusively in the coal mines of Illinois and Indiana, and, "Whereas, Under our present con tract we are compelled to act as strikebreakers, by using, this machin ery, tnus furnishing these scabs work, and, "Whereas, If j we refused to use this scab product these tyrants who are employing 'gunmen' and thugs to beat -up and murder our striking brothers, this scab loving company, which is backed up by the National Manufacturers' Association, of un savory reputation would be compelled to recognize the Machinists' Union or go out of business, therefore be it "Resolved, That we go on record as endorsing the strike of the ma chinists at that plant, and be it fur ther "Resolved, We refuse to allow our selves to be used as strikebreakers or the Mine Workers' Union as a strikebreaking agency, that we pledge our support to our striking brothers of the Machinists' Union and our scale committee be instruct ed to refuse to agree to any contract that makes assistants to scab out of us, and after this agreement expires we use no more machinery bought from a firm which is on the unfair list or where a strike is one and whose product is produced by scab labor. Committee of Eldorado U." EUGENE GRACE DIES RECALLS SENSATIONAL TRIAL Newnan, Ga., Jan. 12. An echo of the tragedy that aroused Georgia two years ago came' yesterday in the death of Eugene Grace, wealthy club man,, who charged that his wife, Mrs. Daisy Opie Grace, shot him in the back two years ago. He has been an invalid ever since. Mrs. Grace was tried on a charge of attempted murder, but was ac quitted: Grace was carried into the courtroom on a cot during the trial. He claimed his wife shot him in hope of obtaining life insurance he carried. The defense was that Grace was shot during a struggle with his wife for possession of a revolver, and .she wa$ acquitted.