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MIKE DOOLAN SAYS, NEW JEAN VAUEAN DYING IN PEN OF A HE HA S JOINED THE BALTIMORE FEDS BROKEN HEART THE DAY BOOK An Adless Daily Newspaper. N. D. Cochran, Tel. Monroe 353. Editor and Publisher. G Automatic 51-42. 500 South Peoria St 398 By Mail, 50 Cents a Month. VOL. 3, NO. 135 Chicago, Saturday, March 7, 1914 ONE CENT RESTAURANT BOSS REVEALS PLOT AGAINST THE WAITRESSES W. G. Collins, Henrici Manager, Admits That Restaurant Owners"Acted Jointly in War Against Waitresses Also Tells of Aid Given Henrici s by Oscar F'. Mayer, Harrison's "Friend." Several-startling admissions, as to the manner in which the Restaurant Keepers' Association and Henrici's have been handling the strike of the girl;waitresses were made, by W. G. Collins, manager of Henrici's, today. Collins occupied -the' entire time of three judgesBaldwin, . Mc'Goorty and Windes who.are. Hearirig'the in junction proceedings, at this morn ing's session. He admitted that the Restaurant Keepers' Association 'hdd entered-Into an agreement $o turn do'wn'the&e- mands of the union. Attorneys John D. Farrell. and Edgar Lee Masters have been trying to bring this out to sustain their conspiracy charge against the restaurant owners. He also showed that the restaurant keepers by the pull which Oscar F. Mayer, the. millionaire butcher, has with Mayor Harrison and the City Hall 'crowd, were 'able "to get favora from the city administration. Mayer is one of Carter Harrison's .principal financial backers. He sells 'meat to the restaurants'belonging to. j.4,;Ml'.y'