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forbids picketing," said Masters. "I
can't see thatrthere is anything in it
that would prevent us from sending
twelve pickets into Randolph street
right now. I would like to know what
would happen if we did send the pick-
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BEAUTIFUL FOREIGN ACTRESS
SEEN IN THE FILMS
"The court has tried to make it
ciear inai we noia ineir picKeung is
unlawful. We can't anticipate a situa
tion," answered McGoorty.
Masters asked if the strikers could
publish literature through the med
ium of such publications as the "Bak
ers' Journal," but before he could an
swer Attorney Williard McEwen,
counsel for the restaurant trust, in
jected himself into the argument with
the "remark that it would take the
business men of Randolph street 90
days to recuperate from the effect of
the waitresses' picketing."
But Masters kept up his argument.
And the judge finally concluded that
"it was difficult to define just what
is to be done."
McGoqrty then agreed to hear ar
guments for and against the decision
by McEwen and Masters Wednesday
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STEEL CARS SAVED LIVES
Attica, Ind., April 6. All steel cars
saved the lives of many passengers
when Wabash .limited train No. 4
went through the Wabash river
bridge yesterday afternoon, killing
three, injuring one fatally and hurt
ing about forty persons.
The dead are Tim Hull, engineer,
Peru, Ind.; Jake Miller, fireman,
Peru, Ind., and J. A. Thomas, ex
press messenger, Huntingtonlnd.
THE EARLY BIRD
"Did you come out well on Christ
mag, Willie?", asked the Sunday
"Yes,m. I got more than any of my
brothers and sisters,'-' replied Willie
"Indeed? How did that happen?"
"I got up two hours before they
People rarely stop to remember
that there are heaps of "movie"
actors acting in the silent plays over
on the oth'er side of the Atlantic. In
fact, some of the largest productions
are put on over there.
One of the foreign players whom
American audiences often see in the
CinesrKleine films is Leah Gillami.
She is beautiful, a .clever actress,
and she photographs well.
If youhaven't a picture of her, cut
this one out and add it to your
TOOK IT LITERALLY
The. City Child What's the .name
of that httle boy?
The'Farmer Why, my dear child,
that ain't no little boy. That there
is a pig.
The City Qhild Oh, I know that,
but I've lieard of little boys making
pigs of themselves, and just wondered
which one had been doing it.
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In the state fit California eight city
treasurers are" women,