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, iuiMiMJIWiiPPIiPtWBpili.l)iiJplUllfii ii ' OUTBURSTS OF EVERETT TRUE o o UPHOLSTERERS EXPLAIN Henry Stultman, business agent of the Upholsterers' Union, Local 111, when asked about the graft rumors printed in the papers explained that on account of his craft being the last ones on a theater job it frequently happened that crooked contractors took advantage of that factand jump ed their agreement and hired scab workers For that reason, in justice to his organzation, he was compelled, to. force these contractors to pay the wages of his men in advance and he has vouchers showing the payments, made by him on every job. He denied that he ever took, a cent of graft or did anything, which was detrimental to the men under hia jurisdiction. o o Instead of making1 their own bread those Madrid women mobbed the bakers. Women are developing-quite a passion for-taking the short cat.