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Intercity ass'n, 234 N. Clark st.
Junior Baseball Managers' ass'n,
63 E. Adams st.
Chicago Amateur Man'g'rs' league,
54 E. Monroe st.
Bricklayers, 3; Joliet, 2.
McDuffs, 2; Campbell Rovers, 1.
Western Electric, 6; Cambridge, 0.
Cleveland, 3; Pullman, 1.
LEISERSON GIVES REASONS FOR
Dr. William Leiserson, member of
the U. S. commission on industrial re
lations, spoke before the Service
Forum of the Grace Episcopal church
last night and advocated public own
ership of all industries' and that the
government give each individual a
five weeks' vacation with pay every
He said, however, it was impossible
to bring this about immediately and
as a substitute he advocated the fol
lowing suggestion as preventatives to
unemployment and hard times:.
That the U. S. establish a system
of labor exchanges to get men in
touch with jobs.
To make immigrants become agri
culturists rather than herd together
in the cities.
That the status, cities and govern
ment defer public work until hard
times come as they do, three years
out of ten.
That labor insurance be estab
lished. That child-labor be abolished.
That an eight-hour day be estab
lished and minimum wage be ap
plied to as many industries as prac
ticle. Leiserson said that the number of
unemployed had been greatly de
creased in teh last 2 months.
A COSTLY INSTANCE
Talk may be cheap,
But, bless my soul!
Not this: "Send up
A ton of coal."
SHINES ON THE STAGE AND IN'
SOCIETY, TOO T
Mrs. josh mssmosE.
'Actress and society woman is tho'
dual role played by Mrs. John Barry-1
more, professionally known as Kath-)
erine Harris, who is. as popular iai
New York society as she is in Newf'
York theatrical circles.
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