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keeping the -workers from demand
ing that they be paid a wage that will
give them the liberty and the money
to choose their own pursuits of hap
piness, but it Is destroying their self
respect, it is making them beggars.
Never does a worker take the least
thing given as charity by the bosses
f . but the worker feels humiliated. Girls
y who work in Kuppenheims', one of
the largest tailoring Bhops in the in
dustry, inwardly rebel at going to
that place on Milwaukee av., though
they are paying for its maintenance,
' and yet so much of their right to lib
erty have they lost that they dare not
' refuse to accept that so-called char
ity unless they wish to be out of em
ployment We have permitted this stupendous
fraud to exist too long. For the sake
of self-respect the workers should de
mand that they be paid for their labor
what their labor is worth, take w!at
pleasure they can afford and laugh at
the "personal touch" of the bosses
who cut wages 10 per cent and give
the workers "welfare work."
U. S. SUBMARINE MISSING WITH
Honolulu, March 26. Apprehen
sion for. safety of 26 men on U. S.
submarine F-4, which submerged
early yesterday morning and has not
yet been found, grew after an all
night scouring of the seas by naval
rescue vessels. Feared the men
aboard the missing submarine have
lost their lives.
Rear Admiral Charles B., Moore,
commanding Honolulu naval station,
at midnight ordered every avaable
vessel out for search.
$ NO OPERATION NEEDED
New York. While on operating
table to have dentist's drill which he
had swalloyed removed from his
throat, Dr. Moses Feinberg had a
coughing paroxysm and coughed up
Buenos Aires is the largest city in
the world south of the equator.
' TELEGRAPH BRIEFS
Minneapolis. 3 firemen overcome
by smoke at fire at International
Sugar Feed Co. Damage $25,000.
Muncie, III. 3 more unrecogniz
able bodies taken from ruins of burn
ed Delaware County infirmary brins
ing total to 6.
Washington. Labor Sec Wilsori1
reported to president that R. B. Ma
hany of Buffalo, sent west as a spe
cial mediator, had settled differences
between Seattle longshoremen and
Saginaw, Mich. Charles Kim
brough, negro, accused of murder of
Rosie Laundry-Fournier, 8, found
St. Louis. Verdict of inquest into
death, of Richard Randolph, mer
chant, blamed Ralph Houiday for
shooting and found Mrs. Randolph,
widow, accessory before fact.
A PERFECT DESIGN
"Well, hubby, let's plan our bunga
low." "How do you wish it built, dear?"
"Why, I want the living room, din
ing room, kitchen and three bed
rooms with a southern exposure.
The bathroom, however, can be on
the other side."