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"Even if his old-time money-making gift should come back to him, what of it? Suppose be made a mil lion dollars again. Would he take that million and divide It among the clerks and cash girls and bundle boys who put their moneyln his bank? "There were three suicides when Siegel's bank went crash two years ago. There were 15,000 people put $2,500,000 into his hands. He be trayed them by misusing the money, throwing it into dangerous specula tions outside of banking. He knew hundreds of thm trusted their last nickel in his hands. And he let them rave and commit suicice before he would turn over to them the $150,000 which will be his when he comes out of prison. "Saving money is a good habit But sometimes when I read newspaper ads and cards in street cars I have to laugh at the way the bankers tell us to put our money in their hands and it will be safe." o o HEBREW INDIGNATION SPREADS AGAINST LOEB Indignation against Jacob M. Loeb for his despotic stand against free speech at the Hebrew Institute has so spread among the Jewish people that demand after demand for his resignation are veing voiced. Young American Branch, No. 227, Arbeiter Ring, has just passed a reso lution declaring intention to with draw from the institute unless Loeb gets out and the men he fired are re instated. Arbeiter Ring members declare that Loeb by refusing to let the in stitute students hold a meeting has violated every sanctity of America's privilege of free speech. o o LABOR DEFENSE MEETING Defense against interests which in blind pursuit of personal wealth and power are wickedly wrecking funda mental constitutional safeguards of lives and liberties of American citi Bowen hall, Hull House, 815 W. Polk st, Friday evening. Labor Defense league in charge of meeting. Speak ers: Major H. J. Jaxon, "Menace of Plutocratic Militarism"; Sam'l Block, "Civic Duty of Oppressed Classes"; Hon. J. J. Coburn, "Civic Relationship of Employer and Employes"; Anton Johannson, "Recent Legalized Crimes Against Labor." o o a WHEN ASKED ABOUT IT HE SAID: W "CORSET IS INTERESTING" New York, Aug. 31. All day long crowds surged about the lobby of the McAlpin hotel today. Attendants had difficulty making their way through the throng. The air was blue with tobacco smoke. On the first mezzanine floor be hind closed doors a corset conven tion was in progress. Er-er things were displayed on live models, ne cessarily perfect After appealing to the manager, one calloused reporter succeeded in gaining admittance to the inner room. He came out almost imme diately with a woman fully clothed and husky on each arm. The crowd surged around him. They wanted facts. But he was speechless and after rubbing his eyes he swam his way out through the smoke taking with him his experi ences. CONSIDERABLE INTEREST IN SUIT FILED BY MOTHERS Saloonkeepers will be held respon sible for misdeeds of patrons who get drunk in their saloons if suit for $35, 000 filed against Max Robbins' sa loon, 3041 Cottage Grove av., and others is won. Mothers of R. R. Channell, Geo. Rabeneau and Fred Boneham brought the suit The three are serv- Wf ing time for murdering Mrs. Hattie Kaufman. The mothers say they are entitle to damages under the dramshop because their sons get drunk in saloons before they committed zens will be discussed at a meeting. murder.