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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, September 04, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 3

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labor controlling countries and dic
tating laws for an age of workers.
Peace comes, Europe must be re
built Submarines, warplanes, mili
tary strategy have undone the labor
of a century. Now labor must build
it all up again and if labor wills it
shall have the power of kings and
emperors after this war.
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Brownsville, Tex.. Sept 4. "Dead
or alive" order is today hanging over
heads of 50 Mexicans implicated in
torture and murder of two Americans
last Thursday. 400 U. S. soldiers
and hundreds of county officers and
citizens hunting them. Regarded
certain today that entire band would
be either captured or annihilated.
Lieut. Malloy of the Third cavalry,
stationed at Mission, reported that 12
armed men crossed the Rio Grande
and, after looting the stores at Oja
De Agua, stole four horses. The cit
izens were too frightened to offer re
sistance. Patrols later trailed the
bandits to a point on the river about
three miles above Hidalgo just m time
to see them nearing the Mexican side
in boats. A detachment of the
Twelfth cavalry surprised four ban
dits twelve miles north of here early
today, killing one and capturing the
Action of the Royal Tailors, biggest
special order manufacturing house
in Chicago, in laying off all cutters
who participated in union meeting is
expected to be the spark that will
start the flame of a general strike
among the garment workers of Chi
cago. The cutters have placed be
fore the firm a demand that the dis
charged cutters be reinstated and if
this is not complied with action will
be taken at the next meeting held un
der the auspices of the Amalgamated
.Clothing Workers.
that there is scarcely a doubt Tut
that the entire industry will be strike
bound inside of two weeks, as the
tailors and cutters are revolting
against conditions. Four shop meet
ings will be held Tuesday night from
leading special order houses and de
mands are coming into the union for
more shop meetings than can be ar
ranged. The plan adopted by the general
board to raise $100,000 to finance a
strike which will include the industry
in Chicago by assessing members $1
has already been adopted in Balti
more, and Chicago will hold a meet
ing today to act on the resolution. In
the event of a strike here the tailors
and cutters are in position to prevent
Chicago work being done in other
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Frank, jtosenbium. q the ffiuw says i mst me.
Dora There goes that awful
Freddy Jones.
LilyWhy awful?
Dora When we quarreled he sent
me half a dozen boxes of face pow
der with a note saying he had taken
that much home on. bis coa( shice he.
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