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INJUNCTION HINDERS MEN AND
Judge M. L. McKinley, superior
court, has granted an injunction re
straining 60 members of the House
dress, Kimona and Ladies' White
Goods Workers' union from picket
ing the L Leibovitz & Sons' factory,
2041 Ogden av. The injunction is
similar to the injunction used against
the striking tannery workers, which
denied them the right of even pass
ing near the factory or talking of the
strike in the homes.
"It is hard to fight when you know
the law is being read against you,"
said Max M. Greenspoon, business
azent for the strikers, "but the lot
of these workers has been so wretch
ed that they intend to continue the
strike to the end, even with the han
dicap of the injunction."
HOLD TWO MEN IN MURDER OF
FORMER CHI. BANKER
Benton Harbor, Mich., Aug. 3.
Two men were sought by authorities
here today in effort to throw light on
murder here Tuesday of Henry Pon
torno, former Chicago banker. Pon
torno was found shot to death on a
lonely country road near here. It Is
believed murder may have been com
mitted by some enraged depositor of
Pontorno's private bank, which fail
ed in Chicago last year.