The Huntsville Daily Times
The Huntsville Daily Times
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Description: Few Workers Obey Call;
Chicago Woman Starved in a German Prison

Date: July 4 1919

Newspaper published in: Huntsville, AL

Source: Library

Page/Column: Page 2, Column 4; Page 4, Column 6

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FEW WORKERS OBEY CALL
By the Associated Press
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Chicago, July 4 Comparatively few workers in the Chicago district obeyed the call for a peaceful five-day general strike as a protest against the conviction of Thomas Mooney and Warren Billings which began today.
The Chicago Mooney strike committee had predicted 200,000 would walk out in this district.

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Photo with the following caption: CHICAGO WOMAN STARVED IN A GERMAN PRISON Margaret Furhman Gents, who returned on the Lorraine to return to her home in Chicago. She is an American but was married to a German. Was refused a divorce from her husband and was kept in Germany, later being imprisoned and cruelly treated.

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