The Brooklyn Daily Eagle from Brooklyn, New York on March 3, 1919 · Page 24
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The Brooklyn Daily Eagle from Brooklyn, New York · Page 24

Brooklyn, New York
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Monday, March 3, 1919
Page 24
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THE BROOKLYN DMl.v EAGLE. NEW YORK, MONDAY. MARCH :s. l f 1 ; . HEARING DESCRIBES WILSON AS "PUPPET" Socialist Begins Series of Talks to Quiet Audience ville. Browns- MAJ.GEN.GOETHALS RETIRES FROM ARMY GENERAL STAFF TO CIVIL LIFE DUTIES EAGLE BUREAU IN PARIS "HOMIEST" PLACE IN CAPITAL TWO BATTLESHIPS LAND BORO TROOPS Must Be the "Sole Support" To Claim a Tax Exemption Vlrgi and Rhode Island Land at Newport News After! Stormy Voyages. leprei -la 1 1 on hi huie . no I in- Hi Hk I.K.i. M. M It tired om.ii of ii liiniuished hi- dtttli )( chlel of i lie (i-i eertnf rirm. ili which he is n. he Be- The War Depai nn-in recalled Gen. (In-iliiils I.. :u-nc duly more than ;i ... ..n. I .iisikiu-.I him n-. arlmit J'li" " ' '''1 PROBATION OFFICERS DINE j APPELLATE DIVISION DECISIONS HANDED DOWN ..iri-ll. Ml ish. ..u Hi I .. Wis Newport . u. i. B. Rhode Mi l-"nd;l. : 1 1 r ii sl-.n the fotlowtni orgmr Wnll.-iin-i. under i: ( Burke. r.T i ' Haywood, Hdqrs, Co.: v MoLeoo 4,M Dlv : 147th M 0 1 1 i nui'Ml " i u JACK tar MADE WITH ROLLING POINTS AND THE OVAL BUTTONHOLE wn (pilars OLDEST BRAND IN AMERICA -r. if iiio inn sunt ill. iti. iii of income slate which has h the lirriocl t ii before March certain Hip fair I date, add any MARK EISNER RESIGNS Hark Burner of Manhattan. Collee-of rnternal Revenue for ilir Third mi l sulci- (gig has tendered hi Ignatlon to Preafdent Wtleon, to e effect Immediately, Kr. ki-glvea :is his reaaon r.u- io- Hclenl for the complete afa sorption Hi demanded by the work of the He will h i urn to the practice law, with office al I IB Broadwej WELCOME HOME-COMING SOLDIERS WITH OLD GLORY Homo Sho'ii'ldHavi "CURTINMADE" GUARANTEED WOOL BUNTING FLAGS 5 ft. n S4.I5 5x 8 ft. fit S0.05 6 ft. V, 5.70 0x10 ft. r 12.65 Del,, n or Monty Rrfunded ry Fret of Charge . Write or fall JOHN Curtin Inc. HHTABUSHBD Jf,,-... Sail-Maker., Canvas Good,. Flag. Brooklyn Branch 104 Atlantic Ave. Phone 9533 Main 15,000 Workers Will Win 8-Hour Day BY JOINING NEW UNION The shoe manufacturers have agreed lo give the 44-hour week, but only to members ol the American Goodyeai Operalors Protective Union, b0 Dekalb Ave.. Brooklyn. We hae won lor the new union by meeting with the manulacturers what' the workers might not hae won by months of strike. JOIN OUR UNION AT ONCE AND YOU CAN RETURN TO WORK UNDER GOOD UNION CONDITIONS. d take in all branches rom cutting room to h.u K-iie room. I he 44-hour week w ill commence the same day we sign our lull working agreements with the Manufacturers Association. The joint committee has started lo write the agreements. Until thev ,,re signed ihe eek will be 40 Join at once and eel tbe 8-hour day. American Goodyear Operators Protective Union I WES VI ( AMPBKLI. B.,.,nf.. Ajent. , 569 DeKalb Ave.. Brooklyn j 15c W The Boys tellii Velvet Joe how much they like his tobacco You, too, will like Velvet tobacco. It's aged in nature way, the slow way, the sure way, the expensive way, but the right way. Two years' ageing in wooden hogsheads makes Velvet cool, smooth and mild. A pipeful of Velvet will tell you then you will tell others. w as w

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