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An Internal Revenue Service collector in Spokane attempted to explain the complex rules regarding a relatively recent kind of tax, the federal income tax.
An uptick in new flu cases had residents worried that the the Spanish flu epidemic had not run its course.
The Washington Water Power Co., the private company that ran many of city’s streetcar lines, had quit serving a number of routes. With the advent of the automobile, WWP was finding it harder to turn a profit and was abandoning some of the unprofitable routes.
William J. Coates, the president of Spokane’s Central Labor Council, did not see any reason for Spokane workers to go on a sympathy strike in support of Seattle’s general strike.
Seattle Mayor Ole Hanson issued an ultimatum to the nearly 60,000 workers who were engaged in the Seattle General Strike.
Last-minute attempts to avoid a general strike in Seattle failed, and the city was bracing for the worst.
The Puget Sound area was bracing for the biggest labor crisis in its history: a general strike.
Organizers of A Day Without A Woman say it’s goal is to call attention to critical roles of women in the workplace.