A pioneer resident of Hull-House tells in this article something of the difficulties encountered by unionists who attempt to keep within the law and yet make a strike effective. In the Henrici strike the police made arrests freely, although the Illinois law permits peaceful picketing. The courts have seemed to lend their aid to this harrassing of the union, for to date not a single striker's case has been tried, although they have sometimes been arrested twice in one day.—Ed.[of the Survey]