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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, January 13, 1912, Image 14

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MAX HAYES LABOR TALKS
' Englishmen Will Come Here.
Either Ben Tillett or vTom
Mann, the two foremost figures'
in the national strikes of railway
employes and dockers in Great
Britain during the past year, will
come to America to make a speak
ing tour in a couple of months.
f 'Tillett was here ten years ago
, and made a wonderful impres
sion wherever he spoke. He is
one of the most eloquent orators
.-in the labor world. Mann, who
spent eight years in Australia, is
fully hisequal.
Guns of Courts Are on Unions.
That organized labor of the
country is in for another season
of bitter attacks in the courts and
through the newspapers is pretty,
clearly demonstrated by recent
developments.
The contempt case of Gompers,
Mitchell and Morrison is again
occupying a prominent position
on the politico-economic stage,
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