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tfie Chicago Federalionof Labor,
is to continue tb stand firmly be
hihd the Striker and to" aid them
until the Strike is won.
Gompers would say nothing of
any pjans henna's laid fdrfhe win
nings of the Strike ..
'This is goinfc to "be a hard battle1-he
-said. lYIt would be folly
to -tell how We are gofng to fight
t Today is the first time the trust
publishers 'have openly admitted
their ,mtentkm , of enforcing the
"Heretofore ihey have either
evaded the question, or tefnpor
fzed and lied, saying- tfiat it was
the unions and not they who were
refusing; to arbitrate.
"Tlie Visit of Gompers today put
them -squarely 6n record. They
either had to sajr they would sub
mit their differences vnth their
men, fairly to arbitration, or at
tempt to enforce the open shop
Sothey came out of their holes
and at last admitted what The
Day TJdok charged the day the
pressmen were locked out--that
the lockout was only the first step
in an organized attempt to en
force the"1 open shop in every
newspaper ofKce the publisher, of
which is a member of the Chicago
Newspaper Association,- other
wise known as "the 'trust."
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we had to put tunnels through
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morejike an old rake. t
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pagne fdra hair bleach even if
if it does itiake yotf light headed,
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