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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, June 10, 1912, Image 1

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READ ABOUT NEW SERIES BY BlLLlE BtJkKE,
AMERICA'S MOST FAMOUS ACTRESS
THE DAY BOOK
Nc
.500- S. PEORIA ST.
398
TEL. MGtiROE 353
Vol. 1, No. 220 Chicago, Monday, June 10, 1912
One Cent
'A. F. OF L. BACKS CHICAGO
UNIONS WITH MONEY
All Affiliated Unions to Aid
Locked Out and Striking
i . Newspaper Men.
Washington, June 10. 'The
executive council of the Ameri
can' Federation of La"bor unani
mously voted, that all unions af
filiated 'with the federation should
givefinancial , aidtothe lodked
out . and striking' newspaper
'unions of Chicago.
Frank Morrison, secretary of
the Federation, and delegate tout
from the International Typographical-
union, declared himself
strongly in favor of this course,
despite the fact that James K.
Lynchdnteraational president of
the; I. T. U. denounced the Chi-
cagp unions, and prevented the
Ghjcago local of the printers from
joining in the .strike.
T.he executive council of, the
Federation has wired every union,
affiliated with, the federation of
its action of today.
This tneSns that the Chicago
unions will-be backed by practic
ally every other union in Amer
ica in their fight for Recognition
of the unions in the Chicago trust
new
offices.
CAP HEALY'SDRTVER GETS
FRESH MAY LOSE JOB
Charges of coriduct unbecom
ing an officer we're -.ttr'be filed
against Policeman Peter, Bird,
driver for Gapt. HeaLy of the
mounted squad, before Chief Mc
Weeny this afternobn because of
accusations he made against a
witness in a case:. before Judge
Beitler of the Clark street court
this morning. . "" '
Bird a'ccused Ei Frankp'Don
nell, manager oft 'a1 stationery
store at 1235 LaSalie street, a
witness, of being paid for his tes
timony. . ' , - -
Friday morning 'Birdj driving
north orf LaSalie' street, with
Capt. Healy in his auto, struck
the wagon of Alber.trD. Giieen as
the latter was driving but-of an
alley betweeh Monroe and Adams
street. The auto' was slightly
damaged. Bird arrested' Green.
- This -morning Bird Charged
that Green h&d deliberately
driven in front of the auto. Judge
Beitler discharged Grjeen,' on the
evidence of O'Donnell, in front of
whose place of business the col
lision occurred. OT)onneH said
the accident was unavoidable.
In the hall outside the court
room Bird accused O'Donnell of

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