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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, June 14, 1912, Image 1

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FULL TELEGRAPHICAND CABLE NEWS SERVICE
OF THE UNITED PRESS
THE DAY BOOK
500 S.,PEORIA ST.
398
TEL. MONROE 353
Vol. 1, No. 224 Chicago, Friday, June 14, 1912
One Cent
KOSHER MEAT WAR OVER
Peace was finally declared to
day in the kosher meat war be
tween the "butchers' association
and Jewish women of the "West
Side, the butchers capitulating to
the demands of the women's com
mittee. Following price list adoptedby
butchers, and approved by the
women, willgo into force tomor
row at sundown, when the shops
will open for the first time in
three weeks :
Lean meat; per lb., 12c; neck
chucks, per lb., 10c; first class fat
meat, per lb., 16 cents; first class
neck chucks, per lb., 14 cents.
By an agreement between the
two factions, this list will re re
main in effect three months. If
the butchers attempt to advance
pricesr however, the women de
clare they will institute another
boycott.
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FIRST-STRIKE MURDER
The first death as result of slug
ging ajid lawlessness" in news
paper strike occurred this morn
ing" when Daniel Beeman, 218
Hamilton avenue, died at Grace
hospital.
Charles Bush, who was wound
ed at he same time Beeman was
shot, is in a critical condition.
Beeman , and Bush were shot
by Policeman Joseph Devaney,
on guard at Chicago American
barns, Sangamon and Adams
streets. Devaney s'aid the two
men threw bricks at him. .He fol
lowed them into sajoon and in
struggle to arrest them shot both.
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FEDERATED TRADES WIN
San FranciscoTJurie 14.Fhe
convention of the International
Stereotypers' uniQh, by an over
whelming votej this afternoon
seated the delegates from Chica
go local No. 4, the charter of
which was revoked by Interna
tional President James J. Freel.
Freel revoked fiie-chatter of
the union becausfe it went on
strike in sympathy with the
pressmen locked, out "by the Chi
cago trust newspa'pers, and re
fused to return to work' at his
command. . ,
Freel went down to defeat only
after a hard and unscrupulous
fight.
The Chicago delegates, present
ed their credentials t'o the creden
tials committee, which Freel him
selfjiad appointed.
The credentials committee
voted to seat them. Freel refus-
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