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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, July 06, 1912, Image 5',
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. Regular airship passenger serv
ice, by dirigible 6 be established
between Chicago and Milwaukee
'Capt.;H. B. Wild," licensed by
Federation Aeronautique Inter
national, to take charge of serv
icerTrips to be made from White
City and fare to be not less than
-The case against Mrs. Louise
kindloff rapidly seems to be fall
ingthrough. Star witnesses for
thcstate are disappearing and no
new evidence is 'turning up.
. Seems like our state's attorney
has to arrest a woman as a
"whole-sale poisoner" every once
in'so often, and get it played up in
the 'trust newspapers, and thus
gam 'free advertising about noth
ing. Chicago Federation of Musi
ciansMias adopted new wage scale
to go into effect Aug. 1. Changes
affect moving picture Shows
.Willie. Hearst certainly can do
some first-class crawling when he
gets started. In "Wednesday's
Examiner there was an editorial
' which said :
"To say the nomination of Gov.
Wilson was finally'made possible
by' the support of Taggart'in In
diana, and Ryan in Virginia, and
SuiKan in Illinois, and Tammany
in ,New York, is nbt QNLY a re
flection upon Gov. W,ilson "
.Today Hearst performed a little
surgical operation on the editorial
page, whereby he amputated that
"qnly," and left the editorial read
ings "To say the nomination'df jGov.
Wilson was finally made possible
by the .support x)f Taggart in lit
diana, and Ryan in Virginia, and
Sullivan in Illinois, and Tam
many in New York, is not a re
flection upon Gov. Wilson ''
Sometimes Willie Hearst is an
noying, like a mosquito, and other
times he's just amusing.
Current issue of Journal r of
American Medical Association
tells how to graft dead eyes'upon
Heads of 13 railroads, 11 of ,
them wit hheadquarters in Chi
cago, sent appeal to U. S. senatQrs
not to pass anti-injunctioh bill
now pending before upper house.
The bill in question is the one
which forbids a judge to issue an
injunction in a labor dispute with
out inquiring into the merits of
In their memorial to the sena- I
tors the railroads say: "The bill is
an invitation to riot; it is prom
ised immunity for crime."
. . Of course, that's all bunk. And
it looks like the real truth is that
the railroads are afraidapf an in
vestigation into the cases wherein
they apply for injunctions.
The bill in question does not
prohibit the issuance of injunc-'
tion in labor disputes.
It merely forbids the issuance
of an injunction until such time
as the judge has made fulL in
quiry into the case so he can de-"
cide on its merits. '
Can it be possible the railroads
are. afraid they never will get in
junctions if the cases are decided
on their merits.
Just so the people may kndw,"
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