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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, February 06, 1913, Image 5

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A. P. OF L. WINS VICTORY
Pittsburgh, Feb. 6. The first
great victory in the fight of the
American Federation of Labor to
organize the steel mills has been
won.
The strikers of the Rankin and
Braddock mills returned to work
today with an increase of wages
and recognition of the union.
Cleveland, Feb. 6. Organiza
tion of 100,000 steel workers of
this city was begun today. Or
ganizer John Ganey, of Youngs
town, has arrived to help the
Cleveland Federation of Labor
officials.
The local federation. has estab
lished a school of oratorv to train
young speakers who will be need
ed in the fight against the steel
trust.
Emmett Flood, organizer of
the American Federation of La
bor, in charge of the fight to
unionize the steel mills in the
Chicago district, said today that
the victory won at Rankin and
Braddock would soon be dupli
cated here.
Flood and other federation
workers will leave for Waukegan
this evening, where the plans of
the federation for organization
will be laid before the workers.
"Even a policeman can't arrest
the flight oF time," said a would
be funny man. "Oh, I don't
know!" replied his friend. "Only
this morning I saw a policeman
enter a side door and stop a few
minutes."
OLD MR. CRAPEHANGER
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TO ME.IN SUYINf THINGS CM AP. I
JUST OT TWODOZEW FRESH EfS
for Quarter
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' ' WELL TRY 'EM YOURSELF AND FHJ I
OUT . J

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