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MARSHALL FIELD 'EXPO'SEDAS PAYERS OF
STARVATION wXqES TO cfcltDREH
,N. DMC6chrau, , . ggfe 7 ana- 5G0 South,Peoria St;
Editor arid,PuBlishcr. 'Tggf , TeLi'Monroe 353,
VQL:2,N.OU36i Chicago; Saturday, March 8,491-3 - ONE CiNT
BIG BySItfESS MAKES FJRSj ATTEMPT TO 'GET'
LT. GOV. .O'HARA 1$ LOW WAGE PROBE
Manufacturers1 Association Tries to "Discredit Him With
Lie-Thai-He Is Tied Up With Lawrence O'Hara
Swears to 'Garry Out Solemn Pledge' to People.
. , f - ' i ' " V ' " ' ' -. ' 1
"Big Business . has jbegun; the .
fight to x:hoke pff 'theMpw' "wage !
inqtiify oFithe Senate -white slave'
commission.?,' ' :
, "Ithastdonejsp by.a persqn'al at-,
lack- on' the Integrity ,qfth njem
bers of Commission, and espe
cially "of Lieut.-Gpv. Barratt
. O'Hara: " '
O'Hara; took the lead in expos
ing; jthe liyppcrisy t of Julius Rqs
n'wkld.arid thafof 'Marshall Field
Sc'Co. , V .
r , In-the" lastjssue of; the? Mariur
Jtacturers' 2tfew4, owned.'and ed
" kifed by;john H. Glenn, a; self-confessed
'lobbyist, for- "the big" busi
ness interest's, there , is "an J- edi
torial urider the ;,cap'tiW, "Let
Theigti. ' .;"
- 'Xhlk eotorial for which Qlenn,
kund'er'jOath today took , full i;e
sfionsibilitvl said that Earratt
drew M. Lawrence, publisher of
litoiqto XldllllUCl , Ullr Hint. L11C
low wage in'quiry ' was the result
of- a consbiracv between - Law
rence ahd'O'Hat-alto Holrl un the
for advertising. , t ' ,
. Julius Rosenwald personally is
not a.member .of , the Manufactur-
ers' Associations But hxs; corpora-'
Glenn admitted today that- Ros
enwald trnight .have seen -the. edi-"
forial. slurring, O'Hara, before it
-No ( more ridiculous charge,
were it jiot so cruel in its'signifi
"cance aijd so likelyrto-be; believed
by the people of -Illinois after
their rnany.experiences .with Chi
cago newspaper me.thods, could
have, been. ma4e against O'Hara.
'it-is.a matter of common talk,
known, from one" end of the city'tq