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rFINAL 'EDITidNir1 1 'i
MARSHALL FIELD 'EXPOSED': AS : PAPERS OF
1 STARVATION ffiAQES TO cklLpREN f
THF DAY BOOK
-N. D., Cochran, . " sCTaBk'".--. .500 SouthPeoria St;
,EHtQr an,Putlisher. '"si , TTMonroe 353.
y,QL:2,N,0;i36i Chicago; Satipday, March 8,1913l QN CiftT
BIG BPSIESS MAKES FJRSJT ATTEPTT TO 'GET'
LT. GOV. O'HARA Ifl LOW WAGE PROBE
Manufacturers? Association, Tries to Discredit Him With
" Lie, ThaiHels Tied U p With Lawrence O'H or a
Swears fo'Carfy Out Solemn Pledge to People.
' - ' i " I ' v ' .' ' '
T Big Business ; has 'jbegun; the
fight to choke 'off ''th'eMpw' wage
lnfluityofthe Senate' white slave
commission' .V ,". '. " '
, -It haSj.dbnejsq by a p.erspna'1 at
.tack on;the Integrity ..o, the, niemr
bers of thg Commission, and. espe-
Ciaiiy 01 i-ieuc-upy. .xjarra.ii.-.
O'Hara: took the lead) in expos
ing vthe hypocrisy t of. Julius Rqs
enwaiiarid tliafof Marshall Field
"&Cp. S V ,
, In-the'lastjssue ofr the- Manu
jfactureYs' 'New4,owned.1and; cd
Jfed by John K.,.Genn, auselfTCO.n
lessed Tobbyist; for the big busi
ness interest's therr.is Man edi
tdrTalKunder thVcaptibn; "Let
- "lus.cjitnal ior jviichqien11
kunh'ef path todky. todk.full re-.
sgbiisibiiityj- said that. Barratt
drew M. Lawrence, publisher of
Hearst's Examiner, 'and, that, the
low wage iriquifv was the result
'of a conspiracy between - Law
rence ahdjO'Hafajtp hold tip the
big'.manufacfurers and merchants
for advertising;,, ' .
. Julius Rosenwald personally is
not ajmember ofthe Manufactur
ers' Associations But his corpora-'
tibn, 'Sears, 'Roebuck ,& Co., is.
uienn aarnittea ioaay nap kos
qnyrald jmighthave seen, the edi-
'torial slurring, O'Hara, before it
went? into- print.
'No ( more - ridiculous charge,
were itjnot s'o cruel in its' signifi
cance aijd so likely, to-be; believed
by the people of' -Illinois after
their many. experiences with. Chi
cago newspaper mejthods, could
haje,been,ma4e against O'Hara.
It'js a;matterf of common talk,
known from oneendof the city'tq