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NOON EDITION ' x NOON EDITION
LANGE AND FALKENBERG WILL PROBABLY
, BATTLE AT WHITE SOX PARK
THE DAY BOOK
An Adless Daily, Newspaper.
N. D. Cochran, spPggBb . ',oa 500 South Peoria St.
Efftqr and Publisher. -jjpT 8 Tel Monroe 353.
"VOL. 2, 'NO, 172 , Chicago; Saturday, April 19, 1913 ONE CENT
MONEY ROTHSCHILD & CO. GAVE TO FLOOD
FUND IN OWN NAME TAKEN FROM EMPLOYES
Rich Store Gave $500 to Association of Commerce With
Blare of Trumpets, Then Forced Own Underpaid
Employes to Make. Up the Money
For the sake of the soul of President Davis of Roths
child & Co., who has been known to ac like a human be
ing, we hope that Davis had no knowledge of how Roths
child. &,Cd gave $500 to the Dayton flood relief fund.
The giving of the $500 was duly recorded by all the
trust newspapers as a sample of the exceeding generosity
and kindness of heart of the management of Rothschild
& Co.' '
And Rothschild ,& Co. actually did hand over the
$500 to the Association of Commerce for the Dayton
flood sufferers. ,
And; the money was used for the Dayton flood suf-'
ferers,' and. and doubtless did great good.
But Rothschild & Co. collected that $500. forcibly.
Rothschild &r Company did not collect, the money
from tleii? employers before
giving the $500 to the As'so- merce first, received the
ciation of Commerce. thanks of the Association of
They gave the money to. Commerce, accepted 'the
the e Association - of - Com- glory attached to their phil-