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LAST EDITION LAST EDITION
UNION LABOR ENTERS A FORMAL PROTEST,
AGAINST THAT HEARST EDITION
THE DAY BOOK
An Adless Daily Newspaper,
N. D. Cochran, gagagss 500 South Peoria SL - -
Editor and Publisher. jls 398 Tel. Monroe 353.
VOL. 2, NO. 242 Chicago, Saturday, July 12, 1913 ONE CENT
CHICAGO NEWSPAPER TRUST PAID
CHIEF OF STRIKEBREAKERS $1,000
Max Annenberg s Brother, Imported From Milwaukee,
Got the Money Publishers Won't Recognize
Newsboys' Union Interesting Meet
ing of the Publishers.
During the lockout of union press
men by the Chicago newspaper trust
last year the news stands were
manned by strikebreakers, and , one
of the men in charge was M. L.- An
nenberg of Milwaukee, brother of
Max Annenberg, circulation manager
of the Chicago Tribune.
It appears now that Annetnberg
was not paid by one of the publishers,
but was hired by the association, and
that a check. for $1,000 was sent to
him by Secretary Cary of the asso
ciation, for which Annenberg duly re
turned thanks, offering to at all times
extend his services as required.
It was during this lockout that
Conductor Witt and Teamster Hehr,
who were not involved in the lock
out, were murdered by newspaper
gunmen in the employ of the Hearst
The minutes of the meeting of the
publishers' trust on Oct. 12, 1912,
show the payment to Annenberg and
other matters bearing on the lock
out, which show how the publishers
were working together. The minutes
ajso Bhow that they decided to not
recognize the newsboys' union.
The members of Chicago Local of
the American Newspaper Publishers'
Association, which is the name of the
newspaper trust, who were present at
this meeting were Lawson and Rog
ers of The News, Keeley and Field of
The Tribune, Lawrence of The Ex
aminer, Henderson of The American,
Seymour of The Record-Herald,
Sherman' of The Inter-Ocean Town
of The Post, and Cary, secretary.