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MARSHA WARRINGTON TELLS HOW DIGGS
BEGGED HER TO RUN AWAY WITH HIM
THE DAY BOOK
An Adless Daily Newspaper.
f N. D. Cochran, g3ggg5 500 South Peoria St.
Editor and Publisher. Ijjjg 398 Tel. Monroe 353.
VOL.2, NO. 270 Chicago, Wednesday, Aug. 13, 1913 ONE CENT
LABOR UNION SENTIMENT GROWING
AGAINST HEARST-O'DONNELL DEAL
Tile Helpers', Electrical Workers' and Waiters!' Unions
Prptest Against That Special Edition O'Shaugh
nessy Refuses to Let Pressmen's Repre
sentative Address Bricklayers.
The revolt of true blue union workers against the machine that has
been running the Building 'Trades. Council for years is growing, and senti
ment against the Hearst-O'Donnell so-called "trades union" edition of the
Examiner is developing as fast as the rank and file. of the labor movement
in Chicago get a chance to express themselves and pass resolutions at. union
meetings. - .
Representatives of Pressmen's Union No. 7 are attending union meet
ings nightly and fighting for a spirit of brotherhood and co-operation
among all unions. '
In most unions they are received cordially and given close attention.
The exceptions are very few. And the sentiment against the Hearst-O'Donnell
deal seema to be strongest In unions affiliated with the Building Trades
Council, where the most earnest trades unionists seem to feel that the
action of President Simon O'Donnell Is a reflection on every union man
in the building, trades.
Old mutterings against machine rule, and against the use of sluggers
in some unions to keep the better element away from meetings so the
crowd that controls can have things their own way, are coming to the sur
AmongBome njejpber tfeej; te a feeling that a, new council ought to