FATHER SCHMIDT BELIEVED COUNTERFEITER
AS WELL AS SELF-CONFESSED MURDERER
THE DAY BOOK
An Adless Daily Newspaper, fi"r "
N. D. Cochran, ... bv, TeL Monroe 353. -
500 ''South Peoria, St '. 1398 By Mail, SQCente-ilontk.
VOL. 2, NO. 298 .ChicagopTuesday, Sept. 16, 1$13 , v0NE CENT
STARVATION AND COLD WEATHER TO
BE MINE OWNERS' WEAPONS
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Big Companies Determined to Fight to a Finish Coppef,
Mining Is Called the Chief Industry,, Bat ChU-
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" Youngsters' Mouths Makes Miners'
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Calumet, Mich., Sept. 16. It is,evident that: James 'MacNaughton, man
' ager of the Calumet & Hecla and. at least twelve other 'mining companies,
has determined to fight the- miners to a finish, jsvithout yielding an inch.
Here yesterday he-spurned the good offices of the United States gov
ernment, dIplomaticaIly, tendered through John A. Moffitt, special repre
sentative of the Department bf 'Labor. Moffitt was turned down emphat
ically and cold and the matter wouldhave ended there If "Moffitt had con
ceded to MacNaughton the title of "King of the Copper Country."
But 'Moffitt, determihedo give every mine manager a' chance to ac
cept the government's good 'offices, today struck a human, being in Theo
dore Dangler, manager of the Mohawk mines, who got busy and arranged
a conference between Moffitt and the mine operators, to be held, at the
Houghton Club on Wednesday morning. v ...
When Moffitt got,here'Saturday afternoon MacNaughton got busyVith
the local Chamber of Commerce, which met and, after finding the strikers
guilty, decided to try themvby aji investigation by -three business men.
Jn'th'e meantime, the striking miners concluded that there, was nohope
fdr'arbjtratlon, and beganpreparing for. allege, believmg, that MacNaugh-
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