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SHUSH ANN A AT LAST! SAWYER, COMES IN
' SIGHT OF ALASKA'S TREASURE-HOUSE!
An Adless'Dcdly Newspaper.
N. D. Cochran,
Editor and Publisher.
500 South Peoria St,
Tel. Mere 353. 1o
By Mail, 50- Cfente s Rfonth.
VOL. 2, NO. 303 Chicago, Monday, Sept. 22, 1913
WOULD CLOSE THE FEDERAL BLDG.
IF HE HAD THE POWER
State Factory Inspector -Nelson Says Postoffice Is Most
Insanitary Building In the Loop Coils It a
Menace to the Public 's, as Well las
the Employes' Health.
Thfr strange inconsistency of Postmaster DanfcT- Campbell was shown
Tip Sunday by State Factory Inspector Oscar F- Nelson,, who was formerly
a postoffice clerk.
la an interview given to a morning newspaper Friday; Campbell de
clared the main postoffice was the worst ventilated, most ill-lighted and
most insanitary postoffice in the country. '
For saying those same things three years ago Mr. Nelson,, at that time
in the postoffice service, was summarily bounced.
But that was under a Republican administration, from whom. Campbell
got his job. y
k Nelson yesterday reiterated hls statements concerning the condition.
"As state factory inspector I'd close the federal building immediately
if I had.the power. It is without'doubt the mort insanitary building in.-th
loop and' a menace to the health of the employes' and the people," said Mr.
Nelson. .. ,
Nelson explained, the trouble hephad with Campbell three years ago.
He charged that the condition of the'buildlng-was the fault of Postmaster
Campbell and then Secretary of theTxeasury Franklin MacVeaghl
"Three years ago (in. 1910)," said-Ulr. Nelson'after'lKcving protested