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painters and the Chicago Federation of Labor, 'and refused to seat the dele
gates representing the painters and glaziers.
Meanwhile fat jobs on the Continental & Commercial Bank building,
the Marshall Field annex, the Conway building and other large buildings,
now under construction, were going to the organizations which fed from
O'Donnell's hand. -
The building trimming used on the buildings were from the Edmund's
mills. Yesterday the final break came and 500 glaziers laid down their
tools on buildings, where the Building Construction Employers' Association
had their hands in and walked out.
This morning about 1,300 painters went out in a sympathy strike.
"The men will remain out until real trades unionism is recognized,"
sai,d M. Hahn, secretary of the Glaziers' Local 27. "Neither the painters
nor the glaziers will allow any night-born organization, created out. of the
spirit oi revenge, to step in ana tajce
the contracts that rightfully belong
to real union men."
Today's outbreak represents the
most serious labor trouble Chicago
has had to face since the lockout of
the building trades by the bosses' as
sociation. It is made all the more
dangerous because of the internal
strife in the Building Trades Council
brought out by O'Donnell linking
himself with Hearst.
The agreement between Hearst
and O'Donnell was made shortly after
MRS. PANKHURST HAS A FINE
CHANCE TO SPIEL NOT
New York, Oct. 15. Sheriff Har
burger, sheriff extraordinary of New
York, has accepted an invitation to
a seat on the stage at Madison
Square Garden Sunday night when
Mrs. Pankhurst, militant suffraget, is
expected to speak, but the sheriff has
issued a statement of what he will
not permit Mrs. Pankhurst to say,
so that the meeting may absolve it
self into a "silence period.", -
"I will attend as the- sheriff and a
believer in woman suffrage," gra
ciously announced Harburger. "I do
not, though, believe in militancy, nor
will I allow lecturing for the further
ance of militant views, seditious sen
timent, the burning of buildings, de
stroying of property, etc. Nor will I
tolerate anarchistic and nihilistic ut
terances, Pankhurstian government
al treasonableness, exposition of de
struction, a. Sodom and Gomorrah
the building bosses' lockout had been
settled in a manner detrimental to
the progress of union labor.
The members of the Building Con-
struction Employers' Association)
headed by Secretary Craig, were
much in favor of the Hearst special
trades union edition. They called it
"cementing" the relationship be
tween the employer and workingmen.
Just how much that relationship
was "cemented" can be determined
by this present trouble.
revivification, a senseless, crying -warfare."
If Mrs. Pankhurst is advised in
sufficient time she may be able to
entertain the sheriff with a little talk
on "The Proper Food for Canaries."
MRS. EATON STILL MAINTAINS
AIR OF CONFIDENCE
Plymouth, Mass., Oct. 15. Mrs
Jennie May Eaton, sitting in the lit
tle courtroom here, had to listen to v
the reading of the indictment against
her, charging her 'with the murder of '
her husband, Read Admiral Joseph C.
Eaton, by poison. Mrs. Eaton stilly
nfaintains her air of confidence.
Immediately after the formal open
ing of the trial, the prosecution was
granted permission to take the jurors
to the Eaton home at Assinippi. The
twelve men will visit all the points
that will be mentioned during the
trial. Mrs. Eaton waived her right
to accompany the jurors.
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