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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 06, 1913, Image 1',
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WO. D; ROCKEFELLERS PHILANTHROPY WILL,
REDEEM MILUONS TO MAZE HIM RICHER" y
THE MY BOOK
AnAdless Daily Newspaper.
N. D.vCocnranA rrffer Tel" Monroe 353'
Editor and Publisher, 'flp Automatic 51-422,
500 South Peoria $t. , 398 By Mail, 50 Cents a Month.
VOL.3, NO. 34
Chicago, Thursday, Nov. 6, 19t3
ENTIRE STATE MILITIA CALLED TO
RULE IN STREET CAR STRIKE
'Indianapolis Wilt Probably Be Under Martial Law Be
fore Night Four Already Killed in Riots Indica-
tioxts Are T$htippldiersi Will Aid' Car Com
" ' pamesMbVe Bloodshed Expected.
1ndfanabjbj&nrlaf NoV.-.6r-Tlie 'entire state militia lias been ordered
out b$$ftvernor. jRapn4pd.'it is expected that the city will be under
marjaeireighlJieci.u6e of the local street car strike.
feur Jtf&pelbeen iim$ And a score injured in rioting, due to the
compaii5o1pfim'iwp hundred and fifty' strikebreakers from
Chte(go bylc'trJniislrig ad feeding 'them at the company's
barngiatMi pliihem ajd The strikers demanded $2.88 a day for
nhurapBc. fyJ ' "
That thSmiHy " Ordered o?it -for the purpose of breaking the
strikejwould -B$eibJtO;8tee)pThport of the: report-that attempts will be made
to run cars under, gtiard of the troop's. Judging by the riots 'that followed,
similar attempts with "police protection, further bloodshed is possible.
.All interests except union labor tirged, martial law. The- business men
who" refused to act as deputies because- they feared for their personal safety
when the, police would notlguard the. cats, were the most persistent in det
manding troops, declaring that the tie-Up in traffic has cut their trade toa
third of normal.
The car company has refused to. consider arbitration. They declaifl