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THE DAY BOOK
An Adless Daily Newspaper,
N. -D. Cochran, . gaBgaafr Tel. Monroe 353.
Editor and Publisher. i Automatic 51-422.
500 South Peoria St. 398 By Mail, 50 Cents a Month
VOL.3, NO. 77
Chicago, Monday, Dec. 29, 1913
Denounces Forcible Deportation of Moyer and Tanner,
and Blames Owners of Copper Mines for Loss of
Life in Christmas Eve Panic Strong
Speeches by Labor Leaders.
i The spirits of the seventy-two children and eight adults who were
murdered in the Calumet, Mich., fire panic seemed to hover over the im-
presslve mass meeting of protest held by organized labor yesterday after-
r . And out of the sadness and horror of that holocaust there arose a
I fierce determination to win this strike for the striking miners of Upper
(P This determination was intensified by the speeches of President John
H. Walker, of the Illinois State federation of Labor; of Yanco Terzich, who
has fought and suffered with the Michigan strikers; of Charles H. Tanner,
k who was President Mover's companion at the time of the shooting of the
And when Emraett Flood suggested that union labor protect itself by
force if necessary a riot of applause broke out that lasted several minutes.
Other stirring speeches were made by LieuL-Gov. Barratt O-'Hara, At
torney Frank Comerford, President John Fitzpatrick of the Chicago Fed
eration of Labor, and Claude 0. .Taylor, president of the Michigan State
Federation of Labor.
A sensation was created by the arrival of a messenger from Tymoies,
a Finnish paper, printed in Hancock, '-Mich., with information concerning