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WOMENVICTIMS TELL OF SHAMEFUL CHARGE-FORTY-SEVEN
DIE AT SEA ' IN SHIP CRASH 1
JAP STORIES UNFOUNDED, SAYS WILSON j)
THE DAY BOOK
An Adless Daily Newspaper,
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500 South Peoria St 398 By Mail, 50 Cents a Month.
VOL. 3, NCv104 Chicago, Friday, Jan. 30, 1914 ONE CENT
FACTORY INSPECTOR HOT ON TRAIL
OF BIG BUILDING CONCERN
Griffiths& Son Co, Concern To Be Forced To- Install
Safety Appliances That They Have Been Warned
About Repeatedly Nelson's Action May
Bring Officers of Concern Up on
Indictment by the present grand I
jury of one of two of" the biggest
building contractors in Chicago is
aimed at by, Oscar F. Nelson,, chief
state factory inspector
Jo'hh Griffiths & Son Co. officers
are the men he attacks and he
charges them with failure to install
required life-saving devices.
Five months now Nelson says. he.
has warned, instructed, and assisted
the company toward getting .guartfe
built around the bell cords of the slg-i
nal systems for hoisting apparatus.
The Griffiths concern has been shown
that Fuller & Fuller, Thompson &,
Starrett, Bergendahl & Bass, and,
practically every large building con
tractor in the city, with one excep
tion; is using these safeguards and
complying with ihe law.
Now Nelson says he is tired of
warning, instructing and assisting
Slid. d.Q.eitf .t 8ee any other course q