PROBE POISONING OF
PATIENTS AT OAK
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RAPIDITY OF GUN USE
A BIG FACTOR IN THE
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VOL.3, NO. 214
Chicago, Tuesday, June 9, 1914
TEACHERS' FEDERATION WILL TAKE
PART IN "MORE CLEAN PLAY" MOVE
Margaret Haley Says the "Big Idea" Will Be Taken Up
at Teachers Meeting Suggests Wider Use of
Schools Hoyne In Favor of Plenty of Play.
(Margaret Haley is one of the real
ly big women of the country. As
business agent of the Chicago Teach-,
ere' Federation she has become fam
ous through the human, progressive
fights she has made. Editor The
BY MARGARET HALEY
The demand of Editor Cochran for
"more play and fun" for the boys is
a big idea. It should be given serious
consideration. I'm going to take it
up at the meeting of the Chica'go
It is a sad commentary on the
great City of Chicago that it is left
for a boy whose youth and boyhood
they are robbing him of, to call the
attention of the people to the need
of a place to play. I think Chicago
ought to erect a monument to the
boy who had the courage to call the
people's attention to it.
It is one of the proofs that we need
the mother element in our city gov
ernment we need the maternal in
stinct to secure for these children the
rights of childhood.
For ourteen or fifteen years the
Teachers' Federation has been clam
oring to have the schools 'used and
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