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Editorial Monroe 3J.
VOL 4, NO. 123 Chicago, Saturday, E eb. 20, 1915 ONE CENT
WELL-FED CHICAGOANS HEAR SORE
HOT SHOTS FIRED BY WALSH.
Chairman of Industrial Relations Commission Rips Into
Low Wage Payers and Charity Workers Before"
City Club Members Nampc Classes Guilty v 4, ,
1 of-Econqmic.-Abuses J
Not sfiwe the days or John P, Alt
geld has,an audience o well-fed Chi
cago people listened to such, fierce
accusations as those of Frank P.
Walsh, chairman T7. S, industrial re
lations commission, at the City club:
lunchepn this noon. He hit prinoipat
ly at low wages of big employers and
atthe charity workers. -'Here are the
hot shots of his speech:
"I hold that every organization we
havafor good should strike a blow
at the main offender- Low wages
ef living for a thinking and aiSfrng
"I agree with Henry Ford thitfthe
sane and well-nurtured person in
stinctively good and primarily be$ftst
"Men guilty of economic abuafefof
gain may be divided into these $pe'
ee: Those who, by corruption, -seoura
franchises and other special privi
leges tt exploit entire comm(u$tfeti
the men who, by similar method se
cure a srip on tend and other natural
resources, to selfishly exploit the
and the resultant indecent standard 1 same or hold it away from the Mi-of