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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, June 18, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 1

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LAST- EDITION
- ONE CENT
HOLD JOHN D.JR. GUILTY OF MURDER
IN LETTERS SENT HIM BY NOTED WRITERS
TH E DAY BOOK
An Adless Newspaper, Dady Except Sunday -,
VOL 4, NO-223 Cfiicago, Friday, June fS5
396
A LIGHT BREAKS IN ON
STREET CAR OWNERS
iThey Say They Have New, Weals "Will Chicago Set a
New Pace for America in the Street Railway
, Arbitration?
3Y N. D. COCHRAN
On what basis shall the street railway arbitrators
figure An determining fair wages for the employes?
Bet's consider it from the standpoint of the public
good, rather than from the merely selfish standpoint of
the workers themselves.
I In his determined stand for fair arbitration Mayor
Thompson took the position that he was representing
the entire population of Chicago, whose rights as citi
zens of this community were affected quite as much as
the property rights of the owners of the railways and of
the human rights of the employes.
t So far, sa good. Now the-enfire czfhenship-ot-CIu'
bttteawwaft . . , ,

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