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"LAST EDITION " " ONE CENT
WHO PROFITS BY BIG LAND MOVES?
ALLIES MAKE GREAT GAINS AT DARDANELLES
THE DAY BOOK
An Adless Newspaper, Dady Except Sunday
VOL 4, NO. 280 Chicago, Wednesday, August 25, 1915 398 H '
ON PUBLIC SCHOOLS
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Destruction of Teachers' Federation Means That Polit
ical Heelers Will Make Teachers Jobs the Spoils ,
of Ward Politics Why Some Interests
Are Sore at Teachers.
BY N. D. COCHRAN
If politicians on the school board succeed in destroy
ing the Teachers Federation the public schools of Chi
cago will e slammed right back into the mack of party
politics the very worst thing that could happen to the
For the teachers' organization has not only protected
the teachers themselves, but has protected the schools
and the children, too.
Political bosses don't want school teachers organized
tfor when each teacher is protected by her organiza