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note In The Day Book Friday. Labor
sees its old enemy hiding behind a
trumped-up religious issue; and the
newspapers' are 'trying to make the
fight on the grounds that the federa
tion or some of itsmembers have
lobbied in council. """" " -
NOCKLES CALLS STORY TRIBUNE
PRINTED A ROTTEN LIE
Edward Nockles, sec'y of the Chi
cago Federation of Labor, rapped as a
lie the story the Tribune carried yes
terday that the Teachers' Federation
was not connected with the Federa
tion of Labor.
"It is one of the rottenest stories
the Tribune has ever published, and
that is going some," said Nockles.
"However, we cannot expect any
thing else from the Tribune.
"It is vitally interested in the atti
tude which the mayor takes toward
the Teachers' Federation. It wouldLni. T. & M. plant today were 40 who
be obliged to pay triple the rent it
now pays if the federation's campaign
to protect the lands of school children
"We are behind the teachers and
will stick with them, no matter who
lines up against us."
Berlin, via Wireless to Sayville, L I.
Berlin newspapers warned young
girls of Germany not to follow Amer
ican Mormon missionaries, who have
been conducting "crusade" here and
are about to return to Utah.
Newton, N. J. Thousands of bush
els of huckleberries going to waste.
Winona Lake, Ind. Billy Sunday
and Mme. Schumann-Heink were to
day's attractions at Winona Bible
Conference. Wm. Jennings Bryan
will be headliner tomorrow.
Mt Vernon, N. Y. Full-grown deer
afforded motorists hour's fun, break
ing out of woods and loping through
main street Autoists chased it
New York. Associated college
newspaper publishers voted to bar
liquor ads from college papers of the
U. S. and Canada.
EMPLOYES OF WAR MUNITION
Chicago's first strike at a war mu
nitions factory was called today when
100 machinists walked out at the Illi
nois Tool & Machinery Co., 154 E.
"Let me right now slaughter the
bunk that is likely to appear in the
loop press that German agents insti
gated this strike," said Wm. Schom
berg, business agent of Machinists'
District Council, No. 8. "Let me say
in advance that that is a lie. The
union scale for tool and diemakers
is 492 cents an hour, for machinists
43 cents an hour. The Illinois Tool
& Machinery Co. scale is about 9
cents an hour lower.
"We want the regular union scale
and recognition of the union agree
Ones most anxious to strike at the
were not union members until after
they walked out
The immediate grievance against
the company is its alleged threat to
break up the union in its plant and
the firing of 30 union sympathizers
Strikes will be called in four other
plants next week if union wages and
conidtions are not granted.
BAR ON STRIKERS DENIED
Judge Arnold today denied the in
junction asked for by Graham & Dan
iels, boss dry cleaners, who say pick
ets and organizer are disturbing
them. Morris Daniels was asked by
Judge Arnold to explain how Busi
ness Agent Riordan or others are
"making trouble." After Daniels' re
ply the court said he couldn't see
where the union men are acting be
yond their rights as citizens and he
would deny writ of injunction.
o o .
A western ranchman hurled from
an automobile landed squarely on tie
back of a calf and was uninjured. But
the poor beast suffered a broken
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