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can be done to stop more raw work
of the same kind in the future.
Theodore W. Robinson, vice pres
ident Illinois Steel Co., and State Sen
ator Richard J. Barr of Joliet are
said to have been named by Miss Ha
ley in allegations of their activities
in Springfield. When .evidence is col
lected by the state's attorney's office
it will show some things not gener
ally known about how the Illinois
Manufacturers' ass'n works at the
state legislature. The association led
in the killing of child labor and eight
hour women's laws in the last ses
sion. Its pet measure, the Cooley
bill, was beaten chiefly through the
fight led on it by the Teachers' Federation.
BITS OF NEWS
Mrs. Scott Durand's $51,000 herd
ofcattle is safe for awhile at least
State inspectors who went to kill
them for hoof and mouth disease to
day were served with an injunction.
Fire at John Walsh Teaming Co.,
1846 Taylor. Blaze threatened Cubs,'
Edmund Doran, 4457 N. Lincoln,
fired from police force few days ago
for staying home without cause. Shot
self in head. Dead.
Richard Johnson thought three
robbers who tried to hold him up
were college students. Badly beaten.
George Williams sentenced to 75
days in jail for stealing 50,000 cigar
ettes from freight car.
Nellie Doyle filed two suits for $25,
000 each in court Names two-out-of-town
men. Refuses to talk.
SETTLEMENT PROSPECTS GOOD
A Robinson, business agent Ma
chinists' union, announced that the
strike of machinists against three
plants was likely to be settled in the
next few days. Metal District Coun
cil of Chicago approved of a resolu
tion backing the machinists' strike
both financially and morally. ".
The trail is leading to the Illinois
That's the organization that wants
to run the public schools of Chicago;
And train the children to become
wage slaves of the manufacturers.
But who are the "philanthropists"
who staked Myer Stein to the coin
to hand members of the senate com
mittee? Are they members of the III. Mfg.
By the way, Sam Ettelson's in
again. He now belongs to Loeb, Roth
mann, Stein and Ettelson fighters
of organized school teachers.
The answer is for ALL teachers to
join the federation.
Don't sit back and let the federa
tion members do all of YOUR fight
ing for you.
The only chance to lick the teach
ers lies in dividing their ranks.
Gee whiz, the old Trib has stepped
on the corns of Big Biz.
That fool editorial insulting the
entire south has raised the dickens
They say Chicago traveling men
are kept busy now apologizing to the
And trying to convince the south
thai the voice of the Trib isn't the
voice of Chicago.
Andy Lawrence got the Hearst pa
pers in the same kind of a jam, with
Labor on one side of 'em and Big Biz
on the other.
only morning paper that is giving the
school teachers a square deal, or any
where near it
And the Journal is the only evening
trust paper that attempts to be fair.
The Trib is sure some swashbuck
ler since Maje McCormick jined the
We can almost hear Jim Keeley
I chuckling up las sleeve, ,