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BULGARIA-GREECE READY FOR WAR
MOTHER JONES FLAYS JOHNJ. JR.
THE DAY BOOK
An Adless Newspaper, Daily Except Sunday
VOL. 4, NO. 304 Chicago, Thiirsday, Sept 23, 1915
TEACHERS' UNION WINS
BY COURT WRIT
Right to Have Union Upheld by Judge (y.Connor dn '
Temporary Injunction Jake Loeb Blocked A'
Case Now Goes to Higher Courts.
LIVELY ACTION PROMISED ON
; TEACHERS' INCREASES
Ass't State's Att'y Frank Johnston
and school board attorney, 'Angus
Roy Shannon, agree in statements to
The Day Book that things stand now
just as though the Loeb rule had not
been passed. The board of education
has tried to hold-back automatic in
creases of salary coming to the 500
teachers who refuse to sign ar pledge
withdrawing from the" Teachers' Fed
eration. If the board stands pat on
this after Judge O'Connor's injunc
tion is issued there wul be lively ac-
Judge O'Connor today told the
board df education to keep hands off
the Teachers' Federation.
The Loeb-Ro'thman rule, passed by
11 votes against 9, is wiped out The,
court's writ will stop the board from
enforcing the ruje.
Things stand now as they did in
this matter before Jake Loeb started
,his move to crush the federation by
compelling all teachers to sign a
pledge they don't belong to the teach?
ere, the Siafo street-Stores-and thg