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ROCKEFELLER'S PLAN A DEMOCRACY DENIAL,
SAYS AMOS PINCHOT-GERMAN SUBMARINE
SINKS BRITISH SHIP LATEST WAR NEWS
THE DAY BOOK
An Adless Newspaper, DedSy Except Sunday
VOL. 5, NO. 12 Chicago, Monday, October 11, 1915 398 j
JOLTS THE BOSSES
Clothing House Men Violate Law in Letting Workers
Sleep in Factories Kennedy Says Healey Should
Not Be Allowed to Dmdge the Police Probe,
The clothing bosses' plan of turn
ing their shops into- lodging houses
for the strikebreakers as a cheaper
method than hiring taxis to take
them, home got a bump -today when
State Factory Inspector Oscar F. Nel
son filed charges against three firms
with Judge Flanagan in the municipal
court, charging violation of act
which prohibits people sleeping in
quarters where garments are made.
Nelson charges that a personal in
spection be made with deputies Fri
day night showed that 20 people were
sleeping in the shop of. the Scotch
Woolen Mills,. Halated and AdaraBj-15-
in Edw. EL Strauss' shops, 409 S. Mar
ket st, and 4 in the shops of the
Great Central Tailoring Co., 833 W.
Nelson says he will have deputies
out every night hunting violations of
this law and every firm found violat
ing it will be hauled in court.
While the city slept 2,000 strikers
met in Hod Carriers' hall at 4 o'clock
this morning and arranged the day's
picketing. Several sluggings were
reported before 7 o'clock nd a num
ber of'arrests were made. Two men.
were slugged in front of Lamm's and
twain. fxobt.'t ttRyaJ Tailors.