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URGE CHICAGO BONDS BE MADE REAL MONEY
ENGLISH WOMAN'S DEATH HELPS RECRUITING
BIG TAXDODGERS 5AVE INTEREST ON MONET
THE DAY BOOK
An Adless Newspaper, Daily Except- Stmday
VOL 5, NO. 23 Chicago, Saturday, October 23, 1915 398
WIN POINTS BEFORE
Order Against Sluggers Passed Wm, O. Thompson
Tells State Charities Strikers Are Underfed Judge
LaBuys Tactics Up to Chief Justice Olson
5,000 Girls and Women Parade.
High new points in big garment
strike today are: "
With 28 thrown into lousy police
cells last night, total arrests now 454.
All private police on strike duty
will be put out of business if city
council makes law of an. order passed
by council police committee today by
11 to 2. It will put sluggers and gun
men hired by employers off streets.
Blacklisted men, underpaid wid
ows, exploited working girl told
their stories to council arbitration
Wm. 0. Thompson, former attor
ney U. S. industrial relations com
mission and law partner of John P.
Altgeld, tells State Charities Conf.,
Danville, Chicago garment workers
are people who don't get enough pay
to buy nourishing food and they are
striking to get decent food to put in
side their stomachs.
Benjamin E. Cohen, attorney