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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, October 25, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 1',
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GREECE ASKED TO DECIDE STAND
THE DAY BOOK
An Adless Newspaper, Daily Except Sunday
VOL 5, NO. 24 Chicago, Monday, October 25, 1915 398H
SHAME ON THE BOSSES'
COIN TO BE SHOWN
Women Walk n On Mayor and Demand Action In the
Garment Strike Three rof Trust Press Slap at . '
Manufacturers Mayor Says "PR See f
What I Can Do."
Big features of garment strike to
day: Chairman Utpatel, council media
tion -committee, goes to Mayor
Thompson, saying all city protection
should be taken away from garment
millionaires till they arbitrate.
Facts of sluggings by private police
laid before mayor, but he says he's
got to "take it under advisement"
Buck anti-slugger ordinance will
win when voted on a week from to-
night, say aldermen.
Sidney Hillman, president gar
ment workers' union, says forces in
better shape Joday than any timq.
Three newspapers, Herald, Trib
une and Post, have all rebuked man
ufacturers and said there ought to be
arbitration. Hearst's Examiner only
one playing manufacturers' game.
Judge LaBuy says he exercised
"discretionary power" when he
wouldn't give strikers jury trial.
Doesn't answer charge of Att'y Cohen
that he was "biased and prejudiced."
Hundreds of strikers along with
Chicago Political Equality league
women sell National News, money to
go to strike fund.
Manufacturers fined before Judge
Flannlganfqfrbreftking qnild labor
since-strike started, .
. land lflbhour laro. ."
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