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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 09, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 3

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commission, if additional revenue is
needed by the government.
Fifth Secure the passage by con
gress of an act, or the initiation of a
constitutional amendment, providing
specifically that the courts shall NOT
be allowed to declare laws unconsti
tutional shall NOT be allowed to
veto acts of the legislature.
Sixth Obtain the enactment of a
federal law prohibiting the interstate
shipment of armed guards and of
machine .guns and cannon except
when consigned to military authorities.
WALSH HEADS BODY OF THOSE
FOR FAIR DEAL WITH LABOR
New York, Nov. 9. A permanent
committee on industrial relations was
formed yesterday to give the labor
ing man, whether he is in the ranks
of organized labor or outside, a
square deaL Prank P. Walsh is to
head the committee. Men associated
with him when he was chairman of
the federal commission on industrial
relations and other men of labor
sympathies have accepted member
ship. John Fitzpatrick, president of.
Chicago Federation of Labor, and
Agnes Nestor of the Women's Trade
Union league will be associated with
Mr. Walsh. Headquarters will be in
Washington.
Walsh cited working conditions
among employes of the Pullman
company as one of the situations re
quiring remedial legislation.
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NOW THAT ITS EXPLAINED WE
FEEL LOTS BETTER
New York, Nov. 9. The hen isn't
doing her full duty these days. She
is putting on her autmun feathers
and is out of sorts generally. Inci
dentally she's waiting for pullets of
1915 to become regular hens and
when this day arrives she will start
right in again laying eggs with some
degree of regularity.
These are reasons, according to
commission men and wholesale and
retail dealers in eggs, why the con
sumer is obliged to pay all the way
from 32 cents per dozen for cold stor
age eggs to 71 and 72 cents per doz
en for fancy white eggs. Many folks
who don't know the difference are
handing up 60 cents a dozen for cold
storage eggs.
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RELATIONS WITH ENGLAND
NEARING CRISIS
Washington, Nov. 9. England and
the U. S. are gradually closing toward
deadlock, with arbitration in offing,
over British trade interferences was
opinion of many officials today as
sentiment formed regarding this gov
ernment's note to England.
Future detention of American
ships or cargoes, it is now believed,
will develop controversy into con
crete issue. From official sources it
was learned today that administra
tion regards last note as final and un
alterable declaration of principles. It
serves notice that this- government
will not recognize British blockade of;
Germany.
' London. Two British vessels, Bu
resk and, Glenmoore, and Japanese
vessel Yasukuni Maru destroyed by
German submarine. Crews saved.
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