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AUSTRIA MAY ASK SEPARATE PEACE
BIRTH CONTROL FIGHT MAY GO TO CONGRESS
MINISTERS LINE UP AGAINST CLOTHING MEN
THE DAY BO
An Adless Newspaper, Dally Except Sunday
VOL. 5, NO. 53 Chicago, Monday, November 29, 1915 398
COURT BLOCKS FIGHT
ON SCHOOL TEACHERS
'Judge Sullivan Refuses to Dissolve Injunction Against
Loeb Rule Says Federation's Enemies Are
Strangely Silent in Court.
The teachers' union won again.
Judge Sullivan in the superior court
today turned down the Jake Loeb
bunch of the .school board when they
asked to have the injunction against
the Loeb rule dissolved.
"Nothing has 'been shown in the
trial of this case which would tend to
prove that the Chicago Teachers'
Federation has a harmful influence
on the school system," declared the
udge when, he ruled.
The ruleitself says that the feder-
terests of the schools, but the plain
tiffs have introduced nothing to prove
In other words, while the Loeb fac
tion have through its mouthpieces,
the Baldwin committee and the trust
press, friends of the interests which
the teachers fought, have been slap
ping charge after-charge at the union,
not a piece of evidence was brought
into court to prove these statements.
The judge ruled that as the teach
ers belonging to the union : looked
good enough fpr-he sehool -when -
$tion operates, against the good Jib-' they weqe-ejected last foil. tha -fiea?
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