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of lawlessness against both sides. There'll be a show down, William.
And you ought to know, when you read the papers, that they are giving
the manufacturers the best of it, and that the papers are lying to theif
They are trying to keep you out of this fight. They want you to keep
your eyes shut while your police force and the hired sluggers and gunmen
of the clothing hogs brutally beat the men and women garment workers
You say you MIGHT do something if the garment workers would re-t
fraln from picketing and violence for a week.
Good Lord, Bill, the clothing hogs couldn't ask for anything softer
than that Hasn't it occurred to YOU that HIRED SLUGGERS CAN DO
THE VIOLENCE AND HAVE THE NEWSPAPERS BLAME IT ON THE
Why not be fair and insist that YOUR police and the hiredsluggers re
frain from violence for a week?
Or, better still, why not quit trying to dodge the issue and grab it with
This town is stirred up, Bill. The'kept press can't get away with itsj
rotten game of trying to suppress the truth and color the news to pleaso
the clothing hogs.
The Day Book is in town, Bill, and is printing -the truth. .That's where
mc jjcupic o.lc imuiiig uui w ii a.1 is realty going on.
It's your move, Bjll. Grab the ball and go i
uo it yourself and DO IT NOW. Sincerely,
N. D. COCHRAN, EDITOR THE DAY BOOK.
YOU CAN HELP MAi2e?GARMENT STRIKERS'
FUND GROW BY CONTRIBUTING A BIT
go right through the center
Frances Crane Lillie $250.00
Leo Finger 5.00
Harry Huizinga ZOO
W. S. W.
A. E. Jones . . .
A. L K
Friend of Workers 1.00
Nathon Osheraiko 50
Frank Conte 50
Chas. Pacelle 50
Joe Notaro 25
Day Book employes 11.00
Morris Gerber, with stand at Van
Buren and Halsted, Frank Conte,
stand outside Halsted "L" station,
Chas. Pacelle, Harrison and Halsted,
and Joe Nataro, Harrison and Ra
cine, all hustling newsies, blew into
JThe Day Book office today and hand- J S. Peoria, Chicago, DL.
ed. over their help toward the Strik
ing Garment Workers' Fund. Every
one of 'em expressed a wish that
they might do more for their broth
er union workers.
Harry Huizinga shoots in a check
for two dollars. No letter was includ
ed. None was needed. The check
spoke "loudly for Huizinga.
O. W., who" says he or she is a
Rebel, writes: "I appreciate what you
are doing for the working man. You
are disturbing the working man's
sleep. Keep at him till he wakes up."
He indicates that more folks should
"wake up" and come through with
their help in the strikers' fund.
"A Friend of the Workers' merely
says, "I wish my dollar contribution
might be more."
Send contributions for the Strik
ing Garment Workers' Fund to The
Strike Fund Editor, Day Book, 500
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