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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, December 13, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 1

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ONE CENT--ONE CERT
ALL TODAH NEWS IN A NUTSHELL
EASY TO BEAD ON GAR GOING HOME
THE DAY BOOK
An Adless Newspaper, Daily Except Sunday
VOL. 5, NO. 65 Chicago, Monday, December 13, 1915
398
STATE BOARD SCORES
CLOTHING HOG!
Greatest Blame Laid on Manufacturers for Failure to
Arbitrate in Garment Strike New Way to Action
Pointed Out to Strikers.
Scoring the clothing bosses for re
fusing to arbitrate in the garment
workers' strike, the state board of ar
bitration has pointed out a way by
which the strikers can force the big
manufacturers to a showdown, t
If twentyrfive strikers will sign a
petition for action the board promises
to haje a hearing under way in three
days. J.'G. Grossberg, attorney for
the, board, made this statement today
and. explained the -steps necessary for
members of the union to take.
So. far the union iaa not signed 3
petition because the law -says the sig
natures must be those'tof men work
ing and about to strike. The union
has thought it inadvisable to put 25
men back to work, in order to have
the position signed.
Now, however, according to Gross
berg, it may be possible to get action
on a petition signed by men already
on strike. The matter could be
taken to the courts immediately and
a decision would be secured on the
validity of such a petition.
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