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"WATCH WHO IS MAKING IT GROW" THAT'S
, UUK SLOGAN FOR THE STRIKERS' FUND
Conrad L. Friberg .T.-... . ..$ 1.00
Adolph Innerfield 2.00
L. J. S 2.00
A Swede 10
Theo. Johnson 1.00
Sam Druck 1.00
A Spaniard 50
An Irishman 50
A. M. A 3.00
Geo. Marshall 1.00
Socialist Woman's League:
29th Ward Socialists 5.00
Scandinavian Socialist Fed.. . 3.00
Irving Park German Branch. 2.00
Math Straka 2.00
24th Ward Socialists 3.00
Lettish Branch 15.50
Lithuanian Branch No. 37.
Northwest Y. P. S. L.
Bohemian branch, Grand Crossing,
"The capitalists work hard and
use all their energy In wringing the
dolalrs from the workers, hiring slug
gers when they strike for better con
ditions an dhigher wages and pre
venting them from organizing,"
wrote Conrad L. Friberg. "And they
say the Socialists are a bunch of
thieves because they are striving for
a new social svstem whpr pvpto
workingman wil receive the full pro-
auce or nis moor."
Send contributions to Strike Fund
Editor, Day Book, 500 S. Peoria,
Total received today . . $
Received first two days of
this week 486.20
Previously turned over to
the strikers 1,001.29
Total received $1,540.44
The Socialist Women's league to
day sent $40.85 to The Day Book for
the garment workers' strike fund.
This makes $107.37 in less than a
week from Chicago Socialist bodies.
The different organizations which
chipped in on the $40.85 pot brought
in today are printed above. If we
bring together the other various con
tributions from Socialist sources we
have the following correct list of So
Socialist Women's league (pre
ious donation), $10; Italian branch,
Cicero, $7.50; 15th ward branch,
$5.32; 18th ward branch, $12.35;
23d ward branch, $3; 27th ward
branch. S23.25: Bohemian Wnmnn's
branch, $3; Scandinavian Karl Marx J
7.35 WHAT'S THE MATTER, TRIB,
DON'T YOU KNOW REAL NEWS?
When Julius Rosenwald, the mail
order millionaire, offered $50,000,
conditionally, to the Chicago Wom
an's club, the Tribune played it right
on the front page yesterday.
When Mrs. Chatfield-Taylor was
too ill to attend the opera the Tribune
printed a story about it, also on the
But when Trustee Max Loeb wrote
a letter to the editor the Tribune
telling some strong facts about the
fight on the teachers' union it was
stuck away at the bottom of the
eighth naee in a department railed
"The Voice of the People."
Here the Tribune printed the let
ter without a "head" to attract atten
tion to the story. The Tribune did
not want attention attracted to the
words of Max Loeb.
It attacked the Jacob Loeb rule,
which prohibits teachers from be
longing to a protective organization.
The Illinois Manufacturers' ass'n
likes the Loeb rule. Th t at a
advertises, so the Tribune likes the
I. M. A.
And the Trib "buried" the inter-
club, $5; North Side Y. P. S. L., $2; view of the school board trustee in
N. W. Harris, $1; Russian branch, $5; "The Voice of the People." ' 4