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Newspaper Page Text
BUSINESS MEN AGAINST MANDEL'
SUB-BASEMENT-SEE FIRE DANGER
THE DAY BOOK
An Adless Newspaper, Daily Except Sunday
VOL. 5, NO. 68 Chicago, Thursday, December 16, 1915 3980gj
WAGES AND HOURS ARE
BETTERED BY STRIKE
Workers Lose Out On Recognition of Union Two
Garment Shops Take Back Strikers Others
Dickering 48-hour Week Granted With
Pay of Old 52-hour Week.
ON INSIDE PAGES
Police Department and Politics
Called Bed Partners.
Aid. Kennedy Operates on Our
Strike Fund Grows.
Prospects of Railroad Strike Settle
Biggest Baseball War Still to Come.
Discovered! T. R.'s Name for Wilson.
Business Men Kick on Mandel Bros.'
With millions of dollars of trade al
ready lost for this season and with
losses piling higher every day, indi
vidual clothing manufacturers are
now meeting union shop committees
on strike settlement.
Lamm & Co. and Myer Bros, took
back their striking workers today.
Instead of a 52 and 54-hour week
there will be a 48-hour week. A new
wage scale goes in. Strikers will get
the same pay for the new shortweek