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LABOR OFFICIALS RIDICULE
STAND OF LOCAL PAPERS
Officials of the Chicago Federation
of Labor, aroused at the "righteous
indignation" of railway officials over
the failure of arbitration -with their
employes, question the sincerity of
Chicago papers who have been howl
ing editorially for arbitration.
The following telegram has been
sent to President Wilson;
"President Woodrow Wilson, White
House, Washington, D. C. The Chi
cago newspapers, particularly the
Tribune, Herald, News and Post, will
be exceedingly bitter because of your
attitude in the railroad situation as
regards arbitration, which we under
stand it to be, that you are agreed
that arbitration should apply to
property right always but to hu
man rights never. Pour years ago
we had a signed agreement between
the Chicago Newspaper Publishers'
ass'n and the Printing Trades to ar
bitrate any difference which might
arise. The publishers broke that
agreement, locked out the employes
and teetotally refused to arbitrate.
. They are in a ridiculous position
when they critieifce you on the ques
tion of arbitration. John Fitzpat
rick, President; E. W. Nockels, Sec'y,
Chicago Federation of Labor."
HOYNE PROBES GIRL'S STORY
""OF AUTOISTS ATTACK
State's Att'y Hoyne today began
an investigation into the identity of
the autoist who attacked Florence
Jacobsen, 1423 N. Western av., on a
lonely road near the "House That
Jack Built." Early Monday morning
the girl was rescued by Melvin Wads
worth and his wife of Austin, after
they heard her screaming as they
were driving near in their car. They
took the girrhome in their auto, al
though the man in the other car
threatened them with a revolver.
The girl, whose clothes were nearly
torn off, said she had accepted the
man's invitation to an auto ride, al
though "She -didn't know him, and
that after a brief stop at an inn, he '
drove into the lonely road and tried
to mistreat her.
X man giving the name of E. B.
Campbell, 139 S. Clark street, was
arrested today. He said he was a
lawyer. His name does not appear
in the lawyer's directory.
MARGARET HALEY SUES TRIB,
One year ago yesterday the Chi
cago Tribune took a rap at Margaret
Haley, business agent of the Chicago
Teachers' Federation. The story'
was untruthful, says Miss Haley, and
she visited Walter Howey, city editor,
and asked him to retract.
She gave the Trib a year to do so
and yesterday sued the paper for
$50,000, alleging lHJeL
On Aug. 24, 915, the Trib told
how the school management com
mittee of the board of education was '
-considering means to hit the teach
ers. When the news of the story
was played out, the Tribune began
to say things about Miss Haley.
The story declared that in 1907
Miss' Haley, according to some un
named source of information, was
drawing pay from the schools as a
teacher, altnough she was not doing
work in'the schools and at the same
time was getting a salary from the
Chicago Teachers' Federation.
Miss Haley didn't see the article
for over a month after it was printed
because the Tribune picked out a day
when she was out of town to attack t
About ten minutes after her atten
tion was called to the yarn Miss Ha
ley was on her way. to the Tribune
office. She told Howey that the story
was wrong and asked him where he
got the facts. He said they came
irom the "morgue" of the pap'er,
where old stories about public char
acters are kept -
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Paris. French soldiers ordered to
shave beards. May-wear only mustaches.