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ONE CENT-THE DAY BOOK-ONE CENT
know much more about Dunne, ex
cept that he hasn't been as progres
sive as governor as he was as mayor
of Chicago. The Day Book isn't
particularly interested in either
Dunne or Brinton, but ihe tactics of
the Sullivan Tammany don't make
much of an appeal to the voter who
isn't a factional Democrat, however
much they may please the "Republi
can bosses who want to recapture
the state and also those who want
to defeat Wilson.
WALKER STATEMENT TAKES A
RAP AT BRINTON
John H. Walker, president Illinois
Federation of Labor, stated today
that Wm. Brinton, who is running
against Dunne for Democratic nomi
nation for governor, started his busi
ness career as a U. S. marshal, using
revolvers against coal miners strik
ing for a shorter workday. Brinton
is head of Detour Plow Co., in Dixon,
is a member of the RL Manufactur
ers' ass'n, has always choked off
unionishi among his workers, ac
cording to Walker, who quotes from
the Chicago Time and Chicago Tri
bune of June, 1894,, to s.bow Brinton
called for state troops, arrested 24
alleged rioters in one day, loaded
them on cars and sent them to
"T. R. OUT OF DATE," SAYS IDA
TARBELL LAUDS WILSON
New York, Sept 11 "Theodore
Roosevelt is out of date," Ida Tarbell,
magazine writer and economist, said
today in declaring for President W2-.
son. He does not and never aas
fully understood what the progres
sives are fussing about," Mies' Tar
bell said. "And there never has been
one of them who could tell him so
that he could get the idea. President
Wilson is the first real progressive
this decade hs prtfducecL"
WHAT'S IN A NAME?
By Jim Manee
"What's in a name? You often hear.
The man in front may ; be named
A white man may be Mister Black,
And vice versa, that's a fac'.
In Washington a lawyer firm
Would swallow quite a gob
If 'tweren't for "what is in a name."
Their name is Robb and Robb.
P. S. But when they call a baby
Lily and then she grows to weigh 200
pounds nuf ced!
Co-operative cafeteria boosters
meet tonight at 8, 162 N. Dearborn,
Room 310. All readers of Day Book
'Chicago Watchmakers' Brother
hood, Local 15212, will meet and ac
cept new members on Tuesday, Sept.
12, at 180 W. Washington St., Room
401, at 8 p. m.
GLAD TO CORRECT IT!
Mrs. Ida L. Fursman, president
Chicago Teachers' Federation, wish
es The Day Book to correct an er
roneous statement in The Day Booty
Saturday. The Day Book's informa
tion was inaccurate. Mrs. Fursman
did not mention nor refer in any way'
whatever in hex speech to Ida T.
Schottenfels, nor the Whitney school
nor Principal Coles.
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up iu. auuve mantel.
Partly cloudy tonight and Tues
day; not much change ""in temper
ature; gentle variable winds. Tem
perature Sunday-i-Hif h, 71j Jow, $fc