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ONE CENT-THE DAY BOOK -ONE CENT
BIG BIZ BULLDOZING
Information comes to The Day Book
that some large employers are trying
to coerce employes into voting for
Hughes. Sorrie are having noon-day
meetings with none but Hughes
speeches. Some are having superin
tendents and foremen give out
Hughes buttons. They are trying in
a milder form the coercion tactics
Mark Hanna used in 1896.
No employe need obey his boss in
the voting booth. How YOU vote is
nobody's business but your own.
Even if you have to wear Hughes
buttons to hold your job, your boss
can't look over your shoulder in the
voting booth and .see how you vote.
If your boss wants you to vote for
Hughes it is because he thinks
Hughes will do more for him than he
will for YOU.
BREAD HELPS OUT LOTS
Bakers' and Confectioners' union
No. 2 is sending 100 loaves of bread
daily to the striking cement workers
of La Salle.
"Since the state federation . Con
vention we have been sending this
bread every day," said Sec'y Tony
NO PEACE WITHIN TWO YEARS
NOT BEFORE 1921, SAYS
New York, Nov. 4. Roy W. How
ard, president of the United Press,
after a visit to England, France and
Germany, where he had personal in
terviews with the leaders, says he
finds on neither side of the war the
slightest evidence of approaching
peace. "In no country," he says, "is
there any indication that the strug
gle can be determined within the
next two years." Lord Northcllffe
tells the British not to calculate on
peace within five years. Howard
says each side understands the
strength of the other and that nei
ther is in any humor to yield.
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60 CAUGHT BY MINE BLAST
Birmingham, Ala., Nov. 4. More
than 60 entombed by explosion in
Bessie mines. U. S. rescue bureau
rushing men to scene.
Fair tonight and Sunday; slightly
colder tonight; gentle to moderate
variable winds. Temperature Friday
High, 59; low, 51.
N. D. COCHRAN.
500 SOUTH PEORIA ST.,
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