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od. We believe we have shown it
and the future will justify it"
Rev. Fred A. Moore of the Church
of the Redeemer said he couldn't
see where membership in a labor
union is a drawback- to a school
teacher. If anything, a teacher is
broader, more human and a better
all-round teacher, for belonging to
the organized labor movement, in
Max Loeb, appointee of Mayor
Thompson to the school board,
wanted to know, why the teachers
had been in tne labor movement 14
years, but that not until lately that
organized efforts have been made to
destroy the organization of teachers.
It is organization of any kind that
the enemies of the Teachers Fed
eration are opposed to in Chicago, as
Victor- Olander of the Illinois Feder
ation of Labor sees it. The Haiey-
Fursman group would be equally of
fensive under any sort of affiliation
provided they made the same "sort of
enemies they have m the past
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QOUNCILMEN WANT COMPLETE
ELECTRIFICATION OF I. C.
Electrification of the entire Chi
cago terminal of the Illinois Central
was insisted' upon by some mefQ;
Jjers of the council committee oh
railwav terminals Friday when A. S.
Baldwin, chief engineer of the road,Hay.
explained its proposition involving
only suburban trains.
After some argument between
Baldwin, Att'y Walter Fisher and
councilmen, the committee adopted
a resolution calling on the L C. to
bring in a proposition for general
The committee received a letter
from the Woman's City club asking
that no plan for a new. Illinois Cen
tral terminal be approved unless it
. provides for electrification.
B. L. Wilcox, 6423 Harper av.f par
alyzed while driving auto at 64th and
Cottage Grove av. Auto hit car; no
TWENTY CLUBS WILL LIKELY
TILT NEW YEAR'S LID
It is' likely that about twenty so
cieties, composed of citizens of for
eign descent, will be given special 3
a. m. bar permits for New Year's
City Collector Chas. J. Forsberg,
who, on instructions from Mayor
Thompson, has refused to issue any
bar permits to dancing clubs in loop
hotels and outlying gardens, made
public Friday, the list of other organ
izations which will receive permits.
He read the list at a meeting of coun
cil license body and was told that all
of the- societies seemed entitled to
permits under the bar permit ordi
nance. Five 0. K.'s were given out to the
following: Edgewater Skat club,
5120 Broadway; the Tow Spiewul'
Dramatis Pruzyha, 1700 W. 48th; the
Seske Narondni Divode, 2337 S. Ked
zie av.; and Volnost Singing B. A. A.,
.4758 S. Honore, and the Chicago
Turn Gemelnde, 24 N. Clark.
Applications for .fourteen others
"JEWELRY SALESMAN" SLIPS-
ONE OVER ON BARRATT O'HARA
. Wethinks Barratt O'Hara, lieuten
ant governor of ourtate, had some
thing slipped over on him yester-
He was wanted at a witness in
the Fergus suits pending in the
courts of Springfield. After several"
attempts to -serve him with a sum
mons had failed, Deputy Sheriff John
Lee had a hunch. He disguised him
self " as a jewelry salesman and
wrapped the summons up in a nice
holiday , package.
Then he called at 5454 Everett av.
A woman answered his ring.
Here's something for you, said
The woman, who was Mrs E. C.
Hoffman, signed what she supposed
to be a receipt, but which Lee in
formed her was a summons on a
member of her family. That mem-
be" was O'Hara. '