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2 O LAST EDITION 2 C
Men and women workers of Mar
shall Field & Co. are in a hopeless
"state of discord. Since, John G.
Shedd, high-salaried head of. the
Field store, gave them their much
'discussed Christmas "present," con
sisting of a typewritten letter of
,lhank8i letters fronr'FJfiid employes"
HEALEY'S SECT READY TO TALK? 1
An Adless Newspaper, Daily Except Sunday
VOL. 6, NO. 87 Chicago, Wednesday, January 10, 1917 398gg
MARSHALL FIELD & CO,
WORKERS IN DISCORD
Letters and Poetry Show Indignation Over the Big"
- Stores "Christmas Spirit" Famous Field "Family"
r Completely Disorganized John G. Shedd '
, Is Target of Employes
have been flooding The Day Book
Below are a few of the protests
made by the Field great army ' of
workers. They present a strong case
against John G. Shedd and the Field
"Christmas spirit" Because a pay
envelope is still sweet, even though
it 1s igiven" My the Field kids, the