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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, May 08, 1912, Image 4

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One of the policemen came up be
hind the negnv
"Do as you're told," he shouted,
to the, union newsboy. "Move
on. You're obstructing the side
walk." -
Which proves that even if
Hearst's negro strike-breakers do
not wear uniforms, they at least
have 4 sufficient conception of the
law, and the proper way of en
forcing it.
Max Annanberg was arrested
last night on the' 'complaint of
Gharles Strieker. Strieker is one
of the men whom Annanberg
fired at Saturday morning, when
they refused to .stop at his cont
mand. Strieker was arrested for
being fired at by Annanberg and
charged with violating the mid
night injunction of Judge Burke.
Now -Strieker has. charged An
nanberg with threatening to kill
him. The case will come up be
fore Judge Maxwell, May 21.
Annanberg, who was active
during the circulation -wars of
the trust newspapers, is the boss
of the Tribune circulation depart
ment during the lockoutof the
pressmen. .
The trust newspapers seem to
be having trouble with their slug-
gets. Walter Stevens, one ot the
men who terrorizedChicago
in the "pirate car," and whom the
trust papers always referred to
as a "labor slugger" until the un
fortunate day when the .Lorimer
investigation disclosed Stevens
as-an employe-otthe Tribune, was
called before Judge McKinley to
day. '
, After the; connection of Stev
ens with the Tribune' was disr
closed Stevens -was'-hustled out
Lof Chicago and the, "pirate car"
and all the labor sluggers most
mysteriously disappeared or were
rounded up.
The charge On which, Stevens
has been ordered before McKin
ley .is attempted murder. ,It is a
charge that has been hangingfire
for a long time. No one khows
just why it has been revived at "
this timeunless the Tribune
does. "
The American, this afternoon,
says the Electrotypers' union last
night voted not to. tsrike. This is
not true. -No vote was taken at
last night's meeting. The union's
position was referred to tfie
executive council for action- -
o o-T-7-
Irene They say he's a bud
ding genius.
George Ithink he's a bloom
ing idiot

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