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'JUDGE RAISES WAGES OF STREET RAILROAD
MEN B Y BENCH ORDER HE RODE ON CARS
THE DAY BOOK
An Adless Daily Newspaper.
N. D. Cochran, ggggjBsK 500 South Peoria St
Editor and Publisher. g' 398 Tel. Monroe 353.
VOL. 2, NO. 263 Chicago, Wednesday, Aug. 6, 1913 ONE CENT
O'DONNELL'S DEAL WITH HEARST IS
RESENTED BY BUILDING TRADES
Now Said the Purpose Is to Get Hearst's Aid for Moss
Enright? s Pardon Painters' Union 180 Unanimous
ly Protests Against Examiner Labor Edition
Shaughnessy Gavels Bricklayers' Meeting.
Judging from the resentment of the true blue trades unionists in the'
building trades unions, President Simon O'Donnell of the Building Trades
Council is going to have hard work of it putting a Hearst ring in the nose of
organized labor in Chicago.
The membership of the unions was never stirred up as it is stirred up
now by the action of O'Donnell in gaveling through the council an endorse
ment of a special "trades union" edition of Hearst's Examiner.
Vigorous opposition has sprung up in all of the unions, and the feeling
of indignation against this betrayal of unionism into the hostile hands of
Hearst is growing.
The story iB going the rounds now that O'Donnell's real purpose in en
tering into an alliance with Hearst is to get his influence to secure the par
don of Moss Enright, now In Joliet for the murder of Vincent Altman in the
Briggs House bar.
But other friends of Enright, who are just as anxious to secure his par
don as O'Donnell, believing that he did not kill Altman, say O'Donnell has
made a grave mistake, because. Hearst has no influence with Gov. Dunne,
and that the other papers will oppose the pardon if they think Hearst is try
ing to help get it.
Since May. 1, this year, 152 local unions and 17 central bodies in and