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NOON EDITION , - NOON' EDITION
EXPRESS TRAIN KILLS TWO YOUNGSTERS
LABOR SUPPORTS RESTAURANT STRIKERS r
t LOOKS LIKE IMPEACHMENT FOR AAtiMONS ;
r Entered as Second-Class Matter April 21, 1914, at the Poatoffice at
i Chicago, I1L, Under the Act of March 3, 1879.
THE DAY BOOK
, - An Adless Daily Newspaper, -
Daily Except Sunday.
D. Cochran. s&2- Tel. Monroe 353. "
Editoi" and Publisher. g By Mail, Except in
500 South Peoria St.
Chicago, $3 a Year.
VOL 3, NO. 184
Chicago, Monday, May 4, 1914
LABOR BODY CALLS ON WILSON TO
SEIZE COLORADO MINES ,,:
C F. of L. Want Peaceful Methods, But Are Ready tor,,'
the Other Way If It Comes Blame Rockefellers u '
i for Ludlow Massacre. v-
An open war like the one now on in
Colorado will reach Chicago unless
Chicago newspapers and capitalists
change their tactics.
John H. Walker, president of the
Illinois State Federation of Labor and
president of the Illinois United Mine
Workers, gave this as his opinion in a
speech yesterday before the delegates
of the Chicago Federation of Labor.
-He said labor is trying to get away
from violence, but it is forced on hy
greedy employers, He. declared,:
"We want peaceful methods. But
if they want the other way, and insist
on it, then, by God, we'll give 'em that
He named the Chicago Tribune aa,
"coming in the guise of a purveyor
of news to poison the mind of the
public" on the Colorado situation.
After Walker's speech, John Fitz
patrick, president of the C, F. of L.,
read resolutions naming the two
Rockefellers, father and son, as con
nected with, the. murder ?nd burning