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The day book. [volume] (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, July 10, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 2

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2. Abolishment of private em
ployment agencies.
3. The J'Blue Sky" law to protect
investors from fake stock selling
4. Abolishment of the bureau of
inspection of public- offices, which it
is claimed is merely a bureau to
furnish jobs for political "lame
5. A law fixing a half mill levy for
road building, so as to eliminate the
"pork barrel" 3ystem of legislation. '
6. A law fixing taxes to be paid
by the fish trust, which had escaped
payment before.
7. An act consolidating under one
head several state departments.
Each one of these measures had
been proposed in the legislature, but
a powerful machine of standpatters
of both the Republican and Demo
cratic parties, prevented any of them
from coming to a vote.
At the upper left is E. L. Marsh,
president of the Washington labor
federation, and next is Lucy R. Case,
executive secretary of the organiza
tion championing the "Seven Sis
ters." Below is E. A. Sims, who heads
the Stop-Look-Listeners, and in the
center is shown the sign that decor
ates the letter circulars sent out by
the machine opposing the initiative

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