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ONE CENT I
STATE STREET STORES IN POVERTY PLEA
ALLEN RESIGNS AS WARDEN AT JOLIET PEN
RUSSIAN ROUT IN POLAND IS COMPLETE
THE DAY BOOK
An Adless Newspaper, Daily Except Sunday
VOL 4, NO. 264 Chicago, Friday, August 6, 1915 398g"
Industrial Relations Commission In Row. Over Report to-
Congress Capital's Representatives Order Secret
Session Bar Reporters.
T BY DEAN HALLIDAY
What has happened to the Indus
trial Relations Commission ?
After working two years and
spending nearly $500,000 of public
money in an effort to find out and
recommend remedy for existing labor
and capital conditions have the
Rockefellers got to them?
Is there any attempt being made to
save the "System ' by recommending
only half way measures.
Is there an attempt on foot to save
Rockefeller or Rockefeller agents
from being summoned before Con
gress and made to tell the truth about
Jho CoTorado situation, the workoI
Mackenzie King, $100,000 investiga
tor, and inner workings of the Rocke
It is said that Chairman Frank
Walsh and Commissioners James
O'Connell, A. B. Carretson and John
B. Uennon are for a report "with
The employer's representatives on
the commission are holding out for a
toothless, piffling report. These men
are: Harris Weinstock; S. Thurston
Ballard, R. H. Aishton.
They are believed, however, to
have won over Mrs. J. Borden Harri
man and Prof. John R. Commons. If
this is true they are in majority.
The commission finished .taking