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SOUTH CHICAGO FIRE KILLS MANY
EASY TO READ ON CAR GOING HOME
THE DAY BOOK
An Adless Newspaper, Daily Except Sunday
VOL. 5, NO. 80 Chicago, Friday, December 31, 1915 398
ROADS SAVE MILLIONS
BY BRANDEIS' PLAN
Utilize Methods They Formerly Jeered Economist
Declares Valuable Chicago Property Is Wasted
in Railroad Trackage.
BY KENNETH W. PAYNE
Boston, Dec. 31. Brandeis was
Louis D. Brandeis, the-mild-man-
tnered Boston lawyer who five years
agor had the nerve to confront all by
himself America's most colossal
combinations of 'capital and to tell
them how their business ought to be
One million dollars a day they
could save, he declared, it-only they
youid, acopt scienooc- -e.
methods! And when he told them
how to do it, you remember the way
the railroads jeered!
But they aren't jeering at Brandeis
today! They merely hate him now.
For the year 1915 has actually made
them buckle down and do the very
thing Brandeis told them to! "
And the railroads' own statistics,
which have just come to light, reveal
what treemndous savings have been
realized by the practice of the hated
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