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TEACHERS' FED. THANKS DAY
BOOK FOR FENDER FIGHT
The Late Catherine Goggin and The
Day Book Vere Friends
The following letter was received
by The Day Book from the Teachers'
Federation. It speaks for itself:
"To the Editor of The Day Book
Dear Sir: The Chicago Teachers'
Federation, through its board of
managers, desires to express its
grateful appreciation of the broad
minded and public-spirited attitude
of The Day Book on the tragic death
of our beloved co-worker and friend,
"As the body of Miss Goggin lay
in state in the council chamber, Aid.
Koerner sorrowfully remarked: 'If
my fender ordinance had been en
forced we would have Miss Goggin
with us.' i
"Every one who knew Miss Gog
gin's untiring devotion to the public
one appreciated The Day Book's
persistent effort to .secure enforce
ment of the fender ordinance. No
one appreciates The Day Book's
splendid service to the cause of hu
manity more than Catharine Goggin.
"As was her custom, she brought
home a copy of The Day Book on
the fatal night of Jan. 4 and it lay
on her table in her room where she
had placed it just before she walked
out to meet her death.
"On her table, in her own room at
home, beside the daily papers of last
autumn containing the report of the
Loeb rule, were the copies of The
Day Book containing the great hu
man interest stories of the garment
"With deep appreciation.Board
of Managers of the Chicago Teach
ers' Federation. By Ida L. M. Furs
man, President; Frances E. Harden,
"Every silver lining has its cloud,"
growled the pessimist.
Phoenix, Ariz. Meager reports
from Winkelman, Aiz., reported part
ly wiped out by floods, with proba
ble loss of four lives, stated strong
current made rescue work extremely
New York. Oscar Hammerstein,
opera impressario, adjudged bank
rupt by Judge Mayer.
Washington. Sec'y Lane and
Att'y Gen. Gregory asked to advise
congress what legislation should be
passed for relief of homesteaders on
land bought from Southern Pacific
railway under Oregon land grants,
whose titles have been declared void
by supreme court.
Washington. Residents of Cher
ry, EL, sent Red Cross $3,000, for
Polish relief fund.
Washington. War dep't officials
ridiculed reports from Los Angeles
that 300 Japanese soldiers estab
lished camp in Sierra del Pinal
mountains, twenty miles south ofi
Jacumba in Lower California.
Sylvester, Ga. Five negroes taken
from North county jail by mob were
Washington. Att'y Gen. Gregory
advised house judiciary committee
government has indicted 73 persons
and four corporations in connection
with investigation of hyphenated
plots and conspiracies.
Chattanooga, Tenn. Mrs. Will
Hullie and three young children were
burned to death at their home near,
Lyttle, Ga. i
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BAKERS MAKE GIANT CAKE '
An enormous cake, made to com
memorate the 30th anniversary of
the International Bakers' "union, wffl
be taken from the window of King's
restaurant and placed in the offices
of the union at Oak and Wells st,
The cake was baked by Hans Vies
ter and Frank Haffner, two of the
skilled workers of the union, and
will be preserved under a glass case-