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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, May 28, 1912, Image 17

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ANDY. MAY LOSE- HIS JOB.
Rumor says Ahdy Lawrence,
publisher of the "Hearst Chicago
papers, is in bad with his boss,
and may be fired frQtn the Chi
cago job. '
. If that happehs, then Hearst
will probably throw the other
publishers, get out of the publish
ers' association and sign Up with
the unions.
Organized labor in San Fran
cisco has boycotted Hearst's San
Francisco Examiner, since the
pressmen there walked out of the
Hearst paper in sympathy with
the locked-out pressmen in Chi
cago. In the meantime Lawrence
doesn't budge around Chicago
without a bodyguard of cops, fur
bished by his jgrivate mayor.
The Chicago Examiner is now
getting out only one edition at
10:3Q p. in. and although it Is
a morning paper the reporters
can't get any news in after 9:30
at night.
Only about 10 per cent of the1
normal circulation is being print
ed, and only part of that is sold.
So Lawrence may lose his job.t
o o
They are raving over the play
"Kindling." It's easy to rave over
kindling if a piece flies up and hitsi
you in the eye.
Somehow or other after a
girl gets pretty well along in '
the thirties it doesn't s'eem '
to make her so mad to be '
called a coquette.

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