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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 01, 1912, Image 7',
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Hearst - Harrison committee
went to Roger Sullivan yester
day and asked him if he had seen
Miss Harmony wandering-around
.Sullivan said he was very sor
ry, but that he understood that
the young lady had been kidnaped
and brutally murdered at the
Cook county Democratic conven
tion. Peter Monka, 2220 Coblentz St.,
jnissing for two days. Wife re
ceived phone message he had
-been injured in street car acci
dent. Company denies all knowl
edge of him.
. Policeman Peter O'Reilly ar
rested John Miller and Chas.
Davis, both negroes, as they were
going through pockets of David
iunsden, 357 E. 29th st.
Mrs. Violet Ryerson, widow of
John A. Ryerson, killed 2 years
ago in Chamber of Commerce
building, has filed suit for $10,000
against Phoenix Mutual Life Ins.
Co. Company claims Ryerson
40 alleged gamblers arrested in
raid on basement at 570 W. Mad
ison st. Handbook said to have
been run by James ("Red") Brad
ley and Heinie Bloster.
Warrants out for John H. Mc
Neilly and Dr. T. J. Balhatchett
jn the Rose Moody "borrowed
McNeilly recently caused ar
rest of Rose Moody, former em
ploye, on charge of blackmail,
saying she had tried to get $3,000
from him by charging him with
being father of her chiH. .
v The Moody girl confessed that
she -was not a mother, and that'
she had borrowed babies in or
der to impose on McNeilly.
Then she also told McNeilly
had taken her to Dr. Balhatchett
to have an operation performed,
which led to the present warrants.
McNeilly is highly indignant.
He is a well-known caterer on'the
South Side, and is married. He
denies all relations with Miss
Dr. Balhatchett, during the
course of his adventurous life, has
been charged with homicide, per
jury and embezzlement.
Twelve more men were arrest
ed for speaking on the street at
31st and Calumet ave. last night.
It is quite evident that the trust
newspapers, with the help of the
city administration, intend to rob
the people of the jight of free
All the speakers so far arrested
have been Socialists, but they
weren't arrested because they
They were arrested because
they referred to the newspaper
lockout, and told the people the
truth that the trust newspapers"
are trying to suppress.
That's why the trust news
papers are carrying big stories
about the arrest of public speak
ers, and 'lying about riots in con
nection with the arrests.
The trust newspapers don't
want the people to know the
truth about the newspaper lock
out. The truth would hurt them
Corporation Counsel Sexton
says that the corporations having
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