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, DAY BOOK FACTS.
The Day Book is an adless
I It accepts no advertising, awes
nothing to big advertisers and is
free to give its readers the truth.
It is independent politically,
and is tied up to no political party.
So it can print the truth about
' It uses large type that is easy
. on the eyes ; and YOUR eyes are
" It gets the full leased wire and
cable. report of the United Press,
the largest press association for
afternoon papers in the world.
It doesn't waste space with
long articles and big headlines,
but gives ypu the world's news
It is a home-delivered paper,
and gets the world's news up to
3:30 p. m. daily. Other afternoon
Home editions close their, farms
about noon. That's why YOU
get news in The Day Book you
don't see in other Chicago papers
until the next day.
Its mission is to give the peo
ple of Chicago the plain truth
about things they are interested
in, and to help the 95 per cent of
the people get their rights.
. It is delivered' at your home
ton the West Side for 6 cents a
jweek. It is for sale or no news
stands except a few on the West
Side. r .
Its size is convenient. The
small size is made possible be
cause it prints no advertisements.
Nobody has any pull with The
Day Book except all of the peotr
pie, and any person is entitled to
and will get a square deal.
Escanaba, Mich., Aug.- 30. A
message just received from Wat
son says that the illness of U. S.
Senator Isaac Stephenson of Wis
consin has been greatly exagger
ated and that his condition is not
The first message said the sen
ator had suffered a stroke of
heart failure. A special train,
with physicians, specialists and
nurses, was rushed to Watson.
Stephenson and a number of
friends are 15 miles in the wilder
ness on a fishing trip. Horse,
travel in the district is impossible
because of dense undergrowth.
The specialists and nurses will
have to make the 15-mile trip on
The. last message says Steph
enson is merely suffering from a
bad cold and stomach trouble,
that he did not have any heart at
tack and that he expects to con
tinue his fishing trip. Stephenson
is 84 years old.
Arrested the Victim.
The telephone in the police sta
tion rang. (
The desk sergeant answered.
The call was from a new police
man on the beat. He said :
"A man has been roobed down
here and I've got orie of them !"
"Which one have you?" asked
The reply came back: "The
man ..that was robbed!"