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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, March 10, 1913, Image 25',
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H became lieutenant governor 6f)
Illinois even though the Chicago
papers couldn't see-hlm and didn't
help him. '
And now he's dding'itiore for the
.working girls of Chicago, than 'any
nian-ever did-before. He Is .using
the power othls offlce tor thepeople;
and can't be bulldozed by Big" Busi
ness, or it's newspapers. x
' If Barratt O'Hara succeeds in
raising the wages of the working
girls of-Chidago he -will be a bigger
man than old Marshall -Ij'ield ever
wasand worth forty' Julius, Rosen
That's the kind1 of man the of
flce will hunt, and Barratt O'Hara
will have a place in the hearts of the
people that will be worth more than
&11 of the newspaper support.in tdwn.
By the way, there was a time
when Chicago newsnaners would
have suppressed most., of the' testi-,''7tn ward
. ' ' x " h 'I
moriyvtaken b'efbre'the white slave
committee But that was before
The Day Book came to' town.' y
the conspiracy of silence can't Hdl
pulled off bo long '-as t'.ere is'ow
newspape$h'at isn't afraid.to pfiht?
ihe truth. . And there is one in Chi-"
cago. ' ' ' 1-3
The 'story goes now that a meet3
ing was .held, and' it was solemnly0
decided that' ..the' only thing the
newspapers could do was . to go-aHead?
and prinfthe news of the O'Hara in
Yestigation But even then theyL
toned it down. '
Anyhow it 'is a good thing for'Chi-8?
tiagb to have an adless paper in town,
to set the pace for' the rest of them.'!
- Wm. A. Cunnea's vote is growing7
.even ih hisown home. A son was
born in the -Cunnea home Friday
night, the eighth child. Came todo
late, however, for the recount in the
BITS OF NEWS FROM ALL OVER
Ayrshire, Scotland. Eight men
reported killed and many hurt in ex
plosion that' -wrecked dynamite
works Here today! 7
Gary, Ind-Np one Hurt When."300
nounds ofveunpowder at Aetna 'Pow-
, , der Works' near here exploded, today.;
FOTce of explosion felt forv420 miles.
v Monessen, Pa. Police Lieut. M.
Bntinger.went to ho'me'ofJMrs Dud
geon to arrestJNoah Hough, charged
with. living on' earning of. his daugh-
. ter Erma, 15. Shot and'killed. " Chas.
Hough, 10, only person who knows
Tyho fii;ed the shot, refuse's to talk.
Cleveland. F. Kohjer, '"golder!
rule" police chief- who. wassuspend-
f ed recently for -gross immorality,
went on trial today- before civil ser
vice, commission. Chdrged-wiih, vis
iting Mrs.. May Schearer's hdnje dur
ing absence of her husband. Schear
er will appear against hlm;. -she will
appear for him..
San Francisco E., Ruddick, team
ster, bought $30 worth, ofjchqice ci-j
gars :and put them ih his -fragon.
Went in 'tb get a drink." -Canife 6ut
Land found strange horsfe'thewing up
I'TlJa nnf'atitfiti il (it A J
New York; $3,000 worth-of Vugs
taken from home 'of Mrs. F. ft. Bur-,
.nett, the author, at Plandome, Eongj
Island, by burglars; , t j
New York. 1P.O00 members of
Children's and Misses' Dressmakers.'
union struck today. Less, hours an(Ls
more pay. . . o
South Bend, Ind. Polish peoplel
gathered here yesterday to raise fund
to assist An a political revolution- in?
Poland,. Europ.e, :whlch they, say 1st
not far distant More than $12,000
was subsdribed. - -J
Los-Angeles. District Att'.y red-j
ericks hasn't decided whether to try)
Clarence Darrow again..
Douglas,! Ariz. Maderista rebels,
after; 12; hour flight, capturedrfederafc
garrison at Nacozari, Mexico. f
v AUahabab, India. Lieut Clark of
British army and Mrs. Fulham, .his
affinity,, pleaded, .guilty to' canslng
murder. of Clark's wife, a?tor thejf