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English ' daily newspapers,' in Chicago that are author.?
ized to use the uniondabel. x
. the trust can suppress The Day Book, i(s het vic
tim would be The Press which also. has a habit of print
ing truths the trust newspapers don't like to 'have the
This war on The-Day'Book and Press started Af on-.
day, when the old newspaper stands on Madison street
were hauled away by a trust wagon, and new stands sub-j
stituted.which-left.no room for The Day Book and Press.
Evidently the game was to make the same change
all over town.
BuL The Day Boojz was growing too fast to suit the
loop and trust press, so coarse work was resorted to and
the police order went out to suppress The Day Book.
The order was given by Cdpt. Gibbon, in charge of
the traffic squad.
The Day Book will fight to a finish for free speech
and a free press in Chicago.
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WHAT HAPPENED IN CHICAGO TODAY
Special grand jury to hear evidence
in the investigation against members
of the "arson trust" Was worn in to
day. 36 .defendants are now under
jurisdiction of the court on charges
of arson and burning to defrajid.
Frank McErlane, alias Walter
Scott, auto bandit, found guilty of
highway robbery. Sentenced to from
, one year to life in prison.
0. W. Humphrey, printer, ;22 W.
Van Bureh' st, ' attempted suicide.
Gas. Revived. "Just tired of life:"
J. J. Campbell and wife, owners of
Windsor Park Academy, 7750 Bond
av., South Chicago, arraigned, charg
ed with contributing to. the delin
quency of three, boys, 12, 13 and 14.
Miss Marion Schaff ner swore, out the
Miss Beatrice Hayes, 19,' stenog
rapher, 6329. Bishop av., fatally hurt
and B.,H. Blondell, 812 Yale-ayy, Seri
ously injured at 4 a. m. 'today when
street' car struck-their auto at 55th st.
apd Wentworth av., as they were re
Nathan Berger, 3, 2002 W. 12th st.,
leaned out windqwto hear band. Fell.
Mamie K. Waterman got divorce,
and $25,000 worth of property from
Dr. W. M. Waterman, 4223 W. Jack
son, blvd. Named Marie Schroeder, a
Mary-Rifakes, 16 months, 153 W.
Erie st., overturned tub of hot water.
Fred C. Cann, sewing machine
salesman, 6345 Washington av.,. forc
ed his attention on Mrs. Luther E.
Sweeney, ,1.1542 Yale av. Sweeney
was called by his wife and Cann was
sent to hospital with bullet wounds.
M. J. Berry, 2222 N. Kiftiball av.,
t ex-policeman, arrested, charged with,
operating confidence game.
Arthur Loeb, 18, 5516 Wentworth.
av., sentenced to six months in Brifie-
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