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WATERS RISE AS MORE RESERVOIRS BREAK
.BUSINESS SECTION OF DAYTON BURNS
MEN PLEAD FOR RESCUE OF WOMEN.
An Adless Daily Newspaper.
N..d: Cochran,, v gj v-OQ 500 South' Peoria St
Editor and Poblisher. ,fyjgdaa Tel.;Monroe 353.
VOL. 2,0. 152 ; Chicago, Thursday, March 27, 1913 - ONE' CENT,
police obey ordersand stop sale of the
:da y:bqok 6 stands of chic Ago
'Circulation Manager- and Newsboys Arrestee! Mayor
: Harrison Issues Order Restoring The Day Bopk to
Neys Stands A Day Book Man Slugged.
" The loop police obeyed orders yesterday and tried
to prevent the sale of The Day Book oh newspaper stands,
and thus suppress f ree speech and a free press in Chicago.
They kept The Day Book off of some stands because
the boys were afraid to disobey police orders; and thus
prevented the-boys from supplying the public-demand
for f earless newspaper i ,
.They arrested the circulation manager of The Day
Book, and one newsboy for selling copies of The Day Booki
near newspaper stands where the owners refused fo dis
play The Day Book for sale.
The policeman who arrested The Day Book circu
lation 'manager and took him to the "station in a patrol
wagon, also struck him on the head and handled him
' , When the circulation manager told an assistant to
take apoliceman's number, that policeman grabbed the
assistant on the charge of taking his number.
Before being :bqbked, the circulation manager and
the-, jiewsb6y?$vho.hadZbeeti, hauled to -the police station