MARY O'REILLY REFUSES TO TAKE HAND IN
SUFFRAGE EDITION OF HEARSTS EXAMINER
THE DAY BOOK
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VOL- 2, NO. 246 Chicago, Thursday, July 17, 1913 ONE CENT
JEWELER SWEARS TO END LIFE IF
TRUTH ABOUT SULLIVAN IS TOLD
The Mystery of the Red Terror TkafFUled the Soul of a
Chicago Citizen When The Day Bosk Asked Him
What Happened to Him-in'Sallioarfs-Qffice '
There is an "Invisible Government" in Chicago today more -wicked and
more deadly than any MulhaH ever exposed.
There is a rejgn of terror in Chicago today as red as-ever Eobespierre.
left in his trail.
A citizen of Chicago today went down on his knees to a Day Book
reporter begging him not to publish the story of the methods being used to
"get" Police Captain Thomas F. Meagher of the Bespiaines street police
station. ' .
"If you use that story," he sobbed, "III-take poison. They'll get mej
for it, if you publish it. Don't publish it! Please don't publish it! I'm en
gaged to be married; I
The man tore at his collar. The tears ran down his -cheeks. The sobs
rose in his throat and choked him as he he struggled for breath.
That man was Henry Phillips, watchmaker and jeweler of 951 West
The "they" he. is so mortally afraid of are Mike Sullivan, indictment
attorney and boss of the grand juries-onder State's Attorney Maclay Hoyne,
and Sullivan's secret service men.
The reason Phillips is in such terror of Sullivan and his cohorts is that
he already has had experience with them.
Two months ago Phillips was taken to Sullivan's office by Sullivan's
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