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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, July 17, 1913, Image 7

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ing class can't possibly represent the exploited class. They begin to see thaC
a hide-bound partisan voter is a political slave, whose citizenship is bartered
and sold by political bosses who make merchandise of it.
And soon officialdom will see and understand that the people are the
master and public officials their servants; and that they will have to go
openly to the people for their jobs instead of to some newspaper or political
boss.
State's Attorney Hoyne appears to be the first to see the dawning of
the new day the rising sun of People's Rule. Let us all hope nobody puts
blinders on him.
LOCAL DOINGS IN TABLOID FORM
Officer 365 went around the loop
today and ordered Collier's, The Sat
urday Evening Post and all other
weeklies, other than newspapers, off
the news stands.
Louis Manza, 2032 W. Huron St.,
guard on Metropolitan 'L," struck
and killed by train on "L" structure
between Western and California avs.
Manza was walking along tracks to
Western av. station.
W. E. Settle, Jr., special examiner
of interstate commerce commission,
struck by auto at State st and Jack
son blvd.;. knocked unconscious.
Taken to St. Luke's Hospital; later
to Congress Hotel. Auto driven by
J. A. Patterson, 4025 N. 51st st
Stanley Rasewski, 8555 Sherman
av., fined $25 for beating his wife.
Said he was affected by the heat.
Job hunters must "pull wires" by
wireless while Gov. Dunne is taking
his vacation on training ship Du
buque. Boat has been equipped with
wireless apparatus, and governor will
keep in touch with affairs of state.
Fred Henry, 75, oldest billposter in
Chicago, loaded both barrels of a
shotgun, kicked the triggers with his
foot and blew off his head; out of
work for several weeks.
Six detectives from Desplaines st.
station arrested four burglars after
hase of several blocks. Score of
shots exchanged in pursuit. Men
were seen entering window in musi
cal store of Joseph Bowman, 1161 W.
Madison st Separated and fled, but
were overhauled by cops, who used
jnilk wagon and auto in chase. Men
gave names as William Ford, Joseph
Kelly, John Rose and Charles Fistler.
Eleven young men arrested in
Wicker Park fined a total of $120
for annoying girls.
Nathan Jacobson,. labor agent, 26
S. Canal st, arrested, charged with
operating confidence game. Anthony
Sochor, 3015 Farrell st, says he paid
Jacobson $2 to get him job at Cham
paign, HI. When Sochor got to
Champaign there wasn't any job.
Charles Newsback, teamster for
Thomas Molding Co., thrown to
street when car struck his wagon on
Kedzie av. near 33d st Unconscious
when picked up. Car crew did not
stop.
William Johaussen, owner of a
restaurant at 2033 S. Wabash av.,
convicted of white slavery by jury
in Judge Robinson's court Margaret
O'Connor was complaining witness.
John Kennedy, switchman, 5355 S.
Wood st, stabbed in left side by John
Henshaw, same address. Men quar
reled in hallway.
Mayor Harrison attended city
council local transportation commit
tee meeting and demanded they hur
ry subway matter.
W. E. Settle, Jr., special examiner
of Interstate Commerce Commission,
struck and injured by auto owned
and driven by J. A. Patterson, 4025 N.
51st av., at State st. and Jackson
blvd.
Teaching of sex hygiene lauded at
Desplaines Methodist camp meeting.
Mrs. Margaret Dubbs, wife of Ben
ton E. Dubbs, ticket agent Chicago,

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