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SHEET METAL WORKERS' UNION NO. 73 SITS
DOWN ON EXAMINER'S FAKE LABOR EDITION
THE DAY BOOK
An Adless Daily Newspaper.
N. D. Cochran, gBg 500 South Peoria St.
Editor and Publisher. t 398 Te! Monroe 353.
VOL. 2, NO. 264 Chicago, Thursday, Aug. 7, 1913 ONE CENT
BULL MOOSER MEDILL M'CORMICK
PINCHED IN HIS PINK PAJAMAS
Weird Adventure of Chicago's Progressive Leader,
Gets Off a Train in Syracuse in Pajamas After
Dining the Night Before With President
Runnells of the Pullman Company.
Why did Joseph Medill McCormick, reputed owner of a big ohunk of
stock in the Chicago Daily Tribune, son-in-law of the late Mark Hanna,
Western manager of the Bull Moose party, and Progressive member of the
legislature of Illinois, climb off a New York Central train, bound for Boston,
at Syracuse, N. Y., at the startling hour of 3:55 o'clock yesterday morning,
and clad only in embarrassment and a suit of pajamas?
This question is greatly agitating the friends of Mr. McCormick in
It is agitating the enemies of Mr. McCormick in Chicago not very much
less thag.ty Is his friends.
Curiously, it is agitating both friends and enemies in a somewhat
similar fashion. Both are rushing to the front with explanations.
But the explanations put forward by Mr. McCormick's friends are quite
different,from the explanations put forward by Mr. McCormick's enemies.
So far the information from Syracuse Is not entirely satisfactory. It
leaves so much to the imagination. Following is the full dispatch received
Syracuse, . N. Y., Aug. 7. Joseph Medill McCormick, son-in-law of the
late Mark Hanna, dropped off a New York Central train bound -for Boston
here at 3:55 o'clock yesterday morning. McCormick was clad only in