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DR. RUDOLF VON LIEBICH TELLS WHY THE DAY
BtiOK IS BEST DAILY IN THE WORLD
THE DAY BOOK
An Adless Daily Newspaper.
N. D. Cochran, -Sl5 . no 500 South Peoria SL
Editor and Publisher. ujg 398 Tel. Monroe 353.
VOL.2, NO. 269 Chicago, Tuesday, Aug. 12, 1913 ONE CENT
MISS MARY O'REILLY HANDS WILLIAM
r RANDOLPH HEARST A WARM ONE
Tells Why Leading Suffragists Wouldn't Handle the
Examiner Suffrage Edition Why the Edition Was .
a Frost Building Trades Sentiment Grow
ing Against Simon O'Donnell.
The Day Book cares nothing about the Chicago Ex
aminer one way or the other. It cared nothing about the
special suffrage edition of the Examiner, published'under
the auspices of the Illinois Equal Suffrage League. It
has printed the news in order that the general public may
understand the viewpoint of organized labor in its war
with the publisher of the Examiner and the American.
The editor of The Day Book invited Mary O'Reilly, one
of the most earnest suffragists and trades union advo
cates in Chicago, to write for the public her impressions
of the special suffrage edition. Her signed story follows :
BY MARY O'REILLY
Yesterday I saw the members of the Illinois Suffrage Association stand
ing in the rain selling their "special suffrage edition." I would have liked
to help them. I would have felt vastly more comfortable selling papers in
.the rain than parsing by without lending a hand.