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FAMOUS PEOPLE AT HYGIENE CONGRESS PLAN
BETTER HEALTH FOR SCHOOL CHILDREN
THE DAY BOOK
An Adless Daily Newspaper.
N. D. Cochran, 5?gga& Tel. Monroe 353. v
I Editor and Publisher. Automatic 51-442.
500 South Peoria St 398 By Mail, 50 Cents a Month.
VOL. 2, NO. 281 Chicago, Tuesday, Aug. 26, 1913 ONE CENT
A WOMAN'S TRAGIC STORY OF LEGAL
LAWLESSNESS IN COPPER COONTRY
The Unprovoked Shooting of a 17-Year-Old Boy by Gun
men in the Employ of Mine Owners A -Troop -of
Cavalry Rides Through Funeral Pro
cession at a Gallop.
YOU do not get the truth concerning the industrial
war now on in this country. There is much news of in
terest to all humanity that isn't printed in many of the
newspapers. The news from the Calumet copper coun
try, for example, will tell of the killing and wounding of
striking miners,- but seldom do you get the truth of how
the murders Were committed. Here is a story from
Calumet that will throw some light on the murderous
tactics of strikebreaking detectives in the employ of the
big mine operators. Much of the story is in the form of
an affidavit by a woman eye-witness to the murder.
Editor Day Book.
Calumet, Mich., Aug. 26. The murder of Louis Tijan, a 17-year-old
boy, and Steve Putrich, a miner, and the wounding of two others by the
Waddell-Mahon gunmen and professional strikebreakers imported by the
mine operators was absolutely -without provocation.