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b,ow expensive it is to get out a mod
ern advertising newspaper as com
pared with, an adle,ss newspaper, and
why the press of this country is not
On The Day Book I can make a
profit on the white paper, and at the
same time print all the news. In
stead1 of stringing it out to fill in the
space arpund advertising and run
ning headlines to stimulate circula
tion, I boil the news down; but it is
all there; and The Day Book is under
no obligation to anybody but its
But even more important that that
is the fact that an adless paper is
free to print the truth.
INTERESTING LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
John ENorthup, state attorney,
will speak at Young People's Socialist
League, 1432 W. Madison St., Sunday,
Dec. 21, at 8 p. m.
Thomas Hawkins arrested for
drunkenness used cell as laundry.
Mathew Bura, 2021 Webster st.,
promised to be good when given 6
months in Bridewell. Had abandoned
Frank M. Fairfield, attorney, ex
onerated. Charged with fraud and
misuse of power.
Wayne Paige Wellman blames
mother-in-law for trouble -in divorce
Dr. E. N. Flint, 322 S. State st., ar
rested. Said to have taken $72 from
Nels Peterson for worthless opera
tion. Lyman E. Cooley, engineer sani
tary district, has new harbor plan.
Coroner's jury declares Edgar E.
Howe, gambler, slain by persons un
known. Recommends investigation.
Robert Linn, mining promoter,
found guilty of fraud. Sold worth
Frank Minitti, Elgin, admitted pos
session of counterfeit coin. To be
Joseph Prim and David Lyon, ticket
brokers, 310 S. Clark st, found guilty.
Sold railroad pass. May get 2 years
and $10,000' fine.
Evanston life-saving station closed
Richard Loesch arrested. Said to
have scalded pig in bathtub. Mrs.
Ida Stadeck complainant (Placed
under $400 bond.
Mrs. Elizabeth Holiday, 66, 2608
Potomac av., seriously injured by Di
vision st. car.
Cases of Wm. Moxley Co. and John
F. Jielke Co., charged with attempting
to defraud government by selling col
ored pleo, set for Feb. 24.
Edward Leyi'nson tried to escape
from Judge Fa'ke's court. Lost nerve."
Fined $200. Sent to Bridewell.
Alderman J. A. Swift arrested. No
license on auto. Dicharged.
Women inmates of dives to be.
given 6 months in Bridewell and no
option of fine, according to Chief
Gleason. To bje charged with va
grancy. Michael Sage, 63, wants to spend'
Christmas in jail. Too old to work.
Tried to break into Fred Arndt's'
home, 4430 Shields av.
John Farrell, charged with con-'
tempt by Judge McGoorty. Detained5
sister's child against father's will.
John Kachiabos, 2914 Prairie av.,'
arraigned on arson charge. Said to
have fired music store at 2937 S.t
State st. Hearing continued to Jan. 8.
Peter Van Vlissingen appointed
editor of Prison Post. Is serving ternil
for forgery in Joliet.
Opal Hummer, 20, 3435 W. Vam
Buren st, attacked by "needle poi-)
soner." Dr. Marcus H. Lynch, Tem-j
pleton, O., held.
Home of Lucas R. Williams, 455
Wrightwood av., entered. $4,500 in-,
jewels gone. Joseph Eiser, house-
man, missing. j
Mrs. Francis Nudera and 7 men, 2
car inspectors and 3 special pollce-j
men, arrested. Said to have taken