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In sight aifferent .newfipapersi the
people of GKlcago have read eight
different storieV that hacffqr: their
purpose the'blinding of ; the-people,' tp
the. real ;causfe ;of- the alleged Tipt that
occurred in :the Maxwell street dlsy
trict last, nigh't - f ; ' '
The real causae, of the trouble
hasn't been printed -iultbo'se." papers..
They haven't told Anyone, that., the
riot was jnot started by anarchists,
but by the unemployed' asking for
burst into print with a story that
Capt Jainear O'Donnell Storen, oHh'e
Maxwell street station had' received
a .threatening letter, which cpnyeyed
the unpleasant; information, that the
station would be' blown hip if the men
arrested last iiight were not allowed
to. go free..
The papers are making much of
that letter despite the fact- that Capt.
Storen and the reporters who are
sending the stuff 41110" the papers are
taking it as a joke.
IhilfA'Ai "tiwAVjimti li f'l l' Ht lir JlMhial'i'i 17 ii '".
LAST EDITION " 1 LAST EDITION
PUBLISHER DIDN'T HAVE TIME TO OBEY LAW
HYSTERIA OVER BARBARISM CAN START IN '
f UNITED STATES, SAYS JANE WHITAKER f
THE DAY BOOK
A AJ1 r?f-.ar i '-
mi sxuiess uaziy newspaper.
N. D. Cochran, ffi, Tel. Monroe 353. -
Editor and Publisher. IgggP1 Automatic 51-422.
500 South Peoria St 398 By Man, 50 Cents a Month.
VOL.3, NO. 102 . Chicago, .Wednesday, Jan. 28,, 1914 ONE CENT
THE REAL CAUSE OF THE NEAR RIOT
AMONG THE UNEMPLOYED
AffqirWasrita.ClassWar, jasChargedby Newspapers
Police Were Bxougkt.on Scene xf Peaceful Street
&ng by Man Who 'Phoned Station .