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WOMAN TAKES A SLAP
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THE DAY BOOK
An Adless Daxly Newspaper. '
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500, South Peoria St,'.. : 398 By Mail, 50 Cents a Month.
VOL. 3, N0..172 Chicago, Monday, April 20, 1914 - ONE CENT
Poll of theRalers'of the Ht-H. Faction Shows That They
Indorse President and Repudiate the,
Happy Hooligan Editor:
lion is'shaptogup against the Hearst
papers and the local Hearst political
manager, Andrew M. Lawrence. .
- The cartoons and news stories at
tacking President Wilson an lie Pan
ama tolls questions are smashing all
the H.-H.' connections with Washing
ton. Veteran pjayers of the political
game say that any man who falls for
the -Hearst -Panama .tolls" stuff puis
his head in a nqose and spoils his po
' Mifes Devine, president of the
Codntv Democracy, said to a Day
I Book reporter that he Is with Wilson.
'Every important officeholder of the
Hearst-Harrison- machine has been
approached during the past few
weeks and asked to sign an inter
view knopiting president Wilsoifs
stand on Panama tolls.
- To some of these officials inter
views already" written "in" regular
Hearst style were offered. At every
desk there was a turndown.. The
'Harrison politicians; particularly, said
they were not going- to cut all wires
connecting them with? national poli
tics by going against the party's' na
tional policy, i
Around tHis break, an- open, rebel
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