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GIRL'S STORY LEADS TO HOYNE PROBE RAID
OPIUM DEN LAWYERS ATTACK JUDGE OLSON
MOTHER JONES MISQUOTED WHEAT SOARS
THE DAY BOOK
An Adless Newspaper, Daily Except Sunday
N. D. Cochran.
Editor and Pubfeher.
500 South Psora Si.
Editorial Monroe 353.
Ctrcutefio Monroe 3826.
VOL. 4, NO. 105
Chicago, Saturday, Jan. 30, 1915
II. S. REPORT SHOWS ROCKEFELLER
AGENT GAVE OUT FAKE NEWS
Industrial Commission Official Report Shows Ivy Lee
$12,000 a Year Press Agent, Lied 4bout Union
Leaders' Salaried How False News
Was Sent Out
How the publicity manager of the
Rockefeller family works his job of
peddling false information is told in
papers that arrived today at " the
Transportation building, headquar
ters of the 17. S. industrial relations
There papers are the official reports
of what Ivy Lee, the $12,000 a year
press agent of the Rockefeller fam
ily, told the commission at the New
York hearing Wednesday. Also there
Is the testimony of John D. Rocke
feller, Jr. that Ivy Lee, as aublidty
manager for the family, is paid $1,000
a month by John D. Rockefeller, Sr.
Ivy Lee as a witness was handed a
copy of the pamphlet, "The Truth.
About Colorado," and asked about;
this printed statement:
Frank J. Hayes salary for
nine weeks , $4,052.92
Total, salary and expenses.$5,720JL2
Along with these figures was print
ed the -statement:
"Jfrank J. Hayes was thus being?
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