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OUT IN LABOR RANKS BEEF BOSSES CHARGE
BLACKMAIL BASEBALL STUNT WARMS UPf
THE DAY BOOK
An Adless Newspaper, Daily Except Sarmay
VOL.4, NO. 126 Chicago, Wednesday, fty, 24, 1915 396
CHICAGO YELLS IN A LOUD VOICE'
THAT SHE WANTS AN, OPEN TOWN
(Voters in Both Old Parties Nominate Liberal Candidate
and Vote Down Reform Wha the Victory o v
Sweitzer and ThompsonMeans Why t
Harrison and Csbn Lost
BY N. D. qoCHRAN fW
JVaenever'thete is a finish fight there are victors and vanquishew
victors jubfliant and the vanquished down in the mouth. $fcp I
Today the Sullivan hosts are victorious and .happy, the followed ot1
Harrison downcast and disheartened. ( ' '
To thQse "personally interested 'it doesn't make much difference Juw
it happened or why. Sweftzerta champions are hugging- their victory v$Bp
out analyzing it and Harrison's friends can't be made happy by expkfel
tions. The post-mostem' isn't exciting.
It was a fierce flghty and in many respects a dirty fight the' g!&bi
between the Democratic factions, but all the same a very human fight fe
real war armies travel on their bellies, and it Is much the same in political
' Various human emotions had their play in this fight and various A$p
tKee. Appetite wm; including thirst. That is to say, plain, common, wery
day humanity wqn. Spme people might say that human liberty wQiwk.
Aoothy-yay e Tftpffiag-it is -that Atearma Kecna had a IwQsc. ttjjr b