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DEATH UST GROWS IN PENNSYLVANIA FLOOD
"BUSINESS MEN" HANDLE EASTLAND FUNDS
NEWSPAPERS GREAT HELP TO CLAIRVOYANTS
THE DAY BOOK
An Adless Newspaper, Daily Except Sunday
VOL. 4, NO. 262 Chicago, Wednesday, August 4, 1915 398
ALDERMEN IN FAVOR OF
Object Xo Veto by Rosenwald, Simpson and Sprague '
Believe Pictures WouId'Rouse People and
Force Safety Laws
Aldermea. are planning to take ac
tion on the Eastland moving pictures
the first meeting of the council after
vacation. Some aldermen have seen
the movies and say they don't see
where anybo.dy is hit by the pictures
except the steamboat interests and
the Westers Electric Co.
Aid. Robert Buck and Aid. Wm. E.
Rodriguez saw the Eastland movies
in a theater in Oak Park last week.
Both say the pictures ought not to
be fcarred from showing in Chicago.
James -Simpson of Marshall Field
ft Co., A. A. Sprague, EL of Sprague,
jfrarner & Co., and Julius Rosenwald
of Sears-Roebuck are the committee
appointed by Mayor Thompson by
telegram to pass on whether the pic
tures ought to show. They said no.
"The movies picture a terrible les
son that ought not to be forgotten by
the people of Chicago," said AkL
Buck. "In a situation like this the
masses are liable to forget soon. This
will freshen their memories that
there is work to be done in following
the safety regulations provided by
law. While it might be wise 'to wait
30 or 60 days before giving permission
for the pictures to be shown I believe
it is a wrong suppression of educa
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