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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 09, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 1

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SHIP TRUST IN NEW ATTACK ON SEAMEN'S LAW
HONOR SYSTEM AT JOLIET DOOMED?
WALK AWAY OF CONVICTS MAY ENDFREEDOm
THE DAY BOOK
An Adless Newspaper, Daily Except Sunday
VOL.4, NO. 266 Chicago, Monday, August 9, 1915 398
HEARST TIES THE CAN
TO ANDYJAWRENCE
Former Publisher of the Examiner Steps Down and Out;
Other High Salaried Men Leave Hearst Outfit
But Lawrence Is the Goat for Hearst? s
Bad Bulls in Chicago,
Well, Andy-Lawrence, for years
publisher of Hearst's Chicago Exam
iner, has been canned. He Is now on
the outside.
And Hearst's dream of running
Chicago has busted.
At the last meeting of the stock
holders Andy was not re-elected pres
ident W. R. Hearst himself took the
job, and Albert Messing was installed
as business manager and Stanton,
who at one time was night editor of
the Trib, was brought on from Cali
fornia to be editor.
Big Chief Carvalho of New York,
who is the genius of the Hearst con
cern the brains back of W. R. has
been here for several days fixing,
things up.
Lawrence's salary was reported to
be $60,000 -a year; and, in addition to
chopping that off, two $15,000 editors
and an $8,000 advertising man were
dropped from the payroll recently.
Arthur Clarke and Micneteoa were
the editors and Cressey the advertis
ing man;, and all of them, stars in
1 their ling '
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