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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 21, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 32',
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ANDY AND FRED IN ODD ROLES
TO PUBLISH "TRUTH"
Andrew M. Lawrence, deposed pub
lisher of Mister Hearst's Examiner,
has gone to California.,
Also, Fred W. Lawrence, one time
city editor of Mister Hearst's morn
ing paper in Chicago, is on his way
toward the Golden Gate.
But both A. M. and, P. W. will be
back again. The fact that Andrew
M. has been deposed as publisher for
Mister Hearst does not mean, neces
sarily, that he no longer will be a
publisher in Chicago. As a matter
of fact, Andrew M., in connection
with Brother Fred, will start another
paper in Chicago in November.
The new Chicago paper will not be
a daily, but wiH be published weekly.
The name of the new publication will
be "Truth," and it will be gotten out
along the same lines as the London
publication that bears the same
F. W. Lawrence, before leaving for
San Francisco, told of the plans for
the new publication. He said that
"Truth" positively would not accept
any advertisements of any kind, but
would depend upon its sale at ten
cents a copy for its revenue. He said
that the best writers obtainable
would be employed and that they ex
pected to dispose of 50,000 copies on
their first issue, which will be going
some. But then, what's the harm in
hoping? Clyde Morrison, who got
rid of something like $100,000 in an
attempt to publish defunct Morri
son's Weekly, and Lieut. Gov. O'Hara,
who failed to make a go of the Chi
cago Magazine, probably could tell
the Lawrence brothers how cold a
public they have to depend upon in
GERMANY WANTS INDEMNITY
Berlin, via wireless to Sayvifle, L. I.
The German government, through
Sec'y of the Treasury Helyerich, has
virtually served notice that ste in
tends to levy heavy indemnities
against her enemies, if they are de
feated, at the end of the war. Dr.
Helfferich told the Reichstag that
despite their exhaustion Germany in
tends to impose the war burdens on,
those "responsible for the war."
By H. M. Cochran.
When somebody pulls down the front
And turns the light down low.
When some little youngster's bed is
And the pillow's fixed just so.
When some rocker squeaks from a
And the clock's tick ticks out clear.
When somebody sings a lullaby
To somebody's slumberin' dear.
When somebody hums of various
That run to the nursery rhyme.
Why, then, you will know, in the eve
It's somebody's cuddlin' time.
FRANK SLAYERS KNOWN?
.Atlanta, Ga., Aug. 21. That Gov.
Harris has discovered the identity of
several of Leo Frank's lynchers was
generally believed here today. Ar
rests were being delayed, it was said,
to avoid putting the others on their
guard. The governor was reported
to have received many threatening
CHICAGO GRAIN. Grain down.
Provisions down. SepL wheat close,
NEW YORK STOCKS. Market
unsettled throughout session.
Fair tonight and Sunday; warmer
Sunday; moderate northwest winds,
diminishing. Temperature Friday:
Highest, 68; lowest $3 ,