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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, September 29, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 12

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squad to teach them primary plays.
Wonder what brand of secrecy he'll
invent for the days when he wants to
tune 'em up for a real game.
Fellow named Sparks is supposed
to be the live one of Chicago's foot
ball team. Well, why not?-
Charley Somers believes in rubbing
it in. When he heard he'd won a point
in the suit Joe Birmingham, his for
mer manager, filed against him, he
signed Lee Fohl, the man who got
Birmingham's job, to manage his
Cleveland team next year.
Since he's talked himself out of the
world series money Johnny Evers
probably realizes there's something in
that old proverb about silence being
golden.
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SAY PACKERS ARE TRYING TO
STING CHI. HOUSEWIVES
Manipulation of the Chicago meat
market so that they can unload a big
batch of poor cold storage stock of
meat upon Chicago housewives is
charged against the packers by the
United Master Butchers.
"The packers are trying to unload
wretched Argentina meat on the peo
ple," said Edw..,Levy, iormer presi
dent of the Master Butchers, "while
they ship the better domestic meat
abroad.
"Every kind of meat has been rais
ed about 5 cents and butchers can't
get the better stuff."
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CATTLE KING ACCUSED OF
FRAUD DEALINGS
Jas. Dorsey, millionaire cattle king
of Kane county and president of the
Elgin Road Race ass'n, is being in
vestigated by federal agents on
charge of fraudulent cattle broker
age. Western farmers were today ready
to appear before federal grand jury
to tell that Dorsey solicited their busi
ness through the "mails and sold them
cattle which he claimed were free
from tuberculosis, but which had to
be killed by the purchasers because of
the disease.
MERELY COMMENT
Gee whiz, Andy Lawrence is about
due in town.
Coming from Caiiforny, and loaded
to the muzzle with scrapnel for his
ex-boss, Willie Hearst.
If Andy tells all he knows about ad
vertising and advertisers there'll be
something doin'.
Now that the Trib is a maje and
wearing a sword, we must expect it
to be warlike.
The army will now be majed from
Chicago.
What's biting the Journal nowa
days? Got it in for Aid. Merriam?
Watch out, John, Merriam doesn't
turn the other cheek. He's generally
there with a come-back.
Say, Chief Healey, just remember,
that garment workers are citizens
just as much as their bosses.
Tell the cops not to be too handy
with their clubs.
Henry M. Hyde is running an im
portant series in the Trib on how we
make criminals by needless and un
justified arrests.
The most efficient cop isn't the one
who has the longest record-of ar
rests. And cops are not the hired servants
of employers any more than of em
ployes. If you're bound to pinch people,
pinch some of those alleged private
"detectives."
They have no more right on the
street than workingmen.
And too often they are merely hired
sluggers.
A real live English lord breezed
into town to make a touch.
All he wants is a billion. John Bull
needs the money.
Some opportunity for .our leading
money-lenders to help Morgan get a
big rake-off.
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Oregon hop crop valued at $2,000,
000, America going dry, and inter--..,rt;e
with Germany shot to pieces.
Wow!
mmmmnmmmmmammimmmmmmmmm

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