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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 02, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 1

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THE DAY BOOK
.An Adless Newspaper, Daily Except Sunday
VOL 5, NO. 31 Chicago-Tuesday, November 2, 1915
398
THE TRIBUNE TICKLES
OUR POLICE FORCE
-?Tr'
All the Coppers Are Heroes and All the Strikers Are
Rowdies The Way Chief Schuettler Fills the
Trib. Nowadays.
The most sinister newspaper trick
ery foisted on the people of Chicago
in recent days can be found on the
pages of the Chicago Tribune for last
Saturday, last Sunday and today.
Two or three more samples of poison
ed news such as the Tribune has car
ried on the police handling of the gar
ment strike and the Tribune will go
into a class with the. Hearst papers.
Already the feeling against it has
spread a good deal farther than labor
union circles and the realm of club
.women and social workers.
It is clear jto people vho; do theh
own thinking why the Tribune should
use its pews columns to protect bank
ers, department stores and its own
school land leasehold. It is not so
clear why any' editor or publisher
over at the Tribune office should join
hands with Herman Schuettler, act
ing police chief, and give Schuettler
free space to run a campaign of mis
representation. In view of the fact that State's
Att'y Hoyne begins trial this week of
a captain "and a lieutenant of detec
tives, and there have been convicted
I tiiis summer four sucEy-handed,
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