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THE DAY BOOK
An Adless Newspaper, Daily Except Sunday
VOL. 6, NO. 227 Chicago, Saturday, June 23, 1917 396i g&'
FEAR OF REVOLUTION
ON FOOD BILL
Big Influence Being Used at Capital to Get' Some Relief
to Public Wilson Ready to Move Swif fly as
Soon as Congress .Wakes- Up.
BY N. D. COCHRAN
Wasntngton, June 23. After all,
what men are thinking -about more
than they say aloud is the fear of rev
olution. Some of them have even be--gun
to talk aloud fn congress. That
explains some of the haste about the
quickly to raise wages or cut down
the high costof Hying there te danger
Uof food riots. No one knows where or
when they will break out, but there
Is a growing fear that food specula
tors in their hoggishness are driving
the people to desperation. Everybody
food biE, . JJnlesa somethjazjs .daaejuo. JtM know, dojKA bfx& Jotows Una.