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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, May 18, 1912, Image 11

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breast" of !Andy; was immediate.
It began savaging all around the
room, and pressing- the buttons
for Mayor Hatrison and the po
lice department and the street
cleaning- department, and County
Judge Owens. ;
Mayor Harrison was out to
lunch Mayor Harrison had bet-
ter be careful, or he'll be fired for
being out to lunch when Andy
needs him one of these days so
Andyand his "savage breast",
blew over to the window to take a
pipe at the music.
And, sayl You 'should have
seen that "savage breast' begin
to perform. What had gone be
fore was only a,sort of prelude, as
it were. J
The real thing came, off the
minute the eyes of the "savage
breast" fell on .a- banner round
that band wagon
The banner, in large, clear let
ters, told the crowd of j5,000
around it that "Hearst and Andy
Lawrence" were the "enemies of
union labor."
After Andy had quit choking
on the emotions 'that were heav-
( ing up from his "savage breastv
he sent for Police Captain Faddy
Lavjn. 1
When Paddy came in, arid sa
luted as a, man should salute his
superior, Andy gave his orders.
Faddy turned with amilitary
click of his heels and went out and
called out the reserves, and the
mounted, and arrested that dog
gone .band.
Surrounded by mounted police
men, and with policemen perched
on everjr corner of the wagon, the
band, playing "See the Conquer
ing Hero Comes," was led to the
Harrison Street Station, where
its several members were put in
the cpoler to teach them to re
spect the dignity of the law and
the savage breast of Andy Law
rence. And Andy's still peeved over it
and is liable to have' one of his
special writers make another ref
erence to "an obscure West Side
sheet struggling to get a circula
tion," which is the way Andy al
ways has his special writers refer
tp the Day Book when he is not
pleased with the way we have
been acting.
A dozen persons were injured,
some of them seriously, when a
W. Chicago avenue car crashed
into a Halsted street car at the
intersection of those two lines
early today.
Both cars were jammed with
workers on their way downtown.
The collision came without warn
ing. Ambulances weret rushed to
thescene and. the injured were
taken to hospitals.
The most seriously hurt :
Edward Stelnman, 1717 Julien
street, gash in left side of heady
cuts and bruises about face, hand,
and body; taken to the Passavant
hospital. '
Mrs. Frances Vohafski, 530 Ar
mour street, head, face and body
badly cut and bruised; faken t"
Passavant hospital.
Otto Gelland, 2437" Cortei st.t
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