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' r DAY BOOK FACTS
.re YOU a new subscriber?
Jf so, study The Day Book
carefully. It is not like any other
newspaper you ever., read. It
prints no advertising; hence its
Size is small and convenient.
No afternoon newspaper in
Chicago gets a larger or better
telegraph or cable press associa
tion service. But we boil it down.
And when you have read it
through, you'll have all the real
news you'll find in any or all of
the other newspapers.
You are apt to find SOME that
the others don't print for The
Day Book is under obligation to
no big or little advertiser. It can't
get more than six cents a week
from any person, and that puts all
in the same class.
' It has the best pictures, the best
humor and the best reading mat
ter for all members of the family
and it has all the real news.
You Can easily keep a file of
your Day Books ; for you can bind
them together from month to
month and stand them up in the
bookcase with other books.
The Day Book is REALLY an
afternoon newspaper. It goes to
press three and a half hours later
with, its home edition than the
other Chicago evening papers. So
you will find news in today's Day
Book that won't appear in any
other Chicago paper until tomor
row. You find no "continued on next
page" stories in The Day Book.
,When you start to read an article
you go right through with it. And,
and handle the papert without in
convenience to yourself pr any-:
You'll,, find other advantages
'yourself that are. not mentioned
here. ' , -
Here is a picture taken of the
five men arraigned for the mur
der of Herman Rosenthal, the
New York gambler the crime
which has laid bare New York&
shameful police graft system.
The three upper, from left to
right, are Jack Sullivan, Lieut.
Becker, William Shapiro. Lower J
two: "Whitey" Lewis arid "Da
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