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TRUST PRESS DON'T
AGREE ON FACTS IN
PARROT MUST DIE
WITH MISTRESS IN ,
STRANGE WILL J''
THE DAY BOOK
An Adless Daily Newspaper.
N. D. Cochran, Sjjg3fc Tel. Monroe 353.
Editor and Publisher. lillgp Automatic 51-422.
500 South Peoria St. 398 Bv Mail. 50 Cents a. Month.
VOL. 3, NO. 164 Chicago, Friday, April 10, 1914
ONE CENT 1H
EX-CONVICT, WHO WAS DR3VEN AWAY
IY THREATS, "CI
Harry S. Hayward Tells His Own Story of How "Glad
Hand" Petition Finally Coaxed Him Back To Town
That Had Practically Turned Him Out.
(Not long since The Day Book told
the story; of Harry S. Hayward, a
young newspaper man who had dis
appeared from Cumberland., Md., up
on receipt of letters threatening to
expose the fact that he had been in
the penitentiary. Our story told haw
the whole town of Cumberland had
joined in a movement to find the
missing man, who had become an
honored .citizen, and bring him back
and re-establish him in their midst as
a friend. Hayward did "come back"
in response to a "Glad Hand Club"
petition which was signed by practi
cally the whole cltv. The editor of J
The Day Book wrote Hayward and
asked him to write an article on how
it feels to come back under the cir
cumstances he found in Cumberland.
The following is his personal story.
BY HARRY S. HAYWARD.
Cumberland, Md., April 10. You
ask me to tell you what it means to
"come back" tp come back to the
town and to the position which I felt
I had been driven from by threats to
reveal my past record of a- criminal
career. I could write aibook on it, let
alone a newspaper, and some day 1
wilL maybe., ""