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RUSSIAN ACTIVITY MAY PREVENT KAISER'S
EFFORTS TO PREVENT GENERAL EURO- - ,
; PEAN WAR BRITISH FLEET SAILS ,
Entered as Second-Class Matter April 21, 1914, at the PostofflcelfiP
Chicago, 111,, Under the .Act of March 3, 1879.
THE DAY BOOK
An Adless Newspaper, Daily Except Sunday
N, D. Cochran,
Editor and Publisher.
500 South Peoria St.
Tel. Monroe 353. j-s
By Mail, Except in
VOL. 3, NO. 256 Chicago, Wednesday, 'July 29, 1914
HARPER'S WEEKLY SHOWS UP HEARST
AS A MALICIOUS FAKER DF NEWS
Story of a New York Reporter Who Threw Up His Hearst
Job Rather Than Stand 'for Hearst Fakery Why
Roscoe C. Mitchell Refused to Be
"Good Soldier" for Hearst,
'.' BY N. D. COCHRAN
Harper's Weekly printed a' big news story last week, a story-of vital
interest to millions of people in this country yet I haven't seen the news
of thatnews story given to the public by any of the newspapers.
The story shows how Hearst fakes news, colors it, suppresses it and
deliberately manufacture It' to serve ,his own selfish purposes or those who
are back of him in his vicious campaign against President Wilson and Sec
retary Bryan. A j '
It is a story of a reporter for Hearst's New York American, who re
signed when Hearst's paper colored lifs dispatches from Niagara concern
ing the news of the Mexican mediators, and manufactured news in the
Hearst New York office and insertedLit in telegraphic news sent from Nia
gara by ttJsTCporter, --t- ,v