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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, September 28, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 12

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and to their aunt, whose husband,
w David Beatty, is an admiral in the
k King s navy.
In fact, every man, -woman or
child who comes to Chicago to live
and increase the-, population in
creases the value of tnemillions and
millions of dollars' worth of loop
land owned by these boys and hence
adds to their fortune.
All these years he has been in Eng
land getting an education all Chicago
has been working for him. And now
he is here, right in our midst. And a
full-grown, twenty-one years' old
Welcome to our city Marshall Field
III. beg pardon, welcome to YOUR
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The first organized Democratic
bolt of Roger Sullivan was launched
Name The Cook County Demo
cratic Raymond Robins League.
Officers David Rosenheim, presi
dent; Hugh M. Reid, secretary; Mor
ris Kaufmann, treasurer.
The Call "As Democrats of Cook
county earnestly interested in the
continued success of the Wilson ad
ministration, and dismayed at the
possibility of the election of Roger
Sullivan to the United States senate,
we, the undersigned, join in suggest
ing the advisability of a Democratic
Robins league, to include in the mem
bership those Democrats of Cook
county who believe that in this emer
gency Raymond Robins should be
elected and Roger Sullivan should be
Among those who signed the call
were John Fitzpatrick and Ed Nock
els, president and secretary of the
Chicago Federation of Labor; George
Schilling, president of the board of
local improvements; Rev. Hiram
Vrooman, brother of Carl S. Vroo
man, ass't state's att'y; Wm. H. Holly,
Stoughton Cooley, T. P. Quinn, John
Z. White, Dr. A. A. Gore, Rudolph
Huem and many others.
President David Rosenheim Bays
that not less than I 00,000 real Demo
crats will vote for Robins to defeat
Sullivan and Sherman.
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Press censorship that withholds
grewsome tales of the battlefields"
and lists of the dead and keeps up
the war spirit by giving out heroic
tales of bravery is blamed for the
prolonging of the war by Prof. Gra
ham Taylor of the Chicago Commons
in a speech before the Forum and
Chicago Peace Society Sunday.
If the horrors of war were told by
the censors and the enormous lists of
dead published public opinion would
force the close of hostilities, the pro
fessor says.
"Even the lists of the dead and
wounded are withheld from publica
tion by the press censors," he said.
"The war has reversed all of the
ideals of highest civilization the
world has eevr known, and later gen
erations will call us the educated bar
barians, the Christian assassins."
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Lester E. McDonald, 20, and mar
ried, of Jackson, Mo., may be charg
ed with violation of Mann act. He
was arrested Sunday in Planters'
Hotel with Elizabeth Holland, a girl
from his home town.
In his cell he said too much spend
ing money had led him into bad com
pany. Unable to secure more cash
to entertain Elizabeth, he confessed
he stole his father's auto, sold it for
$200, left his wife and baby and took
the Holland girl to a Chicago hotel.
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A Fredonia cigar salesman, who,
owns a motorcar, explains this week
that the mysterious black box on the
rear of the car, which has puzzled
the whole town for a month, Is to
hold his cigars, order books, etc.,
with plenty of room for the etc
Kansas City Star.
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