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LAST -EDITION ONE CENT
FRANK WILL NOT HANG TO SERVE UFE.TERM
EXPECT CONFESSION AT JOLIET PEN
iTRUSTIES UNDERGO A STIFF QUESTIONING
THE DAY BOOK
An Adless Newspaper, DaUy Except Sunday
VOL. 4, NO. 225 Chicago, Monday, June 21, 1915 398H
WHY ROB PHONE USERS
FOR ARMOUR'S GAIN?
Job On to Take $6,000,000 From Pockets of the People
and Give It to the Multi-millionaire Boss of ,
1 the Stockyards.
BY N. D. COCHRAN
1 The Armour interests, principal owners of the bonds
of the Automatic phone company, have set the Invisible
Government in Chicago at work in an effort to force
council to make Armour and his pals a present of some'
thing like SIX MILLION DOLLARS.
The Daily News rushes to the rescue today with an
editorial ordering council not to rob poor Ogden Armour
by enforcing the forfeiture clause of the Automatic fran
chise. "The city should stand prepared now, as in the past,
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