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UAST EDITION ONE CENT, RUSSIAN FLEET TO ATTACK BULGARIANS U. S. GOM'N AGAINST PRIVATE POLICE MEXICAN FACTIONS ARE IN REVOLT AGAIN THE DAY BOOK An Adless Newspaper, Daily Except Sunday VOL 5, NO. 29 Chicago, Saturday, October 30, 1915 398 CROOKED POLITICIANS MAY GETSOAKED 'Industrial Relations Comrhittee Chairman Frank -P Walsh, Who Spanked 'Rockefeller, Promises to Rattle Bones of Journalism Becomes . an Editor. BY JUDSON KING Kansas City, Mo., Oct 30. "I be lieve that under the existing status of the common law the subscribers to a newspaper obtain not only a moral but a vested right; and are legally en titled, upon proper showing, to a mandatory injunction , against its publisher requiring him to print the truth fairly and without discrimina tion." .. . . Signal I l7,ed by.ao. utterance, this sort, the entrance of Frank P. Walsh into the field of journalism promises to stir up as nifty a row in the news paper world as did .his activities as chairman of the industrial relations commission among employers of labor. Walsh has "assumed sole direction of the editorial, news and .business policies" of one of the biggest news papers west of the Mississippi the Kansas City Post The announce- jjmjent causejtft jjanfc in. local political