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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, September 14, 1912, Image 4',
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""AVOID MARRIED MEN"
St Louis, Sept 14. -Estelle
Massey, 19 years old, because of
whom the Rev. W. T. Dunn, 49,
and father of nine children, re
cently was unfrocked, is now
giving advice to young girls.
"Avoid married men altogeth
er," she says. "Look what hap
pened to me.
"Avoid the man with the sug
gestive look. After the scandal
about Mr. Dunn and myself, a
high officer of the church,- one xf
those who most loudly denounced
Dunn, shook hands with me in
the church and held my hand and
squeezed it for a long time, while
he gave me one of those looks."
When the expose of the girl's
connection with Dunn came the
girl insisted on taking all the
blame for the lovemaking.
, Mrs. Dunn, who is a sister of
Dunn's first wife, accepts the
word of both her husband and
Miss Massey that their love wa
pure. She has forgiven him.
GOLD MINES DISCOVERED
Gee, but our judges appear to
be regular gold mines 1 T p
Judge Rufus Robinson, of the
auto speeders' court, was touch?
ed for a note for $2,000 by a pick
pocket on a Cottage Grove ave
nue caY at 31st street last night?
But that little $2,000 momento
is not the wofst. No, indeed!
Probably Judge Robinson would
consider himself poor if all he had
in his possession were a note for
"There is some consolation,'-:
he said today, "in the fact that
tne pickpocket overlooked $ouu in
cash I had in another pocket." t
Hereafter our-well-known Chi
cago pickpockets will devote their
attention to our municipal judgesT
instead of to low, common, ordin
ary millionaires, who only, carry,
a few tens around with them.
WHAT HAPPENED IN CHICAGO
Jacob LeBoSkey, chosen repre
sentative for "L" road employes
on arbitration board.
Marie Northrup, 3140 Fulton
st., nurse for four orphans, found
intoxicated. 1j25 and costs.
Babies taken to St. Vincent's Or
Memorial services for Mikado
Mutsuhito held today. 300 Jap
anese of Chicago, most of them U.
of C students, attended.
Dn Shigeo Yamamouchi, U. of
G, Hidetaro, tea merchant and
Yacicho Shimidsu, acting consul,
Exhibition flying, dropping of
mail and "scratch" races made af-
ternoon'5 program-a.t Cicero. l
Dr. Bernard Fantus, "candy
doctor,'1 taking lessons from lo-J
cal candymaker. Says he" wilt
soon be able to produce delicious'
sulphur taffy, cod liver oil choco-'
late creams a"nd quinine carmals,1
that kids will cry for. -,
Fred Snyder, Helena, Mon.,T
salesman, drugged and robbed in
McGoyenor Bros.' saloon, 432 N.1
Clark st Woke up $32 short
Jack Curley, prize fight pro-i
motor, took charere of funeral of
Jack Johnson's white 'wife. r