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AN AD-LESS NEWSPAPERALL THE NEWS IN
TABLOID FORM BIG TYPE EASY TO READ
THE DAY BOOK
500 SO. PEORIA ST
TEL. MONROE 353
VOL.2,NQ.76 Chicago, Friday, Dec. 27, 1912 lONE CENT
WIFE LASHES OTHER WOMAN WITH WHIP JllJST
"TO PROVE SHE LOVES HUSBAND"
Husband Told Other Woman He Was Widower and
Took His Kids With Him When He Called
Taught Kids to Call Mother Grandma.
Cinciimati, O., Dec. '27. "If 'I
hadn't yloved my husband, I
wouldn't have gone to all that
MOTHER SHOT INWOMB;
BOTH DOING WELL
Windsor, Col., Dec. 27. -With
a visit of the stork only two weeks
away, Mrs. Frederick Brunei, 34
years old., was shot in the abdo
men at an old-fashioned wedding
She was taken to the Windsor
hospital, an4 a Caesarian opera
tion performed. It was success
ful. Both mother and baby are
expected o live.
The baby is a nine pound boy.
The bullet scratched .his iody
Jacob Lxchtenwald and John
Lindt are-fa .the Greeley jail
charged with the shjooling.
Neither is able to say who fired
the bullet. Both say the shooting
trouble buying a whip and trail
ing a woman 'in the cold night,
and then getting arrested for it."
Thus does Mrs. Edward R.
Steel, of this city, give to the
world a new and "simple-test of
the extent of a woman's love for
On Christmas eve, wfiile other
women were out buying bad
cigars, purple silk socks, green
ties and 50M:ent smoking sets,
wherewith'to show. their love for
their husbands. Mrs. Steel was
buying a buggy "whip with the
same end jn view.
Having acquired the buggy
whip, Mrs. Steel journeyed to the
home of Miss Alice O'Connell, at
Newport, O., and called that
young lady to the door..
There -were 410 preliminaries.
Miss O'Connell wore a thin house
waist. Mrs. Steel had the buggy
When the police came in an-