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rOU& BE SORE, TOO, IF HUNTERS TREATED
YOU AS THEY DID "MAMIE" STORY INSIDE
THE DAY BOOK
C N. D. Cochran,
Editor and Publisher.
500 South Peoria St.
TeL Monroe 353.
VOL.2, NO. 194 Chicago, Thursday, May 15, 1913
MYSTERIOUS AND SCANDALOUS CONDUCT OF.
HIGH-BRED AND BLUE-BLOODED LADY BLUE
The Aristocratic Miss of Drexel Boulevard Eludes Her
j Maid and Elopes Up an Alley With Member of the
' Common Herd Rescued by Private Detectives, .
Taken Home and Her Sins Forgiven.
A new scandal is rending the ranks
of our wealthiest and low-neckest
The details of theaffair are
shrouded in 'mystery, anji all those
who took any part in thescandal are
observing the strictest silence.
It seems that Lady Blue, a great
favorite of Edward Morris, the Pork
King, had been acting strangely for
She was heard to express openly
her desire to meet "some real fellows
instead of a lot of society pinheads
Who could do nothing except drink
champagne and Scotch highballs and
dance the tango."
Naturally such socialistic talk
thoroughly alarmed the Morris fam
ily, which has quite forgotten the
days when its founders went around
In shirtsleeves and chewed tobacco.
Accordingly, lady Blue's maid was
instructed to keep the jdosest watch
upon her at every hour of the day and
night, even being ordered to sleep
with her at nights.
Yesterday morning the maid, left
Lady Blue alone in the sun -parlor of
the Morris home at 4800 Drexel
The maid was gone only long
enough to wave a kiss to the police
man on the beat, but when she re
turned Lady Blue had disappeared.
Trembling with fear, the maid
made a wild search through the pala
tial Morris home for the society de
butante who had been left in her
There was no trace of this mem
ber of the Morris household in the
house, and at last the fainting maid
was forced to give the alarm, ad
mitting at the same time her costly
The great house went into an up
roar immediately. The maid was
fired, just as she swooned into the
arm? of the second footman, who is
English and wears a moustache, but
no aitches in his vocabulary.
Every male servant in the house
hold was. sent out in a different di
rection in an automobile to hunt for
the missing heiress.
An hour passed. One by one the
servants telephoned in that they
could find no trace ofXadyBme.