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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 09, 1913, NOON EDITION, Image 10

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One holds only "the business of
life" and the other is just clamoring
to fill your existence with romance
and love. ,
Against the background of
heaven's own blue. Janie's yellow hair,
with its perky black bow, seems to
grow curlier and more charming in
the damp air. Her sunburned arms
and face make her satiny throat
seem whiter than ever covered wo
man's heart before.
Like some fascinating sea nymph
she seems, and poor Tom wonders
somewhat ruefully as he tries to look
love into the brown-flecked eyes that
are hiding behind the silken lattice of
curling lashes if she is not like the
fabled Undine without a soul to re
spond to fervent protestations.
Poor Tom, if he could only realize
it! Janie's heart this very minute is
pumping so like mad that she Is al
most sure Tom will see it under her
bathing blouse. For dainty Janie has
robed herself in bathing togs,v not to
go in theater, but to bring Tom's
courage up to the proposing point
and now she is so lovely in her de
mure unconsciousness of her' beauty
that Tom's courage is oozing out
faster than usual.
"I can never hope that a girl like
Janie will love a fellow like mej" he
sighs to himself, "I am just an earth
ly clod, while Janie, perched up there
on the pile, is part of the brilliant sun
shine, the balmy ir, the murmuring
waves, the fleecy clouds dotting the
sky Janie is npt Just a summer girl
she is all the. joy, the fragrance.and
love one finds in summer."
lo o
Stanley Peterrnan, 5004 W. 29th
pi., shot and killed b yhis landlord,
Joseph Scewczykowski, after argu
ment over unpaid rent.
Max Pancek, 732 Milwaukee av.,
had head laid open by glass wielded
by wife. County Hospital.
Henry A. Blair, Chicago Railways
Co., back from Europe, admitted Lon
don is ahead of Chicago in handling
traffic.
CHICAGO BRIEES
W. W. Charles, retired real estate
dealer, 3223 Indiana av., ran down
and probably fatally injured by auto
owned by Dr. Robert Sonnenschein,
3744 Prairie av., and driven by Chauf
feur George Margin.
Robert T. T. Milligan, founder of
"Kingdom of Vineyard of God," re
cently convicted for trying to attack
Alice Turrentine, 6929 Wentworth
ay., sentenced to from 1 to 14 years.
Daylight burglars got jewelry
worth $950 from home of J. H.
Schneider, 715 Sheridan road.
Emma Schram, 1606 S. Paulina st.,
jumped off Lincoln Park high bridge.
Rescued by Policeman Joseph Lang
lois. Herbert Stepulal, 4721 Wirithrop
av., cashier for Foreman & Hoch
mesiter, brokers, arrested on charge
of embezzling $3,000.
Mrs. Mamie Rogers, 5488 Ellis av.,
tried to die by gas. Rescued by neigh
bors. Crazed with pain from having
teeth extracted.
Harry Ellis, 1641 W. 104th pi., tele
graph construction supt., Cudahy Co.,
arrested on complaint of several
boys. Case continued. $15,000 bonds.
Joseph Riley, 609 Independence
blvd., thrown from motorcycle at
Michigan and Clark sts. by auto own
ed and driven by Richard Sullivan,
624 Garfield av. Badly bruised.
Evanstori street cars began run
ning yesterday for first time since
July 3.
John Grady, hotel chef, 121 E. 25th
st., formally booked on charge of
murdering his wife who has been
missing for nearly two years.
Chicago life saving station, at
mouth of river,, attacked by flames.
Judge Daniel C. Gregg, Marshall
county court, named temporary suc
cessor to Judge Cutting of Probate
Court.
City and county will demand
higher taxes from -big corporations.
Police looking for Julia McKellar,
i 10, 1517 W. Harrison st Foster fath-

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