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Entered as Second-Class Matter April 21, 19X4, at the Postoffice at
Chicago, HL, Under the 'Act of March 3, 1879.
THE DAY BOOK
An Adless Newspaper, Daily Except Sunday
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VOL. 3, NO. 226 Chicago, Tuesday, June .23, 1914 . . ONE CENT
COEDS AND YOUNG MEN VICTIMS OF
GROWING DOPE EVIL IS CHAM
State's Atfy Hoyne Begins Campaign Against D6p&
Syndicate By Arrest of Wealthy Druggist u
Dope Dens Told OK
There are in Chicago .
Fashionable houses that are dens for dope fiends;
Big drug companies that are' making thousands of dollars .from the
sale of dope to these houses; i
Dives, particularly on the North Side, in which men and women, young
girls and boys, lay around stupefied from drugs.
With the above information,to work tipon, State's Attorney Hbyne has
entered the' fight against the spread of the dope eviL
Many startling facts have confronted the state's attorney since he took
up seriously the fight originated byAss't Corporation Counsel George L
Eeker and Police Captain P. D. O'Brien.
The drug habit is.growing among the young of Chicago. JThere ard
several flats near high schools and" the university districts that are making
all their money from male students and co-eds who first fall victims from)
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