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CROWDS STONE GERMAN CONSULATE IN ANTI
GERMAN RIOTS AT VALPARAISO
THE DAY BOOK
An Adless Newspaper, Daily Except Sunday
N. t). Cochran.
Editor and Publisher.
500 South Peoria St.
Editorial Monroe 353.
Ckculatiew Monroe 3826.
VOL. 4, NO. 56 Chicago, Wednesday, Dec. 2, 1914 ONE CENT
YOUNG GIRL SAYS RICH EMPLOYER
IS FATHER OF HER CHILD
Domestic Accuses James 1V. JKralovec, Wealthy Insur
ance Man Says Affair Started When She Was in
His Employ Man Denies Charge Women
Take Up Girl's Story
In a warrant sworn out in the
Court of Domestic Relations yester
day another wealthy man is accused
of being the father of a servant girl's
, The man named In the warrant is
James M". Kralovec. 'He is described
by the girl as the hea'd of the firm of
Kralovec & Sons, insurance agents.
Ludvicka Novack, 2958 W. 26th st, is
Kralovec is 60 years old. Accord
ing to the girl's story, she went, to
work as a domestic in his home at
21Q.7 S. Ashland blvd. during the sum
Her wages for working there were
$4 and later $5 a week. She is an
unusually good-looking girL She says
that she had not been there long
When he began showing her very
She was torn between submitting
to him or repulsing him and losing
her job. And times had been ex
tremely hard for . Ludvicka. That
weekly bit she was earning at his
home looked like a fortune to her. s.
One night she confesses she weak
ened. July 31 of this year a baby boy
was born to the unmarried girL Then,
ghe gavs jshe made, efforts" to- have
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