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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 06, 1915, NOON EDITION, Image 3

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Margaret King (left), .Hilda Carling (right), New York society girls
who appeared as the dancing Bacchantes at the benefit given for the blind
by the society women of New Yorl.
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TO FIGHT TUBERCULOSIS
A combination of forces that is ex
pected to make the fight against' tu
berculosis more strong was brought
about yesterday whe nthe city and
county authorities agreed to co-operate.
By the use of a common board of
admission and a mutual understand
ing of the work done by the county
and city men, better results will-be-
obtained.
The receiving board will probably
be located in the County hospital,
from where, after examinations by
the city and county doctors, patients
will be sent to the million-dollar san
itarium of the city and the great
fresh-air hospital of the county.
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Fifteen persons rescued this morn-
ing from fire in. bids at 344 Holt st.1
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