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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, October 03, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 3

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"Were you told over the -wire that
the Postal Telegraph Co. says it
won't accept your business from
now on?"
"Yes, that's what I was told."
Mont Tennes and syndicate, said
to clear $75,000 a year through its
General News bureau selling race
track dope, sells his "news" service
TENTS
SERVE AS
FRONT
delivered over Automatic phones to
forty or more betting places and
gambling joints, according to a list of
places furnished Judge Landis. Wm.
Tennes supplies seven addresses and
Jos. Thoney, Citizens' ass'n investi
gator, 33 addresses. Capt. Morgan
Collins- 1st police precinct leads with
17 gambling joints, says Thoney.
HOSPITALS ON BATTLE
IN FRANCE!
This picture shows on operating room in a tent at one of the Canadian
corps dressing stations on the western front in France. First aid is given
wounded soldiers in these stations, located just back of battle front The
soldiers are then taken in ambulance trains to base hospitals'.
MALONE CONFIDENT WEST WlLL
GO FOR WILSON
"Majorities for Wilson in western
states will be large and I am going
east with the message that Califor
jiia, Utah, Wyoming and Nevada will
give their votes to Wilson," said Dud
ley Field Malone, collector of the
port of. New York, at western Demo
cratic headquarters here today. He
is returning east from a western
speaking tour.
Matthew Hale, a leading progres
sive of Massachusetts, will speak for
Wilson in Battle Creek, Nov. 3.
, Boston. After drifting all night in
hydro-aeroplane off Nantasket; Law
rence Sperry, New York aviator and
inventor, was picked up.
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