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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, October 04, 1912, Image 3

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was Captain Collins, of South
Chicago. The result was war
rants for the arrest of 29 dive-
keepers in the Strand and Harbor
avenue districts.
It was after this Wayman de
cided to act against the property
Many warrants against owners
were made out and filed-secretly.
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Lady I guess you're getting a
good thing out of tending the rich
Smith boy,r ain't ye, doctor?"
Doctor Well, yes, I get a
W -to ., ;,Y V ,
jauy wen, i nope you won t
t forget that' my Willie threw the
brick that hit himl"
" SchoolboyFather, will you
please punctuate this sentence:
"A $5 bill blew round the cor
ner?" Father I'd simply put a full
stop after it.
Schoolboy T. wouldn't. I'd
make a daSh after it

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