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POOR LIU DAN CUPID GETS SOME TERRIBLE
"JOLTS IN JUDGE GIBBONS' DIVORCE COURT
THE DAY BOOK
An Adless Dcdly Newspaper.
N. D. Cochran,
Editor and Publisher,
500 South Peoria St.
Tel. Monroe 353.
VOL.2; NO. 232 Chicago, Monday, June 30, 1913
TEN-YEAR-OLD BOY RESCUES GIRL
FROM "WHITE SLAVE DEN"
Little Italian Lad of New York's Slums Tells Mary Boyle
O'Reilly How He Got Sister Away From
Blackest of All Fates,
By Mary Boyle O'Reilly.
New York, June 30. The time has
gone, never to return, when the
ghastly subject of "white slavery"
can be concealed from young girls.
For their own protection even little
wage-earners must be warned of this
social cobra lurking beside their
HERE'S A COOLING TIP
(Sing It Tune of "Old Apple Tree")
Get in front of the old garden hose,
It's a mighty fine place, goodness
'Cause the water is wet, it will wash
off the sweat.
Though you, may get a quart up
' your nose.
When the weather is hot do not cuss,
But, by golly, just take it from us;
Put aside all your woes,
Take a beautiful pose,
JUght in front Qt the old garden hose.
path. For their childhood no longer
Three weeks ago two haiS-grown
sisters looking for summer work in
down-town New York suddenly dis
appeared. Until yesterday no one
could trace their whereabouts.
Then Tony Mazzo, their 10-year-old
cousin, rescued one of the two
from the blackest of all fates!
Brencasio Capotini, the hard
working father of four children, sat,
utterly broken, in his two-room cel
"I can no talka Englis' well," he
apologized, his toil-gnarled hands
working miserably. "But I fry.
"Signora, it is like this. When chil
dren know more than their parents,
then comes mooch trouble. I say
true words. The children they go by
da; school, goon they know more