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The day book. [volume] (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, February 18, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 3

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son is the dead: and .the other saith,
Nay; but thy son is dead, and my
son is the living.
The king said, Bring me a sword.
And they brought a sword before the
And the king said, Divide the living
child in two, and give half '.to the one,
and half to the other.
Then spake the woman ... 0 my
lord, give her the living child, and in
no wise slay it. But the other said,
Let it be neither mine nor thine, but
divide it."
Then the king answered and said,
Give her the living child, and in no
wise slay it: she is the mother there
of. I. Kings, 3:23-27.
The real -mother who would
rather that the other had her child
than it should be killed.
He Dis-
Dunbar Before
The Boy Found and Whom Two
Mothers Claim. '
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Fred Hoffman and wife, 838
Blackhawk av., went visiting and
locked children in house. Edith, 7,
and Bertha, 3, played with matches.
Policeman burst through door and
rescued unconscious children. Par
ents arrested.
Earnest Laky, 18,. struck father,
Jasper Laky, 60, 1706 S. Halsted st.
Jasper's head fractured, died from
injuries. ..Earnest arrested. -
Police called to settle quarrel over
v burial of Eleanor Murphy, 2, 1537
Washburne av. Father and mother
of child could not agree upon date of
Mrs. Edmund Von Kaenel, 312
Wendell St., stopped by two robbers.
Put up fight Saved-purse.
Body of woman known as "Miss
Katherine Mess" identified as Mrs.
Kathrina Mellenvitch, 38, 1867 Maud,
av. Woman found shot to death inj
Water main burst'in front of 136 S
Clark st. Nearby buildings flooded.,
Loop light threatened when waterf
entered Edison Company vauls.
Women censors passed films
Funkhouser barred. 3
Violet -Krawcewski, 17, claims
Stephen Miliff, John Demjtros and,
Stephen Layman locked her in rooms,
over poolroom in South Chicago."
Men held for contributing to girl's,
delinquency. j
A. H. Dwight, president of Dwighi)
Paper -Go., given 60 days in jail by

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