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GIRL CLAIMS SHE WAS . SABATHS ARE GUILTY; KIDNAPED, ROBBED MAN IS WHIRLED TO AND ASSAULTED DEATH AT PAINT CO. THt DAY BOOK An Adless Daily Newspaper. N. D. Cochran, Tel. Monroe 353. Editor and Publisher. ilsllIP , Automatic 51-422. 500 South Peoria St. 398 By Mail, 50 Cents a Month. VOL.3, NO. 148 Chicago, Monday, March 23, 1914 ONE CENT FINDING OF BABY'S BODY LEADS TO PROBE OF MIDWIFE CONDITIONS Police Find Startling Conditions While Probing Death of Baby Found In Alley Midwife Arrested Girl Mother Seriously-ill. How desperate young girls are caught in the meshes of midwives and their health ruined is brought out by the finding of the dead'body of a baby' in the' alley at the rear of 1904 Fulton street Friday. In connection with the finding- of the body Emilie Hapner, a widwif e a 241 N. Wood street, has been arrest ed. She was arraigned before Judge Dolan this morning and th,e case con tinued until March 26. When the body was discovereuDe tective Sergeant William F. Bowler of the West Lake street station was put on the case. He discovered -that a- young girl had given birth to -a baby a,t the Hapner home. Accompanied by Sergeants' O'Hara and Thorpe he went to the Wood . street address. He found th&.girl in bed. She was a vry young girL .Her name is Emma Van Zettern. 'Her parents reside at 1351 North. HaQilin avenue She told them that when she found the child was dead she gave Jhe mid wife $5 with which to bury the body. "The officers sought the Hapner wo man. She protested that she had buried the-child. But she showed no 'burial permit. - .