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NEWSPAPER STORY BY
N. Z. COCHRAN ON
CHARLES W. MORSE IS
DRAGGED INTO THE
Entered as Second-Gass Matter Ajifl a. 1914, at the Postaffice at
Chicago, EL, Under tie Act of Mach 3, 1879; , ?
THE DAY BOOK I
An Adtess Daily Newspaper,
Daily Except Sunday.
N. D. Cochran, , Te1, Monroe 353.
Editor and Publisher. J By' Mail, Except in
. 500 South Peoria St. 398 Chicago, $3 a Year.
VOL. 3, NO. 199 Chicago, Thursday, May 21, 1914
WORKING GIRL CLAIMS HER CHILD
CAN CALL RICH MAN "PAPA"
Girl Claims That Wealthy Young Married Man Seduced
Her Under Promise of Marriage Case Now
Pending in Court of Domestic Relations.
A young working girl has accused
a wealthy young married-man of be
ing 'the father of her child. The man's
case is now pending in the Court of
The man Is Harry Jarzenbouski,
1350 Claremont avenue. His father is
Joseph Jarzenbouski, .wealthy under
taker, 239lfoble street. The father is
one of the Polish leaders of the Mid
' The girl Is Hattie Syctanski, nine
teen years old, 1617 N., Ashland ave
nue. In spite of the years of toil spent
in the factories of the Northwest
Side; in spite of the fact that she has
already given birth to a, child, the girl
can truly be called beautiful.
titer story is strikingly dramatic. It
is the typical story of Cinderella and
Jiex Prince Charming only in this
case the prince dropped his. charms
-and became an ogre, if the girl's story
Harry has married since his alleged
.affair wijh the girl and since this