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' NOON EDITION
WORKINGMEN QUIT AT
MARSHALL FIELD'S AS
REPORTED LA SALLE
BANK WILL REOPEN
Entered as Second-JClass Matter April 21, 19l4at the Postoffice at' K
Chicago, HL, Under the Act of March 3, 1879.
THE DAY BOOK
An Adless Newspaper, Daily Except Sunday
N. D. Cochran, x TeL Monroe 353.
Editor and Publisher. lalllsS By Mail, Except in
500 South Peoria St. 398 Chicagp,$3 a Year.
VOL.3, NO. 219
Chicago, Monday, June 15, 1914
BIG PER CENT OF MURDERERS WERE
.- FIRST CHILD SLAVES
Amazing Discoveries by Prof. Sleyster, Who Investigated
269 Separate Killings Over Half of Murderers
Went To Work Before Twelve Years of Age. I rt
BY K. W. PAYNE
Waupun, Wis., June 15. From out the state prison here a wholly new
lights bright with the clarity of science, has been suddenly cast on the
gloomy subject of murder! And on the subject of child slavery!
fa The two are linked more closely together than the world ever dreamed
v of before. s
This scientific illumination shows up the murderer not as an evil, hlack
souled hrute. Penetrating into his past, it reveals the picture of a little in
nocent child, caught in the grinding wheels of industry. And it casts the
shadow of responsibility for HIS crime upon SOCIETY!
"Over 90 per cent of the 269 murders I have investigated were CHILD
SLAVES! They were forced to enter the soul-stunting environment of
shop or factory before they were 15 years old!
The startling' words are those ofDr. Rocikjyster famous as scjen-