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TAKE PART IN BIG
DRUG FIEND SAYS BE,
HAS NO TROUBLm
Entered as Second-Class Matter April 21, 1914, at the Postoffice at"
y ChfcagoHL, "Under the Act of March 3, 1879. v
THE DAY BOOK
An Adless- Newspaper, Daily Except Sxmday
N, D. Cochran; j &!Bt w TeI Monfoo 353.
Editor "and Publisher; 2v By Mail, Except irr
500 South Peoria St. 396 Chicago, $3 a Year..
VOL. 3, NO. 233
Chicago, Wednesday, July 1t 1914
MAN'S ARREST BRINGS OUT STORY
FROM GIRL EMPLOYE OF THE FAIR
Man Accused of Forcing Her and Another Girl From In?
ternational Harvester Co. To Solicit On Streets , tr
t Faces Pandering Charge In Morals Court v- ?
Two detectives from the Desplaines
SfreeE Station last night made an im
portant slep in the establishment of
a relationship between -lowi wages
and white slavery.
' They arrested Joseph Culecci, 42?
S. Aberdeen street, and heard two
young tow-wage victims one from
The.FaIr.and the other from the In
ternational, Harvester Company ac
cused of maintaining a den at Racine
and Austin avenues, for which they
paid 'af tet iours."
The police heard th&lnari arguing'
with the girls at Grand avenue and
Green street They hadeen laying
for him for some time.And then, sud
denly they pounced on hhn and .the
girls recited Iheir troubles to the offi
cers. The Day Book will not publish the
girls' names. It does not wish to fur--ther
wreck their lives.
Both girls' are half-orphans. The
girl from The Fair gets $5.50. It was
necessary for her to bring her money
home to her mother. The o'ther gui
gets $7 a weekjrom the International