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The day book. [volume] (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, July 01, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 32

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THE GREATESTJ5PORTING STORIES EVER
Hugh Fullerton at His Best in "The Five Tensest Minutes
In Sports"
'Hugh Pullerton's battered typewrit
er has produced many thrilling pieces
of fact and fiction, but his most mar
velous work is yet to be published. It
is "The Five Tensest Minutes Jh
Sport," a gripping, powerful series,
with excitement and suspense in ev
ery sentence.
Truth is, indeed, stranger than fic
tion. No fiction could compare with
these articles, all founded on fact.
They are masterpieces in the litera
ture of athletics, and their attraction
is not limited to sport-lovers alone.
The schoolboy or his grandmother
can read them with equal delight.
Every one is a drama of words and
DRUG FIEND SAYS HE HAS NO
TROUBLE GETTING DOPE
A 20-year-old confessed-drug fiend
told Judge Scully today that he could
purchase dope in fifty places in and
about the loop.
x The boy's story was one of the
most pathetic ever heard in the boys'
court. He was Charles Powers, 2918
E. 72d street, a book agent Together
with Prank Sislby, 19, 416 S. Clark
street, he was arrested when a child
in the home of Carmenie Altiere, 1002
S. State street said they had Intrud
ed. The boys are of good parents.
Last night in his cell young Powers
tried suicide, but failed.
Powers and Silsby both contracted
the habit when morphine was inject
ed into them by physicians. Both
have made many attempts to get
away from the habit
Judge Scully sent them out to take
the cure for 30 days at their Own re
quest o o
Never use a brush when cleaning
silk goods. Wipe carefully "with piece
of velvet - w -
a wonderful example of descriptive
narrative.
The panther-like Corbett had Jef
fries, the bull, whipped' and ready to
quit Then came that-terrible sixty
eighth minute. What happened?
The daring De"Palma was winning.
The $20,000 prize was within his
grasp. What happened?
The Day Book is going to tell it's
going to publish these entertaining
stories. The first one appears tomor
row. Don't miss them!
"The five tensest minutes ift
sports,"
One minute a day. '
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STILL COOL
By Jim Manee'.
It's one day into fair Julyv
It's hot then as a rule;
But something rather wrong this year
It keeps on keeping cool.
P. S. It's fine weather, so let's
don't kick.
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LOCAL GRAIN MARKET. Big
gest crops in years reported. Wheat
up. Corn down. Oats down. Pro
visions easy.
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N. Y. STOCKS. Market opened
lower, but buying -was good. Trad
ing was dull at close, and prices con
tinued to sag.
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Mrs. M. H. Cole is president of a
real estate firm in New- York city.
WEATHERFORECAST
Partly cloudy tonight and Thurs
day; no important change in tempera
ture; moderate northwesterly winds.
Temperature Tuesday Highest, 73;
lowest, 65. '
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