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TURKEY JOINS WAR ON RUSSIA YSER REGIONS FLOODED LAST EDITION ELEVATOR KILLS MAN IN STORE OF CARSON, PIRIE, SCOTT CO, Entered as Second-Clas3 Matter April 21, 1914, at the Postofflce at Chicago, UL, Under the Act of March 3, 1879. THE DAY BOOK An Adless Newspaper, Daily Except Sunday N. D. Cochran, Editor and Publisher. 500 South Peoria St 398 Tel. Monroe 353. By Mail, Except ill Chicago, $3 a Year. VOL.4, NO. 29 Chicago, Friday, Oct. 30, 1914 ONE CENT AMERICAN WOMEN FOR CHINAMEN TRAFFIC SHOWN UP BY POLICE jr r Twenty-Second St, Chinaman Fined After Policewomen Are Offered "Escorts" In His Saloon "Es corts" 'Sought by 'Police Mam'sthe .. ' Word" In Chinatown? White gi; Is t or jtellowjnen. Amer ican -women for Chinamen. That's the traffic of a Chinese saloon at 223 W. Twenty-second, street, according to the police. A squint-eyed Oriental who.keepfc a list of Chinamen that will pay well for'Ameiican girls he's the barten der at the saloon. He drew a.$J0 fine:in the Morals Court for attempting to 'furnish es-" fcorts" for two policewomen who en-' Jfcred. the fcdpcin -Wednesday nigkU" The-giris 'walked into the cafe be 'hin4 the Chinese saloon and ordered beef from Tom Lee,"the bartender. Tom grinned as he .politely bowed to the two-whitergirls. "I caii't serve 'the white ladies un less they get an escort," he said. "Women without men no good. Getman all right" . The girls said 'nothing, but arose to leave the place. The Chink, they claim, placed himself in front of them;- ' " i " -1 r. .jjMflMhfcjBJMMt.