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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 3 November 1911

mmmmmmmmm m llp R! ojUkEX,Nb BESTRUCTIdNvIN-THE AMANA COLONT IN IOWA en mills, calico mills and flour mills, in all of which Women work as hard as the nien and receive a like return. , - Woman receives nb favors be cause of her sex; no .man would urge a woman to work les hours than he does; nor woiild he urge her to. .seek- lighter labor. Every woman is economically the equal of every man Itfo husband has the right to ask his wife to do this or that, any more than he would have the right to ask it of on6 of his fellow workmen, bli the other hand women expect no courtesies, such as are common in other places. Men do riot lift their hats to the women they meet. Those courtesies, say the Amaiia leaders men and women are sex dis tinctions, and hiilitate against so cial progress. , The women seem contended and happy, and free from the usu al American "nerves'." They visit while they work all day long and seem thoroughly to ehoy them selves. The colorilsts receive their board and clgthes,...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 3 November 1911

mmmmmmm i ci it- , '1 HpWiI: WAS CtTRED OF CONSUMPTION IN TRE-''- '- ''" ii .'NORTH . AFTER-EAIItfNG IN: THE SOUTHWEST leyery, hour, is prescribed "for, and ByWili.M.!ftoss: V The scene changes, and n'ew' conditions arise'" An obdurate doctor and more, obdurate' family laugh down, fancied objections' to sanatorium life, and shortly X'avld myself at -"River Pines:"'- ' . , 1 The weeks'merged'into months tothe nfcjnjbjjr'pf's;ix before Jthe teraprerature, wljich was' the' fruit' ui uiyse munuis ui misuireciion one is held, very closely to' sched ule. ,Yet, though .the-hqurSibe ar ranged, ' differently, , 'satoria througfiout the world hold close ly to the major, -essentials of the treatment; as do thosepajfen'ts yho are making' successful; otires at home v '!, -r- v Thefay begin$v$thvth,yri$irig bell at 7, 'witfr-a hearty breakfast in the -southwest, began 'to 'sub-'l a'hajfholir later. .. ' v "s,k iti KbopiFOR'LUNGER"' ,: ''.V' ' Th'Wr'ejrB's'Beef Bread and utterjarftlietbs.s; of sth...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 3 November 1911

wmmmmmmmmm WS 'd i ' tuce, time 'ar'lOd'doClc7Slthottg1i tfyey do npt -desert- the reclining position. From temperature time until dinner at 12 :30, the patients con fined to bed continue v resting, with the privilege, if ndftcfo ill, . of reading or writing a letter or two. The. patients who dre "on exercise" spend 'a portion of the "time inv taking theif. allotted walks, some walking as'much as atur.es"beijig; taken, zat !4 cd'cloclc. Supper is. followed by an evening Lbf freedom, when 'even the bedl patients are allowed to spend at least a short .tirne in their rooms in some" quiet activity,' which is generally 'letter' Writing. At 8:30 the majority have retired to their rqorns, 'jBy ,9:30 the, 'lights are out and the day at an end. Evefybqdy sleeps on outdpor porthe's eachnighTregardless of 1 ' ' B- Sl i -?"B? iBfc, H "" trr ?- Home Camp for Tuberculosis Cure. four or five miles through the woods and over the"" country roads, while others are Testricted - to shorcer -distances -...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 3 November 1911

is left to chance or fq the patient's vhim.-'"' "V ' ' In "attempting t to .analyze, the Reasons for my failure to realize " a-.cuFe in the -southwest undkr claimed favorable climatic conai tionsand the .success'of thelater treatment in the north, this,queV ton of .system is emphasized: In the southwest I.depehdeci . and. was encouraged tp''degena, lo'o strongly on the curative pow .ers,oclrmate "I'handled niy-own case wijthout knowing, anythirfg -about it. In the north others "handlgd.it who did know. The treatment of tuberculosis Is sjow, and exacts'f ull measure of patience, from those whV. under taken & 1 1t is a. matter, of months before, the patjent can "be rid of the rawlsigris of thedisease; it is a matter of years before hercan 'be'absolutely certain that his cure 'is permanent, 'but the game is played for,awvQrth-whjlestake. - It is good to- be -alive only "those who have-lingered a time at the portals of the shadows know ,HQW good it isr Y " " IQ6 " - ) Gen. Sickles B...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 3 November 1911

Rr R STRIKE THREATENS ALL WESTERN ROADS Fort Wqrth and Denyer Wa bash ' and' Rock' Island May Joinrl.-C.-atid-'Harnnian Xines in Wialkbut' J -v x . Thejstnke of, theshopmen ;which now prevails bn' the Illi nois Central and Hflrijnan ines and isjiminent on the' Rock Isl and, threatens to spread to the tWabash as a result of, the refus al of the rcad to grant wage in creases to the-shop tme;tf.., Earl ier predictions thaf rthe " -strike .would eventually communicate to eyery road 'in the west were Strengthened today by reports that the men on theFort Worth an4 Denver, had reached the limit of their patience, .and a strike in . the-near future was not improb able. The differences -on the Wabash, like those on the Rock Island, are of wages and working rules : and recognition 'of the system federa tion, the point at issue on the I. C and Harriman lines,' does not enter into the controversy.' 'Shopmen on the Wabash "are a'sking an increase of 4 cents an hour, which, they say, would bring ...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 3 November 1911

transact our. business -with this company,through a - federated committee. The demands .that - have been made do not .establish aprecedent. The federation :ha"s been recognized by quite a num ber of railroads. The officials of the-Harriman lines, undoubtedly, have been selected by the'Genef al Managers' association 'of tKe vest7 backed up by'Wall .'street gold, to'fight this battle: at Tany cost v to disrupt the. .trades" union movement, '" r v ?,;".' ' J -The employees -of.theHajrL-mari lines, fired by .the spifffe of Americanism and loyalty to .their organization; .aetermmea .to ngnt to .the" last ditch this uh-Xmen-can attack, uppn the rightsrqPpf ganized labor. " ' -'", ' ' Wall street money has purchas ed many of the daily'paps along the, JFIarriman; lines, '.fand Vthey attacked their employees1 andrViis. repre'sentedrthe situation. r,' They have rjun page " advertisements, issued booklets and o'therf'reading matter to the public,, appealing to , them and ipL some instances hav...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 3 November 1911

PPpPipipPWPPPffPWPW!? VT mmmmm f asp-cct "GdD', IN HIS.O.WN GOOD TIME, WILL LIFT "THIS r:: - ' - BURDEN FROM-MEl" RICHESON TO CHURCH' Castor's Xawyer Says Another Man-Was Responsible for Avis LinneH's Condition. - , Charles Street Jail, " Nov. 1,1911.' "I beg herewith to tender my resignation as pastor of Immanuei church. "Strong in the conscious - ness of my innocence, and firmly persuaded that God in , ilis Own good time will hit his burden from me, I never theless' feel that I should not permit the shadow thrown across my life to. darken the religious welfare" of my church and of its people, whom I love. "I therefore deem it my duty to place, the. .church in a position to" select my .suc cessor., s?$' . "With hetirtfelt thanks for the many, kindnesses shown me by each and all of the .members ofmy church, "I am sincerely yours, "Clarence V. T. Richeson." - This is the text of the letter of resignation sent to the clerk of his church by Richeson, the ac cused poisoner of Avis Linne...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 3 November 1911

childthe'acquittaTbf the pastor is .certain.' "" " ". " . Even as things stand, his", con viction is by no means sure. jVhile the prosecution can .claim, his intimate connection wTth the jdead girl, can. claim that he Jbought cyanide 'of potassium the day. before her death, can claim" 'that he was with Ayis Linnell'a :few,.days before her death, they cannotproye.-that'Richeson hand7 j - . . . -: ft ed Her the poison. .. They have no Witness, and can not possibly geta .witness who can show that Richeson handed the deadly; poison to the girl to whom he oncewas engaged, and they can prove ? even less that Richeson told her "it was a drug to relieve her conditioa The only, person who ' ever could hayetold'of these things was Avis Linnell herself. MAYOR, IN DISGUISE, SOLICITED BY WOMAN AT , , MADISON, AND SANGAMON POLICE HEADS FALL Suspension of inspector,. Captains and Lieutenants Preceded by i ' Arabian "Nights Trip of Harrison During Taft Visit Forrneglect of duty in the su-. pessiqn-...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 3 November 1911

mission will 'begin on the South and North Sides. The charges made against 1 Dbrman, Plunkett and Ambrose were:: Permitted gambling, Permitted street soliciting. Permitted 'soliciting in sa loons, concert and dance Jialls. Permitted saloons to vio-, late closing ordinance. Permitted intoxicating li quors to be sold in disorder ly houses. " ' " - Permitted resorts "to be conducted 'on streets having car lines. t Failed to issue orders to the patrolmen under their charge to supress these open violations of the vice laws. The police force today is dumb with astonishment. It never was imagined that the Civil Service Commission nor the maWr. nor the chief, intended to carry the in vestigation into the" department's handling "of the vice problem to any serious lengths At most, patrolmen shivered in their shoe's, fearing that they would be sacrificed, to the Com mission's inquiry. , ' That the heads of lieutenants, captains, or worse, inspectors would fall, was thought to be impossible. FE...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 3 November 1911

IPHHMlMIMIIi J- -K---1 - V'WVy 'l-.'SiJJ-.--'-.-)-VV',-J - ".-'V. V- ""- n- T "" S!i?3BIS5HBBHBi m fe &v LOST-175rRSt'DEN5ES;,-f ; AND VOTERS OFCHICAQO f "' Not wishing to 'c&sttany horrid c aspersiptts .on."-the VpbHtfcfan.s.'iof the river wrds, -nor 'on'-thech'ar-.actersofVonierof,tJie:asiFg.ntfpr judicial ;hqnors - Cnext " Tuesday,' s there , wast 'an' occurf encWV last .-night, that 'seemstd xalHfoiefc--pknation1; -;.V' "t" i During the-last weelp-orSQl tfye f lodging Vhquse'", keener. h - of Vtjie river' wards Kaye sworn-' to'affi- davits purporting,', top'ro,ve.the existence of sofn.e $6,(XXl ' resi dents citizen's, ypters-andiTionor- able" gentlemen', 'within "the "doors ;bf thdiratels.''H J'-'J- "" Peter Swerrtonfriri'anager-qjt the 'Manhattan hoTeirO Safe street? swore. to 196 'affidavits', showing'lPvoterscresfdd'at'the -Manhattan.' l;rl iz'.zz-s I Mi'. " TeManhattairiis.V;paflatial ''piace.r.wbere'f-Qne matyecrfr'e ia room for. 'the riight:fqn10,n20;;25, O'QnSScen...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 3 November 1911

P!WPW5i?pi?!WJW! -r . nursing thb; By Josephine Hill, Graduate Nurse New York Hos pital. , If you are caring for an inval id atr home, make her room as clean and 'attractive' as possible! There should not be a: carpet, but rugs on the floor, so that thefloor can be wiped up with a damp cloth. The rugs should, be tak en out once ajweek, put .on the" ground and swept. -. Dust the ledges, shelves, chairs and .tables with a damp cloth. Everything in the room should be wiped off once a day. If you can get the patient out of the room while it is being cleaned, it is better. If this is im possible, clean it, as quietly and quickly as you can, without wor rying the patient. There Should not be too many unnecessary knick-knacks in the room. Have only what is useful or pleasing. Do not have wooden curtains, but some simple cotton material that can be washed of ten. Have the bed comfortable, a good thick mattress, and a smooth spring. It is more convenient to have the bed stand one foot from t...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 3 November 1911

room andth'e5wmdcrv-rt.hfere.- 'In this Iwajvthe patient:: gets fresh, cQol"afrjyitiiQut-really feeling' it. LAt I -least twice fca'sLday., you should. wCoyqn "jyour .patient, with extra blankets; -put', a. shavd around 'KerrJifcad.f and-, .-open the windo.wsj Jtop and tfQttom.fbt. five or ten -minutes. Th'is ajlows-tlie roonrtbget filled withA fresh, clean, cool-air.' .It 'will greatly re fresh, the paticnVand",give- a bet ter'night'ssTeepr -"'-- ,llw(" ' ' .--rO Q ' J . ' THE -MASTER" MOTIVE- -- 4 . . t - , -ByiBerton-Braley. "' - The Scholar. tumsKjs' midnight oil.-1 ' ' .' - 4 .,C r The'Fdi'ter.labQrs-withhb'clay, ,The J3rudge pursues his daily' toil, ' "The .Soldier. vs'eqkVcthe . .bitter And. wherefore? ,1s itFame or That, holds' these workers in its thrall, ., ' ' -.Sweating arid1 swinkingUay by ' day?'" - ' I r There's Love somewhere behind " ' 'it all! '-' .'- Strong Youtti, whose blood is at the boil, ' ' Frail" Age all bent and lined y-ith gray, , - The Roisterer Aho loye...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 3 November 1911

CITY BRIEFS Chris Mattes, 2223 Union place, no job. No mony for wife. Told her he-was working. Sued for non-support. "Don't lie to yourwife," -says-judge. Case dis missed. L. A. Bryan, millionaire. Wife sues for divorce, and ties, up for tune by injunction Bryan will liyeon $12 a week Until suibis set , tied. James A. Patten called-Arthur Burrage Farwell "crank" at meet ing of Evanston purity workers. "Tama" Jim Wilson should send Patten a medal. Fire in lumber yard of Gunton & Co., 22d and. Ashland, caused $10,000 damage early this morn ing: Negro robbed grocery in La grange. Gave name of "Joe Doe of .New York." Doe,would haye done better in a bakery. ,. . Louis C. Schmeltokopf has ap plied to courts to have name changed. Says Schmeltokopf is German for "fat-head." Gdorge -Lammar today paid first monthly installment of $100 for right to all tipscolle'cte'd by check boys and befi hops, in the .Wellington hotel. Mrs. Dora Seal) '350 E. 26th, unable' to collect bill from former bo...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 3 November 1911

w-mmmmmmmm &DQLPIi TAKESEyERYTHING SOXI JERALLY 'LjSTEN, 4XJ0CF BY DE-R" LATBST JDISPO0TCHE9 FROM CHINA pER PEOPLE .NAF & UP IN .jikncsi. , .yert FLflME Or JX&- BELUON 1S5 SPREHN Ll&E . K"Vt-nssts.Xi JJEY HJF .'U" -MCLREDV4 -REFUPLiC UMO ELECTET BRETZIDeND. X?EY. 4RE EFEN JSSlMC par MCNEY -I.CM33 .'HEflreR. 33v REt7?E4L; VfcXeP, UND ' 4RE LuqW,rej?iN?, DER- NoeiuDYj - r -SHOUT JY, - V)9QCP4.!l9.S9L-9ER FRENCH VOLUOJON 'DfETR VWWIN'; .iij. IOt- tcpfiVJi A. v. ! j v :.-- ;r rrv. ? . - . 'Tua.uaIu'a II . . X 7v MMIMMi 5

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 3 November 1911

aihij n jusr ukc aEft " !SkC CHACIWMf . C 33EJ? CHlNteassss " Ulster's Threat of y War. WilTthe people of Ulster, rep resenting about one-third of Ire lalid, actually resist the British government and the parliament at Dublin, if home rule becomes a fact? That is tfie biggest interroga ti6n point in Great Britain at tliis tirne. Ulster men, 1Q0,000 strong;- recently marched in pa rade to declare that they will f&rm and establish a provision al government ',for their part of the country and put it into force tHe day home rule, js declared; tfiat they will tlien arm. and de fend themselves, ifjiecessary. John Hedmorid refuses to take them seriously. "Theywill blus ter and bluff; up- to the -last mo nftnV he says. "But-thev wont fifht." Well, boys, here's hoping no body gets hurt! We shall watch T you front afar; nothing1 is' niofe j exciting than an -Irish Jrumpusf j But as for ourselves, we've got j trouble enough at home andc.au only utter the old, prayer r'May God defend the ri...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 3 November 1911

"-rI-wi- v Picture shows a group'' o'f;33ffsi;onv Y.-'VfrG. A. girls 'who lived with. Avis"TTiim"eIir"wKbse jnys,tijripus""3eathj eaused,Tthe, indictment of Rev. TJicheson Jfpj 'murder.-' :Theph"otrh"walJtaen as the skirls were''leavlngthe;gTandvjuryj a'fierl!tQstilyingT,r.,Jv ' lf r '? f '-"TriTTT'r ru R rA vocariou's ydungfellbw'-named Jones-""-T" " " ..tr: Ate peaches, 'thenCrutfered some groans'; '' -'T He said: VPthinkl : .."T;f -- Am going' to die;;, . '. I'. 'l I feel like " I'd - swallpwed" -thel . stones." - " J o o r . '- ' . A Bass-J.est. , Soprano won" the Fasig'stake ajt" the grand circuit races iriGleyeTr land." Don't you wish'yjou'dTiacl' a tenor on the-races. '"" - v fAh ay4oft;njenjtjbpc . - tSoVhusJcy.Cwise ,andrnight v : llfactJtisbetter'ifrhe'iji -,AHitilevfHgJity.',-20' f iO iK J ,-rTOe-o crA'hOrs'fr.wiUi'v'17'days wifh 'dut' 'eating -6r drjnlaiVg1 and 25' ldays-5rr waferralone And only? Ifive days"wiiVsqHdfQpd without jwateVl : ""v ,.' . J . r , - , .., ,1 . : ...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 4 November 1911

,jr -VV yZASriTt THE mvIraak IFvaJk'fl 11 v M m Jr ll m ' m . M M s.1 mmW to . Tmr M VL lei 500-SQ. -PEORIA ST. t gfes398 A ' TEL. MONROE 353 .,.,:-, Chicago,- Saturday; CpgrH. 191.1 .-v HAVING STARTED.SOMETHING, WILL THE . , 'ADMINISTRATION GO CLEAfc THROUGH? OrsWill the Vice Clean-up MerelyChase Inmates ofthe -Levee 'Out, Into the Residence Districts? Why Not t ' Go Aitei the Men Who Pr6fit8y Vice? ' " 'WSdoh'tk'now'tne'ptirposeof the present crusade against vice and what looks, like atgeneraPshake-up intjie pqlice department. "But in' some respects, it -looks like tHe"old-fashidned''-fake cru sade. - - j The ciyjlrservice commission,. isholduigsdjenin 'Sessions. They are-sexamining police-officers. And the daily newspapers are'fiiled with reportsaboufc the wonderful meetings', "the questions of the owHwise commissioners jand," the feeble" answers of the"ightened copi '-''' - jt " s : ; ' - vt ..Thursday, the shake-up .hit. the West Side.- One inspector, one captiajn and twp lieut...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 4 November 1911

mmmmmmmtmmmmmm'mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmti ically- and hypocritically chasing" these women -from ojie part' of town to another out into the residence districts. v Of course it doesn't do any good. The.spectacle of a brave band of uniformed heroes and solemn commissioners all wearing big tin badges in the noble act of.chasing lost women from one part of town to another, might make an interesting moving picture for the nickel-shows. . BUT IT DOESN'T GET ANYWHERE IN" CURING VICE. The police are merely shooing the" unfortunates of the tender loin out of that territory, and scattering them all over town, In that respect this vice "crusade is very much like other fake vice crusades started in other big cities to entertain the people and k'eep them from finding out what the bigger violators of law are doing. BUT HAVE YOU READ ANYTHING INANY OF THE PAPERS ABOUT THE CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION, THE MAYOR OR THE POLICE GOING AFTER ANY OF THE IN FLUENCIAL OWNERS OF PROPERTY IN THE VICE DIS TRICT? ' Have ...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 4 November 1911

wmfmmmmmgmmfm The repofHtself makesttfe meaning of this remark clear, for ' the commission's investigations led td the discovery that some sup posedly respectable people' own property that is knowingly -leased, for frnmoral purposes. " ,f. ' ' ' ' Under the caption "Owners and Real Estate Agents," the offi cial report of the Vice Commission savsf' "THE COURT RECORDS SHOW THAT PRACTICALLY NO EFFORT HAS BEEN 'MADE DURING THE PAST THREE YEARS TO PROSECUTE OWNERS AND REAL ES TATE AGENTS WHO ARE LEASING AND RENTING PROPERTY FOR IMMORAL PURPOSES. THE LAW AF FECTING THESE PERSONS IS A DEAD LETTER. "The reasons for this "are very apparent, first, the indifference of the public, and second, but perhaps the most; vital, is because SUCH PROPERTY BRINGS AN -EXHORBITANT RATE 'OF IN TERESTON THE CAPITAL. INVESTED. ''These artificial values' in the last analysis are the basis of a great many difficulties in" connection with the problem of the social evil. It was shown that the main reason why it i...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 4 November 1911

1 'OWNERS OF HOUSED WHERE PROSTITUTION IS'OPEN LY PRACTICED. IN SOME INSTANCES THESE OWNERS ARE VILE AND ABANDONED MEN WHO MAKE A BUSI NESS OF EXPLOITING THESE UNFORTUNATE WOMEN. AND SIDE BY SIDE WITH' THESE MEN, IGNORANT AND VILE, STAND SO-CALLED RESPECTABLE CITIZENS WHO ARE ALSO SHARING IN THE INCREASED VALUES FROM PROPERTY USED TO EXTEND THE BUSINESS OF PROSTITUTION. INDEED EVIDENCE HAS BEEN PRO DUCED 'TENDING TO SHOW THAT A HIGHLY HONORED AND RESPECTABLE COMPANY, IN WHOSE HANDS RE SPECTABLE CITIZENS ENTRUST THEIR MONEY, HAS APPARENTLY ASSUMED THE TRUSTEESHIP OF FOUR OF THE VIL'EST HOUSES OF 'ILIAFAME IN THE 22ND STREET-RESTRICTED DISTRICT. "ANOTHER .DISGRACEFUL- FACT IS THAT SOME OSTENSIBLY RESPECTABLE -WOMEN ARE OWNERS OR HAVE CONTROL OF PROPERTY WHERE PROSTITU TION IS PRACTICED. ' ."AGAIN SEVERAL WEALTHY AND PROMINENT BUSINESS MEN, WHOSE ADVICE IS SOUGHT IN MAT TERS PERTAING TO THE CIVIC WELFARE AND 'DEVEL OPMENT OF CHICAGO, ARE LEASING THEIR HOUSES -ON (XI646) AVENUE FOR THIS...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
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