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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 28, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 1

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GERMAN AEROPLANE BROUGHT DOWN ITALY
REPEATS DECLARATION OF NEUTRALITY
THE DAY BOOK
An Adless Newspaper, Daily Except Sunday
N. D. Cochran,
Editor and Publisher.
500 South Peoria St.
398
Telephones:
EditorialMonroe 353.
Circulation- Monroe 3826.
VOL. 4, NO. 53
Chicago, Saturday, Nov. 28, 1914
ONE CENT
NORTH SIDE CHURCH PEOPLE SPLIT
OVER WRONGED GIRL'S STORY
Nineteen-year-old Girl, Who Says Rev. Williams' Man
Lived With Her Under Pretense of Doing Mis
sionary Work, Finds Many Friends
J Hot Fight Expected
The delightful spectacle of two sets
of exceedingly proper church mem
bers at war over a poor, wronged girl
was staged at the East Chicago ave
nue police court today.
The girl is Myrtle Santay, the 19-year-old
child, who says she first was
led in the path of the midnight lights
by Eddie Halpin, nephew of Police
Captain Halpin, and ultimately ruined
by W. C. Sensibaugh.
Sensibaugh is a very religious man.
He formerly was head pf the celebrat
ed "vice squad" which operated on
the North Side under the directions of
the; Rev. Elmer L. Williams, "hting-.
Also,
pastor of the North Side.
Sensibaugh is married.
Myrtle Santay first was arrested in
a West Side saloon with Eddie Hal
pin. The police captain's nephew
was released by the police, doubtless
with apologies.
Myrtle Santay was taken into the
Morals Court, presumably for leading
Eddie astray. She was found guilty
and sent to the BridewelL
A mission worker became inter
ested in Myrtle Santay in the Bride
well, and Myrtle now says that this is
the most unfgortunate thing that
ever happened to her.
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