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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, December 17, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 1',
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JuAST EDITION LAST EDITION
AUSTRIAN NAVAL TRAINING SHIP BLOWN UP
GERMANS SOW MINES IN NORTH SEA
THE DAY BOOK
An Adlcss Newspaper, Daily Except Sunday
N. D. Cochran,
Eto'r and Publisher.
500 South Peoria SL
Circulation Monroe 3826.
VOL. 4, NO. 69
Chicago, Thursday, Dec 17, 1914
YOUNG GIRL DISCIPLE OF "LOVE GOD
OF FLYING ROLLERS" SOUGHT HERE
Cora Rowley, Hope of . Government Against "King
Benjamin of The House'of David," Is Sought
L Women Make Astounding Affidavits i '
.Tell of Forced Marriages
The search for Cora Rowley, 16-yeaf-old
follower of '"Ring Benja
min" Purnell, led to Chicago today.
Purnell is the Son of-ilan, Light of
the World, Seventh AngeL Brother of
Jesus and teacher of the Great
Knowledge plucked from the Tree of
fife In the "love .colony" or the
House of David, temple-of -the "Fly
ing Rollers" fafBenton Harbor, Mich.
While agents' of the federal de
partment of justice were tracing the
girl, who, together with Clltus Wade,
another iff-year-oldt girL forms the
basis, forthe federal probe-into
at the "love colony," more interest
ing information concerning" the
"king" was found in. Benton Harbor.
The authorities are fteing aided in
their work by Augusta Fortney ,Hol
liday, Mrs. Lena McFarlane and
Edith Clark. They are aUformer fol
lowers of the flight of the Wrld."
Mrs. HoHiday and Mrs. McFarlane
said that Purnell had .made them
marry a couple of his trainbearers
because the "heathen, dogs" of police
officials were threatening his colony.
That was back in 1910.
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