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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, February 26, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 8',
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ANOTHER GIRL MURDERED IN
' " AURORA-MYSTERY
Two Aurora girls on their way
hom"e.last night found the body of
Emma Peterson, 22. years old, on the
sidewalk near the residence of For
mer U. S. Senator Albert Hopkins.
The -victim's skull had been crushed.
Stee'tlied on the way to the hospital.
'"Miss Peterson was employed as a
domestic by John Dooling, 180 N.
Eake st. She is the third victim of
araysterious slugger who haunts the
dflfsklrts of Aurora and frightens
ybTmg girls and women,
cmi Feb. 16, 1914, Theresa Hol
Mfider was murdered and on Nov. 19
(SfMiw same year Jennie Miller was
clubbed to death. Women and girls
Today the town is surrounded by a
cordon of police and bloodhounds are
6n'-tfre trail of the murderer. The po
lftSfe baveuestioned one suspect, who
&id Ms name was John Mason, 60
years old. He was released.
i o o
'-Socialist municipal campaign in
Z&T'ward will be formally opened by
2mfl Seidel, ex-mayor of Milwaukee,
fca'mass meeting to be held at Flein
er's hall, 1638-40 N. Halsted st, to
night Seymour Stedman, Socialist
candidate for mayor, and Andrew
Iain, Socialist candidate for alder
injih, will also speak.
Jewish, Russian, Italian and Eng
lish sections of I. W. W. will hold mass'
meeting Feb. 28, Sunday, 2 p. m., in
Workmen's ball, 1015 W. 12th St.,
rfeaT Miller and Blue Island av. Jo
seph J. Ettor, general organizer I. W.
W.. will speak in English. Speakers
will also speak in other languages.
"It may seem queer," said Mr.
"But yet 'Us widely known,
A-fellow that's on his last legs
Can always stand a loan."
LECTURER SUES CITY HEADS
FOR "FALSE ARREST
Milwaukee, Feb. 26. William h.
Brandon, lecturer and editor of an
anti-Catholic publication at Munroe,
Wis., filed suit in the United States
court here for $50,000 damages
charging false arrest and imprison
ment The defendants, all residents
of Appleton, are Mayor Kneuppel, Po
lice Chief Garvey, City Att'y Ryan
and Patrolmen Scherk, Vaughan and
Brandon bases the suit on his ar
rest following a riot in Appleton, Jan..
23. He was scheduled to deliver an
anti-Catholic address and was for
bidden to do so by the mayor. He
talked to a crowd from the steps of
the ball and when the police inter
fered a riot ensued. He was locked
up for a fchort time, but was released
that night In his suit Brandon gives
his address as "Texas."
MRS. YOUNG MAY BE RETIRED
Members of the school board who
attended the meeting yesterday or
the school and grounds committee
declared there would be a change of
attitude by the board very shortly.
One of the trustees declared that
Mrs". Ella Flagg Young's job is in dan
ger and that her reign would end next
December, if not before.
Robert Roulston and Mrs. Florence
Vosbrink wore Sweitzer buttons at
tie committee meeting yesterday
They were treated with "respect"
WALLOP FOR THE RICH
New York, Feb. 26. If New York
wants to climpse the classic dancing
of Isadora Duncan next season it will
have to build her a theater dowH on
the lower east side, where her art is
appreciated, she said.
Fremont, O., Feb. 26. Augustus
Wagner divided his savings with his
wife, then gave his wife to Sherman.
Hufford, bis best friend, who had won
i her love