WOMEN PALS LEAD SLEUTHS TO
CAPTURE OF GANG
San Francisco, Cal. One of the
most sensational manhunts of the
past decade, beginning in New York
over a year ago after the murder of
Murray Hennessy during a gang feud
and relentlessly maintained, recently 1
I terminated here with the arrest of
Charles Thomas, Benjamin Hall,
Charles Williams, Mazie Marshall and
The arrests were made at the point
of revolvers, after the suspects had
got wind of the detective espionage,
when the Marshall girl had unwit
tingly led the sleuths to the rendez
vous. She had entered a resort here
under the name of Dorothy Mason.
Lillian Cantwell, the second wom
an to be taken, is said to be the run
away wife of a prominent Brooklyn
Both women are looked upon by
the police here and in New York as
possessing many a grim underworld
secret, and it was upon them that the
officers largely concentrated their in
vestigation. Mazie Marshall and Lillian Cantwell.
BITS OF NEWS
Northwestern "L" hit auto at Fos
ter av. grade crossing. Injured Rob't
Johnson, 4741 Maiden; W. A. Ross,
"4950 Sheridan rd.; Fitz Eck, 2937 N.
In pajamas, barefooted, Policeman
Thos. Etchingham, 2908 Cortland,
pursued and captured Frank Dittlou,
1752 N. Artesian av., burglar suspect
Waverly Brown, sec'y Ward & Co.,
730 N. Franklin, called a fool in Judge
Fisher's court, wrote challenge to
judge to debate question.
Mrs. Maude Wilson Ward granted
divorce from Aviator Jimmy Ward.
Merry Whirl B. A. will give 7th an
nual dance at Coliseum annex Sat.
Central Woman's Prohibition club
will meet Sat. afternbon at Central
Eleanor ass'n club rooms, 16 N. Wa
bash. Walter Thomas Mills will lecture '
on "The War in Europe and How to
Prevent Wars" at Church of Redeem
er, Robey and Warren, Sunday, at
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