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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, March 31, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 7',
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Clark st. station. Ate "April fool"
Light wires cut and "stink" bombs
thrown in Playhouse theater, 1846 W.
Mrs. Emma Altgeld, widow of For
mer Gov. Altgeld, dead. Invalid for
Wife of Homer K. Galpin, former
clerk of municipal court, suing for
HARRISON LETS DOWN A LITTLE
j ON MOVIE CENSORSHIP
Several -weeks ago Mayor Harri
son condemned a large number of
motion pictures which portrayed the
white slave traffic and sex problems.
Lately, however, permits have been
issued by his "official order" to these
films which were knocked by board
Among the plays the public may
now expect to see are "Three Weeks"
and "The Lure."
Many films which have kept out of
Chicago by the censorship board will
be again submitted for inspection in
the next few weeks
DFl. WINEBURG FOUND GUILTY
Dr. Louis P. Wineburg, Ligonier,
Ind., is guilty. The jury which in fed
eral court heard the case presented
against him by Grace Belle Licher
believed the story of the pretty miss
of 19 rather than Wineburg's seven
witnesses who denied her testimony.
She said Wineburg made love to
her, gave her mysterious white tab
lets and then brought her to Chi
cago where they spent the night to
gether at the Great Northern hotel,
The jury recommended leniency
and Wineburg may escape with a
heavy fine. Theh judge can give him
five years besides. The doctor's wife
and two children were in court when
the decision was given.
It is the first white slave case tried
in Chicago into which the question
of commercialization of has not entered.
LOVE AFFAIR BLASTED WHEN
LETTERS ARE FOUND
Out in the House of Good Shep
herd Marie Shanley weeps for a lover
who today will appear before the ju
venile court to give a bond to leave
Margaret Shanley, 5042 Washing
ton Park court, the maiden aunt of
the girl, is the rock upon which the
romance was wrecked. A few days
ago she found a packet of love let
ters hidden in the room of her niece.
They were signed by Elmer Cleve, an
actor appearing in a local vaudeville
house. In the juvenile court today
Cleve' was placed under $500 bond to
keep away from the girl.
THE AUTOMATIC PHONE GRAB
The automatic phone grab is re
ferred to by William Hale Thompson
in a statement sent out by his man
agers. He says:
"With reference to the specific case
of the Automatic Telephone Co. and
its' proposed sale to the Chicago
Telephone Co., or the alternative of
the city taking possession of its plant
and equipment, I favor the latter
course, if it can be accomplished, and
such use of the system as the city
SAYINGS OF A WISE PUP
Kl-Vll COWSTAWCY ISA
YlRTirae THAT EVERY Uo&,
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