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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, July 24, 1915, NOON EDITION, Image 10

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FILM FAME SOUGHT BY NOTED
STAR
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The movies have claimed another
dramatic star. Doris Waolridge is to
make her debut soon in pictures of
Hall Caine's "The Bondman." Miss
I Wool ridge has wop success in Eng
i land and America.
DYNAMITE AGAINST THREE
CLEVELAND PLANTS
Cleveland, 0., July 24. Officials of
three Cleveland concerns said to be
turning out war supplies have been
1 notified by local federal officials, un
1 der orders from Washington of a re
( ported plot to blow up their plants by
dynamite.
The companies are the Peerless
Motor Car Co., the White Company,
automobile manufacturers, and the
fAmerican Steel and Wire Co. A total
Kf 12,309 men are employed In the
plants.
1 MARRIED MAN CHARGED WITH
PANDERING BY GIRL
Edward Pinkerton, alias Pelking
ton, ward lieutenant of "Barney"
Grogan and professional baseball
player, was brought before Judge
Heap of the morals court Friday
charged with pandering.
Pinkerton was arrested last April
for sending 17-year-old Mary Mc
Downeyon the streets to earn money
for him. When he was arrested he
jumped his bonds. A week ago he
was caught at Cadiz, O., playing base
ball with a team of bloomer girls.
Yesterday Ass't State's Att'y Robt
Hogan placed Mary on the stand to
testify against Pelkington. The girl
named numerous hotels on Madison
street where she had taken men and
stopped with Pelkington. Among
them are the Florence, King -Edward's
and the Lincoln hotels and
Doughdale's saloon and Hinton's
cafe. Hogan has taken out warrants
against the owners of the hotels fol
faffing to keep a proper register and
against the saloon owners for selling
drinks to minors. Their cases are
pending.
"On mayoraly election night he
didn't come home and when I saw
htm the next day I asked him where
he had been," said the girl. "He told
me that BarneyGrogan, king of the
18th ward, had given him $50 to use
a gun on a fellow at the polls and
that while he was slugging for Sweit
zer he was 'accidentally nabbed. He
said he had been released because
Grogan and Sweitzer were back of
him."
When the girl finished her testi
mony Pelkington asked for a contin
uance. His request was granted an
his case will come up again Friday.
He has been released on ?3,000 bonds.
Pelkington is married. His wife was
in court with him yesterday.
Mary McDowney is at present a
ward of the juvenile court
-o-Lo
Many women pencil their brows to
get the "high-irow effect"

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