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JOY RIDE ENDS IN DEATH OF GIRL-
G1TY IS SAVED $6T750 -QUEER CASE;
An Adless Newspaper, Daily Except Sunday
VOL 4, NO. 302 Chicago, Tuesday, Sept 21, 1915 39ff
POLICE STATIONS IN
Girl Arrested For Soliciting and Then Discharged Tells
Thrilling Experience in Harrison St. Station
She Got Used to Bed Bugs '
"Something was crawling- along
my bare back. I jumped with a
scream that aroused the' negress
from her couch. Wo tore open my
GIRL KILLED IN "JOY RIDE"
OFFICER- WILL DIE.
Anna O'Malley, 19, Highland Park,
is dead and John Rouse," Highland
Park policemiin,'is dying,. the result
of a "joy ride" party early today.
The machine went over a bridge in
Highland Park. The girl was killed
and four others were Injured, Roilse
fatafly: Jtas. zJtysKims&Li&el
clothing, for I had not disrobed, and
thav .colored girl's nimble fingers
plucked a big grey louse from my
"Afterward I 'got so used to them
that I simply itched them off when
they, awakened me. They didn't both
er me-so much as the bedbugs. But
the first time I felt one I was so ter-'
ror-stricken I felt I would go mad."
,Mary Brown, 3738 W. 38th St., a
white girl, was discharged in morals
court today of a charge of soliciting.
Though she' was not guilty she has
suffered., 'enough in. foul .jail fceUs t