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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, October 26, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 7

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lnaEy mistreated by man, who, it is
believed, lured her into vacant build
ing with candy.
Chas. Wipham, 7642 Greenwood
av., told police he and Jos. Merrick,
7423 DeSota av., murdered Jos. Os
borne, Grand Crossing miser hermit
His story doubted.
With addition of 5,424 new mem
bers Chicago Y. M. C. A. now has 20,
702 membership. Largest in world.
Firemen rescued three children of
Mrs. Olga Benson. Had locked them
in house, 4057 N. St. Louis av., when
she went to store.
l R. Schwengel, 3742 N. Leavitt,
killed by auto truck as he attempted
to stop runaway team.
Prof. Jas. A. James, Northwestern
university, told girls to chew gum in
own rooms. Never in public. -
Mrs. Mary Flood, wife of Police
Capt Flood, injured in auto collision
at "death corner," Marquette rd. and
Halsted.
Justice Orrin N. Carter ill at Ev
anston home.
CHARLTON PLANNING TO COME
BACK TO AMERICA
Como, Italy, Oct 26. With only
29 days more to serve for-his wife's
murder here in 1910, Porter Charlton
was making his plans already today
for his return to the U. S.
Besides being allowed all the time
"he has already served in prison from
the term of six years and eight
months, to which he was sentenced,
the American was fortunate in get
ting the benefit of one'year's deduc
tion provided by act of parliament
from all sentences passed for offens
es committed before the war.
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ANNOUNCEMENTS
"Art and the Class Struggle" will
be the subject of Sol Posner's talk
before the Korostishever Educational
society, Tuesday, Oct 26, 8 p. m., at
920 S. Ashland av.
Dr. J. H. Greer will be the speaker
at the 2d ward Socialist meeting, 539
g. 24th st, Tuesday, Oct 26, 8 p. m.
FOUR HELD IN PLOT AIMED' AT
GERMANY'S ENEMIES
New York, Oct. 26. With four
men already under arrest in widen
ing plot to prevent ammunition from
reaching Germany's enemies by
blowing up trans-Atlantic vessels, po
lice and secret service activity today
centered on search for Max Breitung,
a "fifth memher of alleged conspiracy.
Breitung, according to police, is a
relative of Edward N. Breitung, mil
lionaire shipping and mining mag
nate, whose purchase of the vessel
Dacia and attempts to send cotton to
Germany on her brought him fre
quently before public in' early days
of war.
Three men in Weehawken, N. J,,
jail Robert Fay, whom police say
is the brains of the plot; Walter
Scholtz, his brother-in-law, and Paul
Daeche will be arraigned .before
Justice Rander today for pleas on
conspiracy charges. Fourth, Dr. Her
bert Kienzle, inventor1 and engineer,
is held in Tombs in default of $25,
000 bail.
Washington, Oct 26. Sharp rep
resentation, with demand for ex
planations, may be made to German
government by U. S. at result of the
bomb conspiracy unearthed at Wee
hawken, N. J., in arrest of Rob't Fay,
supposed German army lieutenant,
and his associates.
Source of Lieut Fay's funds was
question upon which hinged any ac
tion by U. S.
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TO SEE IF THERE IS A "PULL"
The civil service commission has
been ordered to report back to the
council how many transportation in
spectors are employed in the bureau
of public service under 60-day ap
pointment and the dates of their ap
pointment Aid. Bergen, who Introduced the
order, said that a boy in his ward has
been near the top of the eligible list
for this position for some time and
that several" appointments have been
made.
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