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GERMANS CLAIM VICTORY OVER ALLIES-
THROW BACK ATTACK AND CAPTURE CITY,
u RUSSIANS PRESSED BY SUPERIOR FORCE J
Entered as Second-Class Matter April 21, 1914, at the Postofflce at .
Chicago, m, Under the Act of March 3, 1879.
THE DAY BOOK
An Adless Newspaper, Daily Except Sunday
N. D. Cochran, x383B3g Tel. Monroe 353.
Editor and Publisher. .TtiJ By j Except in
500 South Peoria SL 398 Chicago,. a Year.
VOL 3, NO. 311
Chicago, Saturday, Sept. 19, 1914
NORTH SIDE "EVANGELIST" NAMED
BY YOUNG GIRL WHO TOOK POISON
Former Member of Rev. Williams' "Morals Squad" Dis
appears as Girl Tries to Die In Rooming
House Leaves Telltale Note.
A search is being made by the po
lice today for W. C. Sensibaugh, an
"evangelist" who broke into the po
lice courts as one of the stool pigeons
attached to the "personally conduct
ed" vice-chasing squad formerly
operated by the Rev. Elmer L. Wil
liams, the North Side politician-minister.
The police want Sensibaugh to ex
plain what he knows about 19-year-old
Myrtle Santay, who tried to end
her life by taking poison in a xobm-"1
ing house at 21 East Oak street last
She left the following note explain
ing her act:
"Dr. Sensibaugh: I-am sick of the
life I lived with you' and I have made
up my mind I can stand it no longer.
You have hidden behind the cloak of
religion, but some day sooner or later
you will be found out. I want you to
tell your wife that I am sorry for
what I have. done.
"1 haye found'out .that. what jojl
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