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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, February 11, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 7

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of Margaret ennickes, 204 W. 24th,
exonerated by grand jury.
Estate of Barbara Gerber, $40,000,
in Probate court. Mrs. Frances Speer,
beneficiary, asks approval of will.
Tony Sandrow, 3047 E. 97th, held
pending investigation of report that
he is wanted in Italy for murder.
Home of Jos. Cenitti, 1001 S. Ra
cine av., raided. Dynamite, revolv
ers and shotguns found by police.
Three arrested.
Roland Kreigbaum, 19, indicted for
alleged theft of letter containing $150
checks from mail box of Mrs. Emma
Schroth, 843 Barry av.
Mrs. Tess Wright suing parents-in-law,
Ernest and Clara Wright of Oak
Park, for alienating affections of hub
by; Asks $20,000.
Tessie V. Warren, clerk Evanston
branch Prudential Insurance Co.,
arrested for alleged theft. Denies ac
cusations. Mrs. Minnie Brownfield, 7915
Princeton av., beaten and robbed in
basement of nome. Assailant un
known. '
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The trial committee of the school
board took the charges of intimida
tion, unfairness and autocracy made
against Prof. James McGinnis, prin
cipal of the Holmes school, 56th and
Morgan ts., under advisement yes
terday Members of the Holmes School Pa
rents ass'n accused Pres. Collins of
.the board of breaking his word to
them. They asserted that he had
promised an open trial and the priv
ilege of having a lawyer and a ste
nographer present. Yesterday Prof.
'McGinnis objected to this, saying it
was a board rule that the trials be
secret and that it might hurt his rep
utation. His demand for a secret trial
"was complied with.
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' Topeka, Kan., Feb. 11. Any wom
an under the age of 45 who use face
powder, perfume, false"-, hair or half
dyes for the "purpose of deceiving,
advertising or creating a false im
pression' will face a $25 fine, If a
bill introduced by Representative Mc
Ginnis of Greeley county is passed.
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Mrs. Leonard Thomas, to whom
Helleu and other artists have given
the palm of American beauty, naKes
fashion laws for Jjerself.
At the opera Tecently Mrs, Thomas
wore a, charming blue gown made
with classic simplicity', and witk it
she wore a Grecian girdle made of
dark-red roses woven into a soft and
fragrant fabric. ,

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