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The day book. [volume] (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, March 19, 1915, NOON EDITION, Image 12

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Newark, N. J. Rev. Louis R. Paf
mont, under indictment for arson in
this county, arrested; charged with
having fired Polish Christian Baptist
church.
NEW INTERESTING CLUE IN
COOK DEATH MYSTERY
New Haven, Conn., March 19. A
new puzzle in the mystery surround
ing the death of March 4 of Miss Lil
lian M. Cook, former stenographer of
Virginius J. Mayo, was added today.
Police discovered a new witness who
claims to have seen an automobile
with all lights extinguished, speed to
the top of Westrock thirteen hours
before Miss Cook's body was found
there.
This circumstance was basis for
a new theory that Miss Cook's death
did not occur on the lonely mountain
top.
It was reported that papers would
be served here Saturday upon Mayo
by the Scranton woman who claims
him as her husband.
WHITE SLAVERS SEL FOUR
GIRLS IN NEW YORK
New York, March 19. -Four girls,
not one of them out of their 'teens
have been bought outright by New
York detectives in the latest crusade
against white slavers, Police Com
missioner Woods announced today.
The price in each case was $25.
Louis Abrams, a palefaced youth,
went on trial today, charged with
selling 19-year-old Lily Levine to a
detective. Abe Levenson, fat, mus
cular dive-keeper, who pleaded guilty
to the same charge, was to be sen
tenced today.
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'TWASNT A "BEAR" DANCE
Boston. Mayor Curley forced
young society women in a classic
Greek dance at a woman suffrage
benefit to wear stockings. He said
bare feet and le"gs were "shocking to
public morals."
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GREAT COLOR SCHEME!
Union. N. J Blue snow, pink
frogs and metamorphosis of white
ducks into green, caused by acids
from a chemical f actdry draining into
a stream on his place are complaints
in a farmer's injunction suit
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