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girl that he would defend her. He
asked Judge Sabath to release her,
in his custody. Judge Sabath re
fused. "This is a felony of the worst
kitfd," the judge said, "luring and
drugging and robbing a man ; she
will have to be placed under
"I canno.t understand it," said
Senator Madigan later. "This
man Folsom must have some-terrible
power over Miss Sutter. I
have known her a long time, and
she is not the sort that this indi
"Why, it is heinous this girl
being forced to dress herself in
silks and satins and roam the
streets to trap the victims select
ed by Folsom from among his
"Miss Sutter has been mar
ried. She has a child to support
a little baby. It is a shame and
disgrace that this man should
have used her so."
Folsom was arrested in the
county clerk's office. He had two,
women's diamond rings and a
pearl set ring in his pocket when
Folsom is 34 years old. He is
not married. He lives at 743 East,
Folsom did not appear in court
today. His brother, the master in
chancery, appeared for him.
Miss Sutter's bond was fixed at
$2,000, Folsom's at $1,000. Fol
som got someone to go on his
bond and could not be found after
his relaese. When questioned by
the "police after his arrest he re
fused to talk.
The police are searching iot.
the other women whom Folsom "
had in his power and whom he
used as "he used Mrs. Sutter. An
investigation will be made to find
out if any other county employes'
are in the plot.
William- Hale Thompson went
on Folsom's bond.
LOCAL DOINGS IN TABLOID FORM
Chasi JMcMahqn, 38, 215 E. II
linbis st., union pressman, found
unconscious in alley off E. Mad
ison st. between State st. and Wa
bash av. Both legs broken. Coun
ty Hospital. Will die.
Several pairs of dice and $17
.were taken in when police raided
a dice game in basement of 3946"
S. State st. Seven negroes arrest
ed. Harry Ewing booked as
keeper. Ewing was arrested on
Labor Day on same charge.
Grove Belding, 21, 14 S. Cali
fornia av., formerly bellman in
the I. A, C, arrested after he had
knocked down Wm. A. Marsh,
3247 W, Madison st, chauffeur'
for the Auto Livery Co.
Jack Wagner, understudy to
leading man in "Charity Girl,"
and George O'Donald, chorus
man, were told to move on during v
an argument at State and Har
rison sts. Onelid,
The other threatened-to get
Officer O'Brien's number ancL
was jrinched. Spent eight hours
in Clatk st. cell. Judge Going
discharged him, saying: "It's'