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FULL WIRE REPORTS OF THE UNITED PRESS
THE DAY BOOK
500 S. PEORIA ST.
TEL, MONROE 353
Vol. 1, No. 309 Chicago, Saturday, Sept. 21, 1912 One Pent
THE POLICE HAD ONE BANK ROBBER UNDER ARREST
LAST YEAR, AND THEY LET HIM GO
One of the Canadian bank rob-
GOING TO LET 'EM SMOKE
New, York, Sept. 21. The big
New York hotels have lifted the
bar against women smoking in
"What's the use?" said Man
ager Hahn, of the St. Regis. "In
Europe women from. 17 to 70
smoke. American women are get
ting the habit rapidly. It makea
us look like mutts to order a fash
ionablewo"ma"h to quit smoking'
Indianapolis, Sept. ' .21. The
defendants in the dynamite con
"spiracy cases will begin arriving
here next week. The trial opens
October l.in the federal court.
Leo M. Rappaport, counsel for
the Iron Workers' Union, has
been added to the list of the in
"dicted. It is supposed he is to .be
asked about John J. Mctyamara's
' W. N. Harding, attocney for
the indicted men, says. 52 of, the
55 accused'will bt inlndianapolis
two days before the trial begins.
The three missing-will be theMc
Namara brothers, now in the pen,
and John J. McCray, who never
was found. -
bers who escaped from Police
Lieut. Burns is an old friend of
the Chicago police department.
This man's name is J. S. Mor-i
gan, alias Rogers,, alias John. Har
ris, alias Frank Clarke, alias Chi
cago Slim, and lie is one of the
best-known crooks in the country.
Morgan actually was arrested
by Detective Thomas McFarlane
October 9, 1911, two weeks after
the robbery of the Bank of Mon-.
Morgan was taken down to the
detective bureau at that time and
held for a few days. Then the
bureau placed a charge of disor
derly conduct against him. This
charge was dismissed in court.
It really looks like some of
those bold Chicago detectives
who have been giving Burns the
loud ha-ha during the last few
days had better have a little
laugh on themselves by way of a
The other man with Morgan
was Frank West, who is an
equally well-known crook... They
say he has been in Chicago for
quite a little time.
Both Morgan and West are.
mighty liable to get themselves