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ffrsf met Miss Lange. ShV was
working there. She says she told
Shunk she wanted to go home,
but had not the money.
Shunk told the girl he would
give her the money. He brought
her to Chicago and 'then offered
her a job as his housekeeper.
The girl says Shunk took her
to the house at 320 South Sanga
mon street; mistreated her and
brought other men to her. There
were other girls in the house.
The girls who were arrested in
yesterday's raid are being taken
care of by Miss Abel of Hull
The trials of Police Capt. Ma
honey and Lieut. Burns for neg
lect of duty in the Canadiart bank
robbery case was begun today.
Up to 3:30 o'clock all the evP
dence was in the favor of-the ac
James Sidias, owner of the sa
loon where the bank robhers hung
out, was the first witness.
He told how he and Miles De
vine had gone to Mahoney and
Burns and described Walter Sta
cey, alias Geo. West, to them, and
told them he suspected Stacey
was a crook.
- He swore that he did not men
tion, that Stacey or any of his
gang had been seen with large
Quantities of Canadian monev. '
"Wife is just one sham thing
after another," thought' the hus
band as his spouse placed her
teeth, hair, shape and complexion
on the bureau.
TURKISirwAR SITUATION" '
London, Oct. 7. Effort of
powers to prevent war between
Turkey and Balkan allies be
lieved to be successful here.
Turkey has promised reforms
in Macedonia and Albania. Pow
ers gave Balkan allies notice that,
if they did fight and win they
would 'gain nothing by it, as
powers would not let them seize
Budapest. Peace in the Bal
kans not thought possible here.
Dispatches from Sofia say that
Bulgarians are so worked up that
unless war is declared they are
liable to start a revolution against,
Berlin. Greeks boarded Turk
ish passenger steamer in the Pi
raeus. Men badly beaten. Women
dragged from ship and mis
treated. Cleveland, O. 500 Cleveland'
Greeks reaVly to start for home to
fight Turkey under leadership of
Rev. Daniel Skarpas. Got wire
yesterday from Crown Prince
Constantine of Greece urging
loyal Greeks to return and help
their country. 300 Greeks wilf
start for home from Canton, O.,
Denver. 500 Greeks kissed
their national flag and took an
oath to fight for the fatherland if
war is declared against Turkey
last night, Today they are pre
paring to leave for home.
Omaha. 600 Greeks have or
ganized for military service here
and will -leave for Athens the mo
ment the call to arms is issued.
Three thousand Greeks have