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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 19, 1912, Image 1

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READ WHAT BILLY BURKE SAYS ABOUT THE SANE
WOMAN BEING TEMPERATE IN ALL THINGS
THE DAY BOOK
500 SO. PEORIA STi
398
TEL. MONROE 353
,VQL.2,N045 Chicago, Tues4ay, Nov. 19, 1912 ONE CENT
THRILLING CAREER OF A NEW YORK MASTER
CRIMINAL ENDS IN A BLAZE OF GUN PLAY
And still the robberies cqntin
ued, and still the servants disap
peared, and-, still the police were
without -a clue.
Then accident came, to the res
cue of the police. .Three weeks
ago a patrolman on West 92d st.
saw the cloaked figure of a
woman carrying a bag hurrying
'down'the street.
The patrolman stopped her
and asked where she was gding in
such a hurry at-2 o'clock in the
,morn.ihg'.
The woman, fainted. The pa
trolman "opened her bag. It was
crammed with valuably jewelry
and silverware
When the girl recovered, in a
cell, she was, immediately given
the third degree" to make her tell
where she'gbt fhe jewelry. -.
She gave her -name as' Sophie
'Beckendorf, IS years old, and
readily admitted that she had
stolen the'jewelry from the home
of Dr. Augustus-Rosenbloom, 214
West 92dst., where she had been
employed -as 'domestic,
. - But when she was asked if she
Lljajd any accomplice a look of
-nunted terror always came into
"her eyes-an.d she screamed that
- -
" New York,. N6v. 19. The ca
reer of ojie of N.ew York's master
criminals was brought to an end
,here last night and three bodies,
lie in the morgue today, and two.
""men-are dying in the hospital.
- The rnan ..was, Joseph Vogel,
Talias Therirdp Razyesky, 48 years
'old. whQ made mmdrjeds of thou
. sands of dollars ' by. training
women to steal forhim.. .,
Backed into a corner in, the bed-
rdom of a RainesLaw hotel in the
"JBronx by tie officers, of tHe'law
Vogel fqught; .to the , end, and
killed his wife and himselfrather
than be taken. " ,'
The bloody'battle in the mtisty
Bronx hotel was the .sequel 'to a
.long series-of big jewel' robberies
that baffle'd the New, York police
House after, house was ran
sacked fr6m end, to end' by domes
Hie servants and. in each case.the
servant disappeared as complete
ly as if she had vanished Into thin
alrv
The police 'hecame convinced
"that some master mihd was di
'recting the work of wholesale
.robbery. The entire Central Of
fice iorce was put to work run
ning down the cases;

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