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CARRIAGE DIDN'T HEAD t OFF
WHITE SLAVE LAW '
That a manmay not escape the
white slave law by marryjng a wo
man was the unique application of
the Mann act upon which federal
authorities acted today in arresting
Hoffberg married here, moved to
St Louis with his wife'' and, after
one day's residence there, left her.
Later he wrote to her to, come to him.
in Chicago. On her arrival' here he
got a room for her .in a North 'Clark
street hotel arid asked her to go on
the streets and solicit.
TO REVIEW RYAN DEFENSE
The whole defense of Frank M.
Ryan and other labor union men con
victed of dynamiting property of the
bridge and structural iron contrac
tors will be reviewed when their case
comes up before the United States
Circuit Court of Appeals next
The hope of the defendants for re
versal of Judge Anderson's finding
lies in the technical plea that the
court erred in convicting them of a
"continuing conspiracy" when the
facts of the indictments demanded
proof of separate acts.
Chester M. Krum of St. Louis, Eli
jah N. Zoline of Chicago, and per
haps United States Senator Kern, of
Indiana, will make the arguments of
the appellees. District Attorney
Gharles W. Millerand and his assist
ant, Charles W. Nichols of Indianapo
lis, will present the government's
"TOO MANY RICH AND GREEDY"
Philadelphia, Oct. 27. "I believe
the greatest problem that this" cen
tury will solve will be seeing that
every man gets that amount of
wealth to which his work entitles
him. There are too many rich and
greedy today and too many penniless
and hopeless," was the statement of
Champ Clark, speaker of the'House
of Representatives, in. an address de- arj
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with Martin. The'bqdfde is" veiled In
black tulle and.trimmed with fur.
Showers this afternoon, or tonight;
Tuesday cloudy'Vnti- unsettled; not
much change Jn? temperature; brisk
northerly winds" becoming variable.
Temperature TSuftdayV-"-.Highestl 59:
lowest, 39. , - -.