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Entered as Second-ClaflB Matter AyrA 21, 1914, at the Poetoffice at
Chicago, EL, Under the Act of March, 3, 1879.
THE DAY BOOK
An Aidless Newspaper, Daily Except Sunday
N. D. Cochran, .gga Tel' Monroe 353.
Editor and Publisher. "HHH By Wail, Except in
500 South Peoria St. .396 Cbtcjp,$3 a Year..
VOL. 3, NO. 227 Chicago, Wednesday, June 24, 1914 ONE 'CENT
MILLIONAIRE IN8ICTE0 AS RESULT
OF WHITE SLAVE CASE
Chas. W. Capper, of Capper & Capper, Indicted' After.
Conviction of John A, Moloney, Big Milwaukee
Politician Revel at Hotel Sher-
man Is Told Of. '
Indicted for swearing to false statements and trying to block the United
States government in a white slave case, Charles W. Capper, owner and
founder of Capper & Capper, exclusive haberdashers, faces a term in federal
prison and a heavy fine if found guilty.
The indictment was returned, by a federal grand jury in Milwaukee yes
terday and the evidence in Capper's case all centers in the "Hotel Sherman,
The story of Capper's indictment and the conviction of the man he was
trying to protect has been shut out from Chicago daily newspapers though,
the case has real news in it because it is the first case in which the United
States government has ever convicted accessories along with a principal for
violation of the Mann act. .Capper & -Capper; exclusive haberdashers are
regular advertisers In the-G&cagodaiHes, . - .