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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, January 08, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 1

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YOUNG JOLTS HQTEL MORRISON BRITISH
SOLDIER TRIES TO STEAL A WIFE; FINED
COMMON LAW MARRIAGES ARE UPHELD
THE DAY BOOK
An Adless Newspaper, Daily Except Sunday
N. D. Cochran, .gggagafr Telephones:
Editor and Publisher. Type Ed,torial Monroe 353.
500 South Peoria St. 398 Circulation Monroe 3826.
VOL. 4, NO. 86
Chicago, Friday, Jan. 8, 1915
ONE CENT
GIRL, LURED TO LOOP HOTEL BY AD
IN TRIBUNE, CAUSES MAN'S ARREST
Encouraged By Hope ot- Job Advertised In Tribune
Columns, Young Girl Goes To Grant Hotel
Beats Off Assailant Man Is Fined
The story of a want ad -that nearly
led a young girl to ruination In a loop
hotel was told in Judge Prindiville's
courtroom this morning.
The girl 19-year-old Virginia
Rowe, 4543 Prairie av. told how she
had read an ad in the Chicago Tri
bune, which crows loudly over the
safety of their advertisements. The
ad called for a young girl of good ap
pearance to act as a shirtwaist model.
Virginia had been out of work for
some time. She was the first-ot the
army of girl -workers who felt the
?pcent 8tuittogtown-onemleelp.
Consequently the Tribune want a
proved alluring.
Robert S. Kelly, who occupied
rooms at the Grant hotel, had in
serted the ad. He says he is a trav
eling salesman. To his rooms the
jobless girl went in answer to the ad.
Virginia is a remarkable pretty
girl. Kelly appeared very well satis
fled with her beauty and figure. Up
until this time he had been very cour
teous in his treatment of the girL
Then he explained that it would
be necessary for him to know the
"texture of the skin." This rather
frightened tneggiri. .But he reassured
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