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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, March 23, 1915, NOON EDITION, Image 12',
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ADVENTURES OF MR. MOUSE
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GIRL'S STORY LEADS TO ARREST
OF TWO WAITERS
The story of a wild night in the Ho
tel Cadillac, where she claims she,
was taken in a stupor and mistrated,
told by May Smith of 505 "Cass st.
to Sergeants Mulcahy and McCarthy,
brought about the arrest of George
Lawrence and Lyle Smltn, waiters at
the Boston Oyster House.
Miss Smith, who is 22, told the of
ficers that the waiters picked up an
acquaintance with her when she was
left in the Boston Oyster House by
an angry friend. They bought some
drinks and asked her if they could
take her home.
Instead of going home with her,
she says, they took her off the car at
22d st and started towar dthe Cadil
At first she Tefnsed to go into this
place, but feeling "dizzy from the
drinks, she finally consented and
the men took her into the hotel.
Growing fainter, she was taken to
a room and there, she told the police,
either from drugs given her, she lost
consciousness and was mistreated by
Lawrence. Lylye Smith then came
into the room after Lawrence left
and she said she was again mistreat
ed. Although she screamed loudly,
she says, no one answered.
When the men had left she stag
gered down to the clerk and told her
story. He paid little attention to her,
she says, and finally called a cabman
and had her removed.
BITS OF NEWS
Former U. S. Senator Lorimer,
H. B. Huttig and Chas. Fox of La
Salle St'bank, appeared before Judge
Carpenter for hearing indictments.
Plead not guilty.
Tom Scott, tramp from Detroit, ar
rested. Broke into barber shop at
426 S. State. Built fire in basement
to keep warm and took $30.
Seven hurt when westbound 63d
st. car hit wagon of Isan Santi, 2125
Fulton st, at La Salle st