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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, May 06, 1915, NOON EDITION, Image 11',
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e'r -calls It "property excetswheh 'ttie'l business-men."
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; ATLANTIC HQME . OF MULTIMILLIONAIRES
" The federal grand, jury in Indianap
olis has returned ah--indictment
against Mike ("The Hke")v""Heitler,
one -time-head of the -West-Slide red
ligh't'district here, cdh'rging him with
-violating section 6 of theMann white
slave law. That section concern's
registering of foreign 'girls placed'-in
hofuses of ill fame.
Edna Burke '.alias Dolly Shaft tier,
-Was'indicted'with HeitTer on the same
charge. The indictment charges that
JJeitler and the 'Burke iwomah -placed
Rose'Prameovitz; 20, an Austrian girl,
in a resort at Gary.
' Heitler's arrest in Chicago was 'or
dered by DisL Att'y Dailey and Heit
leris hvthe-jail', having-been unable
to give bond.
Sal i da, Colo. Opening infernal
ma'chine mailed to husband, Mrs.-' E.
'B. Van Cleave, wife of barber, suf
fered burns to face and hands and
narrowly escaped being marked'-for
life by hundreds of small tacks" dig