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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, December 28, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 1

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ALL TODAY'S NEWS IN A NUTSHELL
THE DAY BOOK
An Adless Newspaper, Daily Except Sundav
VOL. 5, NO. 77 Chicago, Tuesday, December 28, 1915 398
WOMAN, HELD BY STORE
DETECTIVES, SUES
CARSONPIRIES
Says Detectives Searched Her for Necklace Alleged to
Have Been Stolen Wanted Her to Sign Confes
sion" Though Lost Article Was Not
Found on Her.
Carson, Pine, Scott & Co. is mixed
in another damage suit. The work
of a store detective is the cause.
Mrs. Helen Grawe of 1848 Roscoe
av. passed through the store one day
last summer. She stopped at the
jewelry counter, examined a cheap
necklace, but, finding no clerk near,
laid it down and passed on.
chases on the main floor of the de
partment store and walked out on
State street. Across the street, near
Mandel's, a woman stopped her, she
says.
"I'm a detective," she said. "You
better come along wih me or 111 call
a policeman and have you arrested
right here in front of the crowd."
Mrs. Grawe hesitated a moment.
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