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TWO GIRLS SAY MAN URGED
THEM TO SOLICIT IN SALOON
Two young girls who had tasted
of the life of the loop and had been
caught named the Boston Store as
the place where they had first been
told of the city's night 4if e.
Louise Block, 19, and Virginia
Brown, 20, were the girls. They were
arrested in the company of two men
in the loop Monday night The men
told the police they had picked up
the girls to take them to a hoteL The
girls couldn't tell Judge Uhlir why
they were out with the men whose
names they hardly knew, but they
both burst into tears when Judge
Uhlir asked them in the morals court.
They said they visited the Boston
Store to do some shopping one day
last week and while they wandered
through the place they were ap
proached by a "swell-dressed fellow"
who seemed to' insist on starting a
Then they said the man introduced
himself as "Carl Busch of the Dela
ware cafe on North Dearborn st,"
inviting the girls to spend an evening
in the place.
"Just drop in some night next
week," he said, the girls declare.
"Don't bother about bringing an es
cort. You won't have to.
"You step into our place some
night and I'll buy the drinks myself.
We like to have pretty girls like you
around. Come ahead; it won't cost
So it was, they explained, that they
were initiated into the mysteries of
the Delaware cafe, at 150 N. Dear
They told Judge Uhlir that on their
first visit to the place, which they
entered without an escort, they were
given drinks and treated fine. They
seated themselves at a table and be
fore long two young men came to sit
It was on a street of the loop that
the curious behavior of one of the
girls attracted the attention of a po-
, Jweman. He questioned the two cou-1
pies and when he saw they had been '
drinking and the girls admitted they
hardly knew the men they were
placed under arrest
The men, in court yesterday, told
the truth, so Judge Uhlir let them go.
The girls will be in to see him again
in a week.
The license of the Delaware cafa
has been revoked.
PRESIDENT TO FINALLY SETTLE ,
Washington, March 29. Some-
thing more than disposal of case of
channel packet Sussex and merchant
ship Englishman is object of present -steps
being taken by administration
in new submarine issues with Ger
many. Complete settlement of whole
submarine question, including dis-
posal of Lusitania case held up by
armed merchantman decree is in
mind of President Wilson if opinion
of other high administration officials
If it is admitted by Germany or
proved against Germany that one of
her submarine commanders is guilty,
price Germany must pay if diplomatic"'
relations are not to be broken off;'"
Such punishment of commander"
as is meted out to Germany army and "
nav.al officers who disobey imperial
Reparation for damage done, and, -as
far as possible, for life lost
Agreement finally and conclusively
by Germany to abide by international
law in conduct of U-boat warfare.''
This would mean abrogation of her
armed merchantmen decree Mar. l."
Ward liner Englishman, which was
sunk a few days ago, was shelled and'"
torpedoed after attempting to jes-"-l
cape, according to affidavits of Amer-f
ican survivors cabled state depart
ment from LiverpooL
You may say what you wish about'"
them, but no woman ever boughtr
hair restorer of a bald-headed barbers