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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, January 20, 1917, LAST EDITION, Image 8',
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HUNT MEMBERS OF THE "GOLD
COAST" ROBBERY JANG
Police of the East Chicago av. sta
tion today kept up their search for
other alleged members of "the gold
coast" burglars, following .the arrest
of Arthur Quinn, son of James P.
Quinn, North Side politician.
Those now under arrest in addi
tion to Quinn are:
Julius Preidlander, alias "Red"
Fries, 716 Waveland av., who con
fessed that stolen jewelry from the
home of George M. Reynolds, 1444
Lake Shore drive, came from Quinn.
Louis Kohn, jeweler, 1514 Hey
worth buildmgf confessed fencewho
has turned over the Reynolds jewelry
and other stolen goods he states he
bought from Friendlander.
James Campbell,, who is said to
have confessed several robberies, the
proceeds of which found its way into
the hands of "Red" Fries.
According to FrieB, he got jewelry
taken from the glomes of Geo. M.
Reynolds and David B. Jones from
"Artie" Quiim in Nate Silver's, saloon,
670 N. Clark. He brought the jew,
elry to Kohn. The latter sent the
gold watch stolen from Reynolds t
the Arts Engraving Co. to have the
Reynolds initials taken off. The po
lice got the tip from them.
"Petey" Kane, who has been
sought as a suspect in the Reynolds
robbery, was arrested at 2 a. m.,
when police surrounded his home at
1362 Cleveland av.. broke down the
doors and arrested him. Kane has
a police record. He was arrested
two months ago on a charge of hold
ing up a woman on North Clark st.
and skipped his bonds of $2,000.
WOMAN AND CHILDREN SAVED
r Mrs. Mary Wilks, 3948 Broadway,
I her son Alfred, 8, ancl daughter Hil-
da, 11, rescued by Policeman Frank
Coyle, Rob't McComb andN Mike
Geischecher when fire broke out in
their home at 3 a. m.
LOST AVIATORS WILL NOT
SUFFER FROM EXPERIENCE
San Diego, Jan. 20. Though weak
and worn, neither Lieut W. A. Rob
ertson nor Lieu:. Col. H. G. Bishop,
rescued at point of death from thirst
from desert south of Yuma, Ariz.,
after 'army aeroplane had broken,
will suffer any permanent ill effect. M&
The two lived for 10 days on fcwo
sandwiches, two oranges and a gal
lon of water. They had not eaten
nor had a drink for four days when
found. Bishop had given up and was
unconscious when the rescue party
PERSHING TROOPS PREPARE
TO LEAVE MEXICO
- El Paso, Jan. 20. Although offi
cial announcement is lacking, there
is every indication today that with
drawal of Gen. Pershing's punitive
expedition from Mexico has virtually
begun. Reports today stated that
the American camp "at El Valle, Per
shing's southernmost outpost, was
broken yesterday, the troops there
starting northward to join the main
camp at Colonia Dublan.
Washington, Jan. 20.-Announce-ment
of orders for Gen. Pershing's
withdrawal may be expected at al
most any time, war department of
ficials suggested today.
The prejiminaries of such with
drawal are already staged.
TRIED ON MANN ACT
Albert Braun, once sec'y of Chi.
branch, Teutonic Sons of America, is
on trial in Grand Rapids, Mich.,
charged with transporting Elsa
Hummel, 19-year-old daughter of G.
F. Hummell, 845 Wolfram sL, from
Chicago to Muskegon in violation of
Hummell is treasurer of the Teu
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Ft. Smith, Ark. Canload of whisky
consigned as potatoes Wzed by fed