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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, May 22, 1912, Image 12

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Philip Friedman, 24, a printer,
was fined $1,000 and sentenced to
one .year in the Bridewell this,
morning- by Judge Dicker in the
Maxwell street branch'of the Mu
nicipal Court on a charge of pan
dering. Friedman's wife, Rose, 17, was
the principal witness against him.
She testified that she married
Friedman in March at Crown
Point, In(L, and that they "return
ed to Chicago and lived on In
diana av., near 35th st. For three
weeks she lived there happily
with her husband. Then the
Friedman introduced his wife
to a woman who ran a disorderly
house at 2004 S.' Dearborn, st. He
arranged to have his wife visit
the woman. At that time Rose,
young and innocent, did not know
the reputation of the resort. She
said that her husband took her to
the place and forced' her to stay
The money that she earned by
her .shame went to the husband
He called for her at night and
took her home. She never left
the place except in his company.
Then the parents of Rose, who
had opposed the marriage, began
a search for her. After five weeks
they learned shcwas in the Dear
born street dive. Detectives raid
ed tne place. The girl was arrest
ed, but Friedman skipped to Buf
falo, N. Y., before the detectives
could get him. Rose was placed
the arrest of her husband. She
wanted to go back to her parents.
Friedman was arrested in Buf
falo by Detectives Weissbaum
and Husfeldt of the Max
well street station and brought
back to Chicago yesterday. He
pleaded guilty when brought be
fore Judge Dicker this morning,
but sought to justify his deprav
ity "by besmirching and blacken
ing the name of the girl who had
trusted him. He said she was a
bad girl before he married her.
Rose's mother and father, how-1
ever, declared the girl was good
until she fell under the influence
of Friedman. They were able to
support her, but she worked at
the Boston store toearn spending1
money. She lived at home, and
was happy.
"This is one of the most brazen
cases of depravity that has ever
come before me," said Judge
Dicker in oassiner sentence..
These human parasites, worse
than beasts, deserve no mercy
The punishment will be the limit,
and my only regret Is that it can
not be made heavier."
Rose will be returned to her
parents, 1244 Sawyer ave. She
wants to begin life all over.
o o-
BosWs Looks Killed Him. '
"How did the aviator come to
fall to earth?"
'He was flying: over Boston
and happened to look ddwn on tHe
crooked streets and became dizzv'
for the first time in his exoerience
in the .House of Refuge, to await as a sky navigator." Judge,

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