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s anthropist," and advocate pf the
Nathan G. Moore, millionaire
banker, lawyer, church, member
and farmer school board mem-
iavid. B. Lymanj whssg fathen
and mother both were missionar
ies, and whp is a former president
of the Qhurcji club.
Edward A, Shedd, capitalist,
whp was th,e big npise hi the
Knickerbocker Ice Trust before
the days of Morse.
James B. Forgan, the hanker,
clubman and philanthropist.
Charles L. Bartjett, of "Orang
eine" and banker fapie, millian
aire and member of exclusive
Ira M. Cobe, banker and form
er traction magnate, life member
of Hamilton club, member of Chi
cago Athletic club arid director of
the Automobile club.
Bernard A. Eckhart, former
state senator, millionaire miller,
and memher of the Union League,
Chicago and Illinois clubs.
Wayman, whp has been state's
attorney for four years and never
has made a move against vice, is
now moving with most alarming
Last night he raided the South
and North-sides, gathering in 300
inmates of disorderly houses.
Not only the women were
brought in, bu also the men fre
quenters of the houses.
Ii the police courts, his morn
ing there wa.s, a corrowful gather
ing of male and female
of IS, university students and the
Amang those arraigned in the
South Clark Street station were
Albert Perry, the actor who takes
the part of the Governor in the
great reform play, "The Man
HigKer Up," at the Olympic the
ater, and a hatch pf Indiana Uni
versity students who had come
down for the fpoftal gam?.
There also was one Chinaman
Assistant Stated Attorney Roy
Fairbank appeared for the prose
cution. He" asked that the
charges against Perry and the
university students be dismissed.
"Wp don't want these boys,'.
he said, except as witnesses
against the owners, agents and
keepers of the houses.
"What we want are the weal
thy 'and respected citizens who
are making fortunes out of such
boys as .these .and .such poor
women as these.
"We are going after these re
spected citizens and we shall get
them. Meantime we have plenty
of other witnesses hesides these
misguided boys, and we ask that
I they be dismissed
Perry and the university stu
dents were allowed tP go free.
The first perspn State's Attor
ney AVajrman called in today was
Chief of Police McWeeny. Their
talk was not a peaceable one. As
McWeeny came out o the pffice
Ije was hot and flustered.
MYou can have 5 or 10 if you
want them1' he said angrily.
rou can send over 5U f you
The pity of it was that most of like," snapped Wayman
the males were mere youtb.Ss.bgys Laer McWeeny recovered his