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LOUDERBACK DIED OF POISONING SAYS THE CORONER'S JURY NOON EDITION WHITE SOX HOLD LEAD BY WINNING THEIR, FOURTH STRAIGHT X THE DAY BOOK . " An Ad less Daily Newspaper, n N. D, Cochran, se& Tel. Monroe 353. , Editor and Publisher. GPi Automatic 51-422. 500 South. Peoria St. 398 By Mail, 50 Cents a Month. VOL. 3, NO. 171 Chicago, Saturday, April 18, 1914 ONE CENT MAN OF MONEY IS FINED AFT CHARGES OF TWO YOUNG OIRL Must Pay One Hundred Dollars For Contributing To Delinquency of Sixteen Year Old Girl Flat He Ran a Prominent Feature in Case Two young girls were discovered on the rocky road three days ago when the police arrested George Rob inson in a flat he jan at 1616 N. Washtenaw avenue. Robinson, who is the son of weal thy parents, was convicted and fined $100 by Judge Rafferty yesterday on the specific charge of liaving contrib uted to the delinquency of Minnie Erickson, a 16-year-old school girl. He is also to be tried on the charge of having helped' send Nettie Schrein er, an 18-year-old girl, along the' wide path. The arrest of Robinson brought to. light startling conditions that exist ed inone of the most respectable dis tricts in the city. Robinson is "the son of a. wealthy manufacturer. A few months ago he starte'd'the flat on Washtenaw ave nue. It was to be a meetingiplace for all his friends. r In court yesterday Robinson plead ed that the flat was only intended as a refuge-in which his friends could play cards when they wished. In fact he argued that he was do ing a moral good for the city of Chi cago in offering a place where his friends could go as an escape from the streets. US-cVv-' -.',- Ur, tfftli rttr-.l "' freftpgrs. jShdf-.Kt. ... A -. i -..- MaaiMflMttiiattittiaiiiaiiMlitMilifeiiiM