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REAL SLAYER IN THE "RITUAL MURDER" CASE
IS FOUND MENDEL BElLlS IS CLEARED
$ E WILSONtNAMES U. S. MEDIATION HELPERS ,
Entered as Second-Class Blatter April 21, 1914, at &e Fbfltofflce at
Chicago, I1L, Under the Act of March 3, 1879.
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VOL.3, NO. 189 Chicago, Saturday, May 9,1914 ONE CENT
WORKING GIRLS CAUGHT IN RAID BY
POLICE ON SHADY HOTEL
Four Girls, Victims of Starvation Wages, Arrested With
Men Tell Story of Their Fight To Be Decent and
Their Fall All Under Twenty-One.
The police raided the Hotel La
Plant at 1819 W. Harrison street on
May 3. They had been told by people
in the neighboring homes that "pros
titutes were bringing men up there."
So the police went out expecting
to find a direful of professional
hustlers who had been driven from
the redlight district by the late John
But they brought 'back a patrol
wagon load of working girls; little
girls with the tears of shame stream
ing down their face; girls whose
youth and innocent appearance
shocked the grim, unemotional police
who are used to many strange things.
There were four girls caught by,
the police. But there were no "Vio
lettes" or "Maries" from the red--light
district among them.
In the place of the type expected
there was .
(The Day Book will not publish
the names of the girls in this case. It
does not care to place the brand -on
She tried her best to keep, straight
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