Wm G Anderson vs Cap Streeter
one to and and a Sel- No latter Murphy'* almost GAMBLERS AFTER STEMS UNO Chicago, Oct. 17.--"Captain" George Wellington Streeter's "District of Lake Michigan" is to be transformed into a real Monte Carlo, according to Atty. William G. Anderson. Atty. Anderson Â·ays a syndicate of gamblar* la prepared to buy the "district" on Tuesday, when it will be sold by the sheriff to satisfy a $100,000 judgment obtained against Streeter by Anderson. IS ADVERTISED ' The salo of the title to the .Jake front property, which Capt Streeter claims to hold, has been advertised to take place at 10 o'clock In the morn- Ing at the east entrance of the county's building. That it will ba sold a* scheduled seems certain. REGARD SALE AS CERTAIN. Even Streeter is doubtful whether he can save the "district" from going under the sherifi's hammer, Atty. Anderson, who holds the judgment, IB cur* the sale will take place. "Nothing can stop it" he said. "A. syndicate of gamblers will be represented among the bidden and they intend to buy a title at any price. see a chance to . art a gambling enterprise- where they .vlll be free from molestation by the city. They can obtain an Injunction and uni . 11 Is decided by the United States Supreme court they can conduct any game* they see fit. They will of course claim the state, has no authority ender the term* of Capt. Streeter's ^original title.