Testimony in Hotel Case
TESTIMONY IN HOTEL CASE. Witnesses Say They Did Hot Know the - Wood raff Was Disorderly. . More' than a score of. witnesses testified in Justice Prindlvllle's court that they did not know that the Woodruff hotel, at Twenty- Twenty- First street and Wabash avenue, was a dis orderly house, until it was raided by the Cottage Grove avenue police on the morning of Feb. 10. Among the witnesses for the defense were lawyers, actors, editors, physicians, tailors. contractors, clerks, and tho proprietor ot the hotel. Lv B. Taylor, bis wife, slster-in- slster-in- slster-in- slster-in- law" clerk, and -wter. -wter. The testimony for the prosecution was taken last wees, wnea thirty men and women awore that they knew the hotel to be a disorderly house. Many of them confessed that they frequented the hotel because they knew it was disorderly. Tha argument ot Attorney Daniel Donahoe for the prosecution and of Attorney Theodore Case for the defense will ne neara ac s: :30 o'clock this morning.