Hearing involving Morris Lenson- 1 October 1903

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Hearing involving Morris Lenson- 1 October 1903 - | DOIHGS IN POLICE Cases Biodght Before the...
| DOIHGS IN POLICE Cases Biodght Before the Mayor aad of wards. Aldermen of This City. Alderman DoBx ne yesterda v two Finlanders, who had been arrested . : . . _ a bear, were r*- a licence to traverse the streets K by LKeuse Tax C !u '» ! " S. Xeuwh-il. The citv officials "P put no, a ' Deui- F. .1. number in so the Exline. president Democrats. hand organ and bear business. Chester Miniiigh. a small boy, charged before Alderman J. J. Irwin" bv Mrs. Lyde Cruse w i t h a-sault and batterv her minor child, and the UnV father. :tf charged by Mi-, iruse \iith"profanity, l '~ ha-I hearings \e-terdav. It proved to'' be only a neighborhood strap and t vl; * J .,.,defendants wrre discharged j c.j;upii--:ed. i ,,_ ^. ^,».»»^ »»«^. i* i\^«itAU" tin/ii*" i « the sidewalks ou Twelfth avenue from b " ut are U-iiuc received again at police station of young men loafing " the sidewalks ou Twelfth avenue ,.v,. u . - Eleventh to Sixteenth streets. Orders'". 1 '.' have been i-^ued to break the imi-aii.c- up ;tud arrests will follow unless the warning is heeded. Last spring a plain clothes-man was placed on this beat am good uork. The hearing of Herman Silvenuan. Isaac Silvvrnian, Morris Lenson. H. Craine and Lewis Gordon, of PitLsbun;, charged before Alderman Crawford with conspiracy, took place yesterday afternoon. The defenuants were held in bail for court. Lewis Craine. of Williaras- burg. charged witii the saii:e offense. was discharged. Earl Kunycr and Robert Cox submitted tc a charge of disorderly coir- juct hist evening before Al'derman Stephens, the prosecutor being George W. Doyle, a conductor on the Fairvien i I w trolley line. They were fined $^ ami costs each. It was alleged that the ac'.eJ in a boisterous manner in a Fairview car Saturday night. Special Officer Bradley and a squad of officers raided a resort kept bv Man- Gamp. 2021 Fourth avenue, last nigh! at -11:30 o'clock. They arrested the proprietress and these "inmates: Mar\ Gibson, Ann Cole. J. H. Wilson, ChurleV Wallace, Orville Cole and John Sellie-. All put up security for a hearinir. save the proprietress and the two Coles. h?

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  1. Altoona Mirror,
  2. 01 Oct 1903, Thu,
  3. Page 1

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