Miscellany: Stamps

In Nice, France. Adolphe Stolke advertised for help, specified that applicants must enclose stamps for replies. Adolphe Stolke sold the stamps, lived on the proceeds until victims complained, had him jailed for 90 days.


In Chicago. Walter Anuzic, 26, was held for trial in the Court of Domestic Relations on the complaints of four young women who said he had gotten them all with child. Walter Anuzic works in a baby carriage factory.


In South Orange, N. J.. police answered a telephone call, heard a frightened woman's voice calling for help:...

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