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HOLDING UP AUTOISTS PROVES PROFITABLE

American Government Special Collections Reference Desk

HOLDING UP AUTOISTS PROVES PROFITABLE

United Press
August 31, 1912


San Francisco, Aug. 31.—By placing obstructions in the road three automobile bandits held up the car driven by William Fries, president of the California Fruit Canners' Association, who was accompanied by Phillip Manson of the brokerage firm of Sutro and company in Golden Gate park and secured $500 here early today. The robbers escaped.

As published in Daily Capital Journal of Salem, Oregon on August 31, 1912.



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