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WESTSIDE SALOONS HAVE
Although Mayor Harrison an
nounced with great bluster a few
weeks ago that the "lid" was
down tight and that both he and
McWeeny,' with their combined
official "bulk, wef e sitting on it, it
was mecessary to revoke the li
censes of 3 West Side saloons
yesterday in the district that
"King- Barney" Grogan rules
with an iron hand,
The places, owners and charges
which led to the revocation, of
their licenses followr Bon Ton
saloon, 120 So. Halsted, operated
by Howard and Monahan; dis
respected police orders concern
ing operation of concert hall J 6
women and 7 men arrested in r&itf
May 4. '
Charles Thompson's saloon,
813 W. Monroe si. Wonien so
licited from plaice.
Saloon of Thomas Cook and J."
M. Markey, 814 W. Monfoe st,
license in name of Thomas Jen
nings; violated 1 o'clock closing"
order and allowed disorderly
women to frequent place, ,
Tuff alia Schinkus, 15Q1 So.
Canal, license expired and will
not be renewed because of rob
bery in saloon reported by Capt.
J. J. Mahoney.
It has also been reportejd to
Schuettler, that Jim O'Leary is
running a hand-book out in his
stock-yards saloon as openjy as
though it were, quite within the
When Mother is Hurt.
When Father' is Hurt.
New Orleans, Levee at Nas
tor Canal, 50 miles. south of here,
broke this afternoon. Crevasse
100 feet wide. Flood threatens
Pqoria, 111. State convention
of Knights of Columbus opened
today. Five hundred delegates
present. Alton or Kankakee will
get the nex meeting.