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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 17, 1912, Image 3

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, can only arouse suspicion in-the
men that Busby and Roach are
getting ready to put someth'ing
over..
Mahon met theilocal' leaders of
the union at the Briggs houseito-
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day. The conference was a lotlg
one. After it was over, Mahon
refused to. make public what had
taken place, but safd he might be
ready to -give out a statement at
5:30 o'clock.
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HALF DETROIT'S CITY. COUNCIL BEHIND THE BARS
Prosecutor Hugh Shepherd,
who is handling Dejtroit council
graft cases. . . s x . , , .
Leading figures in Detroit's
sensational bribery "scandal,
where half the city council' has
been arrested -for accepting or
soliciting bribes to put through -a
street closing" ordinance 'on behalf
of a railroad. On the left is "Hon
est Tom" GJinnan, said tp be the
gang Jeader, with Aid. Louis
Brozo on right, and Council Cleric
Eddie ScHreiter '(insert) r
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In United States average daily
consumption of cigars is 21,718,
448 a-nd of cigarettes 23,736,190.
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