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The Tribune says it is for Gov
ernor Deneen because his admin
istration has been "so efficient."
-The Tribune also has pointed
out various vague and misty in
stances of Deneen's efficiency.
There was a fine instance bf it
in the Desplaines street police
Police Lieut Gallery had round
ed up a lot of employment agency
barkers, who had been trying to
kidnap citizens from the street.
He called upon Paul Bassio
or Tony Blazi there seems .to be
as much mystery about his real
name as there is in his-actions -deputy
inspector of the state la
bor bureau to help prosecute the
Bassio or Blazi answered
the-call, and appeared in court.
But not to prosecute. He de
fended the men whom Gallery
charged with breaking the state
laws. He also announced thai he
was going to'get" Gallery for in
terfering with the employment
Bassio or Blazi is an ap
pointe of Governor Deneen. De
neent The Tribune tells us, exer
cises great care and discrimina
tion in his choice of men.
The duty of a deputy inspector
of the state labor bureau is to see
to it that the employment agen
cies dorndt dupe foreign laborers
who come here ignorant of condi
tions, and are easy prey.
This was the specific charge
that Gallery made against the em
ployment agencies, and he offer
ed to prove it. Bassio or Blazi
did ntft ieny that the employ
ment agencies had been duping
foreigners. He just defended
them, and announced he was go
ing to "get" Gallery.
As a taken-from-life instance of
the efficiency of Gov. Deneer's ad
ministration, this, makes us think
we're going to vote for either
Edward F. Dunne or Frank H.
Stranger Can you tell me
where I will find your Bureau of
Farmer Brown I kin givh you
,the village dressmaker's address.'
She Toiows the age of every
-woman in town.
Tokio, the capital of Japan, has
a female population of 752,000, of
whom 191,000 seek their liveli
hoods outside of their own family;
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