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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 26, 1912, Image 4

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"I always thought "Koetters
was likely to go to Cincinnati. I
always thought he was likely to
seek refuge with one of those
women dupes of. his.
"The Cincinnati police have
missed a good chance. Koetters
is a smart man. He may 'change
his disguise again, and lose him
self with his friends."
Koetters was seen in Kansas
City, where he was involved in
an intrigue with a married- wo
man now missing, November 18.
A busman drove Koetters from
the depot to the hotel of, Mrs.
Ralph Hegen there on that date.
Koetters disappeared without
registering at the hotel.
Three schoolmates of Koetters
are on their way to Chicago to
give the police information about
Koetters habits and ways.
Captain Halpin wants Gov. De
neenAo offer a $500 reward for
the arrest of Koetters in thehope
that the money might tempt the
friends with whom he is hiding to
give him' up. .
FOGEL-MURPHY DEAL
The Chicago Post today prints
a story by Sporting Editor For
man saying that Cha's. W. Mur
phy, owner of the Cubs, wrote the
interview which was credited to
Horace Fogel, president of the
Phillies.
The interview with Fogel
charged Pres. Lynch and his Na
tional League umpires withfav
oring the N. Y Giants in the pen
nant race.
A United Press dispatch to The
J)ay Book from New York this
afternoon says that at the special
meeting of the National League
today to try Fogel, Fogel an
nounced that he had resigned as
president of the Phillies and that
A. B. Wiler had been elected in
his place. - ,
Roger Bresnanan today placed
his case before the National
League. He wanted to give the
league a chance to straighten out
his row with Mrs. Britton, owner
of the St. Louis Cardinals, before
suing Mrs. Britton in the courts
for breaking her contract with
him as manager of the Cards.
WAR ON HOTEL LOBBY
DOPE FIENDS
At the request of The Day
Book, Chief McWeeny has con
sented to ridthe loop hotels of
the dope fiends and men of perverted-morals
who frequent the
lobbies.
The hotels do-not attempt to
discourage these people as long as
theiif attentions to the guests is
not too evident. They usually
have plenty of money, and are
looked upon as good customers.
A canvas of loop hotels yester
day afternoon resulted in the dis
covery that the perverts were
scattered as follows: Sherman
house, 4; LaSalle hotel. 2: Con
gress, 1 ; Brevoort, 1 ; Stratford, 1 ;
Palmer house, 3.
According to the vice report
these male perverts make up like
women and call each other wo
men's names. Tliey are the kind
of human animals that recently'
weer exposed in Portland, Oregon.
, MfcA.-,., .,.,, Llk

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