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VOL. 3, NO. 23 7 Qhlgftg6,Fridayf tOcb 24,-1913
EIGHTEENTH WARD POLITICS GETS
A GOOD BAWLING DDT
Municipal Judge -EakeJ Takes:-a-'Slap 'at Alderman
, Report'-PqljtiqkmidM Whrk
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The merry game of politics as4layed;voffHhe"WesCSide byAld. Frank
Gazzolo and Assistant' State's AttorndyMiks Sullivari, self-styled .bosses of
the Eighteenth Ward, came-in for,U veryrcaustic criticism front Municipal
Judge Pake. - $ "' ' '
The occasion Was the 'trial of .Fred Braider, Sullivan .lieutenant, and a
gang of other Gazzolo-Sullivan .cbhohs .whose4 names occupy prominent
places in the scarlet side of Chicago's history, , -
. The other names -brings baqk memories of the days when. "Mike dc
Pike" ruled over the, old West Side levee before the advent of , Police Cap-
tain Thomas jF. Meagher. They , are "Harry .London, Barry Hoffman, chief,
agent in 'the cqnspiracyagainst Officers' Alcock andr Jdhnson; "Phil Wein
berg, -who achieved, notoriety during!- the." investigation: -of c the- West Sidej
Charles Reaser, alias "Schbfepes,"v and Joe Carroll, Troth, well-known, tor the
police. , t lv. ,-', ,,..'"
The' men were, arrested as Inmates 'of anV'ill-gavetned resort,", the re-f
sort being the Gazzqlo-Sulliyan headquarters, the; Eighteenth Ward Demo-1
cratic. Benevolent Cljib044- West Madison street. -
When they were arraigned j before Judge "Faka after several ,contin
uancesJUd. Frank "Gazzolo appeared in their behalf. His appearance brought
down the wrath of the judge. -4i?- ;n 1 . -
"It the ydermahfrom.ihe Eighte'enth.Waixi.imagmeshe.is'servingthd
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