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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, February 28, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 32',
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WOMAN WHO CLOSED RED LIGHT
St.; Louis, Mo., Feb. 28. Women of
the Tesorfs 'have threatened the Ufe
of TMrs. F. H. Ingallspresident of the
Woman's Protective-teagUe, instru
mental in securing the order of the
board of police commissioners clos
ing the segregated .district at mid
By' letter and 'phone they have
voiced their resentment at the end of
the segregated policy. Enough
threatening letters to fill a large
wastepaper basket have been receiv
ed by Mrs. Ingalls-arid destroyed.
About 25 houses remained in oper
ation early today. In these wild
orgies marked the approach of -the
end!: Singing mission workers at
tracted two hundred young men and'
inmates who hooted and jeered until
a riot calLwas turned in. The crowd
was quickly dispersed, but the police
failed to dampen the ardor of the
denizens arid visitors, who continued
their "celebration" until the wee sma'
The league has promised to care
for the women driven from the
houses, but an. official said today that
it was difficult to secure work for the
TO DONATE $10,0b0 TO. MINERS
Peoria, III.,. Feb. 28. The Illinois
Federation of Miners voted to donate
$10,000 to striking miners in the Cal
umet copper district, and a resolu
tion was introduced condemning the
National Guard, with the recom
mendation that' the convention in
struct all local unions not to receive
into membership any one who is. a
member of the . state militia and jto
oust any members of the National
Guard who hold cards in the Illinois
FUNKHOUSER SAYS HE'S BROKE
Major Funkhouser, city morals in
spector, yesterday .confessed he, was
Tie confession came -out in Judge
Nfiwenmer's p.niirtoom to
whv he had failed tdnav a-iudKB&i
ago m iavpr oi ine yoBcoruiaTire-..
stirariofi f!rrmWriv '
, "I can't "pay the judgment," sairf
Funkhouser "I've -got other flehts
amounting, to $400Qnd I'm pnr&
getting $5,000 a y&fflV" '
serted that Funkho'nslfra rttmuifg
an insuranpe; " business The major-
said the business -wasjViilaking nc
. o 6
THE LAY : OJvTHE COPi
. By Jirri Manee.
We are the-.Windy City' .sleuths,
We are apoor,excuse;.
Our rotten action only
At 1h& very limit tops.
It's orders fr.omjthe higherups
That .make us act like brutal pups,
So we can't help our stunts, because
We're, cops, .cops, cops. ' '
.P. S. "Orders is orders, and, we
need our pay!" , .
"Sav friend: can't rraaJiBbare me
"Neither have I, old man! WhaJ
make of car did you buy? " .
Fair Saturday and Sunday: mooter
.ate temperaturr - -