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CITY MAY ISOLATjSlENGXAND ENACTS
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HOME RULE BtLL.
ULSTER IN ARMS u
.Entered as Second-Class Matter April 21, 1914, at the Fostoffiee at -Chicago,
DL, Under the Act of March 3, 1879.
THE DAY BOOK
An Adless Bcdly Newspaper.
Daily .Except Sunday.
N. D. Cochran, xg33gajBfrL Tel. Monroe 353.
Editor and Publisher. Ip By Mail, Except in
500 South Peoria St "398 Chicago, $3 a Year.
Chicago, Monday, May 25, 1914
GAZZOLOS PLACE WAS BLOWN UP,
SAYS STATE FIRE MARSHAL BACH
Starts Inquiry on Belief That Incendarism May Have
Caused Big Madison Street Fire Riddle Gas
u Explosion Theory Gambler Summoned: -
Was the Gazzolo saloon, operated
by Aid. Frank Gazzolo "and. Louis
Gazzolo, at 1342 W. Madison street,
fired by an incendiary? State Fire
Marshal Abel -A. Bach, after an inves
tigation; believes so. Aid. Gaaeolo
says he does not.
As a result of his belief that.the
three explosions which following the
breaking gut of the fires weraJNOiT
caused by gas, as has been claimed,
Marshal Bach will begin -a far-reach-lns:induiiT
Among the witnesses will be a
gambler who is expected . to tell
whether there is a new -gambling war
in Chicago. During -the last one 51
bombs were thrown and much prop
erty loss and many Injuries.
Marshal Bach and Deputy Marshal
N. J. Durr have dug up Josephine
Folk, a young girl employed in a box
factory in the rear of the wrecked
saloon. The girl wIB testify that -a
half hour before the fire she saw
sian appear at any upper. wJidowu