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LAST EDITION LAST EDITION .
MURDER CASE LEADS LABOR HEADS CALL
POLICE INTO BLACK, LABOR MESS A MOVE
HAND MYSTERY?, ' OF BIG BUSINESS
Entered as Second-Class Matter April 21, 1914, at the Postofflce at
Chicago, m., Tinder the Act of March 3, 1879.
I THE DAY BOOK
C An Adless-Newsnaoer. Dailv Exrp.nt Snndav
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N. D. Cochran, ..dffSSSSk Tel. Monroe 353.
Editor and Publisher. TvlagliJ By Mail, Except in
500 South Peoria St. 398 Chicago, $3 a Year.
VOL. 3, NO. 245 Chicago, Thursday, July 16, 1914 ONE CEIT
YOUNG GIRLS AND WEALTHY MEN ARE
PATRONS OF NORTH SIDE LEVEE
New Fashionable Tenderloin on Upper North Side
I Draws From All Parts of City Chicago Starts x
Vice "Cleanup" Funkhouser "May"
Investigate North Side.
Chicago is now'induiging in its per
iodical vice-chasing crusade. As in
all 'other similar crusades they are
skimming the surface and browbeat
ing the weak. This is the usual way
of going about such things.
Weeks ago The Day Book exposed
the fashionable district around Wil
son avenue, where, cafes and flats
cater to the idle rich young men and
the weary, pleasure-seeking young
Everybody in CWcago fcnows novj
that the upper North. Side, far out on
Broadway, is the real tenderloin of
Chicago. Its vice is most ruinous, be
cause it is gilded. And it proves an
attractive magnet to the young girls
with unsinged wings.
But the morals squadNchooses to
ignore this sort of .vice and has cen
tered its new attack on the old places,
which have such hard reputations
that no young girl would venture
There may be a few maces runnine
in the old levee district, but tfceyfara