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Entered as Second-Class Matter April 21, 1914, at the Postofflce at " -,i
Chicago, IE., Under the Act of March 3, 1879.
THE DAY BOOK
An Adless Newspaper, Daily Except Sunday
N. D. Cochran, .gfS. TeI- Monroe 353.
Editor and Publisher. HH By MaiL Except in
JQOSouthPeprjaSL , 398 Chicago, $3 a Year.
VOL. 3, NO. 248
Chicago, Monday, July 20, 1914'
CHIEF GLEASON SAYS TRUST PRESS
IS HINDERING FIGHT ON LEVEE
Chief Wants Power to Arrest All Property Owners as
JVell as Pimps and Prostitutes Larkins Says ,
, Gangsters Plotted to Get Dannenberg. ,
r lf I had my way unhindered, Fd
clean out the redlight district in the
only way possible. And that is by
arresting them all pimps,, prosti
tutes and property owners."
This was Chief of Police Gleason's
statement today in connection with
the newspaper crusade against the
redlight. district, following thftftfllhrg'
of Detective Stanley Blrn's.
"I've been blocked, completely by
the press of Chicago," the chief, con
tinued. ?"BJght nowthey are throw
ing tjpsL'iaJihp eyes pfrtbe.. people;.
They're not dealing with the real
,rVyhen I tried to clean out vice in
Chicago by getting after the men
who are making the real profits from
it, nothing wastever said in the news
papers about it,
"The real profits from a woman's
shame are divided between pimp and
property owner. I don't believe any
policemen are getfing anything.
"With, the assistance of Ass't-Corporation
Counsel George L. Reker I
,tried to get thproperty owners. But
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