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KNOWLEDGE OF HOW
HER BABY DIED
ALL EUROPE UP IN THE
AIR OVER THE WAR
Entered as Second-Class Matter April" 2 19L4, at the PostofBce atf
Chicago, EL, Under the Act of March 3, 1879.
THE DAY BOOK
An Adtess Newspaper, Daily Except Sunday
N. D. Cochran,
Edit oi and Publisher
Tel. Monroe 353.
By Mail, Except in
Chicago. $3 aYear.
VOL.3, NO. 254 Chicago, Monday, July 27, 1914
MORALS SQUAD GIVEN ORDERS TO
GET AFTER THE NORTH SIDE
Police Heads Discover Vice Flourishes in Fashionable
t Parts of Town Colosimo Talks of Vice Crusade -.
Detectives Grilled Grand Jury Busy.
The city administration has -just
made a great discovery. They have
come to the realization that vice is
not confined to a few narrow blocks
on the South Side, but is all fcver the
So they've given orders to Inspec
tor of Morals Dannenberg to give up
his policy of limiting the activity of
the morals squad to the' old 'bad
lands" and spread out
In spite ot the covering up qf the
facts by the newspapers in the inter
est of the real esta'temen, the police
heads have found out that vice exists
on the North Side and the morals
squad will hereafter work in that part
When the Herald some time back
followed the lead of The Day Book
and revealed conditions in the upper
North Side district, the real estate
men raised "an awful howL The other
newspapers took up their argument
and the Herald was silenced.
Since that time there has been a
quiet investigation going on. It is
practically admitted that enough ha$