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First, that 246 policemen are work
ing in plain clothes who should be in
Second, that there is friction be
tween first class detective sergeants
and police captains over questions of
Third, that the ordinance provision
for a separate detective bureau is not
Fourth, in spite of city council or
ders, there has been no decrease in
the number of city policemen assign
ed to "soft snap" jobs. .
On Tuesday about noon Hoyne
raided the bureau and took away all
of the records and books, including
the "squeal" book which is supposed
to hold a record of all of the cases not
acted upon and secret arrests.
Three express wagons were re
quired to carry the books to the
Criminal Court Bldg., where they
were taken to the grand jury room
Among the detectives who are said
to be elected for transfer are: Wil
liam Egan, John J. O'Keefe, William
Bush, James Conick, Thomas Staple
ton, Frank Welljng,. John Dempsey,
James Monaghan, Michael Trant, T.
J. McFarland, William Brophy, John
Culhane, John J. O'Malley.
Sergeant Frank J. Shannessey,
who acted as Capt. Halpin's secre
tary, may also be shifted.
Chief Gleason also caused more
gossip around the police stations
when he placed the following profes
sional bondsmen on the blacklist:
Will Simon, secretary to Aaron A.
Andrews, professional bondsman,
who is secretary to Ike Roderick.
Eph M. Harding, bonding represen
tative of Mont Tennes.
Perry Lilhard, South Side bonds
man. Joseph O'Donnell, an ex-saloonkeeper,
who Is said to have Several
forfeitures, judgments and other dis
qualifying marks against him.
John Morris, a South Side saloonkeeper.
ROYALIST RIOTS IN -PORTUGAL FRENCH
ADMIT DUNKIRK CAN'T BE HELD
London, Oct. 21. The Exchange Telegraph Co.
says it has received information that a royalist revptu
Hon has been started in Lisbon; Reports were current
last week that friends of the deposed King Manuel had
promised to finance an attempt on his part to regain the
throne of Portugal.
Paris. That important events are
developing in the immediate theater
of war was indicated by a sudden
tightening of the censorship today.
Only yesterday's events were dis
cussed in the official declaration.
But it is understood that today the
allies are making a determined ef
fort to retake Lille, where the gen-:
eral German headquarters for the en
tire right wing are understood to
have been established.
Berlin, via The Hegue, The war
office today announced that while se
vere fighting is in progress along the
line of the Yser river in Belgium there
has as yet been no decisive result
It is stated that the Germans are
gradually gaining ground in the gen
eral direction of Dunkirk.
The German right wing is slowly
advancing from Lille and although
the allies are maintaining a particu
larly stubborn defense they are being
pushed backward. The fighting is'
said to be general all over the right
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