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MORE POLICE INDICTED FASHIONABLE FLAT,
RAIDED BERT McCORMICK DINES MRS.
ADAMS BUTLER BROS. HITS UNION STORES
THE DAY BOOK
An Adless Newspaper, Daily Except Sunday
N. D. Cochran, tggjJg Telephones:
Editor and Publisher. T Editorial Monroe 353.
500 South Peoria St. 398 Circulation Monroe 3826.
VOL. 4, NO. 91
Chicago, Thursday, Jan. 14, 1915
PUBLIC OFFICIALS FEAR HOYNE'!
PROBE OF STREET CAR ORDINANCE
Rattling of Traction Skeleton Brings Groans From City
Hall "State's Attorney's Statement is Fiercest
Jolt Received by Car Bosses How Com
panies Put One Over on People
' The City Hall was alive with ex
cited talk today about State's Att'y
Hoyne's attack on the traction bosses
for tile manner in which they slipped
it over the people of Chicago.
Aldermen, who for years have been
considered friends of the street car
bosses, talked with apprehension of
the result of Hoyne's action. For
years it has been openly charged that
certain aldermen were over-anxious
to aid the traction crowd.
And Hoyne's probe is very apt to
feing to light sp.pe Interesting infor-
mation on the manner in which the
car companies have grabbed off big
privileges from the city.
Members of a former administra
tion may be called upon to explain
the granting of these privileges.
When you see the letters "C. S. L."
on a surface line street car you are
looking at a piece of bunk, a cheat
ing device planned to swindle the
city. The "C. S. L." stands for Chi
cago Surface Lines. If a car is over
crowded or has no lights jior signs
or if, it has a stenchin-yiolation, o