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BULGARIA MUST BACK UP OR FIGHT
'THE DAY BOOK
An Adless Newspaper, Daily Except Sunday
yOL 5, NO. 6 Chicago, Monday, October 4, 1915- 393os
MUST HEALEY AND COPS
ANSWER TO COUNCIL?
Aldermen To Bring Up Rank Action Used Against
Clothing Workers at Tonight's Council Meeting
Lynch Wants To Know About CoastTrip.
Council will be asked tonight to
curb police brutality that has been a
daily occurrence since the beginning
of the clothing workers' strike.. So
cialist Aldermen Rodriguez and Ken
nedy have collected fifty affidavits
from women and girls manhandled by
cops. These will be handed to the
"Most of theaffidavits are from
girls," Rodriquez said. "They testify
to having been beaten and pinched
and jerked off their feet by six-foot
bluecoats. Several are in bed as a
result of their experiences at the
hands of these city paid, men,"
resolution which calls for the most
thorough probe the police department
ever has undergone. He will intro
duce it tonight The alderman, in
Sunday's Tribune, was listed among
the 22 who were going to take the
trip with the mayor.
"Our committee will be too busy to
take a vacation for several weeks,"
the alderman told a Day Book re
porter. "One of the things we are
curious to know is how Chief Healey
can feel that he can take a vacation
after calling 300 members of his de
partment in from their furloughs to
special duty on the strike.
"I wouldn't take that trip if they