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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, October 19, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 1

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THEATRICAL AGENCIES GET A JOLT
STRIKERS PLAN BIG PARADE ITALY WARS
ON BULGARIA HILLSTROM WILL BE SHOT
THE DAY BOOK
An Adless Newspaper, Daily Except Sunday
VOL.5, NO. 19 Chicago, Tuesday, October 19, 1915 398
POLICE DEPT DUE FOR
GRILLING TONIGHT
Five Aldermen Lay Down On Recommending Police
Probers' Facts Be Presented to. Council Brutality
Methods the Main Backbone of Arguments.
"Politics is that the reason five
aldermen refused to make any recom
mendations on their investigation of
police brutality which startled the
city last week? The vote of the al
dermen indicates that they fear the
police force and believe it a potential
force in politics.
Only eight of the' twelve members
of the police committee were at the
meeting this moj-ning. Here are the
five who voted against the recommen
dations introduced by Aldermen Buck
and Kennedy:
Chairman Lynch, Aldermea Pow
ers, Gnadt, McDermott and Hickey.
Aldermen Buck, Kennedy ar)d Mc
Cormick voted to send the resolutions
to the council.
Consistent with his attitude
throughout the investigation of
shielding the police department with
every possible trick and dodge he
could think of, Aid. Powers made the
brilliant statement that the strikers
had not proved one case of police bru
tality. Aid. Kennedy accused him.of being
deaf.
"If this was your daughter who
had been biojighj; Je?ore usjand.dis-
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