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ATTEMPTS TO KILL MAYOR MITCHELL OF NEW YORK LAST EDITION PROBING FIRE THAT DESTROYED EXPRESS COMPANY BARN THE DAY BOOK An Adless Daily Newspaper. N.. D. Cochran, Editor and Publisher. 500 South Peoria St. 398 Tel. Monroe 353. "' Automatic 51-422. By Mail, 50 Cents a Month. VOL. 3, NO. 170 Chicago, Friday, April 17, 1914 ONE CENT i m ARRESTS ARE PRQiSED SN LIGHT D 'Massage" Parlor An Opening Feature in Action Against Owners of yice Property Big Real Estate Concerns Are Named The vice war raged merrily on to day while Chief Gleason and Ass't Corporation Counsel George X. Rek er prepared to swear out warrants for the arrest of wealthy landlords 0 who rent to disorderly tenants. William M. Blake, head of the Busi ness Men's Morals Ass'n, entered the fight and lined up with State's Attor ney Hoyne, who recently criticised the chief for the number of gunmen now roaming m the underworld. (Blake also announced that if the list of property owners who rent to immoral resort keepers was publish ed it would shock the city. He ac cused Whiteside & Wentworth, agents for the Follansbee fiats, Twenty-third street and Wabash avenue, and Draper & Kramer, Butt and Tousey and McKey & Pogue of leas ing fiats in the respectable districts to divekeepers. He further said that the silk-stocking neighborhood around Fortysfirst street and Indiana avenue was honey combed with disorderly flats rented from the last three firms. While the war among the officials surged on, the Morals Court was the scene of the trial of a keeper of a "massage parlor" caught red-handed