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VOL.3, NO. 249 Chicago, Tuesday, July 21, 1914 ONE CENT
WAR OF REDLIGHT RIVALS DRAGGED
INTO GRAND JURY INVESTIGATION
Hoyne Probes Report of Divekeepers' Scrap in Connect
v tion With Latest Trouble Special Squads Will
Sweep City Colosimo, Booked, Out on Bonds,"
f A new theory was advanced today
by those on the "Inside" iu, $ie South
t Side levee purporting to show that
the only deliberate gun plots hatched
5 there has been by the members'" of
w rival gaigs, employed by resort own
t State's Attorney Hoyne will inves
tigate this report when he takes the
entire affair before the grand jury to
;. morrow. Detectives who have been,
working on this angle believe, that
: - owners of resorts left in the old red-
lightdistrict have been fighting each
To this war they ascribe the killing
of Jimmy Fletcher, who was shot
down in front of his own doorway,
several months ago.
Acting on this information, the
search for a possible motive for the
affray that led to the killing of Officer
Stanley Birns was given a fresh im
One man, who is well acquainted,
with conditions on the old "line,"
said that some of the old divekeepers
are even working" in with reform or
ganizations in an effort to wreck the
State's Attorney Hoyne announced
'today that he'Wj?nM,present the ea-
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