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Chicago, UL, Under the Act of March 3, 1879.
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VOL.4, NO. 29
Chicago, Friday, Oct. 30, 1914
AMERICAN WOMEN FOR CHINAMEN
TRAFFIC SHOWN UP BY POLICE
Twenty-Second St, Chinaman Fined After Policewomen
Are Offered "Escorts" In His Saloon "Es
corts" 'Sought by 'Police Mam'sthe .. '
Word" In Chinatown?
White gi; Is t or jtellowjnen. Amer
ican -women for Chinamen. That's
the traffic of a Chinese saloon at 223
W. Twenty-second, street, according
to the police.
A squint-eyed Oriental who.keepfc
a list of Chinamen that will pay well
for'Ameiican girls he's the barten
der at the saloon.
He drew a.$J0 fine:in the Morals
Court for attempting to 'furnish es-"
fcorts" for two policewomen who en-'
Jfcred. the fcdpcin -Wednesday nigkU"
The-giris 'walked into the cafe be
'hin4 the Chinese saloon and ordered
beef from Tom Lee,"the bartender.
Tom grinned as he .politely bowed
to the two-whitergirls.
"I caii't serve 'the white ladies un
less they get an escort," he said.
"Women without men no good.
Getman all right"
. The girls said 'nothing, but arose
to leave the place. The Chink, they
claim, placed himself in front of
them;- ' "
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