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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, December 30, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 4

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y More police are expected to be
' trapped in the dual war on crooked
policemen nay being waged by
State's Att'y Hoyne and Chief
Investigators are patroling the
north, south and west sides in an ef
fort to uncover evidence that certain
police are taking money to wink at
Yesterday through a trick engin
eered by Chief Gleason and First
Deputy Schuettler two officers from
the Cottage Grove avenue station
were caught and they will be charged
with taking money from women of
the underworld.
The two policemen are:
Patrolman John D. Frawley, about
35 years old, married, father of five
children, residing at 5747 South Her
mitage av.; in the department since
Patrolman Patrick T. O'Toole,
about 25 years old, unmarried, and
residing at 5124 South Aberdeen st;
a policeman since 1913.
Suspicion that police were taking
money from women in the fourth
precinct was first aroused about a
month ago. The state's attorney
about the same time also heard re
ports to this effect and begun an in
vestigation. The police department put their in
vestigation into the hands of Schuet
tler and Funkhouser. Two women
were secured, who were vouched for
by some of Funkhouser's morals
squad. They were given marked $5
It will be charged that later In the
evening the girls met Frawley and
O'Toole and gave them the money.
Immediately Schuettler and others
grabbed the men and brought them
to the city hall. They were searched
and it is said the marked money was
found on them.
State's Att'y Hoyne will take all
such cases before the grand jury im
mediately. Thirty-first street, be
tween Indiana and Cottage Grove,
where the men were caught, has
been under scrutiny for some time.
This latest affair will probably result
in a general shaking up of the dis
trict. Hoyne's investigators and offcers
working out of the city hall are also
investigating thp north side, in which
it is thought protected vice exists.
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Detroit, Mich., Dec, 30. Armed
wit another weapon to aid her in her
sensational fight to establish her
white parentage, Mrs. Arthur C. Lit
tle returned today from Cincinnati
and deposited with her attorneys an
affidavit signed by Mrs. Luella Jef
ferson, Cincinnati negress, which
tends further to disprove the charges
of her druggist husband that she is
of negro origin.
Mrs. Jefferson, according to Mrs.
Little, is her foster mother. In the
affidavit the negress swears that the
Detroit woman was born in Denver
In 1886 to Mr. and Mrs. George
in 1886, to Mrs. and Mrs. George
Boone, both white.
Mrs. Little was further cheered to
day by the receipt of a letter from
Chief of Police O'Neill of Denver,
containing the names of five Denver
residents who are prepared to make
affidavit that she is of white paren
If you are susceptible to chilblains
wear warm stockings and warm
clothing. Bathe the feet frequently
in cold water, afterward drying them
thoroughly. ?
Paint the affected parts with iodine,
either straight or diluted with alcohol
Use two coats, allowing the first to
dry before the second is applied.
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