University Library, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

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  • Hoyne and other strike arbitrators
    Image | 1916 | Picture ChicagoCaption: "State's Attorney Hoyne, representing the strikers in the street car arbitration that resulted in a victory for the men. The other arbitrators, in the order named, are: Mayor Thompson, Attorney James Sheehan and Attorney George W. Miller."
  • Maclay Hoyne States Attorney
    Image | 1916 | Picture ChicagoCaption: "Maclay Hoyne States Attorney for the County of Cook."
  • Barney (Christian P.) Bertsche
    Image | 1916 | Picture ChicagoCaption: "Barney' (Christian P.) Bertsche, who guaranteed immunity from arrest to clairvoyants, wiretappers, pickpockets, gunmen and other criminals, at so much per month. As their representative he paid thousands of dollars to the graft syndicate in the detective bureau."
  • 50-50: Fighting Chicago's Crime Trusts
    Image | 1916 | Picture ChicagoCover of the book,"50-50": Fighting Chicago's Crime Trusts.
  • A good job by fire bug
    Image | 1916 | Picture ChicagoCaption: "A good job by one of the fire bugs. Incendiary fires are supposed to have totaled one-half Chicago's annual loss. The trust heads are now in Joliet and insurance rates are down again."
  • James Ryan, Maclay Hoyne and Frank Johnston, Jr.
    Image | 1916 | Picture ChicagoCaption: "James Ryan (central figure), alias 'Prof. Charles T. Crane' of the clairvoyant trust, cleaned up $60,000 in seven months through detective bureau connivance. At right and left are Hoyne and his chief assistant, Frank Johnston, Jr."
  • Hoyne and Lavin questioning Perry
    Image | 1916 | Picture ChicagoCaption: "State's Attorney Maclay Hoyne, (at left) and Capt. Patrick J. Lavin (at right) questioning James Perry, one of the 'Teddy' Webb gang of auto bandits that, in 1912, terrorized the city."