Chicago Tribune

Illinois Vigilance Association Tells of Efforts to Stop Crime.

The work of the Illinois Vigilance association, which is seeking the passage of new laws to stop the "white slave" traffic, was discussed before the Delta Upsilon alumni last evening. It was the occasion of the annual banquet of the fraternity. The members met at the Chicago Athletic club.

The speakers were Maclay Hoyne, Prof. Philip Allen of the University of Chicago and Assistant State’s Attorney C. G. Roe. They said that the organization expects to send lecturers through the state to arouse interest in the subject.

A bill has been drafted that will be presented at the next term of the legislature. A committee will urge that it be made law of the state.


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