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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, October 14, 1912, Image 7

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room with skeleton key and es
caped with clothes valued at $150.
He reported his loss to the office
clad in a pair of pajamas and a
long face.
Urban Tadenko, 2643 Luther
St., fell and did not discover frac
tured skull until 24 hours later.
County hospital.
Marcus and Frederick Cohen,
2910 Logan, blvd., riding motor
cycle, struck by Western aye. car
at Warren ave. Seriously injured.
Joseph B. Brennan, 4258 Wil
cox ave., attempted to alight from
moving car at W. Madison st. and
Hoyne ave. Fell. Internally in
jured. J. C. Bohan, 2024 5- Ashland
ave., dentist, fell while getting off
car at W. 12th st. and Blue Island
ave. Seriously injured.
Albert Krebs, 1925 W. Division
st., got jealous of wife's actions
and shot her after a quarrel. His
son tried to stop him. Shot
through leg. uustave Ansel, who
lives on third floor, butted in.
Beat over head with revolver.
Wife and, son taken to St. Mary's
hospital. ICrehs arrested.
THE DYNAMITE CASE
Indianapolis, Oct. 14. Govern
ment today charged that iron
;workers' union spent $1,000 a
I month in 1909 and 1910 for the
-dynamiting of npn-union jobs.
Said that this money was en
tered on Jbooks as "ofganizng
funds." w
Chef witness was Mrs, EL A.
Hull of Omaha, former sten
ographer of John J. McN4mara.
She identified union books, and
swore, she posted them. ' ,
HOW ABOUT IT, WAYMAN?
What was the motive behind
State's Attorney John E. W.
Wayman's vice crusade?
What interests have contrived
to make of that crusade art utter
fiasco ?
At the beginning of the cru
sade, Wayman said.
"I shall close every resort in
Chicago and keep them closed."
Every resort in the South Side
restricted district was wide open
Saturday and Sunday night.
The Day Book asked Wayman
how this came to be today. Way
man said :
"I don't know anything about
'it."
At the beginning of the cru
sade, Wayman said:
"I demand that the key to the
vice commission's report be given
up."
Dean Sumner and former U. S.
District Attorney Sims 'said they
would not give up the key.
Wayman then said he would
force them to give it up, and be
gan court action to that end.
Today, an assistant state's at
torney appeared before Judge
Cooper and said that the state's
attorney's office did not want the
key.
At the beginning of the cru
sade, Wayman said he intended
to prosecute every owner of or
agent for a resort. "
Today Wayman is sending out
notices to all owners and agents
oi Tesoris warning mem to give
up their property or face, pros e,cu
fion. Today 'Wayman has riot a sin-
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