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yoyiE Wants .quick probe of
VOTING IYJACH.INE SCANDAL
' . State Attorney Hoyne today is ask
ing the April grand jury to investigate
In doing bo, 'Hpype is'going, against
Judge Burke-'s instructions to the
jury to-take up 'routine business first
But Hbyne's investigation of the
voting-machine scandal is-sure going
to be funny. ,
In a letter to Hearst's 'county
judge, John B. Owens,, he. gives the
names of men he intends-to subpoena
for the inquiry.
From tiese names, which follow,
it becomes evident that Hoyne in
tends to 'drag all the newspaper mo
guls of, Chicago into. the voting ma
chine mess. Here re the names:
Jim Keeley, big boss of the Trib;.
Vic Lawson, ditto of the News and
Record-Herald; J. S. Seymour, form
erly of the Record-Herald; Henry-R.
Chamberlain, the Record-Herald;
Andy Lavrence, big boss of the
Hearst papers; Charlie "Michelson, lit
tle boss of the Hearst papers; Harri
son Parker and' Victor H. Polachek,
little bosses of the Hearst papers;
John C. Eastman, big boss of the
Journal; Herm Kohjsaat, almost boss
Of the Inter Ocean; Julius Rosenwaid,
reputed real boss of the Inter Ocean;
Oscar Hewitt, reporter on the Trib;
Carl F. Lomb, president of the Em-
pire Voting Machine Co.; John C.
Shaffer and Leigh Reilljr, silk stock-
. ing bosses of the EyepingPost f Amds
Miller, S. C. Hamilton, W. E. Moore,
Charles S. Dennis, John J. Herrick,
Morris Emerson,W. J. Lausterer and
Harry J. Keeler.
The Hearst-Harrison floor leader
of the assembly today made public a
letter attacking- the newspaper trust
of Chicago and demanding that it be
Pretty girls are supplanting men
in running Tacoma elevators. Now,
watch those impressionable Tacoma.
newspaper men go in for elevator
SHOOTS 'AND KILLS HUSBAND
. . AFTER QUARREL:
New Orleans, April. 15. Jesse
Streud, vice-president of the Vivian
Oil 'Co., was shot and killed by his
wife today on a road near this city.
Mrs. Streud was horseback riding
in company with Edward Beeler. A
stray bullet struck Beeler, breaking
his leg. .
When Streud met the couple-he
pulled Beeler from his horse and bef
gan thrashing him. Mrs. Stijeud drew
-a revolver and shdt her husband in.
the side. Though badly wounded, he
continued fighting. Again'the woman
fired, hitting Beeler.
Infuriated at her blunder, she plac
ed the weapon to her husband's head .
and blew out his brains. Pieces of
the bloody flesh spattered into Bee
ler'& face. ,; "
"Mr. Beeler and I will be married -after
I amacquitled," said the worn- -an
in her cell this afternoon. r y
Mrs. Streud is 20 -years old, and
very pretty. Her husband became an
gry because she was so frequently m
Beeler's company. When they start- ..
ed for a ride this morning he fol
THE COOK DIED!
"Don't be afraid.. Come in my
wife's out. Have a; littleomething?
Here's a nice quality of old " "Good
heavens, man; you've got tlje wrong
bottle. "Look at that label. Don't you
see it's marked 'poison?' "
"Qh, that's alL right." That saves
it from the cook. My own-invention,
you know. Clever, isn t it? Never
failed but once;" s
"How was that?"
"Cook couldn't read.''
If you wish to pay a pretty com-
pliment to a plain and Ignorant wp
man, and' at the" same time do not
wish to be guilty of ah untruth, tell. --
her that she is as beautiful as she is'
accomplished. She will think you are
a charming man, and your con
science will be guiltless of a lie. .