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ARE YOUGOING TO WEARAWrilTE CARNATION
TOMORROW FOR THE BEST MOTHER EVER?
THE DAY BOOK
T. D. Cochran,
Editor and Publisher.
500 South Peoria St.
TeL Monroe 353.
VOL. 2, NO. 190 Chicago, Saturday, May 10, 1913
SAM DAVIS, ENGINEER OF ATTACK ON O'HARA,
OWNER OF VILE RESORT IN SPRINGFIELD
Proprietor of ''The Heidelberg," Notorious as Procurer
of Young Girls Maude Robinson Says O'Hara
Was Not .Guilty of Immoral Conduct. l
Maude Robinson, the divorcee used by Big Business
in its conspiracy to break up the home of Lieutenant'
Governor O'Hara and ruin him politically, today de
clared under oath:
That she never had improper relations with Barratt
That she signed the affidavit used against O'Hara
only because Sam Davis, liquor dealer, owner of vile re
sorts and her own admirer, urged her toi
That Sam Davis told her he wanted the affidavit to
hang over O'Hara's head so as to prevent O'Hata dis
closing Davis connection with the vice ring of Spring-
That she swore to the affidavit before Sam Davis1
own partner in the liquor business, David Ensell, who
also is a notary public.
That Davis later wanted her to swear to vthe affidavit
before some other notary public not his partner and that
That the secret affidavit that Boss" Sullivan of San
gamon County fought to prevent becoming public does