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THE DAY BOOK
An Adless Daily Newspaper,
. N. D, Cochran, gagMte 500 South Peoria St.
Editor and Publisher. T$ggPL 398 Tel. Monroe 353.
VOL. 2, NO. 254 Chicago, Saturday, July 26, 1913
BRAND JURY AIMS AT HIGH TRIBUNE
OFFICIALS IN GUNMAN CASE
Indictments May Be Result of Sweeping Probe.Ihto Pro
tectiqn of Annenberg-City Editors, Reporter,
Cartoonist, Telephone Girls and Sluggers
Called Before the Grand Jury.
"If any Tribune representative, ba he managing editor or reporter, try
to tamper with witnesses in the case; 'i)f the people-versus Max Annenberg,
He. shall answer for ft' to the-grano juryJtateVAttorney Hoyne, Thurs
day,: July. 24.
Tribune .employes haled before the
grand jury yesterday afternoon:
John T. cbutcheon, cartoonist.
Joseph Neff, employe of circulation
department under Annenberg, the
Anna .McLaughlin, Tribune tele
Anna McCartney, Tribune 'tele
Ben Rexel.job not known, btjjtl?fk.
Hevwl to be in circulation department
under Annenberg, the gunman.
Tribune employes summoned be
fore the grand jury, but not yet taken
before. the jury:
Walter" Howey, city editor.
Wilfred T Scott, day city editor.
Police officers taken Before, the
grand jury .along with Tribune em
ployes: James O'Donnell Storen, captain. In
-charge o.f the Maxwell street; pioe