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LAST EDITION , LAST EDITION
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TO POLICE STATION I IN CHICAGO CUBS
THE DAY BOOK
An Adless Daily 'Newspaper.
N. D. Cochran, .d?$&!-- Te1, Monroe
Editor and Publisher. v3s& Automatic 51-422.
500 South Peoria St 398 By Mail, 50 Cents a Month.-
VOL. 3, NO. 132 Chicago, Wednesday, March 4, 1914 ONE .CENT
IMPORTANT WITNESSES IN RICH
MAN-YOUNG GIRL CASE MISSING
Criminal Attack Case Against John P. Cummings Called
Hotel Clerk, Hotel Chambermaid and the
Hotel Register Reported Gone Case
Rivals Thaw-White Sensation.
When the case against John P.
Cummings,. wealthy manufacturer,
"charged with a criminal attack on'
Dorothy Moore, the nineteen-year-old
stenographer, was called in Judge
Scully's court today it was learned"
that the clerk df the Albany Hotel on
duty the night of the alleged attack
The chambermaid, who was there
that, night, is also gone and the regis
ter of the hotel is-reported destroyed.
This' is the latest, chapter in- the
story told by the young girl, who
swore out a warrant agalnst-the rich,
man at the -request of her parish,
The story told by the Moore girl
is more shocking than the story of
the ruination of Evelyn'Nesbit Thaw
by Stanford. White.
In the Evelyn Nesbit story the girl
was lured to the man's studio in the
Madison Square tower an there her
degradation accomplished. In the
story told.1 by Dorothy Moore, Cum
mings invited her to lunch ab the
States Restaurant and there doped
her, . -