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NOON EDITION ? " f ' NOON EDITION
MISSING- TRAINLOAD OF AMERICAN WOMEN
AND CHILDREN FROM MEXICO CITY HAS
ARRIVED SAFE AT VERA CRUZ
Entry as Second-class Matter Applied For.
THE DAY BOOK
An Adless Daily Newspaper.
' ' 'Daily Except Sunday.
N. D. Cochran, sagggsa TeL Monroe 353.
Editor and Publisher. , gg Automatic 51-422.
500 South peoria St. 398 By Maiir $5 a Year.
VOL-3, NO. 175 Chicago, Thursday, April 23, 1914 ONE CENT
PLUCKY WOMAN MAKES A LAUGHING
STOCK OF PINKERTON SLEUTHS
Wife of Toiler Who Claims Himself the Victim of an "Ex-
.,- plosiv&Plant" Scoffed at DetectivesWho "Shadow- '
ed" Her Finally TRey Got Sick of Their Job. I
BY JACK JUNGMEYER.'
San Francisco, Cal., April 3-This
pretty,, purposeful young- matron Jid
herself of the constant espionage of
Puikertons'by making a public joke
"And a detective," she avers,
"would rather be shot' at than laugE
edat." t t
She is Mrs; Rena Af ooriey, wife of
Thos J.'Mooney, a worjang man who
declares from behind prison, bars that
he lias been, made the VicUm of .an
"explosive pla.nt" conspiracy hy
sleuths in the employ of the- F.aciflc'
Gas Electric Co. to get him ou1
of the way. He had been, active in the
stnkeof the electrical workers. To
gether with H, G-. Hanlon and Jo
Brown, he is awaiting trial for "un
lawfifllyjiaving in his possession ful4
minating caps, an- explosive."
His ?ife,.mgther, -sisterand brothel
were for months subjected to annoy
ance by the corporation hirelings. BUI
jn "Mrs. .Mooney's cas, wit and af
fronted innocence proved too mucl
for paid espionage. ,.
"I cpuldn't deliver a jaw-Tweaker tc
the burly- men. vho followed-me tfaj
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