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Entered as Second-Class Matter April 21, 1914, at the Postoffice at
Chicago, 111., Under the Act of March. 3, 1879.
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VOL.3, NO. 316
Chicago, Friday, Sept. 25, 1914
ROBERT M'CORMICK, TRIBUNE HEAD,
NAMED IN BIG DAMAGE SUIT
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Publisher and Nick Hunt Former Police Official, Hit by
$50,000 Damage Suit Bill Recalls Suit of Ed
ward S. Adams Former Chauffeur
' , Makes Serious Charges.
Robert R. McCormick, publisher of the Chicago Tribune, has been
named m a suit for $50,000 filed in the Superior Court. The suit is an
aftermath of the $300,000 trespass suit, the praecipe for which was filed
against the head of the Tribune by Edward S. Adams, former member of
the Board of Trade.
The present suit was filed by Haight, Brown & Haight, attorneys for
Prank Pizza, former chauffeur for McCormick. The bill also names Nick
Hunt, former police inspector and now head of a private detective agency;
Louis E. Fitzgerald, also a private detective, and Michael Mills, a police of
ficer attached to the first deputy's office.
Pizza charges that he was arrested and imprisoned while Hunt grilled
him and threatened him with criminal prosecution "unless he would give
information and make a statement concerning the claim of the said Adams
against the defendant, Robert R, McCormick, and unless the plaintiff
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