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LAST EDITION LAST EDITION
RAILROADS AND COMMERCE CLASH OVER
DISPOSITION OF CHICAGO TUNNEL
Entered as Seconi-CTaas Matter April 2J, 1814, at the Postoffice at
Chicago, m., Under the Act of March 3, 1879.
THE DAY BOOK
An Adless Newspaper, Daily Except Sunday
N. D. Cochran, .TffiS , TeI Mriroev353.
Editor and Publisher. ?T8gfP: By Mail, Except in
500 South Peoria St. 398 Chicago, $3 a Year.
VOL. 4, NO. 33
Chicago, Wednesday, Nov 4, 1914
USE OF DICTAGRAPH IS CHARGED IN
Case Against Tribune Publisher Bobs Up Again When
R. P, Boylan; Adams' Friend, Charges Machine e
Was Placed In Home of Relative of
Witness For Adams
The use of the dictagraph to secure
evidence in the case of Edward ?.
Adams, wealthy member of the
Board of Trade, against his cousin,
Robert R. McCormick, publisher of
the Chicago Tribune, has been
charged by Robert P. Boylan, man
ager of Adams' interests.
Boylan says in the presence of a
witness, Mrs. Tillie Greis, a sister-in-law
of Frank Pizza, former chauf
feur for McCormick, admitted that
8he allowed a-dicaCTaph to be plaeejl
in her home at Iowa and Robey
streets, and that whenever Mrs. Pizza
and Mrs. Boylan or any one; else in
terested met in her house the dic
tagraph was in working order with
a man at the other end.
Boylan also .states that Mrs. Greis
admitted she had been paid $3 a day
for allowing the mechanical eaves-
dropper to be placed in her home.
The storm clouds in the suit for
$300,000 v against. McCormick are
hangings low. J3s-M&- iSL-PJ!;
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