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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, December 28, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 1

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LAST jEDITIQN i LASTEDITION
HUNDRED THOUSAND TO BE IDLE IN CHICAGO
IN JANUARY CANADIANS KILL YANKEE
THE DAY BOOK
An Adless Newepaptry Daily Extept Sunday
D.- Ctu&raB, , - sSfSm Telephones:
Etei; nd PttblWwr. Hgy Eefiterfa Monroe 353.
500 South Peoria St. - 3W CfrcutaSoaMonroe 3826.
VOL. 4,, NO. 77
Chicago, Monday, Dec 28, 1914'
ONE CENT
FUNKHOUSER SQUAD CHARGED WITH
FRAMING EVIDENCE ON WOMEN
HuldaJi Potter-Loomis Shocks Fashionable Women and
I .Reformer's by Attack on Morals Court and Funk?
houser Makes Plea fpr Girls of Underworld
Cites Case oJF "Countess" Yorke"
Mrs. Huldah.P.otter .Lbqmis, who
yesterday shocked social workers and
reformers by her .speech against the
morals court in the open.f orum at the
'Masonic.'Temple, todayf ojlowed that
Bpeech wittranother Just as bristling:
' Y&terflay she spoke on the- "im
moral morals, court." Today, she con,
deinned'theJisycopathic laboratory
and the-methods of. Major Funk
housr. , H
Erne accused, Fuhkhouser and-his
morals squad of "framing" and, of'
manufacturing evidence on women
'brought 'fcjto $he morals courjL '-ghq
touched oh -that-yesterday In thej
forum, crowded, with society women.
After, her speech a. small man wear
ing av tin. badge,, forced his way up
to the speaker and asked her 'if fche' '
-had proof of her charges. , . '
Mrs. Iioomis then spoke of, 'the 'ar
rest of the "Countess Yorke,", former
ly the. wife of George Meade, the ad
vertising man, in "her fashionable
apartments of Pulierton parkway,,
"The. evidence against the countess
was thin," she, said. "One of the In--yestigators
.by iook or crook xoan-i.
aged to get "himself into -the Yorke

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