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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, February 12, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 8',
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Health committee at council plans
feather hearing on eugenics.
Jphn Donohue, 48, postoffice clerk
for 19 years, caught robbing mails.
Si months in BrideweiL
Grand Pacific hotel purchased by
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SOCIETY SHOCKED BY NEWS OF
BREACH OF PROMISE SUIT
,A ripple of excitement passed
through. Chicago's society in. the
wake of the announcement that
George Schoneberger, broker, was
made defendant in a $25,000 breach
of promise suit of Miss Louise Som
Schoneberger, member of the firmj
of Schoneberger, Harang & trrune
herg, brokers, 29 S. La Salle, refused
to discuss the suit Wm. Moak, at
torney for the girl, was more talka
tive. .Miss Sommers met Mr. Schone
berger three years ago,v said" Mr.
MpaTj. "About eighten months ago
!&.. Schoneberger proposed,
"Schoneberger represented himself
as a divorced man, but he did not tell
her that he had married again. When
she, found it out he said he would
marry her just as soon as he obtained
''Schoneherger did not get the di
vorce. When Miss Sommers insisted
that he live up to his promise and
iriarry her, he ceased visiting her."
. - JURY FREES MANARD
"Hereafter, when wd go out alone
weftiad better take chaperones," was
Judge GemmflTs remark to a jury
when they had discharged Romano
Manard-, who was charged by Police
Voman Alice Clements of having paid
her indecent attentions in a 5-cent
The jury was out for two minutes,
just long enough tp sign the verdict
Manard, who "was arrested In the
jQrpneuin, theater, State aim Moiuoi
on Jan. 11, accused the policewom
an of framing up the case. He testi
fied that Alice Clements passed sev
eral vacant seats to sit down beside
him and that she ''snuggled up
against him." When he arose and
started to leave the theater she fol
lowed and arrested him.
Employes of the theater said that
the policewomen visited every day.
Manard is a real estate speculator
and lives at 309 Menard av., Austin.
ELECTION FRAUD FIGHT IS
A rapid crossfire of affidavits of
vote frauds which marked yester
day's pre-election fight was sched
uled to continue today. Men higher
up may be brought into the ballot
The result of the first clash""has
not yet been determined. Hoyne
has picked up a bunch of witnesses,
all of whom accuse Sweitzer men.
A pile of affidavits have been filed
with County Judge Scully which
charge the Harrison men with "flood-,
ing the city with floaters."
Seven of the witnesses picked up
by Hoyne on the west side have been
ordered released by Judge Goodwin,
who issued writs of habeas' corpus.
Hoyne said that the grand jury has
already heard some evidence on al
leged poll frauds and would take up
the matter Monday.
Sweitzer men will send out 50
sleuths today, they declared. They
expect to get evidence of floaters
who have been brought into the city
to vote for Harrison men.
"I have not charged Mr. Sweitzer
or his manager with being guilty of
ejection frauds," Hoyne said today.
"If the shoe fits any one let him put
Hoyne declared that Henry Thiele,
Democratic election judge in the 6th
precinct Of the 18th ward, had con
fessed acting as a Republican clerk
during the registration revision and
that he admitted overlooking fraudu
lent registrations in the house he