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NOON EDITION ONE CENT
MRS. BRADY REFUSED DIVORCE GIRL TRIES
SUICIDE; NAMES MAN ROBERT T. LINCOLN IS
ILL, HE SAYS MEXICAN SITUATION IS WARM
THE DAY BOOK
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VOL.4, NO. 163 Chicago, Thursday, April 8, 1915
HOYNE SAYS HE'S GOING STRAIGHT
THROUGH ON VOTE FRAUD PROBE
Evidence to Be Presented to Grand Jury Monday
Investigator Still Checking Up on Complaints
Two Cases. Continued.
State's Attorney Hoyne announces
his intention of going straight
through with his probe into alleged
violations of the election law. despite
the plea of politicians to "lay off now
that the election is all settled."
All night Tuesday and yesterday
Hoyne's assistants were busy dig
ging into the mass of evidence that
had been presented to them.
Although Hoyne is at present con
fined to his .bed, it is planned to take
the matter up before the present
grand jury next Monday. Affidavits
filed by Thompson workers are now
being investigated, so that the state's
attorney's office will be in possession.
of full evidence.
Hoyne had his own investigators
scattered throughout the city Tues
day and ihey reported baclcwitli. sto
ries of suspicious work and attempt
ed coercion of political workers.
It is believed that the 1st, 18th and
21st wards will be hit Hardest by the
At the same time County Judge
Scully said that he would have the
election commissioners' office make
a thorough investigation without re
gard to political factions.
John Smith, Sweitzer worker, who
was arersted at 23d st and Wabash
av. with 1,000 one-dollar bills in his
possession, was arraigned before
Judge Prindiville yesterday. Case
Ralph Draker, Thompson worker,
who was accused by Mrs. Lulu Moffo-
letto, 525 N. Morgan st, of snatching
a Sweitzer button from her coat, had
case continued to, April 14.
Today sauads of Hoyna men will