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MILLIONAIRE IS HEAD OF "QUACKS"
THE DAY BOOK
An Adless Newspaper, Daily Except Sunday
VOL.' 4, NO. 176 Chicago, Friday, April 23, 1915 398c
STATE'S ATT'Y CHARGES
PLOT AGAINST GIRL
.Grand Jury Probe Into Case of "Frances Vanderheyden,
Attacked in Massage Parlor, Is Near Former
Ass't State's Att'y Dragged Into Case
Probe Doc Hickson's Story.
f A grand jury investigation of the
entire case of Frances Vanderhey
den, the 17-year-old girl who charges
she "was beaten and attacked by two
men in "Mother" Caird's massage
parlor at 421 S. Wabash av., is con
templated by State's Att'y Hoyne's
Ass't State's Att'y John Herren,
who yesterday tore the mask from
Dr. Wm. Hickson, the ?5,000-a-year
bead of the city psycopathic labora
tory declared today that there was
powerful but shady Influence at work
to discredit the girl's testimony. Dr.
Hickson yesterday went on the stand,
ficient," but when grilled on the
mental test by which, he claims to
have determined her status he made
a pitiful exhibition of himself.
Today's sensation lay in the an
nouncement that Former State's
Att'y Herbert Lust, who disappeared
from Hoyne's service after he had
tried to throw out the case against
Frederick Bromo, the man whom the
girl says lured her to "Mother"
Caird's, was going to testify in behalf
of the massage parlor outfit
Herren immediately got busy and
made an examination of the case.
This is what he found:
jmd said the dr wa$ 'InenjaJIy'flS-