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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, September 15, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 1

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HILARIOUS NIGHT ON NEW YORK'S GREAT,
WHITE WAY ENDS IN TRAGEDY CHILD BEAT
ING IS CHARGED AGAINST CHILDREN'S HOME
THE DAY BOOK
An Adless Newspaper, Daily Except Sunday
VOL 4, NO. 297 Chicago, Wednesday, Sept 15, 1915 398&i
SENATORS ASK WHO
GAVE STEIN MONEY
Canaday and Coleman Ask About Mysterious Cash
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Supplied Lawyer for Committee ThatHit Teach
ers'c Federation, Judge JO Connor Blocks
- " School Board.
Teachers' fight for the right to
have a federationwon at three, ppfnts
today: " '
1 Judge O'Connor decided for im-mediate.hearing-of
the injunction pe
tition of State's Atfy Hoyne ar?d tfie
Teachers' Federation," this being a
turndowri for the Lqeb-Rothman
crowd of the board of education.
,. 2-r-Senators Canaday and Coleman
- on the Baldwin senate dommittee say
the stench of scandal around that
committee is now so strong that they
wont go to any meeting of the com
mittee unless it is in the open, with
come in and hear what's said and
done.
3 Judge O'Connor ordered -Att'y
Shannon of the school board to phone
Sec'y Larson' to stop sending out
blank pjedges to the school teachers.
Because Myer Stein, attorney for
the 'Baldwin senate committee, got a
lot of money from unknown persons
and offered this money to senators
for "expenses," and
Because neither Stein nor any
body else has told 'who put up- this
money to be paid senators for "ex-
newspaper men and 1DiibJc-j'KJoJ.crisei5,,,SMl "" "
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