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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, March 31, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 32',
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M CENT-THE DAY BOOK-ONE CENT
22d ward Democratic meeting,
Yondorf s hall, Halsted and North av ,
8 pm. tonight, for Victor H. Schaef
fer, Albert P. Bauer and Thos. Ro
han, candidate for alSerman, ward
committeeman and state central
15th ward Socialist meeting to
night, Old Style Inn, California and
Division, and West Side half, Augusta
and Paulina, for Aid. Rodriguez, can
didate for re-election. Speakers:
John Fitzpatrick, Mary McDowell,
Ida Pursman and Aid. Kennedy.
18th ward Socialist meeting to
night, College hall, 1618 W. Madison.
Speech, Barney Berlyn, "Campaign
Issues and Thompson Administra
tion." 24th ward Socialist meeting, Pres
cott school, Ashland av. and Wright
wood, tonight Speakers: Rep. Ma
son, Geo. Koop, Anthony Lessner
and L. W. Hardy, Socialist candidate
Class 'on history and political
economy meets tonight, Workers
Inst Mr. Harrison, instructor.
Vernon J. Rose, Kansas City, will
address Single Tax club, "Missouri
Situation"; and Stoughton Cooley
will speak on proposed tax amend
ment to constitution, Schiller liall,
64 W. Randolph, 8 p. m., tonight.
32d ward Socialist meeting, Mar
quette hall, 6654 S. Halsted, for
Pierce L. Anderson, candidate for al
33d ward Democratic meeting,
Home school, Chicago and Lorel
avs., Maratel's hall, Grand and
57th avs., for Frank M. Padden, can
didate for alderman, tonight
H. Percy Ward will lecture for
Young American branch, 227, W. C,
Workers' Inst., 920 S Ashland blvd.,
Sat night: "Shelley, the Poet of
becker "highr-up" in graft
scandal, Says hoyne
State's Att?y Hoyne has named
Francis A- Beoker, Republican state
committeinanjbrUi? 9th dfgtrJct, as
graft muddle. Becker-'
Lundin politician. He four
ago defeated Fred A. Buase, former-'
mayor, for state committeeman.
Hoyne 1s expected to put his evi
dence before the grand jury within,
the next day or two.
"We have the maa.'higher up the
one who got money paw by the own
ers of resorts," said Hoyne.
Hoyne intimated that the investi
gation. Is hardly begun. He says he
has sensational evidence4 that politi
cians have been "shaking down"
owners of resorts all over the city
and that thousands of dollars of such
graft has been collected.
"It seems the town was platted off
for graft collecting purpose"- he
said- "We found the system built
with countless feeders, all leading in
the same direction."
"Was the graft king in a position
.to give police protection?" Hoyne
"Police protection was given,'
CHICAGO GRAIN. Grain M
provisions down. May wheat doae
WHOLESALE PRODUCE Bflnj,
1914c; butter, 36c ""
NEW YORK STOCKS, Market
firm. Trading dull. - JifWl
WJCi A A ilLK r UKLLA3 I
Unsettled weather thi-jjiftemoon
and tonight; probablyJigftt rftin; Sat
urday partly clotMJdfnoderat terA
nerature: modari southerly shift
ing to, westerly winds. Tetnpratur:f
Thujsday Highest Q; fowigrt 42. f
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