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ried on when the detective bureau
was raided at the time Halpin, Tobin
and Walter O'Brien were hit
All Chicago police captains have
been subpoenaed to tell of instruc
tions received from Healey. Capts.
Westbrook, Collins, Alcock, Madden,
Healy, Caughlin, O'Toole and Larkin
and Deputy Chief Schuettler were
on hand today.
The grand jury has adjourned un
til Monday to'give Hoyne's assistants
time to examine the records.
The crowd smiled when Watch
man Jas. Carr made Mayor Thomp
son throw away a lighted cigar in the
anteroom of the grand jury room.
Mayor Thompson announced to
day that the City Hall fight on Hoyne
was "on" and that the people would
repudiate Hoyne at the polls.
The raM on the City Hall yesterday
af ternoonby Hoyne's men convinced
the Thompson-Lundin forces that
the prosecutor is in deadly earnest
Vice records were carried from Sec
ond Deputy Funkhouser's office.
PlansUo get information on the man
ner in which dives are operated and
saloon licenses revoked and restored
met with temporary failure due to
the blocking of Corp. Counsel Sam
Ettelsen and his assistants.
The mayor's anxiety to protect
Healey in his fight to keep certain
documents relating to disorderly
houses, gambling and the Sunday
closing violations secret was regard
ed as a weak play by Big Bill. It gave
the impression that there was some
thing to qpnceal. Hoyne commented
on it with "there's something rotten
in Denmark." He said the mayor and
chief -would have to answer to the
Three separate raids from Hoyne's
office were made 'shortly after 4
o'clock while the mayor was presid"
ing over the city council. One expe
dition went to the mayor's office, an
other to Healey's and the third to
Funkhouser's. Only the latter was
successful. In the offices of "the
mayor and the chief, Ettelson and!
Ass't Corp. Connsel Cleveland ap
peared with legal objections and
said Healey would present the rec
ords to the grand jury in person..
Thompson said Hoyne's methods
were high-handed, and he might
make some sort of retaliation.
Sam'l P. Thrasher, head of the
Committee of Fifteen, said yesterday
that the vice now running rampant
in the city indicated a corrupt police
department and announced his wil
lingness to present evidence before
the grand jury.
GERMAN SUBS SHELL RUSS
FRENCH CLAIM GAINS
Berlin, via Wireless to Sayville.
Three German submarines shelled
and heavily damaged Russian radio
station at Yepnovalok, on Murman
coast, along Arctic sea. One mast
was shot down and several men
London. German artillery was
more active throughout last night on
large part of battle front North of
Neuville St. Vaast, Germans explod
ed Small mine, causing no casualties.
South of Hulluch, British detach
ments carried out successful enter
prise against enemy trenches.
Paris. South of Somme, where a
successful blow yesterday carried the
village of Bouvent and brought the
French noose tighter around Chaul
nes, Gen. Foch's troops made further
progress last night in grenade opera
tions. Berlin, via Wireless to Sayville.
Bavarian troops under Gen. Von
Krafft, after capturing Red Tower
pass, marched southward and invad
ed Rumania from north for first time
shlce beginning of war.
London. Serbian troops are en
gaged in fierce battle with Bulgars
for possession of Chuka height, ab
solutely dominating important town
of Monastir. Serbs captured village
of Schochivir and then pressed on
and attacked the heightj
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