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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, October 23, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 3',
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I was there he pressed a button and T
told Chief Healey to come to his
office. A few minutes later the chief
JWhen O'Toole saw the chief obey
Pike's order to come to his office, he
realized the strength of Pike. So he
Iff and the chief in auiet conference.
Att'y Healy objected to this as
hearsay evidence. Wanted O'Toole
called. Johnstonsaid he was willing.
Said he would show by this that vice
and crime was rampant in Chicago
with the consent of the city adminis
tration. Olson ruled testimony was
only admissable as attack on Capt.
O'Toole and said he would let in only
on understanding that O'Toole be
named as co-conspirator , with
Hanna said O'Toole had told him
that he had explained Pike's orders
to Healey. Hanna also said Richard
son had been in court several times
on account of the character of his
Hanan also described visit to sa
loon owned by George Walker,
Thompson-Lundin politician, at 2258
W. Madison. Said girls took "tricks"
from saloon to Boulevard hotel, Mad
ison and Oakley. Bar lined and
drinks sold after 1 o'clock. He and
two assistants went in. Saw sergeant
and patrolman on friendly terms
with Walker and said they saw
drinks served. Walker called Han-1
na "Mr. Punkhouser," but served
' them drinks anyway. State- Sen.
Morrie Clark was present and aided
Walker in hiding evidence, said.
Hanna. Latter took coppers num
bers. Also samples of booze. Case
never brought to trial License nev
er revoked. Coppers never repri
manded. Hanna also described "Fox Trot
club," operated in Hotel Morrison.
Girls hired to drink and dance with
men. Prostitutes operated in club.
Sold drinks after 1 a. m., Saw drunk
enness and immorality. .Young girls
drunk. Affidavits of former head I
waiter and Jack Soenenschein, en
tertainer, presented to Corp. Coun
sel Ettelson and City Prosecutor
Harry B. Miller. But Miller never did
John Feltzman, to whom Gaynor
said he paid $250 for restoration of
license, served with a grand jury
summons by Michael J. Grady at 6
a. m. Had wife telephone City Hall."
Healey ordered Detectives Cahill and
Hernigle, twov administration cop
pers, to grab Feltzman from Grady
and bring both witness and Grady to
office of Sam Ettelson. Feltzman in
conference at Ettelsons office.
Heaey stripped Grady of his star for
doing his duty by serving summons
on Feltzman. Howard O. Sprogle,
Luhdin-De Priest politician and at
tache of Ettelson, brought Feltzman
to grand jury room., Feltzman said
to have "pull" at City Hall.
State's Att'y Hoyne threatens re
prisal against Fred Lundin's -crowd
for grabbing of grand ury witness
and their political strong-arm game
in stripDhig Grady of star.
AFTER PREMIER'S SLAYING
Berlin, Oct- 23. Vienna authori
ties took prompt action to prevent
xiemonstrations following" assassina
tion of Count Karl Stuerghk, Aus
trian premier. '
The usual Sunday meetings were
prohibited. Crowds gathered in the
streets, indignant over the shooting,
but there were no disturbances. Dr.
Frederick Adler, the premier's assas
sin, who displayed great coolness
when first arrested, collapsed when
he learned of the authorities' notion.
He told his jailers that he believed
the Vienna crowds would be fired to
great denlonstrations by his act and
expected other radical Socialists to
Telephonic communication be
tween Berlin and Vienna, interrupted
shortly after the shooting, was re
stored a few hours later