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WOMEN GOING AFTER JUDGE IN DEAD EARNEST J
Scene at Woman's Recall League headquarters in San Fran
cisco, showing the women at work preparing for the recall cam
paign against Police Judge Chas. L. Weller, who, the women
charge has proved himself unfit for office because he repeatedly
reduced the bail of men charged -with offenses against young girls.
On the left is Atty. Twain Michelson, next to Miss Frances Mc-
Tigue and Miss Isabel Munson, leaders in the recall movement.
WAIT FOR WITNESSES
Deputy Coroner Gillespie said
today that trie inquest over Anna
Imroth, whose dead body was
found lying against a door that
did not open outward after the
fire that destroyed the Riordan
factory at 2010 Kinzie street,
would be held some time this
The inquest has been delayed
for two weeks now, because two
of the leading witnesses have
been in the county hospital. They
are Bertha Servatis, 1324 West
Fifteenth street, and Martha
Shanlin, 2068 Stave street. Both'
are suffering from burns received
in the fire.
The city building commis
sioner's department has sent the
coroner a long report on condi
tions that existed at the Riordan
Battle Creek, Mich. Jacob
Bobrink heard his brother had
been fatally stabbed by Louis Lis
born, so he went out and "got"
Lisborn with a gun. Both Joseph
Bobrink and Lisborn will die.
Jacob arrested. Love quarrel
started the double tragedy.