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claimed to have been, robbed of $422
while on operating table.
. Friends and rejatives of Iroquois
fire victims attended annual meeting.
Made plans for enlarging memorial
Central Union 'Phone Co. stock
holders charge president of company
with fraud. Allege efforts were made
to conceal profits and depress stock.
Homeless barred out of County
Building by sheriff. Claims floor is
John May, 318 S. Morgan St.,
grabbed box of eggs. 55 days in
Louis Merwin,' 655 N. Central Park
av., fined $100 by Judge Dolen for as
sault with auto. Almost killed Thos.
O'Neill, 3815 Augusta st.
Daphne Holmes, California, arrest
ed. Alleged to have passed worth
John Hill, N. Y., attacked at 12th
and S State sts. Beaten uncon
scious and robbed of $222 and watch.
Marshall Scott, Rockford, III.,
given 5 years in Joliet by Judge Lan
dis. Raised $2 bill to $20.
250 members of the Law and Or
der League will watch New Year's
orgy. Will ask warrants for restau
rants and cafes where wine is pop
ping after 1 a. m.
A. J. Olson, former clerk at Al
bert Stoll's jewelry store, arrested at
Memphis. Wanted for $1,000 jewel
Ketcham & Swanson, Canal st. la
bor agents, accused of defrauding 38
Armenians out of $185, asked for
Two unidentified men found un
conscious in loop district. One died
at County, Hospital.
1,000 bonds of Rose Reed and
e Hill, charged with- shopliftine.
eited by Judge Mahoney. Wo-
in,iailed to appear in court.
bman in New York says she's
'b.usy to wed. -We're for suffragets
ght, but when they can t spare
a few minutes to get married, it's
time to kick.
CORONER FEARS EXPOSE OF
PANIC STARTER'S NAME
Calumet, Mich., Dec. 31. The in
quest was delayed several hours this
morning at the request of Attorney
O. N. Hilton, representing the Fed
eration. Coroner Fisher ordered the delay
on the promise of Hilton to produce
witnesses who would positively iden
tify the man who yelled "Fire." Hil
ton's announcement caused a sensa
tion and thousands attempted' to
force their way into the town hall
where the inquest is being held.
Fearing violence if the evidence
promised by Hilton was given, the
coroner transferred the hearing to
his office. Only witnesses, attorneys
and jurymen will be admitted.
The special grand jury is in ses
sion and is said to be considering
evidence as to the shooting and de
portation of President Moyer. Wit
nesses are taken before the grand
jury secretly and their ideritity
Yesterday eight witnesses testified
that the man who shouted "Fife" and
started the panic Christmas eve wore
the button of the Citizens' Alliance.
Other witnesses said the cry came
from within the hall, and a number
of them said they saw no button.
Mrs. Theresa Czabo, Charles 01
sen and Hilda Forsten were positive
they saw a man wearing an Alliance
button come to the door, wave hi3
hands and shout "Fife."
J. B. Densmore, the government
solicitor from Washington, has had
conferences with mine managers and
will confer with Judge Hilton tonight,
who is in charge during Moyer's ab
sence. Gov. Ferris last night wired here
asking for the names of the mem
bers of the grand jury. It is .thought
he wants to get an idea as to how the
jury is made up.
The mine managers are stubbornly
determined to drive the Western
Federation of Miners out of the cop
per district, and members of the Citi-