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nan. Attorney refuses to discuss lit
igation. Disbarment proceedings against
Att'y Samuel Pincus for unprofes
sional conduct begun.
Hale-O'Riley.47, 922 N. LaSalle st,
and Mrs. Albert Tubrowski, 1406 W.
36th st, reported missing.
James Daley, 14 W. Chestnut st,
jumped from Polk st. bridge. Pulled
out by bridge tender.
Room of Amos King, Lafayette
Hotel, looted. $50 clothes taken.
Frederick E. Smith, principal of
Wicker Park School, fined $1 and
Safeblowers looted postoffice,
Ipava El. $150 gone.
Some rat demoralized roll call at
Central Station, 90 husky "coppers"
foiled by rodent after 15 minutes'
Bids for sale of John Dobrynzski's
meat market; 1444 Milwaukee av.,
canceled by Judge Landis. Lone bid
of $500 turned down.
Miss Margaret Shea, waitress Cal
umet Hotel, used catsup bottle on
Levi W. Hartman's head. Fined $5
W. E. Relihan, held to grand jury.
Alleged to have swindled E. G. Yous
lia, Indiana Harbor, of $484.
Herbert Halladay, 6003 Loomis st,
and f James Doyle, 6012 Loomis st,
played with can of gunpowder. , Ex
Four jurors sworn in for vote fraud
Walter-Otiakowski, 5 -months old,
4345 Honore st, died while under an
aesthetic at Home for Destitute Crip
Police searching for Miss Eliza
beth Chandler, 18, Denver. White
slavers feared. ,
Charles Connors ordered returend
to Plainfield, N. J. Wanted there for
May day celebrated by 100,000
Case against William Joy and
Thomas Conway, deputy assessors
charged with bribery, continued. Ru
dolph Nechanicky, complainant,
John S. Miller filed suit for $14,850
attorney's fees against Robert Cath
erwood, president Civil Service
Commission. Catherwood refused to
pay bill for settling estate.
Contempt charges against Charles
P. Hille, Sam You Sieu and Lee Wing,
for failing to appear against Thomas
and Joseph Flammery and Thomas
Sullivan for assault and robbery, end
ed. Decision will be given Thursday.
Failure of Supreme Court to ren
der suffrage decision hindering vote
board. Redistricting held up until
Judge Foell gives School Board un-
til Monday to answer contempt
action. Seven members under fire
warned it would be "last chance."
Julius Stein, 15, and Emil Jacob-
son, 14, strolled out to Evanston. Saw
two bicycles on campus of North
western University. CouldnJ: resist
temptation to take ride. Arrested.
BIG SUFFRAGE PARADE IS
Chicago's first suffrage parade will
start today at 5 o'clock. But notice
ably absent will be two important
suffrage leaders Jane Addams and
Mrs. J. T. Bowen.
At the present there is sort of a
ladies' war going on among the suf
fragists of Illinois with Mrs. Medill
McCormick, Miss Addams and Mrs.
Bowen on, one side and Mrs. Grace
Wilbur-Trout on the other.
Miss Addams and her two com
panions represent firmly the national
women's organization. Recently the
national organization sent certain
resolutions to all states, which were
to have been adopted. The resolu
tions were to aid a "new appeal to
Congress. The Illinois women failed
to adopt the resolution. The national
organization thinks Mrs, Trout , to
So the national leaders have re
ceived with frigid silence the plans
of Mrs. Trot for today's parades