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WANT EASTLAND HULL UP TO FREE BODIES
MUNICIPAL OWNERSHIP LEAGUE OPENS WAR
EXAMINER EAGER FOR SEER ADS SAY POLICE
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An Adless Newspaper, Daily Except Sunday
VOL. 4, NO.' 261 Chicago, Tuesday, August 3, 1915 396 gBji
MAN, GETS SHACKLES
U. S. Steamboat Service Men Attack Hoyne's Plan to
Hold Reid and Eckliff for Grand Jury Action
Redneld Before Inquisitors.
The charge Manslaughter of t ,000
men, women and children, passengers
of the steamer Eastland.
The men held to Cook County
grand jury hearing by State's Att'y
Hoyne U. S. Inspectors Robert Reid
and Charles C. Eckliff.
First move of U. S. inspection serv
ice to take power of action away from
Hoyne Application today for habeas
corpus hearing before Judge Landis
filed by A. L. Thurman, attorney and
acting secretary U. S. steamboat in
Superior officer above Thurman
and to whom Thurman is responsible
for his acts Wm. C. Redfield, Brook
lyn manufacturer, efficiency expert,
former congressman and now secre
tary of the U. S. dep't of commerce of
which inspection service is a bureau.
Time set for habeas corpus hearing
of accused inspectors Aug. 11.
"If we can't whitewash 'em we
won't let you convict 'em," was the
challenge of the U. S. steamboat in
spection service to Maclay Hoyne,
state's atQrneyrejffentipg.the peo-