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pie of Chicago and Cook county to
day in the habeas corpus proceedings
started by Solicitor Thurman.
On top of brags and defys from the
men under Sec'y Redfield the past
week there came today from Solic
itor Thurman legaL. action which
turns loose the accused inspectors.
Federal Judge Landis ,of course, is
compelled to grant the habeas corpus
hearing. But the action of Redfield's
man, Thurman-, today recalls the
prophecy of Victor Olander, secre
tary of the lake seamen's union:
"The federal inspectors are com
ing from Washington to Chicago to
investigate themselves. It is their
own bureau which is accused. And
you can depend on them to make
every effort to defend themselves."
Sec'y of Commerce Wm. C. Red
field, Solicitor A. L. Thurman and
Gen. Geo. Uhler of the steamboat in
spection service this afternoon went
before the state grand jury investi
gating the Eastland disaster. ,
Redfield was subpoenaed after
State's Att'y Hoyne had talked to the
Redfield win attempt to explain the
duties of the inspection service and
show that his inspectors, Reid and
Eckliff, who were handcuffed when
they appeared before the inquiry
board yesterday, were not to blame.
"Wul the secretary whitewash the
inspectors?" was the direct question
asked Ass't State's Att'y Sullivan.
"I don't expect he'll come here to
indict them," was the reply. "State's
Att'y Hoyne will have men there to
see there is no whitewash."
At the morning session of the jury
Martin Flatow, excursion agent of the
St Joe Steamship Co., and Moses
Greenebaum, brother of the manager
of the Indiana Transportation Co.,
which leased the Eastland, appeared.
Greenebaum is the man alleged to
have taken charge of the tickets col
lected on the Eastland.
Eastland relief fund now totals
BITS OF NEWS
Warden E. M. Allen, Joliet pen, said
to have notified Springfield he will
resign if not permitted to pick own
assistants, regardless of civil service
"As long as Ford and Suhr are in
prison, beware California canned
goods." This notice on a South Side
fence puzzles. Socialists, union labor
leaders and I. W. W.'s know nothing
of it May be attempt to discredit L
Man about 45, with wound in head
found unconscious at Seminary av.
and Center. Died at hospital before
he could give name. -
Eugene Langston, 3800 Lake Park
av., cashier Western Roofing Co.,
locked up on embezzlement charge.
Said to be short $800.
Russian blouses to be the rage this
fall, says Chicago Garment Manu
facturers' ass'n, in session here. Full
lencth sleeves, close fitting waists
and flaring skirts also decreed.
Edw. Eckbail, shot above heart in
alley beer party, Sunday, dead. Stan
ley Dominsky, 1403 Noble st, and
Myron Mackowski, 1164 Cherry, held.
Fire in Goddard bldg., Monroe and
Wabash av., did slight damage.
BOAT CRASHES INTO BRIDGE
Nerves of lake boat passengers re
ceived another jolt yesterday when
the old sidewheeler City of St Joseph
nearly collided with the tug Roger
C. Sullivan at the Rush st draw. A
smashup was avoided only when the
passenger boat ran into the piling of
A slight damage to the starboard
side of the City of St Joseph and a
scare to the passengers resulted. Cap
tains both claimed right of way.
Philadelphia. One man killed, 3
others injured by explosion in ex
perimental "bomb proof" room at ar
eenal in Frankford. 2 of injured soldiers