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court that had been loaned Mangan
Hickey Co. by defunct Dubia bank.
Robert C. Mayer, N. Y.t filed mysr
terious $100,000 suit against Joshua
O. Cook. Libel charge.
Sybil Putcher, 17, Batavia, tele
phone operator, ' missing. Family
Chicago spiritualists organizing to
fight Ettelson billto curb fortune
Jas. G. Trainer, real estate man,
fined $25 for .assault on elevator man
in U. S. Annuity bldg.
Mrs. W. C. Reed, 2823 Washington
blvd., died when gas consumed oxy
gen in bedroom.
Robert Page, 513 N. Clark, and
Jas. McCullen arrested on suspicion
of stealing from American Express
Municipal KYiights of Equity pro
tested to city council against dis
11 charge of city laborers.
Wm. Simons, auto tire maker, 1741
V'N. Mozart, shot and killed- himself.
Jas. B. Forgan rounded 25 years
with First Nat'l bank yesterday.
Frank Messina, 26, 2642 W. Huron,
Hkified by train.
Fred W. Schlicker, Libertyville,
' missing. Friends fear foul play.
JANITORS' UNION PREPARES
TO TAKE STRIKE VOTE
Office Building Janitors' union
called a meeting for Sunday to take
a strike vote unless their demands
for a raise of $10 a month are ac
ceded to. They hope to bring but
"the elevator men. should the strike
really be called.
R. T. Sims, secretary of the union,
said today that union teamsters
would not deliver to any of the
buildings, which are all in the loop,
if the janitors are forced to strike
for better wages.
San Francisco. Franz Bopp, Ger
man consul general here, and four of
his attaches found guiltyof violating
this country's neutrality by partici-J
"pating in bpmb plots,
SUFF WHITE HOUSE PICKETS
GET ADVICE FROM COPS
Washington, Jan. 11. Coffee and
doughnut squads were organized to
day by Congressional Union officials
as an adjunct or supporting-force to
the silent suffrage sentinels who to
day continued their rather chilly task
of picketing the white house. With
a hep-hep and a left-foot-right-foot,
the sentinels marched out from Con
gressional Union barracks, within
sjght of the white house, and at 10
o'clock again took up their posts at
the east and west gates, with seven
foot banners flopping and whipping
in the January gale.
If the suffs articipated any thrills
attendant upon trouble with the po
lice they were doomed to disappoint
ment today when Major Pullman, po
lice chief, announced he would not
Interfere with them as long as they
went no further than they did yes
terday. In fact, policemen on the white
house'beat were annoyingly kind.
They persisted in making all sorts of
kindly suggestions as to pavement
GOVERNOR'S ACTION HALTS
Murray, Ky., Jan. 11. The trial of
Lube Martin, negro, charged with
the murder of Policeman Guthrie
Nuiguid was postponed at noon to
day to Feb. 4. This action followed
a conference today between Gov.
Stanley, Judge Bush and Common
wealth Att'y Smith.
Gov. Stanley boarded his special
train shortly before noon for Padu
cah, whence he came on request of
Sheriff Fox that a mob was seeking
to harm Judge Bush and Prosecutor
Smith unless they promised to deliv
er Martin to the mob for trial before
a "lynch court."
Washington. With Rep. Scully of
New Jersey definitely known to be
elected, Democrats have majority of
one vote in the house!