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11-year-old daughter, arrested after
she fled from Martha Washington
home. Prank Licher also sought.
Witnesses to' killing of Pasquale
Tintoni on Dec. 19 refused to reveal
, slayer's identity. Indictments threat
ened. PrnuIre ;Rnn tauncrinc arnunH
Chief Schuettler's home, 3453 Bps-
woim av. tfngntenea away.
Mrs. Grace Brooks, Mrs. Etna
Fickey and Mrs. Neva S. Rose topped
list for EvanstOn movie censors.
Three to be appointed.
Madge Bartlett, Ada Clark, W. J.
McCullough, 4739 N. Hermitage, av.,
and Benj. Rose, Hotel Sherman, ar
rested in raid on alleged disorderly
flat at 127 E. Ontario.
Mrs. Jennie Thomas, 627 W. 62d,
got warrant for arrest of husband,
- W. R. Thomas, Evanston, head of
printing concern, charging non-Support.
John M. Gebien, 3511 Melrose,
placed on probation after being ar
rested 27th time on charge of non
support of wife.
Ralph S. Bucklin, 4888 Magnolia
av., jeweler and musician, sued for
separate maintenance by Mrs. Bessie
M. Bucklin. Cruelty charged.
$10,000 pearl necklace, big share
sale feature of Allied Bazaar, won by
Chas. G. Moore, mgr. of Hotel Win
dermere, 1614 E. 56th. Spent about
$100 on shares. (
Eugene Zimmerman, crazed with
pain, kicked over oil stove in office of
Dr. Wm. Blanchard, 948 CentervFire
and explosion followed.
Mozart Improvement club has
raised $500 to fight paving of Avers
and Springfield avs. by White Con
Hop Wing, servant, and $400 worth
of clothing jewelry of C. Russ Da
shiell, 651 Buena av., disappeared si
multaneously. Chas. O'Connor and H. V. Broen
strup indicted on charge of using
mails to defraud.
Owners of Lake Shore apts., 999
Xake Shore drive, filed plea ol eject
ment against city to determine right
of way of city for Chicago av. water
Mme. Alice Grugnot, 720 Sheridan
road, former head of French dep't,
Francis W. Parker high school,
caught cold while attending Allied
Bazaar. Died of pneumonia.
Sen. Lewis denies report that he
has consented to appointment of
Dixon C. Williams as Chicago post
master. Rev. Paul R. Allen, Norwich, N. Y.,
offered pastorate of North Shore
Congregational church, Sheridan
road and Wilson av.
Mary Boyden Lindsay, for 22 years
librarian of city of Evanston, died
after fall from third-story window.
Rudolph A. Stokes, 3912 N. Kildare
av., water pipe extension dep't em
ploye, said to have confessed that he
and Wm. A. Dunn, foreman, sola
hundreds of dollars' worth of brass
belonging- to city to Samual Jaffe,
1510 S. Peoria.
BIRTH , CONTROL ADVOCATE
FASTS FOURTH DAY IN JAIL
New York, Jan. 25. New York
authorities realized that they had a
real huriger strike of the English suf
fragette variety on their hands today
and issued an official bulletin an
nouncing that Mrs. Ethel Byrne,
birth control advocate, was spending
her fourth day without food or drink.
While women supporters of the
militant birth control workers were
planning to appeal to Pres. Wilson
and Gov. Whitman in Mrs. Byrne's
behalf, the latter accepted her im
prisonment on Blackwell's Island
calmly, but steadfastly refused all
food offered her.
A bulletin issued by Burdette G.
Lewis, commissioner of correction,
detailed Mrs. Byrne's physical condi
tion as normal today. Her pulse,
respiration and temperature were
declared practically normal. No ill
effects of her fast have yet appeared,
but the bulletin mentioned that Mrs,
Byrne was taking no exercise