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LAST EDITION ONE CENT,
JACK JOHNSON COMING BACK, SAY FRIENDS
PROTEST CUT IN POST OFFICE EMPLOYES9
WAGES BREAD UP TO SIX C'MTS A LQAF,
THE DAY BOOK
An Adless Newspaper, Daily Except Sunday
N. D. Cochran,
Editor and Publisher.
500 South Peoria St.
Editorial Monroe 353.
Circulation Monroe 3826.
VOL. 4, NO. 107
Chicago, Tue$day, Feb. 2, 1915
LAWYERS FIGHT JUDGE OLSON IN
CHICAGO BAB ASSOCIATION
Denounce Attempt to Drag Judiciary Into Politics"
Prominent Attorneys Sign Petition Against Jurist
, Say He Should Resign or Withdraw
From Mayoralty Race
The naipes of 20 lawyers who want
a showdown from the Chicago Bar
ass'n on Harry Olson running for
mayor atithe same time he is chief
justice -of .jBunicipal courts became
Petitions asking the bar associa
tion to "hold a special meeting to dis
cuss the right and the wropg, the
straight and the crooked, of a judge
dabbling in the mud of a city cam
paign while still holding onto the job
of judge, reads in part:
bers of the Chicago Bar association,
'and -herewith file our complaint and
protest with your honorable body
against the Honorable Harry Olson,
chief justice of the Municipal court,,
or any other sitting judge becoming'
a candidate for the mayor of Chi
cago, without first resigning his post
tion as such judge.
"The law is too sacred and the ad
ministration of justice by the judic
iary too important for any judge,
clothed with judicial authority asd
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