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plaints sts., bitten on face by dog
in saloon of J. H. Anderson, 462
W. Chicago ave.
Wm. Williams, 414 Sacramento
blvd., saloonkeeper, reported to
police that his son and companion
'had stolen $600 and $400 in
.'.checks from the saloon. Both
' boys are 1 1.
Unidentified Italian and wife
' overcome by gas in their home,
"lllOW. 63rd st. Pulmotor,. Re
vived. Oscar C. Harris, labor agent
wifh offices in the Mid City Bank
. bldg., arrested charged with vio
lating the state labor law.
Burglars entered home of Don
ald Barbarti, 1374 Grand ave.
''Stole clothing valued at $200 and
'WIDOW ON STAND TODAY
' Ne,w " York, Oct. 16. Mrs.
Herman Rosenthal, widow of
murdered gambler; on -stand in
-Becker trial today.
Swore that Lieut. Becker was
'partner of her husband, in his
c Said that Becker was so friend
ly with her husband that he told
.her that any time she wanted a
favor, day or night, all she had to
"io was call him, Becker, on the
Becker's attorney, John F. Mc-
Tntyre, did not question this part
"of Mrs. Rosenthal's testimony,
but tried to get her to admit that
-iBridgie Webber and JackrRose
fwere enemies of her husband and
v had plotted his death. All Mrs.
Rosenthal admitted wa that
Webber and Rose were "not par-
ticularly friendly" with her hus
band. Mrs. Rosenthal was clad in
deepest mourning. Many of her
answers were so low that the
court had to ask her to repeat
them. -She was on the stand 40
minutes. , r
District Att'y Whitman has
called all his chief witnesses now.
Mrs. Herman Rosenthal,
He is expected to rest his case
It is thought Lieut. Becker will
be his own. chief witness. If
Whitman gets Becker on the
stand he is almost certain' to tiy
and prove that Becker collected
graft as head of the strong arm
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