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other than her husband.
MrS. Damon admitted doing
this, but said she had been forced
to borrow the money in order to
get her husband 5ut .. of his
Still, Fetzer was not satisfied.
He went into great length into
Mrs. Damon's possible relations
- with the other man, until Judge
Gemmill himself took a hand.
Gemmill abrutly stopped the
questioning of Mrs. Damon, and
called Damon before him. A few
questions and Mrs. Damon's
story was confirmed.
"You are nothing "but a com
mon crook' Judge Gemmill told
And still Fetzer was notsatis-
led. He interrupted to make a
talk about Damons relations.
Gemmill cut him short.
"I don't car anything about
his relations," the court said.
"This man's first duty is to his
sick wife. He hasn't been doing
that duty, but he will now or take
"Damon, you will pay your
wife $6 a week hereafter, or go to
the Bridewell for six months'
TO LOSE LICENSE?
Jack Johnson's saloon license
for the Cafe de. Champion wjfl
not be renewed Nov. 1.
City Collector Edward Cohen
today assigned the license to
Theodore Salle, 444 North Clark
"Johnson will not get a license
unless he is able to show that he
is a person of good character'
This is taken to mean that:
Cohen is going' to wait and see
what action the federal grand,
jury takes in the Johnson case'be
fore finally deciding..
T. R. ON THETOB
Oyster Bay, N. Y., Oct. 31.
Not visibly effected by the ex
citement and fatigue incident to
his Madison Square Garden
speech, Col. Roosevelt was ready
for work today when his secre
"That was an interesting meet
ingjast night very interesting,"
he said. "The crowd was so at-:
tractive. They seemed to appre
ciate every point made, and they
responded at once. It was the
best meeting of the campaign."
The Colonel will attend the
Strauss meeting at the Garden
tomorrow night. He is not ex
pected to speak.
MEAT MEN INDICTED
Boston, Oct. 31. Federal
grand jury indicted Consolidated
Rendering Co. and the following
Edward F. Swift of Chicago,
president; Edward Tilden, Chi
cago, vice president and director;
George H. Swift, Boston, princi
pal stockholder, and Horatio
Heath, Boston, general manager.
It is supposed that the indict
ments charge violation of the
Sherman anti-trust law.
Logansport, Ind. Chas. O.
Fen ton, 49, editor and. publisher
of Times here, died at Battle