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LOCAL BOIN&& IN TABLOID FORM
Attorneys for G. W. Fitzger
aldj on trial for the thelt of $13,
ObO from the U. -S sub-treasury,
proved today that the govern
ment has sent for witnesses, se
cured their favorable testimony
and then sent them from city.
This l illegal Judge Carpenter
ruled that the witnesses Be re
summoned if the defense so wills.
Martin Snik, 43, 9326 Cottage
Grove av., found dead. Gas. Mrs;
Snik was frying for double fun
eral bat was rescued and is in a
critical condition at St. Bernard's
Mrs. Henrietta Page Gaston,
mother bf Lucy Page Gaston df
anti-cigarette fame, is dying in
Life-saving crews rescued three
freezing men from tug William
H. She had ruri into bar hear
Sooth Park Policeman John
Laney resetted his aged father-in-law
Edward Delaney, when fire
fardke out ih home at 7020 Cfiaun
Margaret Gormelly, 17, 2746 N.
40th av., slapped and tippercut
masher who accosted her. He
Frank J. Polcar, 1428 tt. Ham
lin av., could not get job. Used a
razor on heck. Dead.
Aloin S. Case, 16, ibst hat ih
street. Saved hat. Lost hand by
Pattie's weekly party and mas
querade dance given last night,
2243 W. Madison st s
Joseph Merochnick, New York
importer, who says he was r6bbed
of $24,000 Sunday night by hdld
up men, failed to identify two.
suspects held at Peoria.
Win Reichert, 8519 Aberdeen
St., motor cop, heldJUp and robbed
by two men near his home Let
him keep his star.
One hour after rdof of .Home
Theater, 1539 Milwaukee av.,
caved in, oder to have" place clos
ed reached chief oi police.
Over $900 realized at benefit
for Billy Rugh fund last night.
Bribe-taking charges were filed
against Deputy City Smoke In
spector Frantis E. Howard.
Geo. W. Fitzgerald, on trial for
thefj of $173,000 from U. S. sub
treasury, on stand in own defense.
' Cofimiittee of aldermen to in
vestigate municipal dance hall
sites. f L
Little boy asked Santa Claus in
downtown store to sehd mother,
some coal. He will get it.
"Prof." Lanord, the "genius of
magic," unable to will judgfe into
letting him go free. Fined $100
far fraudulent use of mails.
Regulations of pedestrian, traf
fic by whistle tried out yesterday.
Mayor Harrison chief of police
aknd delegation of aldermen at
State and Madison sts. to see how
Election ,of bfiicerS finished
wofk of. Federal Council of
Churches of Christ in Ameridu
Lewis Riiiaker, Republican can
didate for state's attorney, Hag
filed a contest petition against
Maclay Hoyne, elected. William