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Testifying in the hearing of John
Fetzer, who is asking that the judg
ment of $525,000 against him in favor
of the C. & E .1. Railroad be set aside,
Levy Mayer, attorney, said that he
advised the officials of the road not
to press their claims on this money,
as it had been used to "purchase leg
islation in Springfield and to debauch
the city council."
Trial was continued until next
Tuesday by Judge Sullivan.
Calesburg, III. Brakeman B. W.
Vaughn probably fatally hurt. Hurled
through window of locomotive cab.
Crown pit blew out Fireman P. E.
Stafford, Galesburg, seriously burned,