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The two attorneys stepped politely
to one side. Officer Flannigan raced
for the dQck and a telephone.
Annenberg eyed Carlin, whose
hand was still at his hip, narrowly.
Then decided that the morning was
not a good one to start anything. He
drew back, cursing.
"Now stay back," said Carlin. "You
can't lay hands on this man Schar
tenberg. He's my prisoner."
Annenberg opened his mouth to
argue. The attorneys prepared to
earn their money. A patrol wagon
drove up. Officers Carlin and Flan
nigan hustled Schartenberg and his
wife into the wagon and that vehicle
made all speed for the Criminal
As soon as the grand jury was con
vened this morning, Schartenberg
was taken before it.
But he did not stay there long.
The Chicago Daily Tribune, its
might defied and its gunman worsted,
Attorneys Bachrach, Kirkland and
W. S. Forrest went before Superior
Judge Theodore Brentano and asked
for a writ of habeas corpus freeing
Assistant State's Attorney Henry
A. Berger opposed the issuance of the
The Tribune attorneys said Schar
tenberg had not even been allowed to
talk to counsel. Berger said counsel
could consult with Schartenberg if
they would agree to the presence of
an assistant state's attorney during
the consultation. Consul indignantly
refused this offer.
Judge Brentano ruled that Schar
tenberg had the right to consult
counsel without any member of the
state attorney's office present. .
"You can bring him up here ant'
consult with him in my private
chambers," he told the Tribune coun
sel. Shortly after Brentano discharged
the writ and freed Schartenberg. As
Schartenberg left the courtroom he
was immediately re-arrested by De
tectives Tom Sheehan and Patrick
McKenna of the state's attorney's
The Tribune counsel then ran
yelping to State's Attorney Maclay
Hoyrie. Hoyne told them that Schar
tenberg could go free the minutejie
testified before the grand jury. The
Tribune counsel, who now had had a
talk with Schartenberg, finally
agreed to this.
Schartenberg went before the
grand jury again.
Officials of the Tribune today
swore to have warrants sworn out
charging Carlin and Flannigan with
abduction and perjury and threaten
ing Annenberg the gunman with a
deadly weapon and a few other odd
GOSH! THIS MAN HAS A RIGHT
TO BE PEEVED
John F. McGlasson, secretary of
the. Consumers' Box Manufacturing
Co., has discovered a way for detec
tives to capture robbers. All the plain
clothes men have to do is to carry a
roll. The bandits will take it away
from them, and then the cops may
get the robbers if they can run.
McGlasson walked into detective
headquarters today and asked to see
Capt, Halpin. What he said to the
captain was spoken in an angry man
ner. He had a right to be peeved
$390 worth of right
"Two months ago," wailed McGlas
son, "three men held me up on my
way home and robbed me of $75. I
gave the police a good description.
They still have the description, but
that's all. Early this morning I ran
across the same three men on a
street car. They got off in front of
the city hall. I got off, too, and look
ed for a copper.
"What d'ye think happened? They
stuck me up right under the mayor's
window for $390."
The detective bureau added anoth
er description of the men to its records.