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REV. HITCHCOCK INDICTED
GIRL AND MONEY TO BLAME Another tale of a married minister and a girl who went on a rampage of wrongness was told to the DuPage county grand jury yesterday. As a result Rev. Jos. J. Hitchcock, former pastor of a New York Methodist church, was indicted on two counts. Rev. Hitchcock is charged with ob taining money under false pretense. It is said he diverted into his pockets thousands of dollars which people thought they were giving to charity. It is also said that he has been liv ing with a woman at 5944 Huron St., Oak Park, to whom he is not legally manjed and that he has a wife back in New York. The Oak Park woman has a baby. She and the baby visited him in jail yesterday. o o REPORT THAT EVELYN WILL TESTIFY DRAWS CROWDS New York, July 1. Attracted by the belief that Evelyn Nesbit Thaw would testify today, a crowd of 200 men and women attempted to jam its way into the courtroom where Harry Thaw's sanity trial is in prog ress. A special detail of police was rushed to the courtroom to clear the crowd. Evelyn Thaw, it was said to day, would not testify before next week. Deputy Att'y Gen. Cook today planned to introduce documentary evidence from former trials of Thaw to prove he is insane. It was ex pected that most of the day would be taken up with the reading of this tes timony. o o SIX MEXICAN CONSPIRATORS BOUND OVER El Paso, Tex., July 1. On motion of the government's representatives the preliminary hearing of Gen. Vic toriano Huerta and five others charged with plotting an armed in vasion of Mexico was continued to day until July 12. With evidence piling up that fol lowers of Geo. Victoriano Huerta were ready to attack Juarez and Chi huahua when ex-president of Mexico was arrested here Sunday, believed certain that six would be bound over to the federal grand jury. Besides Huerta the arrested men are: Gen. Pascual Orozco, Gen. Mar celo Caraveo, Jose Sozaya and Ike -and Frank Alderete, Americans. n Jttrt fUm Josh Wise SAYS "Newt Fridemush's place is very favorably situated on th' interurban. From his winder he kin .see th' peri scope of an approachin' car in time ter board it at th' gate." o o MAKES MAN DRINK MAY LOSE SALOON LICENSE Al Sage, saloonkeeper at 613 W. Madison, will lose his license if the recommendation of the license com mittee is carried out Sage's bartender, according to the police, was fined $100 because he forced Ed Keefe of 12 S. Peoria st, to drink ten whiskeys when he caught the man eating free lunch. Keefe has been in the hospital for almost a month. CHICAGO GRAIN. All grains up. Provisions unchanged. July wheat closed $1.07. o o NEW YORK STOCKS. Market 9 dulL Prices even. WEATHER FORECAST Probably thunder showers this afternoon or tonight; cooler tonight; Friday generally fair; variable winds becoming moderate westerly. Tem perature Wednesday: Highest, 79; lowest, 67, --i ----------- -' ---t LaitilbMBilM.