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ROSE DWOEKIN -RiDDLEDTWITH BULLETS THE MAN
WHOPQ3yy-THEY'LLTRY HER FOR MURDER
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Rose Dworkin, Simon her husband, and little Joe, born while his
' , mother was a prisoner.
Cleveland, tCMay 3. they're
going to 'try-Rose Dworkin for
murder. ' " "
She will-fade ajjury.soon wjth
little Joe in, her arms, the baby
born after her 'arrest for killing
fs a life-siqcypulsating with
romance andshadg?ve.d by rgf im
tragedy. Yearsf-ago, in. a little
Russian bordervillage, lived Rose
Shapiro, rthe telle of the whole
countryside; t ,
her and deserted 'without mar
rying her. Ifetcame to America,
promising to send for her and the
baby. Instead, ,he- married oyer
Rose, after-time-had ljealed-tjie
ground, married.Simon Dworkm,lkin was told all and telling it,
and withhim-crossed the ocean
and settled in Massachusetts.
Threechildren were born to
them, and thein'wedded life was
happy, until the shadow of Jacob
Horwjtz, then a prosperous
Gjeyeland contractor, again fell
over their way.
Hd sought - -again to win his
castojf sweetheart. Rose Dwoc
kin' rejected him. He 'threatened
b expose'her to her husband, but
Thenr Horwjtr began telling
SimonDworJcin, bit by bit, inci
dents in the life of Rose, and stiH
tried Ito p'ersuade Rose to be un
true to husband and children.
She still refused.
Thencame the climax. Dyfcor-