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you, and that you were abused
and beaten by both the Johnsons.
If you do not do this, HI have
you sent to the Hduse of the
Good Shepherd untjl you are 21.
I can do it, so you'd better, come
Miss Waters swears that she
protested against this false swear
ing against her former employer,
but that Brothers turned tocher
and said :
"You'll do as I say, or you'll go
to the Good Shepherd, and you'll
stay there, tob. I want to get
that damned Greek."
Miss Waters then swore that
young Johnson had attacked her.
When Miss Waters' case, on
the charge of larceny, came up
before Judge Heap, on July 18,
Brothers quashed the case, and
presented the counter charge
against George Johnson.
Johnson's case came up for trial
July 31. Before - then, John J.
Lupe, attorney for MissWaters,
had got a confession from Miss
Waters that her story of assault
Because Judge Heap was on
a vacation at that time, the case
was continued, and was only
brought up today in the Des
plaines street court
Judge Heap promises a thor
ough investigation of the alleged
jobbing of young Johnson.
SheHow do you like my new
He Huh, it reminds me of a
She What do you mean?
He Standing room xmly.
FITTINGS IN ADVANCE.
vJearly twelve years- the house .
had been for rent and the agent "'
was in despair. It was the old,
old tale of its bein" haunted andSi.
tenants wouldn't look at it.
At last the agent hit upon a0.
brilliant idea. He equipped every'"
room with elaborate gas fittings,
not only to make them look3
smart, but to frighten away thei
A week elapsed and a rumor 4t
reached him that someone had
been after the house. He hurried ?
off to the housekeeper of thet
mansion. , f
"This is splendid 1" he gasped
breathlessly to the latter. "I hear
that sonieone has taken the"-
house. Is that so?" .
"I'm sure I don't know, sir""
replied the' housekeeper. ''Sdme-
one's taken the gas fittings, atidj
perhaps he'll come back for thV
Henry Foss and Con Moore,
kings of the West Hammond
vice district, arraigned before U.
S. Commissioner Foote for white??
Both, cases continued until
Sept. 16. Foss and Moore releas-
ed on $1Q,000 bail. n'
v o o .
Indianapolis, Ind. Several,,
pieces of a man's body found on
tracks near Union station.
NewWhat did the telephone '
girl say when she handed back ,
Jack's solitaire and fcroke the en-";
gagejenjr ,, .
Tom Ring off I