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her mother's consent. There she
met Johnson before his wife com
It is said that -Mrs. Johnson
killed herself fifteen minutes after
ift she discovered her husband in a
private room with his arms
around the Cameron girl.
A Minneapolis newspaper man
told Mrs. Falconet of her daugh
ter's infatuation for the negro
Mrs. Falconet, accompanied by
Frank H. Hilliard, a Minneapolis
business man, immediately came
She saw her daughter, and call
ed upon her to come home. The
daughter, who was with Johrison,
Mrs. Falconet had her daughter
arrested on a charge of disorder
ly conduct. The girl has been
held at the South Clark street sta
tion all day without being book
ed so that Johnson cannot get her
out on bail.
Before causing the arrest of her
daughter, Mrs. Falconet humbled
herself to plead with Johnson.
.The pHgilist laughed in her
face, and said:
"Why I can get any white wo
man in Chicago." y
Johnson is leaving for Aua-,
tralia one week from today. It is.
believed he intends to take the;
Cameron girl with him.
A new, charge will be sworn out.
against Johnson tomorrow. T
The Cameron girl scorned r
every effort made to separate her
from Johnson this morning, but
it was said this afternoon that
she was breaking down under her,
mother s tears and had promised;
to return home.
If she does she will be accoriK
panied to the state line by a po
liceman to prevent Johnson ab
ducting her again. '
Johnson's political pull in Chi-"
cago is so great that practically
nothing can be done with him"
It was reported this afternoon
that Lewis Rinaker, Republican
candidate for state's attorney
had agreed to act as attorney for
WHITE SOX PRACTICALLY1
CINCH CITY SERIES
In the first four innings the.
White Sox scored 13 runs and ther
Cubs nothing. White Sox batted1
three Cub pitchers out of the boxJ
Walsh pitching for Sox.
Mrs. B. Children are no long?
er bashful. Modern youngsters
never try to hide behind theif
mother's skirts." ,
Mr. A. Perhaps- It's just a
well. Their mothers haven't'
enough to hide behind these days,,