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tograph, taken at thfe end of her
brief and fatal holiday in civili
zation. Many deer thrive in New Eng
land, protected by the-game laws.
And this doe had lived and
thrived in the shadows of kindly
bushes and low-branched trees
since Noroton hunters first sight
ed her, a young, graceful fawn.
She was often seen about the out
skirts of the village and seemed
to enjoy an occasional run with
boys and dogs.
At last, she trotted down the
other day into the village. Dogs
barked and she ran away. Faster
and faster she went, with boys
and dogs close on her trail. Over
fences and hedges she ' leaped.
Flying over a hedge on one side
of a narrow road, she attempted
to leap the seven-foot iron picket
fence on the other.
Up ! the brave heart urged, but
there was no room for the neces
sary headway, and down upon a
pointed spike she came. Through
her heart ran the iron, tearing it
and cutting a deep, killing gash
through the soft flesh to the neck.
She gave 'one shrill cry like the
scream of a woman and died.
Her carcass hung there on the
fence for the day, while villagers
and strangers came and looked1
upon the deer that wanted to see
man's land, and paid the penalty.
The fence was on the Ziegler's estate.
WHAT HAPPENED IN CHICAGO TODAY
Richard Whiffle, 319 E. 22nd
st, Cornell graduate, dead. - Sui
cide. Gun. Found with picture
of girl in his hand.
Nathan Aoler, Elks' hotel, ar
rested when found going through
lockers in N. W. building. Fined,
$10 and costs.
27 negroes arrested at 168 N.
Peoria st. Gambling.
Mary Ann Hartman, employe
in law office ot Attorneys Calla
han & Callahan, held in $1,000
bond for assault and battery on
complaint of Detective Alice
Trial of Mrs. Louise Lindloff,
accused of murder in a series of
poison mysteries, was postponed
until 10 a. m. tomorrow.
Alex Kasak, 623 W. Madisoh
st, struck by Chicago ave. car at
Lake st. viaduct over C, M. & St.
P. Ry. tracks. Seriously injured.
Orel Gardner, night watchman
at Foote Bros.' Gear & Machinery
Co., 214 N. Carpenter st:, shot and
severely wounded in pistol duel
with two burglars who attempted
to break into the place.
Plan to adopt commission form
of government in E. St. Louis,
111., defeated at polls by vote of
4,609 to 3,304.
Roland Z. Lovelaceis suing J.
Ogden Armour for $10,000 dam- .
ages. It is a personal suit for in
juries suffered by Lovelace on
June 27 last. He fell -from barn
owned by Armour at Everett, III.
Col. Roosevelt's campaign fund
John Wilkerson, colored, and
Fred 'Glenn, both of 15 S. State