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st,varraigned charged! with abandon
ing his wife and child who died in
. court from starvation- "Municipal
Judge Gemmill held the 'father re
sponsible for the child's death and
said he- ought to be in Bridewell, but
held him on $600 bond .to pay his
wifex$10 a,w'eelc "
Louis Lavender, who escaped from
detective headquarters last Novem
Fred Mechenstein, 5100 Lowe av.,
chased baseball. Ran in front of car.
Killed. ' .
Michael Taglor, arrested as he was'
breaking into poolroom of G. Nachos,
3112 Wentworth av. Said "poolroom
made me a bum." Pined $15.
M. Wapp, 3253 Fox st.f arrested
and fined $100 and costs. Disorderly
Mrs. Annie Slepiska, 853 N. Pau
lina St., swore out warrant for arrest
of George Silver, who used to run no
torious ;wine room at N. Clark and
Randolph sts., and other men,
charged with contributing to delin
quency of her daughter Marie, 17.
Elmer Johnson, 3933 Drake av., one
of the men arrested, charged with
buying, the girl drinks, then .taking
, her to Forest City hotel on two occa
sions, Feb. 14 and 18. All booked
on charge of harboring girls under
age in their hotels.
Emii Rudolph, 2824 Sheffield av.,
found overcome by gas. Accidental!
Mrs. Matilda Stern, 43, 4303 Oak
enwald av., suicide. Gas.
Ariton Mazilczski, 911. W. 19th pi.,
.victim of pickpocket ,$328..
Marie Moore, 13, 706 N. 52d av.,
severely hurt when struck by taxi.
Frank Lindan, 1624 Wells st., fell,,
fromwagon- Fractured skull.
Mrs. Green You spoke just now
of social tact Precisely just what
do you mean? Mrs.,Wyse By so
cial tact. I mean getting familiar
with all sorts of people without let--Jing
them get familiar with you.
JUDGE HOOKER'S WHOLE COURT
, , WOULD PAY ROSIE'S F"1NE
New York, March 12. King Midas,,
the well-known ancestor' of' John D.
Rockefeller, had nothing on Rosie
Eisenberg in the gold -getting Jine,
take it from the officers of Judge
Rpsie is attractive. She is so fas
cinating that Joseph Karmel forgot
a, few little incidentals like his wife
and children and camped on the
Eisenberg doorstep. His presence
was pleasing to Rosie.
Mrs., Karmel, however fclso did,
some trailing, and discovered Jbs
eph's perfidy. When she told 'him
about it he .denied .having any such
thing as a perfidy. Mrs'. Karmel didn't
think mubh.of the joke-and sued Miss
Eisenberg fo $10,000 for alienation
of Joseph's affections.
Rosie admitted she had copped
Joseph's affections, but declared that
as soon as sh6 found about the wife
and children she told the husband the
door was open, going put
' When Resie turned her pretty face
and dreamy eyes on the jurors they
wilted. They Were all ready to hold
her ball of yarn while she did the
knitting. But just to show Joseph
they thought he was a fresh guy they
gave his wife $1 damages. v
Rosie. reached in her pocketbpok
for the dollar. (
"Hold on!" yelled the foreman of
the jury. "I want to pay this fine."
Another' juryman grabbed the fore
man, forced him nto his seat, and
declared he was the. person to loosen
up: Each juror' in turn offered to"
fork over the cash. ( f
: Then the attorney f or-Mre. Karmel
got the fever. He leaped to his feet
and said his client insisted on com
ing to Rosie's rescue.
When it looked as though the
whole courtroom would start a fight
over the rush to aid Rosie, her law
yer announced he was the one to pay
the dollar, and handed it to the cle&
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