FOR. TjHE; GIRL? ,WHOj?4i!KES ,A
in law where real justice may b&
meted' out,-where the'poor. man may
nave a. chance to get his rights in
"Give us that condition .est affairs
"I. have known so many cases"
and the priest's yoice trembled a.lit
tle "in which men "have been .rail
roaded to the penitentiary simply
that some prosecutor jmght have the
glory of their conviction.
"Just because I.may plead f or,some
man does not' necessarily 'mean , that
tnat man is not guuty,.-Decausei ai
ways am for the-,under,dog.
"My people, back.oMihe1 yards, as
you call it, often break some .rules
and laws. But God help them when
they are thrown-mto the hands of the
When Father 'Dorney sat down
there was a long .silence. Then
George" T. Buckingham, the corpora-
uon. attorney, arose tO'answpr mm.
But Buckingham could not..,. He
muttered something about lawyers
being granted-"thesame red-blooded
charity that is "synonymous with jtfie
name of Father Dorney," and something-
else about lawyers not being
legislators and' therefore -not being
responsible for the "laws. And then
sat down. - - " -
O-. O rrr . .
MAN DIES AFTER YELLING
"I AM COD'.' "
"Trinidad, Colo'.,. April 17- ;A trav
esty on cruciiBxtion and resurrection
of Christ at a. coal mining'' camp of
Delagua has had tragicsequence.. '
Rotondo, an Italian miner,- and
crowd of .scoffers-laughed at paster
Sunday worshippers. Rotondo had
himself carried through the streets
on a litter to a hillside-where a grave
The burlesquers vtold the Mexicans
and .Italians of the village that Ro
tondo was Christ who had been
crucified. Rotondo himself cried out:
"I am God." - v -
The next-moment he'fell back un
conscious, .He'alediin'afew hoursV ,
! HHHHHHHHHHr '
For the -girl who? likes a separate
blouse. the-oneillustTat'ed; is particu
larly pxetand" iljuinore artiatfc
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