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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, February 02, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 2

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But the youngster had been so
long with its grandmother that it
cried for her and wouldn't stay in its
own mother's arms.
Last week Pearltook a hat, a
child's bank and some uselifes
trinkets from her benefactors' home
and left word that she wds going
back to the old life. Three weeks
later she gave herself up to the po
lice, telling of the recent petty lar
ceny crimes she was concerned in.
The judge, this time, decided the
only place for her was in prison. He
was. writing an order of commitment
when some friends offered to place
her in a rescue home.
The judge asked her if she would
break her parole again. Pearl re
plied: "I don't know, judge, but if I do I
will come back and tell you all about
it."
"Society doesn't seem to have
made provisions for a girl like you,"
said the judge, "so I am going to give,
you a seventh chance."
Pearl Tambley.
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HITS FORTUNE IN GAS . der direction of John L. Stadlef,
Cleveland. Within few hundred "mushroom-millionaire," ' began to
yards of where-$2,000,000 gas gusher put down second well on Stadler's
was struck 36 hours ago, drillers un- Lproperty.

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