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licenien, hounded by the Law ana Or
der League, yanked up before a' judge
YOU can imagine the rest.
I wish I could imagine Arthur Bur
rage Farwell going to her down in
'the tenderloin, stretching forth his
hand to grasp hers and saying:
"Come, little sister. Come to my
home. Come to church service and
then come to my home as my sister.
Society is ready to forget. Society
drove you where you are. The LAW
shall not kick you while you are
down. The LAW of love, the LAW of
God is greater than any of the laws
of man, and the Chicago Law and
Order League, whose members are
YOUR brothers and YOUR sisters,
takes you unto its bosom. The past
is forgotten. Look up. Come."
That kind of a story would bring
the tears to the eyes of millions, for
all of us are human and full of hu
man sympathy and love, if we only let
it come out.
In the meantime I would like to
know what happened to George when
he grew up and became a lawyer. I
hope he didn't become such a lover
of law that he didn't have time to love
A young man was temporarily em
ployed by a retail clothing house 'dur
ing a sale of women's apparel.
He was approached by a customer
at the rush hour, who asked to be
shown a medium-priced skirt to wear
around the house.
"All right," said the young hope
ful. "What's the size of the house?"
WOULD-BE ASSASSIN OF MAYOR
OF N. Y. INDICTED
New York, April 21. Michael P.
Mahoney, who shot Corporation
Counsel Frank Polk in an attempt to
assassinate Mayor Mitchell, was in
dicted by the grand jury on charge of
attempting murder in. the first degree.
He will plead tomorrow before Judge
This is the third time that the
charge "attempted first degree mur
der" has been made against a pris
oner. The first was against Czolgosz,
Pres. McKinley's murderer, and who
was responsible for the passage of a
law defining the crime. The second
similar charge was against Gallagher,
who attempted to kill the late Mayor
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