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around man. Attended meeting.
Joined march, but had no previous
knowledge of march. Was not
stopped at Polk st Did not see any
'police until arrested.
Aaron Baron, 1147 W. Monroe at.;
married in Russia. Out of work. At
tended meeting. Addressed it in
answer to call for volunteers. Joined
march. Has no knowledge of ar
rangements. Heard shot in rear.
Did npt see police on corner Polk.
Did not resist, but saw plain clothes
men with badges beating marchers
'Fannie Baron, 1147 W. Monroe-st.
Married (Russia). Attended meeting.
Jollied march, but has no knowledge
about arrangements. Heard shots
behind. Did not see any police on
corner Polk st. Did not carry any
Joe Wagner, 1343 S. Morgan .st.
Single. Employed on railroad. By
stander. Saw men without" badges
beating people. Then drawing guns.
Asked explanation. Was beaten and
arrested. While waiting for wagon
was knocked down by another man.
L. Jacobs, 4709" Indiana. Married,
Employed. Went to meeting. Did
not join the march.
J. Simon, 2107 N. Herndon st
Married. Waiter. Out of work. At
tended meeting. Did not take part
in parade formed. Arrested.
Isidor Shakus, 1837 Wabansia av.
Tailor. Occasionally employed at
Meyers & Co., Adams and Green St.
Lucy Parsons. Attended meeting.
Addressed it in answer tQ call for vol
unteer speakers. . Joined march. Did
not see any uniformed police on cor
ner Polk. Saw plain clothes men
without badges beating men and
ORIENTAL DANCER HAD SOME
SKIMPY COSTUME OUTLAY
Milwaukee, Jan. 28. One head
dress, one breastplate, girdle, garter
with buckle, black shawl with span
gles, soubrette1 dress with ruffles.'hair
ribbons, Chinese kimono, dancing
shoes with buckles, ballet coat and
The foregoing articles practically
constitute the wardrobe of an Orien
tal dancer, according to a statement
filed in civil court by Mrs. Margaret
Wilson of Chicago, who has been ap
pearing in theaters here. She places
a value of $84.15 on them and asked
Judge Bleuski to allow her to recover
them on a writ of seizure, brought
against the manager of a local thea
ter. The court took the Case under
JUVENILE COURT CHARGES STIR
County officials were today dis
cussing the charges against Mary
Bartelme's branch of the juvenile
court, filed with the finance commit
tee last,nightr by Wm. H. Dunn.
Dunn asks that the committee probe
Miss Bartelme's court is one in
which girls in delinquent cases are
heard. Miss Bartelme then recom
mends the disposition of the cases to
Judge Pinckney of the juvenile court,
who passes sentence.
The precede to Dunn's attack
reads as follows:
"I wish to call your attention to
the fact that while all good citizens
all over this land are defending their
property rights in litigation at enor
mous expense of the taxpayers'
money, the most technical legal
rights are respected by courts and
law-abiding citizens and lovers of
justice. Right here under this roof
the most wicked .vicious and illegal
practice of modern times is being ad
ministered in a mock court, with the
silent consent of certain members of
the judiciary and administrative
powers of our county, and upon help
less, unfortunate and poverty-stricken
children in the name of law and
justice. Without counsel and behind
closed doors the child is questioned.
She is then convicted and deprived of
her liberty and incarcerated in an institution."