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satisfaetkra. By freaking her spirit
wftn a battery of questions the prose
cutors forced her to give the name
ai another woman who had been with
her at the time of th theft
; judge MoDonald continued the case
until this afternoon after the prose
cuting ha gfdne this Bpint, so n$
POftell W UWlJ agafns
The ,we$nan gtynjhled frojft tfc$
stand. Twe huge bajfiiiKa stepped to
Jier side aa though fearful this lpn.e
woman. migh.t eheat fee law by an
eaqsp. Then sbe turned, piteously
tf the judge, her arms extended,,
"ft wafa my first offense, Judge," she
cried, "twas penniless at the time. J
gifts hungry, My clothes, were VOTS
aid ahaby. ft was near- ehristmaj
iUJee. I saw the furs. Something
,came over pg, J njQkeQ" them m.
Then I was arrested, Pleaje be, inefc
-cjful to me, judge, please do.M
JBut the judge only ordered the
aext case called and the bailiffs
dnigged, Mrs. Chandjer away to the
-,',upB,,, where the prisoners are
j nd then, while the lawyers- for
ihe prosecution were gloating pver
jiheir succeea in breaking down the
jyoman, a muffled shot cajne frpm
jhe "bullpen." Instantly all was eon
fusion. Judge, clerks and court at
tendants rushed into the "pen.,rThere
tfcey found Mrs, QhanJler. o the
sftpor, a smoking revolver by her side
and a stream of ugly red eeffling
Iron) her breast
-, She was carried to the county hos
pital. There she revived for- a while
"Te disgrace,, the djsgface; ft
xsi top much for mji, iRevirwasip
treuble before, I coujd not stand .
Jiwanted to epd it all. I tried to "kill
HBelf. I hope I have succeeded.
"I've been out of work. Pva tried
& $Bd, employment. I'm 32, but I
kKk Pldep, Because pi my sise (Mrs,.
seemed wilting t 8$ aayhkg
to do. So I decided tp die."
Tha 4qctprs 9. the jajl said her
wound may prove fatal.
Since the death pf her husband, a
few years ago Mrs. Chandler has sup
ported herself at various, sorts pf
work and at keeping rooming houses.
The poljce say they he n,o record
f f 4F fW having m. & tiaable
sbe wa&,& vmm of mam-, a card
found in her pcicketboek indicates
she is, or has been, a inembep of the
"Qrder of the Saltern Star.'
Mrs. Chadlgr- asked. tfit Jpseph
O. Knight, an insurance man at l?i
Jacksan blvd., be notified. It wast he
whtf had signed ha bonds. As usual,,
pona tif; the, trus? paaara hta a far
printed the najne of the, ptQfe that
was hollering fop "an eye fer aa-eye,"
MRS, LEHMANfl DIVORCE j
QttO, W, lhnjaBB, secretary of
The Fair department store, was sued
Her divorce yesterday by Mrs. Casse
Affeld iiehmnn, whom He, marr4eJ
in 1908, after sen had obtained her
divorce from fts brother, Ernest E.
Mr? . Lehman charges cryelty. In
her suit she states that last August
her husban4 became enraged when
she-playfully placed her arms around
him and that he shook her, causing
black' and blue marks. This occurred
when t&ay T?e?e kuneh. rd)ng atfteir
summer hpgje, at jAkaVUla, ge sag.
PRAISE QOUNTY POARD
Praise for the work of the- coHBtv"
board is cutting down. aBpronriatieas
and a request for the full appfqpria--tl91
for Uig fflothere' peajoji aPrt
Bsejit wag contained in Wtar tQ tbU
boy from Mflida Benfemjn aj pri-s
dent of the 42d av. W- & , II,
The women commended the bawd
fox cutting dpwn the cash aUotaant
Intended or fte mS weu,
which they declared Interfered with
ChjmdJe? ?8 a large wpwap) no ppe 1 the work of pther denartmeBt