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ADVENTURES OF MR.-MOUSE
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London. Police searching homes
of East Side rioters- who wrecked
German shops. Loot recovered will
be restored to German proprietors.
New York. John B. Manning, Chi
cago, drug fiend, shot and fatally
wounded Anderw Mogini, manager of
restaurant, who refused ihm money.
"WHEN JUSTICE SLEEPS"
Wherein is told of a man who
stained his honor for his love, and
of a woman who didn't care. Also of
a bad man who was better than most
of us and what it brought him. All
neatly strung together on a rope of
pearls and bound with a rope ofj
A young man, with a future meets
a young girl blessed with straight
features and an enormous appetite
for the good things of life. They get
married and are one of the few cou
ples in this world who do not "live
happily ever after." He tries to keep
ier love and she to wreck his credit.
He can't keep her love without lpsing
his honor, so chooses to lose his hon
or "even as you and I." He "bor
rows" a large sum of money front
the bank in which he is cashier, risks
it on a long shot in a horse race and
wins. He then plays the stock mar
ket and wins again. But the bank
examiners are coming in the morning
and the borrowed money must be
returned to the locked vault before
daylight The girl has a brother who
was once "shady" but has since beat
en his way back to decency. They
play him and win again. BuT the
brother doesn't win. He kills a man
to save his sister's and her husband's
name and becomes a fugitive from
justice. Forced by the vigilance of
the law to live under cover, he gets
his living by night in the easiest way.
But they finally get him. His obvious
guilt Is undeniable.
-Pompous Justice, blind with laws,
Scents the crime but not the cause.
His dream of honor finds it fulfill
ment in a criminal's cell. The other
two ure left to the 'more exquisite
torture of their accusing consciences.
Bernard Laskey and John Adams,
Pittsburgh, found hiding in furnace
by police searching for burglar at
10824 S. Michigan av. Fire in fur
nace. Two nearly roasted.