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ANNIE FLIRTED AND CHARLES
Chas. Mayhew, 2550 S. Wabash av.,
is in the toils of the federal law. And
all because little Amle Penyman, col
ored, flirted with two men at Wabash
The two Amie made eyes at
chanced to be Officers Scott and
Tucker of Stanton av. station. They
noticed that one of Amie's eyes did
not twinkle as brightly as the other.
They suspected at once that Amie
had gotten a beating becausing she
was not earning coin enough to
please her master.
Amie's story convinced them their
suspicions were right She said May
hew had brought her up from St
Louis last week She met htm there
and he courted her and she thought
she was coming to Chicago to marry
him, she said, but instead she was
forced to go upon the street to earn
money for him.
FORMER REACTIONARY SCORES
Denver, Colo., July 22. Denounc-V.'
ing the "one-sided enforcement" of
the law in imprisoning hundreds of
former strikers "while those respon
sible for the Ludlow massacre go un
punished," A. M. Stevenson, former
Republican national committeeman,
has asked Gov. Carlson to call off
the prosecution of the thousand in
dicted men. Stevenson, who had
charge of the Taft steamroller in
1912, has always been considered a
mine operators' man. His interview
today was remarkable for breaking
his known conservatism.
Stevenson declared John R. Law
son, the strike leader sentenced to
life imprisonment for conspiracy, has
not had a fair trial
"John D. Rockefeller, Jr., does not
know the real facts about the Colo
rado situation and these conditions
would not exist if he knew them,"
said Stevenson. "I do not think he
is in sympathy with these prosecu
tions. They are a grave mistake.
Most people think, and I believe with
reason, that many of the miners are
not getting a fair trial."
He specified Lawson.
Facetious One (to undertaker)
In your business, I guess you never
see a person that you don't wish
Undertaker No, there are a great
many people I'd be willing to bury
"Papa, what do you call a man who
runs an auto?"
"It depends upon how near he
ocmes to hitting me." Houston Post.