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Dreams about us; besides -we'll get 3
Squares a day andbeat the Rent
When we're tired of Boarding and
1 BOY WHO MURDERED MOTHER
NOT TO BE SENT TO CALLOWS
New Orleans, "La., Sept 23. Lit
tle Willie Zimmer, 12, who shot his
maybe landed a movie job, we'll get lnother Xo death here July 14, will
some one "to chloroform the Chief
x and bring him to. After he gets
done raving he'll have to turn us out
v again. And say, ft' any one wants a
nice trip East, just keep mum and
look mysterio'us and they'll engage
Berths right away to take you down
and let -the "Punk" look you over.
' And Uncle Sam lets those guys spend
The Tip went out and all befell as
the "Brains" foretold. The Deetec
tives came in Flocks and herded
everyone in sight; then ransacked
drawers and trunks for Photos-for
Press. Meanwhile the Chief sum
moned hfs Staff, but first his Tribune
Staff to hear his Marvelous Ro
mance.. He pointed north and south
to the homes of trembling Plutes,
and raved of Millions, Blackmail,
Conspiracy, Extortion and other Fic
tion. "But who's been Blackmailed,
how, where, by whom and when,"
one .nervy Scribe inquired: The
Chief looked pained, then rolled his
eyes again and screamed "Millions,
Blackmail, World Conspiracy, thou
sand Reputations in my sacred care
oh print, print, this is a tremendous
Story, and have my name In every
line, otherwise 'twere Lese Majeste.
And now the Bedraggled Group from
'Tyson Flats arrived and many" cam
era men and steaming lunch from
'-nearby restaurants, and as the erst
. t while Glooms stowed the Viands they
' -listened to him rave in wonder, and
- pinched themselves to know 'twas
j, real, and then they smiled and look
V d with ave upon the "Brains" who
could foretell so welL Alas! if 4
Dreams would but come true! Alas'1!
twas only Boobs, Bums and Bunki
' Calgary Alberta. 400 square miles
. oat timber- in Peace river county of
' Northern Alberta ar burningr
not be tried for murder. Although
he 'made no positive statement.
Chandler C- Luzenberg, district at
torney, intimated today that the boy
would neither be sent to the gallows
nor imprisoned for life.
Willie killed his mother because
she triedto beat him with a broom
stick. Willie's parents are separated.
On the day of the killing he had been
with his father. His father thrashed
him for some trivial offense, so Wil
lie went to his mother's home for
comfort. But Mrs. Zimmer was in
no comforting mood. Hey)ffended
her and when she raised a stick to
him he fired a bullet into her breast
She tried to run, but a second "bullet'
lodged in her abdomen. She con
tinued to run and when she reached
an alleyway fell, crying: "Willie has
Since-his arrest Willie has been in
different Until today he had never
exjnfessed sorrow for his deed.
'Tm sorry I killed my mother," he
said today, "but she tried.to beat me
and that's why, I killed her."
Berlin, via Wireless to Sayville
German naval forces captured Brit
ish steamer Colchester, owned by
Great Eastern Railway Co. and
brought her into port of eeebrugge.
West Baden Springs, Ind J. W.
Rainey, clerk circuit court, Cook
county, DL, took straw vote of hotel
guests. Result: Wilson 26; Hughes,
25. Before vote, betting was 3 to 1
Portland, Me. Wm. T. Peacock,
46, Chicago, head of medical firm,
wedded Mrs. Eunice Eastman, 72.
Peoria Majestic theater, one of
largest in citv. burned.
Streator,' III. Henry Moffatt an
nounced gift of $40,000 farm to Cen
tral I1L conference of Methodist