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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, May 28, 1912, Image 2

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ky and tobacco. At once the
State took notice. Ah ! He Was
old man Fritts' son like father
him down. He was; old man
Fritts' son.
At the end of the second year,
like son! And he was sent to the
D Johnny had been in the re
formatory, one year when he ask
ed for a parole. He presented a
perfect record. But they turned
Johnny Fritts and the tragic '
meeting ot father and son in the
death house.
old man Fritts son again asked
for freedom. He had been good
for two years, but they turned
him down. Old man Fritts son.
.There was no use being good,
when it didn't bring one any
thing. He rebelled and was pun
ished. They placed him in a lit
tle cage, high enough to stand in,
but too narrow to sit in, and
made him stand np in it for eight
hqjirs at a stretch.
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