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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 13, 1913, Image 12

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plso pay the price in a short, if bril
liant, career. The spitter demands
oceans of speed, and because of the
use- of saliva it soon wears out the
pitcher's arm. Walsh is 'through
and baseball men .say he is the vic
tim of his pet delivery.
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Pontiac, III., Nov. 13. Dr. Jas. A.
Marshall, deposed physician of the
Illinois state reformatory here, inter
rupted his trial before the state civil
service commission by springing to
his feet and denouncing the charges
of cruelty made against him as
Marshall grew angry when Edward
Scoval, former inmate of the insti
tution, who is now an officer, refused
to answer questions about his former
"I am asking for fair treatment at
the hands of this commission," said
Marshall, "and I do not think it right
for ex-convicts to withhold their
names and characters from this
board. If I am not going to get fair
treatment I will quit this trial right
Chaplain E. W. Annable corrobor
ated the testimony of George Wolf,
an inmate who swore he was knock
ed down with a blackjack by Guard
Robb in the presence of Marshall,
but declared he never heard Marshall
use obscene or profane language.
The chaplain said that several boys
had complained to him of receiving
brutal treatment at the hands of Dr.
Marshall, and had offered bruised
faces and swollen hands as evidence,
but that he had no direct knowledge
of such cruelty.
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The troubles of Sol Lewinsohn,
missing banker and bondsman, were
further increased when Federal Judge
Landis ordered the forfeiture of two
bonds that Lewinsohn had signed.
The bonds had been furnished for
Jean Mattieu, charged with 'Violation
of the wMe sive law, whose bond
was for 2,000, and Spiros Cosmos,
charged with violation of the immi
gration law, whose bail was $1,000.
Both have disappeared.
Mrs. Hanah Tremmerling, Edward
Brierly and William Auschutz took
another wallop at Lewinsohn by filing"
involuntary petitions against him.
m km
"Once in my travels I came across
a tribe of wild women who had no
"Goodness! How could they talk?"
"They couldn't. That's what made
them wild."
"I am glad that foolish question,
used when the woman was a chattel
and handed from one man to anoth
er, is still in the marriage service.
I want to feel thatl am 'GIVEN'
and that I am His until death do us
part." From "The Confessions of a
Wife," the first chapter of which will
be printed in The -Day Book next
Monday, Nov. 17. This wonderful
diary of a married woman will continue-daily
thereafter'. -
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