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NOON EDITION THE 3 An Adless Daily Newspaper. N. D. Cochran, ffgBS& Tel. Monroe 353, Editor ancf Publisher. SfggggP Automatic 51-422. -500 .South Peoria St. -398 By Mail, 50 Cents a Month. VOL. 3, NO. 106 Chicago, Monday, 'Feb. '2, 1914 ONE CENT YOUNG GIRL WITH 'LOVE F SAYS SHE CANT HELP S OR LOOT" TEAL10 "Society f)oesn't SeemJTo Have Made Any Provisions for a Girl Like You" Declared Judge, as He Gave Pearl Tambley Seventh, Chance To Make ' Godd She Steals and Theh; Always . Gives Herself -Up to Police Seattle, .Wash.,, Feb Z Pearl Tambley agirl-.of twenty ' summers and the. mplher of ' a1 two ear-old youngster,- has .broken for,parble for the. sixth time and has beep forgiven. ; , Pearl is a liar who lovesthe truth. She -says ;she can no more help stealing than, she can help- lying. She. tells- needless lies ' and steals things she doesn't want and can never, use. She just, has seemed to. hay0 a mania for -the lighmngered" art But the queer point in her case is. that she always tells - about her theft -afterward. . Pearl is an ordinary lookine eirl wifti the exception of h. er eyes. They arelike saucers au.d beautiful blue, 3 One year agovih'e young girl's career started. Shewas 'arrested at Portland,. Oregqn,' with..' one Peter Barbarez. She had been stealing things for him, Barbarez was sent to the federal prison on- a white slav ery charge. Pearl was turned out in to the- world only to steal again, Finally, after more experiences, she was sentenced to Washington prison for a term of from one to fifteen years at he last minute. The court clerk took pity of her and had her paroled again to him, Fhe- court clerk's wife discbvered that Pearl had a two-year-old daugh ter, and the baby was sent for. They h6pe3l thk caring for it would make tlie- young-jiiothei' forget her "love-forkrotf.