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SAM, THOUGH' MAYBE A BRUTE,
Samuel Dohl might be the "brute"
that Miss Sara Blumenthal of the
Jewish Aid Society says he is, but
there's one thing to be said for Sam
he understands "wimmen."
"This man," declared Miss Blu
menthal in the court of domestic re
flations, after testifying that the
charities had been taking care of
Mrs. Dohl and her three children for
months, "this man deserted his wife
the last time just 12 hours after' she
gave birth to the last child. He
wanted to leave her a few moments
before the baby was born, but she
pleaded that he stay until afterward,
lest she die in childbirth. He went
away 12 hours later, and when i
came to the house I found empty
whiskybottles, and she was holding
a piece of his coat that she had
seized when she frantically begged
.him to remain with her.
"He went to Milwaukee arid did
not send her a penny for weeks. Her
condition was such that we sent her
to the country to recuperate. V r
"Then a week ago he wrote her a
letter, inquiring after her health and
informing her he would call her on
the long distance telephone,, and he
sent a few dollars.
"We had him brought back from
Milwaukee, and this morning I
talked to him and he t'old me she in
tends to plead that he be released,
because he has persuaded her she
mustn't let him be sent away. This
is the second time .he has deserted
her. The man is a brute."
"I went away with my wife's per
mission," said Dohl, "and after I was
brought back I bought her five pairs'
of silk stockings."
"Silk stockinga?" cried Ass't
State's Att'y Rosinia. "What for? Did
you expect her to eat them?" '
"No," suavely answered Dahl.."But
she likes them and.they only cost me
20 cents a pair."
"Six months in the Bridewell," or
dered Judge Newcomer. "Hard
Dohl looked expectantly at Mrs.
Dohl as the bailiff started to lead him
to the bullpen.
"Let him go for my sake," wailed
Mrs. Dohl. "Give him another
chance. I want him home with
"He told me she would make a
scene to get him off," said Miss Blu
menthal. Two, bailiffs carried Mrs. Dohl from
'the room, and all the way she
screamed: "I won't go until you let
him out. You got to let him out"
U. S. SAVES HIM FROM BRITISH
"JEREMIAH C. LYNCH
Great Britain has sentenced Lynch,
a citizen of the United States, to ten
years in prison for complicity in the
' Irish rebellion. He was at first or
dered shot, but this was commuted
after a protest from the state dep't
To display posters In inaccessible
places a gun has been invented that
hobts a nail carrying a rolled poster,
"which unrolls when the nail is shot
, into a surface that will hold it