New York Time, 11 June 1911,6

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New York Time, 11 June 1911,6 - JAIL FOR COLORED FORGER. She Tried to 'Jump...
JAIL FOR COLORED FORGER. She Tried to 'Jump from Fifth Story Window to Escape Arrest. ' Judge Malqueen, In General Sessions, yesterday sentenced Mamie Mack, a no tress, to eleven months and twenty-nlno days In the penitentiary. She had been In the employ of Mra Frances Mayers of 235 West 124 th Street, and on Nov. 9 last drew $23 from a savings bank In which, her mistress had an account, stamina; Mrs. Mayers's name on a withdrawal slip. She was arraigned before Judge Mulqueea and pleaded guilty, and waa paroled In tho custory of Miss Grace Campbell, the probation officer. Mlsa Campbell got the woman a place, but she soon disappeared, leaving a note to say that aha hated work. Judge Mul-queen Issued a bench warrant tor her. and Detective Leigh found her tn a building at Ninety-ninth Street. He placed her under arrest, but she mado an excuse to leave him for a moment, and cot away by means of a fire escape. Detective Leigh a pain located tho woman yesterday in ItHth Street. She ran away from him and attempted to jump out of a fifth-story window. The detective managed to grab her Just In time to save her. but when she waa In the street she broke away and mado a run for It. She was caug-ht after a chase of two blocks, however, and brought to court.'

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  1. The New York Times,
  2. 10 Jul 1911, Mon,
  3. Page 6

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