Clipped From San Francisco Chronicle
OFFICER DILLON-a FAUX PAS. Judge KoaenbMm Already Co eamue It. Henry McLaughlin a boy. tat In the dock of lodge Rotcnbaum's Court yesterday after noon charged with petty larceny. McLnaih- flu and another boy who escaped from Special Downie while showing him Mo- Laughlin't residence were suspected of the theft of some tackle from a schooner on the bay. At 1 o'clock yesterday morning the two officers broke into MrLaughlin'i house at No. 36 De Boom street and conveyed the affrighted youngeter to jail. To accommodate the officers the ease wu eontinaed until the afternoon bat neither of the officers nor any of the witnesses appeared. After patiently waitincfor their appearance Judge Rates bourn dbniit-Hcd the care when he assertained that then was not even a complaint led. In ordering the dismissal he .id that Special Officer Decal. hid come to him in the mow lug and informed him that he knew nothing of th one. Officer Dillon bad also come much under the Influence of liquor and U that person ever appeared again in court la loch a condition he would be fined for eon- tempt. Judge Rotenbaum ehancterUed the whole a&lr u an outrage and mid that if the defendant bad any spirit lie would have slol clown tb midnight intruders. McLaoeblm'i parent who wen in the lobby. obse iioaily bowed to the wee. and received their persecuted progeny In their fond embrace. A charge was fubrequenUy entered with Coon- salor Clarke against Officer Dillon and the Police Commianonen win b called upon to investigate th matter. .Ia. 8. .e. DOOO. witllpetl:1larttJ07. an tber &bo" III be lrLa ablia'.ho e. eotI e'ed DlltillIo. wailing fur I - D' eom.lo him" lallJld IKIthlD the eoD tem . I .1' lr un thatr au ba the Iobb < J reeti led n < > Comm oflen be th.lllaueri I. It.aenbamNsrengly Co. C desaiss doe k nooo.ehanged a 11 t. lb 'S th ta 0 it at r- si 21 an :7 Atter'pelientl I I- hrn .5 tie I. ii I. bors.ettlsim , IU I 0 foren It I. a tI I. alt at 5 Otaeepzioosl lj bowesitotbe Jstge.azsdr.etlved pie - susIe. Goes U I. II. - . - . . . ' ¬ , . - , - ' , . ' ' , . , ¬ . . . - - , ( . ¬ , * . , , - . & , * . ' * , . < | < , ¬ . - , * * . ; & . . . . . . . . . . & : _ . . . . ) , . . " ' . . ' . . & : ) " . & . & " . . . . . . ' . , " . ' . . ) ; . . & ] ' . , . . " . . . . . . . . . ' . . . " : . . . . " ' ' . . . . . ' . . . ! . . . . . : . . . , > . ! . . ' . . . ' . . . . ' . : . , . . . , . . " " , ' . ! . . . ' ' _ ' ! . . _ , . . . " , . . . . , - . . , : . . . ( . . . . & . . . . , ( . . , . , . . . . , . . . . ' .