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ISTpiTION LAST EDITION
&&MeH AHb LABOR MEET AT BIG GATHERING
tfR&ME&tLL McCORMICK GOES ON STRIKE
W& f YAT HENRICTS FOR THE WAITRESSES
WE DAY BOOK
' An Adless Daily Newspaper.
-Jfr D.. Cochran, ss Teh Monroe 353.
Ediftr ana PubKshw. i Automatic 51-422
v 56ff South Peoria St. . " 398 By Mail, 50 Cents a Month.
V0L.-3; NjO. 1,30 : Chicago, Monday, March 2, 1914 ONE CENT
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r Na&teen? 'ear-Old Stenographer Forgets Her Own
Dredd-pf Publicity In Order To Protect. Other Girls
I , t-fzJudge Fixes Bond for North Side
, A . Resident tit $5,000.
AtsjSryaV. shocking, as the Stan
ford ifaiEvelyn Nesbit story -was
tbldiQfpfdge Scully's courtroom this
mornMgien..I)brpthy Moore, nine-teenjfe.ld-'with'
the bloom of
,fre;sbuopd, on her face, appeared
anffiptout a'warrant-making seri
ous 'cjiares" against' John -P. Ciim
mfaeaithy'.niufacturer.TTith Qfficei.jS&the Efrstational iBank
v0je,glaid,Shejwas a stenograph-!
er.,Sh?4's nvorphan. She came to
C!nicVgoirecntly?nd ;f ounsl a room
Then came ,thesearch for work.
She finally secured" apposition with a
Mrs.. Campbell with an office at 1218,,
.the First' National Bank building.
Cummings, whose office was two
floors below Mrs. Campbell's, often.
. dropped into the office. He was very
' attentive, to the new stenographer
One day; he asked Mrs. Campbell
if he could borrow tie service of the.
young. "girL -Mra Campbell agreed.
At nojoritime Cummings, who iad
been exceptionally courteous, asked,
her to- have lunch with him.
''Just 'as a .reward for good ser-