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torneys charge, just in order to re
gain credit for efficiency.
"In your honor's presence, and in
the presence of the Supreme Judge
of us both," Frank dramatically pro
claimed to the court when sentence
was passed, "I assert that I am inno
cent of Mary Phagan's death !
"The lav says that when one hu
man being has lost his life through
the violence of another, the perpetra
tor of the deed must answer with his
own. But the law does NOT say that
when one human being is killed a
Blood Sacrifice shall be made of the
next convenient individual! I am the
victim of that kind of blood sacrifice.
I am not afraid to die. I am not plead
ing for iife. I ask only for a-fair trial
and a square deal!"
NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Wineroom measure O. K.'d by
council sub-committee. Ordinance
would abolish booths, stalls ,and
screens in saloons.
Pennsylvania terminal plans go to
council Monday. Railroads have not
signified whether they will accept
Hyman Rosenberg alleged to be
"ideal man" mentioned -in diary of
Rosa Asorowsky, who suicided Sun
day. Twenty business men's associa
tions united In fight against subway
Four slightly hurt when State st.
car collided with auto at Division and
Mrs. Ada Knachsein, 1336 S. Rock
well st., claims hubby is "trimmer"
at race track -wire. Had him up in
court for abandonment and non-support.
Owner of building, 2321 W. 69th st.,
used as school by board of education,
ordered to remove cesspool or pay
Jury for Louise Sear Van Keuren
and George Penrose charged with
murder of woman's husband may be
$6,000,000 city market under Lake
Michigan proposed by Harry W. Sis
son before municipal1 markets com
Three auto bus companies want
permission ,to operate on North Side
Mrs. Loretta Bjork, 641 S. 13th av.,
died at West Suburban Hospital. Il
legal operation believed cause.
Autos of Dr. Thomas Crowe, 5458
Magnolia av., and Dr. I. A. Gardner,
2321 S. State St., collided. Machines
damaged. No one hurt.
Edward J. Novak, former member
of state legislature, and eight direc
tors of Hudson Coal and Mining Co.
sued by Mrs. Anna Janda. Woman
claims money she advanced for mort
gage of company was retained by
Novak and associates.
- Three judges to hear habeas corpus
proceedings of Miss Helene Young,
who is wanted in Los Angeles ' for
passing worthless check.
Attorneys for Bernard J. Mahoney
selecting judge for new vote fraud
Daniel McCauley fainted. Fell.
Skull fractured. Dead.
Street cars cold because insurance
companies will not take risks if cars
are heated before leaving barn is de
fense of street car company.
Building of Pratt Food Company,
712 S. Canal St., damaged by fire.
Mrs. Isabella Kirkland, 521 N. Al
bany st., overcome by gas. Revived.
125 tubercular patients to be trans
ferred from Dunning to Oak Forest. '
Saloon licenses of Timothy B. Gu
erin, 4825 S. Halsted st, and Ben
Kaplan, 610 W. 12th pi., revoked.
Louis Rosenberg, 6000 S. Michigan
av., bound over to grand jury. Ac-,
cused by Mrs. Annie Hoehn, 3523 W."
38th st., of retaining $127.
Dr. Charles Singley, 21 E. Van Bu
ren st., charged with operating con-