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"JUDGE ORDERS THE
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THE DAY BOOK
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By Mali, 56. Ctyifas a Monr.v
VOL. 3; NO. 156 Chicago, Wednesday, .April 1; 1914 ONE CENT
STANDS STRONG BEHIND
ana-jDiasjnim'nope. - f- t -
Atlanta fca&Aprj! 1;'i.anr sub
limely confippnKo-the' innocence p-
my nusoana,f' ..aeciarea ars.. ;Leo, xa.
EranLlT)day43ie,Day dffobk writer,
in, the first, mteevshehas ,con-
-sented tKgive' sinte"lier -husbands
arrest - -.
"I Ipye him and' h'onbr :hirri today,
more thanf'evene"fore."' ',,.' - '"
Since be"jiayoi Franks arrest
Mrs. Frank Jiasb'eeh snWcied tfroi.
.newspaper men ibyJieriaUarneysfd '
close' friendSi Every day,:, hawe'vt,,
she has visited her husband
ThroughoutXthe. weeks of Hie' tifal
rooW.;rSince his -conviction; she ' aa'
- called- onynim- eyry. dayIn iis - celfc,
Mrs!.- $Tarik -CQnsentedkto- ialk t?
day whence called- on" lier. husband
Mrs. ..Frank went to-, her husband's"
cell 'for;a. half hour. She- leaned
against the long,, upright bars of.tie
cagerhTse cell in which the. cqnvicted
man-iB. confined, her hand thrust be
SJjte-drew a veildyer her eyes as
shej'left her husband's ,Sell. She
stopped in the conddpr jiist outside
the: ,cellr T0tecfner yeil' and smiled;
ftravely asshe shook, hands with the
."newspaper men; japd-notpjjraptier:
.: mulinjelf on'flde;ntrot the in?