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GIRL WHO SAID SHE
SHOT FIELD, JR., SAID
TO BE IN CHICAGO
CONDITIONS OF THE
ORPHAN HOMES ARE
THE DAY BOOK
5 An Adless Daily Newspaper?
N. D. Cochran, gcggzg Tel. Monroe -353.
Editor and Publisher vSjjjSP Automatic 51-422.
500 South Peoria St . 4398 By Mail, 50 Cents a Month.
VOL.3, NO. 159 Chicago, Saturday, April 4, 1914,
DEPARTMENT STORE GIRL TELLS THE
STORY OF NEEDLE MAN'S ATTACK
Is Positive She Was Stabbed in the Arm Scores Action
of Fair Officials Ed Lehmann Calls "Needle"
Story Bunk Admits She Was All Tired
Out She Drew $6 a Week.
Nora Galway, the 17-year-old girl
who created a panic in The Fair
yesterday when she screamed that
she was stabbed 'by a needle man,
will never step foot in the big. Leh
mann mill, on State street again, she
says. ' -
The girl told her story today to a J
reporter for The Day Book at the
home of her parents, 3Q52 Robinson'
street. She is still unnerved, but she
told her story calmly and clearly in
a manner that belied the assertions
of Eddie Lehmann and Sun't John J.-
Buell that she -was ''hystericaL"i,1iM,change,d.-to "wracking pain. was
"Ivwas standing near my cashier's
stand in the fancy, goods department
on the-third floor," ;she" 'said. "An
other girl was talking to me. Sud
denly I felt a sharp stinging pain un
der the arm. Ijittered-cry.
''Standing nearby 'as- a young
man, well-dressed and rather good
looking, one of the type that loaf
around department stores alj day, and
consider the store girls their legiti
mate prey. .As I looked he -dropped
his hand to his side and rushed away.
"The sharp sting under my arm
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