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NOON EDITION. '
YOUN& GIRL IS DEAD
FROM POISON AFTER
LABOR BEGINS -FIGHT
TO EREE CONVICTED
THE DAY BOOK
An Adle&s Daily Newspaper.
N. D. Cochran,'
Editor, and (Publisher.
500 South Peoria St.
Tel. Monroe 353.
By Mail, 50 Cents a .Month.
VOL.3,fl0.160 t Chicago, Monday, April 6, 1914
GIRL WHO WAS SOLD FOR HUNDRED
DOLLARS ELLS AWFUL STORY
' ' ' v .' .' . '
She Was" Handled Like Cattle, in Russian Colony of
American City Forced To Prostrate' Herself
- I BeforKe Her Husband, Father
' ? ? . '
Los AngelesT Cal., April 6. Haying
free'd- herself -froni'the Bondage of
slavery and 'renouncing er country
arid its customs forever, Sarah Ka
toff, 19-yearold slave-wife of Jacob
Uratr, ha revealed the reasons that
caiised her to defy Jier father mother
and all her friends in a fight fpr lib
Four years she has been the slave
wife, of Uran, to whom her father
sold her'for ?100. In court, she re
fused to marry him. 'by American
She declared she would be freo
from him and all bondage and, be-t
coming an American, she would work
for her two babies and educate them .
- She was told that hefbabies would
have no name if she did not marry
"A bad. father, a had name," she
responded vehemently. My qwn
name shall be good for my little ones..
They are to be Americans and they
shall not bear the curse of that name
which meant torture to me for fdui;
Jong yearsT " ,"