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NOON EDITION, " ' NOON EDITION
RED LIGHT KILLING , KATHERINE WINTERS'
WILL BE PROBED
BODY IS FOUND
URBAN A, ILL.
Entered asSecond-Class Matter April 21, 1914, at the Postoffice at
Chicago, EL, Under the Act of March 3, 1879.
I OE $i
An Adless Newspaper, Daily Except Sunday
N. D. Cochran.
Editor and Publisher.
500 South Peoria St.
Tel. Monroe 353.
By MaiIT Except in
Chicago, $3 a Year.
VOL. 3, NO. 248
Chicago, Monday, July 20, 1914
LJUI I Alii rlrlflSNS WHY ' HIS Wlrr
yffiiUUnlUA half LrcilloJ WW II I Illy iiilL
"She Didn't Want to Kill Him; She Merely Sought to
Protect Her Dignity as a Wife and Mother" Ex
Prime Minister Tells Mary Boyle O'Reilly,
by Joseph caillaux.
(In an Interview With Mary Boyle
Paris, July 20. No one" more deep
ly regrets the death of Gaston Cal
mette than I and my wife. In the
police station where she was imme
diately taken her first words to me
were, "I DO hope I did not kill him.
I merely wanted tio give him a lesson."
My wife was the tenderest, the best
informed companion a man could
have. Her health was not good. She
was under medical treatment. Period-
ically we heard stories of an estrange
ment We understood very well, my
wife and I, that this floating gossip
formed part of a horrid campaign
which certain organs of the press,
chiefly the Figaro, were carrying on
against me. Many a time this winter
we amused each other with the tales
which made me Calmette's rival in
Every day of the present year up
to his death Calmette wrote in the
Figaro a signed article "A Bas, Cail
laux." I was accused of graft, of