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NOON EDITION v NOON EDITION
LACK OF FOOD TO PLAY BIG PART 'iN EUROPESt
WAR ALL EUROPEAN COUNTRIES MAY BE
DRAGGED IN-GERMANY DECLARED WAR?, J
Entered as Second-Class Matter April 21, 1914," at the Fostoffice aV
, Chicago, HL, Under -the ;Act of March 3, 1879.
THE BAY BOOK
An Adless Newspaper Daily rExcept Sunday
N. D. Cochran,' '-' sf&Ekgs&t , Tel. Monroe 353.
. Editqr and Publisher. - By .Mail, Except, in
500 South Peoria- St. .338 . rChica0L.3aJYearx
VOL.3, NO, 258
Chicago, Friday, July 31, 1914
iMFE WITH A PAST" PLEADS FOR
HUSBAND WHO SACRIFICED HONOR
l - 7 . ." r
The Great Pearl Necklace- Mystery -Mary: Boyte
- ; &Reilly Tells Story of Fraud Which-'
' Parliament Will Take Up.
.r' Y MARY BOYLE O'REILLY.
, Lqndqn, July 31. The age of chiv
alry 'is not'dead.' Not in England,-at
least"- J ' -
Forty-six hundred Eriglish gentle
men, leaders in the Jand,. peers,
judges", admirals, have just petitioned
for a prehearing of the amazing case
known throughout the British Isles'
as thej$30;000 Pearl Necklace fraud.
. Thepari Necklace -fraud has stir
red England more deeply than .any
criminal case -in .our time. Now, it is
going right up 6the House; of Gom
anons, feheajtng r- v "
And the people of ' Great Britain,,
through this, their highest tribunal,
make. Cecil Aylmer Cameron a lieu
tenant .once more In the army" from
which he was ejected", and restore to
him his honor as an officer, on the
ground that his criminal act was realr
ljr that of a gallant and courageous.
Three.yeara ago Lieut Cameron, of
the .Royal Artillery, and his wife were
sentenced at Edinburgh, for attempt
ing to defraud Lloyd's, underwriters,
of-a. sum of $32,000 Indemnity for a
pearl necklace which the wife said
had been snatched a her neck-in'the