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MISS McKINNEY TO FIGHT CASE
TO FINISH NEW .TRIAL
"I'm going on with the fight that I
have begun if it takes a year before
its conclusion," said 13-year-old Mary
McKinney after a jury ifhJudge New
comer's court disagreed in the Case
of Louis J. Weigle, broker and club
man, who was arrested after the girl
accused him of insulting her on Illi
nois Central. The jury was discharge
ed. A new trial has been set for Dec.
Ass't City Prosecutor George Em
mick made the final address for the
prosecution. He said:
"Womanhood in Chicago is anx
iously awaiting your verdict, gentle
men. To turn this man loose would
mean to license every licentious man
who makes it a practice of preying
on such innocent girls as these. Mr.
Everett has called attention to the
clothes being worn by this complain
ant. Look at them, gentlemen; look
at the honest garments of this little
working girl, who wants to look as
presentable as she can on the small
salary she makes. No, she couldn't
strut in the South Shore Country
Glub in such clothes.
"Mr. Fake has talked to you about
the powerful influence behind this
girl. Did you ever see more powerful
influence enlisted in your life than the
parade of bankers and brokers and
corporation attorneys and railroad
officials who have come here today to
use their influence to keep this man
from his just deserts,
"It is men like Stanford White who
can bring men thousands of miles to
testify in their behalf."
Earlier yesterday Weigle took the
stand and denied he had ever insulted
the girl. He placed several character
witnesses on the stand.
An I. C. conductor verified the girl's
story that she had complained of in
GOOD-BY, ALL-NIGHT DANCE
The all-night dance is doomed in
Chicago. esterday-.tb.e JieaJth jpom.- J
mittee decided to reform the dance
halls and will present an ordinance
to the city council to that effect.
Most of the committee agreed to
place new restrictions upon the is
suance of special bar permits.
The ordinaace which will be pre
sented, in substance, is:
Special bar permits will be issued
only upon applications filed ten days
in advance -so thai the standing of
the applicant organizations may be
investigated by the morals division of
the police department Such permits
shall be issued only to bona fide fra
ternal, social or similar organizations
of good standing and reputation.
Such permits shall not entitle the re
cipient to sell intoxicants after 1
. By Jim Manee
The- folks who used to tango
From night 'til early morn
Will have to cut it out because
It's looked upon with scorn.
The local health committee think
The all-night dances wrong,
So they're going to ask our council
To ring the curfew gong.
P. S. With all-night dancing ought
to go a few of the "morning after the
night before" headaches.
CHICAGO GRAIN. Wheat easier.
Corn slumped. Oats steady. Provi
Denver Police searching for Ma
bel Messman, 17, at request of mo
ther in Illinois. Disappeared Oct. 14.
Cloudy tonight with probably light
snow flurries; warmer tonight with
lowest temperature about 26degrees;
Saturday fair and warmer; fresh to
strong .southwest .to" west winds.
Temperature Thursday: Highest, 20:
lowest 32 a 4