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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 27, 1915, NOON EDITION, Image 11

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Out in Kansas they have been' trying a' man for murder. - A young
and beautiful girl has been a much-concerned spectator at the trial. The
village gossips had linked-her name with that of the murdered man. Wit
nesses told of her firsthand "only "error." In that village'this young girl's
name is now on the roll of lost ones without the pale of honorable com
panionship. Attending this trial were agroup of reporters from city newspapers.
They heard all the gossip and all the testimony. They could 'have pub
lished this girl's name broadcast the country over.
Did they?
No,' not a man, not a single reporter mentioned the girl's name m his
"story." They told everything else but the name!
Arid today the whole," wide world is open to this grl; the world is
Ignorant of what that village is gossiping about, thanks to those reporters.
We take off our hat to them!
, St Paul. Two men imprisoned in
.rooming house- fire escaped down fire
ladder, ,
Milwaukee. Nine persons injur
ed, one perhaps fatally, in six auto ac
cidents, .
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