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The day book., November 06, 1915, GARMENT WORKERS' SPECIAL EDITION, Image 29
The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917
Image provided by: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Library, Urbana, IL
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REGULAR COSSACK METHODS USED BY POLICE
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This Picture Shows a Mounted Officer Dashing Right Into a Crowd of
Men, Women and Girls
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WARDEN'S DAUGHTER DENIES she had been awakened by the fire
CAMPBELL'S MURDER STORY , alarm.
Joliet, III., Nov. 5. Directly con- I The state gained a second victory
tradicting portions of the statement when Judge Hooper overruled objec--v
made by "Chicken" Joe Campbell, tions of counsel for the defense to ad-
immediately following the death of mitting to the records transcripts of
Mrs. Odette Allen, slain wife of the Campbell's testimony at coroner's in
former warden of Joliet prison, Miss quest and earlier statement made to
Katheryn Allen declared that negro Att'y Wm. D. Heise, ex-state's at
dld not take her to the fifth floor to torney.
the tailor shop on the morning of o o
the fire, as he stated, but that ho Partly cloudy Saturday and Sun
stood at the bottom of the stairs and day, moderate temperature, moderato
told her to go back to her room when east to south winds.
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