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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, January 06, 1912, Image 15

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"Are you the man?" asked-At-torney
Erbstein of- Harry Gil
more, d e b o n a-i r e automobile
salesman, witness in the Morro.w
murder case. Gilmore hung his
head. "That's all," thundered
the accusing lawyer.
A few minutes before, Gilmore
Jiad told of an "affair" with his
fidence in him to the utmost, but
he revealed the names of other
womeji who Jie7 said had granted
him favors.
Chicago dub women denounce
Gilinore's conduct. Mrs. F. W.
Bowes, president Chicago Press
leaguq, ,asked: "Could anyone
believe what such a man would
Harry Gilmore, "The. Man Who Told," and Mrs. Rena Morrow.
former landlady, Mrs. Rena B.
Morrow, prominent clubwoman,
author, and who is charged with
the murder of her agen husband.
tHe had unblushingly and frankly,
even boastingly, reflected on the
wife of Dr. Morrow, the murder
ed inventor.,. ,,
Gilmore refused to "perjure
himself like a gentleman to save a
woman's honor," the code of the
late King Edward, when prince
of Wales. Not only did he be
.tray'Irs, Morrow's alleged con-
say? The. very fact that he said
it would show what he is whether
it is true or not. I have always
reverenced the late king of Eng
land for his immortal adjuration
for a man to stand. up and lie like
a gentleman."
"Contemptible! Contemptible!
How could a man be guilty of
such a crime of bald tattling
against a woman?" exclaimed
Mrs. F. F. Schmitt of the Klio
"Gilmore 'is worse than the
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