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WW CiVOtf STATION
BY CITY COUNCIL
WHITE, WITH BROKEN
HAND, SLIPS IT OVER
THE DAY BOOK
An Adless Daily Newspaper. 1
N. D. Cochran,
Editor and Publisher.
500 South Peoria St.
Tel. Monroe 353.
By Mail, 50 Cents a Month.
VOL.3, NO. 149 Chicago, Tuesday, March 24, 1914 ONE CENT
1 wanted love' says woman
accosed of Murdering husband
She Would Not Talk Until Her Baby Was Brought To
Her Says the Real Murderer Will Be
Caught Italian Suspected,
Seattle, Wash., March 24. Comes
again the sordid" but fascinating story
of murder. A -wife, other men, ardent
love missives, knife wounds, a bloody
mattock, and the inevitable result
"I know who killed my husband,"
said Mrs. Magdalena Werner, wife of
Henry Werner, rancher, murdered in
his barn by being mutilated wtyh a
mattock and stabbed with a knife
while milking a cow. "He did it to
protect me." " "
For a long time the woman's lips
had been been sealed. Now she talks.
Why? Because they brought her
baby to her. The officers,-they are
crafty and wise. They brought the
tiny girl, Agnes, 17 months old, and
placed her in the cell in the county
jail with the mother, and the mother
"I wity say the truth," she told the
officers. "The real murderer will be
caught. I will be-found innocent and
spon .I will go back to my children.
(There are four of them.) Do I look
like one. who would kill the father of
my children? No.no!
"When the police do find out the
truth the people wiiyearn that Ihaye
my own 4 s)de. I just want folks t,p