James Keeley to Jane Addams, March 29, 1907

The Chicago Tribune.
4:00 A.M.
Chicago, Ill. March 29th, 1907.
Miss Jane Addams,
Hull House, Chicago, Ill.

My dear Miss Addams:--

A copy of the Examiner has just come into my hands, and on page four I find an affidavit by a member of the grand jury before whom Mayor Dunne took his case against The Tribune, in which he alleges that I stated that you were a freak and a monomaniac. 

I trust that I hardly need say that the statement is an unqualifiedly false one, and inside of twenty four hours I think I will be able to submit to you statements from State's Attorney Healy, Assistant State Attorney Judge Going, and other members of the jury which will substantiate my word.

Yours sincerely,
J Keeley [signed]
Managing Editor.

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