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employed by the Alco Co., and
vvas driving for Mrs. Spalding in
rthe absence of-her regular driver,
tMrs. Mahoney said Buchanan
c-often took -her daughters out rid
ing. 5 '
Auto fatalities so fir this month:
' May 7 "E. K: Rogers, retired
capitalist, 159 E. Ontario street,
run down and killed by auto,
owned 1y J. S. Templeton and
operated by Arthur Watts, in
front of Virginia hotel.
- May 9 F. E. Rowe, 705 So.
Ashland ave. Killed by auto
owned and driven by T. A. Kerf,
Oak Park, at Wabash arid Jack
son. May 9 Samuel De Francisco,
2, 159 21st ave., killed by motor
cycle. May 11 Nora C. Crowley, 10,
.killed by Albert Pick auto truck
cm front of home, 3640 Union ave.
b May 14 Hugo Snyder, 3646
Wabansia ave., thrown from
-dashboard of Frank. Schultz's
jauto Died at county hospital.
It May 18 Mrs. May - Coles
struck and killed by auto at .No.
jClark st. and Chicago ayes,
n May 19 6 persons killed when
.auto plunged into Calumet rivet,
b o o-:
When the perforations in a per
colator become clogged the coffee
Requires more time to cook and is
.apt to be muddy-looking. Use a
ieaspoonf ul of oxalic acid crystals
fio a pint of water, and let it per
.colate about 20 minutes. Then
jqlean with a stiff brush. Lye or
.any gritty substance cannot be
used pn aluminum. -
ATLASTM AYBE T HEY'RE
GOING TO GET J. OGDEN.
'It's beginning to look as if J.
Ogden Armour had refused to
contribute to a campaign fuhd.
Everybody's kicking Jonathan's
Just a few weeks ago charges
of slackness in the meat inspec
tion department were filed with a
committee of the House.
The meat inspection depart
ment 'is under "Tama Jim" Wil
son, Secretary of Agriculture
and heretofore it was more diffi
cult to get anything on "Tama
Jim" than it would be to push a
earner through the eye of aneedle.
But how different in this case!
"Tama Jim's" inspectors flock
ed before that House committee
and, having flocked, they told all
They told how they had passed,
or had known of the passing of,
meat ro rotten it smelled,"and
they gave details and names and
Other witnesses besides in
spectors flocked to that commit
tee, too. -
Then, Friday, the government
here in Chicago let out an awful
holler and charged Armour &
Cdmpany with shipping meat
from this state into Indiana with
out having it stamped by govern
Saturday Edward G Heimer-'
dinger, New York manufacturer,.
filednve suits against Atmour &
Company, asking $25,000 dam
ages jecause his wife and three
children had been madedanger
ously iH-thrQUgh-eating infected