The National Packing Com
pany, which is the polite name tf
the Beef Trust, is going to dis
That is, the National Packing
"Company is going to change its
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name, uut liiul isii l guing iu pic-
'9 vent it going right on Beef Trust
350 packing plants, valued at
$50,000;000, are to have their
names changed, mostly to Ar
mour & Co.
Thus our government will be
given a sop, and be allowed to tell
the people that it has "forced the
dissolution of the Beef Trust."
At the close of the criminal
proceedings against- the Beefi
Trust magnates, Attorney Gen
eral Wickersham announced that
if, the National Packing Company
didn't dissolve, he would institute
suif against it.
Mrs. Rene B. Morrow was ac
quitted of charge of murdering
her husband, Charles B. Morrow,
after 3 hours' deliberation by the
jury. - ,
C' F. Nettleton, owner of Cafe
Lakota, 32 N. La Salle St., got in
bad with board of reviewers and
had assessment raised from $500
A. L. Singer, president of Sing-
- rUC.'nn. Cn 179 '"WT Arlomc
l& St., died in Paris of heart failure.
He and granddaughter left Chi
cago June IS for vacation.
Joseph Grace, Palos Park, died
at St. Bernard's hospital of trying
to force way through underbush
carrying loaded shotgun. , '
Clyde E. Cohri, Davenport, la.,
arrested at Congress Hcftel on
charge of being con man. Got
$1,000 from John Romano, con
tractor, as security that Romano
would carry out contract to build
William Schrieder, watchman,
and, Joseph Stesiska injured by
stampeding horses, in fire at barns
of Bartholomae & Roesing Brew
ery Co., 1138 Johnson St., today.
Slight damage to barn.
Mrs. Rena B. Morrow is threat
ening suits for perjury and false
arrest in connection with her im
prisonment and trial on charge
of murdering her husband. She
claims the police intimidated wit
nesses. We are electrified to learn from
the American that Edward Mor
ris and his family, members of
the beef trust, have left for Yel
lowstone Park in their private
car, being believers in the "see
America first" idea.
Several babies have died al
ready this summer because they
were unable to see even the green
grass and the trees, first, and were
denied the necessities of life.
Miss Rose Moody, 20, who de
manded $3,500 from J. H. Mc
Neilly, confectioner, 6323 Green
wood ave., claiming he was the
father of her child, now says, ac
cording to the state's attorney,
that she never had a child.
. She says two babies were used,
one of them secured by Dr. Thos.
J. Balhatchett, in an effort to
blackmail McNeilly. Indictments
Walter Clyde Jones and School
master Merriam are trying to
push Go.v. Deneen off the fence
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