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.forbidden to touch, the- body until.
Medical Examiner Osgood performed
March 12. Stomach sent to Prof.
Whitney of Harvard for analysis.
March 12 Unusual burial without,
military honors. Mrs. Eaton declar-."
ed "insinuations" an outrage.
March 12 Physician called to,
Eaton home in Assinippi to attend
Mrs. Eaton and her mother, Mrs.
George Harrison. House under
strictest police surveillance.
March 14 Authorities closeted for
four hours with the, Eaton family,
Mrs. Eaton, Mrs. George Harrison,
Mrs. June Keyes and Miss Dorothy
Ainsworth, stepdaughters of- ithe admiral.-
District Attorney Barker an
nounced that the case is serious; refused-to
March 15 Inquest opened before
Judge Edward Pratt' at Hingham, but
no information given out. Judge Kel
ley, Mrs.vEatbn's counsel, attacked
newspapermen with baseball bat
Marchl7 Inquest -resumed. June
Keyes a witness. Officials examine
members of family while constables
March 18 Inquest at Hingham
March 19 Dorothy Ainsworth de
clares she knows cause of her fath
ers, death, and has told it to the au
thorities. Discovered Eaton's will cut
every one except Dorothy.
March 20 Mrs. Eaton arrested in
dramatic climax to the case. Taken
from her homeland hurried in closed
automobile to courtroom. Pleads riot
guilty, held without bail for trial,
Springfield, III. Ballot on long
term U. S. senatorship: Sheridan F,
Lewis 84, Funk 19, Boeschenstein 14,
Albany. Senate passed child labor
bill prohibiting labor of children un
der 14. in canneries or tenements, of
under 12 on farms. ,
LOW. WAGE - COMMISSION . TO
CONFER WITH WILSON
UeuCGov."BarrattrO''Hara and the
members of theIllinois" low wage
commission left Chicago for the east
over the' Pennsylvania lines at 5:30
o'clock this afternoon.
The commission,'s first stop will be
.at Harrisburg, Pa., Twhere it will
:meet with Gov. Tener and a.legisla
tive committee at 1 o'clock tomor
row. ,Priday evening the commission
will leave for Washington. On Satur
day afternoon it will confer with
President Wilson at the White House.
The commission will put the result
of the Illinois low wages investiga
tion before the president and-ask if
he does not think it advisable that a
conference of governors of all states
should be called to consider a mo
tional minimum wage for women
Pittsburgh,- March 20. Labor lead
erekoday suggested that the Illinois
low wages commission, now on its
way here. take the.testimony of little,
girls employed in the bolt department
of the Oliver Iron and. Steel mill.
Itijy said that the conditions under
which these young girls are worked
long' hours for starvation yrages are
Jefferson City, March 20. The
state senate today appropriated $4,
000 for a sweeping investigation of
white slavery and its contributing
causes in Missouri.
The resoluUorfrarrying the appro
priation provides.for aninquiry along
the low wages' line followed by the
O'Hara commission in Illinois.
Client Y6U have an item jfyyour
bill, "Advice, January 8th' But that
was the day before I retained you:
Lawyer I know. But don't' you re
member on the eighth J- old you
you'd better let me take the case for
you? Client Yes. Lawyer Well, -that"wastdvice!
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