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GRADY HELD UNDER $10,000
BOND ON MURDER CHARGE
John Grady, chef at the Grand Pa
cific Hotel, was today formally ar
raigned before Judge Mahoney on
the charge of murder of his wife. His
bond was fixed at $10,000, and "hear
ing was continued until Aug. 26.
Grady was unable to obtain a bonds
man. The police are no nearer solution
of the mystery surrounding the dis
appearance of Grady wife, a former
actress, than they were the day a
bundle of her clothes, mildewed and
bloodstained, were discovered un
der the porch of the Grady home on
the South Side.
Detectives have dug in the cellar
under the house and in lots adjoining
in search for the missing woman's
body, but have discovered nothing
suspicious. Prof. E. R. LeCount of
Chicago University is analyzing a
charred remnant of what appears to
be a human bone, found in the fur
nace of the Grady home.
The heap of hairpins and corset
steels found in the furnace have been
satisfactorily explained, without
pointingto ward a murder. A man
who cleaned the house said he burn
ed the things in a pile of refuse.
New York. Two large motor
yachts, carrying 20 persons, which
were swept out to sea in storm yes
terday, not. yet heard from. Fear
they are lost.
Washington. California anti-Jap
act went into effect today. No offi
cial notice taken of it here. Two
governments still diplomatically
Constantinople. Turkey firmly
declined give up Adrianople, in note
New York. Porter Charlton,
charged with murder IT his wife,
Mary Scott, Castle Charlton, wiil be
taken back to Italy Thursday on liner
King of Italy. Detectives will take
WANTS PENSION FOR WIFE OR
TO BE CLEARED OF LEPROSY
St. Louis, Mo., Aug. 11. George
O. Hartman, suspected leper, who es
caped from quarantine quarters Fri
day and surrendered after being at
liberty for almost 48 hours, plans to
secure a federal investigation of his
case by demanding a pension of $75
a month for his wife, claiming that
if he has leprosy he contracted it
while in the army in the Philippines.
Hartman insists that he is not a
leper and believes his request for a
pension will prove his contention. He
states he is now willing to stay in
quarantine until his case is settled,
provided he is given separate quar
ters from Mon Wing, the Chinese,
who has a well-developed case of
The United States has a popula
tion of over 90,000,000.
Electric lights were unknown in
the 15th century.
Soap lather should be applied be
fore shaving oneself, and it is not
necessary to scrape the eyelids.
Honesty is the best policy.
The nebular hypothesis was so
named because scientists found it
was a nebular hypothesis.
Stove polish is black, except when
tinted with coloring extracts.