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Hayes,t 4 years. Qld; Alice Kern, 8
months old; Joseph Jones, 6 years
old; Bertha Block, y2 years old;
"Baby" Warmer, 5 months old; Geo.
Raymond, 2 years old (sick In the
hospital, this cbildaccording to Mr.
Virden, was offered for-jsale by Mrs.
Kennedy for ?40) ; Frank Defalfio,- 3
years old; Joe Defalco, 8 mouths old.
Sensational developments are ex
pected when Virden makes his "re
port TiKSpringfield. It is believed the
mutual sstc of silence between doc
tors, keepers, unmarried fathers and
the girl step-mothers will be com
The Oak Park farm was one of the
biggest it is claimed. Detectives are
now working to find out not only the
mothers, but the fathers of the chil
dren. Cook county authorities are report
ed to be investigating a farm on the
southern outskirts of the city that is
said to cater only to rich, unmarried
girls who become mothers.
It is believed if the hints now spread
about are true high excitement will
be caused in 'fashionable circles by
the enforced restoratiftn of illegiti
mate children to the homes of their
Katie Khpp, a maid m the Kennedy
place, testified that thg Kennedy wo
man was very cruel to the children.
Also that the uppei floors of the home
were kept in a filthy condition.
State's Attorney Hoyne is investi
gating the report that baby farming is
an organized business.
THE BANK MESS
The "wise ones" in financial circles
knew of the trouble the LaSalle street
bank wa6 in. This much was made
sure when Mayor Harrison said that
Jim Forgan, president of the First
National Bank, told him several
weeks ago that the bank and its four
affiliated banks were going to close.
Forgan said the four smaller banks
had asked him to take them over and
liquidate them. But be didn't do it
Bankers are beginning to shout for
T State Auditor Brady's scalp! " " ?
Mrs. Mary Kuhns Brady gave out
statement in which she said C. B.
Munday had given Brady $30,000
bo.nds.iti a Louisiana land company.
Also, she said, Brady borrowed $5,
000 from Lorimer-Munday banks on
Frederick Porter, former chief
clerk 'in. Brady's office, will be called
before federal grand jury.
Lorimer bank found to have loaned
ex-Senator Paynter, Kentucky, $40,
Hoyne rushed two more witnesses
before grand jury yesterday.
Stae Auditor Brady s Michigan
wife" said Urady gave instructions
to his aides, not to investigate bank.
She may be called before grand jury.
Motorcyclist (in distress) I dont
see why you don't keep your roads la
Granger What fur?
Motorcyclist To bring people in
to your section.
Granger Huh, if the roads wuz in
good condition they'd go right on by.
The auburn nose of a toper is a
sort of lighthouse to warn others of
the small volume of water passing.