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EXPECTS TO HAVE STRONG CASE
ON MRS. CARMAN
New York, July 13. Despite asser
tion of Dr. Edwin Carman that he
believes the shot fired through his
office window, which "killed Mrs.
Louise Bailey, was intended for him,
Dis't Att'y Smith will go before the
grand jury tomorrow with the theory
that Mrs. Bailey was intended to be
the victim and will also claim that
only some person in the Carman
house could have known that Mrs.
Bailey was in the physician's office.
According to information, Mrs. Bai
ley entered Dr. Carman's waiting
room about f:15. He did not enter
his office until 20 minutes later. The
shades at the office window were
down and no one outside the house
had any way of knowing that Mrs.
Bailey had entered the room.
Workin galong these lines, the dis
trict attorney believes he will have a
strong case against Mrs. Florence
Carman, wife of the doctor.
URGE INSANITY CURE
Legislation for the prevention and
cure of insanity will be urged in reso
lutions by the alienists and neurolo
gists of the country, who opened a
five days' session here today.
"Practically all cases of insanity
have their origin in preventable jdis
eases," said Dr. L. Harrison Mettler,
chairman of the convention. "Mental
defectives are increasing far too rap
idly. The public must be educated
and preventative medicine must be
utilized to combat this condition."
A REAL WHITE SLAVE CASE?
The police believe they have found
a real case of violation of the white
slave act by the arrest of Isador
Tendler, 1313 Washburn st, follow
ing a raid on a house at 1312 New
Tendler is accused of having
brought Laura Landis from Pitts
burgh to Chicago for immoral pur
poses. Others arrested Jn the raid
on the Newberry av, house were Mrs.
Rebecca Miller, who is charged with
harboring the girl, Mrs. Bessie Mu
kowitz, Harry Mukowitz, Jack Miller
and Rose Miller.
By Jim Manee.
Close your big blue eyes, little man.
Don't you raise a row.
Go to s.leep as fast as you can,
The sandman's comin' now.
Sail into dreamland snuggle up
Shush! And away you'll go.
Tomorrow mother will take you to
The moving picture show.
P. S. The movies are a good slam
at the high cost of living.
GAMES FOR TODAY
Chicago at New York.
Detroit at Washington.
Cleveland at Boston.
St. Louis at Philadelphia.
New York at Chicago.
Brooklyn at Pittsburgh.
Philadelphia at Cincinnati.
Boston at St. Louis.
St. Louis at Chicago (2 games).
Indianapolis at Kansas City.
Buffalo at Baltimore.
Pittsburgh at Brooklyn.
Bowlegs is a condition which re
sults from the child trying to walk
when the leg bones are not stiff
enough to bear the weight without
bending. To prevent bowlegs, chil
dren must not be encouraged to walk
before their legs are ready. The feed
ing must be such as will harden the
Unsettled weather Monday; some
what cooler in the afternoon or night;
Tuesday fair and cooler;"lightto mod
erate, variable winds becoming north