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HAS HOOPS SUICIDED?
According to Dr. C. M. Hawley of
the Elgin Insane Hospital, the rela
tives of Harold Fabyan Hoops now
believe that the young man, who has
been forced into the limelight of late
as a result of a series of escapades,
has taken his life.
Since his disappearance from El
gin a week ago, the home of his
bride, Mrs. Hortense Carson-Hoops,
has been watched, buf up trace of
the young man found. It was thought
at first that be may have escaped in
order to see her, hut this theory died
out and suicide 1b feared.
Miss Julia Lathrop, chief of the
government children's bureau has
compiled a "book foe mothers" and
after August 1 it may be had for tho
asking from the children's bureau at
Washington, D. C. It deals with the
care of children from the time of their
birth to the age of two years.