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SOUL MATE OF LORLYS ROGERS
TO GO BEFORE CORONER
New York, Jan. 26. Mrs. Ida Snif
fen Walters, "soul mate" of Lorlys
Elton Rogers, lawyer -and father of
her two nameless babies, "whom she
poisoned Dec. 29, will go before the
Bronx county coroner late today and
tell of her act.
It will be the first time she has
been out of the hospital since she ad
ministered the tablets to her babies
and herself. If physicians decide she
is recovered sufficiently she may not
be taken back to the hospital after
the inquest, but be placed in a cell
in the county jail.
Rogers has been served with sub
poena papers for the inquest. He is
under indictment for his relations
with Mrs. Walters.
GRAND JURY PROBING THE
SHOOTING OF STRIKERS
New Brunswick, N. J., Jan. 26.
Special grand jury probe of the shoot
ing of strikers at Roosevelt, N. J., by
armed guards of fertilizer factories
there was begun here today. Su
preme Court Justice James J. Bergen
announced lie expected to take the
unusual step of charging the jury be
fore they began hearing evidence.
More on Strike
Elizabeth, N. J., Jan. 26. Seventy
more employes of the American Agri
cultural Chemical Co. went on strike
here today and more are expected to
follow. The plant here is a branch
office of the Roosevelt plant, where
two strikers were killed during riots
BITS OF NEWS
Overheated furnaces caused fires
in apartment buildings at 3352 N.
Halsted and 3135 W. Congress sts.
9 families driven to street. Loss
Mrs. Joseph Barys, wife of saloon
keeper at 2756 S. Sacramento av.,
held up and robbed of $2,500 by two
men. Money used to.cash pay checks.
"Old Judge Skoover advocates a
return to th' pillory for misdemean
ors. He recommends two one for
Soy Bean, our village cut-up, and one
WASHINGTON SAYS STOCK
YARDS ARE NOT CLOSED
Washington, Jan. 26. The agri
cultural department this afternoon,
denied that any order placing the
Chicago stock yards under quaran
tine had been issued. An investi
gation has been started as to the
source of the report that an infected
shipment of hogs had been received
in Philadelphia from Chicago.
AN INTERESTING ARTICLE!
Morton L. Johnson tells how every
body in Chicago can do their share
toward getting better and cheaper
telephone service in an article which
will appear in The Day Book Wednes
day. 'Are you up on the telephone
CHICAGO GRAIN. Wheat, corn
and oats up. Provisions higher.
NEW YORK STOCKS. Market
quiet Prices held up well.
Unsettled weather tonight and
Wednesday, probably light snow;
warmer tonight, with lowest temper
ature about 15; colder Wednesday
night; moderate variable winds.
Entered as second-class matter April
21,1914,at the postoffice at Chicago,
III., under the Act of March 3, 1879.
By Mail, Except in Chicago, $3 a Year