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In Marietta, the home of Mary
Phagan, Gov. Slaton was hung in
effigy with an inscription on the
dummy: "John Slaton, Georgia's
Atlanta officials have, taken pre
cautions to prevent any further
demonstrations in the city.
Gov. Slaton issued a statement
when notified that the mob was com
ing. He said: "They may tear me
to pieces, but I know I have done
what should be done to follow the
right and uphold the honor of Geor
gia and the office I hold."
FAMOUS DENTIST PRACTICALLY
HOUNDED OUT OF CHI.
Dr. Cassius M. Carr, one of the
most famous dentists in the United
States, has been hounded out of Chi
cago. His school at 30 N. Dearborn st,
has been taken over by a group of
dentists who wil continue to teach
Chicago dentists how to combat that
bugbear of the profession pyorrhea
which destroys more teeth than
any other known mouth disease and
which 20 out of every 100 people
Ten years ago Dr. Carr, a mechan
ical genius, perfected a set of intri
cate instruments to combat the dis
ease. There are 150 of them.
Chicago dentists whom Dr. Can
has been teaching to use these in
struments pronounce them the most
wonderful discovery in the history of
Because he graduated from a col
lege which the state dental board did
not recognize Dr. Carr was unable to
obtain a license for practicing den
tistry. So a year ago he went ahead
and opened a school. Since that time
he has taught hundreds of dentists
how to use these instruments.
Dr. Geo. N. West, chairman of the
Chicago Dental society's committee
on law, recently had Dr. Carr arrest
ed for practicing without a license.
J idge Prindiville fined him. Clarence
Darrow, Carris attorney, appealed the
Dr. Carr still continued to teach his
discovery to practitioners.
Dr. West again had him arrested.
Recently Judge Mahoney tried the
case and threw it out of court
Some of the best known dentists in
Chicago and their patients testified
regarding the efficiency of the discov
ery. Darrow argued that Carr was not
practicing dentistry; that he was
conducting a school to teacn dentists.
Judge Mahoney upheld him.
Dr. Carr has opened schools in all
of the principal cities in the United
States. Many dental societies have
passed resolutions praising him for
his discovery. He recently left for
Los Angeles, where he will preside
over a school. The state dental board
of California recognizes the Arizona
college from which he graduated.
TO SEND U. S. TROOPS AGAINST
Washington, June 22. As result of
crushing defeat which Yaqui Indians
near Guaymas, Mex., are reported to
have inflicted on Villista troops sent
to check them, officials are anxiously
awaiting word from Admiral Howard.
Latest word from the admiral was
that the Raleigh, one of his ships, had
sent an officer up the valley to the
American colony with a heliograph
apparatus to be used in signalling the
ships the minute aid is needed.
It was considered certain that
Howard would land his troops and
send them overland against the In
dians if more foreigners are killed.
Jos. L. Lynch, who was to have
represented the elevated railway em
ployes in arbitration proceedings, has
declined place because of poor health.
First in administration building at
stockyards forced 300 to filee; $5,000
John Johnson, 4849 Race av., in
jured when motorcycle hit by Frank