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BITS OF NEWS
Morals Inspector Francis Hanna to
marry tomorrow. Miss Julia M.
O'Connor of Irish Choral society girl.
Dr. Arthur L. Bunt, accused under
Harrison drug act, in jail. Gave up;
awaiting habeas corpus action for
Lieut Max Heidelmeier, 70, re
signed from police department. Age
and poor health reasons.
Adolph Johnson, evangelist, fined
$50 for annoying women near Lin
coln park zoo.
FORD MAKES MOVE THAT DRUG
ADDICTS WILL CAIN BY
New York, June 29. Five drug ad
dicts, in charge of three medical ex
perts, sent here by Henry Ford, De
troit automobile manufacturer, in his
latest philanthropic undertaking, to
day began course of treatment in the
Charles B. Towns sanitarium. Re
sults will be watched closely for ten
days and if experiments are success
ful a new drug unit will be establish
ed in Ford's new hospitaL Three of
the five patients are Ford employes,
suffering from alcoholism.
100 FEEBLE PATIENTS STRIKE
Bedford Hills, N. Y., June 29.
Board of directors of Montefiore
Home for Consumptives were today
probing most unique strike in state's
history the walkout of 100 old and
feeble patients, who left institution in
huff when superintendent expelled
five for protesting against food. Many
of the feeble women fainted while
trudging from the home to the rail
ARCHBISHOP QUICLEY DYING
Rochester, N. Y June 29. Arch
bishop James Quigley of Chicago is
dying at the home of his brother,
Joseph M. Quigley, chief of police
here. After a conference of three
physicians attending him today, it
was announced he was not expected
to survive the day.
"Soy Bean, our village cut-up, has
some new comedy business. He sits
in th' horse trough and carries a
Charlie Chaplin cane."
UNDECIDED IN EXHUMING OP
MRS. ALLEN'S BODY
Joliet officials were still undecided
today whether to exhume the body
of Mrs. Odette Bordeaux Allen, wife
of the warden of the penitentiary, to,
examine the viscera as a step toward
fixing the blame for her death.
Coroner W. C. Wunderlich of
Joliet is considering such a move, but
it does not agree with the plans of
State's Att'y R. W. Martin of Will
Warden Allen, resuming his duties
at the penitentiary, has not so far be
gun an independent investigation. No
change has been made in the prison"
routine as a result of the murder.
All union painters are requested to
attend next meeting of locals. Very
important. L. P. Linderof, Sec'y
Painters' District CounciL
CHICAGO GRAIN. All grains
down. Provisions higher. July wheat
NEW YORK STOCKS. Trading
generally light; prices firm.
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Partly cloudy tonight and Wednes
day, with probably showers tonight;
not much chance in temperature:
moderate winds, mostly northerly.
Temperature Monday: Highest, 76;