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He motored over the 35-mile road
built this summer with a $100,000 do
nation from the Rockefeller founda
tion. He posed for the movies and the
press photographers as obligingly as
He rambled all over Trinidad.
But he didn't go near the jail where
John Lawson, whose conviction the
supreme court has stayed, is confined.
"The greatest publicity harvest
ever reaped," said the correspondents
with him. "And he's a bully fellow
Sept 23 was the second anniver
sary of the strike.
If there had been no strike Rocke
feller would not have been out hera
for 12 years more!
Omaha. Three trainmen killed.
Missouri Pacific passenger train hit
freight Several injured.
New York. "If any banks which
have money belonging to the Ford
Motor Co. participate in the Anglo
French loan I will withdraw every
penny," said Henry Ford.
San Francisco. Registered under
name of Pape, CoL Fritz Von Papen,
German military attache at Washing
ton, is at Fairmount hotel.
Brownsville, Tex. One American
soldier killed, two wounded, in battle
with Mexicans on border. Zapata
forces trying to isolate Mexico City
New Orleans. 12 of schooner
Scheerfield's crew found semi-unconscious
from starvation and thirst off
Florida coast. When they got food
they refused to leave ship, but con
Omaha. When only 30, mostly
children, hit the trail last night, Billy
Sunday called staff together and told
them they would have to do better.
New Orleans. Unidentified Brit
ish cruiser stoppe'd Southern Pacific
steamer Momus off Jersey coast In
spected it, then allowed it to proceed.
Tarrytown, N. Y. John D. Rocke
feller, Sr., arrived from Cleveland to
day and dfove immediately to his es
tate, Pocantico Hills.
Indianapolis. Perjury charges may
be filed against witnesses for state in
trial of Mayor J. E. Bell, who are
backing down on evidence said to
have been given grand jury.
Watertown, N. Y. While Dr. Dum
ba fretfully awaits recall, and other
international bees buzz around Wash
ington, Sec'y of State Lansing still
finds fishing good here.
New York. $5,000 a year allow
ance is too much for a 15-year-old
schoolboy, Surrogate Fowler has de
cided. He allowed J. T. Lewis to draw
$3,400 for son's expenses.
New London, Conn. Dredges in
river Thames have sucked up thou
sands of lead bullets. Believed to
have been fired in battle of Croton
Heigts in 1781.
New York. There are now 1,002
different and duly registered kinds of
cereal food being fed to humans and
animals, according to J. M. Perry, a
grain dealer, testifying at a govern
ment qqiz here.
Maiden, Mass. Stork has paid
another visit to Milton and Salem sts.,
leaving twins. Now each of the four
corners has a house with twins in it
CONDITIONS IN PSYCHOPATHIC
HOSPITAL ARE BAD
Two floors of the new Cook County
Psycopathic hospital are so crowded,
with patients that some have, at
times, to sleep on the floor. Three
other floors of the building are un
used. One floor, thoroughly equipped,
with the most expensive apparatus, is,
kept under lock and key.
Lack of appropriation and lack of,
help are given as the reasons for this
queer way of managing the hospitaL
There are so few attendants that it
is not unusual to see obstreperous',
patients strapped to their beds or'
with leather-manacled wrists. So
crowded are the patients that when
one goes on the rampage he often1
keeps a -whole floor of patients awake
because there is no place to put him,'