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Hung self with sheet. Was under
observation for insanity.
Albany Park opened 9-day carnival
with auto parade.
Rodolfo Ferrari, grand opera con
ductor, arrived in Chicago for season.
Mrs. Delia Benson, 3538 Calumet
av., suicided with gas. Killed hus
band yeas ago.
Justice Kendall, Oak Park, dis
charged Father Quille for speeding.
Attorney for Dr. A. L. Blount, on
trial for selling dope, trying to prove
it came from Canada.
Geraldine Farrar, grand opera
prima donna, sleeping in her private
car at State, Root and Rock Island
tracks. Prefers stock yards breeze
to that of lake.
Serg't Geo. Cudmore proved story
untrue that gem thief he had brought
to station was minus $800 worth of
jewels. Had nothing to do with ar
Syndicate of colored people organ
izing to purchase hotel at Oconomo
woc, Wis., for summer resort
Chief Healey leaves on western
trip tomorrow night after vacation
was twice interrupted.
Judge Fry, Englewood, wants law
to send autoists who kill to "pen."
Kindergarten of Highland Park
Elm place school closed to prevent
spread of scarlet fever epidemic.
Chief Healey says sex line will not
be drawn on gamblers in comment
ing on raid made on Englewood
Five boys held by Gran.d Crossing
police as suspects in Osborne murder.
RAILWAY BUSINESS BOOMS
Maybe industrial gloom will fade
away, some time! Within the past
week enormous orders for locomo
tives, cars and steel rails have been
placed by railroads. South Chicago
mills seem to have gotten more than
their usual share of the orders. Santa
Fe road Thursday hung up new load
ing record, loading 6,136 cars in one
WILSON'S DOCTOR MAY SOON
The engagement of Dr. Cary Gray
son, personal physician and naval
aide to President Wilson, to Miss
Gertrude Gordon is being rumored
in Washington society circles.
DYSON UNDER HEAVY FIRE
When Congressman Rainey said
Dr. E. O. Dyson, state veterinarian,
had played into the hands of the
stock yards crowd in handling the
foot and mouth disease, he started
For officials of the department of
agriculture now say that he ran the
quarantine all wrong and the present
epidemic is a result of improper
An absolute quarantine over the
whole state is what was needed,. lat- ,
est critics say. Dyson, allowed ship
ment of cattle from infected areas to
the Chicago stock yards and the disease-was
scattered in the shipment
of animals is their claim.
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