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who has base motives this faculty
would aid in doing the planningof
the act. In committing the atrocious-
crime that he admits to haye
done, the width of his upper forehead
goes to prove that he had the capac
ity to plan it and carry it out
There is much in the face that re
minds us of the murderer Richeson,
who was brought so prominently be
fore the public eye two years ago.
Another person who has "just con
fessed a murder has-a similar, fullness
of lips and' jaw which again show
the uncontrolled voluptuousness of
Mccormick in thevring -again
bailey's the victim
President McCormick of the coun
ty board, having been fairly quiet
since Prank Ragen smoked the pipe
of peace, has broken forth again.
Yesterday he summarily- bounced
Warden Henry L. Bailey of the Coun
Bailey is accused of having ad
mitted to the hospital friends who
could afford to pay for private care.
One of the specific cases mention
ed is that of Jacob Burg, brother of
County Commissioner Burg, who
plays an opposite game to McCor
mick on the county board. McCor
mick charges thaUBurg's brother
was improperly admitted to the hos
pital. Another charge is that 'Bailey ad
mitted an aunt of Laurence" J. Cof
fey, former member of -the county,
Bailey denied the charges. 'Tve
done nothing to be ashamed of," he
said. 'Tve not admitted any un
worthy cases. And Fvenot played
politics. I came down yesterday and
found a .notice of suspension from
McCormick waiting for me. I don't
know whether he's got that author
ity or not. But I'm going to s'tay here
until something else develops." .
McCormick named Dr. Charles F.
, Sanborn is temporary, warden. "
Laurence Coffey, in "discussing the
admittance of his aunt to the .hospi
tal, exonerated Bailey. J
"Last Monday I was notified that
my aunt had fallen in the street and
dislocated her shoulder," said Cof-
fey. "She had been taken uncon
scious to the County Hdsjpital. I
called the hospital and asked to "have
her removed to another hospital or
sent home. The physician in charge
said that would be bad on-account
of her advanced , age. I then called
WardenBaileyjand asked to have my"
aunt kept there'as a, pay patient. He
agreed to this." '
Frank-Ragen' recently charged that
McCormick, stationed a man. In the
receiving room, at thecounty's ex
pense, whose business itwastb keep
out all patients whp camein with
cards .from Ragen -or. any other of
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