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HANDWRITING EXPERT LITTLE T
HELP IN EATON-ROWE MESS
Different ink was used in writing
the body and the numbers of the
checks which Mrs. Page Waller
Eaton says she cashed io get money
for the salary snlit that" her chief,
Mrs. Louise Osbcrne Rowe, head of
the dep't of public welfare, demand
ed, said H. A. Rounds, handwriting
expert, testifying before the investi
gating civil service commission.
Rounds substantiated Mrs. Eaton's
story that the notation, "For the
Louise Osborne Rowe charity fund,"
was in every instance written in the
same ink as the body of the check.
Rounds says there is nothing to indi
cate that these notations were not
made when the checks were drawn.
Ink of a different color was used
in writing the numbers on the
checks and the notations on the
stubs, Rounds said.
BITS OF NEWS
Dairy farmers, banded in strong
association and milk distributors in
war over summer wholesale milk
prices. Dairymen may refuse to sell
to Borden, Bowman and others un
less they sign their scale.
Another delay in Lorimer trial. Al
bert Fink, attorney for Lorimer, ilL
Willis Haviland, who disappeared
from Cbicago several years ago,
K iouna training tor French aeroplane
corps at Pau aerodrome.
Mayor Thompson says he has re
ceived 200 applications for job on
school board that Mrs. Britton re
signed. $400 worth of silver, $135 and
watch taken by burglar from home
of Edward Uihlein, 2041 Pierce av.
His daughter saw intruder but was
afraid father would be hurt if she
Montpelier, Vt Locked in tomb
which contained body of his wife, P.
Chentte, struggled for 4 hours before
he was able to pry open heavy door
White Plains, N. Y. Indictment
against Warden Thomas Mott Os
borne of Sing Sing, charging per
Washington. Hearings will be
held April 3 on Rep. Borland's reso
lution for investigation by Federal
Trade com'n of alleged price conspir
acy of western meat packers.
New York. "It was not the Lord
who gave men short hair, it was the
scissors, but we see women every
where with sad, disorderly mops on.
their heads," said Mrs. Charlotte Gil
man, advocating hair cuts for women.
New York. It wasn't so ba"d when
Henry Arlosarow playfully nudged
Mrs. Hanna Higgins on crowded car,
but when he chuckled her under chin
her husband landed all over him. 30
days for Henry.
Niagara Falls, N. Y. James Vil
lardi lived at 610 Twentieth street1
and Charles Sindo at 631. Villardi re
ceived black hand letter and swapped
houses with Sindo. Last night bomb
tore off Sindo's veranda.
London. Re-affirming story En-'
ver Pasha, Turkish war minister has '
been assassinated, Exchange Tele
graph's Athens correspondent report
ed Ismail Haki, president of Commer-
cial Administration, is Enver's suc
cessor. Rome. Gen. Spingardi, former
minister of war, has-challenged Be
nito Mussolini, Italy's leading social
ist editor, to duel.
Washington. Thomas Edison ap-'
peared before house naval affairs
committee and explained scheme for
erection c-f $5,000,000 experimental
laboratory, in which submarine
could be built in 15 days.
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A CHANCE FOR INVENTORS
Invent an alarm clock that will .
wake up the maid without arousing ""
the entire family to take the place
of the present clocks that arouse the
whole family without disturbing the