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THE DALLES DAILY CHRONICA. THURSDAY, APRIL 21, 1921.
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(From Tho Chronicle, April 21, 1896.)
The following ir the cqninlete list
of the school teachers in Wasco coun
ty: Mosicr II. At. Carroll.
Vanhlbher A. May feebler.
Chenowilh Rachel Morgan.
Mill CreekIda Koss.
Hallos City John Gavin, M. Strat
ton, Melissa Hill, Minnie .Michel!, Tena
Klntoiil, Louise Hiuloul, Lena Snoll,
Elslo Ball, Cassio Cheese, .Maggie
Klinn, Mrs. Katie Itqach, Ella Coop
er, Nan Cooper, Etta Howe, Selina
Benson O. fl. Connolly.
Eloyd Ileasio Cram.
Ton Mlle-Oinah Smith.
Fifteen Mile C. I. Brown.
Fairfield Julia 1111.
Douglas Hollow IJda Johnson.
Liberty 'Emma Robert s.
Union Hoy Butler.
Eight MJleo: 'II. Kerns.
Five Mile Zotta Smith.
' Throe Mile Minnlo Elton.
Butch . Flat Bessie 'Hastings.
Pleasant Ridge J. B. Corham. '
Mountain iHome Anna Thompson.
Dul'ur Aaron Frazior, V. L. Har
rington. Long Hollow 'Nolllo Hudson.
Summit Maude Peabody.
Center Ridge Bon Wilson.
Nanaeno Omor Butler.
I.iookhouso Not heard from.
XingBley W. H. Walker.
Tygh Valley David Miller.
Wamlc II. 0. Laker, Bcrtlo ' Whit-
Smlck Lola Driver.
Waplnltin Asa Stogsdlll.
McCluro Thomas Cliastaln.
Juniper Flat II. n. Bluo.
dlakoovon Nolllo Fox.
Antolopo Goorgo Dunn, LIllo Hln-
Moslor 0. It. Carroll,
Lower Antolope Susanna Ward,
llldgoway Emma Ward.
Emlorsby i.Mary 0. Northup.
Free Clinic No Charge For Examina
tion Tuesdays and Thursdays.
Dr. Damn, chiropractic physician,
Third nnd Washington, main C01. tf
$5.00 Slabs $5.00
(liven slabs, $5 up pir cord, f o.
b. cars. Van Dellen Lumber company.
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ENGLAND GVVES 1,677,000
Ity United l'roes
LONDON, April 21. A total of 1,
1577,000 workers aro receiving unem
ployment allowances from tho govern
ment, Dr. T. J. MN'amara, minis
tro of labor, declared in tho houso on
A further 004,000 ho declared two
working part time,
mops the aches
that follow exposure
SUDDEN changed of weather
or exposure to cold and wet.
start rheumatic twinges nnd
make your "bones ache."
Sloan's Liniment brings
warmth, comfort and nuick
relief to lame buck, stltf joints,
sprains, strains, soreness.
I'tiittrtilts without rubbing. All
druggi3ta-85c, 70c, 91.4a
, INCOME 8TOPS
(Continued Front Pane :.)
under nn assumed name nnd lived
there for a few days.
I As soon as newspapermen learned
of tho incident and published, rumors
hinting that a divorce was imminent,
Cudahy again disappeared.
I That he was back in his home and
that a family reconciliation had been
established did not become known un.
til the tragedy today. His wife an.
three children, Marie, 18, Anne, 17,
and 'Michael, 13, were all at homo
According to reports Cudahy's an
nual income from the trust fund cre
ated by his father amounted to ?100,
000 a year and was payable la two In
stallments, in May and November. In
recent years two persons had sued
Cudahy lor large sums.
Cudahy was about 42 years old and,
had been in the limelight since child
hood when he was kidnapped by the
notorious Put Crowe gang and held
for an immediate ransom. The ransom
was pnid but Pat .Crowe, ring leader
of the gang, was finally captured and
sentenced lor 20 years In the penitentiary.
Anotner episode in his lurid career
was the nutiliatlon, of Jere Lillis in
his homo in Kansas City after finding
Lillis in his wife's company.
.Mrs. Cudahy refused to see report
'Dr. V. Bernard Herbst, neurologist
under -whose care Cudahy had been
placed, expressed groat surprise when
told that his patient had committed
"I hadn't seen Cudahy in several
days," said Dr. Herbst, "but Ihottght
that he was well on the road to re
covery. When I last saw him ho was
in excellent spirits. Ho was under
a continual nervous strain and since
January hnd suffered several attacks
of nervous prostration and suffered
"I wurned him several times that
he must "have absolute quiet, must
seo no one and receive no mail.
"There is no doubt that his mind
was in an unstable state and that un
favorable news in the telegram he
was reported to have received unbal
anced his mind and caused him to
end his life."
' the young clubman killed himself af
I ter receiving a telegram from mem
bers of his family in Chicago.
"My bi other did not receive any
j telegrams ftom myself or any other
members of the family," his brother
I said. "We were upon the best of terms
nnd he was In Chicago a short time
ngo for a visit which we enjoyed very
Edward Cudahy said that he had
heard nothing of any separation be
tween John P. Cudahy and his wife,
but ho did say 'that he knew he had
been under a doctor's care recently.
The younger brother was disinclin
ed to bcliove the news when informed
by the United News.
"This is the first I knew of i'.," he
said. "It cannot be. What time did
yloseph M. Cudahy, another brother,
was expected to arrive in Chicago
Thursday from a vacation in the
CHICAGO, April 21. It could not
have been bad news received from
members or his fa'mlly that caused
John P. Cudahy, scion of the multi
millionaire packing family, to com
mit suicide, It wns stated by Edward
I. Cudahy, his brother, here Wednes
'Los Angeles dispatches stated that
UOS ANGELES, April 21. Lying
in bed with a shotgun braced between
his knees, John P. (Jack) Cudahy,
son of the late Michael Cudahy, the
mltltl-millionalre packer, committed
suicide late. Wednesday. The slugs
from, the shotgun entered his head,
causing instant death, according to
reports to police.
Cudahy committed the act in his
palatial Hollywood residence. He had
been under the care of specialists
ror some time, following a nervous
breakdown and it is reported had
been acting strangely for weeks.
Ho killed himself, it is declared, fol
lowing receipt of a telegram front
nis family. Cudahy recently separat
ed from his wife. Mrs. Cudahy left
the Hollywood residence, taking .their
three children with her.
In 1910 the marital affairs of the
Cudahys attracted wide attention.
Tho young millionaire and his
chauffeur, bound and.tied Jere Lillis,
a wealthy young Kansas City man
and mutilated him when the husband
is alleged to have found Lillis In Mrs. 1
Cudahy's company in ther homo. A
reconciliation was effected several t
years later and it was only recently
that It was reported that Mrs Cudahy
was planning divorce proceedings.
During the past three weeks, Cur:
ahy has been under the care of Dr.
V. iB. Herbst, neurologist spoolalin.
Herbst said the young millionaire was
suffering rom a nervous breakdown.
Eyes tested, glasses ntted. Dr. Geo.
b Newhouse. u
Typing and Stenography
done at reasonable rates. Roslna A
Fleck. Office Hotel Dalles. Resl
dence pnont red 2332. tf
U. S. WON'T MEDIATE
By John Graudenz
(United News Staff Correspondent.)
BERLIN, April 21. America's reply
to the German feeler refusing to act
as mediator between Germany and.
tho allies 'has been received and it
apparently leaves the- way open for
further approaches by Germany. This
opportunity is expected to be improv
ed by the German government with
important conciliatory steps. 'Details
of the next German communications
an this campaign are secret so far,
The cabinet was in session when
the American refusal arrived. After
the message had been transmitted the
members voted In favor of availing
the nation of the opportunity which
they discerned in the state depart
ment phrasing. It Is understood that
the communication was forwarden
through the American mission.
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Studebaker, Dodge, Franklin and
Your car is equipped with a WILLARD THREADED RUBBER
If its insulation has to be replaced we will do it FREE OF
It is the only battery manufactured whose insulation is guar
anteed to outlast the plates.
The Willard Service Station is the logical place for you owners
to get YOUR battery service for there it will get the attention
of WILLARD EXPERTS.
The Dalles Battery Co.
, 514 East 9econd Street ,
DO YOU WANT A THERMOMETER? .
I have a small thermometer which is suitable for the In
side of the house which I am giving to my customers. These
are only given to homes but not tq children. I also h&ve n
good thermometer and barometer which carries my name and
address which I am selling for less than It will cost to lay
them down here. Price 55 cents. Come in and get one.
DR, GEO.F. NEWHOUSE
Corffcecond and Washington Sts.
This is to announce a new deal on SLABS. We
have taken over the entire output of slabs from
a small mill sawing nothing but railroad ties.
These slabs are exceptionally heavy, have never
been water soaked and are strictly all FIR, no
cedar "or Hemlock. You will be wise to stock
up while this wood is available.
Per cord, f..o. b. cars at The Dalles
and worth it.
We have cheaper slabs if you prefer them.'
Tum-a-Lum Lumber Co.
806 E. Second St.
Home of Superfeatures
"The Branding Iron"
From the novel by the same name.
With a great cast including
James Kirkwood and Barbara Castleton
A story of the West big hearts and Jbig deeds
. Ben'Turpin as Rodney SfcClair
and Phullfc Havar a a fcruf vrifa In
Mack Sannatfc -Mai-Had Ufa
A Maurice Tourneur Production.
If it's a Paramount Picture
it's the Best Show in town.