Ada Gallagher

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Ada Gallagher - FIVE! Saturday out Monday at next the .in not i...
FIVE! Saturday out Monday at next the .in not i week. the,) uncertain al w i l l I ! East Moline con- j death old Sixteen Year Old Dies to Keep.From School. Shelbyville, Oct. 15.--Miss Ada Gallahgei", sixteen-year-old daughter of Mr. 'and, Mrs. S. D. Gallagher, Is dead at the family home in Mode, twelve miles south ot'thia city, the result of a bullet wound in her body, self-inflicted Sunday evening. The ball entered the girl's body just below below the left breast, and lodged In the muscles of the back.-. Slie died at 8:10 Tuesday morning. " . . While only her mother and brother were with her In the house Sunday evening, the girl procured her brother's brother's 32-naliber revolver from his trunk loaded it with one shell and fired the shot. Miss Gallagher gave her dislike to x -attend school as the_ reason for her action. A week or-'so\ago she said to a friend that she could hardly hardly wait for the 14th of October to come, but save no intimation of her intention to take her own life. Tbe shot was fired about 8 o'clock Sunday evening:. GAVE REASON The girl was conscious to.the last, and talked to her mother about the deed, but did not change her story that the reason for the act was simply simply because she did not want to go to school. tSlic was sixteen years old on March 1C. She Is survived liy her parent* Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Gallagher, and following brother*'and sister*. J. E, Gallagher, of St. Louis, Jacob, Lloyd, Glen and Forest Gallagher of Villa Crove, Mrs. Grace Mesnard, Mrv. Ruth Stltt. Estello and Ruby Gallagher, Gallagher, at home. Hiss Hiss Gallagher *»' a member or the Methodist church and Sundar school and was a regular attendant. She was popular among the younA people, and up to the moment OB shooting herself was In a l|v«ly mood,' and gave no evidences of her intuition intuition to. kill herself. ,. .The"funeral will be held at : o'clock Wednesday afternoon from tht ill. Zion church, with burial at the- cemetery there. CHILD CULTURE MOTHERS MOTHERS TO MEET J. O. BacieataM Will AMrrw Mccl- lac Thimtay Afteraa«i. The Chito Cultur* department Mothers' club of the Mllllkln Conservatory Conservatory will meet at 2 o'clock Thursday Thursday afternoon at the conservatory. J O. Engltman will speak to tho mothers, it Is hoped to have a large attendance. CASTOR IA For Intents end GhOdnft lnUttForpw3OY« t i v e to cent H. Sullivan, 10 Years Old, Jumped On. ClintoVi, Oct 16--About 5 o clock ilonday evening, as Walter Brown's ar was making a run for a, delivery m Last Main street, Hareld Sullivan, he/ten year-old son of I hares bulli- an and wife of East Adams street, attempted to mount the moving car le lost his hold and was diagged quite a diaUnce Wien picked up he v a s in a d^zed condition The boy as taken to his home and a doctor The right elbow was dislocated and he ligaments of the collar bone torn oose He is able to be about the house, but will not be out for several davs This family has had much misfor- uno in the past few weeks Only about a month ago a jounger ot Harold's was Injured while at plai A few days later Inflammation set in n the infected limb and within less mm FILL BIN Turned Loose in Kansas City Fire--Great Confusion^ Kansas Cltv, Mo ban one half of t h stock yards. I s. , he » orlS wr t . r i O I !« - M , r ICunsai C l t v d ItrgMt IH by 'trr mr\\ toda It was eslimatPd a f t e r tlie f l r teen brought under control ·flm raging for two hours tint i n o n were destroyed There WIT* 4 7 « n i i cattle In the v a r d s nt the rln* business jeMcrdnv. It wm Mid inrl · w h i l e It wn« poKKlbln In llhrmtn of thorn no rapidly did lh» fi»ni^» gain h e a d w a y that m a n y

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  1. The Decatur Daily Review,
  2. 16 Oct 1917, Tue,
  3. Page 5

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