Clipped From Sterling Gazette
reception was most 'hcnrty. DEATH DEATH OF _CARRIE 'W'ATSON. _ fc'otorlom Clilt-n'ifo AY'oiunn iviimci to Her ', , He\vnrd—Her Good 6ide. x Chicago, Oct. 20.—Cni-ollne Victoria Watnon died late Tuesday niglit at 552 Michigan avenue, whero she had been Jll. for a nionth. She died ns Mrs. Storms, and the burial certificate was issued in that name. Although "Carrie" "Carrie" Watson wns reputed .to be almost a millionaire, she Is '.said to have died comparatively jxxm The neighbors of "Mrs. Storms'; and even the jnnitor of the building In which she died knew nothing of her past life or Identity. In the death of Carrie Watson there passes, from the public view probably the most notorious woman of modern times. The woman's life : was a record of social opprobium an dcrimlnal'mis- deeds-. She made and spent several fortunes. fortunes. Though a social outcast this woman woman had some good qualities. She was charitable and the__li8t--of--thos?r~ ? to - n _wJiom-she ocfecTas (he good'Samaritan waa a long one.