Car! Hamilton Ends Life Under Locomotive.Plunging into the path of a. locomotive Carl Hamilton, 45, a. farmer, living on Acton road in Johnson county today committed suicide near the Acton railroad depot. His head was severed from his body.Persons who knew' Hamilton saidhe had been in ill health and despondent ove^ the loss of several jobs recently.According to R. J. Murphy, engineer and E. H. Stutsman, fireman, in charge of the switch engine, Hamilton stood on the track and watched the approach of the locomotive. When the engine was with-ing a few' feet of Hamilton he threw himself onto the tracks in front of it, they said.Deputy Sheriff Harry Bendel and Deputy Coroner O. H. Bakemeler, who investigated, learned the locomotive was going at a slow rate of speed and the crew attempted to warn Hamitlon, but he paid no heed.Hamilton's body was carried into the depot. George Reid, a neighbor, identified Hamilton.The widow and three children survive.