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k Day of U. S. supreme courtpend
ing appeal to that tribunal. Judge
Landis has refused baih
Mrs. Theresa Sborsoh, 4744 S.
Center ave., seriously burned last
night while starting fire with
C. L. McCoyi shot by a hold
up Christmas day while working
in an office, at 211 W Washing
ton street, died last night.
Husband of Mrs. Margaret
Ifulico, 15, charged with beating'
her, fine $200 and costs hy
Richard -L. Manning pleaded
guilty to counterfeiting in U. S.
district court yesterday. John
Dalton, arrested Atfith him, plead
ed not guilty.
John Hoeii. Ordered held ta
grand jury on charge of murder,
and Michael Saviche as access
sory, at inquest v yesterday over
Hozen's wife, Anna, 13 7 S.
State, who died of fractured skull
For the second time in 40 years
Mrs. Elizabeth McDermott, 56,
Marion st. Oak Park, visited the
loop district yesterday, but she
wouldn't get off of the elevated
trains, she said that there was
too much stirring around the
streets. She says that she used
to travel 'what is now the loop dis
trict when she was a little kid in'
her bare feet. She has never been
T Lucy Smalley,. 14, who disap
peared from her home at 517 Su
jerior st., Monday, returned
home saying that she wasn't kid
naped at ail; that she was on the
South Side visiting some rela
tives. Still declaring that she loves J.
S. Woodson, a young railroad
brakeman with "whom she left
her home intending to be mar
ried. Atjlla Henius 15, was taken
back to Peru, Ihd., by her par
nts Woodson also accompanied
-them. Jt is believed that the
couple are to be married at the
MANY NEAR DEATH f IN
Cleveland O., Dec. 2. Fif
teen oersons were injured and
scores -of passengers had a nar
row escape' last night, when the
Big Four's Twentieth Ceritury
train, running between Cincinnati
and Cleveland was wrecked at
La Grange, 35 miles east of Cleve
land. All the injured were only
bruised or cut by flying glass, and
were brought to Cleveland by a
relief train. Railroad men con
sider it remarkable that, there,
were not many fatalities.
The. wrecked rain connects at
Cleveland with the Chicago-New
York limited. Owing to .the
storm it was late, and was run
ning 60 miles an hour in an ef
fort to catch ur to its schedule.
The tenderand ten cars of the
train left the rails and bumped
over the ties for some distance be
fore being brought to a stop. The
smoker turned over in the ditch
How can popular government
succeed when there are so many
more patriots than jobs?