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Clarence Darrow, pleaded 'not
guilty'- today at Los Angeles
when arraigned pn indictments
charging him with bribery of jur
ors in McNamara case. Trial set
for Feb. 14.
(Foreman in jury of case of Bert
Conners, charged with complic
ity to dynamite Hall of Records,
Los Angeles, reported at noon
that jury was deadlocked
, Four cases of spinal meningitis
discovered in 3 public schools in
Kansas City, Mo., makes total of
7 cases since outbreak
Fire Marshal George Dillinger
fell 3 floors down elevator shaft
into 10 feet of water in fire at
Cleveland, O. Rescued.
William Lee, convicted of mur
"der of father, mother and brother,
taken to Michigan City, Ind., to
begin serving life sentence.
Despite all protests by employ
es, war department is going to in
troduce the Taylor Card System
in the government arsenal, Rock
After being out three nights
and three days, jury in case of A.
A. Truskett, charged with mur
der of J. D. S. Neeley, oil opera
tor, failed to reach agreement.
Cost of the United Mine Work
ers' international convention at
Indianapolis, was $180,000. Av
erage of more than $7,000 a day.
Because Verne Hancy, 14, her
schoolmate, did not answer a love
note promptly, Grace Cutler, 14,
Hartford, Mich., committed sui
cide by swallowing strychnine in
the public school today.
One th'ousand shopmen, in gov-r
ernment apsenal at Rock Island,
111., protested last night against
installation of Taylor card sys
tem. War department issued or
ders for installation, despite the
threats of a strike.
Two-headed baby born to Mrs.
B. Kosnow, Cambridge, Mass.
Will live. One head perfectlyv
formed. Oothed without features.
Baby weighs ten pounds.
Jen. J. W. -Duncan, commander
of the department of Texas, has
been ordered by war department
to utilize troops under his com
mand t6 "maintain peace alon
the border and prevent firing
across the Rio Grande." Rebels
have appeared near Juarez Dun
can has 5,000 men.
Dispatch from Rome says that
Mt. Etna has been in eruption all
day, and violent upheavel was be
lieved to be imminent.
Slays "friend" of wife
Ironton, O., Feb. 3. While a't
work in the yards of the Norfolk
& Northwestern railroad, Robert
Brown, 44 years old, received a
message that sent him hurrying
to his home.
He found Charles Davis, a izh
low railroad man, there. Davis
and he fought. Davis was killed
by a deep knife wound in the
head. Brown gave himself up.
Mrs. Btown is suffering from
Any time a dog bites you it's a
cinch that dog is mad. Don't sup
pose he does it because he is
sweet tempered, do ou?