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ran away from ,her home, 4i42
'North Ashland ave., February 20,
is trying to emulate Violet Bueh
ler, as Eva read every line pub-
S ilished about Violet.
The Anders-deserve sympathy,
but still, what they are suffering
is paf t of the penalty people must
a pay for allowing one of Willie.
Hearst's so to speak newspapers
-inside the. house.
"Why, your honor, Miss Mercy
i is the soj;t of girl who likes to go
down to breakfast in 'a kimorrar"
Attorrney Francis M. Walker,
for Rockefeller's University of
My, what a terrible person Miss
M'ercy is!v How awful J A girl
who "likes to go down to break
fast in a kimona!" No wonder
Rockefeller's university expelled
DETROIT TIGERS IN A
' J - TRAIN WRECK
Vicksburg, Miss., March 26.
fTen Detroit baseball players are
on the hospital list and the games
.with Hattiesburg,. Miss., and
Jackson, Mjss., scheduled for to
day, will probably be declared off
as a result of the wreck of the
Tigers' special coaches just out
side of Vicksburg late lastnight.
The following is a list qi the in
jured players: ,. -A
Hughie Jennings, head ait.
George Mullin, knee; sprained.
Jim Dehanty, knee hurt
John Onslow, back wrenched.
Davy Jones, hit in stomach by
i Charlie O'Leary, knee badly
cut and bruised.
. . Eddie Summers, Jcnee.
Jim Maroney, leg cut and
bruised. " ,r
Henry Perry and Jean Dubuc, 2
hit by flying water tank.
Mrs. Edward Lafitte, wife of
Pitcher Lafitte, was also bruised f
and prostrated by the shock.
The 'accident occurred when
the brakeman forgot to couple '
the Tigers' special coaches to the
remainder of the train after it had
crossed the Mississippi. "3
PIERP. IS A.REGULAR GOL--DERN-IT"
Rome, March 26. The prog
ress of John Pierpont Morgan as
a squire of actress ladies is being
watched with breathless interest
by the Americans now resident
in the Eternal City. f
Pierp. arrived here more than
a week ago, having left HIS na
tive land (HIS in capitals, be- -cause
most of it is his) beeause
an impertinent congress wished r
to subpoena him and find out(
from him what makes the Steel
Trust tick the way it does. ;
Lina Cavalieri, beauty, opera c
Bob" Chanfer, and writer for the-
Hearst- almosthewspapers was t
here whenOPierp came. t
Pierp. immediately started do
ing the candy kid' act. He has
been taking Lina around in his
luxuriously appointed automo- ;
bile, and showing her the points
of interest. He has called on her, '
and generally has behaved like a
Harvard undergraduate trying to -find
oufwhy is a chorus girL