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thought to have been fatally in
jured, but he was spirited away
by employes of the company, and
no report was made, -At the
Practitioners' hospital where it
was later learned Kavassy had
been taken, no information as to
his condition could be secured.
Several other persons suffered
minor cuts and bruises, but were
ible to leave the scene of the ac
:ident unaided after receiving
Both trains were badly dam
aged, and traffic was delayed half
Citifellef Say, old man, can
you recommend me some good
cook that you've ever had work
ing for you?
Subbub Sure I can. Hundreds:
"Look heah, doctah! I've taken
your advice and tried a cantah
round the park before breakfast,
but it doesn't do my liver a bit of
good." "Um ! I'm afraid the good
effects of the canter before break
fast are counteracted by the bad
effects of the de-canter after dinner."
BITS OF NEWS
. Trial of Mrs. Florence Bern
stein, 22; for the murder of Jler
husband, began in Judge Hon
ore's court today.
Mrs. Bernstein brbke down
wheii her attorney told;her that
the State was going tot demand
the death penalty.
"It cannot be that if there is
any justice in the world," she
sobbed. "It's all because my
husband's relatives they would
like to see me hang."
Bernstein was shot and fatally
wounded as he lay in bed in his
home at 1025 S. Robey on the
morning of May 5.
Mrs. Bernstein says the revol
ver was discharged accidentally.
In an ante-mortem statement,
Bernstein declared his wife shot
him deliberately as he slept.
Charles E Erbstein, who ob
tained a verdict of acquittal for
Mrs. Rene B. Morrow, accused of
murdering her husband, Charles
B. Morrow, is Mrs. Bernstein's
Andrew Donaldson, special po
liceman .employed by the Jour
nal, was arrested today on a
charge of robbery.
Donaldson held up S. Robner,
1527 W. 12th, and J Green, 1333
W. 12th st, and, showing his spe
cial policeman's badge, first went
through their pockets, and then
drove off in their buggy.
Donaldson was arrested by Po
liceman Crotty, of Desplanes st,
only after he had threatened to
blow the officer's
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