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?o be boss. If I don't get put in
jaij" he said tremulously, "I
wtjfcto go to work and help her."
JnAB R. R. OFFIGIALS
Bridgeport, Conn., Pec. 31.
Fqlfowing thorough, investiga
tion of wreck of Springfield ex
press on New York, New Haven
& JTartford Railroad at Sauga
tuck, Oct. 3, in which seven per
sons were killed, bench warrants,
charging riianslaughter were
served on Harry J. Horn, vice
president of the road; B. B, Pol
lock, general manager, and C. N.
.Officials will be brought into
court today and Released on bail
'uhtf 1 further hearing.
T Indianapolis, Ind Dec. 31
Marion county grand jury today
handed down indictments against
sammembers. qf the board of di
rectors of Cincinnati, Hamilton &
l3ayton Railroad in connection
with Irvington wreck, in which
Kfejpersons were killed. Narries
mlUbe given out when arrests are
" Literal Interpretation.
. He was a very nervous and flus
tered young man as he entered
the, court to give evidence in an
It was his very first experience
o publicity in any shape or form,
an$ the amount of interest shown
in liis iterances he who hdd
n?ver even addressed a meeting
ojLflie local debating society
YSjtraight to his head. His re-t
pIiiM fb say the least of it, were
"Speak up! Speak up!" called,
counsel irritably at last, "The
lady shorthand-writer cannot
hear a single word of what you're
saying. Kindly turn towards and
speak to her,"
There was a moment's pause,
while the young man blushed viv
idly. Then, to the amazement of
the court, he rose from his chair,
made a profound obeisance in the
direction of the afore-mentioned
young woman and murmured
BITS OF NEWS
Because Frajik Silva, 2447 N.
California av., only had witch and
$2, hold-up men beat him, at W.
Jackson blvd. and S. Peoria st.
South Bend, Ind. Police found
enough nitro and other explo
sives to blow up city when they
raided room occupied by Whitey
Springfield, 111. John Hart
nett, Ghicago, and Elmer Vigus,'
indicted in connection with re
cent hold-up of Chicago &. Alton
Stuttgart, Germany, Alfred
von Kiderlert-Waechter, 60, sec
retary of state for foreign affairs,
died suddenly. Heart failure.
Springfield, 111. Isadore Freed,
former head of Standard Furni
ture Co., Chicago, and Vera Ed
war,ds, indicted here, charged
with con game.
Danville, 111. Louis Carxing
fon, held on charge of murder of
Samuel Al'cott of Chicago, whom
he mistook for burglar Chrjstmaa
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