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government a Qerman spy, releas
ed. Mistaken identity.
Washington. Twelve firemen
hurt, 3 Iying, fighting flre in cellar
of building jiear Treasury.
Z Boston, Mass. Frances Bogert,
Evanston, HI., chosen "college police
man" at Wellesley College.
r Springfield, III.. Editor Fay D.
Slate of ML Auburn Tribune rearrest
ed charged with murder following
death of Mayor B. P. Windsor.
Macon, Ca. B. Sanders Walker,
Jr., wealthy banker, dying of paraly
sis of kidneys due to mercury tablets
taken by mistake.
New York Angelo Defino, pur
sued around the world for ten years
by members of Camorra, whom he
had betrayed, murdered.
Decatur, Ind. J. Ray Dickinson,
Erie engineer, killed when his train
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j. Philadelphia. Suffragists will
a f -o7ap nntnnnlPTi nmnner hftRehall fans.
1 r . Hannibal. Mo. Palmyra Creek,
', made famous by Mark Twain's story
x of Huck Finn and Tom Sawyer, has
' Shanghai. 67 Chinese burned to
death while making plans in temple
to resist government war on opium.
- Alton, Mo. Biggest round-up of
tet moonsmners maae in uneen years
completed by party or f eaerai omcers.
'Ithaca, N. Y 1,067 Cornell stu
dents partly support themselves
HIGHER COURT ROBS MAN OF
LOWER COURT'S DECISION
Omaha, Neb., May 19. Fortunato
Zancanella, Austrian laborer, had his
leg mangled by the car of a local
street railway' company on July 14,
1909, nearly four years ago. The
Omaha district court awarded him
damages of $1,900, and the street
car company appealed the case to the
Zancanella, who had no money and
-wasimable to earn any, lived through
the generosity of his friends, always
hoping that he would get the money,
until In 1911, he hobbled fifty-seven
miles to the Btate capital in a snow
storm to ask the state supreme court
why it did not review his case, and
today on a technicality the high court
reversed the decision. "
Since the verdict awarding him
$1,900 Zancanella has been injured a
second time in a street car accident,
causing bis arm to be amputated.
The local court awarded him $3,000
for the second injury, and that case
has been appealed, too, so that Zan
canella has not yet received one cent
He sleeps here and there, when a
friend will take himf he eats when
another wul take him in and give him
a coin, and his doctors, hospital and
other expenses have amounted to
"Always he has been sure the Su
preme Court would pay him his
money, and this has been his promise
to those who helped him. When a re
porter told him that the findings of
the lower court had been reversed
because of mistakes and he must sue
over again, he sobbed.
"What will I do," he cried. "My
friends have been so good to me, but
now it looks like I never will get any
money. If I could do any kind of
work, even a little job, I would have
more heart. But I can't."
Zancanella came to America six
years ago and could not return to his
country when his parents died be
cause he had no money. He has two
brothers in Austria, but they are very
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