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.Mrs. Ethel Sheffield,. ,30, jmtewl
George Sheffield, choir singer, ended
a life of illness yesterday by saturat
ing her clothes with gasoline and
then igniting them with a match. She
died after 12 hours of agony.
Mrs. Sheffield has been suffering
from a nervous breakdown for the
past three months. She has been
under a nurse's care. Yesterday she
eluded the nurse and .-started the
PAY TRIBUTE TO MEN'S ASHES
New York, July 13. Over 2,000
people visited the office of Mother
Earth, the anarchists' publication, to
pay tribute yesterday to the ashes of
Arthur Caron, Carl Hansen and Chas.
Berg, the bomb victims, which were
placed in an urn surmounted by a
clenched fist and stood on a red and
black draped bier.
Alexander Berkman and other an
archists plan to build a permanent
mausoleum, designed by Adolph
Wolf, sculptor of the urn, in which
shall repose the bodies of all an
archists who meet death for "the
Though the urn containing the
ashesswas not carried through the
streets Saturday owing to the ruling
of the police, the addresses delivered
to a crowd of more than 5,000 in
"Union Square were the most an
archistic ever delivered at an open
meeting. The crowd was orderly
and police did not interfere.
DUNNE FOR SUPREME BENCH
The possibility of Gov. Dunne being
named as the successor of Horace
Harmon Lurton, associate justice of
the United States Supreme Court,
who died yesterday, was widely dis
cussed. It is said that Sen. Lewis will call
on President Wilson to urge the selec
tion of the Illinois governor. It is al
most certain that Lurton's successor
will be a Democrat as there are ,now
only two Democrats on the Supreme.
bench Chief Justice White and Asso
ciate 'Justice LaMar
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