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arsenic poisoning arid gastritis
vare similar and a physician hiight make a mistake and call arsenip .poisoning acute gastritis." " The police also intend to quest tion Undertaker C. C. , BoySen? who prepared Richard Tk Smith's 'body for burial, and who was on extremely friendly terms with Mrs.Vermilya again. Itwas of this .undertaker that Frank Brinkamp-'spoke, accord 'ing to Elizabeth Nolan, when, knowing 'his death to be ap proaching he -looked snceringly at. hi0mother and said "Wilyou'd.better call-in your friend! Boysen and have-hinV fin ish this j6b."" Mrs. Vermilya is not allowed to see anyone at the jaiMiospital. She passed a good night, and on wakening this morning lqpked .cheerfully at her nur?e": s "Well, 'this place isn't "home," she said, "but it isn't so bad." Her nurses at the hospital sev eral times have attempted to en gage her in, conversation, but on e&dh occasion, Mrs Vermilya has turned her face to 'the -wall, and refused tp make any ariswer to them. k -, The body of Frank Brink&mp was exhumed yesterday. This fact was, kept secret because Cor oner Hoffman wished to have Miss Nolan attend the opening of ' the coffin and identify, the' body of her dead sweetheart. Miss No lan said she wOuld d6 so only on condition that the public did not know what was going oh. Miss Nolan appeared when the grave was beinSf opeftgd. J She -was very nervous, but-evidently; had herself well in hand. She shuddered once or twice as the earth was shovelled away from the coffin, ,but gave no other sign of emotion until ihe nal act of the opening of the coffin was to take place. j Then she broke down. "I can't look at it," she sobbed hysterically, "I can't. I can't." The identification" finally was made certain by Miss Nolan's de scription of jewelry which was buried with Brinkamp, and the girl was led sobbing to her home. - 60 Labor Leader Objects to Courts Appointed J3oard Washington, Nov. 7. Strenu ous objection to the appointment, by any court or executive author-" ity of boards to pass on the ap plication of the proposed work men's compensation laws was made this afternon by President Gompers of the A. F. of L. before the senatorial commission fram ing them. . In reply to Senator Suther-V land's statement that he favored appointment of the "boards by the courts "so as to'keep them out of politics," Mr. Gompers said he did not believe all the courts were free from political influence ar o i One wonderful feature" of that Italian-Turk wajr is that Wall street hasn't seen occasion in it ' to throw a fit. f Brazil an'd P6ru 'hive estab lished a string of. Wireless sta tions, across Solith America.