matter of days. He is cheerful, and does not suffer extremely. Dr. Walthers' escape with his life, from the mass of wreckage into which his car was converted by the flying freight car, was as near to the miraculous as anything ever seen in Fayette county.
Prosecutor Himelick's condition is more and more encouraging. He is conscious, he is not in great distress, and he, like his friend, Dr. Walthers, is in an optimistic mood. His head is capped snugly with an ice pack, all the time. The indications, not conclusive, yet real and plain, are that the man is steadily getting well.