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Harold Christensen, 1230 Spring
fidd ave., with guns. He ran and
Kostunta Guskwicz, 73, 720 N.
May st., beat his wife,-Constantia,
38, with a frying pan. Severely
wounded. Guskwicz arrested.
Automatic fire sprinkler acci
dentally set off and flooded the
basement of the Palace Theater,
127 K. Clark st
Speed court will be closed
J. A. Thomander,2255 Farra
giit V., held up" and robbed by 3
young men neat Summerdale po
lice, station. Had 8 cents. They
Olaf Odin, 8, 226 Wendell st,
missing. Believed to have. been
Robert Lynch, 28, and James
Sullivan, 32, 2416 S. State, st., at
tempted to escape from jail at the
Engiewood station. Captured.
TRUTH ABOUT COWS
The school teacher asked the
pupils one morning to write an
essay on cows. The following is
one of the compositions
"The cow is a no-bull and kine
"Thejnan who looks after cows
is Called a cowherd, but he is no
coward who looks after cows.
"It is reported that the cow sat
at the head of the table in the
Ark (so Say ark-cow-ologists),
,because she was the only animal
that could calve.
"The coW is a good mother,
and will look calf-ter her calf.
"By the cow is the milk made.
I know this to be true, for I have
seen the milk-jnaid by the cow.
"The cow has been introduced
into song. There is an old song
called 'The Soldier's Steer.' This
was written in beef flat, as also
was that very pathetic ballatj,
'For Heifer and For Heifer.'
"The cow's sex is sometimes
rather complicated. To call a cow
an ox is to make a bull.
"A cow likes resting. It will
sleep in its shed and lie on the
grass but iLwfll not stretch itself
on a cowch; it does not go sofa
"A cow does not carry oil -an
argument very obstinately; it
will soon give whey. ,
"The cow chews the cud. The
dairyman will sometimes choose
to cuddle the dairymaid that is,
if he be a dairy-ing man.
"Cows seem to do pretty well,
for even at death they generally
riianage to make both ends meat.
I can't think cow it is that many
calves die young. Perhaps the
hutched could re-veal the secret."
TOUGH LUCK, MIKE
Mike Patrbs, 32, a Greek, 368
Western av., is sore because he
can't go home to fight in the
Balkan war. Mike's got a busted'
wrist and is in St. Luke's Hos
pital. He was driving his team down
Wabash av.' and an "auto belong
ing to Albert Pick & Co. ran into
him at the corner of 12th st. Mike
was thrown to the pavement. He
says he doesn't mind the broken
wrist he's just sore because he
can't be a soldier.