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copal Chureh, 75th st. and Har
vard av., dedicated yesterday by
Rev. W. Macafee. Cost $75,000.
Robbers in saloon of J. E.
Kleinman, 2237 Potomac av. Got
$18 and gold watch.
Roy Johnson, 14, 4001 Armi-
tage av., seriously hurt by auto.
Dr. S. A. Wharton, 444 W. Di
vision st., seriously hurt bv auto
of Dr. I. E. Abt, 4800 Kenwood
av. Dr. Abt arrested. Released on
"Insane ought to be killed. If
nothing is to be done to find out
the cause of insanity and its cure
I would ask that my own son,
who is hopelessly insane, be
killed." Dr. B. Holmes to mem
bers of Modern Health League,
in plea for state study of insane.
Win. Barre, clerk in Wells Far
go Ex. Co. told police thrilling
story about being robbed of his
father's $15 by auto bandits.
Broke down. Had lost it in dice
Chas. Rehor, 24, shot and se
verely wounded by J. Smith, 4611
Choctaw av., during political
quarrel. Smith arrested.
M. Conrad, 36, laborer, crushed
to death between wall and coke
conveyor at plant of By-Products
Capt. F. Burns received broken
leg while fighting fire at Wabash
av. and E. Harrison st. Hospital.
Rollo H. McBride, sec'y "Part
ing of the Ways Ass'n," will ad
dress Northwest Side Commer
cial Ass'n at their noonday lunch
eon, Thursday, Feb. 29, at Ger
. TIT FOR TAT
When he had examined the
shoes carefully the cobbler hand
ed them back to the doctor.
"No, doctor," he said, "it would
be useless trying to do anything
to those shoes. They aren't worth
"Ahi" replied the would-be
customer. "Thanks for being
honest about i In the circum
stance of course, I won't have
anything done to them."
And he- startfd; as though to
leave the shop. But the cobbler
"D'you mind paying at the
desk?" he asked.
"Yes; only twenty-five cents."
"But for what?"'
"Well, when I came to see you
the other day you charged two
dollars for telling me that there
wasn't anything the matter with
MYSTERY IN ACCIDENT
His neck-broken, his skull frac
tured and crushed, his arms
broken, and his body a mass of
cuts and bruises .Thomas Lough
rey, 3027 W. 37th place.elevator
operator, was foundat the bot
tom of an elevator, shaft in the
tinshop of Armour & Co., yester
Milwaukee. John Frey, shoe
maker, pleaded guilty 4;o man
slaughter. Killed wife. Sentenc
ed to short term in prison:
Crystal Springs, Wis. E. W.
White, Powers, Wis., killed by X.