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GET BUSY! DIG UP TONGUE
TWISTERS AND SEND THEM. IN
It's hot all right but it's never too
hot for "TONQUB TWISTERSi"
At least a bunch of our readers are
game to send some in.
0. L. C. has come through again
this time with this one:
What noise annoys an oyster? A
noisy noise annoys an oyster.
Holger Tegen, 113 S. St Louis av.,
says: "I wish you would put this
one in the Day Book. Sure we will,
Holger here she is:
Theopolus Thistles.successful this
tle sifter, successfully sifted three
thousand thistles through the thick
of his thumb.
The person who sent these two in
won't tell his or her name. Anyway
he or she signed it, "A Reader":
If you and your folks- like me and
my folks like me and my folks like
you and your folks, folks never liked
folks since folks like me and my
folks like you and your folks.
My father went to Arkansas. He
saw the biggest saw he ever saw. If
you saw the saw my father saw you
would want to go to Arkansas again.
One crowd of young people had a
"TONGUE TWISTER" party. They
promised to send their Tongue
Twisters in. Watch for them tomor
row. And also get busy yourself and
send some Tongue Twisters to the
Tongue Twister Editor of the Day
HUBER TO PLEAD UNWRITTEN
LAW IN MURDER CASE
Robert H. Huber, -who shot and
killed John Kunzelman In Cincinnati
because of an insult he alleged the
man offered Mrs. Huber five years
ago, will plead the "unwritten law."
Mrs. Huber will go on the Btand
and tell of the alleged attack. Kun
zelman's first wife was a sister of
Mrs. Huber. When she died in Cin
cinnati Mrs. Huber was present She
says that the night of the funeral
Kunzelman entered her room and at
tacked her, threatening to "quiet"
her children if she made an outcry.
She believed he meant to kill the
Two of Ruber's brothers will ar
rive in Chicago tonight to conduct
his jewelry busfness'at 30$0 Lincoln
av., and also arrange for hisMiefense.
WALKS INTO BANK VAULT AND
SHOOTS SELF TO -DEATH
R. J. Killick, 60, 3742 Pine Grove
av., shortly after noon walked into a
vault on the second floor of the Fi
delity Vault & Safety Deposit Com
pany, 116 W. Randolph st, closed
the door and shot Tiimself through
the brain. He died instantly.
Employes on the second floor
heard the shot and rushed to the
vault When they swung Jhe door
open Killick, who was in a standing
position, toppled to the floor.
Killick had evidently contemplated
suicide for some time. He was de
spondent over ill health. In a letter
addressed to the officers of the vault
company he said he had been a de
positor for 33 years and had never
caused them trouble before.
He also wrote he had made ar
rangements with Alexian Brothers
Hospital for handling his body, and
directed that it be shipped to Litch
field Ky., his former home.
Killick was secretary of the Do
mestic Equipment Company. His
wife, who Jives at the Pine Grove av.
address, said he had no financial
troubles. 1 f.
"But," her father objected, "you
have never shown that you are capa
ble of supporting a wife." "Oh," the
young man replied, "if you want her
to marry a widower I'll have to con
fess that I can't qualify."
Thunder showers tonight, -followed
by generally fair Saturday for Chi
cago and vicinity;, much cooleri