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Because I am not the hand, I am not of the body; Is it not therefore the
body? And If the ear shall say, 'Because I am not the eye, I am not of the
body;' is it therefore not of the body?
"If the whole body were an eye, where were the hearing? If the
whole were hearing, where were the smelling?"
And he goes on to say: "The eye cannot say to the hand, I have no
need of thee; or again the head to the feet, I have no need of you," and
further" along: "God hath tempered the body together, having given more
'abundant honor to that part which lacked: That there should be no schism
in the body; but that the members should have the same care for another.
And whether one member suffer, all the members suffer for it; or one mem
ber be honored, all the members rejoice with it."
' While Paul used the human body and its members to illustrate to his
brethren the folly of factional quarrels in the church, it is just as valuable
'in illustrating the organization of society as a human brotherhood, each
member playing his part minding his own business and thus having all
parts or members work together in harmony, "that there should be no
'schism in the body; but that the members should have the same care one
Each of us will have his hands full organizing himself and getting him
self into harmony with others, without forgetting himself and trying to or-
-ganize and reform his neighbor. If we do what we can to reform and uplift
ourselves and grant the other fellow the same right, we'll make better
fheadway than by each of us trying to reform and uplift the other fellow.
WHAT HAPPENEDINCHICAGO TODAY
Robbers who tried to crack safe
; in office of Consumers' Co., 36th and
Bqtler sts., frightened away by po
'liceihan who had been called by
watchman whp escaped. None of the
"robbers captured. Large sum in
Cracksman broke into Williams'
Block, 2758 W. Madison, and stole
$850 worth of dentists' fixtures.
! Safe stolen from branch office of
estera Union, 12th and Green sts.,
'June 14, found in pile of rubbish.
'Hole drilled in top and $85 stolen.
John Bellamy, 149 E. Indiana st.t
relative of Edward Bellamy, author
bf,"Looking Backward," died today
today' from heat
Harold A. Matthews, 5914 S. Ada
'str, struck" and severely injured by"
auto truck' at 59th and Ada sts.
Name of driver unknown.
Charles H. Gadey,'4015 W. Jack
son blvd., drove his auto into a tree
to avoid hitting an old man at Palmer
square and Kedzie av. Gadey and
iQVX friend sba&en up by Qrab,
. Auto bandits threw brick through
window of W. H. Meyers' jewelry
store, 25 N. Western av., and stripped
trays of jewels valued at $1,500. Po
licemen fired several times at rob
bers, who escaped.
Mrs. Mary Stist and Mrs. Sarah
Young severely burned in fire in
frame building at 318 S. Throop st.
Flames cut them off from stairways.
Rescued by engine company 103.
Mrs. Agnes Hahn, 937 Will st.,
probably fatally wounded by bullet
fired by Fourth of July celebrator.
Man who fired shot unknown.
George Warrington, 4226 Wash
ington blvd., arrested charged with
diving and annoying girls at North
Floyd Hall, 2715 Armour av., and
William Gray, 161 26th st, arrested,
charged with stabbing to Heath Nich
olas Eich, 455 W. 25th st.
Nine deaths and several prostra
tions toll of heat wave yesterday.
Mrs. Mollie Netcher, owner of Bos
ton; Store, married in Portland, Ore.,