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Kill not lest thou slay the meanest
thing upon 4ts upward way. They
lusted after the fleshpots of Egypt.
All right, remember it shall be your
condemnation. Open! Oh thou world
sustaining Father, the entrance unto
truth hidden by the vase of dazzling
POLICE DOUBT STORY TOLD BY
Charles B. Wolmer, 4126 North
Central Park av., a cement contrac
tor, has returned home after being
absent since July 13, during which
time the police have searched and
members of the famil yhave adver
tised. Along with Wolmer's return comes
a story that rivals the modern tales
of fiction. He says that he met a
stranger in a loop saloon on July 13
and was drugged. He woke up near
Duluth, Minn., in a Pullman sleeper,
walked almost all the way back to
Chicago, and then began a search for
the "mysterious stranger" who drug
ged him. The police doubt his story.
SOME POLITICAL DOPE
It is said taht Aid. Johnny Powers
has decided to succumb to Harrison's
wishes and withdraw Jimmy Bowler
as candidate for sheriff.
Aleck McCormick, president of
coutny board, offers Hoyne money
to investigate, but says he doubts
prosecutor's intentions to really pro
secute. Judge Owens now wants the fed
eral agents to aid him in his political
scrap with First Ward.
1,500 have filed petitions for state
offices.. 9588 in Cook county.
Roosevelt coming here to aid Ray
mond Robins' senatorial (fight in Oc
tober, according to Medill McCor
mick. James O'Keefe, Democratic can
didate for sanitary jtrustee, is being
endorsed by several labor unions.
Harrison awaiting Kenna's stand
before deciding on First Ward question.
GREATLY PUT OUT
"My luck with the girls reminds me
of a parlor lamp."
"Oh, getting turned down all the
I time." - - -