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Lima, 0. While B. H. Profit was
leaning against his auto talking to
friend, with policeman near by, thief
cranked machine and sped away.
Newark, O. Burglars leaving Mrs.
Lottie's Kuhn's home shook hands
with her son as he ascended stairs.
Latter supposed them guests.
Philadelphia. Because his em
ployer, Charles E. Gale, owed him
wages, Raymond K. Lockwood took
possession of his two artificial legs.
Legless, Gale telephoned police and
had Lockwood arrested.
New York. Baseball"team of New
York Stock Exchange employes will'
spend July 4 in Sing Sing. Going to I
play prison nine.
Anderson, Ind. N. L. Underwood"
didn't swat fly soon enough and it bit
him. Now blood poisoning has set'
in and he may lose his left arm,