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SCENE OF TEUTON DESTRUCTION IN FLEMISH
CHURCH; SACRED IMAGE OVERTHROWN
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Ruins of the Church of Oude-Cappelle, near Dixmudo. The sacred
figure, of metal, had fallen to the ground badly damaged. The officer with
his cap off is a Belgian.
BITS OF NEWS
Wm. E. Wallace, druggist, 3859 S.
State, found guilty, four counts, of
violating Harrison anti-narcotic act,
Federal Judge Landia' court
Police Capts. J as. Cleason and
Michael Zimmer say they will not
reisgn because their names have
been brought into police "slush
Plainclothes motor cops, Evanston,
tried to arrest each other for speed
ing, meanwhile -speed limit breaking
F. H. Bartholomew, Kenilworth,
I got new auto yesterday. Stolen after
his first ridet
Cracksmen, blew safe Boston Shoe
Co., 3060 E. 92d. Got $400.
? Hyde Park High School Parent
fiTeachers' ass'n wfU sue Mrs. Leo-
nora Z. Meder, Myer J Stein and Dr.
Jane Sherzer unless they can Drove
their charges of hundreds of cases of
immorality among high school students.
"I Just told Prof. Jones I was in
debted to him for all I knew."
"What did he say?"
"He said it was a mere trifle."