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years and member of police force
for 20 years, may not recover
from attack of heart disease suf
Dean Walter T. Sumner had
two men released, who were ar-
rested charged with robbing "the"
SS. Peter and Paul cathedral.
Miss Josie Anderson, formerly
of the Kinzie Hotel, fined $100
and costs, charged with disor
WHY NOT A FERRY FOR CROWDED STREETS?
A Canadian who was caught quite recently in a bad jamb on a
Detroit street and severely injured has suggested to the traffic offi
cials a way to avoid injury to pedestrians. His scheme involves
nothing more or less than a system of ferries for people, which are
running across the street on regular tracks.
He would have people taken up by broad, electrically operated
cars and carried over the dangerous crossings.
While the scheme seems cumbersome and would doubtless be
expensive, it is, nevertheless, being seriously considered by officials
in large cities where traffic congestion takes its toll of human lives
every day in the year.
AS A WOMAN THINKS
A woman can do more to per
petuate her name by inventing a
new coiffure than a man can by
inventing a new hydroplane.
A woman's discretion is often
born of previous indiscretion.
To lose one husband in a di
vorce court may be a misfortune ;
to lose two is a mark of careless
ness; to lose three is a habit
Woman should not make her
self heard in the world by wear
ing loud clothes.
Romances rob a woman of ro-
It was after the distribution of
prizes. "Well, did you get a prize,
John?" asked his. mother. "No,"
answered John, "but I got a hor