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u :1 ; i PHYSICIAN SWIFT TO PUNISH ARDENT MUSIC-MASTER Pittsburgh, Pa. Swift, sure and terrible was the punishment which Dr. Martin E, Griffith says he meted to A. M. Robertson for an alleged at tack upon Mrsv Griffith. Dr. Griffith is the most successful physician in Monessen, a small town on the Monongahela. Robertson was a music teacher, with a clientele among the rich. Among his pupils was Mrs. Griffith, who is 45 years old and the mother of grown children. According to the story told by Dr. Griffith after Robertson had been taken to a hospital, he returned home unexpectedly, heard sounds oi a scuf fle and found the music master at tacking his wife. He is said by the authorities to have first beat the as sailant and then mutilated him. Rob ertson makes no statements from his hospital cot. He is 58 years old. The physician is 50. . o o SWEET POTATOES Sweet potatoes are vastly differ ent.from white potatoes. They are harder to digest and lack nutrition; contain less starch and more sugar and are much harder to prepare properly. If the skin is brok en when boiling they absorb much water and are soggy and moist. If they are of good size and are baked in the skins, there is nothing better for a simple dinner if served with beeksteak. ON STRIKE PROBE Representative John J. Casey was a steamfitter before he became a congressman. He is elected from his own state, Pennsylvania, where ho was born in 1875.