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The day book. [volume] (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 17, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 7

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TO EXAMINE KIRBY'S BRAIN
Two pathologists were to conduct
an autopsy today for the purpose of
making a scientific examination of
the brain of Dr. William T. Kirby,
former head of the wrecked .Kirby
private bank, to determine as to
Kirby's sanity.
The autopsy was to Be performed
at the request of Kirby who died last
flight. He always contended that in
sanity caused him to place $20,000 in
the hands of swindlers and wiretap
pers and fought prosecution in the
federal court on that plea.
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GLADLY
"There's one thing I will say for my
first two husbands."
"What's that?"
"They always paid their alimony
promptly." Detroit Free Press.

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