Miscellany: Oct. 7, 1929

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Epitaph

In Pawtucket, R. I., Dr. William Rothwell, 63, is known as a good physician, a generous host. For 30 years he has always reached for his wallet, always stood treat. Recently he ordered his tombstone. A great boulder, it now stands, ready, in a local cemetery. His inscription: "This is on me."

Novel

In Vancouver, B. C., one William Phillips went home late at night, read a novel called The Triple Murder. He arose, grabbed a hatchet, slew his son Eric, 4, his daughter Joan, 10. Then he made...

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