Miscellany: Dec. 10, 1928

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Uncanny, weird, prophetic was a sign in the window of Montgomery Ward's branch store in Pottsville, Pa., one day last week. Said the sign: "WATCH THESE WINDOWS TOMORROW." Next day the four-story store was destroyed in a $500,000 fire.


In St. Joseph Heights, Ky., in order to get rabbits for a stew, Bernard Meiners went hunting with his .gun. Soon he saw Oily, a horse belonging to the Sisters of Notre Dame, moving about in the grass. Supposing Oily to be a rabbit, Bernard Meiners took aim, fired, killed him.


In Brooklyn, one Mrs. George Sayyah testified that her husband had dragged her...

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