The third burglary within 10 days was coaimitted Saturday night at the home of Charles B. Davison, the pressman of the Coorier office. His house, No. 307 N. Main st., was entered by the sitting room window. there being no catch on the window it was easily raised. The burglar took about $27 from Mr. Davison's pants and vest, which weie hiinging on the head bed post. A silver watch in the vest was not taken. The barglar left by the front door. Mr. Davison is unfortunate, he having a year ago at the farmeis' picnic at Whitmore Lake, had a valuable diamond pin nipped from his shirt front. It is supposed that íd this case as in the former burglaries, it was committed by home talent.