Sacreügious burglars broke open the door of St. Thomas' church last Saturday night with a crow bar and ransaeted the ehurch, taking nothing away. Evidently they were in search of money. ïhey also attempted to enter the residence of Itev. Fr. Fierle, but after cutting a hole in the front door and Qnding that the door was bolted as well as locked, they gave up the attempt. They entered Chris. Carey's saloon, on Detroit street, also Gustave Roehm's, taking liquor and cigars, especially f rom Carey's. In Roehm's, they secured about flve dollars. Wednesday night they entered the aloon of August Herz, on Broadway, nd secured a small bag of silver, which netted them some $12 or $14. rhey didn't forget the cigars or the rinks. Entrance was obtained by )reaking a window.