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1744 Northwestrnave., arrested
on charges preferred by 2 girls,
each 15, taken from his shop.
Dr. Harvey H. Wiley, pure
food champion, is in town. Can
see no one but Wilson in coming
State's Attorney Wayman be
lieves that in "Mrs. John Dowd"
he hasfoutid woman wh oacted as
go-betwedrf in Funk-Henning
Police say that they are on
track of John C. Henning, wanted
for perjury in Clarence S. Funk
State's Att'y Wayman has or
dered 4 indictments ready in con
nection with case.
Patrick Enright, 21, and Mich
ael Shevlin, 19, former bellboys at
Grand Pacific, said they had been
approached by persons who de
sired evidence to connect name of
Funk with Mrs. Henning.
"Kid" Griffo, former star
pugilist, who is well known in
Chicago, has been arrested in
New York for begging in streets.
Mamie McCabe, 18, 546 Lin
coln Park blvd., who ran away
from home and was found, at
rooming house, 114 W. Ohio st.,.
said she would marry Ben Brun
ner, cause of her runaway, as soon
as he could provide -home.
Aid. Litler begged council not
to take hasty action against up
stairs, unsafe theaters.
Mayor Harrison talked Mayor
Ellis, Grand Rapids, Mich., over
automatic telephone in first mes
sage sent out of state in that way.
Policeman Theodore Groark,
Sogers Park station, temporar-
arily detailed at W. Chicago ave.
and Wells st, severely beaten
when he attempted to arrest 4"
men. Managed to arrest John
O'Connell, saloonkeeper, 800
Grace Strachan, New York,
who was defeated for presidency
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Miss Grace C. Strachan.
N. E. A. by E. T. FairchUd, Kan
sas, may bolt party an dform one
of her own, a la Roosevelt.
Reported that Charles G.
Dawes, Chicago banker, is almost
certain of being chosen as treas
urer, Republican national committee.
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