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Charles H. Wayman, alleged to be
professional hotel -swindler, arrested
- on complaint of Blackstone Hotel.
j Four men and two women rescued
c by Jackson Park life saving crew af t
rer their 50-foot sloop was dashed
Maclay Hoyne wrote letter to Gov.
i Dunne asking him to defeat public
r Romance, which began year ago
when Officer George DeMar, Schuet
; tier's office, rescued Ruth Mellott,
. trained nurse, from drowning, ended
in their marriage yesterday.
Chester W. McNally, city collector
of Park Pudge, disappeared. Alleged
shortage of $5,000 in his accounts.
Frank Norton arrested while try-
- ing to jump into Chicago river. Said
he was Irish nobleman. Detention
Lieut-Gov. O'Hara and Speaker
McKinley signed women's suffrage
- William McLean, 61, 1149 Wash
ington blvd., and John Bonaris, 16 N.
Aberdeen St., arrested after pistol
fight oyer price of meal.
1 Louis E. Randall, 625 Buckingham
pi., arrested on charge of remarrying
J within one year after divorce.
f Peter Reinberg, president of Board
of Education, is determined, to quit
job July 1st
Capt. Thomas F. Meagher, Des
t plaines st station, is teaching class
. of policemen how to conduct cases
i Hired girls of Wllmette threaten to
,- walk out on strike unless moving
"picture show is installed.
Daniel Magnuson, 79, inmate of
- Swedish Old People's Home, sui
. cided. Cut throat
DEAD WOMAN'S RELATIVES SAY
SHE DIDN'T WRITE "LAST WILL
London, June 18. The verdict of
i "suicide while temporary insane"
, returned at inquest into death of
Mrs. Viola McKenna Hudson, the
t young American divorcee, who was
fOWd de&d Ju fcer apartment o Sun
day, win not be accepted by her rela
tives who claim she never wrote the
"last will" in which "lbs." was used
as an abbreviation for English
The peculiar "lbs." appeared sev
eral times in the alleged will left by
Mrs. Hudson in jfrhich she bequeath
ed $5,000 (1,000 pounds) to Michael
Herbert Oxford student, son of the
late Sir Michael Herbert, once Brit
ish ambassador to Washington and
nephew of Mrs. Cornelius Vander
Herbert called on Mrs. Hudson
Saturday and saw her Sunday morn
ing. He was the principal witness
at the inquest, whose evidence show
ed that Mrs. Hudson died of as
phyxiation after first attempting to
end her life with poison.
Springfield1. Juul resolutions pro
viding for submission to the people
of the constitutional amendment to
taxing law defeated by senate.
La Grange, III. Henry Sebring,
fanner, sustained broken neck when
his horse took fright at train and
ran away. Dead.
Springfield. Senate passed the
house good roads bill and appropria
tions accompanying it
Cedar Rapids, la. Two men in
Mercy Hospital at point of death.
Result of motorcycle jumping motor
dome track at carnivaL
Springfield. Bill appropriating
$300,000 for Illinois exhibit at Panama-Pacific
exposition in 1915 pass
ed the house.
Rock Island, 111, Two men be
lieved to be Clarence Homme, Erie,
Pa., and E. T. Schlimer, Blue Island,
HI, killed in freight wreck of Rock
Minneapolis, Minn Frank Kin
iski, ladderman, was killed and seven
others badly hurt in fire which com
pletely destroyed $350,000 North