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Milton McCallis killed when rear
wheel came off auto. Race won by
Ralph Mulford in Mason.
Memphis. I. C. switch train top
pled off bridge at Darnell, Miss. Three
London. Dr. Goldschmidt, Ger
man inventor, says he has establish
ed communication between Beustadt-am-Reubenberger,
Tuckerton, N. J., by radio transmis
sion. Greenwich, Conn. HenryR. Gug-
genheimer and bride, who was Janet
Beecher, actress, spent first day of
honeymoon here. Mrs. Guggenhelm
er going back on stage in fall.
Youngstown, O. Taxicab driver
rescued Leona Guehiho of Leetonia,
who was kidnapped Thursday by'
three men who demanded ransom of
Philadelphia. Five members of
picnic party killed when Philadelphia
& Reading train crashed into farm
CONFESSION EXPECTED IN
WEST SIDE MURDER CASE
In the arrest of Pano Nouma, a
Macedonian, the police of the Des
plaines street station believe they
have cleared up one the most baffling
cases they have ever been confronted
Nouma was arrested in connection,
with the murder of Mrs. Florence
Woodruff, who was found with her
throat cut in the alley at the rear of
730 W. Monroe street Wednesday
The arrest was made by Detectives
Jerry Delaney and Michael Courtney
at Halsted and Adams streets last
night. Upon being taken to the Des
plaines street station he was identi
fied by Mrs. Mabel Josselyn as the
man who left Mike Hayes' saloon,
Green and Adams streets, with Mrs.
The dead woman was Identified
late. Thursday night by Harvey
Woodruff, 2963 Groveland av., as that
of his wife. He told Capt. Thomas
P. Meagher that he left his wife an
Mrs. Mabel Josselyn, her friend, late
Thursday afternoon. He never again
saw her alive.
Mrs. Josselyn told Capt. Meagher
that with Mrs. Woodruff she had
been visiting at the home of Airs.
Charles Mull, 11 S. Center avenue.
From there they went to Mike Hayes
saloon, where they met Weston
Clarke, a paperhanger, and William
Snyder, a bartender, who introduced
another man. Mrs. Woodruff, after
talking to this man for -a few mo
ments, left the saloon with him, ask
ing Mrs. Josselyn to wait for her.
When Mrs. Josselyn next saw her she
was in the mrogue.
Mrs. Josselyn, Snyder and Clarke
are being held by the police.
After the identification Capt.
Meagher threw out a dragnet. At
8:08 o'clock Nouma was taken to the
station. Mrs. Josselyn says she can
not be mistaken.
When Nouma was brought to the
morgue he covered his face with his
hands and moaned. It was with dif
ficulty he was made to look at the
Capt Meagher said today that he
expected a confession from Nouma.