Newspaper Page Text
other callers. Yet he would not see
The Day Book reporter. From the
general attitude of McGuire's office
force, who all kne wthe reporter, it
seemed indeed that McGuire and his
entire office looked upon the reporter
in somewhat the same light as they
would have the plague or the Black
Possibly McGuire did not wish to
see The Day Book reporter for some
reason, although it is hard indeed to
imagine why a bold, bad private de
tective should be afraid of a mere re
porter, armed only with questions.
Yet stranger things have happen
ed in the course of human events and
the maneuvers of private detectives.
Meantime, The Day Book is not
entirely without hope. It especially
desires to know how one goes about
"obtaining witnesses favorable to the
defense," and nothing save knowl
edge will satiate its curiosity.
The Day Book will continue to try
and find the answer to this question,
either from Mr. Tom McGuire ver
bally, or from Mr. Tom McGuire's
Band concert tonight at Garfield
Three judges of circuit court, sit
ting en banc, denied motion of Mrs.
Grace Brown Guggenheim-Wahl to
have her divorce from William Gug
genheim, smelter magnate, set aside.
Gov. Dunne, before going on vaca
tion, said he would not call special
session of legislature in response to
Chicago's appeal for home rule legis
lation. Governor declared assembly
would not be convened unless he was
certain initiative, referendum and
recall could be passed. Added that he
did not believe legislators had chang
Frank Wilson, 432 Beethoven pi.,
his wife and his brother, Julius Wil
son, injured when their auto was
struck by another machine at 28th
Bt and Michigan av. Mrs, Wilson ill
and shock proved dangerous. Chauf
feur of second auto speeded on. Wit
nesses said license number was 38,
993. Records show this number is
held by H. A. Heiser, Danville, HI.
Last night's electrical storm in
jured several persons in Illinois and
caused property damage at $20,000.
In Chicago damage was done to elec
tric light and 'phone wires, already
in bad condition from two previous
Frank Reimer, 2436 Cortez St., ar
rested in front of Lebolt & Co.'s jew
elry store, 101 S. State st, with
horseshoe in hand. Policeman said
he believed Reimer was about to
throw missile through window. Store
window has been broken five times
in three years by horseshoe and jew
els worth $5,000 taken. Reimer de
nied guilt. Once arrested for carry
Meeting of retail clerks on Mil
waukee avenue will be called after 9
o'clock Thursday at Schoenhofen
Hall,-Ashland and Milwaukee avs.
Speakers will be Miss Elizabeth Ma
loney and Emmett Flood.
Clara Marasske, 2448 W. 25th st
buried in wreckage when Burlington
freight car jumped track and tumbled
down embankment through house.
Girl was asleep on first floor; not
seriously hurt. Panic in neighbor
hood. John Skrenia, 17, dead, and Anton
and Annie Kujbida overcome by gas
in home at 2307 W. 25th pi Michael
Kujbida, father of Annie and Anton,
awakened in time to save family.
'Phoned for pulmotor, which revived
children. Skrenia, who lived with,
family, could not be resuscitated.
Eugene Bareducy, 6, 1386 W. Lake
st, bitten in back by bulldog belong
ing to neighbor. Dogen taken to
pound by W. Lake st. police. .
Mrs. Josephine Miniarch, 510 De
Koven St., bitten twice by stray ct
which attacked her while she was in
yard. Animal killed.
William B. Jacobs, 74, 523 Bryant
av., publisher church paper, fatally