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LOCAL DOINGS IN TABLOID FORM
Mrs. Grace Guggenheim-Wahl, di
vorced wife of William Guggenheim,
is in Chicago, prepared to go before
grand jury and testify concerting al
leged frauds in her divorce granted
Mayor Harrison expressed sorrow
at news of Mayor Gaynor's death. .
Management of excursion boat,
City of South Haven, deny charges
of immoral conduct on board. Chief
DeWoody going ahead with probe.
Nick Gazetto, street cleaner, 700
N. Franklin st, struck by auto of E.
J. Bettway, 3857 N. Marshfield av., at
Lawrence and Broadway. Will die.
Geo. Schreiner, 6824 Winchester
av., badly bitten by dog. Dog caught
Frank Kamicke, 1644 N. Hermi
tage av., fell from freight car. ' Dead.
Jas. Kaufman, 17, 5056 W. Erie st.,
held to grand jury on charge of rob
bing bathing beach locker.
Mrs. Mary E.' Reed, formerly 712
Drake av., wants, Ellen King to pay
her $1T),000 because she claims Ellen
copped love of Mr. W. H. Reed.
600 pupils routed by fire in Fuller
school, 42d and St. Lawrence av.
Police now think George Norn,
wanted in connection with Charles
Sing murder, is. still in Chicago." Case
up in air.
John Swanstrom, 35,' barber, 1563
Wells St., shot and killed himself.
Detectives raided house at 1373
Austin av and arrested seven men
fighting over card game. '
Auna Crowe, 22, 25 E. 50th st.,
agent South Side "L," killed by auto
driven by P. B. Bush, 3231 Mosspratt
st. Driver arrested. -
E. J. Dilworth, banker, Vermont,
O., and Mrs. Pauline Depew, 39 E.
Ohio st, held up at Ohio and Rush
st Robber caught.
Peter Managno struck" by Amer
ican Can Co. auto truck. Died later.
Federal Judge Sanborn decided
postcards with nude picture were not
mailable, , ,
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Julia Yates, negress, arrested on
charge of "stealing $13,560 'worth of
jewels and bther valuables from
home of Mrs. Jos. Spiegel, Winnetka.
Mrs. Antoinette Funk suggests
dynamiting S. Clark st. station.
Mrs. Ella Flagg-Young wants bids
on new speller manuscript
Robert Clice, 1215 Liberty st.,
wanted, charged with stabbing dog
owned by Lawrence Bernas, 1229
Chicago Bar Ass'n to investigate
actions of lawyers who conducted
first Guggenheim divorce case be
fore Edw. F. Dunne, theri. circuit
Robert Lombela, 1647 Monroe st.,
held to grand jury for bigamy charge
on complaint of Mrs. SLttlian Uoxley
John Migari, Blue Island; III., killed.
Car coupling knuckle fell from Rock
Island freight he was repairing and
broke his neck.
Sen. Sherman will be in town to
night or tomorrow.
Julius Scafelar, 84, 1459 Noble -st,'
jumped into river. Pulled out Lone
liness". Richard, Conway, 531 W. 42d st,
slashed himself. Died later. Finan
Pres. McCormick 'may veto Oak
Forest tuberculosis hospital contract
granted Contractor J. J. Brittain.
Myron Leffingwell, Revere House;
slipped from chair. Died on way ta
County Hospital. .
Alfred Engledall, 1625 Kolmar av,
jumped into Humboldt Park lagdoa
Fished out. Died later.
Butler-R. Storke, "Boy wizard ol
LaSalle st," wanted on charge "oi
forging $12- check.
Jas. Ineersall, 24. 1148Sedewick"
''st, fined $100 for beating his mother.
Judge Baker, U. S. Court of Ap
peals, injured when auto was struci
by interurban car near Goshen, Ind
Edward D. Shurtleff, former speaks
er of House and Republican leader uf
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