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SHE'S A WESTERNER AND RIDES' of the Guggenheim Tamfly- Gt COlo
LIKE ONE rado and New York. She spends most
of her time In New York, but Bhe
V 1 A- -- it A A.
learnea 10 nae out wesx.
! New York, N. Y.-MIss Barbara
Guggenheim is only TOyears old and
not big for-' that, but she. carried off
one of the big priaes at Madison
Square Garden recently when she
won the blue ribbon In ' the saddle
CITY TO MAKE CAR LINES COME
Two suits for $1,000' each were
tiled against the Chicago Railways
Co. and the Chicago City Railways
Go. by -Ass't Corporation -"Counsel
George L. "Reker yesterday in the
-The Buits charge violation of the
drdin'ance compelling the surface
lines td have signs" in the cStb in-
forming-the public "about their rights
in regard to transfers. Some of the
(cars have these signs', jtyhlch" 'are
,'placed in thecenter of ttie car, but
jthe majority are so crammed with
;advertlslng""tha"t the signs Have been
.left out. '
i JRekeris in charge of a campaign,
ordered by the council, to compel the
street car companies to give better
Twenty Investigators of the public
service department are now gather
ing evidence upon which' suits will be
'based for violations Of the-ordlnance
compelling the street car companies
to keep the cars' "warm and wen ven
tilated. In turn the elevated roads will
come In for their share of the prosecutions.
The little-horsewoman-is a-member- j.tha .will.
GODAIR LEAVES LARGE SUM FOR
"OLD PEOPLE'S CLUB"
'One-third of the $600,000 estate
left by William Godalr, late real es
tate dealer, was .bequeathed to his
wife and the other $400,000 was set
aside for the founding' of an "Old
.people's ciub, wmcn win be a com
fortable home and pleaSarit gather
ing place for people too old to earn a
living" and without private means."
Mrs. G'odair expressed herself sat
isfied with her husband's wishes, but
the children of his' half-brother have
announced their-intention to contest