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WIFE SOLD HOME FOR $100
James Cavanaugh, 3735 26th St.,
told in the court of domestic relations
FViday that he had scrimped for 12
years and bought a home for $780,
only to have his wife sell it for 100.
He accused his father-in-law, whom,
he says, is worth $50,000, of prompt
ing his wife to sell the house.
Cavanaugh was charged with con
tributing to the dependency of his
four children. He is a stationary en
gineer employed by "the city at $105 a.
Charles B. Munday, indicted vice
president defunct La Salle St Trust &,
Savings bank, asks change of venue.,
Says he could not get fair trial be
cause of sentiment of people.
Thos. E. Younger, 3425 Federal,,
head city hall window washer, dead.
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