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shorin Tight in saloon at 4324 S. Ash
Lavine Pierson, 49, 5940 S. Wood,
suicide. Rope. Financial troubles.
Martin Leonard sent to county jail
30 days. Mrs. Maxine Byers, friend,
says he took money and clothes.
Mayor Thompson sent letter to
secretary of state of Nebraska -withdrawing
name from presidential bal
lot Mayor Thompson has right to cast
deciding vote in tie in council, ac
cording to opinion of Corp. Counsel
Thomas Kelly, contractor wanted
in Canada, ordered to jail in Wauke
gan by Washington officials. Fighting
Frank Wren, actor, Revere house,
had skull fractured in argument with
August Seminary, 452 N. Green, at
Madison and Clark.
Mildiate Velanzos, 801 S. Halsted,
reported loss of $500 to police. Con
men used handkerchief game.
Judge to be assigned today to hear
case of William Lorimer, indicted in
La Salle St. bank failure.
John Fisher, 3541 Indiana av., ar
rested. Dominick Jercich, 2358
Wentworth av., lost $800 in poker
Francis Harvert, 16, died today.
Shot himself after he failed in exam
inations at Northwestern "U."
Two arrested in Gary when en
gineer found tie on track of Michigan
Central R. R.
Joseph Prendergast, 916 W. 64th
pi., food inspector, indicted. Accus
ed of taking bribe from grocer.
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