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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, February 10, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 3

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BROTHER OF CHICAGO BANKER
SHOOTS SELF THROUGH HEART
M. M. Reynolds, brother of Geo.
M. and Arthur E. Reynolds, president
and vice president of the Continental
and Commercial National bank, com
mitted suicide at his home, Ponora,
la., last night
Reynolds shot himself through the
heart. His wife had left him and was
living in California. This and other
family troubles are believed the cause
for his act
All of the Reynolds family started
in the banking business in Ponora.
George and Arthur went to Des
-o
Moines and later came to Chicago
where they rose to prominence in the
financial world. M. M. Reynolds re
mained in Ponora and become presi
dent of the Guthrie County National
bank. His fortune is estimated at
half a million.
Geo. Reynolds has been seriously
ill in California, but is much im
proved. o o
AUSTRIA MUST EXPLAIN
Washington, Feb. 10. Note asking
for investigation and explanation of
alleged attack on Standard Oil tank
er Petrolite by Austrian submarine
has been sent to Austria,
RUNAWAY WIFE AND HUSBAND RECONCILED
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A reconciliation between Mr. and Mrs. Van Lee Hood of San Diego,
Cal., has been effected, following her sensational disappearance from home
and "her surrender to the police in Salt Lake City, where Raymond M.
Dobbs, negro chauffeur of the Hoods, was also taken into custody. Mrs.
Hood has sworn to an affidavit declaring that she left home merely to
arouse her husband's attention, as she was jealous. Dobbs, the .negro,
accompanied her ostensibly as a servant. He was not prosecuted
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