The roaring New York Gazzette
September 16, 1922 $0.05
"The Great Gatsby" killed in a murder/suicide
Two bodies were found at a mansion in West Egg, Long Island, New York. The bodies were, George B. Wilson, and James Gatz otherwise known as Jay Gatsby. According to all the evidence found, it appears Mr. Wilson shot Mr. Gatsby in the heart and later turned the gun to himself and shot himself in the roof of his mouth. For those who are not aware, Jay Gatsby was a famous millionaire who often threw grandiose parties in which anyone was allow to attend. The people of New York often questioned how it was possible for Mr. Gatsby to make millions in a span of three years. It was later known that Mr. Gatsby owned a chain of drugstores which actually turned out to be a chain of bootleg liquor distributors. A few days ago, Myrtle Wilson, wife of George Wilson, was killed in a hit-and-run. Later, it was found out that it was Mr. Gatsby who was driving that night. Our sources say, that the two may have been involved in an affair together. "This isn't true! You have the wrong facts!" said Nick Carraway, a close friend to the deceased. Others, such as Daisy Buchanan and her husband Tom Buchanan, refused to comment when we inquired about the subject.
Jay Gatsby- Funeral
Tuesday, Sep. 19th 1922 at 2pm
West Egg, Long Island, New York
What's at the theater this week?
Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde- Dr. Henry Jekyll, is an intelligent but uptight scientist who is extremely serious about his work. When his friend, Sir George Carew, takes him to a show featuring the sensual Miss Gina, an aroused Jekyll sets out on a quest to separate man's saintly and sinful sides. His experiments succeed, and his evil alter ego, Mr. Hyde, is created. As the doctor uncontrollably alternates between Jekyll and Hyde, danger looms.
The Flapper-Ginger is sent away to a boarding school for flirting with men, and falls for a man who rides past the school every day. After a classmate robs the school's safe, Ginger is set up to take the fall for the crime