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LOCAL EVENTS IN TABLOID FORM
. Miss Mamie Hossmer, 1148
Wl Monroe street, found uncon-
scious in hallway this morning,
" withsbullet wound in left leg. Said
she had been to dance, returning
J about 3 o'clock. Then" went out
1 to mail letter. As she entered
hall on return shot was fired.
Says she did not see assailant.
Nicholas Reirihardt, 76, cut his
t throat early this morning ,at "the
home of his daughter, 11328 In-
" diana ave. In bad health for
i, years. May recover.
Heavy fog caused four rear-end
collisions on Chicago and North
western railroad in vicinity of
j- Austin ave. crossing early today.
Two railroad employes slightly
EdwardHemshel internally in
jured in crash of two crowded W.
North "ave. cars' af N.' Spaulding
ave. this morning? "Other passen
George Goebel, 1816 Welling
ton street, and Otto -Jarr, 1825
Barry'ave., shot early this morn
ing by. Policeman Max Schmidt,
whomthey tried1 to hold up at
Belmorit-antf, Lincoln aes. Goe
bel wounded in abdomen,'and will
probably die. Jarr shot in right
elbow. Goebel tried to kill the
policeman-, but his revolver miss
ed fire. Jarr is alleged to have
confessed the pair robbed .seven
if men previous to the shooting.
John Cummings and Patrick
O'Donnell arrested after they had
v, broken window in jewelry store
of A. Wolf & Co., this morning,
and were preparing to make off
with $500 worth of watches.
"Big Fred" Boneham, member
of the gang which murdered Mrs.
Edmund Kaufman, captured, and
has confessed his share in crime.
Says George Rabenau fired fatal
shot. Police trailing Rabenau and
John' Stacy, remaining members
of band. Rabenau says the kill
ing was not premeditated, but
they went out with the intention
to "stick up anybody that, looked
Mabel D.'Chapin, IS, who elop
ed to Crown Point with Stephen
E. Chapin, 23, Sept. 11, asks that
marriage-be annulled. Chapin is
restaurant keeper, and wife was
f orcn-arly his cashier. She says he
beat her after they were married.
Factory- inspector's office, is
having examination made of em
ployes of L. Wolff Mfg. Co., for
traces' of lead poisoning. Chica
go Federation of Labor has had
analysis of material used in
enameling process, and it is said
to contain high per cent of arsenic
College School at Kenilworth,
is suing B. E. Tilden for $150.60
tuition for Tilden's son, who left
school before term was up. Young
Tilden says the food-was bad. and
he had to quit when he found a
worm in his soup.
L. A. Witherill, 5215 Indiana
ave., run over and seriously -in-jured(
by wagon last night.
Edna Meyers, 118 N. Sangam
mon, and Patrick Devlin, 1416
Park ave., died in the bridewell
yesterday. They were sent there
by judge Maxwell for disorderly '
August FeldJ, "driver of auto