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McGivern, John Mullen, Joseph
Kodell and George Taylor.
Mrs. W. H. Starr, -wife of phy
sician, 5901 Prairie ave., says bur
glars entered her home Saturday
night, gagged and robbed her and
set fire to her clothes. Detectives
'Safe blowers failed in -attempt
to crack'safe that contained more
than $2,000, so they took -$500
worth of merchandise from John
S. Edwards' clothing store, 2741
Mrsj-Freda Goodman, 555 W.
Taylor St., wife of Jacob Good
man, who was shot in attempted
hold-up at cigar store, 436 So.
Clark St., May 5, and died yester
day, offers $500 reward for cap
ture of assailant.
, Nine persons injured when So.
Halsted st. car ran into Adams
Express Company wagon at So.
Clark and Polk sts. "
'Body of well-dressed man
found in Lake Michigan, foot of
Hawthorn place. Gash 2 and y2
inches wide on head, similar
wounds on chin and right ear.
Man weighed 200 pounds, about 5
feet 10 inches tall.
Henry OKoenigsberger, 21,
Bellevue place, clerk, secretary of
state's office, Springfield, severe
ly injured by unidentified assail
ant who struck himover head
with club as he left saloon, 1038
No.' State st. No motive known.
Robert Lindsay, colored, 43 E.
Michigan St., stabbed by Astro
Corbin, qUarrel over card game.
Corbin escaped. Lindsay may
5-tEEankrJannaSj &74 rScw Hali
sted st., held up by 3 men who
threw sack over head and drag
ged him 3 blocks into alley, beat
him into unconsciousness, and
robbed him of $60 and gold
A man believed to be Adolph
G. Aubach, 2618 W. Division .St.,
committed suicide last evening at
Dean hotel,' 211 No. Clark st.
Swallowed slow poison and turn
ed on gas. , Notes from "loan
sharks" found in pocket lead po
lice to believe he was hounded.
Robert' Waddell, 7, 6814 Par
nell ave., knocked down and right
leg brqken, Parnell ave. and W.
69th st: by auto of S. M. Bowsti,
7023 Yale ave.
Burglars entered home of Act
ing Lieut of Police Michael
Gqlden, 7540 Rhodes ave. Es
caped with $75 worth of clothing.
C. N. Slaybeck, 60, 5404 In
diana ave., retired member board
of tra.de, struck and seriously in
jured by auto at 55th and Indiana.
Machine owned "by M. Weinberg,
People's Garage. and Auto Co.,
Arthur Nelson, chauffeur.
.David 'Ryan Twomey, presi
dent Gaelic league, Chicago, in
speech to members, said Ireland
would be Gaelic speaking, coun
try in 50 years.
H. Movite, Japanese 'cook, ar
rived from Seattle Saturday, met
"nice" young, stranger. Had 4
drinks. Stranger took $80.
Knockout which Judge McKin
ley 'intends giving Andy Law
rence's gifted protege, Judge
Owens, has been delayed indefin
itely. "Mrs. Albertine Behlke 694425