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WHAT HAPPENED IN CHICAGO
Five masked men entered home
of Mrs. Helen Baumann, 3830
Honore st,, and shot Mrs. Bau
mann and her daughter Elizabeth.
Mrs. Baumann is wounded in
lef shoulder'and right side. She
may die. Elizabeth is wounded in
left arm. Both at St. Bernard's
Motive of the shooting is not
known. Mrs. Baumann is a wid
ow. Police suggest either robbery
or a feud.
John Narabek, 10106 Buffalo
av., loved Emma Lemar, 18, 10722
Green Bay av. Asked mother for
her hand. Mother said no. John
drank carbolic acid and died.
Cornelius Casey, 5217 Halsted
St., found dead in wagon standing
in front of 61 47th st. Carbolic
Norris Hardy, former reporter
on New York world, drunk, fell
into lake off Harrison st. Police
saw his feet sticking up and res
Fire gutted Yondorf 's Hall, 754
W. North av. Henry Benziger,
caretaker, his wife and Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Schausenger, room
ers, rescued by firemen.
Rev. T. F. Dornblaser, Grace
Lutheran Church, says America
needs new national progressive
church as well as new national
Joseph M. Carpenter, teamster,
committed suicide by inhaling gas
in his room, 2385 Ogden av.
Alfred Coles, 82, 1941 Fremont
av., found dead in bedroom. Re
volver by side with otte chamber
1tctiitrra1 T3n1Tf- listlA A11nry
but no wound in Coles' Sody.
Call for all Progressive editorSg
of country to meet here Aug. 3,r
two days before Progressive na-.
tional convention, issued.
Progressive ward mass meet--u
ings to be held tonight. Delegates
to state convention to be chosen.,.
This is where the Tribune's fine"
work will come in. The Cook
county delegates will control the.,
If delegates chosen tonight are
for third party state ticket there
will be a third party state ticketj
If they aren't, there won't. " .
Patrick Gooley, 5254 S. Ash
land ave., couldn't get work.j
Gertrude Smith, 14, who es-
caped from House of the Gqod
Shepherd, to which she was com-
mitted as incorrigible, discovered
at camp meeting in Glen Ellyn.
Daniel Webster, Darlington,
Wis., came to Chicago to have a'
rip roaring time. He did and
landed in jail.
' Wm. J. Galligan appointed sec
ond assistant superintendent of
streets by Commissioner of Pub
lic Works McGann.
A mass meeting has been called
at council chamber, city hall, next
Wednesday t 2 o'clock. It's up
to the public to "show sufficient
8 autoists were fined $50 each, '
one $75 and 6 motor cyclists were
fined $30 each in the auto court.
Mrs. Carter H. Harrison has
written new book, entitled "The
Lady of the Snows."