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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 11, 1913, Image 6',
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Orville Legg, Kankakee, III., killed
and Mrs. Legg and three others bad
ly hurt when auto turned turtle near
Grace Carderu 215 S. Centre av.,
and Edward Douglass, 26 S. Sacra
mento blvd., injured when auto was
struck by Madison street car.
Man, posing as night manager,
walked into John R. Thompson's res
taurant, 206 W. 31st St., told waiter
to go and walked out with $20.
John Maloney, 237 N. Paulina st,
arrested when he tried to auction his
furniture to get beer.
Stronger evidence connecting Rob
ert Cade, 18, who has disappeared,
with murder of Benny Holstein given
to Morgan Park police.
Joseph Marano, wanted in Bridge
port, Conn., for murder of Nicholas
Caefer, arrested by Maxwell st. po
lice. Schuettler's gambling squad raid
ed cigar store at 2735 Osgood st and
arrested 10 men. Edward Pincus,
2645 Lincoln av. booked as keeper.
Train of freight cars left tracks of
Chicago & Eastern Railroad at 33d
and Butler sts. Plunged into street
George Lewis worked two days as
clerk at Hannah & Hoggs Hotel, 214
S. Clark st. Disappeared.' So did $50.
Clarence Packer, 7112 Lafayette
av., and Barry Foreman, 6643 Perry
av., rescued from lake near 68th st.
crib. Boat overturned.
Dr. Chas. J. Whalen, former health
commissioner, may be appointed
president state board of health.
Henry Geltner, 1432 S. Trumbull
av., University of Illinois student,
drowned at St. Joseph, Mo. Bathing.
NAT GOODWIN SAYS HE'S
SETTLED FOR GOOD NOW
Boston, Mas9., Aug. 11. "Nat
Goodwin's matrimonial course" la
run, according" to the actor himself.
"The present Mrs. Goodwin is the
right one at last; I'm settled for life
now," announced Nat Goodwin to
day, from the depths of a large easy
chair in his father's home here. The
actor, who is even with DeWolfe
Hooper, with five wives apiece, was
dressed only in a suit of light blue
pajamas and was unshaved when in
terviewed. "Mrs. Goodwin saved my life twice
and I love her most of them all," he
declared. "Of course if I happened
to meet any one of my old wives I
would bow to them if they did to me,
but so far as ever reviving any old
associations goes I'm through with
them fro good."
SHAW CHAUFFEURS HELD FOR
SLUGGING UNION MAN
Three non-union chauffeurs work
ing for the Shaw Taxicab Co. are
under arresti charged with assault
and battery on a union chauffeur.
Robert Lifke, the leader, was ar
rested on Saturday, and Edward P.
Gannon and James Furlong on Sun
day, on warrants sworn out by T. G.
Murphy, a union chauffeur, who
charges that these three and another
non-union - chauffeur working for
Shaw slugged him Friday night at
Madison and Wabash.
Lifke was arraigned before Judge,
Mahoney on Saturday and his case
was set for Friday, Aug 15. Gannon
and Furlong were arraigned before
the same judge at Harrison street
station this morning and their cases
set for the same day.
T. G. Murphy, the union chauffeur
who was slugged, is a cripple, having
no fingers on his right hand. But he
put up a stiff fight against his four
assailants in spite of his crippled
He says a gang of fink sluggers .
have been out after union chauffeurs
whenever they had' a chance to catch
one of them alone.
Assistant State's Attorney Trystal
ski is in charge of the case. He had
Lifke arraigned Saturday so the
judge could get a. look at Murphy's
face, which was badly bruised. The
left eye looked as if it had come in
contact with brass knuckles.