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ONE. MAN WOUNDS
MYSTERY IN KILLING
OF RICH MAN WHILE IN
Entered as-Second-Class Matter April 21, 1914, at the Fostodce at -.
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VOL.3, NO. 189 Chicago, Saturday, May 9,1914 ONE CENT
REAL SLAYER IN "RITUAL MURDER"
CASE FOUND IN AMERICA
Mendel Beilis Cleared Wife of Government Official at
Kiev Killed Boy Because He Had Discovered
Criminal ' Act of HerysLFamous ' -
i. Sleuth Got the Dope ''
New York, May- 9- -The-greatest
murder mystery of this century has
at last been cleared up.
The secret of the Beilis case, which
has kept Russia in a furor for three
years, and focused the attention of
the world on Kiev, has been ferreted
out by the famous "Sherlock Holmes
America has furnished the clichfng
Nicholas Krasovsky,. the detective
who ran it down, has just returned to
Russia with affidavits that not only
'establish the innocence of MendT'
Beilis beyond cavil, but fix the crime
of killing Andrew Yuschinsky upon
the real murderers.
Krasdvsky has absolutely estab
lished the fact that it was. Vera Che
beriak, queen of a criminal gang in
Kiev, who killed young Yuschinsky
assisted by her brother, Peter Singa
yevsky, and two other members ol