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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 29, 1911, Image 12',
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iOCAL EVENTS IITABLOiq FORM
Ewald Shiblawski, 24; Frank
-Shiblawski, 21; Philip Sommer
ling, 34, and Thomas Schult7, 19,
sentenced to hang, and Frank
Kita 16, and Thomas Suchmo
ski, 16, jjiven life terms, for mur
der of Fred W. Guelzow, truck
gardener, night of Oct. 20, at
Lincoln and Peterson, aves.
Four negroes attempted to rob
iV: Pischel, Naperville, 111., at S.
State and' 17th street early today.
Fifed on by police. One man,
giving name of Edward Potee,
captured. Others escaped.
Joseph Novak,- hungry .and
penniless, threw brick through
window in Railway Exchange
building early today. Said he
wanted term in Bridewell and
Emil Zurnueheim, 11, 2133 W.
50th street being sought for mur
der of his 7-year-old playmate,
Richard Schapanski. Shot ,hjm
with revolver' and disappeared.
Hiram ,L. 'Sanger, widower,
sued in $15,000 breach of promise
suit by Miss. Sophia Blumenfield,
5473 Ridewood court. She says
he has jilted three. women in past
William R." Robinson, grocer,
556 W. Adams street, fired on
three robbers who tried to hold
up his store. They fled, return
Mrs. Anna Nelson, 35 S. Aber
deen street, tried to commit sui
cide yesterday in cell at Des
plaines street station.
Two 'robbers drove to grocery
of Joseph Dinn,. 1016 W. Lake
took $65 from cash register and
stole dozen turkeys. Dinn cried
"Murder, police," and ran out of '
"store While he was out other''
people 'entered nd took rest of"
turkeys. Total Joss $300. No ar
rests. Miss Mary.Sturtz, 1726 Bal-A
moral ave., robbed of purse conr,
taining $11 by masked man oij
N. PauHna street last night. 0t
John Pettit, 746 Bowen aye. "
didn't like soup wife made. Beat;)?
her. Fined $200'and costs. ,
Pearl Clyburn, 18 years old, So
Bishop st, forced at point of re?j
volver to enter ah alley,, wherdj
she was assaulted by a negro. ,3
Mrs. Mary Huges, 62, nearly
frozen, appealed to police for shelt-;
ter. Came from Cleveland injj
search of work.
J. B. McGash, Stewart ave.
sh6t and killed himself last nighty
A red-haired, brown-eyed baby
boy, 2 months old, waS found on
a doorstep W 36th st., last nighty
Taken to St.' Vincent's Infant
V. Regal, 5959 S. Wodd streets
robbed of $650 by two men as he
was boarding street car at 47th,
Mrs. Anna Godfried cut
naii aim uunncu nci oi;tt. uua-A
band's clothes to get work and
earn enough money to feed and
clothe her husband and four:j
children was-offered a "man'ss
size job" today making DTicks."
She took the job. .
Why not give father a ton of,K
her sick hus-,4