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CHICAGO DOINGS BRIEFLY TOLD
Death watch was placed today
over Ewald and Frank Shiblaw
ski, Philip Sommerling and
Frank Schultz, convicted of the
murder of Fred Guelzow, a truck
gardener, whom they brutally
beat and stabbed to death. Their
execution is set for Friday.
Bandit held up Otto Birbling,
waiter in cafe at 3408 N.-Clark,
and took $13. Birbling secured
gun and tried o' hold up the
hold-up. Polic'et finally arrested
the robber, Carl Bauman, who
said he neede'd the money.
Edward B'. Reilly, 1228 Diver
sey, beaten'and robbed of $17by
three men early today in alley off
Harrison street, between Green
Miss Edith Abbott, before the
Women's Trades Union league,
advocated establishment of pub
lic labor bureau under direction
of board of education to watch
over and care for boys after leav
William A. Mason, owner of
the Wilson Avenue Bank, Rav
enswood, has just discovered that
his absence has caused the clos
ing of his bank, and is returning
to the city, according to a tele
gram purporting to be sent by
him from Erie, Pa. His books
show a shortage of $29,800.
Body of unidentified man found
at foot of stairway in building at
southwest corner of Archer ave.
and 22nd street early today. Man
about 25 years old and well dress
ed. Pockets turned inside out
and watch missing. Deep cut on
head. Police investigating.
Twenty-five women and men,
members of sleighing party, in
jured when their vehicle was
struck by Cottage Grove car at
E. 55th street and Ellis ave. Flor
ence Greenbaum, 21, 4927 Grand
blvd., John Birmingham, 6249
Madison ave., and James Hayes,
4520 State, removed to hospital
in serious condition.
Detectives from Chicago ave.
station raided the Villiage Inn,
63 W. Erie street early yesterday
and arrested 11, inmates. Beer
and whisky confiscated. Mrs.
Lizzie Ferenke, keeper of the
place, assaulted Lieut. West
brook, in charge of raiding party.
TheUoud report this afternoon
was Gov. Woodrow Wilson of
New Jersey, who blew into town
accompanied by his presidential
boom to speak before the Iro
quois club. He said he was satis
fied with the way he had been
greeted on his trip through the
William Wetley, engineer on
Grand Trunk R. R., scalded to
death in engine cab when valve
George Rabenau, John Stacey,
Fred Boneham and William R.
Channell, held in connection with
the murder of Mrs. Hattie Kauf
man night of Dec. 2, will be plac
ed on trial tomorrow.
Mrs. Theresa Karsa, 615 S.
5th ave f mistook carbolic acid
for medicine, and drank contents
of bottle. In serious condition
in hospital. .
Woman believed to be Mrs. F.
Hillman, 7220 Champain ave., run