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LOCAL EVENTS IN TABLOID FORM
Ewald Shiblawski, Frank Shib-
lawski, Philip Sommerling and
nomas Schultz were hanered in
the county jail this morning for
e murder of Fred Guelzow.
(They were executed in pairs, the
jtwo Shiblawskis being first. The
.trap was sprung at 10:18. The
last two were hanged half an
Thomas Jennings, the negro
murderer of Clarenre Hiller, was
hanged on the same scaffold
shortly after noon.
Frank Graczyk, 1232 Cleaver
street, shot his wife twice in the
breast this morning, and then put
a bullet through his own head.
Both will die. Jealousy is thought
to have caused the traeredv. The
bodies were found by their chil
j dren, who were awakened by the
ine young woman who has
been working the "envelope swin
dle" on the North Side, has turn
ed to West Siders as victims.
Abraham Vinek, saloonkeeper,
1311 S. Kedzie, and M. Schlicher,
grocer, 3506 Ogden, were "stung"
Thomas A. Rose former mail,
carrier, has sued Mrs. Cornelia'
Ludlow, Mrs. Fannie Hypes,
Mrs. Beatrice G. Morris, Mrs.
Bertha M. Atwater and Mrs. An
na Garnett Clark, all of Evanston,
for $25,000 damage, alleging they
were in conspiracy to have him
Rose was discharged from the
posloffice department last De
cember. .It was rumored that he
had been too attentive to daugh
ters of the women named while
delivering the mail.
Mordecai Brown, the three-fingered
Cub star, says he will stay,
in the game if traded, but refuses
to go to Philadelphia. Declares
he can get more money on some
other team than Murphy will pay,
Fire early today destroyed six-,
story building at 129 S. Water
street, occupied "by John Hart
man & Co., produce dealers.
Lieut. Deitchman, Engine Co.
No. 13, cut by breaking glass.
Property loss estimated at $25,
000. Frank Tonosa, 3734 Cottage
Grove ave., a newspaper dealer,
arrested and identified as man
who stabbed and perhaps fatally
wounded Thomas Marzzottoe,
1920 W. Lake, another news
dealer. Alleged attack occurred
after victim refused to comply
with assailant's demand for
Because his wife knew every
street car conductor on the North
Side, and they all greeted her
with "Hello, there, girlie," when
ever she got on a car, Edward C.
Kraemer was given a divorce.
Albert Eaker, 3904 Grenshaw
ave., captured pickpocket "by
throwing him to floor of Ogden
ave. car and sitting on him until
"Miss Brinkley sent a note to
the editor, saying that she had
gone to the theater with nothing
but a thin wrap." From the
Merikin. And this on the same
page with Dr. Parkhurst's arti-