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The day book. [volume] (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, March 10, 1913, Image 6

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themselves out. Frightened, away.
Peter freed himself and put out fuse.
' Johri'Trapp, 1939 Barry av.f at
tempted suicide. Gun. Despondent
over death of father. May recover,
-,Two men "attempted to hold up V.
Miller, 1118 W. Erie st He scabbed
one of them.' They escaped.
' C. I. Boyle, 4328 Gladys av., weal
thy contractor, attempted suicide in
river. F. A. -Williams, 510 Cass St.,
hung by knees to bridge and. dragged
i him put. fioyle sent to 'Detention
Hospital. ,
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Marinette, Wis., March 10. Mrs;
John Hetkos has decided her hus
. band doesn't care a whole lotior her.
'-Mrs. Hetkos is not 'one who rusties
to conclusions, and is about as slow
and deliberate as the Ulihois legis
lature Js( in giving Ham Lewis a' sal
aried 'job'., ' - ' "
But John's dislike lias become, tod
strong to be overlooked, according
to a story she has tcld the local po
lice. Three times in the last year her
husband has deserted her. The first
time she thought it was merely an
accident. The second time she de
cided it was a "coincidence, when
Hetkos beat it the third time Mrs.
John concluded desertion ivas a har
bit with him, and an) annoying one,
at that.
"She followed him to Chicago, and
discovered him last week: John was
not worryine about friend wife.
When she suggested, it was time for"
mm to come nome and act like ja
regular husband he became peeved.
, "Gos soak yourhead!" shouted
Hetkos. y "
Mrs. Hetkos didn't obey- quickly
enough for John, so he pushed her
off the dock into Lake'Michigan. Mrs.
Hetkos' head was "soaked." 0 were'
other parts of her body.
'"After she has' been fished out of
the water she decided John no longer
cared' rf or her. . "
"He's idriving. me to drink," she
confided to the police.
Defending his sister from the,fren
zied rage .of their father, Peter
Scheibler; 19, shot and instantly kill
ed his" father, Charles Scheibler, in
their home, 5806 S. Fairfield'&vehue,
Young Scheibler was locked up at
Englewood station. He claimed the
shooting was accidental. - '-
According to the boy, the family
was at the breakfast table when
Scheibler became angry at a remark
made by his daughter,, Helma7452
Grabbing a butcher knife he chased
his wife and two younger daughters
our of the house. .
Peter and Helma barricaded them
selves in a closet- Scheibler forced
the door partly open. Peter stuck
a rifle through the opening, aimed at
his father, and fired. ' '
Questioned by the police young
Scheibler declared hi& father abused
the family every 'day.
"He's gone now, andjie won't trou
ble us any more;" said the boy. "He
caused my mother a lot of trouble;
too. He was no good."
The police' declare that after' the
shooting Jie--walked 'into theparlor; -lighted
his pipe, amj sat down, ap
parefitlyvunconcerned over what he
had done. ' ' '
Helma Scheibler "isbeing held as -a
.witness. 'J - '
Women's compensation act having
passed both houses of- the Ohio legis
lature without a jdissenting' vote, It
looks as if there were one law among
American statutes that . pleases,
, 0 0
Orator Horribly dry work speech
ifying in this weather! Adniirer
Dry? I hadn't ought to be dry, for
I have been drinking in every word.
Orator Oh, Indeed! Then I sup
pose you 'nave been making a
draught of my ' speedh?, v -

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