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Racine Daily Journal (Newspaper) - April 2, 1897, Racine, Wisconsin fil VOLUME XXXII, 7S. TIACIXE, WISCONSIN, TEIDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 2, 1S07, PRICE T1IREE CENTS. Daring Daylight Hold-Up In Chi- cago at IN THE BUSINESS DISTRICT b> Two M uf In Uol Hlm-ll. MMJT UU. CIUCAOO, April A darlnjr rob- bery wan committed In tlm dlBtrlet about noon. A meBBiinirer t-m- ployed by tlm woolen llrm of Kiihn, Nuthuli it I'luher WIIB riibbi'd of I'.I.OOII lifter belni; beaten Into liiBeimlblllty by two men, oim of whom wan sent wltli llm buy to protect him and the money. Tlm rohbei-H and the ineMBi'iiKi-r N In tlm hoKpltiil lit tlm iMiInt of death. In- fort) thin mmm man iieeompanled tlm incKMenKcr when 1m carried tlioiiBiuidH
county, states tlui't Tom Ogelthorp, a farmer, neeuned his wife of Intimacy with Henry Snyder, a farm hand. The wife then left him. Ogelthorp then hunted up Snyder and shot and killed him and then killed himself. MEAN APRIL FOOL JOKE. Billy W.uiwn 1.IU nil Wllil (Inn.. CIIICACO, 111.. April Apparently an unknown woman wlslieil to ix-r tnite an MlLfmils' day Julie upon the llfe-BHvlniJ crew ycBterday. She tele phoned the signal Ma'tloli that Ing oloop had live miles out from the fnot of Torty-thlrd street, nnd that several men were In great peril out In the cold water. Immediately Capt. rountaln of -thi llfi-xavlngBtiitlou called up Uunhaliri and the services of a lug The o, II. (Jrccii was BOOH steaming In the direction of the witpposed wreck wltll Ciipt. Thornton and four of tin life-saving crew on board. Nothing could be found of a boat. Nor eould 'the men discover any traces of the disaster. After traversing the fur some time. Capt. italu irdered a return to the Hlgiml station Heiv he communicated the Informa- tion furnished by the unknown wo. man lo the Jackson park life-savers Tin1 latter went out with their life. boat, but were nmilde to discover nnj trace of the alleged wreck. The mat ler may have been a hoax put up 01 the lite-savers. __ __ OBITUARY. Mrs. Alvlna Walker, widow of tin late William Walker, of the town o Mt. Pleasant, died at the St. Mary's hospital yesterday afternoon, aged '.M years, lleceascd was one of the oldes and best known of tin county, and when the estate of he late h'ushand was settled up there wa left This WIIH entrusted to th mr, WIIH Htartled upon dlscorurlng.tlm iody of a man lying In th (odileiits In the'vicinity wero led of tlm ghnHtly Hull and but It never occurred to themes :hat the should bo lllled, at, uny rate. It wan after nut night when' Mr, Housck und >rn camo to tlm city and Coroner Strlpple, that the body, had iceii found. Mr. Housck Bluted that' Surveyor S..O, Knight, who out hut way, wan told of -the. ind they supposed that was mUllelcnt. Coroner Strlpjde, accompanied by City Marshal Sam Mniidcrnon und oth. TH, repaired to the Stratesky farm mil took charge of thu dead'man; The body XVIIB In n bad of de- composition. Tlm face, or Jlesh, had mtlroly dlwippeured, leaving only'tho bones, and the remainder of tlm body WIIH decayed. A thorough examina- tion WIIK made, lint not the leant thing1 WIIH found that would lead to Idcntlll- rim coroner ordered tlm body jrought In to tlm morgue of GHB Mcr- teiiH where It was viewed by many, mt Identification was not HKtabllihcd, It Is that of n man S feet (I Inches tall; from '1.11o years of ago; must liave weighed HIS pounds; brown Imlr. with a slight of grnyt lilack overcoat; black.dress coat and' black nnd.'black imntuloons; whlta shirt nnd white, turn down collar and. bluck neclrtloj lilnck gaiters and now rubbcm and black stockings. .In tlm tlm pantaloons was found n pockutbook with n nlclclc In It. Thero nn papers, no pocket'., knife, handkerchief or In fact, any tides that would help to bring, thr identification of remains. Some ix-rsoim were.of. thn that It was tlm body of Michael gun, whii disappeared ..from couple of months ago and his lives were notified and camn In Horllcksvlllo this, morning and v the same. The two soiiB of Mr.' Hogan v the morgue, and examined -thn and at once said It tho f their father. i When the body was illncoveredlif: thi re was a revolver found under or near tlm Six shots had been llrnd.'iuid'onn remained In the weapon. A hole, the center of '1110 forolmad orl deuce, that the man had been shot and, there Is little doubt but that ho coinr i( milled sulollic, A question which bothered tlm oner, Dr. Slmitm and closely examlimd tho was whether It WIIB n case of murder. The holn In tlm forehaad, idcull, looked larger than woiilrt, been made from a bullet of the' volvcr found, Thou again tho lower, part of-the collar had been out off the tup of tho shirt also cut If all chances of Iduntltlcntlon would bt) destroyed. It Is bnUevcd name WIIB on tlm collar und HODY I At It o'olock this morning PoUtf, Hllbom called at the morgun a ognlzod Urn body as that of.i'ihl brotlmr, NIchohiB poured from his luJHrdllifi: January o. At tho tluio rathrr Btrangoly nnd .took from hls-trunU and said'that; going to commit milclds.. about C3 years of ugo .und by trade. i ThU ftftornoon. prooueJud to hold (Ico When It ivan of thn juryman -wan ouA not bo found und another bo found an a tuhutltuta.. ThoV mony was In flffont Umt.tlin bod; found, that his name ...wns Nle llllhom and that ho dinappct nary 0. JIo u tlon ami n single, Hit A'ulstunt Poor Agent work jtaclted up niirt loft the poor offlw terduy. A niMtlnff oft lief Association will ur hold H row ovenlng.'nt which'tlmo-MtC? will submit n amount of work 1m tng the proplo gated and the iiiuotint Hf-inonoyjjii Subucrllio ior. thu
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