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G. H. BRAUNSCHWEIG SHOOTS J. H. RAAP, THEN COMMITS SUICIDE. Double Crime the Outcome of an Alleged Embezzlement by the Murderer from His Victim, for Which the Former Had Just Been Arrested--Evidence That the Homicide Was Premeditated--Futile Efforts of Slayer to Avoid Prison. Leading Up to the Murder. Tries to Effect a Settlement. Scene of the Crime. Raap in the Trap. Note in Braunschweig's Pocket.
Chicago Daily Tribune (1872-1922) - Chicago, Ill.
Date: Apr 24, 1897
Start Page: 5
Pages: 1
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Deputy Sheriff Philip Salomon stood with his back to the beer cooler in J. H. Raap's wholesale liquor house, No. 574 Milwaukee avenue, yesterday morning at 8:45 o'clock and read in a perfunctory way a capias that charged G. H.

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