It was a good old fashion duel in Chicago's 19th ward back in the USA, back in the bad old days.
It happened like this friends, In the heat of a summer night, in the land of the dollar bill...wait, that's a different Chicago story.
Those shooting it up cowboy style on this date in 1925 were James Vinci
and Joseph "Machine gun Joe" Grannada. Chicagoans were already familiar
with Vinci. He drove the car of shooters who murdered labor racketeer
Mossy Enright in 1920. As for Grannada, well, his moniker says it all.
Both men were in a saloon when a fight broke out between them and they
took to the streets to let their guns finish the argument.
What were they fighting about? Apparently one of them was eating out of a tub of peanut butter while the other was eating a chocolate bar and they bumped into each other and said chocolate bar went into the peanut butter. While they were shooting each other, another guy, Willie "Candy Man" Reese took a bite of the peanut butter drenched chocolate bar and the world would never be the same again.