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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Police are digging in basement
at 3155-57 Groveland ave. in
search for bones. Bones of these
girls were found there Sunday.
Policemen were to looki for
traces of a murder mystery yes
terday, but were too busy helping
Andy Lawrence "harmonize" the
David Rosenbach, boarder in
home of Thomas Gallagher, 347
W. Chestnut street, attacked and
mutilated by Gallagher, who ac
cused Rosenbach of attentions to
his wife. Rosenbach will prob
ably die. Gallagher was arrested.
Anthony Rothengas, 1712
Cleveland ave., killed, and five
- persons injured in explosion and
fire in building at 9-11 E. Michi
gan street. Other bodies may be
buried jn debris.
Edward Rohn, 1834 N. Win
chester ave , arrested after chase
in which several shots were fired.
Identified by Peter Dziarnowski
as man who robbed him April 6.
Frank Kapeto, 1612 W. Su
perior, confessed to police yester
day he killed Antone Gasiar after
latter stabbed another man.
Col. Roosevelt blew through
Chicago this morning on his way
to Nebraska to make several
speeches before" presidential pri
Jacob Trestic, 1306 W. 22d St.,
after leaving note addressed to
his parents in Bohemia, shot him-
self through head yesterday. He
had been ill.
Three robbers pointed re
olers at John P Even in his
clolliing store at 5900 N. Clark I
street and ordered him to give up
his cash. Even fought with men
and routedthem, capturing two
That "harmony" Democratic
convention yesterday was better
than a vaudeville show. Three
militia captains were arrested,
one for "impertinence," one for
disturbance, and the third "just
because." Capt. Octigan was re
leased on a writ of habeas corpus,
and filed suit for false arrest
against Judge Owens and Sheriff
Late this afternoon Judge
Owens had not ordered arrest'of
Judge McKinley, and latter had
taken no action against county
judge. From their talk -we
thought both would be in dungeons.
Virginia Oeth, 4, 5045 Lincoln
ave., run down and killed by
street car at Lincoln and Winne
mac aves. A. Burkhant, motor
man, and W. F. Hogel, conduc
tor, arrested, after being threat
ened by mob.
Peoria will now get taste of
"harmony" Cook county enjoy
ed yesterday. Hearst-Harrison
and Sullivan factions will take
contesting delegations to state
John LeClair, teaming con
tractor, 1035 Washington street,
has filed suit for $25,000 damages
against Edwin Anderson, 140 S.
Dearborn street, for alienating"
the affections of his wife, an act
ress, known -as Evon Bouchei.
tWalter Bell and Jennie Tan
key, negroes, arrested in connec-