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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 01, 1912, Image 1

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A QEMON 0&LOVE"--TQDAYS SHORT STORK
THE DAY 'BOOK
500 S. PEORIA ST. 398
TEL. MONROE. 353
VoLl, No. 265' Chicago, Thursday, Aug-. 1, 1912. OneCent
ACCUSED BREAKS DOWN .
New Yorl Aug. 1. "Dago
Frank" Qrocisi, cmevof the four
men whoJacttfally killed Herman
Rosenthal, broke 'doa- today
after being identified bv eye-wit
nesses to the crime, and sent Word-
io rne aistnct attorney tnar ne,
was wilfinj&to reveal mis part in
i:he,slaying
If Cirocisi confesses he. will
'probably he allowed to plead sec
ond degree-murder and escape the
He declares that either "Lefty
Louie" -of'Whifey Lewis" fired
the shots that killed Rosenthal:
Important revelations, are ex-
pected to be mader 'by Sahi
Schepps1, an associate of Jacl
Rose, vho rode in the: auto witht
Rose the night before the'murder,
and hearci Ljeut. Beckefcollec-
tor planning" the removal pf Ros-
enthal with SeHg gun , men.
Sche.pps is said , to know moie
than any other man about how
police graft was collected -in ithe
downtown district.
BOMB EXPLOSION '
A dynamite bomb," exploded
early this morning at the sicfe
door of the saloon of Manny Ab-
rams, Wjjst Side jTohtician, at
92l W! 12fh street, partially
wrecked the saloonandjdrove the
tenants in the bailing to the
street in panic, v
The bomb, withacIpckwork at
tachment, was placed Just inside
the door of the building, the two
upper floors of which are occu
pied by tenants. TheiSf ce of the;
blast was terrific? windows in the
immediate neighborhood hemg
shattered. -iA-j ?
. No arrests hayebeen made. It
is believed by "f Jie,pQlice that the
explosion was another gambling
outrage, or was'set' there by poli
tical enemies of Abrams, who, is
an associate-of etx-Senator'' Wil
liam Lorimef, ' f "
Abrams .declared there fna4
been no gamblingat his'placefQr
a year, and" that lie thought, poli
tical differences had been forgot
ten. " - " ,
' C5QODBYE-DOCTOR
York, England Aug.5 Lpr.
Richard jQufne of Manchester,
whA was 'waiting here until the
storm blew over, may 'have to
mo.ve on. The doctor may eyen
have to leave England until his
mistake is 'forgotten. The news
papers are following him.
Dr. Quine, in an address before
Mi
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