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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 5:21; sunset, 6:23.
Family of Jos. Coco, 2262 Went
worth av., hurled from beds by blast
from "black hand." bomb today.
Saloon of Fred Wftsiki, 700 S. Ked
zie, held up by 5 men early today. $14.
Trial of Cap't Halpin and six other
police officials to be set today by
Judge Kersten in criminal court.
Arthur Ferdinand, 1861 Winnebago
av., crushed to death while hitching
on cement mixer. Coroner probing.
Heads of city departments who are
to be fired shortly preparing "swan
Coroner Peter Hoffman to print
monthly bulletin to be called "Public
Two autos collided in front of
Blackstone hotel. I. P. Jones, 4159
Vincennes av., driver, cut by glass.
Plans of $500,000 clubhouse dis
cussed by members of Chicago Wom
Chicago Police asked to search for
parents of Alice Norton, 20, found
wandering about streets of Carlisle
Bake shop in Dunning insane asy
lum caught fire. Patients frightened.
Capt Smith, Englewood station, I
says he has in custody 3 of the 5 men
who killed William Weil, aged florish.
Will arrest two others.
Walenty Jakibiak fined $1 and
costs for giving baby beer and whisky
to drink in celebration at home, 9417
Sam Stak, tailor, 1372 E. 55th, ar
rested by wife who says he tried to
blow her up by placing pan of gas
oline near stove.
Dance hall bar law to come up be
fore council at meeting today.
County Judge Scully says presence
of American flag at polling place did
away with much strife.
Chas. McKay, Clencoe blacklayer,
saw home in flames. Ran in to get
wife and children. They had escap
ed. Badly burned.
I. Blank and wife registered from
Paradise at Congress hotel. Took
Patrolman Michael Hurley rein
stated and assigned to Hyde Park
station. Discharged from force for
accepting bribe from dope fiend.
"Count" Erasmus de Dzlubaniuk,
alleged head of 2 households, placed
on probation by judge. Will support
Members of county board to in
spect jail today. Will consider plans
to replace it with $2,000,000 struc
ture. Three men, arrested by Mrs. Bessie
Bierman when she invited them to
flat, discharged by judge.
Edward Briggs, 16, 417 N. Hermi
tage av., killed by Penn. train at
Arbor pi. Picking up coal.
Fire in bakery of Dunning insane
asylum filled buildings with smoke.
Excitement. Small damage.
F. O. Ridelfo, jeweler, 26th and
Lowe av., sentenced to 6 mo. in the
Bridewell. Bought stolen property
Edward Montague, 1722 Muskegon
av., arrested for disorderly conduct
election day, freed. "Only boosting
Thompson," he said.
Joel McEvilly, 5529 S. La Salle,
knocked from wagon by 59th st. car.
New Rogers Park phone exchange
to open April 8. Public invited.
Sam Trembley, 9 bummed way
here from Toledo. Arrested. Asked
judge to send him to Bridewell to
Gov't agents testified to discovery
of hidden furniture in trial of Ernest
Erickson, accused of concealing as
sets In bankruptcy. .
Martin Caven, motorman, dead.
Gas in home, 2435 S. Leavitt. Police
Office of Broderick Coal Co., 3652
Archer av., held up by 2 men. $145.
Speeders Court Judge Jarecki'com
pared motorcycle with snake when-