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BLACK HANDERS STILL BUSY
"Practice makes perfect" and the
homemade bombs which the "Black
handers are exploding in the vicinity
of the homes of rich Italians may
soon reach .stage of perfection when
a few lives will be lost everytime one
is set off.
The Chicago police department has
a large blackhand squad. Aid. Rod
riguez recently said that one of the
residents of his ward showed him a
blackhand letter and when the alder
man asked him why he didn't take it
to the police the man replied that if
he did the blackhanders would know
about it before nightfaH
Last night another bomb was ex-
ploded in front of the bakery of Do
minick Tufano at 628 S. Aberdeen,
st. The entire front of the two story
structure was blown away yet no
body was injured. The same thing
has happened several times this win
ter in other localities.
Tufano said he has received several
black hand letters recently.'
Miss Mollie Junius, manager of
National Tea store, 4355 Lincoln av., .
ninth victim of "coffee store robber."
Got $25 at point of gun.
Deputy sheriffs reported to hav
shot a striker at Corn Products Re
fining Co., Argo. .