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vator shaft in Royal Insurance build
ing, LaSalle and Jackson.
Michael Polovitch, 8, 2248 Lumber
av., killed when he.attempted to hang
on wagon. H. Eckart, 23, 1919 S.
Lawndale av driver, arrested.
- While in patrol Wagon for disor
derly conduct, Wm. J. Kennedy, 2931
W. Monroe St., attempted suicide by
cutting arteries of his wrist. Failed.
Municipal Judge Uhlir in Court
of Domestic Relations fined Wm.
Litchfield, manager Hirsh-Wickshire
Wholesale Clothing Co., $5 and costs
in each of three cases-of violation of,
child labor law.
Baleasoro Caccitto surrenderee) at
detective headquarters after being
searched for for more than a year.
Wanted in connection with murder
of Max Eards in "Little Italy." De
Body of Peter Anderson, Chicago
Heights, found in de,ep hole near
Steger, H. Missing since last Tues
day. Believed he fell in.
Curtain in boarding house, 732
Emerson av., Evanston, caught fire.
30 co-eds-making Welsh rarebit in
room. Put fire out with rugs. Small
Twenty horses rescued when fire
partly destroyed stable of Sumiyside
Express Co., 4443 Ravenswood Park
av. Large, loss.
SILK. WORKERS PARADE AT
FUNERAL OF SLAIN COMRADE
Patterson, N. J., April 22. Striking
silk mill workers joday planned a
great demonstration. Twenty-five
thousand members of the L W. W.
"will form in line and march from St.
Michael's Roman Catholic church- to
the cemetery, two miles out of the
city, to attend the burial of Antonio
Valona, shot and killed by a police
man three days ago.
.Valona was a striker, but; was sit
ting in front of his home when struck
by a bullet fired at rioterSi
The strike leaders.heard today that
5,000 strikebreakers were enroute
herefrom different parts of the coun
try, and the demonstration was plan
ned in a measure" as' aBhow of
strength, in the 'hope that the mill
officials would re-consider, and order
the strikebreakers back: Five hun
dred are expected to" arrive iefe to
nigh. The police fear trouble.
CALIFORNIA FAILS -TO ACT ON
Sacramento, Cal., April -22. No
decisive action on the land bill which
will prevent Japanese holding prop
erty in this state is expected today
In the legislature.
There is overwhelming sentiment
in support of the anti-alien land legis-r
lation, but the advocates differ on
the plan to be followed. Numerous
amendments are sure to be offered;
and lengthy debates will follow. The
suggestion of President Wilson will'
be considered In framing the law fro
final passage. v
Gov. Johnson's statementdeprec
ating flhe "hysteria and wild' outcry,"
has had little effect oh the situation..
Legislators, say he. will beforced into1
the ,6peh, and public opinion will de
mand that 'he sign any ariti-alient
land-owning bill parsed.
LATE NEWS N V
.Brussels, Belgium. Premier Chas.
de Broqueville announced this, after-,
noon in the chamber of deputies that
the government had. accepted ,the
resolution .introduced by F- Masson,
the -tibera leader, providing for. a.
compromise in response to the de
mand for manhood suffrage and the
abolition of the system that allows
plural voting by the wealthy. This,
means that the strike which has been
conducted without violence and in
which half a million wprkers-Jiava
joinedwill end at-once. "
Hamburg, The Hamburg-Amer
ican liner Imperator, grounded in the.
Elbe, was floated late thls.Afterhdon
and went on way to Cuxhaven to pre
pare for trial trip tomorrow when
Kaiser Wilhelm will be passenger.