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Joseph Dryck, 17, 3718 S. Lock
wood av., smoked first cigaret. Hos
pital. Married 39 years, Jas. Dillon, 2837
Lyndale av., says life has been reign
of terror. Couple compelled to sign
peace bond by judge.
John O'Brien and Orville Ray fined
in boys' court for running down junk
wagon with auto truck.
Sale of unclaimed articels netted
government $2,362. Held in ware
house at 845 S. Canal st
Mrs. Anthony Wykrto, 901 Orleans
st, found husband with another
woman. He shot and killed self.
Thos. Farrington, I. C. conductor,
John Balke, 19, unable to get work.
S. M. Randon, 2649 Warren av.,
jumped in lake. Drowned.
Fred Cox refused to testify against
3 attendants in 1st School of Theoc
racy, 2146 Washington blvd. Cases
Albert Friedrich, former loop dive
keeper, jumped in lake. Had cancer.
300 women members of Dorothy
Meadows' Drama Circle cheered
when they heard result of champion
ship.fight. Police holding 4 suspects in con
nection with murder of William Weil,
florish, 421 W. 63d.
Two men being held at Hinman po
lice station as passers of bad checks.
West side merchants victims.
Alodino Mariotti, ambulance man
of humane society, bitten by dog.
Clara Reihsen's father called up
Chicago police from Waterloo, la.,
and had daughter arrested as she
stepped from train. On way to be
Oscar Mondine, negro, 4436 S.
State, brought before court for wifet
abandonment. Said she died of heart
disease. Was ordered to attend fu
Izzie Prichson held for murder,
Christy Sweetman as accessory, by
coroner's jury in 'death' of John Mul
vihill. Louisa Dillon, 4239 Broadway, told
police handbag had been opened. $27.
Joseph Koslowski and Tony Lipke,
16, confessed robbery of. jewelry
store. Loot recovered.
Peter Paige, 85, old-time. gambler,
dead. Friends taking up collection
4,000,000 pieces o frnail handled in
postoffice. 700 extra men employed.
Election believed to' be cause of in
CALIFORNIA V.OTED AGAINST
Ontario, Cal., April 6. The sensi
tive natures of two .prize bantam hens
belonging to" G. N. Williams, a poul
try fancier, responded to the spirit of
Eastertide.- Searching-for reason for
nightly empty nests, Williams found
that the thoughtful hens'had laid in a
row of partially filled-paint'pails, pro
viding him. with 14 red, blue and yel
low Easter eggs.
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A FACE FROM THE FATHERLAND
Gen. Von Einem, conspicuous
among the commanders in the Ger
man army forbravery-iaider. fire