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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 20, 1915, NOON EDITION, Image 4',
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to raise money to pay for jewelry he
"was supposed to have. Judge said his
court was safest place in world for
Grace Shipman, slashed across the
face by maniac in lobby of church, in
serious condition in hospital.
Arthur Holt, former employe of
Wells-Fargo Express Co., charged
with embezzling $145 from company.
Herman Spikman, 4726 Grace,
drowned when boat overturned mile
off Devon av. J. D. eattie rescued.
Albert Daliege. 3322 S. Robey, ex
onerated by coroner's jury for killing
Policeman Fred Huebner in argument
over dog. Self defense.
Body of man believed to be John
Fournier, 64, 210 E 46th, found on
bench in Waldheim cemetery. -Supposed
Thre fires laid to pyromaniac on
North Side. Police searching for him.
Latest in flat building at Montrose
and Sheridan road. m
Mrs. E. N. Marx," former follower
of Ottoman. Hanish of the Mandazan
cult wants $5,750 which she gave to
him to invest, returned.
Mrs. Frank Lay, former wife of
sec'y of Nat'l life Insurance Co.,
wants alimony increased from $300
to $500 a month.
Health Com'n YotJng issues warn
ing to parents and school teachers
against spread of measles. 2,485
cases reported since April 1.
Dis't Att'y Clyne to head prosecu
tions against 40 persons alleged to
have committed perjury in filing civil
Two straw hats weer seen on Mich
igan blvd. yesterday. Believed to be
belated election bets.
Police probing death of Mrs. Sarah
Schaberg, found on couch in flat at
753 Oakwood blvd.
Arthur Sands, a poetic "bo," ar
rested. Was camping on roof of
Madison Gardens skating rink.
i Two men arrested while robbing
Joseph Gryzop, 1449 Cornelia av., by
cop, who jumped from passing car-
JHe shot and wounded one who es
Mrs. E. Dullard, 5451 Wayne av.,
knocked down and robbed by 2 boys
in knickerbockers yesterday. $15.
Detectives followed Mrs. Mary
Johnson, who was carrying food to
son wanted for robbing phone boxes.
He was arrested in barn.
Edward and Locida Karps, 3-year-old
twins, 2109 Leavitt, found asleep
under bench in Lincoln park.
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ITALY MAKES FINAL DEMAND
ALLIES BEGIN DRIVE
Rome. Italy's last word to Aus
tria, which is expected to take the
form of an ultimatum, is expected to
come at any time. The nation is
ready for war. So certain is official
dom that the conflict cannot long be
postponed that the Austrian ambas
sador has wired his brother to pre
pare his Insbruch villa for his occu
pancy. The frontier is a scene of activity.
Military preparations are feverishly
Paris. "This is no time even to
sugegst peace talk. Stoppage of the
war at this time would benefit only
Germany. The allies have assumed
the task of crushing Prussian militar
ism and must refuse to be diverted
from that task."
That is the word given Col. E. M.
House, personal friend and "observ
er" for President Wilson, who is now
in this city.
London. From a point near the
sea in Belgium to the vicinity of Lille
the British troops are forcing the
German entrenched line back. The
center of the attack is to the east
of Ypres and the main strength of
the British force is believed here to
extend northward beyond Pilken.
While the British are forcing the
fighting on the extreme northwest of
the long battle line, the French are
also very active at the other extrem
ity, in Alsace, where the drive to
ward the Rhine is gaining impetus