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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 4:58; sunset, 6:38.
Anna Glickman, 5, 1307 S. Sanga
mon, fell into kettle of hot soup. Dead
Fifteen students driven from Hoff
man prep, school, 1537S. Ashland
av., by fire. Small loss.
Mrs. Mary Larson, 1741 Kimball
av., suicide. Poison. No reason
John Metz, owner of disorderly
houses at 513 N. La Salle st, arrest
ed on vice warrant.
Frank Wypck, 10430 Ericsson av.,
refused to give wife money for sup
port. Sent to Bridewell for year.
Elsie Manning, 1019 Wabash av.,
fined $10 in morals court. Flirted in
Michael Polus, 13, South Chicago,
bought snuff at two stores. Owners
of both fined.
Jas. Flvnn held by coroners jury
for murder of Jas. Holmes. Unwrit
ten law plea vain.
Walter Dzick, 2825 Short, sent to
Bridewell for six months. Abused
Adele Rowland, actress, suing hus
band, Chas. Ruggles, for divorce.
Police looking for Henry Bosch's
dog, 4827 Ellis av. Had jeweled col
lar. Louis Larsen, manufacturer, ar
rested. Former foreman implicates
him in arson charge.
Conrad Mikulia, 2649 W. 24th,
killed by auto at 26th and Washte
naw. Car didn't stop.
Ed Chapman 19, 1436 Edgemont
av., 2620 Fulton, dead. Motorcycle
struck by auto April 14.
Albert Kennett, 70, 854 E. 39th died
of injuries from auto. Coroner ex
Marie Nash, 1436 Edgemont av.,
badly hurt by auto at Clark and Le
land. Bruno Kaminski, 730 Temple st,
told police he killed wife while strug
gling with her for possession of gun.
Bureau of investigation of depart
ment of justice here probing report
that Canadian government is prepar
ing to seize German sailors on U. f.
Michael Lynch, 3634 S. Marshfield,
killed by auto that didn't stop.
Walter Eichwald, 16, 1921 W. 21st,
jumped from bus at La Salle and
Madison and was hurt by auto.
Man in Park Ridge called up Chi
cago to tell of marvelous hen which
laid half-pound Easter egg.
Otis Jackson, prop, of Ohio hotel,
603 N. Clark St., sent to Bridewell for
year. Let man bring girl in his
Parcel post service between U. S.
and Holland discontinued, postmas
ter announces. War blamed.
Chicago typhoid death rate 5.4 per
100,000 population, lowest of any big
Happy little 3-year-old girl found
and taken to Clark st station claim
ed by mother, Anna Czerniczski,
1229 Huron st
May Fields, Bradford hotel, 30th
and Michigan av., found in dazed con
dition. Dying. Police suspect quan-,
tity of opium.
Evidence all taken in Lorimer trial.
Att'ys begin argument.
Helen Kifker, 5, 1703 N. Halsted,
badly hurt by auto, which didn't stop.
Att'y John Curtin, discharged in S.
Clark st court Was accused of
keeping typewriter without paying
AUSTRIA DOESN'T WANT BREAK
Rome, April 22. Austria will bring
strong pressure to bear to prevent,
Germany from breaking with U. S.,
it was learned here today from neu
tral diplomatic source.
Hungarian statesmen in particular
desire that Germany vield to tt. r-
rather than brine matters to hrpnV
It was their influence that caused
Austria to back down completely in
Ancona negotiations with the U. S.