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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, July 03, 1912, Image 1',
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FULL-TELEGRAPHIC AND CABLE NEWS SERVICE
OFTHE UNITED PRESS .
500 S. PEORIA ST.
TEL. MONROE 353
Vol. 1, Nci. 240 Chicago, Wednesday, July 3, 1912 One Cent
- TEN MEN INJURED
Ten men, 8 of them Chicago
ans, were injured today when
South Shore, interurban flyer hit
their wagon at the Broadway
grade crossing at Gary, 111. The
wagon was entirely wrecked and
some of the victims hurled 30
The injured: Charles C. Cro
nin, contractor, 6700 Parnelave.,
cut above head; Mercy hospital.
Charles C. Cronin, Jr., 6700 Par
nell ave., internally injured; Mer
cy hospital. David 'Crozier, 3615
Parnell ave., hip dislocated ; Mer
cy hospital. George Ford, South
Chicago, bruised; Mercy hospi
tal. Mat Hayd, 56 and Ashland
ave., cut about head and body.
Henry Platz, Whiting, bruised
and cut. William Ellis, 69th and
State sts., internally injured.
Joseph Hafran, 8115 Sherman
avey bruised and cut." George
Smith, 2901 Emerald, ave., bruis
ed and badly cut. Walter Young,
Gary, bruised and cut.
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RESIGNS. HIS POSITION.
Washington, July 3. Scandal
has broken loose in, the Taft ad
ministration again scandal hav
ing1 found the Taft administration
a good plate to breed.
A. Piatt Andrew, assistant sec
retary oi the treasury, has re
signed. In doing so he made pub
ha his full and not at all, compli
mentary opinion of Franklin Mpr
Veagh, of Chicago, secretary of
Anrijstigation inter the tjeaV
urjljWtment and Mc-Veagh is.
proposfflMn "a resolution intro
ducedn" the .House of Represent
ative's 1y Rep Cox, of Ohio, and
there's going to be a fine mess
Among the other things An
drew charges against McVeagh
are that he doesn't speak to his
subordinate officials more often
than once a year, that he doesn't
attend to his business, that he
can't make a decision, and, gen
erally, that as secretary of the
treasury, he is a frost and a fizzle.
The White House has accepted
Franklin P. Roosevelt, the col
onel's nephew, seems to feel pret
ty much the same way as Bryan.
Franklin called on Wilson today.
" Top's been praying for Clark
was the way Kermit expressed
the situation to me at Oyster
JJBayr" said Franklin, t
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