Search America's historic newspaper pages from 1836-1922 or use the U.S. Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between 1690-present. Chronicling America is sponsored jointly by the
National Endowment for the Humanities and the Library of Congress. external link Learn more
Image provided by: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Library, Urbana, IL
Newspaper Page Text
a bulletin today that the .thermom
eter may go to 100 before night. No
'relief is in sight for the next three
or four days.
Patrick Walsh, 415 S. Halsted
street; Charles Werner, 211 Flori
mond street, and "Lydia Troup, 1810
W. Erie street, were added to the
death toll this afternoon. Werner
was overcome while dancing and
died in a short time.
", Long lines of people waited at the
-different stations of the Consumers'
Ice Co., for the 15 pounds of ice
jwhich had been promised them free
.as long as the heat wave lasted. Hun
dreds of tons were given away.
WILSON NAMES MEMBERS FOR
Washington, June 27. President
Wilson's choice of members of the
industrial commission promises an
'immediate start on the work for
which that commission was created.
; The commission is authorized to
investigate conditions existing be
tween capital and labor, the causes
of strikes and labor troubles and to
Three members of the commission
represent the people; three labor, and
three the employers. Here is Presi
dnt Wilson's choice:
FOR THE PEOPLE: Frank P.
Walsh of Missouri, prominent law
yer, who has done much work in
practical sociology; John R. Com
mons, professor of economy at the
University of Wisconsin and personal
friend of Senator LaFollette; Mrs. J.
Borden Harriman, nationally known
for her philanthropic and sociological
work in New York.
FOR LABOR: John B. Lennon,
treasurer of the American Federation
of Labor; James O'Connell, vice
president of the American Federation
of Labor; Austin B. Dickson, presi
dent of the Order of Railroad Con
ductors. t FOR THE EMPLOYERS: Freder
ick Delano of Chicago, former presi
dent of the Wabash Railroad and
now receiver for thatrailroad; Harris
Weinstock of Sacramento", CaL, one
of the biggest merchants on the Paci
fic Coast and reputed expert on in
dustrial arbitration; S. Thurston Bal
lard, head of a big milling concern
at Louisville, Ky.
CAR HITS AUTO-tTWO HURT
A joy ride, in which a married man
and a woman estranged from her
husband were involved, claimed two
more victims this morning when a
southbound Clark street car crashed
into an automobile at Fletcher street
Frank H. Fuller, 1022 Hinman ave
nue, Evanston, driving his auto, was
severely bruised and cut about the
legs and arms. His companion, Mrs.
F. E. Monast, 745 Webster avenue,
received a fractured right leg -and
several cuts on the body. Her leg
was amputated. Both will recover.
Mrs. Monast said she was separ
ated from her husband, but asked the
police to telephone him of the acci
dent Monast is a bookkeeper living
at 4801 N. Paulina street.
She Where my brother is they
are not troubled with the high cost
He Great Scott! - When did he