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ONE CENT -THE DAY BOOK -ONE CENT
A TIP FOR BOYS
Boys or men Who wish to earn
money Saturday during the Pre
paredness parade can .find out how
by coming to The Day Book office,
500 S. Peoria St., Saturday morning
at 8:30 o'clock.
Bring ! 30 or 60 cents with you
(more if you wish) and you ought
to be able to make money.
It's a big chance, boys GO TO IT.
FIVE KILLED, EIGHT INJURED IN
ROCK ISLAND WRECK
Five persons were killed and eight
injured in the wreck of Rock Island
passenger train No. . 10, between
Clarksville and-Packard, la., early to
day, according.-to Rock Island offi
cials here. Two bodies have been
recovered, it was stated.
The train plunged through a weak
ened bridge. The coach, 4wo sleep
ers, locomotive and baggage car went
into the stream. The coachwas en
tirely submerged and some of the
Caleb Harrison, Socialist candi
date for vice pres., speaks at Central
West Side Y. P. S. L. tonight, 920 S.
Bartenders' Joint Cquncil meets at
8 tonight, at ChL Waiters' ass'n, 115
W. Madison. Gen. Pres. E. J. Flore
Prof. Ayere G. Lafayette speaks at
Marquette hall, 6654 S. Halsted, to
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London. Lord Kitchener was
cheered when he arrived in commit
tee room 14 of house of commons to
give members chance to question
him on status of war.
HUGHES DISAVOWS HITCHCOCKv
AS CAMPAIGN MANAGER
Washington, June 2. Justice
Hughes, through his secretary, told
the United Press today that neither
Frank Hitchcock nor any one else is
authorized to work for the nomina
tion of the justice at Chicago.
"Justice Hughes has no represen
tative and there is no man author
ized to use his name as a presideif
tial possibility," said the secretary,
Laurence H. Green.
He said he was surprised that the
impression had been gained that
Hitchcock might be acting with the
authority of the justice.
"The statement of Justice Hughes'
secretary m'erely. bears out my coir
tention all along," Frank Hitchcock;
custodian of the Hughqs boom, told
The Day Book today, when informed
the secretary had branded Hitch
cock's efforts in Hughes' behalf as
"I never have had any authoriza
tion from Justice Hughes," Hitch
cock said. "I have always said that
I am here on my own responsibility,
to work for what I think are the best
interests of the party, as every Re
publican has a right to do."
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Newellton, La. Clara Pae, 12, and
Margaret Barber, 16, stopped to
wade in a small pool on their way to
schooL Went beyond their depth
and were drowned.
NEW YORK STOCKS. Willys
Overland led general advance. Trad
Fair and cooler tonight; Saturday
fair and moderately cool; fresh
northwest winds, becoming variable
Saturday morning. Temperature
Friday: Highest 78i lowest, G5j "