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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, June 06, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 7

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$150 and started to drive to Mexico.
Not yet caught, but he's due for a
spanking.
Waiters and hotel employes say
they will not be so unheritable to
convention visitors as to strike while
convention is on.
Hannah Sullivan, .439 W. 24th,
faces trial on charge of stealing $40
purse from teacher, Miss Nora Com
erford. Fake policemen trimmed Bert
Schumacher,' Grand Rapids, of $500.
Aided by girl who asked Schumacher
to call on her. He werft and fake
police pinched him and got his coin.
Mary Garden, opera singer, in
town. Says she is for Roosevelt for
president.
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ROOSEVELT READY TO BACK
WOOD FOR NOMINATION
New York June 6. That Theo
dore Roosevelt will support Gen.
Leonard Wood for the' Republican
nomination if his name comes seri
ously before the convention was the
news that reached here today from
Oyster Bay. It came from two of
the colonel's visitors. He made the
statement to them, they said, in the
course of a general conversation.
According to the colonel's visitors,
who asked that their names be with
held, Roosevelt believes Gen. Wood
a man eminently fitted for the labors
that will devolve upon the next pres
ident of the U. S. The colonel's vis
itors said that in the event of the
nomination of Wood he would have
the ccihtinued and ardent support of
Roosevelt Their conversation did
not indicate that the colonel will
.jump out in the support of Wood im
mediately, but that rather, if the
convention balloting drags and
Wood climbs up in the list, Roose
velt would then hurl his entire
strength into the Wood camp in an
effort to jam him through. Roose
veltNleclined to say a word on the
speech of Supreme Court Justice
Hughes.
RUSSIA BEGINS GREAT DRIVE
AGAINST AUSTRIAN LINES
London. Great drive of the czar
against Austrian lines along 200-mile
front from Pruth to Kolki is believed
under way.' Czar's plan is designed
to hit Austrian forces With equal
vigor all along line. In several heavy
infantry rushes already made in Tar
nopol region Russians, have taken
many prisoners and some Austrian
supplies. ' .
Rome. Loss of territory around
Cengio in violent Austrian offensive
of June 3 admitted by Italian war
office. At all other points along lino
attacks were repulsed.
Paris. German artillery is born
barding Fort Vaux with unprecedent
ed violence. Shelling was undertak
en last night, following failure of 2
violent Germany infantry attacks
along Vaux Damloup line.
London. Dispatches frem The;
Hague to London say that since the
Skagerak sea fight there has been
growing demand for restoration of
Admiral von Tirpitz as head of Ger
man sea forces. Dispatches say that
German- conservative and national
liberal parties are making concerted
action in this direction, not being
satisfied with result of sea fight
Admiral von Tirpitz, who had been!
generally credited with planning an
other pushing to merciless execution
German submarine campaign of
frightfulness, designed when Ger-
man-American submarine contro
versy grew hottest shortly before
Pres. Wilson's threat of severance of
diplomatic relations.' Ill health was
given as reason. ,
WHO'S GOT "PINKIE"?
A little .white poodle' dog named
Pinkie is causing much sorrow to lit
tle Adrian Joerndt daughter of Al
bert Joerndt, 2630 N. Maplewood av
"I didn't sleep a single wing last
night," whispered little Adrian into
the telephone to a reporter. "Won't
you p'ease find Pinkie for me2,w

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