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ONE CENT-THE DAY BOOK-ONE CENT
CAMP DUNNE TO BE EMPTY BY
Springfield, III., July 3. By Thurs
day night atthe latest two vacant
and forsaken military camps, Camp
Dunne and Camp Lincoln, will be all
that remains of the 1916 mobiliza
tion of the Illinois national guard.
According to the best information
obtainable at this time, the Eighth
Infantry (colored), the field hospit
als, the engineers and signal corps
will be on their way to Mexico in a
day or two.
The artillery also will entrain to
morrow night or Thursday morning.
The Third infantry secured its rail
road equipment before the Fourth
and left the city at 9 o'clock last
night. The Fourth got away at 6:30
this morning, though it was prepared
to leave at 6 o'clock last night
Orders were expected from Wash
ington today ordering the reinstate
ment of Col. Chas. H. Greene of the
Third infantry, who was rejected in
the physical test because of a defec
BITS OF NEWS
Ty Cobb, Detroit star, fined $25
and suspended for 3 days for throw
ing bat into grandstand at White
Sox park Sunday.
Funeral services for Albert Zim
merman, 1431 Clybourn av., who died
Sunday, will be held at his home,
Wed., 1:30 p. m.
Thirty autos stolen Saturday and
Frank Grabian, 623 12th pi., South
Side "L" employe, drowned in canal
at Indiana Harbor.
Michael Czuba, 2941 W. 40th st,
Citizens' Municipal Pier ass'n want
part of new municipal pier set apart
as recreation spot for mothers and
Reaper, Tractor and Twinemilf
Workers' union will hold meetings on
first and third Wednesdays of each
month, beginning July 5. Meet at
Meldazis' hall, 2244 23d pL
Meat Cutters and Butcher Work
men's union meets Wed. night, at
Franklin hall, 19 W. Adams. Non
union butchers invited.
LEAPS FIVE FLOORS TO DEATH
IN FEDERAL BUILDING
Miss Jean Richardson, 1334 Hin
man av., Evanston, killed herself by
jumping from the" fifth floor balcony
of the rotunda in the Federal bldg.
today. Miss Richardson came here
from Houston, Tex., with her mother
to continue a study of music. She
was wealthy. Ldve troubles are be
lieved to have prompted her act
HETTY GREEN DEAD
New York, July 3. Mrs. Hetty
Green, 81, the "richest woman in the
world,", died this morning at her
home after a lingering illness. Mrs.
Green, with characteristic firmness,
had resisted the calling of physicians
until a few days ago.
NOTICE TO READERS
Tuesday being July 4, a holiday,
there will be no publication of The
Day Book. Regular editions will ap
pear asusual on Wednesday.
NEW YORK STOCKS Munition
stocks weak. General list steady.
Fair tonight and probably Tues
day; warmer Tuesday; moderate
northeast winds becoming southeast
Tuesday. Temperature Sunday:
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