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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, July 10, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 7',
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Sharp, 6047 Lafayette av., hurt when
street car hit buggy.
Mayor Thompson, back from Las
Vegas, N. M., spoke highly of cow
boys. Employes of Alfred Decker & Cohn,
clothing makers, had picnic at North
Elizabeth Freimuth, , 2534 N.
Marshfield av., saved from drowning
at North Shore beach.
B. Y. P. U. members say conven
tion which ended yesterday was
Willard Powell, "The Waco Kid,"
will be'brought back from Omaha on
Raymond Robins will return from
east today. Will soon make known
his political plans.
Labor conspiracy cases may go to
jury tomorrow night
Old Glory post C. A. R., will give
"preparedness" program at Masonic
Temple, July 23.
Mrs. Susie Slocum, 56, 819 S. Har
vey av., found dead. Two gas jets
Luciana Gentile, 2505 W. Van
Buren, asked protection from "black
Navy League National Service will
open school for women at Lake Ge
neva Aug. 15.
Serg'ts Ronan and Hosna head ef
ficiency list of detective bureau.
John O'Leary, 831 N. Claire av.,
found dead. Gas. Suicide thought
RobtBarry Cantwell, son of Att'y
R. E. Cantwell, denies separation
from wife, formerly Helen Deneen,
Appellate Court Judge Frank
Baker, 76, on bench 29 years, died in
Hartland, Wis. Heart failure.
$2,583 collected at Desplaines
$50,321 stolen property recovered
by detectives in June.
Plan of Chas. S. Deneen and W.
M. Weber to block G. 0. P. county
convention believed to have been
blocked by Thompson men.
THREE KILLED BY AUTOS TWO
Three new names were tacked on
the list of the season's auto deaths
yesterday. Two may be added un
less a very seriously injured pair re
cover; at least a score of people were
hurt in smash-ups.
Mrs. Marie Clarkson, 118 E. 49th.
St., died almost instantly when the
machine carrying her with her hus
band and son was struck by an
auto load of joy riders near the city
limits on the Indiana side. Three ar
rests were made; son and father may
Frank Reinart,-7, 1509 Fullerton
av., was killed when he was run down
by an auto driven by Ndrman Her
lihy, son of State Senator Dan Her
Iehy. Albert Johnson, 8, Aurora, was
killed by the machine of Jonathan
Bliss, 640 W. 64th pL
SOCIALISTS NOMINATE FULU
The Socialist Park of Cook County
has made the following nominations:
State's att'y, Wm. A. Cunnea; re
corder, Fred Pischel; clerk of circuit
court, Wm. F. Kruse; clerk of supe
rior court, Jos. Novak; coroner, Dr.
J. H. Greer; board of review, Wnu
Acker; board of assessors, E. E.
Klein ; county surveyor, Benj. Efting;
pres. board of sanitary trustees, Mor
ton L. Johnson; members of board of
sanitary trustees, Pierce Anderson
and Emil Kuhne; judge of superior
court, Sam'l Block; judges of munic
ipal court (ten to be elected), Louis
J. Delson, E. M. Winston, Henry E,
Murphy, Peter Sissman, Marcus H.
Taft Frank L. Wood, Stephen M,
Reynolds, John M. Work, Walter
Baird and Samuel Holland; judge of
municipal court to fill vacancy, John
The Socialist convention was held
in Bowen hall.
Roger Sullivan expected today.
Will decide on endorsing Gov. Djpnet
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