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ONE CENT -THE DAY BOOK-ONE CENT
STORM REPULSES HEAT WAVE
WHICH KILLED MANY
The heat wave which oppressed
Chicago for four days caused seven
more deaths yesterday and one man
was killed by lightning. This morn
ing's storm brought temporary relief
and the weather man promises a va
cation for the heat
Three bathers trying to escape the
heat were nearly drowned at Wilson
beach yesterday, but ajl were res
cued. Those who died from the heat yes
terday: Mrs., Nora Schwartz, 50,
4234 Wentworth av.; Peter Cartese,
10143 S. Elizabeth; Herman Dorgang
65, Forest Park; Chas. Riebe, 142
Wabansia av.; Mrs. Mary Soltis, 68,
4623 S. Winchester av.; J. M. Doug
Isa, San Francisco, died at muni
cipal pier from apoplexy brought on
J. Jass, 378 W. 18th, was killed by
lightning as he was running to shel
ter at 13th and the lake.
CHILEAN SLAYS TWO
Buenos Aires July 20. Deputy
Riesco, son of ex-president of Chile
and himself a member of Chilean na
tional congress, shot and killed Miss
Blanca Figueroa, daughter of Chil
ean minister to Argentine, and a
well-dressed Argentinan whose iden
tity is unknown. Jealousy supposed
Miss Elizabeth Burke fainted at
funeral services in SL Malachy's
Catholic church for her sister, Mrs.
Josephine Overmyer, the woman who
was one of those slain by the crazed
negro, Henry Mclntyre.
Metropolitan "L" notified Berwyn
city officials that because conditions
require building of spur to South
Berwyn, it will not extend Douglas
Pk. branch through Berwyru
Workers' Co-operative Ass'n meets
tonigt at Workers' Institute, 920 S.
Socialists in first congressional
dis't invited to attend meeting to
night, 3136 Cottage Grove av.
Picnic for death and sick benefit
fund, Stationary Firemen's union,
Sat, Elm Tree grove, Irving Park
blvd. and Neenah av.. John Fitzpat
rick and other labor leaders will
Korostishever Educational league,
Branch 540, Workmen's Circle, will
give confetti basket picnic, Fram
son's grove, 6400 Milwaukee av.,
Socialists of 25th senatorial dis't
will caucus Mon., 8 p. m., Avondale
school, Diversey and Sawyer avs.
HERZOG TO GIANTS MATTY TO
Cincinnati, 0., July 20. A deal '
was closed at noon today by which
Christy Mathewson will become
manager of the Cincinnati baseball
club. He will take charge today.
The only thing that can stop the
deal going through is for Herzog to
refuse to come to terms with the
New York club.
The Reds will get Bill McKechnie,
third baseman, and Ed Rousch, out
fielder in addition to Mathewson. Be- ,
sides Herzog, Wade Killifer, outfield- ,P
er, goes to the Giants.
NEW YORK STOCKS. Opened
and continued irregular.
Fair tonight and-Friday; cooler to
night; moderate north to northeast
winds. Temperature Wednesday:
High, 90; low, 75,