FULL TELEGRAPHIC AND CABLE NEWS SERVICE
: OF THE UNITED PRESS .
THE DAY BOOK
SOD S. PEORIA ST.. 398 TEL. MONROE 353
Vol. 1, No- 226 Chicago, Monday, June 17, 1,912
CYCLONE DEATH LIST BIG
St..Louis, Mo., June 17. -Thirl
tyltwo persons are known to have
been killed in this state as result J
of terrific, stdrm which swept
through Missouri. Unverified re
ports place death toll at 40.
Wind of -cyclonic velocity, lick
ed up housesuprooted trees and
picked people up "bodily. Near
Merwin, where , 19 persons' Vere
killed, a baby was carried over a
mile by the wind, then set down
'Heavy rain and lightning ac
companied the wind, the light
ning setting fire to many houses
Oklahoma and parts of Kansas
were also visited by the storm,
but no deaths have been reported.
Rain is still falling in stricken districts.
KILLED IN EXPLOSION
Edward O'Brien, 30, 6442
Union avenue, killed and Thos.
Mclnerney, 2.4, 2865 S..Loomis
St., was probably fatally hurt in
an explosion of a compressed air
tarik at the Barrett Manufactur
ing Co, plant, 28"th street and
Sacramento avenue, this after
noon. Both were steamfitters. They
were at work above the tank, and
were buried in its ruins when it
exploded. O'Brieh taken to St.
Five Jiegro delegates from
Georgia were injured tpday when
a Pennsylvania Itairi'from the
south collided with another train
outside the Union Statiqn
A. M. Fluker, Argyie, Ga., one
of the delegates, was taken to St.
Luke's Hospital, suffering from
serious bruises arid .cuts. The
others were not seriously hurt
and -were taken tothe Washing
IS HELD WITHOUT BAIL
Mrs. Louise Liritiloff, suspect
ed "by police of causing death of
two of her husbands and three of
her own children,, was held with
out bail when she appeared for
preliminary hearing in Maxwell
street court this morning.
Case was con tintfed,lo June 27
to awaiting findings of' chemists
who are analyzing stomachs of
Alfred Graunke, 'woman's 15-year-old
son, who died last
Dr. J H. Frank of Milwaukee,
who attended Julius Grattnke. wo-
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