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TO INVESTIGATE THE WEST SIDE
NOVELTY CO. EXPLOSION
A probe will be made into the ex
plosion at the National Art Novelty
Co., 1451 W. Harrison street, that
caused the death of"Samuel Daniels,
912 Lytle street, and 'the"injury o a
score of men and women today.
Ezra Kaplan, 3258 Douglas boule
vard, owner of the firm, and Sam
Witzelbaum, manager, refused to al
low Detective Sergeant John Sullivan
to enter the place when he attempted
The explosion occurred in a gas
tank on the 5th floor. The 'roof was
blownofL. Daniels was working near
the tank and was blown several feet.
Jacobs, Michael, 917 Lytle St.,
burned and bruised; believed dying.
Jacobs, Isaac, 917 Lytle st, burned
and bruised; may die.
Samuels, Isaac, internally injured
Isaacson, Anna, 638 Hermitage av.
Freeman, Kate, 830 Paulina st.
Hirshman, Beva, 1045 Maxwell st.
Shapiro, Laura, 1009 W. 14th st
Markowitz, Bessie, 1009 W. 14th st.
Brush, Sarah, 1029 Lincoln st.
Entman, Belle, 1240 W. 13th st
Bloom Bosie, 1020 Lincoln st
MRS. PERCY PENNYBACKER IS
Mrs. Percy V. Pennybacker, Austin,
Tex., was renominated for presidency
of eGneral Federation of Women's
Clubs. Her re-election is certain.
Mrs. Samuel B. Sneath of Tiffin, O.,
was nominated for first vice presi
dent Miss Georgie A. Bacon of Wor
cester, Mass., was nominated as sec
ond vice president; Mrs. Harry L.
Keefe of Walthill, Neb., recording sec
retary, and Mrs. Eugene Reilley of
Charlotte, N. C, corresponding secre
tary, were renominated.
If bills were as easy to pay as com
pliments, a good many collectors
would have to changer their jobs or
r LOOSEN UP!
By Jim Manee.
Newcomers think that Windy ChT.
Is really rather stiff.
Why should our city be that way'
It wouldn't need to if
The good old timers stopped to think
They act too distantly. &jfc)
The "welcome friend" stunt listens "
Let's be more neighborly.
P.'S-A friend in the neighbor
hood is worth two in'the suburbs.
SAYS- HE WAS THROWN OFF
TRAIN HE'S DYING
Arthur Bock, 19, St. Louis, who is
"dying at a local hospital today, told
detectives that he was thrown from a
C. & E. L train by trainmen near , ;
Dalton, HL, while attempting to beat ;
his way to Chicago. His legs were
cutoff. ' !
CHICAGO GRAIN MARKET
Wheat slightly higher. Corn high
er. Oats dull. Provisions firm.
NEW YORK STOCKS
New York, June 15. Market open
ed dull and' heavy. St Louis South
western sagged. Standard issues
o o I
Open air and exercise do more to
make good blood and make it show in
the glow pf the skin than anything
any person can do. Parents often
go to great expense for clothes, toys
and food for a child and then turn
around and starve it for fresh air.
There is a great, free ocean of air all
around you. Be sure to help your
self and the little ones. to a proper
Fair tonight and Tuesday; contin
ued cool; mode'rate nocthferfy winds.
Temperature. Sunday Highest, 66;
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