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Whitney Opera house yesterday
for the 50 members, of local divi-.
sions of Brotherhood of Locomo
tive Engineers who have diejd
during year. .
Recount in election contest of
C. J. Vopicka against F." W.
Blocki, for Democratic nomina
tion for board of review begun
Frank JFranek, 2109 TJiroop
St.," and Ben Kriner, 1511 W. 19th.
St., disagreed. Franey in Peo
ple s hospital w;th fractured skull.
Kriner in pail.
Peter Harmon, 2932 Harvard
st, employe of Sears, Roebuck
Co., shot by F. Deluca Satudray'
night at S. Clinton and Polk sts.,
in serious condition at county
William Jennings Bryan says
the logical thing for the Repub
lican National Convention, to do
would be to nominate him.
Possible, but from the way the
national committee has started
out, the Republican conentien is
not go'ing to do; any logical
James A Patten; "wizard of
the wheat pit,"-and his son have
left for a trip to Norway.
This ought to be glad news to
the plain people. There have been
times when Patten's wizarding in
the wheat pit has cost us a raise
P ' in the price of 'bpead.
111 buildings have been wreck
ed in Chicago during last year
to make way' for new and better
buildings with frontage of two
Charles Dickinson, seed mer
chant, flew 106 miles to Lake
Geneva,-as" passenger with A via,
tor Max Lillie, to put through ur
gent' trade deal.
No trace of Annie Carlson,
housemaid, who disappeared last
veek from home of Mrs. A. S
Phelps, 2600 Thayer st, leaving
note .saying she was going to join
, J. O'Brien, 10557 S. Halsted st,
brought back from Racine, Wis.,
by police to answer charge of
breaking into H. DeHawn, 9525
Lafayette aye., last March.
"How are you going to use
your power to turn the world
back from wrong to right?"
Bishbp McDoweir, in baccalau
reate sermon to Northwestern
Not, we hope, by going into
business and acquiring, the ideals
of the modern business man, who
puts dollars- above the welfare of
The women of Chicago's Ghet
to seerti to be better able to deai
with the high cost of Hying prob
lem than any others. They're put
ting a crimp in the pockets of'the
packers and the butchers, .
You can't hurt the packers by
denouncing thern, but when you
quit pouring money into their
bulging pockets. they sque'ai'like
stuck pigs. .-..
"Steam-Roller of .State. Street
Department Stores Smashes
High" Prices of 'Commodities "-r-Head
over to-day's free, advertis
ing the" Examiner gave th de
The newspaper lockout and
strike ig hurting the Examiner so
badly that ifs pretty near ready.