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meeting of the Federated Trades says it is running Dunne's cam
The boys who returned are all
owners of stands in the Loop dis
trict. They fell for the trust pub
lishers' stories of friendship.
All the trust, newspapers are
working their heads off to get
back some of their old circulation
just now. They have canvassers
out in almost every district of the
These canvassers, doubtless un
der instructions from their
bosses, are deliberately lying by
telling people the newspaper lock
out is ended.
Charles R. Crane, of Chicago,
has been appointed vice chairman
of the finance committee of the
Democratic parry by Gov. Wil
Crane is a former supporter of
Fighting Bob LaFollette.
The State Central Democratic
committee does not seem to be
getting along Very well in its at
tempt to boss Edward F. JDunrie,
Democratic nominee for gover
nor. The committee has announced
loudly, and at every opportunity,
that it is going to run Dunne's
campaign whether Dunne likes it
Dunne started his downstate
campaign with two speeches at
Littlefield and Farmersville to
day. The state central 'committee
was asked where else Dunne
Would speak, and admitted it did
paign, is strange indeed.
The truth is that the state cen
tral committee bit off more than
it could chew when-it tried to dic
tate to Dunne.
Dr. Nance, chairmanof the
health committee of the city
council, has asked Mayor Har
rison to call special meeting of
council Aug. 14 to dispose' of the
pure milk problem.
Why does Nance ask Harrison?
Harrison will just need to turn
arptind and ask Andy Lawrence
if it will be all right for him to.
call a meeting. Nance should
have gone straight to Andy and
Dying of consumption, Wm.
Hightower turned state's evi-.
dence against John, Collins,
charged with the murder of Wm
Gloor, North Side saloonkeeper.
Hightower was so weak that he
had to be carried into Judge Hon
ore's courtroom to give his testi
mony. He charged Collins with'
Joseph A. Alandar, business
agent of Electrical Workers'
Union, shot and killed by H. W
Smith, electrical worker, after
fight in unfinished tmilding at'
7525 Jeffrey av. Srnith gave him
self up to police.
Mrs. Kate Prella, 751 W. Van
Buren St., suffered broken leg
when run over by grocery wagon
at N. Halsted and Austin ax.
The time has now come when
it is fashionable to suffer from
John Doherty, 16, 2822 W.
jWhich, as the committee still LHarrison sL. injured about head