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"to tear "down blinds and curtains
which hid bars in resorts from
Large freight boat grounded at
, Rush st. bridge this morning and
? Tohn A. Blonnuist fisherman.
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817 Milwaukee ave., ran along
wall at North pier to get one of
his lines. Slipped. Drowned.
Mrs. Arinie Levine, 41, 1247 W.
12th-st., struck by 12th st. car at
Halsted st. Internally injured.
David Rosen, 911 S. Wood st,
and Davfd Alschuler, grocer, 1138
. S Morgan st., arrested for not
muzzling their bull - dogs. $25
John Guru, 1118 S. Jefferson
st, struck on head "with sledge
hammer by John Kowalski' dur
ing quarrel. Just slightly bruis
ed. KTowalski escaped, fearing he
had killed Guru.
John Dolan, waiter, arrested at
W. Adams and S. Dearborn sts.
Joe Pukine, 42, 2320 Hamlin
ave., got off Milwaukee ave. car
at Chicago ave. before it stopped.
Fell. Severely injured.
Mrs. Clara Gibson, 1378 Fulton
St., bitten on right arm by dog
of Thos. Thompson, 1316 Austin
Well dressed unidentified ne
$ grb, 35, found dead in apartment
. house, 3366 S. State st. Took car
"bolic acid and turned on gas.
.Lieut Spencer M. Smith, of
ficer at Fort Sheridan fell in love
with belle of the fort, Miss Jean-
nette Gark, daughter of Major
Judge James C. Martin mu
nicipal court, held up and robbed
of gold watch and $10 near bis
home, 2944 Indiana ave.
Rhinehardt Woodricks, 23,
2534 W. 38th St., arrested on
charge of murdering Wm. Flynn,
40, 1436 Fuller st., Sunday night.
Joe Brennan, 3818 Grenshaw
ave., fefl from work car of Chi
cago Ry. Cos at W. North and
N. Fairfield aves. Dead.
MORE FRENZIED FINANCE
New York, Sept 17. Thomas
W, Lawson has written a sequel
to "Frenzied Finance," which will
make that expose of crooked high
finance seem tame and mild.
The sequel is to be known as
"The Remedy," It will appear in
Lawson says that the higti cost
of living is caused directly by
sure-thing gambling on the stock
exchange, and the people are
robbed of between two and three
billion dollars every year by the
Lawson says that the chief aim
of his new book is to be the clos
ing of the stock exchange fdreevr.
"The next eight years," says
Lawson, "will tell whether or not
this country is to bedumped with
the moss and slime-covered ruins
"The people know they are be-
ing hurt unto death, but they do
not know what is hurting them.
"The purchase power of the in
comes of the people has been cut
in half in forty years.
"I know what is hurting the
people. I know what is cutting