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ONE CENT-THE DAY BOOK-ONE CENT
Radical changes in speaking plans
for western Republican presidential
campaign expected as result of con
ference here today of national Re
publican advisory committee.
Sen. Wm. J. Stone, Missouri, ar
rived at Democratic headquarters
here today as member of senatorial
campaign committee. Will probably
remain here until after election.
Democratic women of Chicago will
go to Springfield Thursday on two
special cars to pay visit to state f auv
N. L. Piotrowski, defeated by Cong.
Thos. Gallagher for the Democratic
nomination for congress, 8th district,
threatens to run independent Says
he was cheated in 18th and 19th
HOYNE THREATENS TO BLAST
GINSBURG & SON BANK
State's Att'y Hoyne today prepared
to blast open the vaults of the private
bank of M. Ginsburg & Son, which
has defied his order for the officers
to come into his office and give up
the bank's books.
The run started on three other pri
vate banks after publicity of the
Ginsburgh affair continued todav. In
front of the Schiff bank stood thou
sands of depositors. Schiff an
nounced at noon that $500,000 had
just been secured to meet the run.
Judge Landis today appointed re
ceivers for the Central Trust Co. to
act as receivers for the Ginsburg
Fire in Grossman Mfg. Co., 4000
Cottage Grove av., did $5,000 to $10,
In mineral wealth Mexico stands
in the first rank among nations,
since its riches are practically inex
THE WOOLENS ARE WITH
US ONCE MORE
By Jim Manee
Well do we know that wintertime
Is with us once again.
We lolled all through the surnmer
"tima In B. V. D.'s.'and then &
The chilly days surrounded us,
We donned our "heavy" batch,
And all we do is cuss and cuss
And scratch and scratch and
Have you changed yours
Co-Operative cafeteria boosters
meet tonight, 8 p. m., 162 N. Dear
born, room 306-310. Readers of Day
Amalgamated Meat Cutters and
Butchers of North America, offiliated
with A. P. of L the C. F. of L., the
111. State Fed. of Labor, the P. O. L.
and the Union Label league, meet
Wed., Sept. 20, Franklin hall, 19 W.
Adams. Vifie President Dennis Ljine
will attend. Non-union butchers are
Regular meeting of pantry and
countermen, Tues., 8 p. m., 234 W.
NEW YORK STOCKS. Steel made
new high record. Market strong and
Fair tonight and Tuesday; slowly
rising temperature; light variable
winds shifting to southerly tonight
and becoming moderate to fresh
Tuesday. Temperature Sunday
High 58;, ow, 46...