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ten In bad with the Thompson-Lun-dln
machine or with corrupt politi
cians, will be brought before the Lun-din-Thompson
civil service board and
' Saloonkeepers who are boosting
Hoyne will be forced into-line or will
lose their license at the first oppor
tunity. Those who line up behind
Miller have been quietly told to kick
the lid off next week.
Trades involving the knifing of the
rest of the Republican county ticket
will be tried. -So far, it is said, the
knife is out for Ed Brundage, John
Kjellander, Chas. H. Sergei, Edw. R.
Litzinger and others.
The old "religious prejudice" game
Is being worked in certain territories.
Copies of the Guardian of Liberty en
dorsement of Harry B. Miller for
state's att'y flooded the city today.
Among union labor people wise
Lundin lieutenants are plugging Bill
Cunnea. The Trib endorsement of
Cunnea is being judiciously spread
among people with whom Lundin
candidates are being tabooed. "Split
the union labor vote" is the slogan.
iney ngure mat 11 uunnea runs a
great deal ahead of the normal So
cialist vote' that his surplus votes will
come from workingmen who usually
vote the Democratic ticket.
Hoyne in his speeches is openly ac
cusing the Thompson-Lundin admin
istration of making a political foot
ball of the saloons. He also charged
them with dragging the police foree
"Every saloonkeeper in Chicago
who conducts his saloon on an hon
est basis would gladly see the saloon
taken out of politics," said Hoyne.
"Why is the saloon in politics? Be
cause it is patronized by men who
have a vote? If that is the only rea
son, why do we not hear of groceries,
meat markets and drug stores under
political domination? Women, who
are the principal patrons of these
stores, now also have a vote.
"The reason is that the saloon has
een made the chief stock in trade 1
of the political grafter. Today he ia
going about the saloons cajoling and
threatening saloonkeepers into pro
mises that they will support City
Prosecutor Harry B. Miller for state's
"Some are told that 'with Miller
elected everything will run wide
open. There'll be no more Sunday
closing.' Contributions are solicited,
TWO GERMAN AND ONE BRITISH
DESTROYERS SUNK IN FJGHT
London, Oct 27. British and Ger
mau destroyers clashed in a sharp
naval engagement in the English
channel last night, the admiralty an
nounced this afternoon.
German warships attempted a raid
under cover of darkness. Two enemy
destoryers were sunk. It is feared
thta one of the British destroyers
was lost and another disabled.
WM. P. PAISLEY HIT BY ACTION
IN BANKRUPTCY COURT
Involuntary petition in bankrupt
cy filed in federal court against Wm.
P. Paisley of real estate of Paisley &
Walker. Is brother of W. H. Pais
ley and uncle of J. T. and O. T. Pais
ley, connected with North Shore
Savings bank, which closed its doors.
Petitioners are creditors who say he
collected rents which he has not
turned over to proper parties.
BRITISH LINER SUNK
London, Oct 27. The Johnson
liner Rowanmore, flying the British
flag, has been sunk. .
The Rowanmore tepne of the larg
est British liners sunk since the be
ginning of the war.
The captain of the Rowanmore
was taken prisoner and the crew was
landed, indicating a submarine sank
the vessel. No official report has
Eighth III. inf. will arrive in Chi
cago, Sat, 9:30 a. m., over I. C. road.
Was on border.