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10; Benson, 22. Hoyne, 8; Cunnea,
98; Miller, 0.
The depositors' committee of the
Paisley banks has asked all victims
of that bank failure to support
The Oak Park Non-Partisan Hoyne
club is mailing a letter recommend
ing -Hoyne for honest, non-partisan
The Law Students' "Good Judges"
league, for the" first time in its his
tory, went outside judicial candidates
and endorsed" Hoyne, as a "prose
cutor, not a persecutor."
Officers of the street car men's
union have issued a statement en
dorsing Hoyen because he was their
friend. Every member is urged to be
as loyal to Hoyne as he was to them.
CLAIMS SCHOOL CHILDREN'S
TEETH ARE BEING RUINED
Teeth of public school pupils are
being ruined by the blundering
butchery of dentists employed by
the city headth dep't to care for the
children's teeth, according to Mri.
J. P. Nowry, president of the Parent
Teachers' club of Francis Willard
school, who yesterday appealed to
the council finance committee for
"I know of cases where they put
in fillings over live nerves and pulled
the wrong teeth," said Mrs. Nowry.
"Of course, we can't expect first class
dentists for $100 a month, but pres
ent conditions are terrible.
"If the city will equip a dental lab
oratory at our school high-class den
children's teeth free of charge."
BITS OF NEWS '
Field hospital, company No. 2 and
A first battalion of engineers return
from border today.
El Paso-. Col. Rosario Garcia, Vil
lista leader, and two of his followers
were executed at daybreak at Juarez
' Charlestown, W. Va. "Toot!
toot!" the booze special. The Ches
apeake & Ohio railroad announces
two trains a week on which passen
gers may carry liquor.
New York. U. S. naval collier will
sail Dec. 1 carrying 3,000 tons of food
and 1,000 .ons of clothing as Christ
mas presents to Syrians and Armenians.
RIDES IN BUGGY CRASH! WAKES ON ENGINE
James Torre, Terre Haute, Ind., farmer'went to sleep while driving in
his buggy. He woke up on top a locomotive going about 50 miles an hour.
The last thing he remembered doing was wrapping the reins around the;
whip. The buggy had been struck by the train, the horse killed, the buggy
shattered and Torre tossed atop the engine.