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Owner of the rooming house, Mrs. Minnie Otto, heard the fifht and ran for police but was run overhand bruised by auto. Driver did not stop. Polk and Mrs. Otto were taken- to St. Bernard's hos pital. ' Frank M. Bunch, newly elected president of the Chicago Board of trade, in his inaugural address yesterday recommended that the matter of erecting a new building be placed in the hands of a com mittee for investigation. S. B. DeBeck, 40, Prairie ave., was found suffering from expos ure last night. Sent home after receiving medical attention at 22nd street police station. o o HEATH GOES WEST TO GET DELEGATES Washington, Jan. 16. You Pacific coast and Missouri valley republicans had better sleep with an eye open or Perry Heath will grab your-delegates if you don't watch out He's after them. The latest sensation in G. O. P. camps is Heath's departure for the West, presumably to corral all uhinstructed delegates west of the Missouri river. Heath says he isn't for Taft, nor for Roosevelt, nor yet for La Follette. "Then who will his dele gates be for?" asks the crowd. Heath stated that he represent ed republicans who believe that none of three could win in No vember, and that the nomination sh6uld go to a man who could Unite the party. He didn't say who could do that. It is the belief that Heath is representing trie remaining mem bers of the old Hanna machine, and that he is going after dele- gates for them to use as a decide ing factor should a deadlock dej velop in the convention. In 1897 Heath was made as-i Perry Heath. sistant postmaster general, serv-i ing until 1900. when he was made! secretary of the republican na-t tional committee. No brass bands accompany, Heath on his western tour; the blaring of trumpets will not be loud enough to notice. Perry, wears gum shoes,' and talks in silent whispers; hide your dele,- gates wheri he comes jnigh. ' o o-: Solomon's wisdom consisted in haviner enouerh wives to keen un a donstant ronversation with one another while he sneaked off to. the billiar parlor. "