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LAST EDITION LAST EDITION i CITY COUNCIL MAY ACT MONDAY NIGHT ON THE MORE PLAY FOR KIDS' PLAN TEACHERS APPROVE THE OUTDOOR AIR FIGHT, t Entered as Second-Class Matter Aprfl'21, 1914, at the Postoffice s ' Chicago, EL, Under the Act of March 3, 1879. THE DAY BOOK .. An Adless Newspaper, Daily Except Sunday N. D. Cochran, ..ggJlggB Tel. Monroe 353. Editor and Publisher. tfgij3J By rXC8pt n . 500 South Peoria St 398 Chtcagq,$3 afYear. VOL. 3, NO. 218 Chicago, Saturday, June 13, 1914 ONE CENT WILL HINES AND TILDEN COME TO THE RESCUE OF WM. LQRIMER? Rumored That Financiers May Help the Former Senator r Out and Save Banks Another Bank Closed Up iu "Depositors Will Be Paid" Says Munday. "Will Edward Hin.es, president of the Hines Lumber Company, arid Ed Til den come to the rescue of the Lori mer .banks? A rumor to the effect that they would passed around po litical and financial circles today. Hines has long been a friend of. the former senator and was intimate ly involved in, the trouble that caused the ousting of the blonde boss from theUhite'd States senate. ' ' Ed Tilden is also 'regarded as likely to come to the aid of Lorimer in his take this action every depositor could be paid. Charles B.-Munday, Lorimer's as sociate, said today: "As sure as God is my judge ve will-pay our deposit ors dollar for dollar. The laSalle street bank will be liquidated within a week and "the outlying banks are not affected-at-alL a , The State Bankof Calumet, 10758 South Michigan avenue,' was closed today, making the fifth, 'Ldrimer Munday bank by the state bank ex- joresent trpjles"H:ese4jJyJ5lej3ttej3: TbdLaSalla &frtt.j&iav&kt-jSABiii ilr suU &.Zs JjLaMjjh3.aUrAAfc .