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Knowland here recently in address-'
fng a crowd of 1,000 iron workers at
Attired in the most fashionable
street wraps, and. speaking from an
automobile, Mrs. Knowland, a woman
of considerable magnetism, is frank
ly making her personal charm the
keynote of her vote solicitation.
During one of her recent outdoor
meetings a discourteous remark ad
dressed to her by a man in the crowd
nearly led to a riot when others hush
ed his words with blows.
Mrs. Knowland speaks easily, de
liberately making use of campaign
slang whenever she believes she can
thus win additional votes.
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) STORM RESULTS
Robert Buford, 2Zd and btate sts.,
killed by lightning.
Samuel Des Parte, 1223 Sennet pi.,
electrocuted. Tried to fix wire during
Nelson Peterson, Paw Paw, 111.,
George Beileau, Dixon, III., blown
from roof. Dead.
Many downtown basements flood
ed. Michigan blvd. and Congress st.
caved in. Fire department called 55
THE BANK MESS
Federal agents are through inves
tigating Chas. B. Munday's downstate
Government will probably demand
State Auditor Jim Brady's report on
Investigating $109,000 loan made
by the LaSaile bank to Wm. Lorimer,
Business already has begun to feel
the upward push of the enormous
crops to be harvested by the Amer
ican farmer this year, according to
statements given out today by rail
way officials and car manufacturers
jrith headquarters in or near Chicago.
BITS OF NEWS
Police found body of Miss Florence
Jordan. 21, 4920 Winthrop av.
Drowned in lake.
Contempt proceedings against
Hovne continued. Judge Cooper
claims Hoyne called him "crook."
Nicholas Pauley, ticket agent at
Fullerton av. "L" station, held up by
lone bandit in station.
Norfolk, Va. Four men and two
women, all residents of Virginia, kill
ed when interurban electric train
crashed into coal train of Virginia
Railroad near Fairmont. 22 injured.
WHAT THE MORALS SQUAD DOES
Judge Goodnow presiding in the
Morals Court this morning discharged
three women and a man found in a
house at 2310 S. Wabash avenue yes
terday afternoon. Detectives Griffin,
O'Keefe and Johnson of the morals
squad gained entrance through a rear
window. The women heard them
coming. The negro maid hid behind
a furnace, another was under a bed
on the second floor and the third gave
.herself up. The man was found on
the roof. The judge said tnere was
not sufficient evidence against them.
WHEN I SHALL COME AGAIN
What shall I be when I shall come
Of all that now is I what shall re
main? Lightly I clothe me, lightly cast the
That serves me on this wandering,
Edith M. Thomas in N. Y. Times.
We can't imagine, Edith; we'll con
fess That what you'll be next time we can
But should you seek again this twi
Pray don't get careless and forget
W. K. Maxwell in Peoria Journal,
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