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ONE CENT-THE DAY BOOK-ONE CENT
THOMPSON AND LUNDIN CROWD
TO DUMP LORIMER?
Have Thompson and Lundin
thrown Lorimer overboard?
That's the story going the rounds
of the politicians' nowadays. The
story goes that the Thompson-Lun-din
bunch has captured much of the
old Lorimer organization and has de
cided that Lorimer is too much of a
load to carry.
So Lorimer is to be ditched for the
Republican nomination in his dis
trict and the City Hall strength will
probably be back of Myer J. Stein,
who was the hand-picked lawyer for
the Baldwin investigating commit
tee. Two reasons are given one that
the nomination of Lorimer will mean
opposition of the Republican papers
to the whole outfit and that these
papers are demanding that Lorimer
be ditched. Another reasin given is
that the nomination of Lorimer by
the City Hall crowd would alienate
the Guardians of Liberty because
Lorimer is a Catholic and Thomp
son, Lundin and Lowden feel that
they need the Guardians in their
fight to get control of the state gov
ernment. Anyhow, there is a feud on and
the City Hall bunch is after Lari
HEAT BACK AGAIN
Hot weather is here again.
At 1 p. m. the weather bureau re
ported the mercury at 94, with indi
cations that it would ascend a degree
or two higher before the end of the
afternoon. Fourteen died of heat in
Wilmette, III. Fire, believed to
have started in a restaurant, in the
heart of business section, caused an
estimated loss of $20,000.-
Northwest Side Y. P. S. L. meets
Fri., 7:30 p. m., 2725 W. Division; ba
zaar committee meets there 7:30
tonight Meet at headquarters, 8
a. m., Sun., for outing at Elmwood
Relief Society for Political Exiles
and Prisoners in Russia will give a
picnic Sun., Kolze's Electric park, to
raise relief funds.
M. C. Walsh will speak at Belmont
and Wilton avs., Fri.; 92d and Hous
ton, Sat; 62d pL and Halsted, Sun.
Will discuss Mexico, the American
press and Tavenner's speech.
Washington. "We expect barbar
ism from barbarians," declared Sen.
Martine today, excoriating Great
Britain for its execution of Roger
Middleboro, Ky. Nine bodies re
covered and 30 persons missing as
result of cloudburst in Berren Valley,
Claiborne county, Tenn.
Washington. After a conference
with Pres. Wilson Sen. Lewis proph
esied adjournment of congress be
tween Sept. 1 and 5.
Cobalt, Ont 400 dead in forest
fire that swept Northern Ontario.
Nyack, N. Y. Throwing baseballs
at a darky's head or at imitation cats
for prizes is a game of skill, not
chance, Supreme Court Justice
NEW YORK STOCKS Motors
weak. Trading light
Partly cloudy tonight and Friday,
probably unsettled tonight; slightly
cooler Friday; gentle variable winds.
Temperature Wednesday High, 81;