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TO QUI?: PROSPECTIVE
'CANDIDATES AT FEAST
Why do you -think you should
be the republican candidate -for
governor of Illjnois ? '- r.
If you -'are'" nominated, -why
should the people qf theitateof
Illinois cast their ballots foryou?
-What will bcydur policy, if you
are elected? -1'.
.If presen t'plaps are-carrie out,
these jand. similar questions-"will
tie asked the numerous seekers
of -the republican nomination, for
governor at a' banquet; to be given
by "the 'Hamilton Club about the"
middle of January. ,
Gov.. Deneen, States "Attorney.
Wayman, Wajter Clyde Tones,
Len Small, an&jany other avow
ed candidates who may be in the
field at the time will be invited to
attend and define their platform.
Gov.' Deneen ; and Wayman
have already" been approached by
representatives of the club, and
1 have signified their willingness to
attend. Deneen said to a mem
ber Qf the club that he, would
make no definite 'announcement
that he was after the nomination
until Jan. 7; buUthe fact that he
has agjeed to attend .the banquet
is taken as -conclusive .evidence
that the.governor.will seek a thjrd
term. . ,-, r r
It is rumored that --the Mar
quette Club, an organization of
business menwill- sdisband., be
fore the 'campaign, .-and throw
most of its membership into the
.Hamilton Club,. in ian effect to
make the political body a strong
erand more effectiv.e aid for -the
waublican -candidate' in tfie" eru-
bernatorial race. The affiliation
will probably be announced' in a"
few days, prior to the banquet at
which the candidate for the nom- '
ination will bepresent' r T
ciuBS ""JOIN MbVEMENT
lAGAINST DANCE EVTL ,
.Another boost was' given the
Juvenile Protective LeagueVplan
lic dancehaHs yesterday, . when
three South Side clubs joined 'the'
movement for regulation, classi
fication' and supervision af-Jai
public dance halls. ' - . '
The clubs are the Eureka, St. -Laurence-an'd
clubs, all of Grand Crossing. Of
ficers and members of theclubs
have found that the dances, for
merly their most important 1
source of revenue, are not receiv-
ing the patronage they did in the '
The report of the Juvenile
Protective Associationon dance l
afls! which placed the majority'
in .art -unfavorable 'light, stamp- '
jng thenv as a commerlialized ad-
junctlto the viqe andJiquor inter- "
ests, is held responsible ffot the
light attendance. ' ' ',
The members -o'f these three '
clubs Relieve that with proper su- j
pervisipn youngipeople will again
attend the .dance, secure in the -?
knowledge tfiat everything., will '"
be "all right." )
Thomas G: Cassidy- president r
of the St. Laurence Club, is .the
originator- of, the "supervised
dance"-ideaas regards the clubs
of Grand Crossing. t
Following the application, two
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