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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, February 26, 1913, Image 8

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seriously hurt when elevator
knocked him down in basement of
the hotel. Spine dislocated. May
die.
Policeman J. F. Houlihan, 1814
W. 35th st., dead. Tuberculosis.
Had been on force 22 years.
John Bikfie, 45, 62 E. 12th St.,
severely hurt by auto. Louis
Brown, 19, 10346 S. Michigan av.,
driver, arrested. Charged with as
sault. E. G. Schmidt, pres. County
Traction Co., does not know, he
says, to wnat union nis men De
long. Wonder if he knows this is
1913?
W. J. Webster, ex-pres. Web
ster Specialty Co., 2130 Clifton
Park av., fined $250 for sending
immoral matter through the
mails.
Richard Webb, negro, arrested
for selling cocaine to Gertrude
Moore. $200 and costs.
Frank Powell stole 8 cents
from newsstand of Cale Baronev
E. Adams st. and S. Wabash av.
Fined $5.
Ed A. Lutter, 1st lieut. of Co.
F, 2d Infantry, I. N. G., elected
captain of his company at elec
tion yesterday.
Mrs. S. Garick, 907 E. 93d st.,
wants police to find her husband
and son, Stephen, 7. Believes he
kidnapped the boy.
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CUNNEA STILL GAINING
Ballot boxes in the seventh
ward were opened when the re
count of votes in the contest be
gun by Wm. A. Cunnea against
btate's Attorney Maclay Hoyne
was resumed.
In five precincts canvassed up
to 2 o'clock Cunnea had added 37
votes to his total and Hoyne lost
22, making a net gain of 59 for
Cunnea. Rinaker, Republican,
and Hajght, Progressive, also
lost.
Fifteen Hoyne votes were
thrown out because they bore
"stickers" on which was printed
the candidate's name. At the
start of the recount Judge Bald
win announced all ballots with
"stickers" attached would be in
validated. Assistant State's Attorney a-Br-ney
Mahoney, representing
Hoyne in the recount, paved the
way for an appeal in case his su
perior is defeated by declaring
the "sticker" question would be
again argued before Judge Baldwin.
SENATORIAL DEADLOCK
Springfield, 111., Feb. 26.
Deadlock on the U. S. senator
ships was not broken today when
the legislature convened in joint
session.
Result on long-term ballot:
Lewis, 85; Sherman, 74; Funk,
21; Graham, 4; Berlyn, 4; Til
den, 1.
Votes on the short term were
scattered among a score of can
didates, Boeschenstein and Sher
man leading.
Republicans 'and Democrats
failed to get together on a Lewis
Sherman agreement. Each man
wanted the long term. It is doubt
ful whether Lewis could swing
enough Democrats to put through
the deal.

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