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DEMOCRATS COPPED TUESDAY'S
ELECTION BY BIG MAJORITY
Chicago Democrats won yester
day's election. They elected'22 alder
men, Republicans 11, Progressives 3,
Independent 1. .
Francis D. Connery, Democrat, was
elected city -clerk by a plurality of
Michael J. Flynn, Democrat, elect
ed city treasurer by plurality of
John M. O'Connor, Democrat,
elected judge of Superior Court by
plurality of 46,351.
The bond issue was voted for by
majority of 2,319121,202 Yes,
Chicago voted for the annexation
of Cicero by' vote of 124,820 For,
51,420 Against Cicero voted against
annexation by vote 'of 971 to 1,644.
There was very little- fraud de
tected. Meyer Verier, .election judge in the
2nd precinct of the 20th ward was
arrested on complaint of Kellogg
Fairbank of the Municipal -Voters'
League, who charged that Verier ac
companied many vpters and advised
them ,to vote for Manny Abrahams.
Verier was released on his own
recognizance to appear at County
George Wells, 354 Sheldon street,
a worker for Frank Gazzolo, Demo
cratic candidate for .alderman in 18th
ward, was beaten , unconscious in
fight with John Burns,, 376 Carroll
avenue. Burns was arrested and re
leased on 'bonds.
James Madden attempted to. vote
under name of Barney Mullen in, 'the
12th precinct of ,18th wardo Arrested.
Held by sheriff without bail.
D. Rauskin, saloonkeeper, 1446
Cleaver street, arrested for keeping
his saloon open during voting hours.
In 12th precinct of 18th ward many
voters refused to enter polling place,
located iri1 Desplaines street police
Following Is the list of Aldermen
elected and their pluralities:
Ward. - Winner. ' Plurality.
1 Michael Kenna, D... 3,647
- 2 G. F. Harding, Jr:, R. 3,385
3 Thos. D. Nash, D ... .1,636
4 Jos. F. Ryan, D 4,216
5 P. J. CarrJ D .'3i720
6 Theo. K. Long, R... 957
7 C. E. Merriam. I . 130
8 J. R. Emerson, D. .. 1 ;498r
9 H. Vanderbjlt, P 145
10 Frank Klaus, D 696
11 -E. F. Cullerton.'D 1,132
12 Otto Kerner.D -583
12 Joseph I. Novak, D.. 1,247
13 T. -J. Ahern, D ,4.098
14 J. H. Lawley, R .129"
.15 H. Utpatel, P .. 355
16 Stanley H. Ktinz, D. .2,348
17 Lewis D. Sitts, R. . . i 201
18 F. F. Gazzolo, O 631
19 Jdhri Powers, D 2,611
20 E. Abrahams, D 1,089
21 Ellis GeigeV, D 2,326
22 V. J. Schaeffer, D. . . .3,765
23 Jacob A. Hey, P ,53 '
24 Aug. Krum'holz, D... 2,193,.
"25 H. D. Capitain, R' 2,130
.25' J. A. Freund, R 568
26 fWm. F. Lipps, R.... 1,736
27 G. E Trebing, D 2,190' '
28 H. E. Littler, R. . 884' -
29 F. B. Janovsky, D 1,594
30 C P. Latchford, D. . .3,397
31. James A. Kearns, R. . 429.
32 A. J. Fisher, R. . 1,030 J:
33 lrwin R. Hazen, R. . .1,805
34 W.J. Held, D 1,860
35 M. J. Healy, D. .... .2,969
"I got a great deal, of water in my
ears," he skid, as he came puffing out
of the surf. "I thought the ocean
looked rather low'lreplied his friend.
Showers and thunderstorms late
today or tonight for Chicago and'
vicinity; warmer tonight;. Thursday
unsettled and colder; high south' "to
.southwest winas witn squalls.