.fHumhauser for judge of Superior
Court; Little Nemo for county clerk;
Skinney Shaner for chief of police,
and Jennie, of the several mistakes,
for supfc of schools. Harry Thaw
and Simon "O'Donnell may even be
urged to take some sort of. offices.
Just -where the Barrett brothers will
be placed has not been determined.
For it is true that the Hearst army
contemplates the invasion of Chi
cago and it is also true thatHearst
wants to forget the political game for
awhile. It has been a source of too
many of his nervous headaches.
Hearst has been in Chicago con--fernng
with Harrison M. Parker over
various ways to obtain tnore adver
tising. They have personally super
intended the campaign
One of the' strong signs of Andyv's
downfall has been the engaging of
a new city editor to take the place on
the Examiner formerly occupied by
his brother Fred, who is now on a
"vacation." But Andy still insists he
is a power.
Many reasons have been ascribed
for the rumored downfall of Law
rence. His drop as a politician has
undoubtedly been caused by his
' "grab-it-all" methods. When Mayor
Harrison was elected-mayor, Law
rence had Campbell appointed head
of the civil service, Charley Fitzmor
ris appointed the mayor's secretary,
Bill Stuart appointed chief clerk of
the election board. These men were
directly from the Hearst service. In
addition he filled up the .majority of
the other fat jobs.
vHis first fall from power came
when State's Attorney Hoyne refused
to turn over his entire list, of ap
pointees to him. '
And then while Andy was striving
to retain his wobbly throne came the
worse crash of all. It was when the
Butts legislative -committee came
here to investigate the voting ma
chine deal. Lawrence immediately
left for California.
' The deposing of Lawrence at this
time also robs him of enjoying the
fruits of the police reorganization
ilan which he fought for so long.
But Andy still has hopes.
CUT INTO JOHN D.'S DOUGH FOR
New York, Oct. 25. Mrs. James
V- Rutherford wa arrested at Atlan
tic Highlands, N. J.r charged with
cutting m on one of John D. Rocke
feller's sources of income to the tune
Before her marriage, Mrs. Ruther
ford was" employed in the coupon de
partment' of the Southern Pacific as
Miss Eveline Porriettfe. On Sept. 20,
Rockefeller sent in 10Q "convertible
fours" -coupons, valued at $20 each
When the coupons reached Miss
Porriette, she discovered that ' the
punch used in cancelling such paper
ha'd not stamped them. They were
still good for $2,000 and Miss Porri
ette placed them in a New Jersey
i She ,was released on, bail, andT is
understood to have returned $1,600
of the money she obtained.
WOMEN'S TRADE UNION LEAGUE
HALLOWE'EN PARTY .
The annual Hallowe'en dancing
party of the Women's Trade Union
League will be given at the LaSallo
Hotel on Saturday evening, Novem
ber 1, and, as the affair is to be in
formal, with some' fancy dancing, it
Is predicted that it will be the usual
Miss Jane Adams and Mrs". Ray
mond Robins are among the list of
hostesses - which includes women
prominently connected, with the trade
.. Tickets are sold at fifty cents, each,
and may be obtained at the office of
the League, 166 'West Washington
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