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MRS. ROBINS THROWS HER HAT IN THE RING
Mrs. Raymond Robins.
Mrs. Raymond Robins, wife of the
state chairman of the Bull Moose
party and famour in her own right,
tossed her hat into the ring last night
and filed as a candidate for the Pro
gressive nomination for alderman of
the 17th ward.
Mrs. Robins makes' the eighth wo
man candidate for the city council.
Paul W. Rothenberg, who has at
tained more or less notoriety in con
nection with the vote fraud cases,
withdrew as -a candidate for the Re
publican nomination for alderman
irom the 34th waxd.
Another vote fiasd character that
strolled into the election commission
ers' office last night was'Morrie Abra
hams. He wants to be an alderman
from the 20th ward, to fill the uncom
pleted term of his brother, the late
Swell Yes, sir, I make all my
money by the sweating system by
making the' other fellows do the
sweating while I rake in. the coin.
Friend I should be ashamed to ac
knowledge it if I were you. Swell
Why, there's no harm in being the
proprietov of a Turkish bath, is