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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 05, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 3

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entrance into her house, found her In
3e& suffering from a number of se
vere scalp wounds.
Attempts to question Mrs. Living
ston were futile and her death yester
day left them in the dark as to the
cause.
Her husband, employed by the
Western Electric Co., is to be a wit
ness at the' coroner's inquest today.
WHO'LL BE TH NEXT MAYOR?
LATEST POLITICAL TALK
With the state and county elec
tions over the attention of the politi
cians is now centered on the mayor
alty campaign. In the apparent de
feat of Roger Sullivan the Harrison
men see a chance for their faction to
again put ove ra mayor because all
harmony agreements have ended
now.
If Roger Sullivan had been elected
United States senator it would have'
bee nthe finish of Carter Harrison 'in
local politics. All except a few ward
bosses would have -flocked around
Roger.
Harrison has remained sphinx-like
in regard to his own plans. Con
gressman Sabath is trying to get him
to run again, but some say the mayor
wil lsit back and back Bill Sexton,
former corporation counsel, for the
place.-
Then there is the ambition of
County Judge John Owens. But his
recent beating by Judge Scully has
caused a loss of confidence on the
part of his friends. Andy Lawrence
and the Hearst papers would be be
hind Owens.
Judge Chas. M. Walker is' another
likel ychoice, and if nominated could
probably get the undivided support of
the Democrats.
Bob Sweitzer's overwhelming vic
tory Tuesday may cause Sullivan to
run him. Some Sullivan me are also
talking of John Rainey, clerk of the
Circuit Court Then John P. Gibbons
Is a possibility.
The one man they all seem afraid
of is Aid. Charles E. Merriam. Mer-
riam's record wguld stan dwell. He
will make the race. Jf he decides to
enter, as either a nonpartisan or a
Progressive.
William Hale Thompson, among
the Republicans, is. a strong possibil
ity, as is Chief Justice Harry Olson
of the Municipal Courtr It will be
remembered that in the Democratic
landslide of 1912 Olson was one can
didate for a high office that was
saved from the wreckage of the
G. O. P.
Judge Kavanagh would be the
Tribune's choice if Robert R. Mc
Cormick has stifled" his mayoralty
ambitions.
ROCKEFELLER 'SAYS' HE 'IS NOT.
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New York, Nov. 5. William Rock
efeller, accompanied by his personal
counsel, John Govern, appeared per
sonally before Judge Foster i nthe
United States District Court today
an dentered a plea of not guilty to
the indictment charging conspiracy
returned m the New Haven case.
Constantinople. Two British
cruisers are bombarding town of
Jaffe.

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