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WEITZER AND THOMPSON LINE
UP FOR THE BIG BATTLE
"Now for the election" was the
watchword in the camps of Sweitzer
and Thompson. The candidates will
pause shortly for arresjt from the pri
mary campaigning and then plunge
into a more bitter fight, which will
wind up III the April -election. "
Thompson had a bare 2,324 margin
over Judge Olson. Sweitzer carried
the Demooatfic nomination by 77,551.
The Rejlbllcan race was one of
the closest In the history of the city.
Thompson gathered 87,059 votes,
while Olson received 84,735.
Charles M. Thomson, congressman
and Progressive candidate, intends to
run, according to a dispatch from
Washington. He received 2,243
Following are nominees for other
Democrats Geo. B. Gorman for
city treasurer; Jas. J. Sullivan, city
clerk, and Cyril Jantys for municipal
judge. Al lare Sullivan men.
Republicans Chas. H. Sergei, city
treasurer; John Siman, city clerk,
and Hosea Wells for judge. They
were on Deneen's slate.
Progressive Tom Murray, city
treasurer; Jos. M. Mueller, city clerk;
Hector A. BrouHlet, municipal judge.
1 W. S. Troupe.
2 Oscar de Priest
3 zE. J. Werner.
3 xNatA. Stern.
4 Louis Lambine.
5 C. P. Rramp.
7 C. E. Merriam.
8 J. E. Tyden.
9 H. Vanderbilt
10 S. B. Panama.
11 G. H. Lohmann.
12 Charles Fink.
13 J. R. Anderson.
-J.T W T.-arlAW.
zT. D. Nash.
D. R. Hickey.
Chas. Martin. '
W. J. Lindsay.
J. R. Emerson.
E. F. Cullerton.
xE. J. KaindL
V. S. Zweifka.
J 17 Lewis D.Sitts.
18 C. T. Murray. ,
19 M. L. Levinson.
20 H. E. Miller.
21 C. T. Funke.
22 J. Dochtermann.
23 T. 0. Wallace.
24 H. G. Gnadt.
25 xF. J. Link.
26 W. F. LIpps.
27 C. H. RIoch.
28 H.T. Littler.
29 John Hrubec.
30 Alex J. Buse.
31 R. R. Pegram.
32 A. J. Fisher.
33 L R. Hazen.
34 Jofl. C. Blalia.
35 C. H. Janke.
B. J. Grogan.
W. P. Ellison.
F. J. Harrington
F. M. Becker.
xH. M. Quinn.
C, L. McGrane.
B. M. Sharvy.
H. C. Kilens.
W. J. Lynch.
F. J. Corr.
C. H. Wasson.
S. J. Stevenson,
W, J. Held.
J. S. Clark.
Renominated. xTo fill vacancy
The Progressives made nomina
tions in only ten wards, "as follows:
1, W. A. Mitchell; 2, Simon P. Gary
3, zJ. H. Bermingham; 3, xH. C. Og
den; 6, T. D. Knight; 7, D. Jamieson;
10, Mrs. B. H. Smidl; 13, L. G. Ross;
15, zA. B, Becker; 15, xK. L. Ander
son; 18, Robert W. Brennen; 25,
zHarper E. Osborn; 25, xHenry M.
Walker and Gaylord L. Weaver, tied;
33, David H. Harnley; 34, Harry J
There were no contests for places
on theh Socialist ticket Seymour
Stedman for mayor, Adolph Dreifuss
for city treasurer, L. W. Hardy for
city clerk, and E. M. Winston for mu
nicipal judge, headed the ticket Like
wise, there were no contests for Pre-
OLSON WILL NOT CONTEST
Unless the return from a few miss
ing precincts greatly ohange the mar
gin which Thompsdn'holds over Ol
son, a contest is improbable. The
missing precincts, it is expected, will
Bwell Thompson's totaL
As soon as it became known that
he was nominated, Thompson issued
a plea for a soSd party and trouble
from the Olson force is not expected