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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 07, 1915, NOON EDITION, Image 2

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t a statement in which attributed the
Thompson victory to the , public's
awakened knowledge of the trust
press' endorsement of corporation
t candidates.
Mayor Wm, Hale Thompson, Rep.
City Treasurer C. rfSergel, Rep.
City Clerk John Siman, Rep.
NEW COUNCIL
(Holdovers in blackface.)
Ward. .Alderman. Politics
1 John Coughlin Dem.
1 Michael Kenna Dem.
2 Hugh Norris Rep.
2 Oscar De Priest Rep.
3 Edward J. Werner Rep.
3 N. A. Stern (short term) . . .Rep.
4 John A. Richert Dem.
4 David R, Hickey .Dem.
5 Thomas A. Doyle Dem.
5 Charles Martin Dem.
6 Willis O. Nance Rep.
6 Alexander A. McCormick. . .Rep.
7 John N. Kimball Ind.
7 Charles E. Merriam Rep.
8 Ernest M. Cross Rep.
8 John E. Tyden Rep.
9 Eugene H. Block Dem.
9 'Hiram Vanderbilt f Rep.
10 James McNichols. . Dem.
10 Frank Klaus Dem.
11 C. F. Pettkoske Dem.
11 'Edward F. Oullerton Dem.
12 Rudolph Mulac , . . Rep.
12 "Otto Koerner Dem.
13 Frank H. Ray Rep.
13 J. R. Anderson Rep.
14 Joseph H. Smith Dem.
14 James H. Lawley Rep.
15 H. Utpatel (long term) . . .Rep.
15 Wm. E. Rodriguez Soc.
16 John Szymkowski Dem.
16 Vincent W. Zwiefka. Dem.
. 17 S. S. Walkowiak Dem.
17 Lewis D. Sitts Rep.
18 William J. Healy Rep.
18 B. J. Grogan Dem.
19 James B. Bowler Dem.
19 John Powers Dem.
,20 Henry L. Fick Dem.
20 H. E. Miller t . Rep.
zi nugo isxause Prog.
,21 'Ellis Geiger Dem.
22 John H. Bauler DenvL
22 William -P. Ellison : . . .Dem.
23 John Kjeilander Rep.
23 Thomas O. Walace Rep.
24 John Haderlein Dem.
24 Herman E. Gnadt Rep.
25 H. D. Capitain (long term) .Rep.
25 F. J. Link (short term) Rep.
26 George Pretzel Rep.
26 'William F. Lipps Rep.
27 Oliver L. Watson Ind.
27 John C. Kennedy Soc.
28 M. J. Dempsey Prog.
28 'Harry E. Littler Rep.
29 Frank McDermott Dem.
29 John Hrubec Rep.
30 rWilliam R. OToole Dem.
30 ! William J. Lynch Dem.
31 Henry P. Bergen Dem.
31 'James A. Kearns Rep.
32 James Rea . . Rep.
32 'Albert J. Fisher Rep.
33 M. A. Michaelson Rep.
33 Robert M. Buck Rep.
34 John Toman Dem.
34 Joseph C. Blaha Rep.
35 Thomas J. Lynch Dem.
35 C. H. Janke Rep.
Re-elected.
The following bond issues won:
Dormitory for John Worthy school,
$60,000. This will enable the bride
well authorities to provide farm col
ony for boys.
Shelter house and farm colony,
$250,000.
Contagious disease hospital, $500,
000. Bathing beaches and playgrounds,
$600,000. ,
Garbage disposal plant, $700,000.
Fire stations, $663,000.
Police stations, $1,199,000. '
The double platoon was defeated.
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DON'T CROWP!
Cleveland, O. A girl with raven
tresses, who imagined she was Nep
tune's daughter, danced on the cold,
cold ground in Wade park at the edge
of the pond last night a la Eve and
sang "In My Bower by the Beautiful
Sea."
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