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SUCCESSFUL CANDIDATES IN
DEMOCRATS. 1, Jolm Cough
lin; 2, Harry Hildreth, Jr.; 3, Ulysses
S. Schwartz; 4, John A. Richert; 5,
Thomas A. Doyle; 6,7talph P. Stem;
7, Marion W. Collett; 8, Thomas F.
Wall; 9, Eugene H. Block; 10, Mas.
McNichoIs; 11, Herman Krumdick;
12, Joseph G. Home; 14, Joseph H.
Smith; 15, Leopold J. Amstein; 16,
John Szymkowski; 17, S. S. Walk
owiak; 18, John J. Touhy; 19, James
B. Fowler; 20, Matt Franz; 21. Dor
sey R. Crowe; 22, Mohn H. Bauler;
23, Fred H. Strauss r 24, John Had
erlein; 25, Joseph E. Dewey; 26, F. 0.
Sebring; 27, Arthur S. Beaudettet 28,
Max Adamowskl; 29, Thomas F.
Byrne; 30, Wm. R. O'Toole; 31, H.
P. Bergen; 32, John T. Jordan; 33,
Frank M. Padden; 34, John Toman;
35, Thomas J. Lynch.
REPUBLICANS. 1, William H.
Schrader; 2, Hugh Norris; 3, Freder
ick W. Patterson; 4, Clarence E. Al
yea; 5, Wm. W. Wilcox; 6, Willis O.
Nance; 7, aJohn N. Kimball; 8, Er
nest M. Cross; 9, Chas. W. Secord; 10,
P. S. Krump; 11, John C. Kruse; 12,
Rudolph Mulac; 13, Geo. L. Robert
son; 14, Wm. F. Gailing; 15, Daniel A.
Roberts; 16, Mathew A. Wabol; 17,
John B. Calo; 18, Wm. J. Healy; 19,
Louis Rubenstein, 20, Henry Ostrow
ski; 21, Earl J. Walker; 22, Chas. A.
Wagner; 23, John Kjellander; 24,
Gustave Neuberg; 25, Frank J. Link;
26, George Pretzel; 27, 'Oliver L.
Watson; 28, M. J. Dempsey; 29, F.
B. Buszin; 30, Fred W. Radcliffe; 31,
Robt R. Pegram; 32, James Rea; 33,
M. A. Michaelson; 34, Edw. A. Lhot
ka; 35, Milton P. Schrock.
BUCK SAYS LUNDIN CENTERED
EFFORTS ON 33D WARD
"City Hall Job-holders and a large
ward campaign fund carried, the 33d
ward, for .Michaelson," said Aid. Buck
today. "This is the home of Fred Lun
din. All available strength that could
T be swung by Lundin was thrown
into this ward. The strategy of it is
clear. Lundin's standing as chair
man of the mayor's patronage com-;
mittee would be impaired if he lost
his own ward. They emptied the gar
ages of the ward and used 150 auto
mobiles as against our eight ma
chines. They had six workers, most
of them paid workers, in every pre
cinct They had canvassers going
from house to house for weeks. They
used the religious issue, one member
of the Guardians of Liberty, a City
Hall printer, advocating Michaelson's
election on the ground that he would
be active in behalf of the Guardians
of Liberty. Our total of volunteer
workers manning the polls yesterday
was 125, as against their 600. A
clean, intelligent candidate lost to a
man whose vote has been at the com
mand of every ganster and every cor
poration that has asked for it"
CONGRESS TO BACK WILSON ON
Washington, March 1. Congress
will put itself on record regarding ad
ministration's course toward Ger
many. Democratic leaders today rat
ified president's suggestion that vote
be taken, and taken soon. Leaders
discussed with president means of
bringing vote' about and exact ques
tion first to be determined by such a
Since chief purpose of president is
to demonstrate to Germany that the
country supports his attitude, house
and senate leaders, following long
discussion with president at the
White House, went back to capitol to
frame an issue that will bring out
that point clearly.
No vote was to be attempted to
day, but the road" was to be cleared
for It and the machinery set In mo
tion. o o
Baltimore, Md "Woodrow and
Theodore will be next presidential
candidates," predicted Billy Sunday
in sermon last night