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Chas. Boeschenstein, III. nat'l com
mitteeman and. Roger Sullivan aid,
has been given place in Wilson west
Northwest Young Men's Hebrew
Republican club formed to oppose
Thompson candidates in memory of
John E. Northup denied Harry Mil
ler's statement that Fred Lundin
made Northup an asst state's att'y
under John Healy.
John F. O'Malley's organization
endorsed W. B. Brinton for governor.
Other Sullivan leaders expected to
W. J. Hennessey, candidate v for
congress 1st district, says ha has
spent only 4 cents on campaign.
Everett Jennings, Dem. candidate
for congressman-at-Iarge, left for
speaking trip downstate.
Ex-Mayor Harrisonr has taken ac
tive, charge of anti-Sullivan- cam
paign. Mrs. Antoinette Funk has come out
Ed Brundage worried over number
of City Hall employes who attended
Dick Barr meeting yesterday. Re
ports of double-crossing in air.
Frank L. Smith again outdrew
Lowden and Hull when three held
noonday meetings' yesterday. Smith
is beginning to worry the old fac
tionists. Friends of C. F, White, G. O. P.
candidate for sec'y of state, said he
is winner by straw vote taken in loop
Frank L. Smith says Hull candi
dacy is dead and Lowden run is
' Several real estate men endorsed
Chas. Ringer for board of assessors.
Frank Sullivan, G. O. P. "har
mony" candidate for congress 8th
district, endorsed by Hoisting and
Portable Engineers' union. Sullivan
managers claim union men in dis
trict are sohd for him.
either Smith or Low,den would weak-'
en Republican ticket in Illinois.
Socialist mass meeting will be held
at Schley school, Oakley blvd. and
Potomac av., tonight Rep. C. M.
Madsen,-Ald. Rodriguez, Aid. Ken-,
nedy, Seymour Stedman, Carl D.
Thompson, Samuel Holland, Samuel
Kadfch, Morris Bakall and J. Louis
Engdahl will speak. x
Fayette S. Munro urged harmoniz
ing of state with federal laws.
Maj. W. L, Brown, Kansas, told
Wilson managers that practically
all Spanish war veterans are for Wil
son. Sen. James Hamilton Lewis select
ed by Democrats to trail Hughes.
Boetious Sullivan, son of Roger C,
shocked Sullivan men by declaring
for Sec'y of State Stevenson instead
of Barth Collins.
Morton D. Hull, said nomination. AfLto use mine."
REPORTS ROBBERY AT Y.W.C.A.
ORDERED TO GIVE UP ROOM
Directors and boosters of the
Young Women's Christian aSs'n
were considerably shocked at the
little inside story of the workings of
the association hotel, given out by
Hazel Underwood, a student from
Chatfield, Minn., until yesterday a
guest at the association. -"
Miss Underwood says she was or
dered to mave after she reported to
the police a robbery of $20 from her
room. When she first discovered her
loss she claims she was told by Mrs.
Jenkins, the superintendent, to
"keep quiet." But the girl violated
the order by calling in two detectives.
A request to leave the ass'n was the
result Fear of unpleasant publicity
is believed to be the reason. r
"There have been many other
cases' Said Miss Underwood. "Last
week a giri who was, traveling
around the world lost $100 and two
railroad tickets. Nothing was done
about that I know of others who
lost property. I cannot afford to give
out their names. You are welcome