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speech last night, made no promisp
as to how he would fight with the
suffragists "for the cause," the lead-
ere seemed satisfied that he would
POLITICIANS ARE CONSIDERING
CHANCES AS WIND-UP COMES
With the shouting, band,-playing,
stalling and mud-slinging practically
over, politicians are taking stock of
their primary chances.
' The Roger Sullivan crowd, forced
into the open by a sizzling attack
made by Carter Harrison, Sen. Lewis
and other anti-Sullivan men, have
tipped their mitt to their plan to knife
Gov. Dunne for William B. Brinton.
They made a"n effort to keep the
double-cross concealed until the last
minute for fear of hurting the Roger
Sullivan men on the county ticket.
But it's out
It is quite likely that about 80 per
cent of the Sullivanstrerigth will go
to Brinton, which will undoubtedly
make him a formidable candidate for
the nomination for governor. But
Dunne's friends figure; even though
they admittDunne was caught asleep,
that the governor has a strong fol
lowing downstatef, should carry Cook
county in spite of the Sullivan we.ll
Oiled machine -and will get the big
part of the labor vote and the initia
tive and referendum advocates.
' On the Republican side Prank L.
Smith is the big worry 'to the Lundin
and Deneert crowds. Smith's remark
able success in Chicago during the
past week has shocked the old fac
tionists. They'rebeginning to fear
that he may close 4n the same man
ner that Bill Thompson closed his
" Smith's big points have been in at
tacking Lowdejl as a candidate of the
"Gundin "spoilsmen" and the big
union-hating corporation and llittlng
Hull as a Deneen factionist through
whom the ex-gov. expects to get his
finger once more on the state patron-Age.
NEW YORK SYMPATHETIC WALK
OUT MAY AID CARMEN
New York, Sept 9. The greatest
fight for the preservation of union
ism in the history of New York was
forecast today when the Central Fed
erated Union, representing approxi
mately 750,000 men and women, of
all trades, appointed a committee,
with power to call a general sympa
thetic strike if such action is neces-
sary to aid the striking employes of
the traction companies.
The action of the federated union
was taken after an all-night session
at the labor temple. The traction
companies were bitterly assailed for
their open threat to destroy the Am
algamatedtAssociation of Street and
Electric Railway Emp'loyes.
THROWING THE BULL FAILS TO
. ATTRACT SPANISH GIRLS
New York, Sapt 9. Spanish se
noritas are swarming to the movies
and turning a cold shoulder on the'
activities of the toreador and the
weli-known bull, according to latest
advices from that country brought
here today by James Hawes, an Eng
lishman. Bull fighting is rapidly los
ing Its popularity in favor 'of the
movies, the traveler said.
Oyster Bay. Republican cam- '
pafea managers came here yesterday
to plead with Rqosevelt to hurry up
and put some "pep" into Republican
campaign. Roosevelt posed for the
New York. Edward Mancino, 26
killed 17-year-old brie Rosie be
cause she wore Ifaming red skirt;
then blew out his brains. , :
New York. Miss Pauline Cann,
Barnard college graduate, typed' he
own marriage contract as it was dic-7
tated by fiance and they hummed'
"Lohengrin" as they took subway to
the City Hall, '
Petrograd. Gen. Korniloff, captur-'
ed by Austrians in Galifcia n May,
1915, escaped Austrian prison camp
and has reached Bucharest