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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, September 11, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 25',
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Scandinavian Grand Lodge of Illi
nois endorsed Morton D. Hull.
Wm. E. Golden, who started the
movement for the purchase of War
ren Woods In Austin for use as pub
lic park, is Dem." candidate for legis
lature, 21st district.
C. Gottfied Berg, Rep. candidate
for legislature, 31st district, is out
for home rule - and. constitutional
Fayette S. Munro confident he will
"bust the slates" and be nominated
Frank L Smith received endorse
ment of 7th ward Progressive organ
ization. Morton D. Hull' said Sam Ettelson
Would be Lundln's political agent at
Springfield if Lowden is eelcted..
The Hull managers accuse their
enemies of being prepared to ring in
"floaters" at Wednesday primaries.
John G. Cannon to watch for frauds.
John E. North up said Harry B. Mil
ler as city prosecutor has- dropped
48 per cent of court cases because
Lowden winds up campaign today.
His managers claim victory by
Friends of Chas. P. White, Rep.
candidate for sec'y of state, betting
even money he wins.
Albert W. Cohn, Rep. candidate for
lieut. gov., says he will carry Cook
I.'J. Brown is Dem. candidate for
board of equalization, 6th district"
Julius Johnson, Rep. candidate for
state auditor, will probably get solid
support of Deneen-Progressive wing.
Jas. M. Wilkerson has declared for
Frank 0. Lowden.
V big primary vote is expected for
Christian M. Madsen, candidate for
re-election to legislature, 23d district.
Union labor is giving "his active- aid.
Portland, Me. Maine state elec
tions being held today. Both parties
gay they will win.
BERNHARDT STARTS U. S. TOUR
Sarah Bernhardt, reported in bet
ter health than ofi bef last American,
tour in J913, is scheduled to arrive
early iiuOctober for atour of the
United States. She will be supported
by Max Undian and a cast of young
Wastage from the average Ameri
can family table of persons enjoying
a salary ofj?100 monthly upwanj
would provTBe sustenance for a
French or, Belgian family of the
same number of persons, accortUsjg
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