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Frank Sullivan, Rep. candidate for
congress, 8th district, who has "har
mony" support, says be will win the
nomination by a 3 to 1 shot -on union
labor support that is behind him. Sul
livan has endorsement from bulk of
West Side labor unions.
John A. Ulrich, Dem. candidate pr
municipal judge, has pledged him
, self to "justice for the poor" and for
"justice tempered with mercy."
John S. Burns, Dem. candidate for
re-election' to legislature from ljth
district, is being highly endorsed by
the Women's Trade Union league
anL other labor bodies. Burns was
an active fighter for such bills as
the 54-hour week bill, anti-injunction v
-bill, health, safety and comfort bill,
one day rest in seven bill, minimum
wage bill (which be introduced in xthe
house), home rule for Chicago and
a score of other good ones.
Dr. Belva Lockwood, the only wom
an who ever ran for president has
deserted the Republican party and
come out for Wilson.
Frank L, Smith again drew big
crowd at his no5n-day loop meeting
I Italo-American Republican club
endorsed Frank 0. Lowden for gov
ernor. Ceo. M. Cohan, actor, playwright
and manager, is busy organizing the
Wilson-Marshall National Theatrical
league. ' v
Guy C. Grapple, G. O. P. candidate
for congress, "8th, district, says he will
win over Frank Sullivan,
"p James Q. Monroe, sec'y to late,
Harry Woods when latter was sec'y
of state, is now running for that
office as Democrat. Monroe was a
friend of Gov. Altgeld in his lifetime
and is running on an "Altgeld plat
form." Ten delegates from all over state
representing Chas. F. White, G. 0. P.
candidate for sec'y of state, met
hereyesterday. Said their-candidate
was a sure winner, - v ,
Victor 0:'QIandcr dsnfad report
that Rep. Jas. C. McGloon, 19th dis
trict, was ufifair to labor. Says Mc
Gloon's labor record is good.
Aid. C. E. Merriam spoke for Rev.
Melbourne Boyntbn last night.
Joe Grein, former city sealer, who
is running for Dem. nomination for
congress, 8th district, will have mem
bers of ijewsboys' union as watch
ers at pools tomorrow.
John E. Northup claims Harry Bl
Miller's primary expenses total $60,
000. Wants to know who's going to
Walter M. Provine, candidate for
att'y-gen., says J3cott McBriae is
spending Anti-Saloon league money
to get votes for Hull and Geo: Wil
son. Sullivan crowd expect to cut a big
melon tonightvto aid Brinton's can
didacy. BUCHANAN FOR CONGRESS
Frank Buchanan, supported by the
Wilson Democrats, the American
Federation ot Labor, the Illinois Fed.
of Labor and the Chicago Federation
of Labor, appears a sure winner for
renominatibn tomorrow. Buchanan
is .being fought by the corporations,
the anti-Wilson men and gang poli
He has been too busy in Washing
ton to do much campaigning, but his
work has. been handled here, by the
following members of the Frank Bu
chanan Labor Campaign club: Victor
A. Olander, John Fitzpatrick, Simon
O'Donnell, Mrs.' Raymond . Robins,
Agnes Nestor, Edward Nockels, J. J.
Conroy, Oscar F. Nelson, Chas. Dold,
F. G: Hopp, Emmett T. Flood, R. H.
Houlihan, Clayton A. Pense, Jos. W.
Morton, G. Dal Jones, Wm, S. Mc
Clanathan, L. D. Bland, Jas. B. Con
nors and Wm. Tabor.
Buchanan received unanimous en
dorsement of Chicago Federation of
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