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1 rence to the attention of County
Judge Scully. -
The Tribune, in spite of the jolt
handed to its selections by the voters
Wednesday, is trying to come baeik
as a political factor. It Is reported
that Maje McCormick is busy trying.
to frame a deal with Frank O. Low
den by which the Trib is to make a
hard fight for Louden in return -for
Lowden's support-of Cousin Medill
McCormick for the nomination for
U. S. senator two years hence.
Lowden" was in Chicago yesterday.
Friends .of Maje McCfarmick had fiis
ear. Lowden was urged to forget the
support of Hull given by the Tribune.
They pointed out Medill McCor
mick's run for congressman-at-large
as an argument in his favor.
Butv friends of Frank O. Lowflen
urge differently. They pojnt out that
the Trib will have to get in the Low
. den bandwagon, regardless of what
the Trib gets opt of it And they say
Lowden has already promised his
support to Former Att'y Gen. W. H.
Stead, who managed Ijis campaign,
and has" practically announced I his
candidacy for the senatorehip.,
If any senatorship deal Is framed
up between Lowden and the Trib
the Thompson-Lundin crowd will
-have to be consulted. It's a cinch
they wont get behind Medill McCor
mick if the Trib keeps op. pounding
Fred Lundin and referring to
Thompson as "Bill the Boob."
The Trib fe in a badhole. Their
pets, Charley Deneen and Roy West,
have been sadly walloped and the
Trib is about ready tec shake them.
So if the Trib wants anything In fu-
ture it looks as though Maje McCor
mick will -have-to trail along with.
Harry Miller, Oscar De Priest, Tom
Curran, Percy Coffin andCthe resit of
the bunch and holler for Big Bill and
Latest returns show that ztit
Sen. Richard J. Barr has probably
won the Republican nomination, for i
T att'yTgeneral over Edward J. BrUnd-
age. 5arr iooks UKe ne win navea
plurality of from 1,000 to 2,000.
Brundage's crowd believe that a
little more activity on the part of the
Thompson-Lundin crowd would have
made Brundage an easy winner.
In the 1st wardr where Francis P.
Brady, a red-hot Thompson man, is
the Republican boss, Barr got 1,301
votes, while Brundage only get 330;
in the 2d ward, where "Big Bill" is
strongest and Sam Ettelson, Sen.
Harding and Oscar De Priest are in
control, Barr received 1,467 and
Brundage 1,338. The Brundage men
claim this ward would have gone
solid for Brundage if the City Hall
had given the word. In the 10th ward, .
controlled by Tom Curran, close pal
of Big BUI, Barr got 580 and Brund
age 139. I
LieuL-Gov. Barratt ID'Hara ap
pears to have lost in his race for Te
nomination to Henry W. Huttmann,
the anti-labor candidate. There is
every evidence' that the Dunne fac
tion 'worked for Huttmann except in
heavy union labor words,, where they
feared boosting Huttmann would
hurt Dunne. ,The race is still close,
however, with half fhe state to hear'
from and Huttmann only a little
more than 5,000 to the good.
Ex-Senator Billy Mason appears to
have "come back.". Early today he
appeared tb have a good lead over
Burnett M. Chiperfield for the seconds
nomination for congressman-at-large.
Medill McCormick "ran first
The Anti-Saloon league seems "to
have assured itself of a comfortable
majority in both houses.
Democratic chieftains say the
small Democratic vote has no bear
ing on the November election asall
the pre-primary attention was cen-"
tered ,pn the three-cornered fight bej,
tween Lowden,- Smith and IJuH
throughout the state and the scrap
between Harry B. Miller and John
Northup in Cook county.
Charies Ringer jolted the Thomp-son-Lundln
slate by copping the