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CAR MEN TO VOTE FOR HOYNE
ON HIS RECORD OF FAIRNESS
"Why We Are For Maclay Hoyne"
is the title of an editorial in the Union
Leader, official organ street car
men's union, this week. A letter to
Hoyne is published, signed by eleven
officers of Divisions 241 and 308,
telling Hoyne his "ability, fairness
and determination" as a member of
the arbitration board is appreciated.
"We will vote for Hoyne on his rec
ord of fairness to labor," paid W, S.
McClenathan, secretary-treasurer of,
"IA' men's union today. "Both the
street car men and the Teachers Fed
eration have had a, strong friend in
Hoyne. Personally I was for Cunnea
four years agb and I have an admira
tion for the man. But my vote this
year goes for Hoyne because of his
Chicago Federation of Labor to
morrow will take up the question of
whether an endorsement will be given
any candidate for state's attorney.
The Electrical Workers' Political
league, including members from
Electrical Workers' Local No . 134
and others, has endorsed Miller. "
Cleveland. Shortage of soap here,
Saturday night bath may have to be
postponed until next week.
Pittsfield, Mass. Ameil Sheas?
caught trout in handa while washing
in local-brook. Bragged so much
about the feat that game warden
fined him $10 for fishing out of sea
Seattle. -At meeting to welcome'
women who came here aboard "bil
lionaire special train" to campaign
for Hughes, two women disagreed so
I widely with others at meeting that
they started slapping faces.
Washington. Fact that army
dep't has made no advance prepara
tions for keeping Pershing's army in
Mexico over winter leads to-, belief
that U. S. soldiers will leave Mexican J
NEW YORK STOCKS, Market
irregular. Close firm
U-BOAT FOLLOWS DUTCH SHIP,
New York, Oct. 14. A westbound
submarine was sighted one mile
astern the Danish liner Hellig Olav
at 8:30 yesterday morning by the
White Star liner Bovic, which reach
ed this port from Manchester, Eng
Some of the Bovic's officers believ
ed the submersible was pursuing the
Danish vessel.' Others were not cer
tain that the Hellig Olav was being
chased. The Bovic's captain ordered
fut steam ahead and dashed west
ward at the greatest possible speed
to avoid possible attack.
Boston, Oct 14. "Absolutely noth
ing" has been- hea'rd of the German
submarine U-53 since reports were"
received from the steamship Bovic
early yesterday, the Charlestown
radio station reported today.
A report was current here that the
submarine had been seen off the Mas
sachusetts coast apparently in pur
suit of Or Dutch steamer. This was
confused with reports from the
Bovic. ' '
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