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Seymour Stedman, Socialist can
didate for governor, and Wm. A.
Cunnea, candidate for state's att'y,
will speak tonight before Englewood
Business Men's club at Old Yale
theater bldg., 63d street, across from
First Nat'l Bank bldg., and later at
Social Turner hall, Belmont av. and
Friends of Joe Kostner say the
bosses of the Trib will have another
shock when they read the plurality
that Kostner will get over Medill Mc
dormick for congressmanat-large.
y 'Frank Sullivan, Republican nom
inee for congress, "8th district, has
received the endorsement of several
labor unions. Sullivan seems to be
making a great race against Con
gressman Tom Gallagher.
Bill Cunnea's supporters say he
will win in spite of the fact that the
Trib is with him.
Judge Harry Dolan is finding the
kindness he showed the kids in the
boys' court is bringing its reward.
Dolan looks to have a good chance
to lead the field in his race for re
election. Warning to visitors at the G. O. P.
national headquarters: Don't men
tion the Wilson Chicago reception to
Harry Miller refuses to take warn
ing from the failure of Big. Bill's at
tempt to straddle the wets and drys.
Harry's telling the church folks, that
he's for the Sunday closing law and
then he turns around and tells the
liberals he believes in "good" times,
Political dopesters are beginning
to figure that Miller's only chance
lies in the possibility of Cunnea cut
ting into Hoyne.
Lundin's lieutenants say that if
'Cunnea and Hoyne split the labor
vote Miller has a good chance.
When a Lundin man can't talk a
person into voting for Miller he be-
,gins to plug Cunnea. Anything to
beat Hoyne is the cry.
Ex-Cov. Martin Glynn, N. Y., will
address big- Democratic rally at Ar
cadia hall Jonight
Celtic societies poll on state'p at
torney's race: Hoyne, 432; Cunnea,
169; Miller, 63.
Harry B. Miller told the Church
Federation yesterday of the days'
when he marched on the street and
prayed with the Salvation Army.
They're calling Harry "Salvation
Nell" now. v
Edward Walz, Republican candi
date for legislature, 21Jth. district, has
received indorsement of Public Own
Wm. A. Cunnea told the Church
Federation that If we must have a
segregated district to have it over on
the Lake Shore drive, not among the
County Recorder Jos. F. Connery
is getting the active support of the
Torrens Land Title Registration
league, with its 45,000 membership.
Judge Kickhatn Scanlan, Republi
can, says of Hoyne: "This man ia
honest and above price. He possess
es courage of a high order. Improp
er influences, no matter how subtle,
will "not affect him."
LOOKS LIKE MORE DODGING!
The old fight of the council and
the people versus Chief of Police
Healey and big business over the or
dinance to put fenders on auto trucks
blossomed again yesterday when the
council instructed the chief to en
force their order of Aug. 16 and give
fender companies who had passed
city tests certificates of approval, so
they could make fenders in prepara
tion for the enforcement of the law
on Jan. 1.
"Healey wrote to fender manufac
turers that he didn't think he should
give them certificates, now because
the ordinance read that it should go
into effect Jan. 1. '
- Helene Wohlford's lawyers plan
more breach of promise suits against