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office is figured as' having swung
25,000 votes to Hoyne.
Wm. A. Cunnea, Seymour 5ted
man and Aid. Rqdriguez will address
Socialist mass meeting at Herzel
school, Douglas blvd. and "Lawndale
Dr. Harry J. Haiselden, Prohibition
candidate for coroner, spoke on the
abortion evil in Lincoln Center last
Martin J. O'Brien, Democratic
candidate for assessor, is being
boosted by Baseball Players' Frater
nity., John M. Parker, Bull Moose nomi
nee for vice pres., will talk for Wil
son at mass meeting in Auditorium
theater Tuesday night
1,017 suspect notices sent out by
election board. Most of them were
to negroes in the Second ward.
Wm. Jennings Bryan is getting big
crowds in Southern Illinois. He is
talking Wilson and Dunne.
Ex-Pres. Taft's in town today.
PATTER OF ARABIC FEET HEARD IN U. S.
The pitter-patter of Arabic feet is going the rounds of the United States
through the classic dancing of Miss Fortaine, who is introducing Arabian
dances to the American public. She also exhibits the hula hula and other