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son's exoneration of his fellow-Republican,
Chief Healey, thrashed out.
The local newspaper reporters have
been hearing the rumor since the day
the case closed in Olson's courtroom.
Charley Deneen, who with John J.
Healy, att'y for Chief Heaiey, were
Olson's sponsors when he first ran
for chief justice of the municipal
court, is known to have been much
against warrants being issued for
In spite of the fact that Boss De
neen loves not Boss Lundin and Boss
Thompson, the ex-governor figured
Hoyne's actions hurt the entire Re
publican ticket, from Hughes down,
in Cook county.
And four days before Olson hand
ed out praise for Healey Mayor
Thompson said: "A former governor
of Illinois said Hoyne's attack on
Healey has united the entire Republi
Poor Willie Hearst! Not a candi
date who cares a hang about his sup
port in the field this year.
Carl Hjalmar Lundquist, Indepen
dent Republican, promises to fight
for embargo on foodstuffs if elected
to congress from 10th district
An observer on a,n east-bound
Madison street car this morning
counted 35 pictures of Wilson in the
windows of homes and 3 of Hughes.
On Adams street last night be
tween Oakley blvd. and Ashland
blvd., a poll of the candidates' pic
tures in front windows showed: Wil
son, 28; Hughes, 21.
CHICAGO HERALD SHOWS UP
TRIB'S THEATER POLL
In Sunday's Tribune appeared a
poll of Chicago's theaters which gave
the Trib's presidential candidate,
Hughes, by far the largest vote. To
day's Herald runs the following story
which explains itself:
The Chicago Tribune yesterday
published what purported to be a poll
taken in the loop theaters. The fig
ures shdwed that the candidates
whom, the Tribune favors led by.
I handsome majorities. The majorities
were so handsome that the Herald
was curious to know how they had
come about. So it polled the man
agers of the same theaters.
To quote the original article, the
Herald's poll "showed the following
Garrick John J. Garrity, man
ager: "News to me. Box office men
and ushers say nothing doing on a
Princess Samuel Gerson, man
ager: "No poll taken here."
Cohan's Grand Harry J. Bid
dings, manager, out of town. Box
office man: "No poll here that we
Cort U. J. Herrmann, manager,
out Bpx office: "Nobody polled this
Illinois Rollo Timponi, manager:
"Poll? Not that we know of."
Olympic Lou Houseman, man
ager of company: "Have inquired
and can find no information of any
poll taken here."
Colonial Claude Saunders: "No
poll taken here."
Studebaker Ned Hojmes in
charge: "No one polled the Stude
baker." Palace Harry Singer, manager:
"Nothing doing; haven't heard of
Majestic Fred E. Eberts, man
ager: "No poll here and no one per
mitted to poll."
La Salle Harry Earle, manager:
"Saw or heard nothing of any poll."
Blackstone House dark, closed
for two weeks, no show since Oct 15.
The Tribune poll showed a total of
151 votes at the Blackstone, scat
tered over several offices and parties,
with 63 for its favorite candidate
this is an empty theater.
Chas. W. Hotchkiss, 53, chief ex
ecutive of the tunnel and automatic
phone organization in Chicago, died
at Battle Creek, Mich.,' Saturday of