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HOYNE ANSWERS CUNNEA'S
"COUNTED OUT" CHARGE
State's Att'y Maclay Hoyne today
cited the decision of Judge Jesse O.
Baldwin in refutation jot the state
ment of Wm. B. Cunnea, the Social
ist candidate, that he was rightfully
elected to the state's attorneyship
in 1912, hut was deprived of title to
it by fraud.
"For four years," said Mr. Hoyne,
"Cunnea has gone about Chicago
making the false statement that he
was rightfully elected state's attor
ney. Cunnea and every one who
watched the contest knows that his
assertion is not based on truth.
"Nor can Cunnea truthfully deny
that he was permitted to have a re
count after I had voluntarily waived
technical rights, that would have
barred the hearing of his petition.
The court had held the. petition in
sufficient and the ballots were only
opened at my express suggestion and
. "Judge Baldwin's decision, at the
conclusion of the recount of all the
ballots cast, was to the effect that
.In 34 out of the 35 wards in Chicago
the election had be.en clean and
"In only 10 out of more than 1,400
or 1,500 precincts were any irreg
ularities found, and it was so obvious,
that the errors that were found could
not substantially change the. results
that the recount was abandoned be
fore a decree was entered.
"Cunnea has cunningly contrived
to spread the impression that he was
robbed of the state's attorney's office
while on its threshold and about to
enter it and assume its duties.
"The fact is, Cunnea finished
New York. Three granddaugh
ters -of late Mrs. Marie Zinsser left
$1,0,000 each.N providing they learn
to be good cooks.
Milwaukee. Mrs. Albert Manzke,
62 has given birth- to baby girl. Hus
band is 29 years old.
Garfield Park aerie, 1113, F. O. E.,
12th annual ball and cabaret show,
Forest Park ballroom, tonight
Woodrow Wilson rally, Lyman
Trumbull school, Ashland and Fos
ter avs.,. tonight Gov. Dunne, Rep.
Williams, Hoyne, Webb, Connery and
13 other prominent Democrats billed
22d WardRegular Democratic or
ganization mass meeting, 8 tonight,
Clybourn and Larrabee. John C.
Werdell and other Democratic can
didates will speak.
Central West Side Y. P. S. L. edu
cational meeting, Workers' Inst, to
night. Prof. Foster lectures, "Neitzsche
and the State," 8:15 tonight auspices
Rationalist Ass'n, Besant hall, Lake
The Bielotzerkower branch 541 Ar
baiter Ring will hold third annual ball
at Netherwood hall, Taylor and
Marshfield, Sat. night All invited.
Chicago Theosophical ass'n holds
meetings at Besarit hall. 116 S. Mich
igan av., Sat, 8 p. m., on "Educa
tion"; Sun., 3:30 p. m., on "Brother
hood a Fact in Nature," and Sun, 8
p. m., on "The Coining of a World
Teacher." Mlss Eva Blytt, general
secretary of Theosophical society in
Chicago Y. P. S. L executive com
mittee will not meet until Nov. 14.
DAVIDSON IN TOWN TODAY
WHAT'S THE IDEA
Henry P. Davidson, head man of
J. P. Morgan & Co., is in our midst
Speaks tonight at Chicago club. He's
never been here Bince the European
war started and he says he's here on
business. Why his business can't
wait until after election isn't ex
plained. It is generally understood
to be political business.
Leslie's Weekly, a Morgan organ,
editorially said Oct 19 that if Hughes
is elected the twelve, federal reserve
banks will be reduced to four.