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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 04, 1917, NOON EDITION, Image 3

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WINNERS IN ELECTION
FOR CITY CLERK
James T. Igoe, Dem 180,583
Joseph Siman, Rep 164,521
Lewis W. Hardy, Soc. 35,049
Igoe's plurality
FOR CITY TREASURER
Clayton P. Smith, Dem 191,867
James J. Cullen, Rep 159,525
Robert H. Howe, Soc. 38,479
16,062 Smith's plurality
ALDERMEN ELECTED
32,342
Ward. Winner. Plurality
1 Michael Kenna, Dem 5,315
2 L. B. Anderson 2.3S7
3 George Iliff 1,037
4 D. R. Hickey 3,052
5J. B. McDonough, Dem 1,870
6 A. A. McCormick 2,837
7-Wm. R. Fetzer 2,974
8 R. A. Woodhul 2,776
9 C. V. Johnson, Soc 151
10 Frank Klaus, Dem 2,099
11 E. F. Cullerton, Dem 3,428
12 Otto Kerner, Dem 4,094
13 T. J. Ahern 3,308
14 G. M. Maypole, Dem 1,363
15 Edward J. Kaindl 2,844
16 Stanley Kunz 2,274
17 Stanley Adamkiewicz 88
18 J. J. Touhy 1,118
Ward. Winner. Plurality
19 J. Powers 3,197
20 H. L. Fick 223
21 R. H. McCormick 2,476
22 W. P. Ellison .. 384
23 W. P. Steffen 3,945
23 T. O. Wallace . .2,265
24 F. F. Roeder 943
25 H. D. Capitain 3,257
26 Wm. Lipps 815
27 J. C. Kennedy, Soc. 6,157
28 H. A. Littler 654
29 J. limbec 2,162
30 Wm. Lynch .. . .2,870
31 J. A. Long . 581
32 A. J. Fisher 4,706
331. R. Hazen 224
34-Jr O. Kostner 3,801
35 John Clark 4,614
Contagious dis. hosp., $750,000. Won
Lake shore protection, $200,000. Lost
Waste disposal facil., $1,000,000. Lost
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GAS-TRACTION-TRIBUNE-CITY HALL GANG
BOND ISSUES
Boys' correc. school, $250,000. .Won
Pub. comfort stations, 150,000. Won
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MAY NOT CONTROL NEW COUNCIL
How will the new city council
stand on gas, traction, telephone
and Commonwealth Edison fran
chises or rate schedules, all of which
must be renewed this year or the
next two years?
Will the new council back up
Mayor Thompson if the mayor re
appoints Jake Loeb to be a member
of the school board?
How will the council stand if an
other street car strike comes next
summer, following lack of success in
negotiating a new wage agreement?
These are among big questions
talked about today in connection
with the new and re-elected alder
men who won in the balloting yes
terday. That Mayor Thompson lost
and the Municipal Voters' league
gained in the election is conceded on
all sides. Though the Thompson
Lundin organization was successful
in picking off Merriam, Sitts, Buck
and Kearns, retiring aldermen who
fought the City Hall's payroll grabs,
there are among the incoming alder
men several figures who will be ag
gressively against the City Hall ma-
.." JC t.-M-A'llW.l

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