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OCT. 22, 1930.
Final Vote Drive to Be
Started With Gicantic
Rally Tonigh.
Hu I'nilfd Peru
CHICAGO, Oct. 22,-Amkl the
blare of a dozen bani and the
frenzied shouts of of his
thirsty followers. Jam* Hamilton
Lew’is, wet Democrat, jonlght will
open the final drive irhis attempt
to win the Illinois seniorship from
two women opponents
The veteran, bewttkered tm
paigner and fiery oltor, ? is
eeking to regain th seat In the
United States senate rhich he held
from 1913 to 1919, txpects 25,000
tersons to pack the Cicago stadium
tonight for his old Bhioned politi
cal rally end torchligt parade. At
tendance of many tbusands of his
personal following hs been assured
.n advance.
Not since the 1* nineties has
anything like the ally Lewis has
arranged for tonigl been attempt
id. Democratic rganizations of
eighteen wards in te northwest side
of the city joinedin planning the
Torch Farad Is Planned
Those who liv in the nearby
wards will marcPto the meeting
place. They wilkarry torches and
sing campaign sflga as they go.
There will be colige yells for Lewis,
beer, form relief the Democratic
party, and anytttg else Lewisonian.
wet or Jeffersonn the marchers
can think of inhe excitement and
The stately L*ds, veteran master
of all the waysmd means of incit
ing political fe'or, will stride into
the stadium at o’clock sharp. The
doors will be otned two hours ear
lier to Insure tat ail the “rooters”
will be there win the candidate en
Lewis’ Repulcan opponent, Mrs.
Ruth Hanna NCormick, had a two
day head star on him in the Chi
cago campaii. She has worked
fast. Tuesdayiight she made four
speeches, onetf them by radio. In
each she asssed Lewis for making
“either inaedate or untrue re
marks” abouher voting record in
Mrs. ’Neil Is Busy
Lewis, in downstate addresses,
had accusecher of neglecting her
duties by jf-equent voting while
she was a tfresentative. In reply,
Mrs. McCoJick charged that her
opponent "pn’t know what he was
talking abot ”
The thirl candidate, Mrs. Lottie
Holman Oteil, dry independent,
spoke Tueiy night at Decatur, 111.
She declad that if Mrs. McCor
mick is cited she will be barred
because ofiharges of excessive ex
pendituresiuring the primary.
Callow aySumner and Kern to Be
Amg Speakers Tonight.
Dcmoctic meetings scheduled
for tonig are:
Etuhtcen and Montcalm streets. Chal
mer Schbrr and Joseph R. Williams,
■ andidate>r superior court two. speak
ers: 406 Vt Raymond street, Fred Gal
lowav. cdldate for representative, and
Charles speakers; 838 West
New Andrew Jacobs. W. A.
Kersey, bothy Sexton, candidate for
county Usurer, and Charles Sumner,
i andidatffor sheriff, speakers: West
Tenth nifTiaub avenue, the Rev. Robert
Skelton. Mlowpv nnd Dr. Benjamin D
Osborn, takers; 2510 Boulevard place,
the Rev.kelton, L. Russell Newgcnt and
Henrv Riardson Jr., speakers; 1025 Pros
pect stri. James E. Derry and Albert
Miller; tients. Indiana law school, and
John wtCern. candidate for superior
court rti one. speakers: 1434 North
Missourtreet. Clyde Baker. Vernon An
derson 1 Rev. B. M. Mitchell, speakers:
North I Minerva streets. Leo Smith.
William Anderson and Richardson Jr.,
Aged Visitor Dies
Hu TiuiSpecial
NOtISVILLE. Ind., Oct. 22.
Mrs. *ia A. Sterrett, 90, who came
to Natsville a few days ago from
her lie in Lawrence to visit her
branch, Clarence Mock, is dead
Noblesville Man Dies
Hu 7(0 Special
NCtESVILLE, Ind., Oct. 22.
Ghent Morrow, expert mechanic
emplfd in the foundry of the
N. Ctfeison Manufacturing Com
pany|s dead at the home of his
pare!. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Mor
row. Burial will take place at
Eaglfwn, the former home of the
fami| He was not married.
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