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For Mr. Igoe

2 votes For Mr. Huston

1 vote For Mr. Hruby

1 vote For Mr. Harvey

1 vote
Those voting for Mr. Provine are: Messrs.
Atwood
Campbell
Hicks
Perkins

Thon
Barker
Dahlberg
Holaday
Pierson

Tice
Benson
De Young

Jackson

Rothschild Tompkins
Bentley
Drake

Kessinger Rowe, W. Turnbaugh
Bippus
Dudgeon

Lantz
scanlan

Tuttle
Boyd
Ellis
Leech
Scholes

Vursell
Boyer
Flagg
Lyle

Shanahan Watson
Brewer
Frankhauser Lyon

Shurtlefl

West
Brinkman
Graham, W. J. McCabe

Smejkal

Wilson, G. E. Brown, W. M. Gregory

McCormick Sonnemann Wilson, H.
Burres
Hamlin
Meents
Stanfield

Wood
Butler
Helwig

Pace
Stewart

Young
Buxton

Total-61. Those voting for Mr. Lee O'Neil Browne are: Messrs. Browne, L O'N. Foster

Jacobson

O'Connell Santry
Bruce
Franz
Kllens

O'Rourke Seit
Conlon
Garesche
Lipshulch Placek

Shephard
Dalton
Gorman
Maucker

Prendergast Smith
Desmond
Graham, T. E. McGloon

Ryan, Frank Trandel
Donahue
Griffin
Morrasy

Ryan, F.J. Walsh
Donlan
Hennebry Mulcahy

Ryan, J. W. Wilson, R. E.
Epstein
Hilton

Total-37.
Those voting for Mr. Kane are: Messrs.
Basel
Groves

Kasserman Strubinger Thomason
Cooper
Hubbard
Richardson Taylor

Williamson
Green
Huston

Total-12.
Those voting for Mr. Lynch are: Messrs.
Curren, C. Fieldstack LePage

Rentchler Rostenkowski
Curran,
Gardner
Moore

Rethmeier Turner
Devereux
Harvey
Murphy
Roderick

Vickers
Festerling

Total-16.
Those voting for Mr. Hoffman are: Messrs.
Burns
Igoe
Mitchell
Purdunn

Ray
Devine
Merritt
Morris

Quisenberry Rinehart
Farrell

Total-11.
Those voting for Mr. Igoe are: Messrs.
Hoffman
Hruby

Total-2.
Mr. Kane voted for Mr. Huston.
Mr. Schuberth voted for Mr. Hruby.
Mr. Lynch voted for Mr. Harvey.

Present and not voting are: Messrs.
Madsen
Provine

Total-2. No person having received the necessary constitutional majority, the Secretary of State announced that there was no choice for Temporary Speaker.

At the hour of 12:35 o'clock p. m., Mr. Shanahan moved that the House do now adjourn until 10:00 o'clock a. m. tomorrow.

The motion prevailed,
And the House stood adjourned.

FRIDAY, JANUARY 22, 1915, 10:00 O'CLOCK A. M.

The House met pursuant to adjournment,
The Secretary of State presiding.
Prayer by the Rev. George T. Gunter.

The Journal of yesterday was being read, when, on motion of Mr. Smejkal, the further reading of the same was dispensed with, and it was ordered to stand approved.

The order of business at the hour of adjournment on yesterday being the selection of a Temporary Speaker, the Secretary of State directed the Clerk to call the roll, which resulted as follows:

THIRTY-FIRST BALLOT.

Number of votes cast

115 For Mr. Provine

58 votes For Mr. Lee O'Neil Browne

23 votes For Mr. Igoe

11 votes For Mr. Kasserman

6 votes For Mr. Gardner

15 votes For Mr. Arthur Roe

1 vote For Mr. Cooper

1 vote
Those voting for Mr. Provine are: Messrs.
Atwood
Campbell Holaday Pierson

Thon
Benson
Dahlberg
Jackson

Rothschild Tice
Bentley
Drake

Kessinger Rowe, W. Tompkins
Bippus
Dudgeon
Lantz
Scanlan

Turnbaugh
Boyd
Ellis
Leech
Scholes

Tuttle
Boyer
Flagg
Lyle

Shanahan Vursell
Brewer
Frankhauser Lyon

Shurtleft

Watson Brinkman Graham, W. J. McCabe

Smejkal

West Brown, W. M. Gregory

McCormick Sonnemann Wilson, G. H.
Burres
Hamlin
Meents
Stanfield

Wilson, H.
Butler
Helwig
Pace
Stewart

Wood
Buxton
Hicks
Perkins

Total_58.
Those voting for Mr. Lee O'Neil Browne are: Messrs.
Browne, L. O'N. Epstein

Lipshulch Placek

Ryan, J. W.
Bruce
Gorman
McGloon

Prendergast Santry
Conlon
Hennebry
Morrasy

Ryan, Frank Schuberth
Dalton
Hilton

O'Connell Ryan, F. J. Smith
Desmond
Jacobson
O'Rourke

Total-23.
Those voting for Mr. Igoe are: Messrs.
Burns
Garesche
Merritt
Morris

Rinehart
Devine
Hoffman
Mitchell

Quisenberry Roe, A.
Farrell

Total-11. Those voting for Mr. Kasserman are: Messrs. Basel Green

Richardson Thomason Williamson Cooper

Total-6. Those voting for Mr. Gardner are: Messrs. Curren, C. Festerling

LePage

Rentchler Rostenkowski Curran, T. Fieldstack

Lynch

Rethmeier Turner
Devereux
Harvey
Murphy
Roderick

Vickers

Total-15. Mr. Igoe voted for Mr. Arthur Roe. Mr. Kasserman voted for Mr. Cooper.

Present and not voting are: Messrs.
Hubbard
Madsen
Provine

Total-3. No person having received the necessary constitutional majority, the Secretary of State announced that there was no choice for Temporary Speaker.

Mr. Shanahan moved that when the House adjourns today, it stand adjourned until 10:00 o'clock a. m. tomorrow, when a perfunctory session shall be held, and no business transacted, and that a further adjournment shall then be taken until Tuesday, January 26, 1915, at 10:00 o'clock a. m.,

And the motion prevailed.
Mr. Cooper offered the following resolution and moved its adoption:

HOUSE RESOLUTION No. 8. WHEREAS, Alonzo K. Vickers, of East St. Louis, one of the Justices of the Supreme Court of this State, has been called from the scene of his earthly duties to the higher activities of the life everlasting; and

WHEREAS, Mr. Vickers was a member of the Thirty-fifth General Assembly, and for many years one of the leading men of Illinois, active at the bar, profound in his attainment upon the Circuit, the Appellate, and Supreme Bench, and in his decease the State has lost one of its most distinguished citizens, wise counsellors, and patriotic men; therefore, be it

Resolved, That this body express its deep sense of sorrow at the loss of Mr. Vickers, to his community, to his county, and to the State; and, be it further

Resolved, That a copy of these resolutions be spread upon the Journal of this body, in regular session assembled, and that an engrossed copy be forwarded to the family of the deceased, and that as a further mark of respect to his memory, this House do now adjourn.

The resolution was unanimously adopted by a rising vote and, in accordance therewith, at the hour of 10:35 o'clock a. m., the House stood adjourned.

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SATURDAY, JANUARY 23, 1915, 10:00 O'CLOCK A. M.

The House met pursuant to adjournment,
The Secretary of State presiding.
Prayer by the Rev. George T. Gunter.

The Journal of yesterday was being read, when, on motion of Mr. Atwood, the further reading of the same was dispensed with, and it was ordered to stand approved.

At the hour of 10:10 o'clock a. m., Mr. Merritt moved that the House do now adjourn until Tuesday, January 26, 1915, at 10:00 o'clock a. m.

The motion prevailed,
And the House stood adjourned.

TUESDAY, JANUARY 26, 1915, 10:00 O'CLOCK A. M.

The House met pursuant to adjournment,
The Secretary of State presiding.
Prayer by the Rev. George T. Gunter.

The Journal of Saturday, January 23, was being read, when, on motion of Mr. Mulcahy, the further reading of the same was dispensed with, and it was ordered to stand approved.

The order of business at the hour of adjournment on Friday, January 22, being the selection of a Temporary Speaker, the Secretary of State directed the Clerk to call the roll, which resulted as follows:

THIRTY-SECOND BALLOT. Number of votes cast

.141 For Mr. Provine

59 votes For Mr. Lee O'Neil Browne

35 votes For Mr. Kane

13 votes For Mr. Hoffman

13 votes For Mr. Charles Curren

16 votes For Mr. Arthur Roe

2 votes For Mr. Igoe

1 vote For Mr. Turner

1 vote For Mr. Huston

1 vote Those voting for Mr. Provine are: Messrs. Atwood

Buxton

Hicks
Perkins

Tice
Barker

Campbell

Holaday
Pierson

Tompkins
Benson

Dahlberg

Jackson

Rothschild Turnbaugh
Bentley
De Young

Kessinger Rowe, W. Tuttle
Bippus
Drake

Lantz
Scanlan

Vursell
Boyd

Ellis

Leech
Scholes

Watson
Boyer

Flagg

Lyle
Shanahan

West
Brewer
Frankhauser Lyon

Shurtleff

Wilson, G. H. Brinkman Graham, W. J. McCabe

Smejkal

Wilson, H. Brown, W. M. Gregory

McCormick Sonnemann

Wood Burres

Hamlin

Meents
Stanfield

Young
Butler

Helwig

Pace
Stewart

Total-59.
Those voting for Mr. Lee O'Neil Browne are: Messrs.
Browne, L. O'N. Fahy

Jacobson

O'Rourke Schuberth Bruce

Foster

Kilens
Placek

Seif
Conlon
Franz

Lipshulch Prendergast Shephard
Dalton
Gorman

MCGloon

Ryan, Frank Smith
Desmond
Griffin

Morrasy

Ryan, F. J. Trandel Donlan

Hennebry

Mulcahy

Ryan, J. W. Walsh
Epstein
Hilton
O'Connell Santry

Wilson, R. E.

Total-35.
Those voting for Mr. Kane are: Messrs.
Basel
Green

Huston
Taylor

Thompson
Kasserman
Groves
Cooper

Thomason Williamson
Felts
Hubbard
Richardson

Total-13.
Those voting for Mr. Hoffman are: Messrs.
Burns
Hruby

Mitchell

Quisenberry Roe, A.
Donahue
Igoe

Morris
Rinehart

Weber
Merritt
Farrell

Purdunn

Total-13. Those voting for Mr. Charles Curren are: Messrs. Curran, T. Gardner

Lynch

Rentchler Rostenkowski Harvey Devereux

Moore

Rethmeier Turner
Festerling
LePage

Murphy
Roderick

Vickers
Fieldstack

Total-16.

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