"Thc Gillie - Mungovan - IIogan - IIutzell - Somcra machine." The Hosey - Schlatter - Strodel - Wessel machine. Take your choice, Mr. Voter. For you have to take one or the other in this municipal election. But possibly it might be well for you to review the personnel or these two offerings. .Mr. Gillie is the republican candidato for mayor. He is a man whose honesty, clean character and uprightness are not jqucstioned. He has been tried in public office and found worthy. Judge Mun - govan is too well know n to the people to need an introduction, lie has served as judge for years a fair man, a just .man, and absolutely incorruptible. Mr. Hogan is a successful 'lawyer. He is nationally known, managed Gen. Wood's winning campaign in Indiana last year, and is esteemed and respected by all who enjoy his acquaintance. Mr. Hiitzell is a druggist and manufacturer who makes a great deal of money and whose gifts to charity, whose help extended tothoso in trouble, and whose support of all good causes betoken the large heart and open mind. Mr. Somers is the general manager of the Medical Protective company, a national concern which contributes in a substantial manner to the prosperity and upbuilding of Fort Wayne. He is strictly a business man and docs things in a business way. A man of un impeachable integrity, he represents all that which is best in American life. All these "gangsters" arc church members, good citizens and substantial men of affairs. As to the Hosey - Schlatler - Strodel - Wessell ma chine, why mention it) Mr. Hosey we all know by reason of? his two terms of misrule in this city. Mr, Schlatter, the man his organization nominated for police judge to catch the vote of the underworld, is a crooked lawyer, and we use the term crooked advisedly. Mr. JJtrodel, the city chairman, is a iunuer Kaiuoimerpec, wnue air. wesgeu is me gentleman who defaulted as manager of the city light plant during Hosey'a last term. When it comes to comparing machines with the Hoseyites, we, have no hesitation whatever, Indeed it might be wished that the public take up tho leaders of the Gillie organization and the Ilosey organization and consider them together, man for man. There would then be no doubt as to the result, if the people acted honestly and intel ligentlv. '