This story (by Fred Griffin) was illustrated by Jim, which was about new voting machines in the United States Presidential Election of 1924. The article noted differences between Canadian and American elections, including American special polling booths, no canvassers allowed within 100 feet, automatic vote counting with machines, and open betting on the results. The illustration mentions some of the candidates running, including
Robert La Follette for the Progressive Party, and New York State Governor candidates Al Smith and Theodore Roosevelt Jr.
Unrelated to the article, but on the same page, was a notice that this particular issue of the Toronto Star Weekly would be delivered to subscribers of the Toronto Sunday World, which had just shut down.