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Governor Charles S, Deneen
Triumphed Over His Repub
AND WILL FOR THE THIRD TIME MAKE THE RACE FOR GOV
ERNOR OF THIS STATE.
EDWARD F. DUNNE OUTRAN
OTHER DEMOCRATIC CANUliJAiES OJK UUVKNUK ANU
CAPTURED THE NOMINATION AT THE PRIMARIES.
COL THEODORE ROOSEVELT SWEPT ILLLINOIS AT THE PRESI
DENTIAL PRIMARD2S FROM END TO END AND PUT PRESI
DENT TAFT OUT OF THE RUNNING IN THIS STATE.
HON. LAWRENCES. SHERMAN DEFEATED SHELBY M. CUELOM
AT THE PRIMARIES AND WILL SUCCEED HIM IN THE
UNITED STATES SENATE:
TAMES T. McDERMOTT DEFEATED ALDERMAN MICHAEL McIN
ERNEY IN -THE RACE FOR CONGRESS IN THE FOURTH
MILES T. DEVINE AND STATE SENATOR SAMUEL A. ETTELSON
BOTH FELL ON THE OUTSIDE OF THE BREASTWORKS IN
THEIR RACE FOR STATE'S ATTORNEY.
EDWARD D. GREEN PUT HIS SO-CALLED POLITICAL ENEMIES
TO FILGHT IN THE FIRST SENATORIAL DISTRICT. WIN
NING HIS RFNOMINATION WJTH A LARGE AND INCREAS
AND HE WILL BE RE-ELECTED TO THE LEGISLATURE AT THE
The primaries on last Tuesday made running against him, with a large and
and unmade many statesmen, office- an Increased majority over two years
holders and politicians many of those ago, and tne more this little band of
who were seeking .political honors at -soreheads fight Ed. Green, the stronger
the hands of the. people and really de- he gets, and the more popular he De
served it -were snowed under so deep
i ii i.i.t :. ;n v- tiiim ii nn.
bv them, that it will take them.aU sum
ner to dig themselves out -from under
the great load of votes rolled tig
Without any doubt about It the
rreates-t fight in the, primary contest
on the Republican side of the fence was
centered on Governor Charles S. De
neen, but his Republican competitors
irere not in it with him, and when the
final or the official count is- announced
he -wall have between. 75,000 to 80,000
plurality over Messrs John E. W. Way
man, Len Small, Charles P. Hurburgh,
Biehard Yates, John J. Browiv Walter
Clyde Jones and T. McCann Davis, and
for the third time he will make the race
for Governor of this State. The vote that
he received from the hands of his fel
low citizens should make him feel
rather proud, for it simply means that
they still have faith in him and in his
ahiEty to wisely govern them.
To the great disappointment of the
nunr friends and rauuorteis of Samuel
AIhnler. he and the "Other Democratic
candidates were outrun: 1y Edward P.
Dnnne. who inore than wiecessfuTIy
captured the nomination for Govurirar
at the primaries, and the former mayor
of this city and his political .managers
lool upon him as a Teal live winner t
the polls In KovembeT. j
Col. Theodore Boosevelt swept UtT
nois from end to end St the Presidential
Fimaries, receiving more than a oun
fred thousand maTerltr. thereby pu'tt-
inc rrerident William H. Taft out f
the running in this state.
Hon. Lawrence Y-"Sherman defeated
the Hon. Shelby M. CuHom at h pri
maries, and he will succeed the "Graad
OH Man of Illinois" In the United
from Washington, D, C, a few week
aP and some claim that he brought
barrel of money with him, and that
defeat Alderman Michael Mclnerney in4
'"e rare for Congress in the 4th Con
Pessional District, and-., after all It
ms that everything- js fail la love
"d in polities.
ililes J. Devine and State Senator
Snnel A. Ettelson, fo the regret, of
their hosts of true-friends, Tth fen
08 the outside of the breastworks in
tWr race for 8tate's Attorney. Neither
" t mem must give up the ngnt in
-or of clean and manly poUties aacf j
kter on Uiat- urm -; t -hn-nnr aAI
vucjr wlil WUj lae JHJUOJ- uu
rlums they wew honestiy seeking:
Edward Tt n-. i is- -- .n.Ji
Political enemies to flight; & tke,Krst
ruw enemies to flight; & the. First
oesatnrl.T Tw;.i..1. , 'i- "
-""" namztj wuuuag jus xe- x. .Minor, asdcvwjc, -t -
nonii7iat;n i i n ' t. i. .. - .. c? i-.- Tr "WHltinrJL,
, "" J"3fc a eawiy ai vuvtijui fautoiOgicai h "- '" :
ey had never lived or'are Uvlag n Pack, & the Jev Yorfc City Depart
" at the present taw. raeat of Health; of the Sociological
' me great assistafic ef 3e
d Ax he won ost agaisst OMflkree
m four uBuifm cji .jua.i.
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HRT rt O THE LIVK; LET THK OKTlFii PALI. WHER.E THEV MAY
SAMUEL ALSCHULER AND THE
comes in ine estimation 0$ me .uecem
TMnn1 Tnth -wliitfl and Colored, resid-
npnnlc both white and Colored, resid
ing la tb'e-lit-Seiialonal-'DTk&iet. KStT
he will be re-elected to the Legislature
of Illinois at the November election.
At this point it might be said that
the Bepnbliean slate ticket in Cook
County passed through the primaries
without receiving bnt one crack; but
the Hearst and Harrison harmony
ticket did not fare near bo well, for
Ebcer C 8ullivan and his followers
captured the nominations for many of
the important offiees in Cook County.
VALUE OF TUBERCULOSIS
National Authorities Wm Discuss
Progress of Campaign at An-
Substantial progress m the anti
tuberculosis campaign will be report
ed -when the National Association for
the Study and Prevention of Tuber
culosis meets in Washington on May
30th and 31st. Dr. Mazyck P. Rav
met. nl iT TJriiverstlv of Wisconsin,
lis ,Presiaeirt of the Association, ana
ICoT. Theodore Roosevelt and Sir
William Osier are Honorary Vice
"Prestdcnts. One ol the subjects that will re
ceive especial attention at the meet
ing will "be that of the permanent
value cf the care of tuberculosis in
restoring;- patients to working effici
ency. Tf- Herbert M. 3Cing of the
Locrans .Sanatorium, "Liberty, 2i. Y.,
jrOl difienss the subject Irom the
point of view-of sanatorium treat
ment. Dr. TL R-M.. Landfs, Direc
tor of the Clinical -Department of the
nr.L Mrm fnstatute of Philadd-
:a5a, -will present the results of dis
pensary treatxn-nt. Ur. w- j- vogc
w f -Yflnkers. N. Y will show how-
discharged, sanatorinm patients, tare
best wlicn they rettrm to wotk in
,r . rrtilar occooations. Prof.
T-s-Picher of Yale University, will
present jerised figures as to be cost
of 'ruberculosw, and. win snow w.c
-.nnnmte lossJErom the disease, and
the -value sanatofimn treatment in
offsetting this loss to some extern.
A-.-tnKrt of Imoortance will
be tfiat discussed at the meeting tf
the Advisory Gonncil, on the. reia
i.. rn-ftnn of the health officer,
the physician, and the layman n 1 the
campaign against tuberculosis. Rep
.1-.. hVhW tn each of these
cnHtwe sneakers in each of these
groups wifl discuss, the subject.
The. chairman ot tne unwai .
tion of liter Association is Dr. Charles
tion of Ihe Assoaatioa is r.
-.' Mt- itf f - of the
czwJ ir- TTrdAlc. I Jffofcaaa,.
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A lUCAiiO, AP11IL 13, lOlSS
HON. WHJJAM STJI2EB.
Preeeated with a Magnificent Saver Service by Some of His Constituents In
New York City.
Last Monday evening some of the
many prominent friends and constitu-
.ents,. oLCongressraan William Sulzcr,
of New York City, gave a dinner it.
his honor, at the Cafe Boulevard, on
the east side of that city.
At the same time presenting him,
with a' magnificent solid silver serv
ice, as a token o"f the higfi respect
and esteem, he is held in by them.
Edward Markham, the venerable
poet, was one of the honored guests,
and praised in verse especially written
for the occasion Congressman Sulzer.
for the faithful service he has ,p
for the faithful service he has per
formed -for his constituents his state
and the nation for the past 18 years.
as arfnember of Congress.
At the speakers' table were vr.
William I. Sitevich, chairman of the
committee and toastmaster: Oscar
Straus, Rev. Dr. Joseph Silverman,
Jacob Schiff, Supreme Court Justice
Edward E. McCall, Bernard Down
ing. John A. Hennessy, Edward Lau
terbach, Edwin Markham. Represen
tative Henry M. Goldfogle, Assem
blyman Aaron J. Levy. Rev. Dr. Mad
i.on Peters, Samuci S. Koenig, chair
man of the Republican County Com
mittee: former Congressman William
S. Bennet, Sheriff Julius Harburgcr,
Commissioner John F. Galvin, of the
Board of Water Supply? United
States Senator James A. O'Gorman.
and the Rev. Dr. M. J. Corbctt.
Among the doners at the other tab
les were Senator Timothy D. SuMi
van. Judge Otto Rosalsky, Chief
Magistrate William McAdoo. Dr.
Frederick ' I-. Marshall. Supreme
Court Justice "M". W. Platzek. ex-B"r
ough President John F. Ahern, John
H McCooey, Daniel P. Hays, -Senator
Christopher D. Sullivan, Assem
blyman John C Fitzgerald, Dr. Solo
mon Goldenkranz, Representative
Francis Burton Harrison. Supreme
Court Justice Joseph I. Newburger.
Magistrate Francia X. "McQuade.
Thomas F. Smith. Abe Gruber
Charles W. Culkin. former" Election
CoramicsT6ner John T. Doolinjr. Abra
ham I. fericus. Tudsre Leonard A. Gicr-
ericb, ex-Fire Commissioner Nicholas
J. Hayes, Municipal Justice Benjamin
Hoffman. Supreme Court Justice Irv
ing 'Lehman. William -N. Shannon.
Melville E. Stone and Antonio Zucca.
Kanylettcrs and telegrams were
received by the members of the com
mittee praising the-work done .by Mri
Sulzer for the people of the Empire
Sm Governor Dix. who--was" an-
abie 16 attend thtf dinner, sent the
It is a , matter o aineere regret
with We that I am. enable to attend.
A lMdet aatf persoaally partia-
pi(e"arwtHi o the high per-
aoaal xfcaracfr ami ycat papHc err-
it of CuMaJtMtfTiffinR "" ' -
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in cJW wwtamBwr.
During the evening 31r. Sulzcr wa
presented with a magnificent silver
.ser-uce; the money being subscribed
by the people of hi Congressional
district The speech "of presentatior
was made by Congressman Henry M.
Goldfogle. He spoke of the sterling
qualities of Mr. Sulzcr, and was re
peatedly interrupted with applause.
To the kindly ecomiums of praise
showered upon him, Mr. Sulzer, after
the tumult of enthusiastic" cheers and
ipr4.iuse had subsided, responded:
My Friends, and I say my friends
advisedly because here assembled
are the best friends I have in all thif
world I cannot tell you how much 1
appreciate all you have said about me.
and how much I owe you for all you
havt done for me.
"I am grateful to you all each and
every one and gratitude is the fair
est flower that sheds its perfume in
the human heart.
"In a modest way I feci how unde
serving I am of much of the praise
we have heard to-night. I dread
praise more than blame. If I have
done aught to justify this public rec
ognition of your appreciation the
credit Is yours, the praise is yours,
because all that I am I owe to you
for the confidence you have reposed
in me by electing tne to Congress
from this grand old Tenth District
for nine consecutive times.
"The record I have made speaks,
for itself. It is secure. You say I
jave done well, and I am thankful to
you, and your words of encourage
ment will be an incen ive for me to
ry to do better in the future than I
hae done in .the past."
To those wh6 know me best know
that I stand as iirm as a rock in a
tempestuous sea for certain funda
mental principles for political liberty
and for religious freedom, for consti
tutional government and equality be
"ore the law, for equal rights, to all
tnr pccial prilcges to none, for unshackled-
opportunity as the beacon
light of individual hope, and the best
tr'arantee for the- perpetuity of our
free institutions and Tor the right
of American citizens, "native and nat
uralized, at home and abroad.
"I am not narrow-minded, I have
no rate or political or relfigous pre
judice. I am broad in my views. I
im an optimist. Jbdie've in my fel
lowman, in the good of society gen
erally, and I know that the world is
growing oetter. I stand for human
ity and declare with Burns a raaa is
a man to me for aH that J nave-
struggled all my life to help iJwse
who needed .helpj to do my sfcare in
mjr day and generation for the gea
eral welfare; to aid oppressed haman-'
ity in every land and ia every'diaie:
to raise thehumW to a higher and a
loftier slaae. aadlto Jm the. -weary
aad tie heavy Tarfe a-at forward
m the onward otwcjb t fcovror &
Jesse Binga Celebrated His
HIS FRD2NDS VOTED A RESOLUTION OF THANKS TO MRS.
BINGA FOR SLYLY PUTTING ONE OVER ON THE BANKER
Tuesday and Wednesday, Vance J.
Anderson, who is a very close friend
to "Banker Jesse Binga, kept the tele
phone busy in all directions, in call
ing up a few -of his close friends, un
der the direction of Mrs. Binga, in
viting them to assemble at their ele
gant home 3324 Vernon avenue, oi.
Wednesday evening to assist in cele
brating his 47th birthday anniversary.
It came near passing through Mrs.
Binga's mind that the time was so
near to celebrate it. and each one
receiving the invitation, were en
joined to keep it a secret and not to
let him know what was going on or
was coming off that evening.
Shortly after dinner. Mrs. Binga,
very skillfully, induced Mr. Binga. to
leave his comfortable home, and make
several calls in the neighborhood and
to spend a little time at his bank and
real es'ate office and when he re
turned home, between 9 and half
past 9 o'clock, all the run was taken
out of him for a few moments, for
he found a number of his men friend
enjoying -the comforts- of his home,
smoking up his choice Havana cigars,
getting o.n the outside of some of
his fine wines, and other choice wet
goods; playing billiards and progies
sive. whist to beat the band.
It was nothing more nor less than
of civilization. .
"And fo. my friend1:, in conclusion j
I thank you one and all again, and
God willing 1 assure you if I live
that in the future as in the past I shall
to the best of my ability, regardless
of consequences, fight on for truth:
fight on for justice: fight on for pro
cress: fight on for humanity fight on
for the cause that lacks assistance:
against the wrongs that need resis
tance; for the future in the distance,
and the good that I can do."
MEETING OF THE NATIONAL
ASSOCIATION FOR THE AD
VANVEMENT OF" COL
The Fourth Annual Conference of
The National Association for the
Advancement ofXoIored People will
be held in Chicago. April 28, 29 and
30th inclusive. Three other Confer
ences of this Associationbave been
held in the easC two in "New York
city and one in Boston. They have
been productive of great good in
arousing the latent conscience or the
white people of those communities to
the need of aggressive work against
the insidious incursions of prejudice
that have made themselves felt in
every walk" of life in which the Negro
is engaged. .It has also attracted to
its attention and membership some
of the most prominent and influential
citizens in those cities, such men as
Jacob H. . Schiff. "William English
Walling. Charles Edward Russell
William D. WaU, Oswald Garrison
Villard. all of New York, and Moor
field Storey, Francis Archibald H.
.Grimke, Maria Baldwin, and many
others of Boston.
The local organization in Chicago
through -the efibrtsr of the members
of the Executive Committee of Chi
cago, hay attracted the attention oi
such people as Julius Rosenwald, Mrs.
Emmons Blaine, Rabbi Hirsch, Jen
kin Lloyd Jones, Celia Parker Wool
ley, Miss S. Breckenbrldge, Miss Jane
Addama and many others.
It" is the hope of the Jocal commit
tee of arrangements to create as pro
found an impression in Chicago as
was made- in the two cities, above re
ferred to- The first meeting' wiH dc
held Sunday- evening, April 2900 at
the new Sinai Temple at eight
o'clock.. The sseceedTnr meet!.
6ra&&Kpit aM ertma Tae4
4f moraisg' and T-mifcy
a good old fashioned surprise stag
Mr. Rinag, .while her husband was
absent had the banquet table in the
dining room, artistically arranged and
decorated with pink carnations.
At 12 o'clock, the host, and his
gucsts sat down at the festive board,
and after enjoying the splendid re
past. Mr. Robert Lee Hall, served as
toast master and short toasts, .suit
able for. the occasion, were delivered
by the following gentlemen, who com
posed the surprise party.
Frank B. Waring. C S. Washing
ton. Pedro T. Tinsley, Jesse Binga, S.
Idling Williams, Wm. H. Washing
ton, (Boston. Mass.) Asa D. C.
Barnes. D. D. S.. H. W. Games. D.
D. S.. R. S. Abbott. W. Arthur
Falls. Sec'y., C. O. F., Geo. H. Jack
son, Ed. Mead, Vance J. Anderson,
Robert L.Hal!, E. Smith, U. G.
Dailey, M. D.. Warren' King and Jul
ius F. Taylor.
At the end of which Mr. Binga, very
pleasantly responded and heartily
thanked his friends for being present
on the joyous occasion.
A resolution of thanks which was
offered by Mr. W. Arthur Falls, was
passed thanking Mrs. Binga, for the
I skillful manner which she resorted to
! in putting the stag and surprise party
over on Mr. Binga.
will be held in Handel Hall, which is
located on Randolph street near' Wa
bash avenue. Tuesday afternoon Miss
Jane Addams of Hull House, with her
usual graciousness, has invited the
friends and members of the organiza
tion to become her. guests at a recep
tion. It is hoped that many of the
friends will attend this function.
The tentative programme" is as fol
lows: Sunday evening. Miss Jane Addams
presiding. Speakers: Mr. Garrison
Villard, Dr. Rabbi Hirsch, Judge
Edward O. Brown, William Pickens.
Monday afternoon, Mr. Sherman O.
Kinesley presiding: Speakers: W. E.
B. DuBois. Judge M. W. Pinckney.
Monday evening. Bishop B. T. Lee
presiding, "The Rnle of the Strong."
Speakers: Mr. Rubinow, Charles Ed
ward Russell. Kelly Miller, Miss La
throp opening the discussion. Tues
day morning, Mr. Villard presiding.
Report from delegates. Tuesday af
ternoon. Reception, Hull House.
Tuesday evening, Mrs. Emmons
Blaine presiding. Subject: The Nc
pro in the Gty." Speakers: Mrs. Ella
Flagg Youmr. Mrs. Ida Wells Bar
nett, John H. Walker, Jenkin Lloyd
MEWS ITEMS PEGU GLEN ZLLY2T,
Mrs. Annie Henderson, ,33-31st street,
this city, spent three days of this
week In visiting with her friend Mrs.
Marie Clark of Glen. EUyn, and in com
pany with Mrs. Clark she visited many
of Tier white friends in Wheaton, IB.
Plenty of fresh eonntry air, iresh
eggs and spring" chicken, greatly assist
ed Mrs. Henderson to add to her.
strength after a severe spell of sick
ness. Mrs. Lela Blaekman and her three
children, who reside at 3203 'State
street, Chicago, wEfr Is an old friend
of Mrs, Clark, spent two or -three days
In visiting with her this weekv
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Avondolph and
sister wmgive Mka.EQiel Mitchell a
debut party Tuesday sight at the Appo
mattox Club. . "5v
Mlsaea Bertha Meseley, Swezzia 3ie-
Goea aa Norma Keaaedy were la
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