HEW TO THE LINE; LET THE CHIP5 FALL WHERE THEY MAY
CHICAGO, FEBRUARY 9, 1918
The Thirtieth Ward Republican? Organization Has Endorsed
Hon. Charles S. Deneen for United States Senator
and the Fight Will Soon Be on in Full Blast Between
Him and the Other Candidates Seeking That Honored
ALDERMAN JOSEPH HIGGINS SMITH, OWING TO HIS SPLENDID
RECORD IN THE CITY COUNCIL, WILL BE RETURNED TO THAT BODY
FROM THE FOURTEENTH WARD.
MICHAEL G. WALSH, ONE OF THE BEST DEPUTY CORONERS OF
COOK COUNTY, IS SLATED TO WIN THE REPUBLICAN NOMINATION
FOR ALDERMAN OF THE THIRTIETH WARD.
THE COLORED CHARLES S. DENEEN REPUBLICAN CLUB OF THE
SECOND WARD, UNDER THE LEADERSHIP OF LAWYER AUGUSTUS L.
TOIIAMS. HAS WHEELED INTO LINE FOR MAJOR ROBERT R.
JACKSON FOR ALDERMAN OF THAT WARD.
ATTORNEY PATRICK H. O'DONNELL, WHO IS ONE OF THE MOST
ABLE LAWYERS IN THIS COUNTRY; CONTENDER FOR THE RIGHT
WALL THINGS AND AT ALL TIMES, AND WHO IS ONE OF THE MOST
ELOQUENT ORATORS, HAS ENTERED THE. RACE FOR STATE'S AT
TORNEY IN 1920 AND HE WILL MAKE ROME HOWL DURING THE
COMPLETE LIST OF THE DEMOCRATIC, REPUBLICAN AND SO- Benj. M. Mitchell, Francis A. Byan;
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UAUM ALKCimMU 1"1A1KI. IMfcKB WILL BE SEVERAL Wnr.1 1.1. f! T, Wrohl.Vi. T.rnnnr,!
unVHOT EIGHTS IM ROME tXK TOP WADnc HDTTTrrM?x.T crr nn ntm ' '
-r7-Wr. rAttmnATPS "M" wma iaa J- Arnstein; Ward 15, Anthony J. Con
rad, William Phelan; Ward lb, Walter
J. Orlikoski, John A. Piotrowski, Mrs.
L. Endow, Anton Ccndrowski, John
Mulsoff; Ward 17, S. S. Walkowiak;
Ward 18, Martin Walsh, Maurico F.
Kavanagh; Ward 19, James B. Bow
ler; Ward 20, Matt Franz; Ward 21,
William Beardon; Ward 22, John H.
Baulcr, Frank J. Self, Jr., Gustav C.
Wilde; Ward 23, Joseph F. Bing; Ward
24, 'John Haderlein; Ward 25, Arthur
IL Welsh, Joseph Hopp; Ward 26, Will
iam H. Pontow, John M. McGowan,
Christian A. Jensen; Ward 28, James
REV. W. S. BRADDAN, CHAPLAIN OF THE 370th U. S. INFANTRY, L- Doherty; Ward 29, 'Max Adamow-
k STATIONED AT JIAMP J&HOUSTQJ JT?V.ASi HAS, APBJVFD sVi, .Thom&s.F., Byraa, Martin B.-Qot-
HOME AND SUNDAY AFTERNOON, FEBRUARY 10th, HE WILL AD- - ttp11pv Ebdinir. Martin J. Car-
DRESS THE MEETING AT ODD FELLOWS' HALL, 3335 S. STATE STREET, ,. t.,bIi v tt. r,rfin;-Tr
IN FAVOR OF THE RE-ELECTION OF FORMER ALDERMAN OSCAR J?"' i1 'T ?
DE PRIEST TO THE CITY COUNCIL FROM THE SECOND WARD. Diewsiu; nam ju, joun lamoorsKi,
William B. O 'Toole, Michael M. O'Con
nor; Ward 31, Jariath A. Gibbons, Tcr
rence F. Moran; Ward 32, Henry P.
Bergen; Ward 33 E. J. Tobin, Tim E.
Timmons, Christian Hedc, Frank M.
Padden, Robert J. Cummins, Geo. H. An
derson; Ward 34, John Toman; Ward
35, 'Thomas J. Lynch.
Tho Socialist candidates aro the fol
lowing: Ward 1, O. H. Goluk; Ward 2,
Arthur E. Halm; Ward 3, Joseph E.
Greer; Ward 4, Adolph Petratis; Ward
5, Frederick G. Wellman; Ward 6, Leo
B. Shire; Ward 7, Clarence W. Shaw;
Ward 8, George W. Kohler; Ward 9,
Zephiero Pepin; Ward 10, Stefan Gilla;
Ward 11, William Van Bodegraven;
Ward 12, Clarence H. Beranek; Ward
13, Charles H. Hair; Ward 14, H. W.
Harris; Ward 15, William E. Rod
riguez; ward lb, &aui a. .oppnagic:
Ward 17, no petition filed; Ward 18,
Marion Wiley; Ward 19, Frank A. Pelli
grino; Ward 20, Edward W. Wieman;
Ward 21, George G. Schmidt; Ward 22,
Andrew Lafln; Ward 23, Charles Krum
bein; Ward 24, Adolph W. Harrack;
Ward 25, Gilbert E. Collins; Ward 26,
Gilbert E. Collins; Ward 26, James
Marshall; Ward 27, Carl D. Thompson;
Ward 28, Frank Shiflersmith; Ward 29,
Joseph A. Ambroz; Ward 30, no peti
tion filed; Ward 31, Charles F. Woer
ner; Ward 32, Joseph W. Morris; Ward
33, Walter Huggins; Ward 34, Daniel
A. Uretz; Ward 35, Albert C. Kalk.
fte political pot among the so
ared nawashed Democrats and the
sft-sioxing Bepublicans is just begin
? to boil and bubble in good shape
1 Emy of the small fry or tin-horn
iesaen who always entertain the
tfntbt the whole world rests on their
Sodden will work over time between
" d the September primaries in
order to keep themselves within the
Zm of their big political masters
e tosses, and the most important
"at or thing to transpire among the
Republican politicians this week
tto indorsement of the Hon. Chas.
Doeta for United States senator by
tte 30th Ward Bepublicans who as
cabled by the hundreds in Speyne's
7 & and State street and it goes
t ying that Mr. Deneen has
o regiments of friends in all parts
-i -- uiiuujjuuui, inc siaie
o who will do everything in
UlETTi-. .. . .
txcr mat honorable men can do
Hn in the United States senate.
a ost safe to state that aside
tte of the 30th Ward Be-
aL "? that there wU1 not be a s3'
torial r Stirrin& alonP the sena
toe until after the April elec
110,1 aad ,
Hi . vanas candidates for
enaxai,. honors in the several wards
fled totk petitions and they are
a ?T for the race. The following
complete list of all the Demo-
pnbUcan and Socialist candi-
"bL11 of the wards m thb city
jn now and primary day,
7, Feb. 26, there wUl be some
tts and knocking down .and
S out among them in their re-
W Lmis; Ward 2
Sdj, T ' Jbert Jackson; Ward 3,
W vT; Ward 4' Jolm r-
? Jolm R Nortoa;
"1U Guy Guernsey, Charles
Clare, Hugh Daley; Ward 8, E. M.
Cross; Ward 9, Oscar B. Hillstrom;
Ward 10, Joseph Celovsky; Ward 11,
William W. Huupt, John C. Kruse;
Ward 12, William P. Holden; Ward 13,
William F. Kramer; Ward 14, Wm. J.
H. Schultz, Edward Todd; Ward 15,
Oscar H. Olsen; Ward 16, Peter Sera
vinski; Ward 17, Stanley J. Wolski;
Ward 18, John J. Gorman, John B.
Lewis; Ward 19, Louis Solitske; Ward
20, Joseph Bacher, Joseph Pokora;
Ward 21, Earl J. Walker, William F.
Peters, Harry Crane, George J. Glover;
Ward 22, Henry C. Jacobsen; Ward 23,
Walter P. Steffen, Alex J. Bcsa;
Ward 24, (t); Ward 25, Frank J.
Link, Bobert H. Stinson, George H.
Waite, Clyde L Backus; Ward 26,
George Pretzel; Ward 27, 01iver L.
Watson; Ward 28, Adolph A. C. Mayer;
Ward 29, Bichard Farrell, Ralph G.
Hunter, Joseph Schon; Ward 30, Otto
H. Teschner, Michael G. Walsh, Charles
Bachmann; Ward 31, 'Bobert B, Peg
ram, Chas. A. Nicholls; Ward 32, John
H. Lyle; Ward 33, J. Walter Nelson,
Albert O. Anderson, August Andersen;
Ward 34, Joseph Mcrensky; Ward 35,
Harry B. Jackson.
DEMOCRAT Ward 1, 'John J.
Coughlin; Ward 2, Clem Huehne, Glenn
Robinson; Ward 3, Ulysses SL Schwartz;
Ward 4, John A. Bichert, William J.
Mooney, Joseph Mendriski, Heronimas
Sidaras, Anton Kaminski, Frank Zabo
rowski; Ward 5, Bobert J. Muleahy,
Frank Delee; Ward 6, Frank A. Mul
hoUand, Peter J. Strasser, Thos. W. Net
teryviUe; Ward 7, G. B. McCabe; Ward
8, Martin 8. Furman, Emery M. Shaw,
8heldon W. Govier; Ward 8, 'James
McNichols, Frank J. Vavricek, Ben
jamin M. 8vec, Ed Bilek; Ward 9, "Her
man Krumdick, C. F. Pettkoske, Bobert
H. Brahst; Ward 10, J. A. Dnmanowski,
John F. Byan, 'Joseph L Novak; Ward
11, 'John G. Home, Maurice J. Joy;
Ward 12, 'Joseph H. Smith; Ward 13,
lV- lH jH
ATTORNEY PATRICK H. O'DONNELL.
Mr. O'Donnoll announced his candi
dacy to fill the office of Maclay Hoyno
when his term of office expires by send
ing a letter to the leading Republicans
of Cook County and stated his platform,
which is as follows:
(1) I will send convicts behind prison
walls and will not send them to live in
luxury in hotels of the City as public
(2) I will seek to recover back into
the County Treasury the half million of
dollars that has been voted out during
the last few years to privato detective
agencies, private individuals and hotel
keepers for investigations of cases that
Stirred the political waters this week from fore to ait by throwing his fighting hat
in the ring for State's Attorney in 1920.
have failed in nearly every instance,
ami to support witnesses that juries
have refused to believe, and I shall hold
as liable to the County the officers who
have illegally voted that money out of
the County Treasury.
(3) I shall return to tho practice
heretofore followed by all States At
torneys by not employing any private
detectives, spies, wire tappers or well
known criminals as adjuncts to the ad
ministration of tho criminal law and
the jurification of Cook County.
(4) I shall nolle no cases without
first laying the facts beforo tho trial
judge and getting his consent thereto
and shall strike off none as there is no
warrant for it in law and the persons
so held are never released, but are un
der pressure to do tho bidding of the
prosecuting power at primaries and
elections to the corruption of the bal
(5) I shall not countenance, but shall
oppose the constant blame upon the
Chicago police force who make 70,000
arrests while fewer than 300 of thos
arrested by them are sent to Joliet and
I shall so fend them that they shall
have at least as good a standing befora
the community while engaged in their
hazardous occupation as the numberless
criminals that they are trying to suppress.
Two candidates have entered the race
at tho primaries against Alderman Jo
seph Higgins Smith in the Fourteenth
Ward, but as Alderman Smith has made
a splendid record in tho City Council in
tho past four years ho will bo renomi
nated and re-elected to that body with
both hands down.
Michael G. Walsh, who has proven
himself to be one of the very best dep
uty coroners Cook County has ever had
and who has thousands of friends
among all classes of his fellow citizens
in all parts of this city, is headed or
slated to win the Republican nomina
tion for alderman of tho Thirtieth
This week the Charles 8. Deneen Col
ored Eepabliean Club, which holds forth
in tho Second Ward under tho leader
ship of Lawyer Augustus L. Williams,
held a meeting at 3158 Forest avenue,
and before it wound up it fell in lino for
Major Bobert B. Jackson for alderman
of that ward.
As stated in another column of this
paper that Bev. W. 8. Braddan has ar
rived home from Camp Logan, Houston,
Texas, and this coming Sunday after
noon, Feb. 10, he will address the meet
ing a Odd Fellows Hall, 3335 South
State street, in favor of the re-election
of former alderman, Oscar DcPriest, to
the City Council from the Second Ward.
The thing that caused the greatest
ommotion among the politicians and the
would-be politicians this week was the
announcement of Attorney Patrick H.
O'DonneU for State's Attorney of
Cook County in 1920. Mr. O'DonneU
understands everything in connection
mm u (mbco j-rum jx. w ti ua no i
would be tho right man in the right
place. Bead his platform in another
column of this paper.
BEV. W. a BRADDAN, CHAPLAIN
OP THE 370TH UNITED STATE8
INFANTRY AND PASTOR OF BE
BEAN BAPTIST UHUKUH, AE
ETVES HOME ON A SHOET FUB-LOUQH.
Bev. W. 8. Braddan, who was for a
long time the chaplain of the Eighth
Begiment, Illinois National Guard, now
the 370th United States Infantry, and
who is still serving it as chaplain, has
arrived home on a short furlough from
Camp Logan, Houston, Tex., where the
370th United States Infantry has been
stationed since the latter part of Octo
ber. Bev. Braddan, who was almost the
founder and the pastor of Berean Bap-j
tist Church, which is now located at
52nd and South Dearborn streets, will
preach on Sunday morning, February
10th, at 11 a. m. and at 8 p. m., and
Rev. Braddan will be greatly pleased
to meet his many friends and the mem
bers of his congregation on that occa
sion. He will only bo in the city a few
days, and he will bo at home early and
lato at 5008 S. Fifth avenue or Wells
Hon. George W. Dixon. Chairman
Home Mission Board of the M. E.
Church, and President of the Arthur
Dixon Transfer Company, wiU apeak
at the Phyllis Wheatley Home, Sun
day, February 17th, 1918, at 3:30 p. m.,
under the auspices of the Social and
Educational Committee of the Home.
All friends aro invited to eome and
spend a pleasant hour with us.
Mrs. Thersa G. Macon, Chairman.
J. Saowden-Porter, Ch. Speakers'
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