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CHICAGO, ILU SATUR DAY, OCTOBER 21, 1922
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HON. JOHN w. LYLE
Honorable Member of the City Council from the Old 32nd
Ward and Republican Candidate for Judge of the Munic
ipal Court of Chicago.
Hon. John H. Lyle, Republican can
didate for Judge of the Municipal
Coart of Chicago, six year term, has
bn prominently in the public eye
for some years. In 1914 he was elected
to the Legislature of this state and
re-elected in 1916, where he made a
splendid record for he was always
fighting and working hard for the
passage of reform measures which
hve been of great benefit to all the
people residing within the grand old
state of Illinois.
In 1918 he was elected to the Gty
Council from the 32nd ward and re
elected in 1920 and from that time to
the present he has ably served on all
of its most important committees. At
the present time he is a very valuable
member of its Finance Committee
and Chairman Council Constitutional
He has successfully been engaged
in the active practice of all branches
of the law in this city for 16 years.
He stands at the head of the law firm
of Lyle, Harold. Hoover and Devitt,
with offices at 108 South I-a Salle St
Chicago Bar Association Report
(April 1st, 1922) said: "In public life
this candidate has demonstrated that
he is fearless and ever ready to stand
by his convictions. He is faithful and
diligent in the performance of his
Alderman Lyle possesses a well
trained judicial mind. He will make
an ideal judge of the Municipal Court
Little Rock, Ark. Judge Archie
House has granted a iwtitmn fnr 7.
corporation to the "Knights and
Ladies of America,- whose purpose is
"to checkmate, circumvent, circum
scribe, and confine the operations of
tnc one eyed cyclops' to which we
assign him as 'the cave man of the
mythical dark ajres to vc thr tatr
of Arkansas and the United States
from the curse of the Ku KIux Klan."
ANTI-KLUX SOCIETY IS
FORMED TO FIGHT TO
Springfield. III. The American
Harmony Society, an anti-Ku Klux
Klan organization, was organized at
a mass-meeting here this week to ex
ist, according to its by-laws "until this
un-American iiberty destroying, faw
brcakipfj, mercenary, mobbing institu
tion has ceased to exist in Sangamon
County." Speeches condemning the
klan were made by prominent minis
ters, attorneys and business men.
MRS MARSHALL ILL
Mrs. Eva Marshall, well known in
fraternal circles and a member of the
Board of Star of East Juvenile, A. U.
K. & D. of A. is ill and unable to
leave her home, 4133 Prairie Ave. .
Atty. Walter M. Farmer addressed
Christian Endeavor League of Quinn
Chapel on last Sunday evening using
as the subject of his address "Pat
riotism". Mr. Farmer is known to be
an interesting speaker and his address
was very inspiring to the unusual
arge audience present. Mrs. Cora B.
Giddeon is president of the League
and Miss Alma Edwards is secretary.
RETURNS TO CITY
J. J. Miles of 3645 Giles Ave., has
just returned to the city from a long
trip through Iowa after attending the
Grand Army Encampment at Des
Moines. Mr. Miles is greatly pleased
with his trip.
BAILEY INVITED EAST
M. T. Bailey, pres. The . Bailey
Realty Co.. 3638 S. State St., and
who has served for -eighteen years as
president of The Alumni Association
of The Virginia Normal and Indus
trial Institute at Petersburg, Va.. has
received an invitation to speak at
Newburg, N. Y. where he spent many
summers working on the brickyards
endeavoring to earn money to com
plete his college education at the V.
N. & I. I. formerly the V. N. & C. I.
Mr. Bailey may accept the invitation
and return to Newburg after many
years of absence.
NATIONAL URBAN LEAGUE
IN PITTSBURG, PA.
Mr. T. Arnold Hill, Executive Sec
retary and Mr. J. Milton Sampson,
Director Research and Investigations
of the Chicago Urban League, are in
Pittsburgh in attendance upon the An
nual Conference of the National Ur
A number of prominent characters
are taking part on the program,
among them Monroe N. Work, Editor
Negro Year Book, Carter G. Wood
son, editor of the Journal of Negro
History. Dr. Roscoe C. Brown of the
U. S. Public Health Service. Harry
Eugene Kelly of the Chicago Com
mission on Race Relations. Horace J.
Bridges, of the Chicago Ethical So-
Iciety and President of the Chicago
Urban League. Miss Mary E. Mur
phy, Assistant Director of the Eliza
beth McCormick Memorial Fund, also
MRS. JOSEPHINE DAVIS
WALLACE DEPARTS FOR HER
HOME IN NORTH CAROLINA.
Wednesday noon, Mrs. Josephine
Davis Wallace, departed for her home,
Salisbury, X C, on the. Broadway
Limited, over the Pennsylvania Rail
road. For the past two months. Mrs.
Wallace, had been the house guest
ot her warm friend Miss Mac C
Walker. 3561 Grand Boulevard.
While visiting in this city. Mrs.
Wallace was" royally entertained by
her many friends.
ADMITTED TO THE BAR
Macon H. Huggins of Chicago
recently passed an examination and
was granted his license by the
Supreme Court of Illinois to enter
the practice of law. He is now as
sociated with Attorney J. Delos Bell
at 3439 Indiana Avenue.
HON. JAMES M. DAILEY
Democratic Candidate for Sheriff of Cook County
Hon James M. Dailey, democratic
candidau for Sheriff has been a resi
dent for torty years of the Fourth
ward tnou the eleventh). He has
sencd his ward for three terms as
alderman and served the people of
the count tor six year, as trustee
of the Samtar District of Chicago.
Mr Daikj has always -taken an
active part in all civic affairs and has
at all times shown a broad minded,
tolerant spirit as to religion and race
and from present indications his clec-
tion as sheriff of Cook County on
November 7th is positively assured.
Mr. Dailey declares that he will
only seek and hold one office at one
time. Adv. ,
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HON. BENJAMIN E. COHEN
Republican Candidate for Judge of the Municipal Court of
Chicago; (New Two-Year Term.) Both Men and Women
Can Vote for Him on Tuesday, November 7.
Hon. Benjamin E. Cohen, Repub
lican candidate for -Judge of the Mu
nicipal Court of Chicago for the new-two-year
term, was born in the great
city of Chicago May 15th, 1835, grad
uating with honors from its common
and High Public Schools. Later on
Mr. Cohen entered the Northwestern
Law College and in 1906 he success
fully graduated from it with the high
Shortly after that year he began the
active practice of his chosen profes
sion and from that time to the present
he has met with great success in the
field of law.
For sonic time his law offices have
been located :n the City Hall Square
Buildinc. 139 North Clark street and
he resides with his family at 3215
Douglas Blvd. He has thousands of
friends among all classes of his fel
low citizens who will be highly de
lighted to see him become one of the
new Judges of the Municipal Court of
Mr. Cehcn honorably served as a
private in the Tank Corps, United
States Army in the World War for
democracy. He is an honored mem
ber of the Press Club, the Elks, the
Masons, the Knights of Pythias, the
Odd Fellows and member of the Tank
Corps Post of the American Legion.
Both men and women can vote for
him Tuesday, November 7.
HON. JAMES M. DAILEY
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ixnaty; Ue ue
MRS. NORA E. KEISER,
THE BLOOMING ROSE CLUB
,r. v. c KVUrr. 3030 Vernon
.airs. jii --
Avenue, entertained Arccntly in the
most beautiful manner, tnc garnering
of the Blooming Girls and Boys mem
bers of the Blooming osc v-.uu, ...
honor of her daughter.
The color scheme for the occasion
was pink and white. The favors,
were budding roses. The tables
were artistically decorated with pink
and white roses.
Mrs. Keiscr, was assisted by Mrs.
L. Bazille; Mrs. Frances Burditte:
- T-t. D,,.i,r,m- Mr. and Mrs. J.
Airs. join, .wj -. -
Barnes;. Mr. H. W. Ke.scn Mrs. B.
Dancing and games, closed 'the
w,in festivities. The following
!,.. vnunir folks present:
were au.u.'t, - j - ,
Miss Eva Love; Miss Geneva Mackcy;
Miss Lucille Beard; Miss Leola Wil
banks; Miss Berniee Maekqr, Sec
rctary: Miss Fay Ktmball: Miss Zeno
bio Seloy; Miss Bertha Howard;
Miss Lcma Owens; Mbs Margaret
Hunbuger. Treasurer; Miss Margaret
Herd; Mis,s trances . -
rwu Davis: Mr. John Bready; Jr.
WHie whbanks. Business -Manager;
Mr. Fred Sebcrt, President; Mr. San
Hunberger; Mr. CUrence .urner;
Mr. Leon Perry; Mr. daranccKdiy;
Mr. Marshall Green; Mr. Clifton
FLOGGED MAYOR TO SUE
CITY FOR $100,000 ANGUISH
Coffcyville, Kas. Theodore Schicrl-
manman, 42, mayor of Liberty, eight!
miles north of here, was taken to a
lonely place on a roadside last Satur
day night and lashed with blacksnake
whips by fifteen men, who said they
were members of the Ku KIux Klan,
Schierlman toid officers. The men
traveled in three motor cars.
Schierlman, who has a wife and
three children, declared he will sue
the city for $100,000. He has been
mayor of Liberty for eighteen months
and a resident of the community for
forty years. -Mr. Schierlman was-ab'c
to be at his place of business.
Mr. Schierlman owns the hall where
Walter Keith, a Coffcyville attorney,
who is a candidate for district judge,
severely arraigned the klan as un
American. It is understood this was
the cause of the assault.
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HON. JOHN F. DEVINE
The honest and painstaking Clerk of the Probate Court of
Cook County. He is highly deserving of re-election, for it
will mean lower rents and lower taxes. Both men and wom
en can vote for him on Tuesday, November 7.
Hon. John F. Devine. Republican
candidate for re-election for Clerk of
the Probate Court of Cook county
has already faved the taxpayers $139,
865.00. which is the most unique
record ccr made in this county by
any public official during the first
three years of hi present term as
Clerk of the Probate Court, he made
a profit of $139,865.00 for the tax
payers of this county over and above
all' expenses. The operation of the
usual public office in Cook County
generally means a heavy charge upon
the taxpacrs. In these days of in
creasing taxes, the voters can ap
preciate a public official who makes a
large profit over and above the ex
penses of his office. The profit so
made helps to make up in part the
deficit in other offices and thereby
decreases in part the tax burden and
ultimately the rent burden of every
voter in Cook County.
This profit wa made by Mr. De
vine by doing the largest amount of
work ccr done in the office with the
smallest proportionate amount of
help. He effected economics without
decreasing efficiency. He increased
efficiency without increase of cost.
His every move was one of a real
business man in charge of a business
office. On the other hand he did not
forget that his office is one in which
widows and orphans arc most vitally
interested. He devised new safe
guards to protect them against dis
honesty or looting of estates. His
heart is as big as his brain.
A vote on November 7, for hiri
whose name appears on the ballot a
the Republican candidate for the
Clerk of the Probate Court, means an
assurance and appreciation of effi
ciency and economy in public office.
He solicits, your support on his past
HON. EDWARD D. GREEN HAS
BEEN SELECTED TO MANAGE
THE REPUBLICAN CAMPAIGN
AMONG THE COLORED
PEOPLE IN ILLINOIS
The white and colored Republican
politicians in this city, county and
state arc beginning to wake up, and
last week. Hon. Edward D. Green
was selected by the powers that be.
to carry on a vigorous campaign
among the colored people in this
Mrs. Hcrtha Montgomery, presi
dent of the Woman's Cook County
Permanent Republican Club, has been
first appearance of the organization in
He said that in numerous speeches
he had specifically attacked this so
ciety for its activities and its purposes.
The governor's statement was in
answer to one issued by the Demo
cratic state central committee and
signed by W. D. Carroll, secretary,
referring to a declared Klan indorse
ment of Republican candidates as
Athe most dastardly attempt ever
made in this state to poison the minds
of the voters in a political campaign."
chosen by Mr. Green to traverse
this state and deliver speeches in be
half of the Grand Old Party.
Mr. Green can be found almost any
day at his office in the Morrison
COMPLETES FUTURE HOME
The future home of Mrs. Minnie
Hill living for sonic time at 3448
Dearborn St.. has been completed and
Mr. Hill has moved into a beautiful
cottage erected on lots on 109th
Place and Throop St.. Morgan Park,
bought through The Bailey Realty
Co.. 3638 S. State St
BLAIN ATTACKS KLAN;
DISAVOWS. HINTBD SUPPORT
Madison. Wis Gov. J. J. Blaine
declared that he was unalterably op
posed to the principles and objects qf
I' the Kn Klux Klan, and through bis
executive communications and. orders
had shown his opposition since the
NEGRO DRUMMER GETS
KAISER WEDDING 'GIFT
Potsdam. Former Emperor Wil
liam already has begun to bestow his
One of the overjoyed beneficiaries
is Sambo, a South African Negro, who
was a favorite of the emperor in the
old days when he was a drummer in
the regimental band of the famous
Life Guard Hussars.
Since the demobilization of the
array Sambo has been out of a job.
When the former emperor heard of
it he began making inquiries among
his friends in Berlin. The result was
that Sambo will now grace Uflter den
Linden in a baby blue uniform. The
Hotel Adlon, Berlin's smart hostelry,
has engaged him as a taxi' call man.
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HON. DANIEL RYAN
The present sturdy and homest president of the Board of Coun
ty Commissioners, who wfll be re-elected as one of the Comi
ty Cosmnssioaers eta Tuesday, Neve-saber 7. Both mem and
women can vote for him. Mr. Ryan Jias many friends Twewg
the .Colored people, who w31 vote for him on electie-a dy.