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(ON. Michael ROSENBeEiiiocRATic cank
DATE FOR TRUSTEE 0F.Tfill3AN!TARY DiSTRlCT
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Hod. Alfaf JL.Xbrf&rdt, -Rep-b-fican
uidtefor.-Xadst of the M-
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Ii year lerjrV'i?j,sc1
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fr: Ebtrhardt-" 'always coadacts
hnnself'V a fehly.tdhiredrcatle-.
a' 'beca Is-cceasfally-wraaai
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Hon. MidMiel ,.R6senberg, Demo
cratic candidate. "for Trustee of "the.
Saaitarj District; of Chicago was
born right here In dear old Chicago 36
years .ago, receiving his education in
its pabfic schools later on rocading
it out. or. finishing it up in a first-,
class business college, in starting in
life for himself-be began right down
at the bottoKi of the ladder and grad
ually worked his way on up to the
Looking arouad for something to do
in his early manhood days he Suc-
Foremaa Bros. Banking Co. as pay-j colored help, ads tt
mg teller, nomtag mat position down
(6r a few -Years, with the helo of some
of fcicwana meads he was able .to en
rare in siessfor himself and after
jaach hard work on his part and dose
Meaon to business today he is suc-
cessmlly engaged, in several lines of
arsfitable business. He is the presi
dent of the International Lamp Man-
utactanag Corporation, which em
slays more than three hundred and
svety-five colored men and women;
.waea -t,r.iXosenberg first, started, on
to land h
He a bom a ret.tV.re-H
cated in ks --pticiaolS, aadr. hit
time, graduated anth nigh Jjoaocs":
from the J-cwis InstitatC andthe
Hft is the highly honored son of
the late Judge Max. JEberhardt, who
like his son was- an Jumor to the legal
profession, his lather before him was
among the first Judges .of the .Muni
cipal Court of Chicago, He had alr
sravs been extremelr friendly to the
colored peopleand, as his son -will ie.
elei-ated to the Municipal Bench, the
colored people will, still have a fnend
depaitwjjjjt. w the
salesmen for Se
concerns would, cfll
the lamp shade
ihrm tliat the bcM
mWrh were !" r-t- a0sal
Lamp Maaiactrif Jftaraea
were made By ttwrsa asiww inai
none of the big sieratittald buy
their roods ai h; rndfcKS that
Mrv Jlosenberit tot jtoaafads aad
thousands of daWaw wpKft base
ness each year taiuirjit Tprefa"
dicearalnst the cfiWred.
did not and waaid aat;
his determinatiea to siaaiMrhk col
ored help all of .the 1t;mbp Atit
manufactunag coEcenw M2t city
are today followiag w -Aapootsteps
of Mr. Rosenberg. ad-4a? sow em
ploying .hundreds af mUudsaea aad
women, in bnagiag Jartayfcec jred
ucts. ' 3m
It should seem x-aaalirto -every
nmaa h.j N later
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ested hi the wMiim iMRnce that
! :eaiiilBy. ealored men nd women Ae ip
cerre safee ot.tae
his -race for one of the Trustees oi
the Saaitxor XJistrict of Chicago.
Mr. and Mrs. Rosenberg, who is a
very lovable lady 'to meet and their
four children .reside in a pleasant
home at 1250 South Independence
As stated above Mr. Rosenberg is a
member of thte Constitutional Con
vention of Illinois, and' he is also
honored member of the fol-
Jewing lodges and societies: Chi
cago Lodge No. 4, B.P.O.E, Wau
baasia Lodge Uo. 160, A. F- A. M.;
Lafayette Park Chapter, Aryan Grotto
No. 18, Beacons&eld Lodge K. of Jf.,
Chicago Council, Iroquois Club, Illi
nois Sportsman Club, Ambassador
Club, Chicago Motor Club, Assodt
ated Jewish Charities of Chicago, Ra
stah Lodee LO.BvA, Sheridan Park
Clnb, Covenant Club, Bohemian Char
itable Association, German Club of
Chicago, Captain Dreyfus, Harmony
Lsdce K. of 1 Hebrew Institute.
Federated Orthodox, Charities, Tem
ple Judea, Congregation Sharah Tor
ah, Gomel Chesed Shel Emeth, Direc
tsr Marks Nathan. Orphan Home, Di
rector Hebrew Free Burial Scdety,
Home ior Incurable at Oak Forest
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HON. MICHAEL ROSENBERG
Prasideat of the Iaternaoal Lamp, Maasfact-riag Corporatx Hsa
Company avuf steady -jupjoyraoat to more isaa inre-f nw
re and Seveaty-Fnre Colored Mea aa Wchjhu He Is a Mhb
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ways Voted Right oa All QaetHoes ac- the Political State
of th Colored People m Thfc Site. He I One of the Best ed
Traert Friends of the Colored Race m the United States. Wkh
eat Any Question AboHt It oa Tuay, Noveaber 7, He Wl
Be Elected One of the Trustees of the Sanitary District of
Chicago. ' .
- ,fe is -an mdustnotts -lawyer ot tg
ideals; and lempcraaientally fitted for
the position. Wcdeem htm qualified. ,
Chicago Bar Association Report
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The oeonle of this dty wfll be hon
oring- themselves by electing, falin one
of the Judges of the Municipal Court
N. WHUAM E. HELANIER,
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wn . William F.. Wrfander. Reonb- net law firm of Scott Bancroft Mar-
lican candidate "for Judge of the Mu- tin and Stephens, and for two years
;..:.-,i rnnrt nf fTiieatro fnew sut- he ablv served as assistant attorney
year term) was- born and raised -in for the Sanitary District of Chicago.
this great dty by the side ot ae- At tne oreaiang out ot xaerTei
Michigan, recriving his education in World War for democracy "he ea
ita public schools and in time he be- listed ind saw overseaa. service with
came a high honor graduate from the 74th Lp-, oh Kegtment jjmtea.utes
Parkman grammar school and En- iarm.es. Was wosadea an gas-sea
fgJewood high school, and in the at Fountame de St Robert and re-
coarse of fime. he graduated with high turned to duty witft sta xnira
boners- from the - Northwestern Jnl- Army Corps, A. E. Fn as Iatelfigeace
versiry Sdioolof Law, bang admit- Officer of Corps Air Service.
ted to oar -is 1911 and from urn xte is an nonorea me-wer l ic
Vfme to the Breseat he ias met with American Bar Assodaaa. iiao
Wa eci in the oractice of his Bar Assodatioa, aad Ckicago Bar
t ,ii- ' Association: Phi Alalia Delta Lawr
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For sea. tkae past he his been Fraternityr Americaa Lagkw. MaiteryJ
ably aad hoaorably servnig as as- uruecoi me ureal war, n en
aiatant Jadge of the Probate Court of dan Association, Seeeaf DWiiia As-
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Bit Tadidal position he was for A. F.&r A- M- aa4 oAa aric ladlnrrell ap a big majority vote for.hun
Ve years assodated with the emi-fraternal orgaaaatieaa.' lea Tuesday, Nov. 7.
Judge and Mrs. Helander and the
remainder of the family reside In a
pleasant home at 5400 Wentworth av
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The Chicaga Bar Association highly
endorses him. It .states, in its report
prior to the April primary, that
William E. Helander possesses in
dustry and patience. His work in the
Probate Court well spoken of. He
has had a good legal training and ex
nerience and is qualified for the of
fice". Chicago Bar Association re
It must be. said, to the everlasting
credit of Tde Helander. who always
deports himself like a high-class gen-
tl tan. itut he has always been
friendly towards tWiJariy55l Jughr-
ijr rcsfciwaui- ;wruito yy m.
all sarts- of. tics. -y they Willi assist
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AXLSN ATTACKS KLAN, CATH-
OLICS IN SAME BREATH
Says THat Bigotry Will Breed Civil
Great Bend, Kan. One pistol shot
could produce a state of dvil war in
Kassas similar to that-in .Ireland, ac--ipU(X4&lAvha
Klan here l-esday.
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ills jpecen was part ui sciics .-v
political addresses, but the latter pdr-
Bon of it was devoted to a scathing
denunciation of religious bigotry and
The governor denounced certain
types of Catholics" and members jf
the Klan in the same breath, telling
them they should both be ashamed of
-"Both to Blame"
"You are- both to blame." he as
serted.' "You Catholics who go out
and sayr "I don't vote for a man who
is not a Catholic I. am going to put
my political activity behind my relig
ion." you ouebt to be ashamed of
yourselves, and you men. who Join the
klan arid say, 'Here.is an order that
exists for the protection of white su
premacy and to save us from the
Catholic church,' you ought to be
ashamed; "honestly, you ought to be
Pointing out that he was not con
demning, the klan from any personal
beliefs or prejudices, the executive"
said, "I am. not against, your organ-,
ization because you don't likethe
Mason ari- a Knight Templar-vl he
long to alt of these organizations 1
belong to' everything except ihe
Knights df Columbus and the -Ku s
Klux K!an,and I wouldn't joindther .
of them. - j
After -drawing a comparison be
tween the conditions in Kansas and .
those m Ireland the governor asked. .
"Do "you want turned loose in thia.
state the horrors of a dvil war? God,?
forbid such a war, and yet what can;
you sfiggest to the Negroes of. the.,
statewhen the old Ku Khix Klan
that terrified them fifty-five years ago
is again riding at -ight,?"
Governor Allen, you are a g a m e
birdand your talks should doa world
of good in assisting to straighten, out
the members of the Catholic church -and
thfc Ku Klux Klan. E&tor. .
0f. IXLIOTT W. SWtOUL
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CbWOfUCK OM THE. ttJXD
fee Yatai ami Warkad ia Mrer
i Tisr-flr af aa Dyer Aa-Lyeiagll
' Tifa. years-, ago 'Hon. JUBotf V.
jl ,pta that bmej-d aever ae-
most of it wascoasaaied iaJeakr'
after his exteaswe cotra '
At that t-scsaase af his-warn ad.
dose frieads iaaced.k-B to eatejrw
1 national gaaae ,f polkiev aad he was
elected to Coaaress ieom. e 4au
Cbngressioaal. Distriet'ef IlSsaia. a
he has amply previ iMBS-if -b be aae
of its best a astt vaJatble se
bers. H twav va4ea Mt all t
far-readuag aad a&tt kaertaat t-(-tkasa-ac-ag
the wntt saaa af tfce
fjach f-hk feieio politics,' tmtj American -pee?k. "Tfe worlttd hard.
aad delivered aa .eloquent oration in
6rror of the passage of the Dyer. Aati-
His same aooears on the roll of
hoaor ia another column of this sews-
paper. At all times he boldly assists
to sa-old the' arms of Hoa. Marba
B. Mad4e in his rreat fight in behalf
ef ike colored people. .
It Is almost asdess to state that
cverr cJlored man aad woaaaa yoter.
resfdkg ia the Third Coagresaieaal
District will oa Tuesday, Aoreaaer
askt to return hia to Congress with
a roasia vote t his back.
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