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HON. SAMUEL A. ETTELSON
The Able aad ferilliaat Corporation Crnimel Ckkage, Who
wui uh twcMHiyt nevcmMr , e fTe-eJected t& the State
Senate, from tae Third Senatorial Dietrict of IUi
GEO. W. (WEIL FOR REPRB-
SENTATIVE UTH DISTRICT.
Mr. O'Neil -was Bora at Chatsworth,
IIL, March 7, 1865,, and; alter working
as farmer, bridge "buildar, cattle herder
and broncho buster, came- to Chicago
in 1888, and for the last 20 years has
devoted his time tp building smzllj
cottage homes. He is a man 'who has
devoted, much of his iime to 'the 'wel
fare of the poor and unfortunate peo
ple, and there are hundreds -who know
of the many kind deeds he rendered
them during tiic wan Like Lincoln,
be was born in a log -cabin, and is
named after George Washington, so
how could be help but ""inherit the
spirit of America? Therefore he is
asking the support of his many friends
for a- Member of the Legislature of
Illinois. Both men and women can
vote for him at the general election,
Tuesday, Nov. f.
HON. EDW. J. TOBIN SHOULD
BE RE-ELECTED SUPERIN
TENDENT OF THE PUBLIC
SCHOOLS OF COOK COUNTY
In 1910, Hon. Edward J. Tobin was.
elected Superintendent of the Public
Schools of Cook- County, and from
that time to the present, he has been
one of the best public officials that has''
ever held that important position, and.
by ail means-should be re-elected to it
at general election on Tuesday, Nov.'7.
HON. DANIEL RYAN, DEMO
CRATIg CA'KWDATI FOR
Hon. Daniel Ryan is finishing up
his third or fourth ierm, as one of
the honest 5&d straightforward com
missioners of Cook County, and as
such, he is highly deserving of re-election.
In the past he has ably served as
chairman of the Finance. Committee
of the Board of Commissioners of
Cook County. At the --present time,
he is finishing out the. 'unexpired
term of the late Peter Reinberg, a
president of the board.
Mr. .Ryan is also president of the
Forest Preserve Commission. .' KJ
COHMISI IONEXOFC.OOKi AsXaneviseace of the friewdskiplef
n n -m .. . - ,- - I - . . . ' .
jar. Kyan tor tne coiorea peogw;ac
always employs eight or ten colored
men In iis contracting business. ,
About one year ago Mr. Ryan se
lected Miss Gertrude James, a young
colored woman, as one of "the sten
ographers in the office of the County 1
Agent; it being the: first time that a
colored woman was appointed to' a
position of that kind Ja thepublic
service of Cook. County, showing that
Mr. Ryan has a big heart, and that
it is located in the right place.
The writer confidentially believes
tharjnany -colored voters in this city
will remember him on Tuesday, No
vember 7. Both men and women can
vote for hiei, Alv.
HmIkliI Gficerc fSvmnl iXr- r
f CktMrt. AseMat- nUA -iri..-
Dwgfc di Africa, of which
t.Mar T. Pryor is president, is
fOH: to eattrtaia in honor of the
1 ai gramd oncers 0f a. U.
- " '"ber 8th at
ttc CMBBHwky 'Hoase, 3201 Wabash
vee. Mrs. HenrietU Dean, chair
Ja f the Committee, ts working
f (o make tha a brilliant affair and
is expected that Hon. W. H. Fields
SK Loais' Mtional grand master,
" his staff win be present and take
active part on the program to
gether with Mrs. Elira Jackson, state
graad taeen of Illinois' and others.
HP& EDWA? J. GLACm DEMO
HON It) THET STATE1 SENATE'
Attorneys W. E. Mollison and John
R Lynch, better known a Vfnr-
Joha R. Lynch, 184 W. Washington
sircei, ana Kobert O. Lee, 3902 State
street, were busy durine the cast wwk
or ten days closing deals for their
clients who are making valuable pur
chases Sn Morgan Park through TJie
Bailey. Realty Co, 3638 S. State street
" The f6lIowta is ? the g&4
or lasbng work, accoaif hsw by ta
Hon. 'Edward T. Gladda M' a atesber
of the state seaU.froai th Sevca-
teenth Senatorial District of Ilimots
and be wfll be rt-electea'r to that law
making body Taesday, November 7.
Senator Glackk) k the father of the
meucres; he pawed the Municipal
Tuberculosis Act. known as the G!ac
Hn Law, under which Maaictpal Tf -berculosis
Saaitariam was erected at
Crawford and Brya Mawr avenues.
One and a half million dollars i avail
able each year for the prevention and
cure of tnberculosis. Since the law
has been in operation the,deah rate1
in Chicago from tuberculosis has been
reduced one-half. The Sanitarium
and eight-dispensaries throughout the
city are iree to aiu
Had a commission appointed by the
Governor to promote the project of a
3eep waterway to 'the sea-by way of
the St 'Lawrence River, which, will
make Chicago the greatest cSy a the
Secured an annrnnmrin nf 10 VV)
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for the relief of the earthquake suf
ferers in Southern Italy and, Sicily.
Passed a law making Saturday after
noon a legal half holiday.
YSted against prohibition, and is for
personal liberty and for Beer aad
Voted for a 5-cent fare, and will
continue to fight for it -
Voted for a soldiers' bonus in the
Legislature, and urges the people to
vote for same November 7.
Stands for and fought for Home
Rule for Chicago, and Municipal
Ownership of Public Utilities ; Work-
ingmen's Old Age Pension; Free
Medical attention for -mothers and infants.
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HON. EDWARD J. GLACK1N
Democratic Candidate for Re-FJecHon to-the State Senate from the
Seventeenth Senatorial District of lUkok He Is One of the
Greatest Champions of the Rights of the Common People aad
Hk Paat Senatorial Record Shkjes Forth without One Blemish
ATTORNEY RUSH B. JOHNSON,
FOR JUDGE OF THE MUNI
CIPAL COURT OF CHICAGO.
both men and women can vote for
him. He is candidate for the new
Look, for the last name in the first
I column on separate Judicial ticket
He is 'competent, fair-minded and Election Tuesday, Nov. 7. Adv.
HON. EDWARD J. HUGHES
HON. BENAMIN E. COHEN
Republican Candidate for Judge of the Municipal Court af
Chicago; (New Two-Year Term.) ' atk Men aad Wemea
Caa Vote for Hun aa Tnecday, Neveasaar 7.
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lion. 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 grea
city of Chicago 'May 15th, 1885, grad
uating with honors from its common
and Hisrh 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 tothe present
he has met with great -success in the
field of law.
For some time his law oiBces have
been located in the Gty Hall Square
Building, 139 North ClarkJstreet and
he resides with his family at 3215
Douglas Blvd. He has thwsaads V
friends among all classes .ai his fel
low citizens who will be highly de
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Democratic Candidate for re-election to State Senate from
the 21st Senatorial District of Illinois
HON. DANiEL RYA2C
of th Board of
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Mr. Cohen honorably served as a
private in the Tank Corps, United
States, Army in the World War for
democracy. He its an honored mem
ber of the Press Club, the Elks, the
Masons, he Knights of Pythias, the
Odd Fellows and member of the Tank
Corns Post of the America--F'ad com
Both men and ytroo- faiuy jever paid to
xoioeJhaf jheJw-T-Jftrcompetence and" honesty of any
iVre y are; gomg. otbcr oi fa Gty Coaacil.
Alderman Schwartz, because of his
record as a public servant of the City
of Chicago, because of his Jong ex
perience in public affairs, because of.
the thought and study he has given
taxation problems, and because of the
proficiency he has displayed in the dis
charge of every duty, and because of
the special efforts jnade by hiai to fa
vor the colored, aswell as the white
people. Is justified -ia asEng every
thinking citizen 'for his or her andi-
vided support in bis candidacy" for the
o&ice of Member ot the Bxl of Re
view. Place & before- his satae in
the Democratic col-una, oa Teesday,
Nov.tland -assure voarseli a sqaare
Hon. Edward J. Hughes, Demo
cratic candidate for re-election to the
State Senate from 'the Twenty-first
Senatorial District of Illinois, has
long since proven himself to be one
of the most popular and honorable
members of the State Senate. He
was first elected to the Upper House
in 1914 and re-elected in 1918, and he
always votes right on all questions
or propositions aoccting the interest
of all the people within the confines
of the grand old state of Illinois.
Senator Hughes and his good wie
Mrs. Hughes reside in a lovely
home at 3339 Fulton street. He is to
the manner --born receiving his
common and nigh school education
in the public schools of this wonder
ful city; later, on he graduated with
honors from the Lincoln College of
Law. The Legislative oVters League
has always loudly sounded the praise
reports- on the senatorial candidates
seeking. election or re-election tot
the state senate has this to say
in favor- of Senator Hughes that
he is finishing his second term as
senator. -That he has made a far.
better - recordj than any represent
tatrve ofhis district for many-years;
active and always alert to legislative
In the past Senator Hughes has
honorably served on all of the most . '
important committees of the state '
senate; he has been very active in .
securing increased appropriations for
all the institutions for state depend
Senator Hughes, who always con-;
ducts himself like a highly fiolished
first class gentleman, has many warm
friends among the best class of color-,
ed people residing in his senatorial'-'
district and on Tuesday, November 7,
they will greatly assist to "re-elect him
of Senator Hughes in one of its latest I to the State Senate of Illinois.
to elect a Successor to Dr. U,
Morris, for he was,pwiar o the
convention-' 'aad had bee for .many
years, He was thainaaa .f the
Board of Trustees af "fee- Arkansas
Baptist college, aad there are some
other things to .take place I will -tell
you about m another letter. God
hless you. " Write to me pare A- M.
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CHARLES' E, STUMP
JUDGE XNJODfS HATFIELD'S
NAME OH 3-EXAS BALLOT
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Dr. A. H. 'Yoaag. 411 Cahtawt ave
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Leavenworth,' KaaV where fa. soeat
several aays aena. bm -vacate -stbu-ing
hk mother,- Mrs. SaQie Young,
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