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HON. SHEAIHilCKB. TUW&R
Republican Caaiiiaate for Reflection to tfce legislature from
the Tint Senatorial District of Illiaois. He k Ever Ready
to Work Hard, Pay and Right, im tke.Iatcrest ef His Tkcm
sands of Ceaatitaaats. Oa Tkursaay Erakf, Nevtmwor 2,
He Held a Gramd Recaatxea ua Heaer ef His Great Army
of Friends, at tke Old Olivet Baptist Ckvrcfe, 27tk aad
HON. S. B. TURNER, -REPUBLICAN
CANDIDATE FOR RE
ELECTION TO THEUySIS
LATURE PROHTHE P1RST
SENATORIAL- .DISTRICT OF
Hon. S. By Turner, -who seemingly
came into this world -under A lucky
stir, has served threc3ermT In the
Legislature of this state, without ihe
slightest interruption, and: the chances
are that he will, serve three more
terms before anyone, "will be, strong
enough to run-into'hna headforemost
and knock him off of the main Legis
lative track. ' ' .'- J
All of the terras' Mr, Turner has-
served at Springfield, m- the Lower
House of the Legislature, ne has been
a hard worker 4Jr his constituents
and for all the people of the state of
Illinois and he has brought forth sev
eral -measures -which have beeq of
real benefit to the people.
On, Thursday evening Nov. .2, he
gave a .grand reception at tne oia
Olivet Baptist Church, 27th and Dear
born streets. In honor of Tns thousands
of friends. Many of the judges of
the various courts In this city and
count attended the pleasant affair,
anal everybody present greatly en
joyed themselves and one "and all de
clared that alrt Turner made a tip-top
post, and that for the fourth time Tie
will be re-elected 'to the Legislature
from the Fjrst-SenaWriar District -of
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. VOTE TWICE
HON- CHARLES S. PETERSON
RepnbScan Caaat&te for die Ofice ol
Pradtot aad MesaW Board 'of '
Cocay 'Ctiiwii'iiitOBers of
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Hon.Cir)eS;S Peterson, Repub
llaackadliate for the otSce of Presj
denrkS3l4Cember Board of County1
Coswitseers,?rJis "born In DaglcjseHj
Swofae io. America- -when four
teen years old and has made his home
in Chicago since that--thnc Serving
m"s trade as a printer, he later went
into business for himself and is now
president of the "Peterson Linotyping
Company, the Regan-Printing House,
and the G. D. Steers Bindery, all -an
d one matiagemeat- ilc Peterson
is one of the foremost and most sc-
cessful-tSosiness men in Chicago: Both
men -and women can vote" twice for
mm oa Tuesday Nov- 7th, at general
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THE LATE JOHN J, BRADLEY
'Who honorably served his country as United States Marshal
''forthe'JNorthern District of Illinois during the World War
for Democracy. For more than twenty years he was one.
': of the warmest friends of the Editor of this newspaper.
May his soul rest in peace for all time to come.
SCARFS IN FAVOR
in m hi
Charming-Accessory Is Easy to
i Make at Home.-
Juct Matter ef Choosing Right Mate
.. rial and Putting Together In
: the Right Way.
Ikt yoa.posess enough scarfs? They
:are la -"particular favor Just now and
ftf Ilea fcavart: all joo. wamVby all"
wjban go to wort and make sbme
' more. For making them Isn't a dluV
calt thing to do. And It Isn't an ex
pensive thing to do, either. It Is just
a matter of choosing the right mate
rials'aiid potting them together In the
Of course, the simplest sort of scarf
for evening 'Is Just the strip of tulle.
This need not be finished In any way.
It comes in different widths. The one
a. yard and a half wide Is a good, one'
to choose.. Get three-quarters of a
yard for a scarf. Three-quarters As
the width, of course, and the yard and
a half Is the length.
Yog can put a big tasser on each
aid ef a length of tulle to make a
tittle sore elaborate scarf. Silver and
gilt tassels come at all sorts of prices
three or four dollars for the big
oaes, 50 cents for the smaller ones,
and as little as 25 cents for the very
if yes waat something more elabo
rate still yes can buy a strip of velvet
brecaded chiffon act? hem all Its edges;
or edce them, shawl-wise, with fringe.
XMs -stakes as especially pretty scarf;
partkralarly Just now. when Spanish
jfeawte are te-vogue.
Tbea then are those tled-and-dyed
scarfs. To, stake them get a length,'
at erepe-de chine or other thin . sWr
fafcrie, aad' kaot the ends or else He
aMBwKh a strip of white rag. Then
lawaerse the scarf In some dye orange
sr scarlet xray or Woe. Use a cream
pr wfctte oc ecru fabric for the founda-
tiea. Then when tne scan is ayea
will be as Irregular band at the
where It was tied or bound of
she-erittosi color, The wavy lines.
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HON. CARL R. CHINDBLOM"
Republican CoagressaiaB Who Will Be Re-Elected to the Lewer
House of Ceagress from the Tenth Ceagresieaal Dittrict ef
Illinois.' He Worked, Voted, and Made Speeches ia Favor ef
the Passage of the Dyer Aati-Lyacli BUI. HU Naase Ap
pears Upoa the Honor Roll ha Another Celtiaa ef-Thk News
paper. The Colored Voters m His District Mast Standi By
Him. oa Tuesday, Nbreaaher 7.
Far.Maay Yean, He Serred a ,
&.KrrTZ jrr - ?:
jslawMt xe fas State. rAt
the Preeeat Taae, He Is the
1Rewlar Peats cratic Caadi
.( far State Seaater freaa
ti lltk Seaaterial Dktrict
PANK J. RYAM, OKMOCFATIC
ATOR FOM TldC 11TK MKA
TORIAL DITMCT. .
WIHey Xewis' was-selected as one
.1 t k!.at. amfm j... t I.I . S iVt
'IPi (U J1U19U1UU,UU, UK . uu-
mental more tnan au oiners in pnasg
the late John "W. Hardy oa the pofiee
ferce kt the Tows of lake.
Therefore,, hi. has" always been
friendly inclined toward colored' .see-
eat of the Water PJee ;EteSm bh
def Mayor Caker Jawtw sa., , He
was oae ot tae krsr lawicwi m we
old Towa ef'-liai ,'
Mr. Eyaa, feijnavsynria,ae
past, served as "a saesseer .. Law
cr House. Bt sirred as McwteaVpte aad no doabt that many of tfcea
w31 refc-'for his oa Taesday, Ne-
"He is tt'ntrer bf a tate ole
tilimmi Rale for Chkage; -Per-
iaaice F. Kivanagli
. DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR
JT--iT-'K-r. .J .- -
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-, rv . ELECTION TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 7. ll 922TH
Democratic Candidate. or
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Sanitary District df Chicago
. , ELECTION NOVEMBER 7, 1924. .
vote for ;vy: ' :ri
:iMderman U. S. Sch&drS'
. . Democratic Candidate for Member of ""'$ ' s"
Board of Review 1" . ,
OF COOK COUNTY .T t -;
ELECTION NOVEMBER 7, 1922 , -
"Aid. ScLwarta's record isjurcs justice ia tajcation" "k.
Repablican Candidate for
Sth Nam oa Ballot
ELECTION DAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1922
Wifliam E. Helander
Aulitant Probatr Judfe of Cook County
REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE FOR
Judge of the Municipal Court
(New Six Yr Term)
. ELECTION TUESDAY, NOV. 7, 1922
I , VOTE FOR
Democratic Candidate For
Member Board of Assessors Cook County
ELECTION NOVEMBER 7, 1922
vTHE REGULAR DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE -For
President Board of County Comriussioners
ANTON J. CERMAK
and for Member of County Commissioners
v ANTON J. CERMAK
ELECTION TUESDAY, NOV. 7, 1922
Cherry Tree Gcod Producer.
A du.',"ry tree ut Sl.tlnsbonrne, Kent,
England, wblch still bears fr lit, was
planted hi tlnjvlcn of Ilenry vnx
Esiisseratlun Is a blood relative to
falsehood and nearly as bhtmable.
A Kansas Standard.
A wise man never stands bat In the
rain or opens a mllfc bottle with bis
thumb, Topeka Capital.
Speech snd Knawledfs.
Day unto day nttereth speech, aad
sight nnto night showethknowleas.
' Frpa Ha Tough Sklru
.' Frog sua. roakes'the toughest leath
er.' known in proportion to Its thick.
1 " " QuiteCEvident.
. Professor who says here Is no limit
to Mce" never worked on .anew
oaper. Wall Street JonrnaL
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';' Better Late Than Never. '
A bricklayer of Bristol, morethaa.
'seventy years old." has fnst. retired
from .his trade, and started a market
garden. Surely, this Is rather late la
life to start work: -Passing Show. - -"
Where Custom Rules;
- Meri commonly think according te
their inclinations, speak: according: W
their learning and imbibed, oplntoas;
bat generally act according to custeas.
Trascls Bacon. ''
Ns Time for Reflectlsn.
French anglers are XL'acing a tlay
aslrror 'jast'behs4 thebalt; the lea
Is sapposed to; aistake 4ts ows. jaage
ibr aaother fish, and thus to bejmrrteg
lato ssnateelng the hook. Scleatic
The' ilttlr Island of Leysas; Herta
west of Hairall, used to be white wkh
(ae efefof sea fowl whemlQlSue, Jap
aacgp poachers alaaghtered. 300XX e
tke Mrds Tot their feathers. ,
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. -Editor and Pablahav "."5 '
DR4 saVfA. MAJOR ut
f -November: 4. 1922 .- -
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