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THE CHICAGO EAGLE.
Jtard fromtht Vtrioui Camps
During tht Wcik About
Mm Prominint in
What the Leaden Are Doing and
What People Have to Say
Don't forget to vote noxt Tuesday.
The Joseph F. Connery Real Estate)
Men's Club has been. organized with
a membership of 500 men connected
with real estate agencies In the city.
Mr. Connery, Democratic nominee for
County Recorder, Is Indorsed because
of ,the fact that he Is the only expert
enced real estate man on the ballot
and because of his experience In the
handling of real estate.
Vote for Fred W. Blockl for member
of the Board of Review.
Patrick H. O'Donnell, the eloquent
Chicago lawyer, was the most popular
speaker the Taft peoplo had in Indi
ana. Mr. O'Donnell addressed two of
the largest meetings held In Indian
apolis. Vote for Peter M. Hoffman for coro
ner. A committee of three lawyers havo
decided "that in their opinion A. A.
McCormlck Is eligible to servo as
President of the County Board." But
the people go by what the state con
stitution says and not by what any
coterie of attorneys say.
Joseph F. Connery, business man
rand public spirited citizen, should bo
Voto for Josoph C. Dlaha for state
representative In tho Nineteenth dis
trict. The Amusement Protective league,
-mado up of actors, musicians, exhlb-
Vincent & Bradley
Th Roolcvry, Ghleago
Adams A. Goodrich
William A. Vincent
Ralph R Bradley
ROSS G. HALL
IBOa Aablasul Black
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Telephone Randolph 2037
ATTORNEY AT LAW
First National Bark Building, Chicago
Telephone Central 960.
L D. Condee
COUNSELOR AT LAW
35 North Dearborn St.
Sniei Edward Jilistin
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itors and operators of motion pictures,
and affiliated organizations, has In
dorsed the candidacy of Edward F.
Dunne, Democratic nominee for gov
In a letter, signed by Joseph Mopp,
president, and Al J. Flynn, secretary,
sent out to its members, Judge Dunne
is styled "a man with moral courage
and an undaunted supporter of right
and fair play."
Members are asked to persuade
their friends to help eloct him.
Vote for Joseph E. Dldwlll, Jr., for
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
One good turn deserves another.
Vote for Joseph E: Dldwlll, Jr., for
Voto for John E. Malonoy for coun
Joseph 8. La Buy, tho ablo lawyer
and Democratic candidate for Munic
ipal Judge, said In a speech the other
"Instead of making the Municipal
court a place whore the poor man
could obtain Justlco at once," said Mr.
La Buy, "Mr. Olson as chief justice
and his Republican associates have
made the now court ono of the most
expensive courts in the country.
"It Is true that the court has paid
Its expenses, but It has been at the
expense of tho poor man and the
widow with little or no means."
Voto to re-elect honest Joseph E.
Bidwlll, Jr., Clerk of the Circuit
Vote for James M. Dailcy for San
Josoph F. Connery, Democratic can
didate for Recorder, has been endorsed
by the Chauffeurs' union, tho Plumb
ers' union, tho Steamfltters and Help
ers' association, and the Marblo Set
Vote for Peter Bartzen for president
of tho County Board and for member
of the board.
Members of tho Bricklayers and
Stone Masons' Union aro making a
vigorous campaign for Poter Bartzen,
candidate for president of the County
Board. Committees are visiting other
organizations nightly In his Interest.
Ju Htmiltin Uwis
CtunercM NKHtH Ink Ktff.
Pasae Central ail
Lowet & Richards
Attorneys at Law
127 N. Daarbora St
Clark and Monro Street
TeUfcaae Central 4111
G. E. CRUIKSHANK
Attorney at Law
Telephone Central 618
Asa G. Adams
76 Wftft Monro Street
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"The bricklayers are for old Peter
Bartzen, said Petor M, Shaughnes
sey, president of the Bricklayers and
Stonemasons' Union. "He was a mem
ber of our union for many years.
Hundreds of our old members have
worked on the same wall with Bart
zen, and they know him through and
through. They know that his heart
Is with the 'under dog'; that his help
has brought happiness to many a
poor family, and that ho Is absolutely
sincere in his efforts to better tho
conditions In tho county Institutions.
He Is on the square."
Vote for Charles Krutckoff for coun
Tho big nrmy or friends of Stephen
A. Malato are working like trojans
to place that ablo and talented attor
ney on tho Municipal bench. His elec
tion looks certain.
Vote for Joseph F. Connery for
Recorder of Deeds.
Vote for William E. Mason for con-grcssman-at-large.
Josoph F. Connery will make an
ideal Recorder. Vote for him.
Peter Bartzen In a meeting nt Ste
gcr, HI., characterized the attacks
made on htm by Julius Roscnwald,
James A. Patten. and Aloxander A.
McCormlck as untrue. Ho said thnt
tho opposition to his candidacy lay
with the Republican press of Chicago
and with the so-called "charity" work
ers, who wero fighting him because
of tho passage of tho widows' pension
fund, which deprived them of money
becauso tho wards of tho county were
not placed In tho institutions In which
they wero interested. Ho reviewed
tho accomplishments of tho present
administration, citing the case whero
through his efforts the county col
lected some $4,000,000 from corpora
tions for back taxes.
Dailcy Is a sure winner for San
Vote for Joseph A. Weber for stato
representative in tho Sixth district.
Honest Peter Bartzen will bo re
elected President of tho County
Edward F. Dunno will bo elected
William D. Munhall
ATTORNEY AT LAW
If 16 Ashland Block
CUrk and Randolph SU.
Telephone Randolph 2321
Crafts & Stevens
Attorneys and Ctunselors
teem I7, 9ia and 910
STOCK EXOHANQE ILDQ.
Tstesasa Mala lilt
Prank II. Novak Charlts W. Novak
NOVAK & NOVAK
Attorneys at Uw
Suite 408, 69 W. Washington St.
7HW. lists It, WmIPsMsui
Christopher L. Flood
ATTQINEV AT UW
Ii2 N.U Salle St., Suite 45
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S. C. HERREN
Pftrtt National auk
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governor of Illinois on the fifth of
November without tiny doubt.
The peoplo are flocking to his sup
port in nil parts of the state and
nothing can beat him.
Governor Deneen has mado many
enemies In his own party and thou
sands of Republicans will voto for
Judge Dunne because they believe
him to be tho best man for the of
fice Voto for Spencer Ward for chief Jus
tlco of the Municipal Court.
The election of Hugh J. Reams' as
Municipal Judge will place on tho
Municipal Court bench a man fitted In
every way to honestly and fearlessly
administer the duties of his position.
Voto for Lynden Evans for Con
gress In tho Ninth district.
Vote for Arthur W. Fulton for Con
gress in tho Sixth district.
Thnt Frank U Fowler wilt be elect
ed to Congress In tho Tenth District
by a big plurality Is the opinion of
everybody who knows conditions in
Vote for Robert 13. Wilson for state
reprcsontatlvo In tho Sixth district.
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ENJAMIN M . MITCHELL,
Practically Unopposed for Re-election to ths Legislature In ths Twenty-first
Rttldancat 131 Belmont Avtnua
Phona Qricaland IIM
JOSEPH A. WEBER
Suite 1214 Ashland Block
Taltphonaa Ctntral 776
Stillman B. Jamieson
Attorney at Law
ARTHUR W. FULTON
1103 ASHLAND BLOCK
Residence 3343 Monroe Street
Telealietie: Office, Central 4368
Residence, Kedzle 6480
TBLBPNONB RANDOLPH 2340
Geo. M. Weichelt
AT L, AW
Suite 506 Ashland Block
Pace Main 4498
QBRAQHTY & CO.
Badge ana Buttons, Muslin
and Oilcloth Signs
1S3 North Lm Salle Street,
,. M-JiU-w tK'tk
posed of members of all electrical
workers' unions and representing
every ward in the city, Indorsed the
candidacy of Edward F. Dunne for
Governor. Fred W. Blockl was de
clared tho candidate of the electrical
workers for tho Board of Review.
Vote for Stephen A. Malato for Mu
Vote for Benjamin M. Mitchell for
stato representative In tho Twenty
Voto for Harry L. Shaver for stato
representative In the Thirty-first dis
trict. Vote for Frank L. Fowler for Con
gress In the Tenth district.
Voto for William J. Staplcton for
stato senator In the Sixth district.
Voto for Walter E. Schmidt for
Voto for John J. McLaughlin for
stato representative In the Nineteenth
Illinois Is duo for a change In Gov
ernors. Vote for Hugh J. Kearns for Munici
Fowler & McDonnell
1444 First Nstlsaal Bask BMf .
Prank L. Powltr Francis A. McDonntll
TUMihiuM I Main WIS..
Norton T. Culver
Attorney at law
839-831 Stock Exchange Building
Ratlaaaca, Ola scoa, 18.
Pbona Franklin 3310
Attorney and Counsellor
154 West Randolph Street
Metropolitan Block, Chicago
La Salle and Randolph Streets
A. A. Woriley
Attorney and Counsellor
No. 179 West Washing tonStree
Telapkeaa 3720 Mala
Some Items of Interest From the
Public Offices About Occur
rences of the Week.
Necessity of nn appropriation for
the city's bureau of flro prevention
and public Bafety wnB pointed out on
Monday by Alderman Albert J.
Alderman Fisher spoko before tho
members of the Knglewood Woman's
Club. Ho estimated that an appro
priation of at least $100,000 should
be mado for tho bureau's work next
"Municipal flro prevention," said
the speaker, "la a great problem. This
bureau, If properly equipped, will pre
vent CO per cent of the present fire
losses. I was told by Flro Marshall
Scyferllch and Assistant Marshal
McDonnell, tho latter chief of the
bureau, to say that every cltlzon
should use his or her efforts to havo
tho city appropriate sulllclcnt money
to get the bureau working next year."
The bureau was created several
months ago. Whatever money is ap
propriated for Its use- next year will
be mado by tho finance committee of
the city council when It considers the
An ordlnanco ghlng Marshall Field
& Co. the right to build two tunnels
untlcr the Washington street side of
Its structuro was recommended for
passage by the Btrcets and alleys com
mlttco of the city council.
As the ordinance was originally
drawn up tho company was given tho
right to construct a tunnel the width
of East Washington street between
Holdcn court and North Wabash nvo
nue. This ordinance, by a tie voto,
failed to pass.
At tho meeting Monday tho meas
ure was amended so as to allow tho
firm to build a tunnel SO feet wide
and a subtunncl under It to bo 20 feet
wide. Keprcscntatlves of Improve
ment associations protested against
tho city giving private corporations
the ubo of the streets underground.
Now rules of tho road will bo do
vised by a subcommittee of two ap
pointed by tho City Council Subcom
mittee on complaints against street
car service. Tho membors of tho
second subcommittee aro Aldermen
Capltaln and Schultz. Alderman Capl
Tain told tho subcommittee on com
plaints yesterday that ono of tho
evils was tho fact that vehicles wero
permitted to stand for long periods
in front of stores.
Vote for Androw Donovan for Con
gress In tho First district.
Voto for Joseph S. La Buy for Mu
Following era the standing com
mittees of the city council:
Finance Rlchert, chairman: Hard
ing, Emerson, Reading, Cermak, Law
ley, Bellfuss, Sltts, Egan, Krumholt,
Llpps, Wilson, Twlgg, Kearns, Ryan
(34) Dem., 9: Rep., 6.
Local transportation Block, chair
man; Rlchert, Carr, Long, SchulU,
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M. M. CONNERY. Proprietor
Best Equipped Garage in Chicago.
Electric Trucks Charged.
Automobile Truck Storage and Gar
age Space for Rent.
The Factory is the Place to Buy
Fur Repairing and Remodeling
at Most Reasonable Prices
GEORGE W. PAULLIN
Fourth Floor Stewart Bldrf. Fourth Floor
N. W. Corner State and Washington St.
Clancy, Healy,; Stewart, Capitate,
Llpps, Hyldahl, Twlgg, Berger, Flak
er, Donshoe Dem., 9; Rep., 0.
Harbors, wharves and bridges Lit
tier, chairman; Kenna, Ryan (4),
Long, Nance, Czekala, Brennan, OeL
ger, Hauler, Hey, Thomson, Emerson,
Holding, Haien, Ryan (34) Dem., 9;
Gas, oil and electric light Cermak,
chairman; Bellfus, Hey, Ryaa (4),.
Sltts, Hoderleln, Long, Walkowlak,
Twlgg, Block, Stewart, Janovsky,
Vavricok, Bowler, Kearns, Dem., 9s
Local Industries Fisher, chairman;
Schultz, Krumholz, Mayer, McDon
ald, Pretzel, Carr, Lawley, Wilson,
Klaus, Sltts, McDermott, Cullsrton,
Scbaeffor, Bergen Dem., 11; Rep 4.
Judiciary legislation, elections an
rules Donahoo, chairman; Utpatel,
KJollander, Hazen, Mayer, Walko
wlak, Capltaln, Toman, Helwlg, Pow
ers, Hyldahl, Bewersdorf, Pitte, Ke
tnerney, Aheara, Bauler, Holding
Dem., 12; Rep., C.
Strcots, alloys, taxation, street
nomenclature Healy, chairman; Mo
Donald, Protzcl, Kenna, Utpatel, Mo
Dermott, Egan, Kunz, Swift, Cross,
Hey, Holding, Klaus, Haderleln, To
man. Dem., 10; Rep., B.
License Ryan (34), chairman;
Cormak, Burns, Norrls, Ahem, Krum
holz, Tearney, Utpatel, Janovsky,
Cross, Bowler, Ryan (4), Vavrloek,
Pltte, Bradsbaw. Dem., 10; Rep., I.
Buildings and city hall Thomson,
chairman; Klaus, Coughlln, Bewers
dorf, K'ellander, Tearney, Carr,
Clancy, Llpps, Helwlg, Walkowlak,
Littler, Swift, Powers, Hyldahl.
Dem., 10; Rep., 6.
Schools, Are, police, civil service
Oelger, chairman; Martin, Czekala,
Toman, Kenna, Helwlg, Burns, Hard
ing, Block, Mayer, Vavrlcek, Mcraer
ney, Rlchert, Bewersdorf, Bradsbaw.
Dem., 11; Rep., 4.
Health Nance, chairman; Culler
ton, Coughlln, Aheara, Schsefer, Nor
rls, Lawley, Pretzel, McDermott,
Tearney, Kunz, Mclnerney, Martin '
Brennan, Bradsbaw. Dem,
Water Wilson, chairman; Kuaa,
Burns, Coughlln, Brennan. Bohaeffer,
Norrls, Powers, Thomson, KJollander,
Egan, Littler, Cross, Stewart, Swift
Dem., 8; Rep., 7.
8peclal park commission Aid. Bell
fuss, chairman; Aldermen Hardies,
Schultz, Capltaln, Bergen, Hasea.
Cullorton, Haderleln, McDonald,
Clancy and Martin; Oscar P. Mayer,
Peter 8. Goodman, Jens Jensen, F. A.
Llndstrand, Samuel J. Rosenblatt, Cy
ril Flala, George Landau, Paul Dray
malskl, the Rev. Julius Rappaport,
Charles H. Rlobter, Charles Book,
Francis T. Simmons, Joseph Donnere
berger, William Kolaeek, Jaaee .
McFatrich, Frank P. Danlsch.
Bathing beaches Aid. Leaf, chair
man; Oelger, Pltte, Healy, Bowler.
Compensation Aid. Reading, chair
man; Ryan (34), Bellfuss, Llpps,
Track elevation Aid. Janovsky,
chairman; Fisher, Emerson, Kearns,
Reading, Donahoe, Bauler, Nance,
ALBERT H. PUTNEY,
Ph. D LL. D.t Dean.