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HENRY F. DONOVAN, Editor snd Publisher
Entrd a Efond Clan MMtfr October
11. 11(9. at the l"ot Offlc at Chlcaco, Illi
nois. inJr AC -I .March I. 1S7
ES-rn 1SHED OCTOBER 5, 1839
sorporalnl Vu&er the Laws of Illinois.
Vounded by HKNlir 1 DONOVAN.
Th Chicago Eagle, a newspaper
for all classes of readers, la devoted
to National, State and Local Pol
itical to the publication of Mu
nicipal, State, County and San
itary District news) to comment
en people In public life) to clean
Baseball and Sports, and to the
publication of General Information
of Public Interest, Financial, Com
mercial and Political.
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1918.
Law and order undcrllo nil Invest
ments. It life and person aro InBccuro
everything clso Is In dangor. That Is
the reason why tho French poet wrote
"Thcro Is only ono Future that of our
Thero Is only ono Foresight Our
Thoro is only ono Economy Our
No matter how many farm mort
gages you may havo; no matter how
many skyscrapers you may own; no
matter how many flat buildings you
may havo for rent, or how many fac
tories you may bo operating every
Investment you havo rests on tho sov
ereignty of tho United States of Amer
ica. Tho slightest danger that con
fronts the United States acts as a de
preciation of every plcco of proporty
you own. Your farm Is valuablo to
you becauso tho United Stntos of
America has enacted laws which In
sure your right to tho feo and titlo of
your land. Anything that weakens
tho authority of tho United States
weakens your hold on your farm. Any
thing that chcapons tho United States
of America in tho eyes of nations
cheapens all tho investments you
havo. Anything that tends to bring
tho nation into subjection to foreign
powers tends to bring your Invest
ments to a position of dangor.
Every shrewd Investor ovory "vvlsa
Xroporty owner overy sano wirklng
man known that tho safety of all per
sons and of all property in tho United
States rests on tho safety of tho
United Statos as a sovereign power.
If tho United States is lost ovory dol
lar of our Invested capital Is de
preciated or entirely wipod out.
Wo aro engaged at tho prosont timo
In a desperato war. Tho Issuo is our
right to remain "freo and Independ
ent." If tho military tyrant of Europo
beats us wo must bo Ills vassals and
his slaves. To whip him and retain
our liberty and to insure our independ
ence, wo must win a comploto victory
over Germany. If wo fall our mort
gages and flats nro worthless.
The moral is: INVEST IN LIB
ERTY BONDS nnd WIN tho WAR!
WHAT YOUR MONEY WILL DO FOR
YOUR FIGHTING FORCES.
Hero's what your JCO bond will buy:
Troncli knives for a rlflo company.
Twenty-three hand grenades.
Fourteen rifle grenades.
Thlrtccon cases of surgical instru
ments for enlisted men's bolts.
Ten cases of surgical instruments
tor officer's belts.
What a $100 bond will do:
Clotho a soldier.
Feed a soldlor for eight months.
Provide five rllles.
Provide thirty rlfio grenades.
Provldo forty-three hand grenades.
Provide twenty-flvo pounds of ether
Buy 111 hot water bags.
Buy 2000 surgical needles.
Hero's what your $500 will furnish:
Hirycles for the headquarter com
pany of an infantry regiment
What a $1,000 bond will do:
Buy ono X-Iloy apparatus outfit op
erating instruments for a baeo hos
pital. Furnish pistols for all men in a rlflo
Buy ono rolling kitchen (motor).
Provldo eight ration carts.
L. B. Kllbourne, manager of the bub
tor and egg department of the big
South Water street house of C. H.
Weaver & Co., Is very popular witfc
everybody In and out of the trade.
He Is one of the best posted men in
Well Known Manufacturer of Amerlo
MICHIGAN TAX CROOKS
More Suits Filed in Van Burcn
County, Michigan, to Remove
Cloud3 on Titles Than in Any
Other County in the United
Land Sharks and Others So Bold In
Their Juggling of Books and De
scriptions That Uncle 8am
May Get Them.
Thcro aro moro suits filed in tho
courts of Van Burcn County, Michi
gan, to romovo clouds from land titles
than thoro nro filed for that purposo
in any other county In tho Unltod
States, including thoso containing tho
largest cities In tho country.
Thcro havo been moro professional
land thieves at work In Van Burcn
County than in nny other county In
tho United States, nnd thoy nro still
Men connected with ccrtnin lines
of business nnd using ofllclals elected
In somo townships as tholr tools aro
ongagod nil of tho tlmo In clouding
tho titles of honest and bona fldo land
This fact has dono moro to keop tho
county back than nny othor thing.
Tho bad nnmo glvon to this part of
tho Stato of Michigan by tho land
crooks ia bocoming a by-word through
out tho nation.
Many of theso crooks claim land
on tho strongth of tax titles ob
tained nftor tho rightful ownors had
paid tho taxes through Juggling of
descriptions and tax books.
Efforts nro to bo mndo to roach
somo of them through Federal notion,
as tho peculiar hold thoy havo on local
authorities precludes hopo of reform
in that direction.
Victims of theso bands of crooks
aro advised that if thoy llvo outsldo
of Michigan thoy can bring null
against ofllclals, backers, brokers or
others who dnmago thorn or tholr in
terests In tho U. S. courts.
Tho citizens of Van Burcn County
should wako up to tho situation nnd
rotlro thoso gratters to tho ponttcn
tlary or to somo othor placo whoro
tholr public records cannot injura tho
Van Buror. County Is naturally rich
In soil, dollghtful in cltmato and geo
graphically ideal for success in ovory
Its prospects hnvo been blighted.
Tho testimony of all outsldo pcoplo
who havo Invested thoro is that thoy
havo been skinned nnd bothorod by
tho land shark Byndicnto.
Albert Zel, In addition to handling
the finest ollvo oil in tho world, from
tho provlnco of Lucca, in Italy, also
handles tho finest wines from the
Tuscan vlnoyards. Tho finest wJnos
from Tuscnny, Italy, nro tho Chlunt!
wines, long famous for tholr good
qualities. These, and in fact all of
tho oil and wines handled by Mr. Zel
at 440 Orleans streot, aro worthy of
all praise. His father, Gulsoppe Zel,
lives in Tuscany, Italy, and raises on
his extensive property all of the oil
and wine imported from there by Al
Colonol William Portor Adams, tho
well-known Chicago manufacturer and
head of tho great Adams & Eltlng
Company, Is ono of tho most highly
rospectod business men In Chicago.
Ho Is ono of n fnmous Massachusetts
family, being distantly rolatod to tho
family which gavo two Adamses tho
presidency of tho United Statos.
Colonol Adams himself was born at
Cambrldgoport, Mass., December 20,
18C3. Ho has long boon Identified with
military organizations, commencing in
tho Cadet Corps of tho Twonty-thlrd
Brooklyn regiment, sorvlng as n lieu
tonant In tho Thirteenth Now York
nnd as Colonol of tho famous order of
tho Old Guard. Ho Is n mombor of
tho Sons of tho Rovolutlon, Society of
the War of 1812 nnd tho Society of
Colonial Wars. Ho Is n well-known
member of tho leading clubs of Chi
cago, Including tho Chicago Athletic
and tho Hamilton clubs. Ho Is also a
member of tho Minneapolis Commer
cial Club. Colonel Adams Is respected
and popular with nil who know him.
Ho has been mentioned for mayor of
Chicago, and although not a candldato
for any offlco, would mako an idoal
Clarence S. narrow is always the
friend of the poor and the downtrod
den and no one stands higher at the
an Steel Water Circulated Fire Walls.
Many Republicans talk of Isaac N
Powoll as tho noxt nominee of that
pnrty for mayor.
Ho served a term us city treasurer
with distinction nnd hns hold othor
prominent offices, nnd In ovory public
position ho has coino out moro popu
lar with tho pcoplo than when ho wont
Emll Longhl, tho popular proprie
tor of tho justly famous Italian &
Creole Products Company nt 1518-20
South Wabash avonuo, has built up a
great reputation in tho business world
on account of tho oxcollcnco of tho
ollvo oil and flno Importod wlnoi
bandied by his house.
Tho William Schrlddo company, at
358 West Madison streot, rooms C17
to 619, aro Chicago's foremost manu
facturers of medals, trophies and
badges. Thoy nro tho most noted
makors of prlzo cups wost of Now
York. Somo of tho finest prizes ovor
given In athletic and othor competi
tions havo boon mado by thorn.
Anchor Brothers, tho v. oil known
moving plcturo theater owuors, havo
purchased tho old Intor-Ocoan build
ing at Dearborn and Monroo strcots
and will oroct n magnificent theater
on tho site. .It will soat 3,000 pooplo
and will bo tho socond largest thoater
In Chicago tho Auditorium nlono ex
ceeding it in slzo.
J. II. Dick, Chicago's famous doalor
In trunks nnd traveling bags, has
boon nt tho onmo location, C45 Wost
Madison streot for thirty-two years.
If you want real values In thoso most
necessary nrtlclos glvo him a call.
You will bo well pleased If you do
OB Dick's trunks and traveling bags
nro tho best on tho markot.
Congressman Thomas Gallagher of
Chicago Is one of the most Influential
men In Washington.
Benjamin F. RlCHc-Ison, the well
known lawyer, has met with deterred
uocess and has a host of friend.
Otto Ruotor, ownor of tho big nnd
old established real cstato business
of W. F. Kaiser & Company, for a
long timo, hnB changed tho namo of
tho firm to O. lluetor & Co. Thoy will
contlnuo business nt GO Wost Wash
ington street, in tho olllcos thoy havo
Judge John sarton Payne makes a
splendid President of tho South Park
Virgil C. Wobstor, CaHhlor of tho
Illinois Stnto Bank, locntod nt tho
corner of Clark and Klnzlo streets,
stands high with tho business nnd
financial Interests of Chicago. Ho is
ono of tho rising young men of tho
city and his dovotlon to his duties
nnd courteous treatmont of ovoiy
body hns mado for him a largo num
bor of friends.
Patrick J. can is making a good
record as trustee of the Sanitary Dis
trict of Chicago.
Tho Blrk Brothers Browing Com
pany hns earned fnmo by Its splendid
products. Its beors aro tho finest and
Its ofllclals tho most nttontlvo to tho
wants of Its customers.
W. S. Tothlll is in groat favor with
park ofllclals and tho genornl public
on account of tho uniform satisfaction
that tho big concern of which ho is
tho bond, renders in tholr supply of
playground apparatus. Tothlll's out
put ia cortnlnly up-todato and of tho
boBt In ovory particular as tho happy
children who uso It can testify,
William H. Bakor mado a good rec
ord on tho Sanitary Board.
John T. Murray, tne well known and
popular lawyer, would make a good
Judge William E. Dover Is making
a splendid record on the Appollate
M m, Idiep
HELPS INSPIRE PATRIOTISM
About 200,000 schoolteachers
hnvo boon receiving nn Intcnslvo
course of patrlotlcm this summer at the
"teachcr.V Pluttsburgs" organized by
the Nntlonnl .Security league
No woman hns taken u keener In
terest In the patriotic form of edu
cation or participated nioro actively
in It than Mrs. Tlioinn J. Preston, Jr.,
formerly Mrs. Grovor Cleveland. Mrs.
Preston In KPcietnry of tho Security
league's committee on patriotism
through education, nnd hns spent
ninny months lit helping to set on foot
the plnn of "teachers' Plnttsliurgs"
now in operation.
Mrs. Preston has n ery definite
Idea of the quality of patriotic teach
ing which should bo disseminated
through these leaching "camps," nnd
recently expressed them In tho follow
"Wo en n win this war If Amerlcn
can bo held ntcntlfiiRt ami unwaver
ing, and the teachers, of tho country can do n great woik in holding her stead
fast. In tho crises that are ahead of us thero Is still great dnnjjer that tho
pacifists and pro-Germans may stampede public opinion in favor of an un
righteous pence. Nothing can nvert this tcrrlblo peril but n thorough ground
ing In the truth.
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MaJ. Geu. itnhci'l Lee Billiard,
now rommanilliig the Second corps, Is
believed to lie the Anieilcnii olllcer
who refused to accept even temporary
defeat when the (leriiiims crossed tho
Mnrno July 15. He launched a counter-attack
trout nny to the advice of the
French coiiiiiiiiiiiIIiik general and
smashed the l.iilser'H forces In tho
bend of tho rUer east of Chateau
Thierry, so npse'ttlng their plan to
seize the plateau south of the .Manic.
General Bullard was born In
Youngsboro, Ala., January 15, 1SU1,
and was ginduuted from West Point
In 18S5. In tho Spanish-American war
ho was a major of an independent bat
talion of Alabama Hildlcrs. Ho comes
of an old North Carolina family of
lighters. Ills people are Scotch-Irish
General Bullard's energy and
ability wero shown In guarding the
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nnd thcro Is nn doubt that the activity
Donicr hi tiitt late .Mexican trouble,
nun .iiiiriii.il. in ma tiuirviiiiii uy i-ersnuig lor serMCt) in rnince.
o iHiiuuiiuu tor a iiioii in uerlln.
wliero ho assisted Ambassador Gorard In disposing of diplomatic questions
and where ho proved an Invaluable aid to Mr. Gerard, whoso zeal was in
borne Instnnces greater tlmn his experlenco In dlplomncy.
Mr. Garrett also hold n number of diplomatic posts In South America, tho
most Important of which was the olllco of Americnn minister to Buenos Aires.
BRITAIN'S FOOD CONTROLLER
J. R. Clynes, a former labor lend
cr, who was trained under tho Into
Lord Rhonddn, food controller of Great
Britain, has stepped Into tho pluco
which literally worked his superior to
Mr. Clynes went to tho food min
istry to look after tho interests of tho
consumer. No labor leader Is more
absorbed by tho deslro to hervo his
class. His ono insistent deslro has
been to soo that tho pool" had their
full and proper shoro of tho notion's
food. Working with Lord Ithonddn,
ho bus seen that end attained. Ho has
helped to kill profiteering by reason
ableness. Tho consumer calls him
blessed, but tho trader holds hlin Jn
high esteem. The llttlo gruy man
knows men. no has tho statesman
like gift of management.
Mr. Clynes comes from Oldham,
and ho Is Just under lift, HoVwns
secretory of tho Lancasblro district of
tho National Union of General Workers,
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Rnbbl Stephen S. Wise of the
Free synagogue, New York, who hns
been working In the shipyards of tho
Ludcrs Marine Construction compnny
nt Stamford, Conn., was obliged to quit
his Job owing to pressure of personnl
business. During his last noon hour,
while still wearing his workman's
clothes, he gathered his fellow labor
ers In front of a platform, mado them
a patriotic speech, and guvo his wages
to the local Red Cross.
Rabbi Wise In Ids leave-taking
speech snld that aside from his desire
to help the government In turning out
Milps he had been actuated by three
motives In walking In the shipyards;
Mint, because lie and his wife had been
urging their son to take such n place
and ho wanted to set him a good ex
ample; second; he wanted to know the
worklngman, and third, ho hoped that
ills example would be followed by oth
er men throughout the country. There
who should so employ their vacations,
ho displayed there from 1010 to 1017
John W. Garrett of Baltlmoro will
bo tho chairman of a commission to
bo sent by this government to Switzer
land to meet a similar commission
appointed by tho German government
for the exchnngo and tho care of pris
oners taken by tho troops of each nn
tlon during the present war.
Mr. Garrett Is at present nt Tho
Hnguo ns Americnn minister to Hol
land. Ho bus had a long nnd dlstln
gulhhed diplomatic career, both undor
tho Tnft administration and under tho
present Democratic administration.
When tho present war broke out and
long before tho United States took
part In It, Mr. Garrett, at tho request
of President Wilson, went to Paris,
where ho assisted Ambassador Sharp
In caring for tho Americans who wero
there, nnd in various other dcllcnto
diplomatic tasks Intrusted to tlio
American ombnbsy. Mr. Garrett also
and o en the food ministry bus not
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COLONEL AUGUST W. MILLER,
Popular Clerk of the Circuit Court,
Charles W. Deublcr, tho genial and
popular proprietor of tho Justly fam
ous Old Qulncy No. 9, Randolph and
La Sallo strcots, which is patronized
by tho best pooplo of this city, is not
only ono of Chicago's first citizens but
is ono of her most succossful busi
ness mon who has contributed large
ly to tho upbuilding of Chicago.
AdolpaKraus is always in tae lead !
every movement for the betterment
of condtttoM t
John Powers nas always served the
people well as alderman from the
Tho strongest Domocrnt In tho flold
for tho nomination for City Treasurer
noxt spring Is Josoph Rushkewlcz, tho
present popular Assistant City Treas
urer. Mr. Rushkowlcz has tho good
will and ostoom of all factions of tho
Domocratlc party, stands high In tho
business community and Is respected
by every class of voters.
Lawrcnco Williams, tho president
of tho big Oliver Typewriter Com
pany, is ono of thoso public-spirited
men who havo been tho making of
Chicago's greatness. Mr. Williams Is
noted for his progresslvcnss nnd his
bulncss ability is attested by tho suc
cess of tho great concorn of which ho
Is tlio bond.
Judge Thomas F. Scully has mado
good as Judgo of tho County Court.
Ills administration has boon freo
from scandal and has been forceful
and usoful to tho pcoplo. Tho elec
tions havo boon conducted undor his
administration in n manner satisfac
tory to men of all parties, and tho
manifold duties of this responsible
position havo bcon faithfully per
formed by Judgo Scully so woll and so
porfoctly that votors gonorally bcllovo
that ho Is entitled to a ro-olcctlon.
Otto Rico, tho popular socretary and
manager of tho Quick Sorvico Laun
dry Company, would mako a splendid
West Park commissioner. He Is pub
lic spirited and popular, and has tho
good wishes of bis fellow citizens.
John B. Knight or 72 West Wash
ington street Is one of the leaders In
the roal estate world.
Gus A. Borkes for many years pro
prietor of tho North Sido Turner Hall
Is now distributor for Pom-Roy, a pure
npplo wino of tho Champagno typo.
As usual ho Is making a big success.
F. II. Seubold, D. C, ono of tho
most prominent chiropractors in Chi
cago, offers to treat all soldiers and
sailors suffering from sciatica, rheu
matism, or kindred ailments freo of
charge. His ofllco is In tho Stovens
building, 17 North Stato street.
Q. J. Chott, the well known lawyer,
who made a good record on the Jus
tice bench, would make a good Munic
lleport of tho condition of
MECHANICS AND TRADERS
STATE BANK .
Located nt CIiIcuko, fituto of Illinois, lie
foro tlio commencement of liuslncsa on
tlio 3rd iln.v of Heptombcr. 1918, ns mmlu
to tho Auditor of IMblla AeconntH of tho
Stnto of Illinois, pursuant to law,
1. Ijoans anil discounts $1,228,874,87
2. Overdrafts Gll.ua
4. Investments 437,055.17
Fnrnltiuo and llxturos 727,70
C. Cash and duo from banks.. C01.07S.32
Total resources $2,101,371.88
1. Capital stock paid la 200,000.00
2. KuinltiH fund 50,000.00
3. I'ndiMdcd profits (net).... 2S.493.81
All other deposits 1,811,827.90
C. Itcservcd for taxes and In-
8. Dills payablo and redis
counts C5, 000,60
9. Other liabilities Itcservcd
for dividends nnd suroty
Total liabilities ,2,1G!,374.99
I, Norton F. Stone. Cashier of tho Me
chanics' nnd Traders' Stato Dank, do sol
emnly swear that tlio above statement Is
truo to the best of my knowledgo and
NORTON V, STONE,
State of Illinois, County of Cook, ss.
Subscribed nnd Bwom to before mo this
7tli day of September, 1918.
I . .. ARTHUR A. ALDINQKn.
I (Seal.) Notary Public.
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THE CMM0N COUNCIL
Wvft List of Aldermen Compos-
iC the Governing Body of
the City of Chicago.
Following are the names of the al
dermen composing the City Council:
1 John J. Coughlln Dom.
Michael Kcnna Dom.
2 Itobert II. Jackson Rop.
Louis D. Andorson Rop.
3 U. S. Schwartz Dem.
Qcorgo F. lllff Dom.
4 John A. Rlchort Dom.
David R. Hlckoy Dem,
C Robert J. Mulcahr Dem.
Josoph D. McDonough Dem.
6 Willis O. Nanco Rep.
A. A. McCormlck Rop.
1 Guy Guernsey Rep.
William R. Fotzor Rep.
8 Martin S. Funnan Dem.
Ross A. Woodhull Dom.
0 Sheldon W. Govlor Dem.
Charles V. Johnson Soc.
10 - James McNlchols Dom.
Frank Klaus Dom.
11 Herman Krumdlck Dem.
E. F. Cullerton... Dom.
12 Josoph I. Novak Dom.
Otto Korner Dem.
13 John G. Homo Dem.
Thomas J. Ahorn Dem.
14 Josoph II. Smith Dem.
jGoorgo M. Maypole...., -'..pen
1G Oscar H. Olson Re
Edward J. Kalndl
1C John A. Plotrowskl....
Stanley II. Kunz
17 S: S. Walkowlak Den
Stanley Atlamklowlcz Dom.
18 M. F. Kavanagh Dom.
John J, Tuohy Dom.
19 James D. Dowlor Dom.
John Powors Dom.
20 Matt Franz Dom,
Henry L. Flck Dom.
21 Earl J. Walker Rep.
Robort II. McCormlck Rep.
-John H. Daulor Dom.
William P. Ellison Dom.
23 Waltor P. Stoffcn Rop.
Thomas O. Wallace Rop.
24 John Hadorloln Dem.
Frank F. Rocdnr Dem.
25 Frank J, Link Rep.
Honry D. Capltaln Rep.
2C G eorgo Pretzel Rep.
William F. Llpps Rep.
27 Oliver L. Watson Rep.
John O. Kennedy Soc.
28 Max Adamowskl Dem.
Harry E. Littler Rop.
29 Thomas F. Byrno Dem.
John Hrubcc Rop.
30 William R. OToole Dem.
Wm. J. Lynch Dem.
31 Terronco F. Moran Dem.
James A. Long Dem.
32 John H. Lylo Rep.
Albert J, Fisher Rep.
33 Albert O. Andorson Rop.
Irwin R. Hazen Rep.
34 John Toman Dem.
Josoph O, Kostner Dem.
3D 'Thomas J. Lynch Dec
John S. Clark
if you wish
for a brand new
The price now is only
$49 instead of $100.
This 51 per cent sav
ing comes through new
economical sales plans
and vastly increased
Over 600,000 Olivers sold.
If any typewriter is worth
$100, it is this splendid new
Telephone today. Randolph 500.
A representative wilt show you
an Oliver Nine and give full de
tails without obligation to you.
Tho Oliver Typewriter .Company
13-22 Oliver Typawrlttr Bide, ChlMfo
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