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Head of the Great House
Tho Oliver typewriter la praised by
nil who have used It.
Alderman William P. Ellison of tuo
Twenty-second Ward la ranking n
good record In tlio city council. Tho
pcoplo nro talking about him for
Earl O'Neill, Denecn Republican
candidate for tho Doard of llovlow,
hna been honored by tho organiza
tion of an O'Nell club by 800 membors
of the Chicago Doard of Trade, of
which ho has been a member for -j
years. All tho living cx-prcsldonts of
the board aro enrolled.
James Hurty, of 1000 North Kcd
valo avenue, Is n cundldato for Coun
ty Commissioner on tho Domocrntlo
ticket. Ho has tho backing of tho
Building Trades Council and afflllatcd
locals. Ho Is No. 19 on tho ballot.
With completion of tho canvass of
last weok'M registration of voters,
County Judge Scully announced tho of
ficial figures, showing that 97,0o3
mon and women registered for par
tlclpatlon in tho prlmurles. 1'ollco re
turns showcil 91,108.
Tho popularity of tho Ollvor type
writer Is duo to Its Buportor oxcol
lenco In ovory particular.
Judgo John A. Mahonoy has mado
a lino record on tho Municipal Court
bonch and deserves re-election this
Dixon C. Williams, ono of tho llnest
orators In tho Democratic party Is
growing In popularity. Ho would
mako an Ideal member of congress It
ho would consent to run for tho offlco.
Judgo John Courtney mado a flno
record on tho municipal court bench.
Ho deserves rc-nomlnatlon at tho
Democratic primary Septombcr 11.
W.' J. Schultz, gcnoral managor of
tho Illinois Merchants Protective
League, Is a born leidcr and ono of
tho best posted mon on business con
ditions In Chicago.
George W. PauHIn, tho great Mr
rlor, has mado a buslneoa record for
honebty and Integrity that wins for
htm hosts of friends.
For fine beer, bottled or draught,
call up thfi Homo Brewery. Telephono
Humboldt 9310. AdT.
Claton T. Smith Is a Domocrat
who t-rows In faor every dny. Ho
would mako n good mayor of Chicago
for nil tho pcoplo,
Charles n. Tnornton, the well known
Uwyer, has honored every office ho
er filled from president of the
oard of education to corporation
Tho Now Homa Italian restaurant
at 117 North Clark street, across from
tho county and city bulld.ngs. 13 ono
of tho most popular restaurants In Chi
cago. Under tho nblo management of
Mr. I. Pellagrin! it has built up a great
patronage among the h'-st elans of
John R. Ford, tho chief deputy col
lector of customs, l a most efficient
aid to Collector McNeill.
The Mlchelob CIuk which meeu
at Ohio and Clark street In Bauer
man's splendid rooms Is growing In
membership and power every day.
Field & Co.
CITY COUNCIL STAND
Tho following list of Council Com
mittees was adopted:
Finnnco Ulchort, Schwartz, A. A.
McCormlck, Fotzor, Woodhull, Kornor,
It. II. McCormlck, Cnpltaln, Llpps,
Wntson, Littler, Long, Fishor, Hnzon
Local transportation Cnpltaln,
HIckoy, Nnnco, McNlchols, Smith,
Wnlkowlak, Franz, Hauler, Wallaco,
Llpps, Watson, Dyrno, Long, Fishor,
Hnzcn, Toman and T. J. Lynch
Gns, oil and oloctrlo light T. J.
Lynch, Illff, HIckoy, McDonough,
Nanco, McNlchols, Ahorn, Moypolo,
Wnlkowlak, Uowlor, Walker, Hauler,
Wallaco, Link, Adnmowakl, O'Toolo
Hallway tcrmlnnls Llpps, Konnn,
Schwartz, Fctzor, McNlchols, Homo,
Touhy, Wnlkowlak, Uowlor, Walkor,
Capltaln, Llttlor, Hrubcc, W. J. Lynch
Lacnl Industries Fishor, Hlckor, A.
A. McCormlck, Klaus, Cullorton, No
vak, Ahorn, Smith, Olson, Wnlkor,
Hauler, Protzel, Hruboc, O'Toolo nnd
Harbors, wharves and bridges Lit
tler, Kcnna, Guernsey, Woodhull, Go
vlor, Novnk, Homo, Olson, Knvnnngh,
Powers, Hndorloln, Wallaco, Konnody,
Moran and Hnzcn.
Judiciary Kornor, Coughlln,
Schwnrtz, A. A. McCormlck, Fotzor,
Woodhull, Govlcr, Mnypolo, Knlndl,
Kunz, Powers, Stoffon, Itoodor, Link,
Hruboc, W. J. Lynch, Kostnor.
Stroots nnd nlloya Tomnn, Cough
lln, L. I). Anderson, Mulcahy, Kunz,
Adnmkiowlcz, Touhy, Flck, It. II. Mc
Cormlck, Ellison, Hooder, Konnody, W.
J. Lynch, Lylo, A. O. Andoson.
License Smith, L. D. Andorson, Mul
cahy, Furman, Klaus, Krumdlck, No
vak, Ahorn, Kalndl, Uowlor, Hadcrloln,
Uyrno, O'Toolo, Lylo, Clark.
Buildings and city hall Protzel,
Jnckson, Mulcahy, Guprnsoy, Johnson,
Klaus, Krumdlck, Piotrowski, Kava
nngh, Powers, Franz, Klllson, Adamow.
Schools, flro, pollco and civil scrvlco
Frnnz, Jackson, McDonough, Guom
soy, Johnson, Krumdlck, Horno,
Knlndl, Piotrowski, Adnmkiowlcz,
Touhy, Stoffcn, Konnody, Adnmowakl,
Public henlth Nnnco, Konnn, Mc
Donough, Furmnn, Johnson, Cullorton,
Olson, Kunz, Adnmkiowlcz, Knvanagh,
Flck, Ellison, Pretzel, Moran, A. O.
Track elevation Maypolo, Coughlln,
L. B. Andorson, Illff, Govior, Olson,
Piotrowski, Flck, Hooder.
Compensation Illff, Ilichort, Kor.
nor, It. H. McCormlck, Llpps, Watson,
Moran, Fishor, Toman.
Parks, playgrounds nnd bathing
hoachea Long, JackRon, Furman, Cul
lorton, Hndorloln, Link, Lylo, A. O.
Homo dofonso Kostnar, Illff, Go
vier, Bowlor, Stoffcn, Link, Lylo, To
man, T. J. Lynch.
Francis W. Wanter, me eminent
Uwyer, Is a Chicago product. He hn
lived In this city all of his life.
Collector Smletanca is making a
good record In tho Internal Revenue
MorCenite Clelana, the able former
Judsft, Is a man who Is never afraid
to stand up for what he believes to
Thomas J Webb's 39-cent coffoo Is
n household word.
William F Krahl, President of tho
Krahl Construction Company at 350
North Clark stretSt, la ono of tho most
highly reipoctod builders In tho coun
try. Among tho many great struc
tures erected by him In Chicago may
bo montloned tho now Thompson
Block nt tho southwest comer of
Clark and Kinzio streets ono of tho
moat beautiful buildings In the west.
Department of Trado nnd Commerce,
Director William II. Boys, Strcator,
Assistant Director James S. Bald
win, Docatur; $4,000.
Superintendent of Insurance Frod
W. Pottor, Albion; $5,000.
Flro Marshal John Oambor, Otta
Chief Grain Inspector Walter E.
Schmidt, Chicago; $5,000.
Department of Finance.
Director Omar II. Wright, Bolvl
Assistant Director Everett II.
Tripp, Bolvldoro; $4,200.
Admlnlstrntlvo Auditor Josoph C.
Mason, Chicago; $4,800.
Suporlntendont of Dopnrtmcnt no-
ports A. T. Splvoy, East St. Louis;
Department of Agriculture.
Dlroctor Charles Adklns, Bomont;
Assistant Dlroctor II. II. Parko,
Superintendent of Foods nnd Dairies
John B. Nooman, Elgin; $4,800.
Superintendent of Anlmnl Industry
W. W. Wright, Toulon; $3,C0O.
Chief Vctorlnnrlnn A. T. Peters,
Chief Gnmo nnd Fish Warden
Italph F. Brndford, Pontlao; $3,000.
Department of Labor.
Dlroctor Barney Cohon, Chicago;
Assistant Dlroctor Burt C. Bonn,
Chlof Factory Inspector Robert S.
Jones, Flora; $3,000.
Suporlntendont of Frco Employment
Oiucos W. O. Lowman, Danvlllo;
Chlof Inspector of Prlvnto Employ
ment Agencies John J. McKonnn,
Department of Mines and Minerals.
Dlroctor Evan D. John, Carbon
Assistant Director Martin Bolt,
Department of Public Works and
Dlroctor Lcsllo D. Putorbaugh, Peo
Assistant Dlroctor Thomas G. Von
num, Wntsokn; $4,000.
Superintendent of Waterways Wil
liam L. Sackott, Morris; $5,000.
Suporlntondont of Printing H. L.
Wllllnmson Sprlngflold, $5,000.
Suporlntondont of Purchnses nnd
Supplies Henry II. Kohn, Anna;
Suporlntondont of Hlghwnys S. E.
Brndt, Do Knlb; $5,000.
Suporlntondont of Parks Frank D.
Lowman, Sandwich; $2,500.
Department of Public Welfare.
Dlroctor Chorlos II. Thorno, Chi
Assistant Director James E. Mc
Cluro, Carllnvlllo; $1,000.
Fiscal Supervisor Frank D. Whlpp,
Suporlntendont of Chnrltlcs A. L.
Bowon, Sprlngflold; $5,000.
Suporlntendont of Prisons John L.
Whitman, Chicago; $5,000.
Superintendent of Pardons nnd Pa
roles William Colvln, Sprlngflold;
Department of Health.
Dlroctor Dr. C. St Clair Drako,
Suporlntondont of Lodging Houso
Inspection William H. McCulloch,
Department of Registration and Edu
cation. Dlroctor Francis W. Shopardson,
Suporlntondont of Registration
Frod C. Dodds, Sprlngflold; $4,000.
Chiropractic What It Is.
Chiropractic (Klro-prak-tlk) is tho
Sclonco of locating tlio causo of dis
ease and tho Art of romovlng It by
ndjustlng tho sptno, which rollovcs
prosBiiro on the nerves nnd nllowa
nnttiro'B llfo-apark, or nervo energy, to
flow frcoly to and from tho brain.
Tho cnuso of dlsoaso, ns tho Chiro
practor finds It, is a subluxation of ono
or moro of tho vortobrno which doo
croaso tho hIzo of tho opening through
which tho splnnl nerves pass, nnd
implngo or press thorn, lionco shut off
a portion of tho norvo supply to tho
orgnns or parts, and tho result will bo
disease, deranged 'functional activity,
A normal norvo supply to any orgnn
or part of tho hiiuinn body gonoratea
normal function nnd mnintnlns health.
In adjusting tho vcrtobrao to re
lease tho pressure, tho Chiropractor
usob and needs nothing but his hands.
Tho wholo object of his work is com
pleted when this prosaiiro is romoved.
Nnturo does tho curing. In some cases
daily adjustments nro necessary for a
tlmo. In other cnscH, howovor, three
udjustnionth u weok will bring splon
did lomilts. Tlio Chiropractor should
bo tho Judge as to tho frequency of
"No matter how strnngo, unusual,
or oven opposed to estnbllshod cus
tom or belief nu idea may bo, if Its
claims prove to bo In hnrmony with
all tho essential fncts concerning tho
Biibject to which tho idea is related,
it is true nnd vnlunblo nnd should bo
nccoptcd." Investigate nnd Interview
1 II Soubold, D. C, 1130 Stovens
Bldg, Chicago, and bo convinced.
Frank Hognn, tho highly rospoctod
prcstdont of tho Hcco Envelopo Com
pany, would mako a good mayor. He
Is a man of groat exocutlvo ability
and oarnestness of purpose and ho
numbers his friends by tho thousands,
Mnurlco T. cullorton is much re
spected as a leader in labor circles.
Qeorgo Sultan always made a
record In publlo life.
James S. Hopkins, the able lawyer,
would make a good judgo of tho Supo
Dr. M. Lolnlnger, tho popular den
tist, wiio, with his sons, conducts tho
well-known dental parlor at 128C Mil.
waukeo uvcnuo, in tho Palatlno Build
ing, Is ono of tho progressive nnd
widoawako citizens of tho Northwest
Chnrlcs ningor hns mado a magnifi
cent record ns county nssossor. Ho
hns mado friends on all sides by his
Just and Impartial methods nnd Is
Popular County Assessor Who Shoul
d Be Renominated and Re-elected.
strong with men of every ahndo of
political opinion. Ho dosorves to bo
ronomlnnted and re-elected.
Popular County Assessor De
serves Well at the Hands of the
Voters. His Record Is Good.
Ono of tho most populnr public offi
cials in Chtcngo Is Michael K. Shcrl
dnn, whoso term ns county assessor
expires this year.
Ills record Is a flno ono nnd his
falthfulnosa to duty certainly ontltlos
him to n reelection at tho hands of
tho voters regardless of party.
A stnunch nnd lifelong Domocrnt,
loynl to his party, his renomlnntton is
n cortnlnty nt tho prlmnry.
IIo hns trcntod nil citizens with fair
ness rcgnrdlcss of party lines nnd his
devotion to tho interests of nil tho
pcoplo is known to ovorybody. A
MICHAEL K. SHERIDAN.
Populnr President of the Board of
Assessors Who Deserves Re-election
as Assessor on His
native- Amorlcnn, Mr. Sheridan, who
was born In Sterling, Illinois,' hns
llvod in Chicago slnco 18S8.
For twenty yoara ho was managor
of tho shipping department of tho big
packing plant of Morris & Company at
tho Stock Yards. In 1913 ho was ap
pointed doputy clerk of tho Criminal
court nnd was elected member of tho
Cook county bonrd of nascssors In tho
fnll election of that year. In this
capacity ho sorvod two yoarB ns soc
rotary of tho board nnd two yonrs as
chalrmau, and during his ontlro term
his course hns beon guided by an oyo
slnglo to tho wolfaro of tho public,
fair play to tho taxpayers duty, Ho
now holds tho position of ohnirmnn
of tho bonrd of assessors.
Mr. Sheridan received his education
In Sterling, Illinois, whero ho grad
uated from tho publlo high schools.
Ho aftorwnrds attended business col
logo and thus equipped ho started out
to fnco tho world, nnd In tho world's
bnttlo hns mot with groat succoss.
Mr. Sheridan is n member of tho
KnlghtB of Columbus, tho Maccabees,
tho Loynl Ordor of Mooso, tho Irish
Fellowship Club, tho Englowood Pn-
trlotlo Longuo, tho Soldlors Rollof So-
cloty nnd Is nn nuxlllnry momnor or
tho Stato Council of Dofonso. IIo Is,
ns wo hnvo said, n Democrat from tho
ground up, and Is now Democratic
ward committeeman from tho Thirty
first wnrd. IIo wns a momber of ox
omptlon board No. 72 until January
12, 1918, whon Oovornor Lowdon ac
cepted hii resignation which Mr.
Shorldnn wns obliged to tondor so ho
could nttond to his olllclnl duties ns
momber of tho board of nssossora
Mr. Shorldnn hns tho distinction of
being complimented upon tlio fnct
that his board of oxomptlon had not
cost tho govornmont ft slnglo penny
for anything whllo ho wob n moinbor
of that body, as ho furnlshod tho
clork-hlre, room, light, boat and
ovorythlng olso portalning to tho
As stntcd at tho outset, Mr. Shori
dan's term expires in tho coming fnll.
IIo is n candidate, within tho lines of
tho Domocrntlo organization, nnd If ho
is nomlnnted for ro-oloction (which Is
a cortnlnty) ho will undoubtedly bo
re cloctod. IIo is n man of quiet nnd
unassuming wnyc, nnd his cnndldncy
Is being conducted In a quiet, dignified
way. Ab ho says hlmsolf: "If tho
Democratic organization drafts me
again for offlco I shall mako tho raco,
and If olocted shall sorvo. If I am not
'drafted' by tho party I shall bo found
working for tho regular candidate
and for all tho regular candidates on
tho county tlckot."
Michael K. Sheridan Is nothing If
not n patriot. IIo has givon his tlmo
and best efforts to his country over
slnco tho outbreak of tho war. Ills
son, jonn J, aienuan, zu years oi nee,
is enlisted in the nvinuon section oi
tho United Stales army.
IIo should bo renominated and re
elected to tho bonrd of nssessors.
! CAREY A STRONG
Tho fooling Is growing that Tom
Carey Is tho logical Democratic candl
dato for Mayor of Chicago.
Ho belongs to no faction.
Ho Is controlled by no clique.
Ho is forceful.
IIo Is fearless.
IIo Is honest.
IIo hns nothing to conceal.
Tho longer tho campaign tho
stronger ho will bo.
Undor present conditions ho ap
pears to ho tho ideal candidate.
Tho Vcsuvlo Itnllnn Restnurnnt on
tho second floor of 123 North Clnrk
street Is dosorvedly populnr. Its cul
slno Is of tho best and its managor,
Eduardo Vltrono, is ono of tho most
cnpablo restaurant mon In tho Unltod
Angolo Cortcsl, tlio woll known tail
or at tho northeast cornor of Orloans
and Illinois street, is bulldlnr up a
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