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PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY
An Independent Newspaper, Fearlett
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Addrtot Alt CnmmunlratloM U
179 WEST WASHINGTON ST.
Telephone Main 3913
Southeast Cottier Washington St.
and Well St.
HENRY F. DONOVAN, Fil.lnr and PublUher
Entered u Stnl Clr Mnttrr October
11. 1S. M the lrt Once fct Chlcaco. lilt
sols, under Ar - March f, 1S7.
ES'WI 1SHLD OCTOBER S, 1839
lorporaWd Ukder the Lnwi of tlllnol.
bounded by hrJNltY F. DONOVAN.
The Chicago Eagle, a newippr
for all claaaea of reader, It devoted
to National, State and Local Pol.
Itlcn to the publication of Mu
nicipal, State, County and San
itary District newtj to comment
on people In public llfel to clean
Baseball and Sports, and to the
publication of Qeneral information
of Public Interest. Financial, Com.
merclal and Political.
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER, 21, 1918.
CITY'S POWER TO CONDEMN.
Tower to buy property adjoining
that used for widening public streets
and other city Improvements and to
resell It whero desirable, to help
pay for tho Improvement, Is needed
for Chicago's propor development,
according to a report issued by the
Chicago bureau of publlo efllclcncy.
In many cases, tho report declares,
tho enhancement in tho vnluo of prop
erty along a widened nnd beautified
thoroughfaro would cnablo the city to
put through Important Improvements
without cost to taxpayers nnd prop
erty owners. Profits for tho general
funds of tho city might bo realized In
some Instances, tho bureau contends.
Another Important gain from tho
power of excess condemnation would
bo, according to tho bureau's report,
tho control it would give tho city
over tho charactor of private build
ings and other improvements. Lund
resold to prlvuto Individuals following
tho completion of n street widening
project could bo turned over with
such restrictions, it Is declared, that
tho character of tho thoroughfaro
could bo fully protected.
Changes in tho stato constitution
and in tho general statutes of Illinois
are needed to givo tho city tho recom
mended powors of excess condemna
tion. Tho roport urges that tho neces
sary amendments bo mndo at tho
earliest posslblo moment.
EnormouB sums would havo been
saved property owners nsscsscd for
tho Michigan avenue nnd Twelfth
ttfrcot Improvements If tho city had
possessed tho power of excess con
demnation, tho bureau declares. In
addition It would havo loft In tho
hands of tho city for uso us park
ways remnants of lots which can now
bo used only for billboards or similar
purposes and aro likely to becomo
eyesores on tho widened thorough
faro. Tho Prlco proporty at Wabash ave
nue nnd Twelfth street is given in tho
report ns an oxamplo of tho waste
necessary under nrosont laws. This
proporty hod a frontngo of 71 foot on
Wabash avenuo nnd 68 feet on
Twelfth street. Tho widening project
called for 08 feot of tho 71, leaving In
private hands a strip thrco feot wldo
and ICC feet long. Tho court hold
that tho taking of tho 68 feet prac
tically destroyed the value of tho re
maining threo and awarded as dam
ages tho Bamo amount por front foot
as it bad set up ns tho valuo of the
property hought by the city for tho
Tho city was thus forced to pay
to tho private proporty owner tho
full valuo of tho throe-foot strip ex
pending for 166 feet along tho wid
ened thoroughfaro, but was unablo to
tako possession of it because- of tho
law forbidding the city to condemn
land In cx'eFs of that actually needed
for a public Improvement.
The strip left in prhato hands Is
too narrow for any pormnnont bui'd
tng and can be used only for bill
boards temporary peanut or ri
ream stands and similar structures,
apt to becomo eyesores. Further
more thi rv was required to assess
tho lot adjoining tho Price proporty
on Wansh avenuo at tho lower rate
of an Ins'do lot when It could hao
been made cornor property If tho city
rou'd hive acquired tho three-foot
Tho city of Montreal has success
fully usr'd tho power of excess con
demnaMon. tho roport dor-lares It
built one handsomo thorouphfaro. the
Kt Lawrenco boulevard, buying tho
proporty along Its proposed ro'e
and resold It after completing the
boulevard Tho profits over all ox
penBes of tho Improvement netted the
city $2i,00n, the project costing thfr
Tremont O Olson, head of tho wol'
known and ro'lable Olson Multtgrari!
Co., at 1" South La Hallo street has
won a good namo In this community
by the flno work his concern turns
out In quick and oxnort service It Is
unexcelled In tho rnultlgraph lino
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JOHN F. TYRRELL,
Republican Candidate for Municipal Judge.
TO TEACH FOOD SAVING AT THE
(Special to Tho Chicago Eagle.)
Urbana, 111., Sept. 20. In addition
to training more than 5,000 men in
the Student Army Training Corps
for service In tho United States
armies, the University of Illinois has
included In Its "Help Win tho War"
program the tictlvo promotion of food
conservation. The Department of
lloinu Economics will offer n courso
In tho selection of food and tho plan
ning of meals, nnd In rcsponso to n
request from the Food Administra
tion tho work, Instituted Inst year for
college womon without training In
homo economics, will bo continued
"While wo rejoice in the great crop
of wheat, wo mus' remember that
nioro boys abroad mean that tnoro
food must follow them. This In
creases tho necessity for careful
selection, wiso buying nnd good sub
stitutions hero that there may bo
plenty of sugar, fatH, meat nnd wheat
oor thoro," declared MIbs Isabel
Bovlcr, head of tho Department of
Household Sclenco of tho University
of Illinois. "To meet this emergency
tho Department of Homo Fconnmlcs
proroscs to offer help to thoso who
stand in tho homo trenches by otter
ing theso courses."
WHAT YOUR MONEY WILL DO FOR
YOUR FIGHTING FORCES.
Hero's what your ?G0 bond will buy:
Trench knlvos for a rlflo company.
- jTwcnty-thrco hand grenades.
Fourtcon rlflo grenades.
Thlrtcecn cases of surgical Instru
ments for enlisted men's bolts.
Ten eases of surgical instruments
for ofTlcor'8 belts.
What n $100 bond will do:
Clothe a soldier.
Feed a soldier for eight months.
Provide II vo lilies.
Provldo thirty rlflo grenades.
Provldo forty-throo hand grenades.
Provide twonty-flvo pounds of other
Huy 115 hot water bags.
Buy 2000 surgical needles.
Hero's whnt your $300 will furnish:
Bicycles for the headquarter com
pany of an Infantry roglmont.
What a $1,000 bond will do:
nuy ono X-Rny apparatus outfit op
orating instruments for n baso hos
pital. Furnish pistols for all men in a rifle
Buy ono rolling kitchen (motor).
Provldo eight ration carts.
Emll Longhl, tho popular proprie
tor of tho Justly famous Italian &
Greek Products Company at 1G18-20
South Wabash avonuc, has built up a
great reputation In tho business world
on account of tho oxcellonco of the
ollvo oil nnd fine Imported wlues
handled by his house.
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Republican Candidate for County Assessor.
MICHIGAN JAX CROOKS
More Suits Filed in Van Burcn
County, Michigan, to Remove
Clouds on Titles Than in Any
Other County in the United
Land Sharks and Others Go Bold In
Their Juggling of Books and De
scriptions That Uncle 8am
May Get Them.
Thoro nro moro suits filed in tho
courts of Van Uurcn County, Michi
gan, to romovo clor ' 'roin land titles
than thoro nro tiled for that purpose
In any other county in tho United
States, including thoro containing tho
largest cities in tho country.
Thoro hnvo been moro professional
land thlovcs at work In Van Huron
County than in any other county In
tho United States, and they nro still
Men connected with curtain lines
of business and using officials olected
in some townships as their tools nro
engaged nil of tho tlmo in clouding
tho titles of honest nnd bona fldo land
This fact has dono moro to keep tho
county buck than any other thing.
Tho bad namo given to this part of
tho Stato of Michigan by the land
crooks is becoming a by-word through
out tho nation.
Many of thoao crooks claim land
on tho strength of tax titles ob
tninod nftcr tho rightful owners had
paid tho taxes through Juggling of
descriptions nnd tax hooks.
Effoits aro to bo mndo to roach
somo of them through Federal action,
as tho peculiar hold thoy havo on local
nntliorltlPB preeludcs hopo of roform
In that direction.
VktlniB of thoso bands of crooks
nro advised that if thoy Ilvo outsldo
of Michigan thoy can bring suit
ngalnst olllclals, backors, brokers or
others who damage thorn or their in
terests In tho U. S. courts.
Tho citizens of Van Duron County
should wnko up to tho situation nnd
totlro thoso graftors to tho peniten
tiary or to somo othor plnco whoro
their public records cannot Injure tho
Van Duron County Is naturally rich
In soil, dollghtful in climnto nnd geo
graphically Ideal for success in overy
Its prospects hnvo been blighted.
Tho testimony of all outsldo pcoplo
who havo Invested thoro Is thnt thoy
hnvo bcon skinned nnd bothored by
tho laud shark syndicate
J. H. Dick, Chicago's famous dcalor
in trunks and trnvollng bags, has
J boon nt tho snmo location, 615 West
Ainuison Btroot ror thirty-two years.
If you want real vnluos In theso must
necessary artlclos glvo him n call.
ou will bo woll pleased If you do
ns Dick's trunks and travollng bags
nro tho best on the mnrkot.
James Austin Wilder, chief sen
scout of the Hoy Scouts oC America,
took his Ilrst dogico in scouting from
General IJjng, the hero of Ciimbrnl.
I.nter he visited Undcn-Pnw I, and be
came so enthusiastic for the movement
that he wrote to his home In Hawaii
thnt he Intended to Inaugurate It there
Just ns soon us he returned. When
ho arrived In Hun all he was met by u
boy scout troop. As soon us the boys
In Hawaii hoard what he wits going to
do they became so Impatient that they
couldn't wnlt for him.
The sea scouts, of whom Mr. Wil
der Is now chief, is it new organization
designed to meet a new development In
American life. . now have the sec
ond greatest navy mid we shall soon
hnvo the greatest merchant murine In
the world. Where lire the Americans
who will mail this Meet? It now cosH
Uncle Sam 92,000 to turn u landsman
Into n full-Hedged Jnckle. lint most of
the training necessary m bo done ashore. Lushing N n boy scout specialty.
The swinging of lifeboats can he learned nt any pier. It doesn't require a
cruiser to teach naismmishlp nnd swimming.
To be a sea scout one must bo a thoroughly quiilllled scout first, nnd the
natural sailors of the organization nro clamoring to bo admitted to the new
degree. Thnt Uncle Sam will need those natural sailors soon Is being more
and more appreciated, and equipment for u full course In sen scouting Is rapidly
being loaned or donated.
JAPAN'S FOREIGN MINISTER
sanitation In the depaitmeut of home nffalrs. Then ho went to Germany,
whero ho won the degree of doctor of medicine from the University of Ilcrlln.
HE LiSTS ENEMY ALIENS
Itufus W. Sprague, Jr., Ie the mm
who nuido the plans and organized th
machinery for tho registration of inori
than 300,000 German males', cncm
aliens, who live within the JurlMllctloi
of Undo Snm. By thesu wimo plair
nbout the .same nninhcr of German
women wen- card Indexed later.
Mr. Sprague Is now tho head of tin
New York rort enemy illicit bureau
All the alien enemies within this dls
trlct come under the Jurisdiction ol
Mr. Sprague. If, after registering
they do not behave, or If they fall ti
register and nro caught, It Is his dut,
to see that thoy Join kindred souls In
one of the Internment camps.
Mr. Sprague was born In Iloston
In 1873 and after u preparatory course
In the Iloston Latin school went t
Hnrvard. In 1SDG ho received his A. II
nod four years later was graduated
from tho Harvard Law school.
Then he went to Now York and
began practice In 1000 ns Junior counsel for tho Equitable Life Assuranco
society. Threo years of this, and ho formed u Inw partnership with Walter B.
CHAMPION NAVY RECRUITER
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bly and alone speaking irmu the piecnrlous perch afforded by u soap box or
an orange crate.
HEADS CHICAGO'S SCHOOLS
Peter A. Slortenson, tho new su
perlntendeut of Chicago schools, was
born on a farm and received his cilu
cation only after much peihonal effort
Ills birthplace wns near Westlleld,
Wis. He was the oldest of six children
After he had Mulshed with a country
fichnnl, he went to tho Westlleld high
The llrst tenchlng position was In
a country school of in pupils. Later
ho went to tho Northern Indiana
Normal school and Uattle Creek col
lege. Ills work thoro was followed by
courses nt tho University of Wisconsin
nnd the University of Chicago, spe
cializing In English, educational psy
chology and school administration.
More than 20 jenrs of Mr. Morten
son's life have been spent In the Chi
cage public school system. HIh work
at the Chicago Parental school, when'
truant boys aro sent, gave him a na
tional reputation. Ho was superintend
ent oi ino rarentai scnooi ior nino
referred to it as tho most elllclcntly
With the resignation of Viscount
Iihlro Motono ns minister of forclcn
uffelrs, the Downing street of Jnpnn
received as his successor a statcsmnn
totally different In typo from thoso
who had successfully held that port
Huron Shlmpel Goto, tho present
foreign minister of Japan, unlike his
predecessor In the foreign office, Is
not u diplomat by training. Ho had
never occupied nny position, Importnnt
or Insignificant, In the consular or dip
lomatic service. In his school days ho
never studied International law or po
litical theories. On the contrary, ho
was educated and trained to becomo a
Duron Goto was born in 1857.
Graduating from n local medical
school, he was at lathed to a public
hospital of which ho eventually be
came the director. In 18SI1 he became
assistant director of tho bureau of
Tho United States navy is to havo
Uh first pottleoated Junior lieutenant
In tho person of Mrs. Gcorgo Alex
ander Wheclock, chief yeomnn and
champion recruiter of tho world. The
bestowal of this rani: Is Mrs. Whoe
lock's reward for the 17,000 young men
she has brought Into tho service In the
past 18 months through her orntory.
She has made recruiting speeches
nil over New York city, In Ilurfaln,
Syracuse, ninghaiuton, Cleveland,
Pittsburgh, Pyiadolphla, Cincinnati,
Columbus, Alleutowu and many other
largo places. Sho has given up her
luxurious homo for days at a tlmo to
"go on tho road" In behalf of tho navy.
Her att.'uctivo auburn-topped flguro
has becomo an Important feature of
The champion recruiter was not
always accompanied by an escort of
bluejackets and a band when she went
recruiting. Sho began tho work hum
ud many educational Journal
corrective school la the country.
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Republican Candidate for
Charles W. Deubler, tho genial and
popular proprietor of tho Justly fam
ous Old Qulncy No. 0, Randolph and
La Sallo streets, which is patronized
by tho best pcoplo of this city, is not
only ono of Chicago's first citizens but
is ono of her moct successful busi
ness men who has contributed largo
ly to tho upbuilding of Chicago.
AdolphKrauslB always in the lead of
very movement for the betterment
of conditions In Chicago.
John Powers nas always served the
pcoplo well ns aldermnn from tho
Tho strongest Democrat In tho field
for tho nomination for City Treasurer
next spring is Josoph flushkcwlcz, tho
present popular Assistant City Treas
urer. Mr. nuahkowiuz has tho good
will and esteem of all factions of tho
Democratic party, stands high in tho
business community nnd Is respected
by every class of voters.
Lawrcnco Williams, tho president
of tho big Ollvor Typewriter Com
pany, is ono of thoso public-spirited
men who havo been tho making of
Chicago's greatness. Mr. Williams Is
nntod for his progrcsslvonss and his
bulness ability is attested by tho suc
cess of tho great concern of which ho
Is tho head.
Judgo Thomas F, Scully has mado
good os Judgo of tho County Court.
His administration has boon freo
from scandal and has been forcoful
nnd useful to tho pcoplo. Tho elec
tions havo been conducted under his
administration In a manner satisfac
tory to men of nil parties, and tho
manifold duties of this responsible
position havo bcon faithfully per
formed by Judgo Scully bo well nnd so
perfectly that voters gonorally bollovo
that ho Is entitled to a ro-olectlon.
Otto Itlco, ttio popular secretary and
manager of tho Quick Sorvlco Laun
dry Company, would mako a splendid
West Pnrk commissioner. Ho Is pub
llo spirited and popular, and has the
good wishes of his follow citizens.
John D. Knight or 72 West Wash
ington street Is ono of the leadora In
tho real estate world.
William O. Hawkins, managor for
tho big coal company of Richards &
Sons, is ono of tho most popular and
wldo nwako business men of tho city.
Ho Is a lendor In tho trado and all
who havo had business dealings with
him respect him.
F. H. Soubold, 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 froo of
charge. His oulca Is In tho Stovons
building, 17 North Stato street.
Q. J, Chott, the wen known lawyer,
who made a good record on the Jus
tice bench, would make a good Munic
Albert Zol, In addition to handling
the finest ollvo oil In the world, from
tho province of Lucca, In Italy, also
handles the finest wines" from the
Tuscan vineyards. Tho finest wines
from TuBcany, Italy, ore the Chlantl
wlncB, long famous for their good
qualities. Theso, nnd In fact all of
tho oil nnd wines handled by Mr, Zel
nt HO Orlcnna stroot, aro worthy of
nil praise. Ills father, Gulseppe Zol,
llvnu In Tuncany, Italy, and raises on
bin extenslvo property all of the oil
and wlno Imported from there by Al
Anchor Ilrothors, tho woll known
moving plittirn theater nwuora, hnvo
piiMiianed tho old Inter Ocean build
ing at Dearborn and Monroo strcots
and will erect a magnificent theater ,
on imu run), u win noiii .i,uuu ii:onu
and will bo Iho second largost tlioator
In Chicago Iho Auditorium alono ex
ceeding I In hIo.
Thomas J, Wobb Coffoo, sold In
cans at .'19 cents per pound, Is tho '
housowlfo'H standard for oxco'lont '
quality. It Is tho coffoo that is popu
lar with everybody who has ovor used
it. Adv. '
Clerk of the Probate Court.
THE COMMON COUNCIL
Full List of Aldermen Compos
ing the Governing Body of
the City of Chicago.
Following are tho names of the al
dermon composing tho City Council:
1 John J. Coughlln Dom.
Michael Kcnna Dom.
2 Robort R. Jackson Rop.
Louis D. Anderson Rop.
3 U. S. Schwartz Dom.
Gcorgo F. Illff Dom.
4 John A. Rlchort Dom.
David R. Hickoy Dom.
D Robort J. Mulcnhy Dom.
Josoph B. McDonough Dom.
C Willis O. Nanco Rop.
A. A. McCormlck Rop.
7 Guy auornsoy Rop.
William R. FeUor Rop.
8 Martin S. Furman Dom.
Ross A. Woodhull Dom.
0 Sholdon W. Govlor Dcm.
Charles V. Johnson Soc.
10 James McNIcbols Dom.
Frank Klaus Dom.
11 Herman Krumdlck Dcm.
E. F. Cullcrton Dom.
12 Joseph I. Novak Dem.
Otto Kornor Dem.
13 John G. Horno Dom.
Thomas J. Ahorn Dom.
14-71 Josoph jIL- Smith Dom.
Gcorgo M. Maypole Dom
15 Oscar H. Olson Rep.
Edward J, Kalndl Dom.
1C John A. Piotro wsltl Dem.
Stanley H. Kunz Dcm.
17 S. S. Wnlkowlnk Dom.
Stanley AdamklowJ-z Dem.
18 M. F. Kr.vanagh Dem.
John J. Tuohy Dom.
19 Jamos D, Dewier Dom.
John Powors Dcm.
20 Matt Franz Dom.
Henry L. FIck Dom.
21 Earl J. Walker Rep.
Robert II. McCormlck Rop.
22 .John II. Baulcr Dom.
William P. Ellison Dom.
23 Wnltor P. Stoffon Rop.
Thomas O. Wallace Rop.
24 John Haderloln Dom.
Frank F. Roodf.r Dom.
25 Frank J. Link Rep.
Honry D. Capltaln Rep.
2C Gcorgo Pretzel Rop.
William F. Llpps Rep.
27 Oliver L. Watson Rep.
John C. Kennedy Soc.
28 Max Adamowskl Dem.
Harry E3. Littler Rop.
29 Thomas F. Dyrno Dom.
John Hrubeo Rop.
30 William R. O'Toole Dem.
Wm. J, Lynch Dom.
31 Torrenco F. Moran Dem.
James A. Long Dom.
32 John H. Lylo Rep.
Albort J. Fisher., Rep.
33 Albort O. Anderson Rep.
Irwin R. Hazen Rop.
34 John Toman Dem.
Josoph O. Kostner Dom.
35 'Thomas J. Lynch Dom.
John S. Clark '.Dem.
that the Oliver Nine
Typewriters, now selling-
for .$49, are brand
new, latest models, the
identical machines in
every way, that sold for
$100 before the Oliver
inaugurated its present
and selling plans.
Telephone today, Randolph 500.
A representative will show you
an Oliver Nine and give full de
tails with no obligations to you.
The Oliver Typewriter Company
II-:: Oliver Typewriter Illilc, Chicago
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