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THOMAS J. WEBB,
Great Coffee Merchant, Who Made a Splendid
Board of Review, Is Much Talked
CITY COUNCIL STAND
The following list of Council Com
mittees was adopted:
Finance nichcrt, Schwartz, A. A.
McCormlck, Fotzer, Woodhull, Kcrnor,
R. H. McCormlck, Capitaln, Llpps,
Watson, Littlur, Long, Fisher, Hnzon
Local transportation Capitaln,
Hlckoy, Nance, McNichols, Smith,
Walkowlak, Franz, Daulor, Wallace,
Llpps, Watson, Byrne, Long, Fishor,
Hazcn, Toman and T. J. Lynch
Gas, oil and electric light T. J.
Lynch, Iliff, Hlckoy, McDonough,
Nance, McNichols, Ahorn, Maypolo,
Wnlkowiak, Howler, Walker, Hauler,
Wallace, Link, Adamowskl, O'Toolo
Railway terminals Llpps, Kenna,
Schwartz, Fctzcr, McNichols, Homo,
Touhy, Walkowlak. Dowlcr, Walker,
Capitaln, Littler, Hruhec, W. J. Lynch
Local industries Fisher, Hlckor, A.
A. McCormlck, Klaus, Cullorton, No
vak, Ahern, Smith, Olson, Walkor,
JJaulor, I'rctzcl, Hrubcc, O'Toolo and
Harbors, wharves and bridges Lit
tler, Kenna, Guornsoy, Woodhull, Go
vler, Novak, Homo, Olson, Kavanogh,
Powers, Hadorloln, Wallace, Kennedy,
Moran and Hazcn.
Judiciary Kornor, Coughllu,
Schwartz, A. A. McCormlck, Fotzer,
Woodhull, Govior, Maypolo, Kalndl,
Kunz, Powers, Stoffcn, Ilocdcr, Link,
Hrubec, W. J. Lynch, Kostnor.
Streets and alloys Toman, Cough
lln, L. D. Anderson, Mulcahy, Kunz,
Adamklewlcz, Touhy, Fick, It. II. Mc
Cormlck, Ellison, Roodor, Kennedy, W.
J. Lynch, Lylo, A. O. Andcson.
License Smith, L, D. Andorson, Mul
cahy, Furman, Klaus, Krumdlck, No
vak, Ahorn, Kalndl, Dowlor, Hadorloln,
Dyrno, O'Toolo, Lylo, Clark.
BulldlnEB and city hall Protzol,
Jackson, Mulcahy, Guornsoy, Johnson,
Klaus, Krumdlck, Piotrowskl, Kava
nagh, Powers, Franz, Jllllson, Adamow
Schools, Are, police and civil scrvlco
Franz, Jackson, McDonough, Guorn
soy, Johnson, Krumdlck, Homo,
Kalndl, Piotrowskl, Adamklowlcz,
Touhy, Stoffen, Kennedy, Adamowskl,
Public health Nance, Kenna, Mc
Donough, Furman, Johnson, Cullerton,
Olson, Kunz, Adamklewlcz, Kavanagh,
Fick, Elllion, Protzol, Moran, A. O.
Track olovatlon Maypolo, Coughlin,
L. B. Anderson, Illft, Govior, Olson,
Piotrowskl, Fick, Roodor.
Compensation Iliff, Rlchort, Ker.
Democratic Candidate for
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Record as Member of the
of for Mayor.
nor, It. II. McCormlck, Llpps, Watson,
Moran, Fishor, Toman.
Parks, playgrounds and bathing
benches Long, Jackson, Furman, Cul
lerton, Hadcrloln, Link, Lylo, A. O.
Homo defense Kostmr, Illff, Go
vior, Bowler, Stoffcn, Link, Lylo, To
man, T. J. Lynch.
Tho Oliver typowrltor Is prnlsod by
all who havo used It.
Aldormnn William P. Ellison of tho
Twenty-second Ward is ranking a
good record In tho city council. Tho
pcoplo nro talking about him for
Dixon C. Williams, ono of tho llnest
orators In tho Domocratlc party is
growing In popularity. Ho would
make nn Ideal member of congress if
ho would consent to run for tho office
Ivan D. Koukoff, tho woll known
monoy broker and steamship agent, Is
a leader on tho West Sldo. Ho would
mako a good county commissioner.
W. J. Schultz, gonoral manager of
tho Illinois Merchants' Protective
Loaguo, Is u born lcador and ono of
tho best posted men on business con
ditions in Chicago.
George W. PauHtn, the Teat fur
rier, has made a business record for
honesty and lntogrlty that win for
him hoeta of friends.
Clayton F. Smith is a Domocrnt
who grows In favor ovory day. Ho
would mako a good mayor of Chicago
for all tho pooplo.
Charles B. Tnornton, tne well known
lawyer, bu honored every office he
ever filled from president of the
hoard of education to corporation
John R. Ford, the cnlet deputy col
lector of customs, Is a most efficient
aid to Collector McNeill.
The Michelob Clun which meets
at Ohio and Clark streets In Bauer
man's splendid rooms Is growing In
membership and power every day.
Judge Klckham Scanlan fulfills the
expectations of his friends. His rec
ord on the bench Is a good one.
Judge of the Municipal Court.
Department of Trnae nnd Commerce.
Director William II. Boys, Strcntor,
Assistant Director James S. Bald
win, Docaturj $1,000,
Superintendent of Insurance Fred
W. Potter, Albion; $5,000.
Mro Marshal John Gambor, Otta
Chief Grain Inspector Walter E.
Schmidt, Chicago; $5,000.
Department of Finance.
Director Omar H. Wright, Bolvl
Assistant Director Evorott H.
Tripp, Bolvldoro; $1,200.
Administrative Auditor Joseph C.
MaBon, Chicago; $4,800.
Suporintcndont of Department Re
ports A. T. Splvoy, East St. Louts;
Department of Agriculture.
Director Charles Adklns, Bomont;
Assistant Director II. II. Parke,
Superintendent of Foods and Dairies
John B. Nooman, Elgin; $4,800.
Superintendent of Animal Industry
W. W. Wright, Toulon; $3,600.
Chief Veterinarian A. T. Peters,
Chief Gamo nnd Fish Warden
Ralph F. Bradford, Pontlac; $3,000.
Department of Labor.
Director Barnoy Cohon, Chicago;
Assistant Director Burt C. Bean,
Chlof Factory Inspector Robert S.
Jonos, Flora; $3,000.
Superintendent of Freo Employment
Offices W. 0. Lowman, Danville;
Chief Inspector of Private Employ
ment Agencies John J. McKonna,
Department of Mines and Minerals.
Director Evan D. John, Carbon
Assistant Director Martin Bolt,
Department of public Works and
Director Losllo D. Puterbaugh, Poc
Assistant Director Thomas O. Ven
num, Watsoka; $4,000.
Superintendent of Waterways Wil
liam L. Sackott, Morris; $5,000.
Suporlntondont of Printing H. L.
Williamson, Springfield, $5,000.
Suporlntondont of Purchases and
Supplies Henry II. Kohn, Anna;
Superintendent of Highways S. E.
Bradt, Do Kalb; $5,000.
Suporlntondont of ParksFreak D.
Lowman, Sandwich; $2,500.
Department of Public Welfire.
Dlroctor Charles II. Thome Chi
Assistant Director James E. Mc
Cluro, Carlinvllle; $4,000.
Fiscal Supervisor Frank D. Whlpp,
Superintendent of Charities A. L.
Bowon, Springfield; $5,000.
Superintendent of Prisons John L.
Whitman, Chicago; $5,000.
Superintendent of Pardons and Pa
rolos William Colvln, Springfield;
Department of Health.
Dlroctor Dr. O. St. Clair Drake,
Superintendent of Lodging House
Inspection William H. McCulloch,
Department of Registration and Edu
cation. Director Francis W. Shepardson,
Suporlntondont of Registration-
Fred C. Dodds, Sprlngflold; $4,000.
Chiropractic What It Is.
Chiropractic (Klro-prak-tlk) Is tho
Sclcnco of locating tho causo of dls-
onso nnd tho Art of removing It by
adjusting tho splno, which relieves
pressure on (no norveH and allows
nature's llfospark, or norvo energy, to
How freely to and from tho brain.
Tho causo of dtsoaso, as tho Chiro
practor finds It, is a subluxation of ono
or more of tho vertobrao which dee
crenso tho slzo of tho oponlng through
which tho spinal nerves pass, and
implngo or press them, henco shut off
a portion of tho nervo supply to tho
organs or parts, and tho result will bo
disease, deranged functional activity.
A normal nervo supply to any organ
or part of tho human body generates
normal function and maintains hoalth.
In adjusting tho vortobrno to ro
leaso tho pressuro, tho Chiropractor
uses and needs nothing but his hands.
Tho wholo object of his work la com
pleted when this pressuro Is removed.
Nnturo does tho curing. In somo cases
dally adjustments nro noccssary for a
time In other cases, however, thrco
adjustments a wool; will bring splen
did rosults. Tho Chiropractor should
bo ho Judgo as to tho frequency of
"No matter how strange, unusual,
or oven opposed to established cus
tom or bollot nn Idea may ho, If its
claims provo to bo In harmony with
all tho essential facts concerning tho
subject to which tho idea is rotated,
it is true and vnluablo and should bo
nccopted " Investigate and interview
F. II. Seubold, D. C, 1430 Slovens
Tllrlrr Milnnm nnJ Im sitrt tln trw! . I
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Frank Hogan, tho highly respected
president of tho Hcco Envelope Com
pany, would mako a good mayor. He
Is a man of great exocutlvo ability
and earnestness of purposo and he
numbers his friends by the thousands.
Maurice T. cullerton Is much re
spected as a leader In labor circles.
Dr. George Sultan aiwa, made a
good record In public life.
Jaraee 8. Hopkins, the ablo lawyer,
would mako a good Judgo of tho Supo
Dr. M Lolnlngor, tho popular den
tist, who, with his sons, conducts tho
woll-known dontal parlor at 128G Mil.
waukeo nvonuo, In tho Palatine Build
ing, Is ono of tho progrosslvo and
wldoawako citizens of tho Northwost
Charles Rlngor has mndo a magnifi
cent record as county assessor. Ho
has ma do friends on all sides by his
Just and Impartial methods and Is
Popular County Assessor Who Shoul
d Be Renominated and Re-elected.
strong with men of every shado of
political opinion. Ho deserves to bo
renominated and roolcctcd.
Popular County Assessor De
serves Well' at the Hands of the
Voters. His Record Is Good.
Ono of tho most popular public offi
cials In Chicago Is MIchaol K. Sheri
dan, whoso torn) as county assessor
expires this year.
His record Is a lino ono nnd his
faithfulness to duty certainly entitles
him to a ro-oloctlon at tho hands of
tho voters regardless of party.
A staunch nnd lifelong Democrat,
loynl to his party, his rcnomlnatlon is
a certainty at tho primary.
Ho has treated all citizens with fair
ness rcgardloss of party linos nnd his
dovotlon to tho interests of all the
pcoplo is known to ovorybody. A
MICHAEL K. 8HERIDAN.
Popular President of the Board of
Assessors Who Deserves Re-election
as Assessor on His
nutlvo American, Mr. Sheridan, who
was born In Sterling, Illinois, has
lived in Chicago slnco 1888.
For twenty years ho was managor
of tho shipping department of tho big
packing plant of Morris & Company at
tho Stock Yards. In 1012 ho was ap
pointed deputy clerk of tho Criminal
court nnd was olected member of tho
Cook county board of assossors In tho
fall election of that year. In this
capacity ho sorvod two years as sec
rotary of tho board and two years as
chairman, and during his entlro torm
his course has been guided by an eyo
slnglo to tho wolfaro of tho public,
fair play to the taxpayora duty. Ho
now holds tho position of ohnlrman
of tho board of assessors,
Mr. Sheridan received his education
In Sterling, Illinois, whero ho grad
uated from tho public high schools.
Ho aftorwards attondod business col
lego nnd thus oqulppcd ho started out
to faco tho world, and in tho world's
bnttlo has met with great success.
Mr. Sheridan is a member of tho
Knights of Columbus, tho Mnccaboos,
tho Loyal Ordor of Mooso, tho Irish
Fellowship Club, tho Englowood Pa
triotic League, tho Soldlors Relief So
cioty and Is an auxiliary mombor of
tho Stuto Council of Dofonso. Ho Is,
as wo havo said, a Democrat from tho
ground up, and is now Democratic
ward committeeman from tho Thirty
first ward. Ho was n mombor of ex
emption board No. 72 until January
12, 1918, when Governor Lowdon ac
cepted his resignation which Mr.
Shorldon was obliged to tondcr so ho
, could attend to his official duties as
mombor of tho bonrd of assessors.
Mr. Sheridan has tho distinction of
' "olnB complimented upon tho fact
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cost tho govornmont a slnglo penny
for nnythlng whllo ho was n mombor
of that body, as ho furnished the
clork-hlre, room, light, boat and
overythlng olso pertaining to tho
As stated nt tho outset, Mr. Sheri
dan's term oxplrcs in tho coming fall.
Ho Is a cnndldnto, within tho lines of
tho Domocratlc organization, and It ho
Is nominated for ro-oloctlon (which Is
n cortnlnty) ho will undoubtedly bo
re-elected, Ho is a man of quiet and
unassuming wnys, nnd his candidacy
1b being conducted in a qulot, dignified
way, As ho says hlmsolf: "If tho
Domocratlc organization drafts mo
again for offlco I shall mako tho raco,
nnd If elected shall sorvo. If I am not
'draftod' by tho party I shall bo found
working for tho regular candldato,
and for nil tho regular candidates on
tho county ticket."
MIchaol K. Sheridan is nothing If
not a pnfrlft Ho has glvon his tltno
and best efforts to his country ever
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slnco tho outbreak of tho war. His
son, John J. Sherldnn, 20 years of ago,
Is enlisted In tho aviation section of
tho United States army.
Ho should bo renominated and ro
olected to tho bonrd of assessors.
CAREY A STRONG
Tho fooling is growing that Tom
Carey is tho logical Democratic candi
date for Mayor of Chicago.
Ho botongs to no faction.
Ho is controlled by no clique.
Ho Is forceful.
Ho Is fearless.
Ho Is honest.
Ho has nothing to conceal.
Tho longor tho campaign tho
stronger ho will bo.
Undor present conditions ho ap
pears to bo tho Ideal candidate.
Tho Vcsuvlo Italian Restaurant on
tho second floor of 123 North Clark
street Is dosorvodly popular. Its cut
slno Is of tho best and Its managor.
Eduardo Vltrono, Is ono of tho most
capable rostaurant mon In tho United
Angola Cortes!, ttie woll known tail
or at the northeast comer of Orleans
and Illinois street, Is butldlnt up a
William F. Krahl, President of tho
Krahl Construction Company nt 3G0
North Clark street, Is ono of tho most
highly rcspoctod buildors In tho coun
try. Among tho many great struc
tures erected by him In Chicago may
bo mentioned tho new Thompson
Block at tho southwest enrnor of
Clark and Klnzlo streets ono of tho
most beautiful buildings in tho wost.
Tho popularity of tho Oliver type
writer Is duo to Its superior excel
lence in ovory particular.
Judgo John A. Mahonoy has mado
i flno rocord on tho Municipal Court
lonch nnd desorves ro-oloctlon this
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Frank Rico, gonoral mnniigor of the
Benjamin Electric Company, la ono of
tho progrosslvo young buslnoss mon
of Chicago, Ho is respected nnd pop
ular with everybody.
Simon O'Donncll is an honest, earn
est and respected loader In the world
George B. Baldwin, manager of the
Walworth Manufacturing Company, Is
one of tho leaders In Chicago's busi
Tho Now Roma Italian restaurant
at 117 North Clark street, across from
tho county and city buildings, is ono
of the most popular restaurants In Chi
cago. Under tho ablo management of
Mr. I. Pellagrlnl It has built up a great
patronage among tho best class of
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