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I slnco tho outbreak or tho war. Ills
joim d. nnuiiuiui, zu years ui ugui
Charles Itlnfeer has matlo a magnifi
cent record tfa county assessor. Ho
lias matlo frlfjnds on all sides by his
Just and Impartial methods nnd is
i Is enlisted In tho aviation section of
tho united States nrmy.
Ho should be ro-clcctcd to tho Board
The service flag! With its star of
blue, sometimes turned gold:
silently it sells more bonds than
any salesman in the land, ft It
matters little where this badge
of service hangs: in the home of
wealth or in some humble cot
tage, ft Always its message is the
same: that you shall lend and
generously lend to end this war
more quickly, ft To save more
stars of blue from turning gold.
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CAREY A STRONG
fine trado among leading business
nnd professional mon. As a sartorial
artist ho has low equals and no bu
Tho fooling is growing that Tom
Carey is tho logical Democratic candi
dal for Mayor of Chicago.
Ho bolongs to no faction.
Ho is controlled by no clique.
Ho is forceful.
Ho is fearless.
. Ho is honest.
Ho has nothing to conceal.
Tho longer tho campaign
stronger ho will bo.
Under prosont conditions ho
pears to bo tho ideal candidate.
Prank HIco, general manngor of tho
Benjamin Klcctric Company, Is ono of
tho progressive young business men
of Chicago. Ho Is respected and pop
ulr with everybody.
Popular County Assessor Who Should
strong with men
of every shado of
Ho deserves to bo
42? LIBERTY LOAN
&7.S. Government. Bonds)
Donated by The Chicago Eagle.
Department of Trade and Commerce.
Director William II. Boys, Strcator,
Assistant Director James S. Bald
win, Decatur; $1,000.
Superintendent of Insuranco Frod
W. Pottor, Albion; $5,000.
Firo Marshal John Gambor, Otta
Chief Grain Inspector Walter E.
Schmidt, Chicago; $5,000.
Department of Finance.
Director Omar II. Wright, Bolvl
Assistant Director Everett H.
Tripp, Bolvldero; $1,200.
Admlnlstratlvo Auditor Joseph C.
Mason, Chicago; $4,800.
Superintendent ot Department no
ports A. T. Splvoy, East St. Louis;
Department of Agriculture.
Director Charles Adklns, Bomont;
Assistant Director II. II. Parke,
Superintendent of Foods and Dairies
John B. Neeman, Elgin; $4,800.
Superintendent ot Animal Industry
W. W. Wright, Toulon; $3,600.
Chief Veterinarian A. T. Potors,
Chief Gamo and Fish Wardon
Ralph F. Bradford, Pontiac; $3,600.
Department of Labor.
Director Barney Cohon, Chicago;
Assistant Director Burt C. Bean,
Chlof Factory Inspector Robert S.
Jones, Flora; $3,000. '
Suporlntondont of Freo Employment
Offices W. G. Lewman, Danville;
Chief Inspector of Private Employ
ment Agencies John J. McKonna,
Department of Mines and Minerals.
Dlroctor Evan D. John, Carbon
Assistant Director Martin Bolt,
Department of Public Works and
Director Losllo D. Putorbaugh, Peo
Assistant Director Thomas G. Ven
num, Watscka; $4,000.
Superintendent of Waterways Wil
liam L. Sackott, Morris; $5,000.
Superintendent of Printing H. It.
Williamson, Springfield, $5,000.
Superintendent of Purchases and
Supplies Henry H. Kohn, Anna;
Suporlntondont of Highways S. E.
Bradt, Do Kalb; $5,000.
Superintendent of Parks Frank D.
Lowman, Sandwich; $2,500.
Department of Publlo Welfare.
Director Charlos II. Thorno, Chi
Assistant Director Jamc3 E. Mc-
Cluro, Carllnvlllo; $4,000.
Fiscal Supervisor Frank D. Whlpp,
Superintendent of Charities A. L.
Bowon, Sprlngftold; $5,000.
Suporlntondont of Prisons John h.
Whitman, Chicago; $5,000.
Suporlntondont of PardonB and Pa
rolesWilliam Colvln, Sprlngflold;
Department of Health.
Dlroctor Dr. C. St. Clair Drako,
Suporlntondont of Lodging House
Inspection William H. McCulloch,
Department of Registration nnd Edu
cation. Dlroctor Francis W. Bhopardson,
Suporlntondont of Itoglstration
Fred C. Dodds, Sprlngflold; $4,000.
Tho Mlchelob Clut which meata
at Ohio and Clark strcoU in Bauer
man's splendid rooms ia growing In
membership and power every day.
JUdgo Klckfiam Seaman fulfills tho
expectations of bis frlonds. His rec
ord on the bench Is a good one.
Clayton F. Smith is n Domocrat
who grows in favor overy day. Ho
would mako a good mayor of Chicago
I for all tho people.
Tho Oliver typewriter is praised by
all who havo used it.
Goorgo W. Pauntn, the great fur
rlor, has mado a business record for
honesty and integrity that wins for
him hoots of frlonds.
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 Michael K. Sheri
dan, whoso term as county assessor
expires this year.
Ills record in a flno ono and his
falthfulnosB to duty certainly entitles
him to a ro-olectlon at tho- hands ot
tho voters regardless of party.
A staunch nnd lifelong Domocrat,
loyal to his party, his rcnomlnatlon Is
a certainty at tho primary.
Ho lms treated all citizens with fair
ness regardless of party lines and his
dovotion to tho Interests of nil tho
pcoplo ia known to ovorybody. A
Dixon C. Williams, orio of tho finest
orators in tho Democratic party is
growing in popularity. Ho would
mako an ideal member of congress if
ho would Consent to run for tho ofllco.
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.
Aldorman William P. Ellison of tho
Twenty-second Ward is making a
good record in tho city council. Tho
pcoplo nro talking about him for
Simon O'Donncll Is an honest, earn
est and respected loader in tho world
Gcorgo B. Baldwin, manager of tho
Walworth Manufacturing Company, ia
ono of tho leaders in Chicago's busi
Tho Now Itoma Italian restaurant
at 117 North Clark street, across from
tho county and city buildings, 1b ono
of tho most popular restaurants in Chi
cago. Under tho able management of
Mr. I. Pellagrin! it has built up a great
patronage among tho best class of
Charles Hasterlik, tho well knowa
brewer and president of the Beat
Brewing Company, has a host of
friends in tho business world.
The leadrog menroers of every so
ciety and club in Chicago read Tks
and Traveling Bags
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JOHN J. ROONEY,
Democratic Candidate for Judge of the Municipal Court.
Charles 3. T&ornton, the woll known
lawyer, has honorod overy office he
ever filled from prooldont of the
oard of education to corporation
John R. Ford, the chief deputy col
lector of customs. Is a most efficient
eld to Collector McNeill.
Frank Hogan, tho highly rospoctod
president of tho Hoco Envelope Com
pany, would mako Osgood mayor. He
Is a man ot great cxocutlvo ability
and earnestness of purposo and he
numbers his frlonds by tho thousands.
Maurlco T. Culler ton la much re
spected as a leader in labor circles.
Dr. Qeorgo-SuHan always made a
good record in publlo life.
Dr. M. Lolnlngor, tho popular den
tist, who, with his sons, conducts tho
woll-known dental parlor at 1380 Mil.
waukoo avonuo, in tho Palatlno Build
ing, is ono of tho progressiva and
wldoawako cltizons of tho Northwest
Le Grand Foot Parlor Opening.
Tho LoOrnnd Foot Parlor at 1330
North Clark street, had a grand opon
ing ot its now quartern at tho nbovo
numbor on Soptombor 11. Thoro wuh
class to that opening, too. Somo of
tho best pcoplo on tho North Sldo,
Including many patrons from tho
Lako Shoro Drlvo, woro prosont. Pro
fessor Fostollo furnished a splendid
entortnlnmont. Thero woro musical
selections and cholco numbers by oml
nont soloists. A flno orchestra
charmed tho nudlonco. Thero was a
Punch nnd Judy show, flno rofrosh
monts ami a good tlmo generally.
Chiropractic What It Is.
Chiropractic (Klro-prak-tlk) Is tho
Sclonco ot locating tho cause of dis
ease and tho Art of removing it by
adjusting tho splno, which rollovcs
prossuro on tho norves and allows
naturo's llfo-spark, or norvo onorgy, to
How freoly to and from tho brnln.
Tho cnuso ot dlseaso, ns tho Chiro
practor finds it, is a subluxation of ono
or moro of tho vortobroo which doo
croaso tho slzo of tho oponing through
which tho spinal norvos pass, and
implngo or press thorn, honco shut off
a portion of tho norvo supply to tho
organs or parts, and tho result will bo
dlseaso, deranged functional activity.
A normal norvo supply to any organ
or part of tho human body gonorates
normal function and maintains health.
In adjusting tho vortobrao to ro
lease tho prossuro, tho Chiropractor
uses and needs nothing but his hands.
Tho wholo object ot his work Is com
pleted when this prossuro is romoved.
Nature does tho curing. In somo cases
dally adjustments aro necessary for a
tlmo. In other casos, however, three
adjustments a weok will bring splen
did results. Tho Chiropractor should
bo tho Judgo as to tho frequency ot
"No matter how strango, unusual,
or oven opposed to established cus
tom or bollef an Idea may bo, if Us
claims provo to bo In harmony with
all tho essential facts concerning tho
subject to which tho Idea Is rolated,
it Is truo and valuable and should bo
nccoptetl." Investigate and lntorviow
F. II. Soubold, D. C., 1430 Stovons
Bldg., Chicago, and bo convinced.
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MICHAEL K. SHERIDAN.
Popular President of the Board of
Assessors Who Deserves Re-election
as Assessor on Hlo
native American, Mr. Sheridan, who
was born in Sterling, Illinois, has
lived in Chicago slnco 188S.
For twonty years ho was managor
ot tho shipping department of tho big
packing plant of Morris & Company at
tho Stock Yards. In 1912 ho wns ap
pointed deputy dork of tho Criminal
court and was elected mombor, of tho
Cook county board of assessors In tho
fall election of that year. In this
capacity ho sorvod two yoars us sec
retary of tho board and two years as
chairman, and during his entlro torm
his courso has been guided by an oyo
stnglo to tho wolfaro ot tho public,
fair play to tho taxpayors duty. Ho
now holds the position of obalrman
of tho board of assessors.
Mr. Sheridan received his education
In Sterling, Illinois, whoro ho grad
uated from tho publlo high schools.
Ho afterwards attended business col
lego nnd thus equipped ho started out
to faco tho world, and in tho world's
battlo has mot with groat success.
Mr. Shorldnu Is a mombor of tho
Knights of Columbus, tho Maccabees,
tho Loyal Ordor of Mooso, tho Irish
Fellowship Club, tho Englowood Pa
triotic Leaguo, tho Soldlors Belief So
ciety nnd Is an auxiliary mombor of
tho Stuto Council of Dofonso, Ho Is,
as wo havo said, a Domocrat from tho
ground up, and is now Domocratlo
ward committeeman from tho Thirty-
first ward. Ho was a mombor of ox
omptlon board No. 72 until Janunry
12, 1918, when Governor Lowdon ac
cepted his resignation which Mr.
Shorldan was obliged to tender so ho
v could attend to his official duties as
mombor of the board of assessors.
Mr. Sherlunn has tho distinction ot
bolng complimented upon tho fact
that his board ot oxemptlon had not
cost tho government a slnglo penny
for anything wlillo ho was a mombor
of that body, as ho furnished tho
clerk-hire, room, light, heat and
everything olso pertaining to tho
As stated nt tho outsot, Mr. Sheri
dan's term oxplres In tho coming fall.
Ho Is a candhlato, within tho lines of
tho Democratic organization, and If ho
Is nominated for ro-olectlon (which is
a cortalnty) ho will undoubtedly bo
roclcctod. Ho Is a man of qulot and
unassuming ways, and his candidacy
is bolng conducted in a qulot, dignified
way. As ho savs hlmsolf: "If tho
Democratic organization drafts mo
again tor ofllco I shall mako tho raco,
ond If elected shall servo. If I nm not
'drafted' by the party I shall bo found
working for tho regular candidate
nnd for oil tho roguiar candidates on
tho county ticket."
Mlchaol K. Shorldan Is nothing If
not a patriot. Ho has glvon his tlmo
and best efforts to his country over
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