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ES'rn ISHED OCTOBER S, 1889
lorporatfd filler the Ln of llllnoli.
h'ounJ.d by HK.M1Y F DONOVAN.
The Chtcaoo Eole, a newipaper
'or all clAties of reader, la devoted
to National, State and Local Pol.
Itlcsi to the publication of Mu
nicipal, State, County and San.
Itary District newi) to comment
on people In public Ufa; to clean
Baaeball and Sporti, and to the
publication of Oeneral Information
of Public Interest. Financial, Com.
merclal and Political.
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1918.
SLOGANS FOR THE FOURTH
It's Safo with Undo Sam.
Wear Your Old Clothes and Buy
Lend as They Fight.
Buy Liberty Bonds early, ami to
Put a bigger Service Star on your
Bombard the Bocho with Bonds.
Tho Soldier Gives; you must lend.
Buy Bonds or Wear Thorn.
Buy Over Here to Win Over There.
The More Bonds you buy tho Fewer
Boys Will Die.
Ho Buys Best who Buys Quickly.
Buy Your Bonds Now!
CONVERSION OF LIBERTY BONDS
By W. G.
McAdoo, Secretary of the
Tho prlvllego of convorslon which
aroso in consequenco of tho lsauo of
I i per cent bonds ot tho Third Lib
orty Loan will cxplro on November 9
and, under existing law cannot bo ox
tended or renewed. Holders of these
4 per cent bonds loso nothing by ex
orcising tho prlvllego of conversion
and gain per cent Interest per
annum. Holders ot 4 per cent bonds
should not wait until tho last mo-
mont to oxorclso tho prlvllogo of con
version, but proceed to do so prompt
ly. Delay will result In overburden
ing tho banking institutions ot tho
country and tho Troasury Depart
ment by making it necessary to ban
dlo all conversions at tho last mo
ment, and may result in tho loss ot
tho privilege ot conversion alto
gether. Holders of coupon bonds aro
strongly advised to request Issue of
Fegiaiered bonds lo protect them
selves against tho risk of loss, theft
and destruction of tholr bonds.
Omclal Department Circular No.
114, with forms of application, has
been distributed to Federal Reservo
banks and banks and trust companies
throughout tho United Stntes. Those
Institutions aro asked, as a matter of
patrlotlo sorvlco, to assist bond
holders In exchanging 4 por cont
bonds for 4'4 por cent bonds and In
registering thoir bonds.
THE FOURTH LIBERTY LOAN.
By Frank O. Lowden, Governor of
Tho authorities responsible for tho
Fourth Liberty Loan havo decided to
conduct tho campaign for this loan
through volunteers, whereby tho poo.
plo will bo asked to appear voluntarily
at the polls, or otner appropriate
place, on a day or days to bo ap
pointed, and to make thoir subscrlp
nona there for I.lborty Bonds.
I heartily approve of this plan nnd
urgo the peoplo of tho stato to respond
freely Tho glorious nows wo aro ro
reiving day by day from our boys on
tho battlo fronts reveals tho fact that
when volunteers aro askod for somo
desperate servlco, our soldiers aro
eager to respond Shall not our peoplo
at hnn e. whoso battles theso soldiers
nro fighting, with equal heartiness re
spond to this call for volunteers? I
am nuro they will if tho call can only
bo properly brought to tholr attention.
To this end it has boon requested that
'he ministers in all our churches on
next Sunday appeal to tholr peoplo to
give their hearty support to this vol
,ntecr campaign by going generally to
the places appointed for registering
heir subscriptions to tho loan
Judjo John R. Careny U dally
adding to hla popularity In Chicago
by hli aplendld record on th Mu
nicipal Court bench.
Secretary ot Stato Louis L. Emmer
son la making a flno record and many
friends by the ablo and efficient man
ner In which ho conducts bis great
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WHAT YOUR MONEY WILL DO FOR
YOUR FIGHTING FORCES.
Hero's what your ?G0 bond will buy:
Trench knives for a rlflo company.
Twonty-thrco hand grenades.
Fourteen rlflo grenndes.
Thlrtcecn cases of surgical Instru
ments for enlisted men's bolts.
Ten cases of surgical Instruments
for olllcer's bolts.
What a $100 bond will do:
Clotho n soldier.
Feed n soldier for eight months.
Provldo flvo rides.
Provldo thirty rlflo grenades.
Provldo forty-thrco hand grenades.
Provldo twenty-flvo pounds of ether
Buy 1 15 hot water bags.
Buy 2000 surgical needles.
Hero's what your $500 will furnish:
Bicycles for the headquarter com
pany of tin infantry regiment.
What a $1,000 bond will do:
Buy ono X-Hny apparatus outfit op
erating Instruments for a bnso hos
pital. Furnish pistols for nil men In a rlflo
Buy ono rolling kitchen (motor).
Provldo eight ration carts.
City Council Should Regulate
Conditions in the Loop.
Tho City Council should pass an or
dinance prohibiting peoplo from loit
ering on tho slduwalks in tho Loop.
Podestrlans should bo compelled by
law to keep to tho right. As things
aro nt present, without nny sort of
regulation, somo ot tho down town
streots aro almost Impassable.
Popular Democrat Looming Up
Thomas Caroy is rnpldly coming
up as n formidable contender for tho
Democratic candidate for mayor. His
friends nro busy in ovory ward and
Tom Is a groat campalgnor when ho
C. B. Willoy, president of tho big
C. L. Willey Company, Is ono of tho
solid men ot Chicago. Ho is patriotic,
progressive and public spirited.
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JOHN J. ROONEY,
Democratic Candidate for Judge of the Municipal Court.
Respected by Bench, Bar and Public.
Judgo Bornard P. Barasa has mado
a splendid record on tho municipal
court bench. Ho deserves tho votes
of all citizens, regardless of party.
Ho Is just, nblo and fearless, and at
tho rocont primary received moro
votes than any other Republican can
didate. IMPORTANT INFORMA
TION REGARDING REG
ISTRATION OF BONDS
Important Information concerning
tho registration of Liberty Loan bonds,
as given out by tho bond dopartmont
of tho Fodoral Hcscrvo Bank of Chi
cago contains tho following quotation
from a letter from tho Treasury do
partmont: "With roforenco to accepting sub
scriptions for bonds to bo registered
in tho namos of persons giving only
initials rather than tho full nnmo, I
linvo to say that It Is tho intent ot tho
Department, not for its own sako, but
for tho sako of holders ot registered
bonds, to hnvo thorn roglstercd in such
mnnnor an to onahlo tho mild holders,
or thoir logal representatives, to dis
pose of thorn in tho simplest and
readiest manner. Bonds issued to
women under thoir initials, or undor
tho initials of their husbands, aro not
rondlly transforablo in case ot tho
death of tho holder.
"Though letters of administration
would bo issued In tho logal namo of
tho deceased, mid tho bonds would ho
Inscribed In hor namo, under hor In
itiate, or thoso of hor husband, as tho
caso might bo. Tho letters ot admin
istration and tho bonds would not
ngroo as to tho namo, and thoroforo
tho administrator of Mrs. Sarah A.
Smith, say, would havo to provo that
sho and Mrs. Thomas W. Smith (or
Mrs. S. Smith) woro ono and tho same
person. It Is to avoid troubles of this
character that tho Department has In
sisted on receiving tho legal namo of
portions subscribing for registered
"Of courso, tho Dopartmont cannot
rofuso to Ihsiio bonds undor Initials if
tho partlos Interested Insist upon It,
but It Is roquostod that you, in all
cases where it is possible Insist on
receiving tho full names of persons
subscribing for roglstercd bonds."
John Lnssor, whoso big establish
ment nt 1007 to 1011 Altgold stroet
turns out tho famous Allluarte water,
is the leading ginger alt, soda water,
root beer and soltzer dealer in tho
HERO OF REMARKABLE ESCAPE
Sergt. Pilot K. T. lluckley of Chicago
whose lmreriH llvo In Kllbounu', III., Is
buck In America after nomo 'M months
if servlco In tho isroiit wnr, topped off
with ciiptnrv by tho Huns mid u n
iniirkuhU1 escape from tholr jtrlson
U was on Jiimmry '2, 1010, that
Buckley, then freli fr tho I'nlvorxl-
l.v of IIIIiioIm, Joined the Foreign Lo
glon of Franco with tho Intention of
qualifying us u ilyor. After u thorough
course In n French nvlutltui school he
wim uxolgned to Ntingosxcr'N Iravellng
"iliimlroii, known ni i:n-iidrlllo Spud,
which corroHponded to the (lot mini
traveling circus headed by tho Into
Huron Hlchthofen. Ho mid lite French
comrades ulillo ultiicheil lo the I.u
fn.elto Hying corps liml n roving com
mteslon which took them uhmg tho
western front, but It was In I ho Ver
dun region that the American volun
teer wiih to meet the biggest e.Mierl-
enco of lite life. On .September II hint year ho wiih brought down In u light with
throe German planes, ono of which ho clashed. Ik was luken to a Oerniuii
prison ramp wounded. U was foil badly nnd treated with studied cruelly
because ho was an American volunteer In the French army. Ho nmtlo three
efforts to escape, but each lime was cntight on the Swiss frontier or before ho
leached It. On thu fourth occasion he also was stopped by a Gorman sentry,
but he five battle with a pocket knife anil escaped.
LORD MILNER, WORKER
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worker, although lite own tastes ure Indicated by thu fact that nt Oxford ho
was pre-eminently thu llrst scholar of his class, despite the fact that brilliant
men, Including Mr. Asqulth, wero In opposition.
NEW AMBASSADOR TO BRITAIN
When President Wilson selected
John W. Davis of West Virginia to
succeed Walter Illne.s Pago as ambas
sador to Great III Itaiu there was con
siderable surprise but not a slnglu ad
verse crltlrteui, nf tho appointment.
Thu iiiiiimiiictinen' was mado Just as
Mr. Davte,r wlifSvurf then solicitor gen
eral of tho United States, arrived In
Switzerland to serve as the head of
tho Amerkuu delegation at the Berne
conference between American and Ger
man missions on tho treatment and
exchango of prisoners of war.
Since he wont to Washington sev
en years ago as a member of congress
from the Flist West Virginia district,
.Mr, Davis has been nn active figure In
tho capital. Ho was elected to succeed
himself In tho house, hut hardly had
begun his second term when President
Wilson appointed him solicitor gen
eral In August, 1013.
Mr. Davis Is forty-live years old.
Beginning life as n lawyer In his hoinu town
ntlng at tho Washington and Leo university
became prominent In Democratic politics.
ITALY'S WARRIOR PRINCE
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POPULAR PAT HARRISON
When James 1C. Vnrilainan retires
from the senate, refused another term
mainly because of. his war record, ho
will bo succeeded by ono of tho most
popular members of tho present housu
of representatives, who also Is ono of
tho best-liked men In his stnte Missis
sippi. Pat llarrlMin is tho man, and
his name really Is Just Pat, If thu
Congressional Directory Is to bo rolled
upon, lie carried tho stato against
Vardaman In thu prlmurles with ease,
and that Is equivalent to election, of
Mr. Harrison wn? born In Crjstnl
Springs, Mlm on AiiRWt '-'. 1S81, and
received lite education Jn tho public
schools of Unit town anil tho Loulslann
Stale university. Then ho took up the
practice of law, and for bx years he
served as district attorney of his dis
trict, comprising six counties. In 1010
he resigned to accept thu nomination
to the SlMy.second congress, nnd has
been a member of'the lower houso over .since. He hu3 been a hard-working
member, too, and has served on linportttut committees.
I i up HI IMHMWI
On the ono occasion It wnH but a
few weeks ago when Lord Mllner has
siihiiiltteil to nil Interview, I hail gone
o him greatly Impressed by the high
irlvllege granted me, and, somehow,
peetod something rather formidable,
I'Mwnril Marshall writes In London An
wers. I found nothing of the sort, but
i tall man, very approachable, very
iiiuuih, ready to answer "leading quos
Ions" If ho thought replies to them
vould further International under
(landing. That Is tho Impression which he
nukes that of the very highest typo
if public servnnt. In the best sense
if tho word, lite governmental work alt
urn been service that of a man caring
very little, If anything at all, for place
nnd power, hut above all things to be
of value to tho empire. He never has
conceded anything to ense; bis close
associates declare he never thinks
about himself. Ills heart Is with tho
of Clarksburg, W. Va after gradu
and tho University of Virginia, he
The youngest boy ofllclnlly fight
ing at thu front with thu allies Is the
'ourleeu-yeur-old Prlnco Umberto of
Ah long ago as 1010, when ho wnn
inly twelve, the prlnclpo dl Piedmont
vns a familiar llguru at thu Italian
irmy headquarters, but liu was there
then only ns a privileged visitor. When
Italy was Invaded, howuver, the desire
of tho heir to the throne, to Join tho
colors could no longer bo refused.
While ho has not been permitted
to run Into great danger, ho Ih seeing
actual military service and Is experi
encing many phabes of tho war at first
Humbert Nltliolus Thomas Jean
Mnrlc to give lilin his full namo In
Knglteh Is tho only son of King Vic
tor Ihnmanuel. Ho Is head of tho
Young Kxploreru of Italy, n body that
corresponds to tho boy scouts In
America. Ho has gone up In airplanes,
sulled boats, shot at wild boars and
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THE COMMON COUNCIL
Full List of Aldermen Compos
ing the Governing Body of
the City of Chicago.
Following ar tho names of the- al
darmon composing the City Council:
1 John J. Coughlln Dom.
Michael Kenna Dom.
2 Itobert R. Jackson Rop.
Louis B. Andorson Rop.
3 U. S. Schwartz Dom.
Gcorgo F. Illff Dom.
4- John A. Rlchert Dom.
David R. HIckoy Dom.
C Robort J. Mulcahy Dom.
Josoph B. McDonough Dom.
C Willis O. Nanco l.Rop.
A. A. McCormlck Rop.
7 Guy Gucrnsoy Rop.
William R. Fotzor Rop.
8 Martin S. Furman Dom.
Ross A. Woodhull Dom.
9 Sholdon W. Govlor Dom.
Charles V. Johnson Soc.
10 Jamos McNIchols Dam.
Frank Klaus Dom.
11 Herman Krumdlck Dom.
13. F. Cullorton Dom.
12 Josoph I. Novak Dom.
Otto Kornor Dom.
13 John G. Horno Dom.
Thomas J, Ahem Dom.
14 Josoph H. Smith Dom.
Gcorgo M. Maypolo Dom.
1G Oscar H. Olson...'. Rop.
Edward J. Kalndl Dom.
10 John A. PlotrowskI Dom.
Stanley II. Kunz Dom.
17 S. S. Walkowlak Dom.
Stanloy Adamklowlcz Dom.
18 M. P. Kavanngh Dom.
John J. Tuohy Dem.
19 James B. Bowlor Dom.
John Powors Dom.
20 Matt Franz Dom.
Henry L. Pick Dom.
21 Earl J. Walkor Rop.
Robort H. McCormlck Rop.
22 John II. Baulor Dom.
William P. Ellison Dom.
23 Walter P. Stoffon Rop.
Thomas O. Wallace Rop.
24 John Hadorlotn Dom.
Frank F. Roodnr Dom.
2D Frank J. Link Rop.
Henry D. Capltaln Rep.
2G Gcorgo Pretzol Rep.
William P. Llpps Rop.
27 Oliver L. Watson Rop.
John C. Kennedy Soc.
28 Max Adamowskl Dem.
Harry B. Littlor Rop.
29 Thomas F. Byrne Dom.
John Hruboc Rop.
30 William R. O'Toolo Dom.
Wm. J. Lynch Dem.
31 Tcrronco F. Moran Dom.
Jamos A. Long Dom.
32 John II. Lylo Rep.
Albert J. Fisher Rep.
33 Albert O. Andorson Rop.
Irwin R. Hazon Rop.
34 John Toman Dem.
Joseph O. Kostnor Dom.
35 'Thomas J. Lynch Dom.
John S. Clark Dom.
DON'T LET HUN PEACE TALK .DISSUADE
YOU FROM BUYING MORE LIBERTY BONDS.
IF EVER THERE WAS A TIME FOR BUYING
LIBERTY BONDS, THAT TIME IS NOW.
Don't say "I can't afford it." Don't even think of such a
What would you think if our hravc hoys over there would
lay down their arms and say "Wc can't afford to fight"?
Answer that !
If you mortgaged everything you owned to make a per
fectly safe investment, you would not he equaling a millionth
part of the sacrifices our hraves arc making for the cause
of Democracy. And you know it.
BUY MORE LIBERTY BONDS
AND DO IT TODAY
This space is contributed to tho winning of tho war by tho
Scotch Woolen Mills
ADAMS, HALSTED and GREEN STS. CHICAGO, ILL.
Clerk of the Probate Court,
ERATION OF LABOR
President John Fltzpntrick. '
Vlco President Oscar P. Nelson.
Secretary Edward N. Nockcls.
Financial socrotary, Fred G. Hopp.
Treasurer, Thomas P. Kennedy.
Reading clork, William S. McClona
than. Sorgcant at arms, E. A. Schroodor.
Following aro commlttco appoint
ments: Exccutlvo board: John C. Minor,
Annlo Fitzgerald of Women's Union
Labor League, Elizabeth Moloney ot
Waitresses' union, J. A. Train, C. M.
Mndson, Timothy Mcary, John Car
roll, Charles Dold, Tobias Hcllman,
Albert Peterson, C. A. Robinson,
James Loughrldgo and John Klkulskl.
Legislative commlttco: C. A. Pcnoo,
Stovo Sumner, V. A. Vnnco, Joseph
Morton, Honoro Jaxon, Wm. Boyen,
A. C. Andorson, John Molstcr, Mark
Delegates to Illinois Federation of
Labor: Gertrudo Stootzol, Anna Stag
hago, II. Hammond, William Qucsso,
J. Harold, Ben Parkor, Gcorgo May,
James Brown, Dnn Rlordon, John Wal
ters, C. M. Madson and J. Forrls.
Flnanco commlttco: M. B. Phillip,
Gortrudo Stootzol, EUzaboth Malonoy.
Dolcgntcs to American Fcdoratlon of
Labor: Emmott T. Flood, Barnoy
Borlyn, R. G. Fotchll and John Man
gen. Pay $3
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
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and vastly increased
Over 600,000 Olivers sold.
If any typewriter is worth
$100, it is this splendid new
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A representative will show you
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