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ntrd Saecnd Clatt Matter October 11, 1889, at the Pott office of Publication,
Offle t Chicago, Illinois, under Act of March 3, 1171. 179 W. Washington St., Chicago, III.
INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NONE.
Entered as Secend Class Matter October 11, 1880, at Mm
Office at Chicago, Illinois, under Act of March 3, 1I7.
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THIRTIETH YJCATt, NO.
GREAT MAM GONE
John P. Hopkins, the Best Mayor
Chicago Ever Had and Democratic
Leader, Passes Away in Death
Respected By All His Taking Away Makes
Great Void in the Political
World of Chicago
In tbo death of John P. HopklnB
Chicago lost a great man.
Ho wao a truo friend.
Ho was a real patriot.
Ho waa an upbullder.
Ho was sixty years old and his
death was unexpected. At tho bed
sido wero a number of rolatives and
intimato frlonds, including Roger C.
About two weeks ago ho contracted
an affection of tho throat, but thought
llttlo of it, and continued in tho proso
cutlon of his war work and business
affairs. Last Saturday influonza de
veloped, and on advlco of physicians
ho went to bed. As tho discaso pro
grossed thoro was violent heart reac
tion, and this resulted in his death.
Mr. Hopkins was a politician of
national noto and-stood high in 'the
councils of tho Domocratlo .party. Ho
served a mayor of Chicago during
1894 and 1895, filling tho unexpired
term of tho senior Carter H. Harri
son. For threo yours, from 1890 to 1892
Mr. Hopkins served as chairman of
tho Democratic campaign committee.
In 189G ho served as vico chairman
of tho national (gold) Democratic
committee-, and from 1901 to 190 ho
was chairman of tho Democratic stato
committee Ho was dolegato to tho
Democratic nutlonal convention threo
times, in 1892, In 1900, and In 1901.
Mr. Hopkins wns n solf-mado man.
Ho was born In Buffalo, N. Y Oct.
29, 18C8, and ciuno to Chicago in 1880
and obtained employment as a ma
chinist with tho Pullman Palnco Car
Company. Ho romalncd thoro until
18SS, when ho set up in business for
himself n b sccrotnry of tho Arcndo
Trading Company, which later bo
camo the Sccord mid Hopkins com
pany. Success attended nil of his enter
prises. Ho Inter boenmo n director
of tho Aurora Automatic Machinery
company, tho Chicago and Grout
Lakes Drodgo and Dock company, tho
Independent Pnoumntlc Tool company
and tho Consumers company.
Ono of tho big municipal issues in
which ho was involved was tho suc
cessful campaign for tho uunoxntlon
of Hydo Park, Lako, Cicero. Jefforson
ii ml Lako Vlow. Ho was chairman of
tho campaign committee Ho was as
sociated with Hogor Sullivan In many
Mr. Hopkins was u member of tho
Knights of Columbus, tho Chicago
Historical Society, tho Art Instituto,
tho Field Miiboum of Natural History,
tho Hlbllophilo Society of Uoston, tho
Amorlcan Irish Historical Soeloty.
Ho belonged to a uunibor of Chicago
clubs, among thorn tho Chicago Ath
letic, tho Mid-Day, ami tho South
Shore Country club.
Samuol Instill said concerning Mr.
"Mr. Hopkins wns ono of tho most
iudofntigablo workers tho Statu Coun
cil of Dofenso had, and I firmly ho
llovo that had It not been for his
wholo hearted and earnest dovotlon
to tho work of tho council ho would
bo allvo today."
"Ho was ono of tho biggest, truest
and host men I over know," snld
Ilogor Sullivan, who had known him
thtrty-flvo years. "Chicago has lost
a valimblo cltlzou and I huvo lost n
Six sisters survive Thoy nro Mrs.
Anna Lydon. Mrs. Mary Ilonllold, Mrs.
John A. McCormlck and tho Misses
Adolla, Julia and Kato Hopkins.
Chicago's traction question will ho
permanently removed from tho field
of politics through tho passsigo ot tho
I argest Wockly Crculatien Arocrtg
Pcoplo tS JrAitape oral Starting
$2 Per Year In Advance.
unification and subway ordinance tho
Civic federation stated this wcok
when urging all votors to support tho
ordlnanco at tho Novombor G election.
Tho federation Btatcd four reasons
why tho moasuro should bavo support.
It will tako tho traction ques
tion out of politics.
Tho pcoplo will get servlco at
Tho pcoplo will got good serv
ice Tho city will bo in a position to
tako over tho lines at any tlmo it
is financially able
Officials of tho Chicago real cstato
board yesterday sont out notices to
all membors ot tho board asking that
they get behind tho ordlnanco and
pllo tin a large, vote for irV-'Tho no
tices1 stated that a roal rapid transit
systom would materially aid in im
proving real cstuto conditions.
"Talk to your clients. Explain tho
ordlnanco to them," part of tho notlco
Tho Woman's Association of Com
mcrco also is making a clty-wido cam
pain to obtain favornblo votes for tho
ordinance Every organization in tho
city which favors tho ordlnanco is
sending out notlcos asking that all
tho citizens who liavo not roglsterod
do so on Tuesday, as fnlluro to do
this will mako thorn Inollgiblo to voto
on tho traction ordinance
Tho Elghty-sovcnth Street Improve
ment association adopted resolutions
favoring tho ordlnanco.
VOTE FOR P. A. NASH
The Best Qualified Candidate in
the Field for Member of the
Board of Review.
PntrlckA. Nash, who polled nioro
votes nt tho primary election than any
other candldnto on tho Democratic
ticket, deserves his popularity. Ho
has lived nil of his llfo in Chicago,
and Is ns ablo as ho is popular. Ho
should bo olected to tho Hoard of no
vlow. Voto for him.
Congressman A. J. Sahath of tho
Fifth District Is ono of tho most uko
1'ul mombors of tho National House of
Representatives. Ho Is a stalwart
supporter of President Wilson and a
wldcuwnko friend of every good man
and woman In hln district. Re el.ct
DENNIS J. EGAfi
Popular Democrat Should Be
Elected Chief Bailiff of the
Donnls J. Egnn, tho Democrntlo
nominee desorvos your voto for chief
bailiff of tho Municipal court. Ho Is
honest, ablo and painstaking, and In
every position ho has over hold has
served tho peoplo well. Voto for
VOTE FOR W. J. HEALY
Popular Republican Candidate for
Trustee of the Sanitary District
of Chicago Deserves Election.
William J. llealy has miulo a mag
nificent record as alderman from tho
Eighteenth ward. His work In tho
city council has boon commended bv
all bodies Interested In civic reform
and tho upbuilding of Chicago, This
year ho has been nominated by tho
Republican party for Trustco of tho
Sanitary District of Chicago. In tho
Interest of tho taxpayers ho should bo
elected. Ho is Intelligent, wido-nwnko
and honest. Voto for him and you will
novcr regret It.
The Bert Mayor Chicago
MANJWcANDREWS James McAudrows, ono of tho best
Congieshmen that Chlivgo ha- over
bad, doscrws the vote of owry citi
zen living In the Sixth District which
ho so ably rewc'seniH.
Congressman McAndivw.i is noted
tor .his courtosv, Industry and con
stant attention to tho weds of his
Thorn.'-, calliiiilur ha- made n
splondld record in conTis an re pre
sontiithc from tho Kiehth Dimlct
Ho should bo re-clot U-d unanl
VOTE FOR GIBBONS
Harry It. Gibbons, tho well known
box manufacturer and director in sev
eral banks, deserves to bo elected
county treasurer. Ho is honest, ablo
and progressive A heavy taxpayer
himself, ho will look after tho inter
ests of tho people. His only son is
with tho army in Franco, and threo
of his nophows nro fighting for Undo
Sam. Ho is tho most popular candi
date in tho field.
Six Defeated Republican Candi
dates Take Court Action.
Petitions for a recount In behalf of
six defeated Republican candidates in
tho recent primary wero filed Satur
day In Judgo Scully's court. Tho peti
tioners aro Androw Motzgcr, for coun
ty clerk, Morris Ellor for Criminal
Court clerk, Gcorgo E. Nyo for Pro
bato Court clerk, W. H. Wesby for
Municipal Court clerk, Georgo W.
Ellis for Municipal judgo and Alexan
der N. Todd for Sanitary District
No suggestion ot falsification Is
contained In tho petitions. It is
COLONEL JOHN P. HOPKINS,
Had; a True Friend and nn Honest
nioiely contended that thoro wore
certain "Ii regularities." Mistakes
may have been made, It Is suggested,
In copying. The hearing was set for
Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock bo
loie Judgo Scully.
Judgo Thomas V. Scully has mado
good as judgo of the County Court.
Ills ndmlnistiatlou has been frco
from scandal and has been forcoful
and useful to tho pcoplo. Tho elec
tions havo boon conducted under his
administration In a manner satisfac
tory to men of all parties, and the
i anlfold duties of this responsible
position have boon faithfully per
firmed by Tudgo Si till v so well and so
P rfectly that votors genornlly hollovo
that ho Is entitled to a re-election,
it I Olv WILL
Republican Candidate for Sheriff Will
Be Elected in November Beyond Any
Doubt People Are With Him
Thousands of Democrats and Independents Will
Mark Their Ballots for him to
Swell His Majority
Charles W Peters will bo tho noxt
sheriff of Cook County.
It flltncss for ofilco is tho guide for
voters to follow then ho will bo the
choice of the grent majority.
For over twenty-ftvo years Mr.
Peters has been tho assistant sher
iff or chief deputy ot tho sheriff's of-
Man, Who Has Passed Away.
Familiar with overy dotoil, trust
worthy and Inmost, ho lias virtually
run this great olfico under all ad
ministrations, whether tho Incumb
ent was Domoerntlu or Uopnbllcnu.
Mr. Peters has never br Yiro boon
a candldnto for nn elctlvo lice.
This tlmo ho was chosen at tho
greatest primary In party history by
tho rtepubllinn oters to lead the
thket at this eloctlon.
lie dchf-rvos to bo elocted and ho
will bo olectod.
lie will rocolvo thousands of
Democratic votos mid thousands of
liidepondent Mites In addition to . tbo
uuliod stiength ol' the Itopubllcau
VOTE FOR DAILOf
Jaiiics M Dalle who bus nuid- a
maBinflcent record ou the Sana 4"y
Board, Is a candidate for President
of tho Sanitary District at tho ap
proaching election. Voto for him.
Tho law requires that tho Presi
dent of tho Hoard bo also a Trustee
and ns Mr. Dalloy's namo appears
twice upon tho ballot, voters ubould
put a cross In front of his namo for
each of theso two offices.
JAMES M. WHALEN
He Deserves to Be Elected Clerk
of the Criminal Court.
Jam'.'O M. Whalon should bo elected
clerk ct tho CriniliiAi court. He' ',s
woll qualified for thrj position and in
noted for his courtoy to tho public
and his ability ns a public official.
Voto for him.
Voters of tho 27th Senatorial Dis
trict should roo to It that Senator
John Uroderlck Is ro-olected this Fall.
Senator Uroderlck Is ono of tho
best members of tho upper houso nt
Springfield and Is always watchful of
tho people's rights,
.Indue John .1. Koone, who made
a splendid record on the Municipal
Court bench, should bo returned to
Unit Ilonch in November.
lie proved lilmselt to be honest,
ablo and fearless In his former tonn.
Ho Is a candidate for Municipal
Judi- on tho Democratic' ticket.
oto for him.
City Council Should Regulate
Conuitions in the Loop.
Tin" t'li j Count II should p.ish an or
itiitaui'i' prohibiting peoplo from lolt
' iMig on the sldewulkh 111 the Loop.
I'l'di'-tnans should be compelled by
law to keep to tho rlht As things
uif at prcM-iii, without an mjim of
iemil.it Ion, muiio of the down town
-tivctH art almo-i impai-s-able
CASEY 8S GAINING
Popular Democrat Looming Up
Thomas Carey is rapidly coming
up us a formldoblo contouder for tho
Domocrntlc cnudldnto for mayor. Ills
frlonds nro busy In ovory ward and
Tom Is a great campaigner when ho
TO THE BUSINESS
HOUSES OF CHICAGO
The Chicago Liberty Loan Commit
tee is ery niUloiiH to stKiitv jour co
operation 111 iMNinu tho entlio city a
gala appearance throughout the re
nulndor of tln Lllu-nv Lean i am
p MKii wliic h do 0- Oi tnl i i 1'iih
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WHOLE NITMHBH 15 KJ
Oth, is Chicago day, it seems appro
prlato to havo all tho business houses
decorated by that tlmo nnd it is our
earnest wish that such decoration bo
left up for tho remainder of tho cam
paign. Wo expressly urge you to mako tho
largest possible display ot American
Hags, allied Hags, bunting, banners
with slogans and strenmors of all
kinds. Wo enclose selections ot slo
gans for ubo on banners and strongly
urge you to uso ono or more of them
In your decoration.
I know that wo can count on your
co-operation and that your firm will
tako proper steps to seo that your
place of business is appropriately and
fully decorated for tho balanco of tho
'UHli.itt.UfUlJllTY LOAN COM
MITTEE, Charles W. Folds, Chairman.
BY UNCLE SAM
Chicago brewers, distillers nnd Job
bers set an exnmplo for big business.
Though their business Is doomed
with the advent of prohibition, they
have "come through" with a total to
date of $l,3S7,8liu. Charles Hormin,
who lias been commanding tho divi
sion soliciting among the hrowors and
allied Interests, made a teport In de
tail and It Is expected to stir tho
trades that are showing apathy.
Here aro the figures In detail:
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was given out. In the Il00,(i0ii il.i
aro (irootiies & Ullrich and ltof ntu-iii
Dros (i Co. Flelsi'limann ioinp,in
In down for $7"i,0uu, and $'n),iuo i
willlen after Chat. Denui'hv .s. (
and tile Kteiibeu Count mo urn
What hold liavo tho taxis pnr on tin
nutliorltlos that they can run with
out let or hlndraneo? Too niini p.
pie nro being killed bv thorn.
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