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Entered at Seeend Claea Matter October 11, 1M, at I
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THIRTIETH YKAll, NO.
Popular Business Man, Box Maker and
Bank Director Will Be the Next
County Treasurer Sure
His Many Friends in Both the Big Parties and
Patriotic Citizens Will Elect Him
Harry It. Gibbons Is n grout mun.
Everybody who knows him will tostl
fy to that.
Hg 1h honost, popular and ablo,
Ho will mako n grcut County
Vote for him.
JOHN P. HOPKINS.
An Appreciation by P. J. O'Keeffe.
Seldom, indeed, even In tho history
of this great metropolis has Micro been
given to Chicago a man of such parts
as John P. lloqklns.
In any field ho would havo been n
success;, tjr- elements wore hjv mixed
In him Unit tlio coucroto expression
was unusually great hero, Indeed,
mlkht naturo stand up and say to all
tho world, thoro Is a ninnl
Ho was modest; humility is tho
handmaid of greatness. Ho was si
lent; charity never Is effusive. He
was bravo; friendship Is not the fibre
of a coward.
Ho, above any ono who over graced
tho mayoralty chair, was of a typo
worth while to Chicago from his pen
camo tho endorsement of tho llrst
track eloviition oidinanco; ho gave
tho people moro than they thanked
him for then, but ho looked not for
public applauso whon ho know what
he ought to do ,to protect life cs
John P. Hopkins In political Ufa
had and held moro Individual friends
than any ono man In Illinois over
had, with tho possible exception of
Lincoln and Grant; In tho cuso of
Hopkins, too, tho friends needed no
purchase prlco savo the affection thoy
held and tho loyalty thoy know re
posed In the man (hey lovod.
John 1. Hopkins was not vindictive;
that so-called duality belongs to
small boro Individuals -Hopkins was
a giant in prlnclplo and he uocr hit
below tho belt. Ho may not forget
but ho freely forgave; ho was n bene
factor to homo who reviled him.
"John Hopkins" was an Ideal man
in physique; he was moro Ideal in
his kindly way. Tho Creator moulded
him majestically and hiimlHomcly, but
tho greator mould was tho heart;
(heroin John Hopkins was a master
piece. In truth, Indeed, his impress
was stupendous and it will livo long
as It should and until the friends
once moro forogathor iu tho softor
sward boyond tho broad rlvor, where
we pray and hopo and beliovo our
beloved friend has found peaco.
VOTE FOR P. A. NASH
The Best Qualified Candidate in
the Field for Member of the
Board of Review.
Patrick A. Nash, who polled moro
votes at the primary election than any
other candldato on tho Democratic
ticket, deserves his popularity. Ho
has lived nil of his llfo in Chicago,
and is as ablo as ho Is popular. Ho
should bo elected to tho Board of Re
view. Voto for him.
VOTE FOR W. J. HEALY
Popular Republican Candidate for
Trustee of the Sanitary District
of Chicago Deserves Election.
William J, Healy has mado a mag
nificent record as alderman from the
Eighteenth ward. His work in tho
I argest Widy Gtaktim Am
S2 Per Year In Advance.
city council has been commended by
all bodies interested in civic reform
and the upbuilding of Chicago. This
year ho has been nominated by tho
Hcpubllcnn party for Trustee of tho
Sanitary District of Chicago. In tho
interest of tho taxpayers ho should bo
elected. Ho Is Intelligent, wldo-awako
and honest. Vote for him and you will
never regret It.
DENNIS J. EGAN
Popular Democrat Should Be
, Elected Chief Bailiff of the
Municipal Couvf. '
Dennis J. Egon, tho Democratic
nomlnco, desorvos your voto for c'llef
bailiff of tho Municipal court. Ho is
honest, able and painstaking, and in
ocry position ho has over held has
served tho people well. Voto for
VOTE FOR GIBBONS
Harry II. Gibbons, tho well known
box manufacturer and director in sov
oral banks, desorvos to bo elected
county treasurer. Ho Is honest, nblo
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 thruo
of his nophowB nro fighting for Undo
Sam. Ho is tho most popular candl
dato In tho flold.
JAMES M. WHALEN
He Deserves to Be Elected Clerk
of the Criminal Court.
Jomes M, Wholen should bo elected
clerk of the Criminal court. Ho is
well qualified for tho position nnd is
noted for his courtesy to tho public
and his ability as a public olllclal.
Voto for him.
VOTE FOR DAILEY
James M. Dalloy, who has made n
magnificent record on tho Sanitary
Hoard, is a candldato for President
of tho Sanitary District at tho ap
proaching oloction. Voto for him.
Tho law requires that tho Presi
dent of tho Board be also a Trustee,
and as Mr. Dalloy's namo appears
twice upon tho ballot, voters should
put a cross In front of his name for
each of those two offices.
Judgo John J. Hoonoy, who mado
a splendid record on tho Municipal
Court bench, should be returned to
that Bench In November.
Ho proved himself to be honest,
able and fearless in his formor term.
Ho is a candldato for Municipal
Judgo en tho Democratic ticket.
Voto for him.
Judgo Thomas F, Scully has mado
good as Judgo of tho County Court.
His administration has been freo
from scandal and has been forceful
and useful to tho people Tho elcc-
lions have been conducted under hla
administration in a manner satisfac
tory to men of nil parties, and tho
manifold duties of this responsible
position havo been faithfully per
formed by Judgo Scully so well and so
perfectly that voters generally bollovo
that ho Is entitled to a re-election.
CAREY IS GAINING
Popular Democrat Looming Up
Thomas Caroy is rapidly coming
up as a formidablo contender for tho
Democratic candldato for mayor. His
friends aro busy in every ward and
Tom is a great campaigner when ho
Chester A. Phillips & Co., tho well
known sales engineers, in tho Old
Colony Building, have a national repu
tation for efficiency and square- deal
ing and no concom in tho country
furnishes hotter locomotives, steam
shovols, excavators, locomotive cranos,
railway cars, steel rails, railroad
power, mining, shipbuilders and con
GREAT FIGHT FOR
BOARD OF REVIEW
Ho was born In Chicago in 1S7S.
Graduated from public schools of
Chicago and Northwestern University.
Attended Chicago-Kent College of
Practiced dentistry for fourteen'
Was appointed Smoke Inspector by
Mayor Thompson in 1915. During tho
shortago of fuel, worked with tho,
Stato Fuel Administration for con;
servatlon of coal.
Member of tho Hamilton club, South
Shore Country club, Press club, Chi
cago Yacht club, Petroleum club; be
longs to Iloulovnrd Lodge, A. F. and
A. M Mcdlnah Temple, and other
Masonic bodies; Odd Fellows, Nation
al t'nlon, Loyal Order of Moose, and
other fraternal organizations.
Is married nnd resides nt 13315 West
Has lived In the Town of Lako for
over thirty years.
Daniel J. McMahon, candldato for
Municipal Judgo was bom in Green
County, 111.; 55 years of ago; attended
tho District, Parochial and 'High
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HARRY R. GIBBONS,
Democratic Candidate for County Treasurer.
schools at or near Currollton, 111.: at
tended St. Ignatius Collego from 1S81
to 1883; member of faculty of that
collego 'from 1SS3 to 1S87; doputy
County Clerk assigned to Courts, pro
sided over by Judgos Richard Pron
dorgast and Frank Scales respective
ly, from 1888 to 1893; has degree of
LL. D. from St. Ignatius Collogo; was
admitted to tho bar In 1893 and has
been engaged in civil practlco in the
state and fcdornl courts; associated
with Frank L. Chcnoy, who has been
his law partnor for 25 years; was
General Counsel for tho Hoard of
Education from 1S98 to 1903; has al
ways taken nn active part in politics
and public affairs,
Tho Commlttco of Bar Association
appointed to roport on candidates for
nomination for Judicial ofTlco has this
to say of Mr. McMahon;
"His Integrity, professional stand
ing, temperament nnd experience,
qualify him for tho ofneo."
PETERS WILL WIN
llepublican 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 the next
sheriff of Cook County.
If jflltness for omco is tho guide for
voters to follow then ho will bo the
choice of tho great majority.
For over twenty-five years Mr.
Potcrs has been tho assistant sher
iff or chief deputy of the sheriff's of-
Fnmiliar with every detail, trust
worthy and honest, ho has virtually
run this great ofllco under all ad
ministrations, whether tho incumb
ent wns Democratic or Republican.
Mr. Potcrs has never bp'oro boon
a candldato for an elective Tlco.
This timo ho was chiton nt tho
proatest primary in party history by
the Republican voters to lead tho
ticket at this eloction.
Ho deserves to bo elected and he
will be elected.
' Ho will rocoivo thousands of
Democratic votes and thousands of
independent votes in nddltion to tho
united strength of tho Republican
Judgo Bernard P. Burasa has made
"tk " cknts'
a splendid record on tho municipal
court bench. Ho deserves tho votes
of all citizens, regardless of party.
Ho is Just, ablo and fearless, nnd nt
tho recent primary received moro
votes than any other llepublican can
didate. VOTE FOR REINBERG
The best president that the County
Board over had Is Peter Rclnberg.
Voters or the .7th Senatorial DIs
ti let should M'e to it that Senator
John Uroderlik is re elected this Fall.
Senator Ilrodtrth Is one of tho
best immUrs of the upper house at
Sprlnvield and i ulwus watchful of
tin- people's rights.
Congressman A J Subuth of the
Fifth District Is one of tho most use
ful members nt the National House of
Representatives He Is n stalwatt
supporter of President Wilson and u
wideawake friend of every good man
and woman in hi- ill-trlet. Reelect
MANJMcANDREWS James Mi ndiew-, oiu of the be-t
('oiigit'ssiiie' tli.it ('hluipo hu ever
had. deserves the vole of even clti-s-in
living In tin- Sixth IiMrlrt which
lif so ably represents.
Congressman Mi-Andrew Is noted
for his conrttsv, ludustr. .nid eon-
stunt attention to the needs ot his
Thomas Gallagher has made u
splendid record In Congress as repre
tentative from the Eighth District.
He should be roelected unani
mously. SIDEWALK ORDI
City Council Should Regulate
Conditions in the Loop.
The City Council should pass nn or
dlnnnco prohibiting peoplo from loit
ering on tho sldownlks In tho Loop.
Pedestrians should bo compollod by
law to kcop to tho right. As things
aro at present, without any sort of
regulation, sonio of tho down town
streets are almost Impassable.
Loud Demand That Finest East
and West Street on North Side
Be Made a Boulevard.
Addison street, tho longost, widest
nnd best stroot running east nnd west,
north of tho Chicago river, should ho
mado a boulovard. It is freo from
WJ IOLE N UMVE1 1 5 M
street car tracks nnd Is tho only real
boulovard street lefts and connects
thrco park systems.
Formor Alderman P. F. Hayncs nnd
City Treasurer Clayton F. Smith do
servo thanks for tho good work thoy
aro doing for Addison boulovard.
WATER METER GRAFT
The health and pockctbooks of tho
people arc again menaced.
The water meter promoters ure
at It again.
This time n section of tho dally
press Is backing tho scheme
Water meters mean less water.
I.chs watvr moami poor health
Water meters nro costl).
They are unnecessary.
The man who proposes water me
ters at this time Is a traltoi to the
TION REGARDING REG
ISTRATION Or BONDS
Important information concerning
tho registration of Liberty Loan bonds,
as given out by tho bond department
of the Federal lleservo Dank of Chi
cago contains tho following quotation
from a letter from tho Treasury de
partment: "With leferenco to accepting sub
script Ions for bonds to bo loglhtcrei.
In the names of persons giving onl
Initials rather than thn lull name, I
liavo tn say that it Is the Intent of tin
Department, not for Its own sake, hut
for tin h.iko of holders of ri'glstcreii
Jionds. to have them registered in stub
in. inner u to enable the said lioldi i
ot- their legal ruprewuntntives, to dh
pose of them iu the simplest .1 11 .
readiest mamiei. llomls Issued t'
women under their Initials, or unilei
the Initials of their husbands, are not
leadlly trunsferulilu In cube of tin
death of tho holder.
'Though lettois of admlnMratlou
would be IhMtieil lu tho logal name 01
the deceased, and tho bonds would lit
Inscribed lu her namo, under her In
Itlals. or those of hor husband, n- 'he
ease might be Tho letters ot ndnun
Isiratliiti and tho bonds would not
agree as to the name, and therefore
the administrator of Mrs. Sarah A
Smith, sa, would have tn prove that
she anil Mrs Thomas W. Smith lor
Mrs S. Smith) were ono und tho same
person. It Is to avoid troubles of thl
churacter that (he Department has In
sifted on leeelving tho legal name of
persons subscribing for registered
"Of course, tho Department cannot
refuse to Issue bonds under Initials if
Hid parties interested Insist upon It,
but It Is requested that ou. In nil
cases where It is possible, Insist on
receiving the full names of persons
subscribing for registered bonds "
John Lasser, whoso big establish
ment nt 1007 to 1011 Altgeid street
turns out tho famous Allinaris water,
Is the leading ginger alt, soda water,
root beer and soltzer deolor in tha
Secretary of stato Louis L. Emmer
son is making a flno record and many
friends by the nblo and ofllclent man
ner In which ho conducts his groat
Ureett WmM? Grcubtka
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