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HENRY F. DONOVAN, Editor nd PuMiilier
Emrfd a S.nit CImi Matter October
11 i at the Ict Offlcr it Chlcnco, till
noia unter A" Mfctl I, 1J?
EStHI1SHED OCTOBER S. 1839
orpnritd ttijr the 'Am of Hanoi
The Chicago Eagle, a newipaper
for all clastes of readers, It devoted
to National, State and Local Pol
Itleit to the publication of Mu
nlclpal. State, County and San
itary District newt) to comment
en people In public life! to clean
Bateball and Sports, and to the
publication of Oeneral Information
of Public Interest. Financial, Com
merclal and Political.
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1918.
In tho Sanitary District of Chicago,
nil of tho employe in tho technical
departments, Including tho engineer
ing, electrical development and Hold
divisions, are to he retained 'auto
matically. "These men will not he dlstuibed in
their existent positions until moro
practical and available men Hlioll have
offered themselves and shall have
demonstrated their ability through
examinations given hy tho department
heads," was tho statement mndo by
George V. I'aullln, trustee of tho dis
trict, who Is now tho chairman of the
employment committee of the district.
The last legislature failed to pnss a
civil son Ice act that would have
placed all of the employes of tho sani
tary district under tho merit law sys
tem. "The effect of the program thut has
been agreed to," Trustee I'aullln snld,
"Is to preserve practically Intnct tho
force of experienced employes that
hns been built up during the Inst ten
cars There Is no doubt, for in
stance, that George 51. Winner, tho
chief engineer, v. Ill remain in that
post Thero will bo fow If any
changes In any of the technical de
partments." Thero has been repented tulle and
gossip that between -t.Oou anil 5.000
positions within the snnltaiy district
were at staho In tho recent election
nnd tho popular political supposition
has been that at least 1,000 places nro
now "on tho plo counter."
' Tho facts are quite to tho con
trary," Trustee I'aullln said. "At tho
outsldo .'.00 positions, all of which aro
clerical or connected with tho dis
trict's police department, nro to be
considered as 'patronage.' The police
department was Increased materially
during the war, us u measure of pro
tection jo tho snnltary district's prop
ert That force will bo reduced lm
medlntoly." f Arch Williams is slnted to be
como head of tho legal department
of tho sanitary district, It was learned
esterdny. and will succeed Kdmund
D Alcock, shortly after Jan. 1 or as
riulcldy thereafter us ho can closo up
Lis on lnw business. Mr. Alcock Is
to ho rotnlned as consulting attorney
1th Mr. Williams ponding settlement
of 'ho litigation now In progress In tho
f -deral courts and boforo tho wnr do
larfmrnt with respect to tho How ago
phtu that tho district may possess
f'.ittns to I.alto Michigan.
If Is understood that Mr. Alcoclc had
ini.f uteri his Intention of withdrawing
,n thief attornoy, prior to tho olee-
i n and that his resignation would
hu iieon tondered rngnrdlesH o( tho
t union result. Mr. Alcock is u
i ii ot rat. Mr. Williams Is a Uopub-
sun, recognized as one of tho
I), n. i-n Wost lendors In tho Third
it Is understood that no arrange-
n'M hao been made as to tho chief
irfihip. John McGlllcn. Democrat,
reported, will romaln during
' of January pending the roinplo-
i .i of the district's budget
number of f hit ago banks base
ugi fd to. lend the board of erinta
i.r. $i,,000,000 for running expense
' ; noxt April, wht-n tho tax monoy
- I ., coming In Already IGmi.OOO
i i been advanced, so the teachers
an havo their pay before Christmas.
Thi details of tho loan have not bcon
'ii .ded on. according to George M.
Uf.nolds, representing tho bankers.
Tn' board of education will issue tax
.it'll ipatlon warrants as security
Tho Oliver typewriter Ja praised by
all who have used it.
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Former City Treasurer, Talked of for Mnyor.
UNCLE SAM AFTER
COLD STORAGE MEN
Reports that cold storage men arc
withholding supplies of butter and
eggA for u jump in pi Ices as soon as
the food administration's regulations
nro abrogated was under Investiga
tion by sslstaut United States Dis
trict Attorney Dickinson. Grocers as
sert, according to Mr, Dickinson, that
It Is nlmost Impossible for them to
purchaso cold storage butter and eggs
despite largo holdings reported by tho
But government regulations on
these food commodities are not to bo
lifted, according to Itobcit Stevenson.
Jr . deputy food administrator for
Illinois. He received a tologram from
Washington yesterday directing that
all regulations on butter, eggs and
poultry bo continued.
Cheaper Hour is seen In the lifting
of regulations governing the milling
of wheat, but a coi responding In
crease In price of milk products
doubtless will follow. Willi tho can
celing of tho regulations tho price of
mill feeds Immediately Hhot upward.
A roport from Hchlderc, 111,, states
that milk proriuccrn of that section
hnvo withdrawn from the Milk Pro
ducers' association ns n result of dis
satisfaction over cooperative plan of
DAR FOR 1919
Jan. 27, 1010. Plrst day to Illo pri
1'eb. 1 Heglstiatlon for I'ebruury
Fob. :. 191U--Last day for llllng
Kcl. o nnd i', Canvnxs bj clciks.
Fob 25 Primary for city olllces.
March 1. 1019 Last day to Illo with
tho "ounty clork Independent peti
tions for Judge of lh Suporlor court
of Cook county and commls.rionor of
park district i.
Maroh 7, 1919 I-nst day to Illo with
tho city clerk Independent petitions
for mayor, city treasurer, city clork,
Judgo of municipal court (to 111! vn
cancj). anil aldermen.
Murch 11 Registration for city
Apill I City election and Iho elec
tion of one Suporlor court Judge In
J u of 'be vf-rj tieot Alriennen u
ll.fi Clt Council. Is Kdwiii'l V Culler
'on Up lini Ken lon!tt i-j the public
sorvlcp of any member of tho City
Council and his usefulness to the peo
ple has been demonstrated over and
President of the Illinois
ifev . .for s 3&Ehni aW&
"Shall the public utilities commis
sion bo abolished or shall the com
mission bo continued as advisory only
and the cities allowed to conduct their
own activities" hi a problem that Is be
ing thrashed out ut tin llfth nnuuitl
meeting of the Illinois Municipal
league that began a two days' session
In the Hotel IiSalle.
The general sentiment of the thirty-eight
nmyors of riownstuto cities
anl towns, and of members of the Illi
nois legislature and attorneys for
cities at the day suasion was that tho
commission should be continued, but
with cut tailed authnilty and respon
sibility. At the uunual banquet of
tho league last night, this sentiment
win further Indorsed by the uftor-dln-ncr
At the closing session of tho con
vention today n lesolutton will bo
adopted, It van said at tho banquot
last night, asking tho coming state
leglshttmo to amend tho law or enact
u now one whereby cities will bo giv
en eeitnln privileges that aro now ox
crclscil hy the utilities commission.
WANT MORE PAY
Technical englneeis nio up In arms
over what Isloimod the iihabhy treat
ment accoided thum In tho way of
snlnihM by tho clt.i of Chicago.
In a letter of protiMi addressed to
Mn or Thompson by tho Amoilcnu As
sociation of Knglnecrs through Its
Chliuuo chapter, attention U called to
the fact that It U now almost tho gen
eral tule In the city sen Ice that tho
clt) engineers are paid lens than tho
union lab;r Journeymen woikeis un
The letter, which bears the approval
of the oNecutlvi) commltteo of tho
American association nnd the signa
ture of Robert V. Sholmlre, secretary
of tho Chicago branch, iccltcs tho fact
that city salaries of engineers hnvo
not been Increased for almost twenty
A scale of salarleu for tho vnilous
grades of onglneeia in the city service
In locommonded. Tho engineers' snl
nry request amounts lo a general In
cieaso of about 50 per cent.
Judge Thomas T, Scully has mado a
spleorild record In tho County CourL
The people havo confidence In hlra
and their confldonco has ucvor boon
misplaced, either when tho Judge waa
on tho Municipal bonch or In hU pres
ent responsible position.
Petroleum Products Company.
"- 'H l wHlim'mm'.lvmrminrvnnltfvarit
Ciipt. II. H. ,piirt lin ielgneil
(ii "Upeilntetuleiil or tin uerliil null'
vervlcu tilnl fleni'iinl' a t'iiiimf.-4iiitfi
'nvetlK.itli)ii. lh iiituxc Posiiii;iii
GelleUll ItllllcMili or IiiiMII liirili'wl
tin new nerlul mail .ervlce, of nelng
"aboui to Hiiut mi ii gienl wnsfo nr
imhlli uiiini'.v," nr phniiilim to ihwnri
the great tiltphiui' progiiiin of the
illinj. null .if plnclnir the piwt.'l nerlul
lUOglillll In In IimihN of tinMici In
Ill n letter mldleed In Si niltnr
t. Y. Khcrinnii. the cniiiiilu, who wit
"the father" of the aerial mull mtOoi1.
ii1m (hut ti cnugrcltimil enimnlitt1"
take the mutter In luiiiil nl niuv.
AllliniK the serlnllt lireuinllnilt N
the fhtirge that the wnr rieniiltiiiiit
iilrplniie coiistrui'ilnn, which cost
S0.-i0,)00,oo(t, m tn be "Jttiikul." Mini
Unit Second AMil'ant Pnxtiii.iMier Ml
to Prneger iilreiul' has aim uiiieeil un
iipinnprlutliin of siMinno.OOO fur new
ennotriictlon will he loughl. "My nnl.s itiotlw ,i in w that the uir mail
ervlce Im marie 1( renlllv niul that the public N irotected from the ureal waste
of fmiiN which It p'Mimeil," Cnitiiln I.lpner mi..
ADMIRAL K0LCHAK, DICTATOR
....'' '"" W-x
9sSp. I 1
Yw& df UC5r!Bf?t TW.'-At'.. r.- .
isaE -"' - y - n
till- W'Wlin It I llella. -I I l(U duiui
"Tim stntu- (ii the Czechs will probably be decided hy February, If by
that time we get Mippllci finm the allien we will be able to cope with the
"Wo have plenty of troops here, but we cannot send them to tho front
because I hey have un wniui clothing or supplies."
Day In, tluy nut, u little lady
behind u thi t-t m it i I i!ek In I In
cers ilep.'ii'tnti'iil or the ;ew iu war
camp community senhv ghlii' her
whole-hcnrti'il syin.ialby In Ihe nllleers
of the army and navy. She Is a gentle
little lady, nift-voVcri and kindly. T
her the lonely mm tuiu for .convolu
tion. They It'll her some of their
troubles; PliOj kui'ssoh the ivxt. Her
tiuderftnn.fliig . lit hutu'iu iiaiuio Is
almost uncanny, iinri her ih-llcuey nnd
tact In protlrilns the Ihi.v wllli both
comfort nnd amusement ut great.
This ipret woman Is Mh. lienja
inln llnnNi'ii, widow of President
Her own bum" Is ever npm to
men In mil. unit, niul through Iht In-
lefntluahle eifurts mnnv mnti-i'iits In
New York ami iifiny e.eluxe eniin
try honit's liae co-openited with ihe
war camp In taking care of the hoys
nil leiiM's ill nhsence.
"I'm t ii tliinivaiiii miiis fr .i limm hm h
hours' Iimm'V" Is mil) niie of the iin stlous Mrs,
mmiimtammm iyritfc-,nwiJwt'-wuiKH. r4rrt
LIEUT. GEN. HUNTER LIGGETT
-f5 v i i !
henw Ha'. . -n 'he r-'niiue r-glnn, It was tho heaviest fishtlng following
the (iciinim withdrawal and the First army handled n tough Job In u Myle
Unit ev't d ihe ui'i illation of the allies nnd broke thu hearts ot tho stubborn
Giriiiiiii' win hud onUrs in bo'd at ill co'-ts.
Il is Dili First mm th t W inrrylng the American Stars and Stripes Inlo
Geiiii'iu luTitory that has been rieslgnuted for occiipntlon.
n"" GENERAL KALLER, POLISH ISERO
M aaaiiiini iiiiiii'Wi"""' ' " Mir" nnr nir inrnrnn
The P'lllsh army will rimihtlfss
Plu.v a h.i.'e part In the reg-ierntlon
of Pohind. Gent'H.l Ilnller. who com
umiiiN ihi- ann. la t'1" i'",,lM"' of
the pio'.il ni uf that Independent re
public nf Ciucovle that the powers
which paneled up Poll nil allowed to
eln until ism, Trained at the Aus
mini wr college. General Holler
lomuiuiidid Hm famous Carpathian
brigade nnaluM the Russians until the
Russian icMiliitlon, Then he jmssetl
mm Russia's i anks with his Polish
brigade. Ills adventures since then
lead like r.iinance. Here Is General
Holler's (niUi as (nuiinuniler;
"I sweat before God Almighty,
united la the Holy Ghost, lldellty to
i,. (otintrj, Poland, one and uiidl-
"I swear to bo ready to gle my
I e foi the holy catlsu of Its ludepend-
"I swear to exorcise the command
i' ihlef. placed within my haiiils, In nil
n2 tu ti e principles of mllltnr, liomir,
The lighting Is not yet nil over.
IInllllli( urn Mtlll rnlni; nil In Rus
sia nnd American troops nro In the
lighting. There seems to ho n lot of
confusion centering about Omsk. All
of which milker Admiral Kolchak, dic
tator of Siberia, an Interesting llguro
In tin) public eye.
Kolchnl: Is said to be n man of
energy, riccWon nnd earnestness, lie
says he Is dictator only temporarily
In hrlricn the trim between the nrcscnt
Itimslau cbaoM and the tlmo when the
KupMiiii people themselves can decide
what kind of government they desire.
The itiluilrnl does not seek allied rec
ognition, only aid for tho people nnd
I'lnthlng and military supplies for tno
irmy. He la devoting his cntlro ef
forts now toward the reorganization
of the nrmy so ns to ,be able to re
lieve the Czechs on tho front by Feb
ruary. Asked what ho would do If
ilin if I it itlt Iwtt.! tin atitil
ill I (In wllh iii forty-eight
IIurrlMin unswerH so well.
A military genius like Napoleon
nay be hoiu, not made, hut the career
of the successful leader Is usually
marked by hard work In tho Htudy of
the art of making war. In tho case
nf I.leui. Gen. Hunter Liggett, com
manding tho First United States army
corps, hard work for more than !()
,ear.s has certainly supplemented
uattiral ability. He was bom In 18r7,
was graduated from West Point In
1S7I) and was sent West on active
xcrvlcc during the Indian troubles.
General Liggett has always been
a hard student, Intent on preparing
for anv winl; thut might be ahead of
him. It Is told of him that his power
of concent! utlun Is so great that he
has been known to sit llvo hours over
a map, oblivious to everything,
Pershing set Liggett to work or
iinlzlng the First American nrmy
overseas. It was this same First
tinny that Liggett led tills fall In the
mil ami In all diusclenco uml accord
tor the good of thu Polish iiutlou."
wwMwwygpa i mtpmmf
KtHMSAlA COLONEL ABEL DAVI8.
Talked of by Republicans for Mayor.
THE COMMON COUNCIL
Full List of Aldermen ' Compos
ing the Governing Body of
the City of Chicago.
Following aro tho names of tho al
dermon composing tho City Council
1 John J. Coughlln Dom.
Mlclmol Kenna Dom.
2 Hohcrt It Jackson nop.
Louis U. Anderson Itep.
3 U. S. Schwartz Dom.
Gcorgo F. Ilirf Dom.
4 John A. Rlchort Dom.
David II. Illckoy. Dom.
C Robert J. Mulcahy Dom
Josoph D. McDonough Dom.
C Willis O. Nance Rop.
A. A. McCormlc.k Itep.
7 Guy GuornBoy Rop.
William R. Fetzer Rop.
8 Martin S. Furmnn Dom.
Ross A. Woodhull Dom.
0 Sheldon W. Govlor Dom.
Charles V. Johnson Soc.
10 James McNlchola Dom.
Frank Klaus Dom.
11 Herman Krumdlck Dom.
13. F. Cullerton Dom
12 Josoph I. Novak Dom.
Otto Korner Dcm.
12 John G. Homo ; Dom
Thomas J. Ahem Dcm.
11 Josoph II. Smith Dom.
George M. Mnypolo Dcm.
15 Oscar II. Olson Hop
ICd ward J. Kaindl Dcm
1G John A. Plotrowskl Dom.
Stanley II. Kunz Dcm.
17 S. S. Walko wiak Dom
Stanley Adamklowicz Dom.
IS M. F. Knvanunh Dom.
John J. Tuohy Dom.
10 Jnmcs n. Howler Dom.
John Powers Dcm.
20 Mntt Franz .". Dom.
Henry L. Flck Dom.
21 Karl J. Walker Rop.
Robert II, McCornilck Rop.
22 John II. Dauler '....Dom.
William P. Klllson Dom.
23 Walter P. Steffon Rop.
Thomas O. Wallace Rep.
21 John Hnderlelu Dcm.
Frank F. Uocdr.r Dom.
25 Frank J. Link Rop.
Honry D. Capltnln Rop.
2G Gcorgo Pretzel Rep.
William F. Llpps Rop.
27 Oliver L. Watson Rop.
John C. Konnody Soc.
28 Max Adamowskl Dom.
Harry E. Llttlor Rop.
2.1 Thomas F. Byrno Dem.
John Ilrubcc ...Rop.
30 William R. OToolo Dom
Wm. J. Lynch..., Dom.
31 Tcrronco F. Moron Dom.
Jnmcs A. Long Dom.
32 John II. Lylo Rop
Albert J, Flshor Rop.
33 Alhort O, Andorson Rop
Irwin R. Hnzen Rep
34 John Toman Dem
Josoph O. Kostnor Dom
35 'Thomas J. Lynch Dom
John S. Clark Dem
' FOR DIAMONDS
Tho best ploco la Chicago to buy
diamonds, ns everybody knows, is at
T. N. Donnelly & Co.'s,, 24 N. Doar
boin sttoot. For ovor forty years this
well known and lollnblo house has
bocu at tho head ot tho diamond trade
of Chicago, and tho prices nro al
ways roasonnblo for tho host goods
on the market. A full lino of lino Jow
olry, vory sultnblo for Christmas
piesonts, Is cnrrlod by thorn.
Chief of Pollco Garrlty said that
Now Year's ovo colobrntions would
have to bo of tho within tho law typo.
Tho chlof said ho Intonded to have
n talk with Mnyor Thompson in n
day or two and seo what tho mayor
hnd to say on celebrations. Tho
chief said ho bollovod ho could say
without consulting tho mayor that no
violations of tho laws and ordlnnncos
would ho sanctioned,
AH plncos of omusoment, whothor
wot or dry, must closo ot 1 o'clock,
the chief said,
COPPERS WANT A RAISE
Fifteen hundred policemen voted
to demand n salary of $2,000 a year.
At present a first class patrolman
gets only $1,500. It was ngrcod to
put tho matter up to the city coun
cil first, nnd, if necessary carry It to
tho Btuto legislature
Tho domnnd was framed at a meet
ing of tho Chicago Pntrolmen'a as
sociation in Colonial hull. Tho as
sociation includes about nino-tcnths
of tho cntlro city pollco forco.
Mlchucl O'Connor, president of tho
association, had prepared statistics
on tho cost of living on which to baso
tho plea. A straw ballot showed tho
overage pollcoman's family includes
Bovcn moir.bcrs. Many present had
ns many ns ten children, hut it was
decided these belong in n hero class
all their own.
Charlos Haslorlik, the well ht-t'WB
brewer and president ot the ta;it
Drowlng Company, has a act; el
friends in tho business world.
Benjamin F. Ricnolaon, the well
known lawyer, has mot with deeorved
siicccbb and has a host of frioudn.
William H. Lyman, tho popular for
mer seuntorand alderman, Is at the
iipiuj oi me oig puuuo couirufivj
nrm or w. it. L,ymnn ii co. v
Frank Woegnr, tho well known
brewer and buiiinons man, U talked of
for State Auditor and State Treasurer,
H( would illl either position well.
W. S. Tothlll la In groat favor with
park ofllclala and tho Kcnornl publlo
on account of tho uniform satisfaction
that the big concern ot which ho is
tho head, renders in their supply ot
playground apparatus. Tothlll's out
put is certainly up-to-date and of tho
best in ovcry particular ns tho happy
children who use it can testify.
Thomas J. Webb Coffee, sold In
cans at 39 conts per pound, Is tho
linuowifo's standard for oxccllont
quality. It Is tho coffoo that Is popu
lar with everybody who hos oor used
Kvcryono who hns patronized hint
nnd tho best Judgos of oIIb and winos
nil testify that Albert Zcl. In nildltlon
to handling tho tlncst ollvo oil In tho
world, from tho provlnco of Lucca, In
Italy, also haudlos tho finest wlnos
from tho Tuscan vlnoynrriu. Tho fin
est wines from Tuscany, Italy, nro tho
Chlontl vinos, long fumous for their
good nunlltlcs. These, and in fact nil
of the oil and wines handled hy Mr.
Y.cl nt 440 Orleans stroot, nro worthy
of all prnlso.
William II. Baker mado a good rec
ord on the Sanitary Board.
that the Oliver Nine
Typewriters, now sell
ing for .$49, are brand
new, latest models, the
identical machines in
every way, that sold for
$100 before the Oliver
inaugurated its present
and selling plans.
Telephone today, Randolph 500.
A representative will show you
an Oliver Nine and give full de
tails with no obligations to you.
Tho Oliver Typewriter Company
D-22 Oliver Typewriter Bide., Chicago