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HENRY F. DONOVAN, Edilor inrf Publiilwr
Entfftd a Stojmt Clan Matter October
11 JSS, at th Inl Oflltf at Chicago, till
ania, under AC - March I, lt".
ES'rR 1SHLD OCTOBER S, 1889
wirpomted Ukiler the I,ai of ttllnoli.
founded by liKKKY F DONOVAN.
Tha Chleaoo Eaole. newapapar
r all clataaa of reacted, la devoud
to National, Stat and Local Pol
Itlcai to the publication of Mu
nicipal, State, County and San
Itary Dlttrlet new( to cemmant
en peopl In public life; to clean
aaball and Bporia, and to the
publication of Qtntrai Information
f Public Interval. Financial, Cam
martial and Political.
SATURDAY, MARCH 1, 1919.
THE FIFTH LOAN.
Tho Fifth Govcrnmont Loan, which
Is to bo distributed to the people next
spring, will find Americans In nil
walks of llfo In particularly goid shapo
to participate largely.
This, it is pointed out by tho Gov
ornment authorities, is fortunate, for
Undo Sam will have to ask for n very
largo amount in order to meet his re
maining military outlays. Tho pro
ceeds of tho Fourth Llborty Loan woro
all exhausted by December 1, and
since then tho Govcrnmont has boon
borrowing money from tho banks to
meet its current bills. These have
been heavier slnco tho signing of tho
armistice than before, ns tho liquidat
ing of the war machlno necessarily
entailed a considerable augmentation.
Tho American peoplo In tho first
three Government loans, furnished tho
money with which to construct tho
war machlno. Tho Fourth loan saw
It well Into the victorious drivo that
ended tho war. But the concluding
battles, tho weoks of expensive dolay
slnco the nmlstlce, the bringing homo
of tho men who aro to bo discharged,
and tho liquidating of tho war con
tracts must all bo paid for with monoy
to be raslcd in a fifth great popular
Tho record of business failures In
tho United States for tho year 1918
shows that American business men
aro In splendid shapo to mako lurgo
subscriptions to tho Fifth Loan. Tho
twolvo months Just closed say only
9,982 failures. This compares with
13,855 In 1917, 16,033 In 1910, nnd 22,
150 In 1915. This shows, for 1918, a
55 decroaso. Tho total Is tho
smallest Blnco 1899, whon thero woro
9,337 failures. By teason of tho
great Increase In tho numhor of busi
ness houses in tho country slnco
1899, tho 1918 failures nro relatively
ovon much smaller than then.
Farmers everywhere aro making
tho greatest returns In history.
Wheat Is pegged at $2.20 and tho
Government Is also practically guar
anteeing tho price of hogs and corn.
Among wago earners, desplto tho
high cost of living, thero Is a mnrked
general prosperity. Tho avorago
yearly wago of tho United Statos
Steel Company employes Is now ?1,-
574, ogalnst 90." In 1913 and $069 in
1902, a 120 percent Increase. Tho In
crease In tho last five years is 74.
Common labor, receiving ?2 a day bo
foro tho war, now gets from $3.50 to
$5. Skilled men now got on tho
average from ?G to $20 a day and few
got as much as $75 a day. In tho
Seattlo shipyards men aro getting $18
Railway wages have been udvnncod
$700,000,000 por annum In tho last
year, following a $100,000,000 advanco
given by tho Adamson law. Tho fol
lowing tablo shows tho rolatlvo pay,
In 1914 and now and may bo taken
as a minimum of tho advancos In
nearly all fields of employment
Office boy, por weok..$ 8.00 $ 13 40
Minor station agent,
per month 71.75 1S2 00
Baggago man, per
month 72 80 144 40
Drawbrldgo deck hand 90.00 188 28
Car repairer or black
smith, per day 5.22 9 52
Plain carman, por day.. 4.02 812
Ticket dork, per month 72.80 122.11
Ticket clerk and tele
phone operator, per
month 75.83 182.00
Out In the country, farm hands who
used to bo happy over $30 a month
with board, are now getting as much
as $8 a day.
Tho cost of living has, obviously,
taken up much of tho gain In wages
and profits evorywhero, but there Is
still left a handsome margin, The
public, in 1914, could havo bought
bonds In tremendous amounts and
slnco then, taking the country by and
large, profits and wages have mounted
moro than living coats. When the
Fifth Loan is offered to tho public In
the spring, Uncle Sam will bo do-
cldedly unwilling to accept any ploa
tt Innhllltv to subscribe
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' EDMUND D. HULBERT
President of the Merchants Loan &. Trust Company, the Oldest Bank In
THE CITY TAX RATE.
For sovornl years tho city of Chi
cago has spent more than Its ruvonue.
It Is now proposed to ralso tho tax
rato to make good a deficit that was
bound to occur sooner or later.
There would bo moro disposition to
sanction an iucrcaso In taxes if tho
past record of tho city government
gavo moro evidence of economical
administration. It may not bo true
that tho flnnnco commlttco of tho city
council or its chairman is to blame
for this situation; but It is obvious
that they havo not been nblo to pre
vent tho city administration from
overloading tho municipal budget or
from spending more than could bo
obtained from tho rovenues.
In asking for nn increased ta rate,
Mr. Rlchort, tho chairmun of tho
flnnnco committee, suffers from tho
mlsfortuuo of the piiBt record of the
city council. Tho city council has tho
power to put n check on expenditures;
but Its attttudo has not been suf
llclontly energetic to prevent tho
administration from using tho public
revenues for Its own purposes.
In order to justify a request for n
higher tax rnto tho city council and
Its finance committee, must demon
strate a greater degree of Independ
ence. It the public revenues nro to bo
disbursed by tho city administration
without regard to question of economy
nnd without 'rognrd to tho desires of
the city council, wo shall not be will
ing to Indorso an increased rnto.
It Is probably true Mint tho city to
quires more revenue When tho city
council demonstrates that it is cap
able of administering city funds In an
economical manner thero will bo no
disposition to withhold whatevor rev
enues aro necessary.
Walter lliiwos, for thirty-eight years
n proofreader for tho Dally Nows,
died on Monday at his home In Park
Rldgo. He had been 111 for tso years.
Mr. Hnwes was born in St. .John's, Vt.,
seventy-two years ago. His widow,
Mrs. Marlon A. Hnwes, and three chil
dren, John It. and Walter It. Hnwes
and Mrs. Edith Hnwes Boguo of Now
Tho Vcsuvlo Italian Restaurant on
the second floor of 123 North Clark
street Is desorvedly popular. Its cur
slno Is of tho best and Its manager,
Kduardo Vltrono, Is ono of tho most
cnpahlo restaurant men In tho United
Donnls J Kgnn is a Democratic
leador of force, ability and popularity.
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Judge Fiank Johnston, Jr.. Is mak
ing a lino record on the Circuit Court
Charles Krutckoff Is one of tho
most popular members of tho Board
of Assessors. Ho nlwnys looks after
tho people 's Interests.
John W. F.ckhnrt, tho popular Dem
ocratic leader would mnko n good
governor of Illinois,
William II. Bold, the City Smoko
Inspector, Is ono of the most popular
men in public, llfo. He has a big fol
lowing and Is coming to tho front
rapidly In Republican politics.
Clarenco S. Plggott stands high at
tho Bar nnd Is respected by tho poo
pic. Ho will bo n Judge soma day nnd
In the near futuro at that.
Men of all parties favor iho election
of Georgo B. Holmes as Municipal
Jurtgo Jotin K. Cavetly gives gone-rut
satisfaction to tho public in tho
iHiuiieiimi Court and grows moro
Moular ovcrv diiy.
Anthony D'Andrea, tho popular pro
prietor of tho well known Cnpri Inn
restaurant, at 10 N. Clark streot, is
ono of tho coming men of Chicago.
He Is a horn loador of men nnd with
his natural ability, splendid education
and host of frlondB Is bound to mako
his mark In public llfo. Ills restau
rant has won doservod fame on ac
count of tho excellence of Its serv
ice. C. B. Wllloy. president of tho big
C. L. Wllley Company, Is ono of tho
solid men of Chicago, llo Is patriotic,
progressive and public spirited.
Dixon C. Williams, ono or tho finest
orators In tho Democratic party Is
growing in popularity. Ho wculd
1 mako an Ideal member of congress if
ho would consont to run for tho office
Frank Rico, general manager of tho
Bonjnmin ICIoctrlc f'oiupnny, Is ono of
the progressive ounr business men
of Chicago. Ho Is rosppclod and pop-
i r p HI' nrv'"'v
Frank Hogan, the highly respected
president of the Heco Envelope Com
pany, would make a good mayor. He
Is a man of great oxecutivo ability
and earnestness of purpose and he
numbers his friends by the thousands.
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In that country nml i-ffnrls are apparently being mado to restore Manuel to
the Ihrmit in- at h-asl to iimki Portugal a monarchy once more. But Manuel,
It Is sulil, has hail mgh of the king business and does not take kindly to
the proposition of going hack on tin throne.
That being the ease, Count Braganza would be next In line. If tho
dynasty Is restored and .Manuel declines royal honors, the next queen of
Portugal Is likely to be Queen Anita.
A general Insurrection lu Ron
mania Induced King Ferdinand to at
tempt to flee to .larsy. Worklngiuen
blocked the roadway from the royal
palace, and tho king and his family
were forced to return. The king was
wounded when the workers fired upon
the palace, Rioters In the streets of
Bucharest were then openly demand
ing tho overthrow of tho dynasty, cry
ing: "Down with the puppets I Long
live the republic!" In a clash between
the military and dcimiiixtrntors at
Bakorst 00 persons were killed and lfiO
The discipline nT the Roumanian
army Is collapsing. The food and eco
nomic situation Is rapidly growing
worse, and tho country's llnances nro
completely demoralized. The position
of tin Bratlano cabinet Is declared to
It has been known for many
months that fiet-itmii nml Itiixutim
anarchists, amply supplied with money, havo hcen working In Roumanln trying
to bring about anarchy and the deposition or the dynasty. However, King
Ferdinand was welcomed lo Bucharest on his return from .fussy.
SEATTLE'S BATTLING MAYOR
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man lu Unit line, who was iniidiictlng
Made popular by his lights for the people, Hanson beeatue state senator.
On retiring from the senate. Ole camo bad; to municipal affairs to Hud tho
red-light district running wild. As a result thero ciiiuc the recall of Mayor
Hiram GUI. Thu city wanted an honest, truthful, lighting mayor, and they
elected Ole Hanson.
EBERT, PRESIDENT OF GERMANY
Pealing church bells announced
that the Germans had chosen tho head
of their own state. Frlederlch I.bert,
former saddler and socialist leader,
appeared before tho theater 20 min
utes later and received as president of
Germany thosu plaudits formeily
marking tho appearance of tho mon
arch who once stigmatized tho party
to which President Kbert belongs as
being made up of men "unworthy to
bear tho name of German." Desplto
tho certainty or Ilerr Ehert's election,
tho theater at Weimar was crowded
beyond nnythlng previously seen slnco
tho opening of tho national assembly.
The gallery resembled thu relchstag
tribune In the old days, with men and
women In gala attlro Jammed In every
available Inch of space. The boes
and balconies were also crowded to
their utmost capacity. Great crowds
massed outside during the session,
waiting tmtlcntlv In tho cold for a
chance to see tho new president when ho left the building, which ho
mediately after a very hi lei speech of acceptance.
CAPTAIN BASSETT, GREAT LAKES
if" uiiuuKini, uillll. till-Ill UIIKeS Slll
tlOII is lo ho a permanent Institution. Its futuro size Is apparently In ques
tion mid tli subject comes up lu congress frequently,
Wouldn't Hvnnston, III., U. S. A
tnlie on nlrs If Its former hello, Mis
Anita Stewart, should hecomo a ren?
honest-to-goodni'ss Kuropean queen
To ho sure, tho king business Is "h
had" In most parts of Europe, but It N
not entirely closed In till places. For
example, the king of Great Britain' and
Irelnnd villi continue to do business at
tho old Mnnd. And, what's more, It
li not by any means Impossible thnt
the next klnu should take unto him
self nn American wife. There Is
nothing In the British constitution
Hint forbids It, nnd America stands
pretty well in tho world's estimation
Anyway, Miss Anita Stewnrt of
Evanston married Count Don. Miguel
ill Briigaiiza. Ho Is cousin to former
King Manuel of Portugal. Portugal
forced Manuel oft his throne a whllo
ago. The republic which was set up
fllltipnr.s lit lilt lllnrn nl lnuu tlininnnlul
Die Hanson, Seattle's battling
mayor, who quelled that city's big
strike lu a way that has evoked nn-tlou-wlde
adiultiitloii, says what he
means and means what he says.
Mayor Hanson, when he was trav
eling south to seek his fortune many
years-iigo, was In a railroad wreck at
Marathon, Tex.,- Two of his children
and his wife- escaped with slight In
juries ; hut his baby girl, Dorothy, only
fourteen months old, was burned and
received fatal Injuries. Since then ho
has a strong prejudice against riding
in trains. He drove to Seattle In a
covered wagon all the way from Ra
cine, WIk., Die family home and his
birthplace, lie went with two chil
dren; now he has ten.
Hanson stinted In Seattle 10 years
ago as n grocer. Times were hard
and hi went "broke." Borrowing .!7f,
hi entered the real estate business,
and soon ran nut of town the leading
an Irregular series of transactions,
Great Lakes Naval Training sta
lion, which still continues to occupy a
prominent place In thu attention of
the country, has been lucky lu Its
commanding olllcers. Captain MolTott
endeared himself to many thousands
of "gobs" and their parents and rela
tives and friends. Ho left tho station
to becomu commander of the super
ilrcadnatight Mississippi. Then camo
Rear Admiral Archibald Scales, who
now goes to Annapolis to bo superin
tendent of the military academy. Now
comes Captain F. 11. Bassett, Jr.
Captain Bassett Is what tho fiction
writers would call a "grizzled old sea
dog." it Is trui) In the sensu that he
has seen lots of service and that his
service has been In all parts of tho
world. Ho was graduated from An
napolis In 1884 and took part In the
Spanish-American war, At tho time of
his appointment he was coinmnnder of
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GEORGE B. HOLMES,
Popular Republican Candidate for Judge of the Municipal Court.
GEO. B. HOLMES
Popular and Able Lawyer,
Strongest and Best Man in
Field for Municipal Court
The republicans overwhelmingly
nominated Georgo B. Holmes for Mu
nicipal court pudge, and ho is tho best
equipped mnn In tho raco.
Georgo B. Holmes is on ablo law
yer, respected by bench, bar nnd
public. Ho should bo olectod Judgo of
tho Municipal court nt tho April elec
tion, and ho desorvos tho votos of
men of nil parties on account of his
fitness for the position.
To show his standing with his fel
low lawyers, it Is only necessary to
call attontlon to tho fact that ho was
endorsed by tho Chicago Bar Asso
ciation in tho last Bar primary, whon
ho was placed eighth In n list of
thirty-six in tho ballots cast.
Mr. Holmes Is very popular with
all who knows him. Ho is aulllatod
with a numbor of organizations, in
cluding tho South End Business Men's
Association, Society Santiago do
Cuba, Sons of American Revolution,
Thirty-Second Degree Mason, Forn
wood Lodge, No. 238, 1. 0. O. P., Coun
cil N. U No. 313, United States Re
volver Association, Illinois Stato RlQo
Association and Is Past Division Com
mander Illinois Division, Sons of Vet
erans. Mr. Holmes' war record: April 26,
1898, to November 17, 1898, in tho
tronchos, slcgo nnd enpturo of Santi
ago do Cuba; sergeant Co. H, 1st Illi
nois Volunteer Infantry; wears two
war department medals; In recent
Mexican trouble, on staff of udjt. gen
oral; Joined Illinois Nntional Guards
on Soptombor 1, 1890, as n private in
1st Regiment Infantry, and was pro
moted to corporal sorgoant lloutonant,
and servod on Major Ahol Davis' staff
for flvo years.
Tho best place in Chicago to buy
diamonds, as everybody knows, la nt
T. N. Donnelly & Co.'s., 24 N. Doar
born atroot. For over forty yoara this
well known nnd rollablo houso has
been at tho head or tho diamond trado
or Chicago, and tho pricos aro al
ways rcaeonnblo for tho best goods
on the market.
William H. Lyman, the popular for
mer senator and alderman, Is at the
head of the big public contracting
Arm of W. H. Lyman ft Co.
John R. Ford, the chief deputy col
lector of customs. Is a moat efficient
aid to Collector McNeill.
Charles Molltor, a recognized loader
in tho machlnory trado, is ono of Chi
cago's loading and most rollablo busi
ness men. His name Is honorod
wherever fco is known.
James Scuta's Italian restaurant at
01 West Monroo streot is vory pop
ular. F. II. Soubold, D. C ono of tho
most prominent chiropractors in Chi
cago, offers to treat all soldiers and
sailors suffering from sciatica, rheu
matism, or kindred ailments froo or
charge Ills ofllco Is in tho Stovons
bulldlnc. 17 North State streot.
Flvo bills for stato legislation to
bo asked by tho city woro propared
by tho law department. Tho 'bills
A city manager.
Changes in tho method of select
ing city controller, city clerk and
Consolidation of tho duties and of
fices of city controller and city
Nonpartisan olection of aldormon.
Consolidation of local governments,
A special committee on stato legis
lation will pass on tho bills beforo
tho council is asked to act on thorn.
Dixon C, Williams, the well known
manufacturer, deserves well at tho
hands of the Democratic party. He is
a porn leador.
THE COMMON COUNCIL
Full List of Aldermen Compet
ing the Governing Body of
the City of Chicago.
Following are the names of the al
dermen composing the city Council:
1 John J. Coughlln Dem.
Michael Kcnna Dem.
2 Robert R. Jackson Rep.
Louis B. Anderson Rep.
3 U. S. Schwart Dem.
Georgo F. lltff Dom.
4 John A. Rlchort Dom.
David R. Hlckoy Dom.
6 Robort J.. Mulcahy Dem.
Joseph B. McDonough Dom.
6 Willis O. Nanco Rop.
A. A. McCormlck Rop.
7 Guy Guornsoy Rop.
William R. Fetzor Rep.
8 Martin S. Furman Dom.
Ross A. Woodhull Dem.
9 Sheldon W. Govlor Dem.
Charlos V. Johnson Soc.
10 James McNlchols Dem.
Frank Klaus Dem.
11 Herman Krumdiclc Dem.
B. F. Cullorton Dom.
12 Joseph I. Novak Dem.
Otto Kornor Dem.
13 John G. Home Dem.
Thomas J. Ahern Dem.
14 Joseph H. Smith Dem.
Georgo M. Maypole Dem.
in Oscar II. Olson Rep.
Edward J. Kalndl Dem.
16 John A. Piotrowakl Dem.
Stanley H. Kunz Dem.
17 S. S. Walkowiak Dem.
Stanloy Adamklowlcx Dem.
18 M. F. Kavanagh Dem.
John J. Tuohy ...Dem.
19 James B. Bowlor Dom.
John Powors Dom.
20 Matt Franz Dem.
Henry L. Flck Dom.
21 Earl J. Walkor Rep.
Robort H. McCormlck Rep.
22 John H. Baulor Dom.
William P. Ellison Dom.
23 Walter P. Steffen Rop.
Thomas O. Wallace Rop.
24 John Hadorleln Dom.
Frank F. Roednr Dom.
2C Frank J. Link Rep.
Henry D. Capltaln Rep.
26 G eorgo Pretzel Rop.
William F. Llpps Rep.
27 Ollvor L. Watson Rep.
John O. Kennedy Soc.
28 Max Adamowskl Dom.
Harry E. Littler Rop.
29 Thomas F. Byrne Dem.
John Hrubeo Rep.
30 William R. O'Toole Dem.
Wm. J. Lynch Dem.
31 Terronco F. Moran Dem.
James A. Long Dom.
32 John II. Lylo Rep
Albert J. Fisher Rep.
33 Albort O. Anderson Rop.
Irwin R. Hazon ...Rop.
34 John Toman Dem.,
Joseph O. Kostnor Dem.
3C 'Thomas J. Lynch Dem.
John S. Clark Dem.
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