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Sautheatt Coi.ier WiihInton St.
and Well. St.
HENRY F. DONOVAN, Editor nd Publiihtr
Knttred s S-nl C1m Matter October
11. 111). At the Toat Offlc M Chlcaco. 1111
tcli, undtr AC -1 M&reh I, 1S1.
ESH' 1SHED OCTOBER 5, 1889
orpor&ted'Uitdtr the Lw of Illinois.
found by tlKtUlY F DONOVAN.
The Chicago Eagle, a newspaper
fer all etaiieil of readers, Is devoted
to National, State and, Local Pol.
Itlea; to the publication of Mu
nicipal. State, County and San.
ItarV District news) to comment
en people In public life; to clean
Baseball and Sports, and to .the
PuWIiotlon of General Information
of Frolic Interest. .Financial, Com
mercial and Political.
SATURDAY, JUNE 21, 1919.
STAND BY THE PRESIDENT.
Ill the course of nu nblo artlclu In
the Anderson. Intl.. Dally Bulletin,
DLon C. Williams, the well known
Chicago ninnufuctiircr iintl Demo
ciatlc leader, says:
The position of the Detnocrntlc
party and its management should ho
one of complete accord with the pres
ident producing an activity which will
count In calling the entire country to
his support. Upon the president's suc
cess depends, In my judgment, the
hope for happiness, the very safety of
the lives und property of tho com
mon people of America, hs well iib of
Let the few disgruntled Democratic
and the many Uopubllcnn partisan
senators and congressmen continue
their nefarious and shnmoful tactics,
proving dally tho president's assor
tlon that the Republican leaders in
Congress would do their utmost to
embarrass him. Let tho Republican
chairman continue ills indecent in
sults and unpatriotic conduct toward
tho president tho people will settle
with them soon for ninety per cent
of our citizens nre with him; but, in
tho meantime, the nuthoiitles in the
president's own olllclal, polltlcnl or
ganization should wako up, light nil
the tinnier for tho common good and
forget, If you please, that Republicans
hnvo been sometimes seemingly pre
ferred and nr.tulo prominent, whllo
Democrats who would hnvo served
better wore loft out of plncos of
power and Importnnco in governmen
tal positions and Ignored In State
Councils of Defense appointments,
where, as a result, treachery to the
president and his policies has been
tho gleeful rule.
Tho world is "still 011 fire," tho
conflagration may any moment reach
over into our blessed country nnd bo
gin its work of devastation and
mighty destruction. That party or
that organization which will unsel
fishly work to stem tho rush of tho
"red terror" will need no other re
ward. Start and continue a propaganda
among the rich, the employer class,
to Impress them with their true rela
tion to their employes. Do likewise
among tho troublo makers, the Im
ported firebrands, meeting tholr ar
guments with others of reason and
common senne. This country's dan
ger now lies In the back-wash from
the war, nnd failure to appreciate tho
seriousness and extent of our social
Tho administration Is exerting its
utmoet to counteract that Influence.
A better understanding is being had
between employer nnd employe. La
bor conditions nro steadily improving.
.Many largo employers of labor neo
conditions and are Inaugurating im
provements in dealing with their
helpers, which Is bound to tell for tho
common good In a wondorful way.
Boost tho administration! You have
nothing to apologize for In Its record;
In every performance your pride Is
Justifiable Boost our country! Of
nil countries tho greatest and best!
Boost business! Business is not bad
except comparatively. It Is improv
ing steadily despite coitaln politi
cians who secrotly hope for a depres
sion on the ovo of tho next national
election because "they nro out and
want to got In." Tho glut In the
labor market is more apparent than
real Our country is in for a porlod
of business prosperity such as It has
novor known. Tho tactics of politi
cians can only retard it.
In tho moantlmo, let tho Doino
era tic party itrl- to Its wonderful op
portunities, keep the interests of tin
people and countr before pollrlcul
party advantage and tho people will
gratefully caro for tho party. Don't
bo n waster! Tho development of the
constructive faculty is much more no
hie than the dr-strurtlw Seo to It
fhet thf in rnot r.tlc party continue
to be th- firr-utfr construe Mte force
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Well Known Democratic Orator and Leader Who Urges Support of President
THE RESIGNATION OF THOMAS
The resignation of Thomas C. Mac
.Millnn, for the past thirty yearn clerk
of tho United States District couit
for the northern district of Illinois,
brings forth prateo on ovciy sldo for
that nhle nnd popular man.
Mr, Mnc.Mlllan hits served the pub
A brave and wide-awako war cor
respondent during the famous Indian
campaigns of tho '70's.
For 21 years ono of the best nuws
paper men connected with tho Chi
cago dally ii csb.
A chin ter member of the Chicago
Pi ess Club.
An honored member of the County
Board of Education
An Illinois state sonntor, who re
spected his trust and stood up for tho
Thirty yenrs clerk of the United
Stntoa District court without a stain
on his lccord or a cloud on his name.
Thomas C. Mnc.Mlllan retires from
tho public service witli tho blessings
and best wishes of his fellow citizens.
FOURTH OF JULY CELEBRATIONS.
A mark of appreciation to tho re
turned soldiers for tho heroic scrvlco
they performed In the great war for
world democracy, this Fourth of July,
will bo celebrated nil ovor Chicago by
ovory man, womnn and child with tho
snmo forvor "and cnthuslnsin tlinf
marked the Fourth of July celebrations
nt tho closo of tho Civil Wnr. Tho
close of tho war has brought to us
many blessings of liberty and pros
perity but every true American cele
brates this day with his neighbor from
whntover country and of whatovor
rnco or creed and thoroby kindles
nucw that spirit of Amorlcnnlsm thnt
II roil tho fouuderH of this republic.
There will bo this year at least ono
community Fourth of July colobrntlon
In each ward. Tho city council passod
a resolution to co-opornto with tho
Joint Commlttco on Americanization
nnd the Aldermen In each ward hnvo
hcon appointed to act uh Joint Chair
men of tho Fourth of July activities
in their respectivo wards.
Tho Board of Education voted to
open tho schools and playgrounds.
Tho Park Boards hnvo placed their
grounds to tho people celebrating In
Patriotic citizens nro expoctcd to
got togothor Immediately to plan n
community celebration for themselves
and tholr families. Tho central Fourth
of July Commlttco is organized to
help In tho organization of each com
munity colobrntlon nnd in tho mnttor
of bands, program, music, speakers
Uniform programs will bo followed
at each colebrntlon consisting of:
1. Flag Raising.
2. Singing of Stnr Spangled Bnnner.
II Snluto to tho Flag.
1. Reading of Special Messago from
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Pioneer Restaurant and Saloon Man In Business In Chicago Since 1860,
Founder of Sauerman's Restaurant.
G. Address of Welcome to Soldiers
and Sailors and Native nnd Natural
G. Singing of America.
Information cnu bo obtained tit 030
Tribune building. Central MS", Ira
Jay lngrahnin, executive secretary.
Tho shortness of time makes Imme
diate uctlon Imperative. Every Amer
ican is usked to constitute himself a
committee of ono to promote those
community Fourth of July eclebrn
tlous 11ml get In touch with his Alder
men or this committee.
Charles P. Schwartz, Chairman,
Fourth of July Committee.
Degrees Conferred at Webster
Commencement in Hotel
Tho degree of bachelor of laws was 1
conferred on seventeen graduates of
tho Webster College of Law nt com
mencement oxeiclses in the red room
of tho Hotel LnSnllo Juno 12. Those
who received tho degrees nro; Henry
Blcch, John F. Connors, Mlchnol R.
Durso, Hnrry Kerlns, Arthur Jackson,
Manuel Lnnncs, IMwnrd It. Mtthonoy
.James F. Mnrtluck, Henry A. Moraw
ski, Justus F. Monrt, A. II. Patok,
Paul W. Rothenbcrg, Theodore II,
Schlnke, Harry S. Sllvcistcln, liar
old Stcrnfleld, Theodore N. Thompson
and Walter Young.
LUBLINER & TREINZ'
Tho Pantheon on Shoiidan load
near Wilson nvonuu, Is tho first Chi
cago theater to show "Sahnra." This
Is a feature, witli Louisa Glaum, nnd
speclnl music will attend It propnred
by Paul Bleso, tho Pantheon's well
known musical director.
WHERE IS THE MONEY?
People With Bills Against the
Late Republican Campaign
Committee Are Wondering
Who Went South.
Pcoplo with unpaid blls against tho
Into Republican Cnmpnlgn Committee
nro wondering who wont south with
For might tho poor creditors know
It mny hnvo boon Invested In oil or
smoko or something olso connected
ANGELES AND VILLA UNITE FORGES
He was in-rested and xentoneod in death by Iluertn. Huerta pardoned him
and .sent him In Palis "to continue his studies."
FLYNN TO RUN DOWN ANARCHISTS
William J. I'l.Min, former chief of
the secret sen Ice of the treasury de
partment, who-e portrait Is given here
with, Is lll;e1 to be a busy man for
Home time. He bus been glen the
Job of running dmn the rou-plt liters
responsible fm the tminh outrugcH. He
has been made ihlef of tho division of
investigation of the department of Jus
tice. All Investigating ngencles of the
federal government will be used In nil
endeavor to capture the organized
group of .nnarihlsts who have under
taken n cuinpnlgii of assassination and
Congress Is likely to outlet drastic
legislation dealing with the situation.
Senator Overman of North Carolina,
(Minimum of the ncimte propaganda
cinntnlttoe, took steps to draft u report
of the Investigation It niaile last winter
Into tho activities of the nniirchlst or
ganization In the United States, ami
probably will recommend n urogram of
legislation (o strengthen tho power of
yvtiitrn Ntwirair Vnlun
( 'alder of New York asking
eusloillau'.s olllce, showing
COL. JOSEPH B. SANBORN: WAR HERO
When nil of Chicago and a good
part of Illinois cheered Col, Joseph 11,
Sanborn the other day as ho marched
up Michigan uveniio at the liead of the
One Hundred and Thlrty-tlrst Infantry
rf tho Thtrt) -third division or the old
"Dandy ririt," I. N. O. they paid de
served tiilmtu to ono of the most
heroic figures, of tho war. For the
"old man," as his men affectionately
call him, Is hixty-tliroo years of ago
and lie was rounding out -10 years of
National (iniinl service. It Is nn open
beeret that ho was offered the com
mand of an Infantry brigade "over
there" but declined tho honor to stay
with "his Iio.h."
The Dundy First fought with tho
Biltlsh at ('lilpllly ridge, ami when the
RrHMi ollleors saw Colonel Sanborn
go over the top nt the head of his men
and establMi his licudqiiuitcrH In a
shell hole they wanted to know "who
In that cru., old fool of an American
colonel?" which was, of course, their way of expressing admiration.
Colonel Sunhoiii plans to rellie. But before he doffs the sliver eagleb and
khuM forowr, ho Intends to reorganl.e the Dandy First.
No Anieilcan division did better work than tho Prnlrlo division. No
regiment did belter wink limn the Dandy First. No olllcer did better work
than Colonel Sanborn.
MRS. JOHN ASTOR'S NEW HUSBAND
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England, (italics I.lsur. his oulj son,
-vus Chai lotto Monckton, ilnutfliter of
(Jen. Felipe AngeUw hut been pro
claimed iiroilslnnul president of Mex
ico by YIIINtim, who have nlo iinmed
Villa hlmtelf n-s secretary of wir. A
M-itt of goeintnent Iiiim been estab
lished nt Purral. All of which, If true,
Indicate that the rebels In opposition
to Ciirianza hnvo gtrt together nnd
thnt the situation looks bud for the
tie facto head of Mexico,
Villa, of course, w an outlaw nnd
n bandit, but Angeles Is another kind
Angeles Is about forty-five years
old anil Is a full-blood Indian, ns were
Porllrlo Diaz ami Ilucrln. He Is n
graduate of Chapultepec Military
academy, "tho West Point of Mexico,"
and of tho St. Cyr Artillery mhool in
France. He wits bend of Chapultepec
under Mndero. When the coup d'etat
entne and Mndero was Imprisoned und
lluertii declared himself president, An
geles refused to come In with lilt iiuny.
the department of Justice.
A. Mitchell Palmer In likely to bo,
In the limelight for some time. The
Senate Judiciary committee recently
held up IiIh uomlnutloii to be attorney
general until nil Investigation had
been inndo of his ailmlulst ration of tho
alien property custodian's olllce. A
subcommittee of ScnntorH Dillingham,
Sterling and Fall, Republicans, und
Overman and Walsh, Democrats, was
appointed to conduct the Investigation.
Tho determination to Imtulrc Into
the lltnesM of Mr. Palmer to occupy
the attorney general's olllce shatters
another time-honored precedent of tho
somite. Occasions have been rare upon
which there lias Iceii even the slight
est question made of any selection
lnado by the president for his own
cabinet. As a rulu every name sent
to the sennto for a cabinet position Id
conllrmed without delay. ,
Tho senate at the last session
adopted u resolution Introduced by
for the coiirpleto ray roll of tho nllen
all tho amounts paid to attorneys and
Word comes from London that
Mrs. John Aster has married Lord
Ribbesdale. 1'ho liilile is jb-h. Ava
Willing Astor, the first wife of tho lute
John Jacob Astor, who went down on
the Titanic. Thomas Lister Rlbbes
dale, fourth bin on of that name, Is a
inld-Vlcloiiau gentleman of the old
school, who has pieforred to II vo his
life away lroiu the limelight. When It
K known that he clings to the old
fashioned stock, the "hell-crowned
topper" mid tho velvet-lnpelled silk
skirted frock coat, you hnvo got tho
Idea of Lord Rlhliondnle. Sargent
onco portralted him, mfd It might hnvo
been called the poi trait of Lord Ches
terfield. Riding to hound and butterlly
collecting nro his two hobbles, hut the
former ho has almndimed, for In 1010
ho broke his leg In four places when
taking a risky Juujn. Ho Is tho owner
of -l.noo acres of tho richest land In
was killed at Oalllpoli. Ills tlrbt wifo
Sir Charles Tennunt.
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Populnr Democratic Leader Much Respected In Business and Commercial
20TH CENTURY CAFE
Richard M. Donnelly, tho popular
manager of the famous 20th Contury
cafo at tho southwest corner of Stnto
and Adnuvs strcots, Is receiving tho
congratulations of Ills friends on
being at tho head of tho most beau
tiful restaurant In Chicago and one
of tho finest In the world. Science
Is hi ought to the aid of naturo nnd
tho tompornttiro in summer novcr
rises above 72 degrees. It it! cool
there on tho hottest days. Among
RICHARD M. DONNELLY.
tho many features of this most at
tractive restaurant nro tho special
plato lunches, tho Sunday chicken
dinners nnd tho nllurlng, cooling nnd
appetizing soda fountain drinks nnd
dishes. Speclnl nrrnnged tea parties
aro very popular thoro.
PUBLIC SERVICE BUNK
The Tooth Extracting and Smoke
Consuming Department in the
City Hall Makes People
Why doesn't tho alleged city de
partment of Public Scrvlco got after
tho fraudulent weighing machines,
witli which tho city is infested?
Can you guess why it doesn't?
Thoro nro 102,011 of thoso machines
scattored all over tho city on city
It Is safe to say thnt 100,000 of thorn
mo out of ordor most of tho tlmo.
Thoy yield nn lmmen.so rovonuo, ns
ouch patron Is obliged to glvo up ono
cent for tho prlvlicgo of finding out
how much ho does not weigh.
Anotlior fraud on tho public Is tho
counterfeit gum vending cont-In-tlio
slot machine, which In tho mnjorlty of
cases, tokos tho cent but yields no
Why Is It that tho City Dopartmont
of Public Sorvlco permits thoso frauds
ASCHER BRO'S CHATEAU
Aschor's Chateau thoator on Broad
way at Graco street, has nn Interest
ing dlspjny In Its promonudo gallerlos
all this weok. Tho Idea is nn Innova
tion in Chicago photoplay theaters.
An exhibit of tho handiwork of dis
abled United Status soldiers has been
movod thoro direct from tho Art In
stitute. A special showing of paint
ings by SI mo. Lou Wall Mooro Is an
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36 South State Street CHICAGO
I2TH ST. STORE
So Do All the 6ig West Side De
Tho prlnclpnl tlopartmcnt stores on
the west sldo hnvo agreed to closo
on Saturday nights indcflnltcly, be
ginning July 1, for tho purposo of
giving their employes moro loisuro
time. This movo Is voluntary on tho
part of tho owners. Among thoso
closing will lie tho two Wicboldt
stores nt Milwaukee nvenuo nnd
North Paulina street nnd Lincoln nve
nuo, School street nnd Ashland nvo
nuo; Klein's, nt West 20th and South
Ilnletcd streets, and L. Klein, at West
llth nnd South Hnlstcd strcots; tho
Twelfth Street store nnd 13. Ivorson
& Co., nt Mllwaukco nvenuo nnd
Wood street. It is thought that tho
pcoplo will readily ngrco to tho now
plan of shopping on Saturday after
noon In order to permit tho depart
ment storo employes to hnvo Saturday
ABOLISH THIS JOB
The Department of Public Sep
vice Is an Unnecessary Hard
ship on the Taxpayers.
Tho city tlopartmcnt of public sor
vlco should bo abolished.
It Is nn unnecessary nost of sine
cures. Tho blt;gnst elnccuro in it is tho job
A visit to his ofllco mny dlscloao this
This dopnrtmont cost tho wenry
taxpayers of Chicago, $76,910 last
It prctonds to recolvo, Investigate
and adjust complaints regarding ser
vice, rates, products nnd other matters
relating to the health, comfort, con
venience or safoty of tho public as
affected by public utilities.
Let us laugh.
Everybody knows what a Joko this
department is and how little It docs.
if you wish
for a brand new
The price now is only
$57 instead of $100.
This 43 per cent sav
ing comes through new
economical sales plans
and vastly increased
Over 700,000 Olivers sold.
If any typewriter is worth
$100, it is this splendid new
Telephone today, Randolph 500.
A representative will show you
an Oliver-Nine and give full de
tails without bligation to you.
The Oliver Typewriter Company
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