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HfE CHICAGO e: s , e:
Kfje Cfjtcago aglc
PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY
An Independent Newspaper, Fearlea
SUBSCRIPTION RATES $2.00 PER YEAR
AiMrmi All Coniraanlcatloat
179 WEST WASHINGTON ST.
Telephone Main 3913
Southeast Cotaer Wnthtngton Si.
and Well St.
HENRY F. DONOVAN, Editor and Publittier
Xnttrtil u 8etnd Ohm Mtttrr October
II. ll. At th Imi Office at Chicago, Ml
ol. umttr Ac" -1 Mreti t, 1179.
ESR ISHED OCTOBER 5, 1889
orporatl Uldr the Law of Illlnolt.
roundd br hKNHY F. DONOVAN.
The Chlcaia EagU, a ntjwspaper
far all oUiaf at raadtrv, It rfavated
M national, siaio ana uveal roi.
rUtal to In publication of Mu
letaal. State, County and Ban-
irici rtnwi) ia eamrnani
one lira) ae Mean
ana i wa
SATURDAY, AUGUST 23, 1919.
THE NATIONALIZATION OF IN
OUSTRIES. Fearing that nationalization of all
Industrioa will follow If tho Plumb
plan (or turning control of railroads
over to employes 1 passed by con
Kress, manufacturers from all parts of
tho United States are taklnc part in
n movement to prevent an Industrial
The following telegram, calling a
meeting of the planninc committee of
the National Conference of State
Manufacturers' Asociatlons. was re
celved by John M Glenn, secretary
of the Illinois Manufacturers" associa
tion 'The importance cf combating go
ernmes: ownership, or operation, of
railroads as promised In the Plumb
pUa ca tirilj- be overestimated.
PeUR o;iioa cut be aroused to
tiil jiit. or sationalltatlon of in.
daitry vju folio v. a comprehensive
plan should b mapped out by us mid
carried through. In order to get tho
matter under way the planning com
mittee will meet at the Hotel Black
stone. Chicago, Saturday evening, Au
gust 23. We urgo nil to attend.
"RICHARD H. RICK,
"President National Conference of
State Manufacturers' Associations."
ILLINOIS COUNTIES ORGANIZED
FOR "CONSTITUTION DAY."
All tho countlet) of the state of Illi
nois with the exception of Jackson,
Macon and Knox, have been organized
to take part In the national celebra
tion of "Constitution Day," Septem
ber IT, the 132d anniversary of the
birth of the National Constitution.
Under the direction of tho titntn
chairman, Andrew R. Sheriff of Chi
cago, chairmen have been appointed
In nil counties of tho state. Tho nlm
of tho campaign, which endH with
meetings In every city and town of tho
country on September 17, Is to give
the peoplo of the United States n
better understanding of tho national
constitution and American Institutions
and to stir up n such n spirit of en
thusiasm for tho principles of tho
American government that this coun
try will bo a safer placo In which
Tho county chairmen will carry tho
campaign, by means of special cele
brations, speeches and literature, into
all colleges, high schools, graded
schools, labor organizations, churches,
commercial associations, teachers'
Institutes, lodgos, woman's clubs,
county fairs, public parks, and all oth
er places where tho peoplo can bo
addressed, leading up to tho big cel
ebration on Soptombor 17th.
One of tho llrat Important events
to boost tho campaign will bo on
Labor Day, Monday, Soptombor 1.
"Constitution Day" speakers will ad
dress tho labor paroders and their
families where they congregate dur
ing the day. Sunday, September 11,
is to be proclaimed "Constitution Sun
day." Thore will bo a speakor on
the constitution In every church of
the state. On "Constitution Day,"
September 17, big meetings will bo
held In every city, town and village
In the state with bands, speakers and
Owen O'Malley, who made a good
record and a host of friends as Coun
ty Commissioner Is devoting all of
his time to his popular and prosper
ous cigar storo, opposite tho County
hulldlng at 137 North Clark street.
Louis J. Uehan, the well Known
lawyer and popular master in chanc
er'. ' frequently mentioned for n
placo on tho Superior Bonch. Every
one who knows him believes that he
would make a fine Judge.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Dels have been
spending part of their summer vaca
tion at Lako Genova. Oscar Dels
Piano School will re-open Its studios
on September 10th
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Popular Master In Chancery of the Circuit Court, Who Is Often Men
tlon'ed for Judicial Honors.
The National Ijtbor Party was born
Tuesday. The first national conven
tion, with between 2.500 and 3,000
delegates will be held In Chicago dur
ing the coming November, It Is
planned to determine the policy of
the new party.
This was decided at n conference
held in the Federation building, 100
Washington street, attended by thirty
executive committeemen, representing
the nine states now having organ
ized labor parties. The nonpartisan
league was present through n frater
nal delegate The commltteo of forty
eicht, that held a preliminary con
ference, looking foiwnrd to tho or
ganization of u new national party.
was represented Tuesday by J. A. II.
Hopkins of New Jersey.
It will be up to the November na
tional convention to say whether or
no there shall be ri presidential candi
date of the Labor Party In 1920. This
question will bo determined by a roll
call In tho convention. If the rcsuU
Is favorable, tho convention will pro
ceed to the nomination 'ftf' president!
and vice-president, and the 'candidates
will thereby become the llrst olllcinl
entrants In tho 1D20 presidential race.
There Is homo question as to such
a convention result, however. Con
sdvatho men, who are also political
experts, who were In Tuesday's con
ference, it Is understood, sharply op
posed the Immediate entry of the new
party In the presidential game. TIiIh
element favored striking for conttnl
of balance of power In tho congress
that will be chosen In November, 1020,
coincident with the presidential elec
tion. No presidential candidates, It is un
derstood, were even faintly mentioned
In Tuesday's executive sosslon, over
which Duncan McDonnld, piesldcnt of
the Illinois Labor Party, presided.
Captain John Heron, the well-known
lawyer, who served with credit dur
ing the war In tho quartermaster's
corps, has returned to tho pructica
of tho law with offices at 1201 Title
& Trust hulldlng. Ho Is often men
tioned for Judge or the Municipal
Tho Cnnnstattor Vollcsfest a t
Brand's Park, Belmont, and Alston
avenues, August 24 and 2.', will bo a
great affair this year. It could not
help being u success with two such
popular men as Chnrlos Appel and
Kmtl Nouschaofor In charge They
will be In their glory and to bo ap
preciated must bo seen on thnso dates
at that fest.
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RICHARD M. DONNELLY,
Popular Manager of the 20th Century Restaurant the Mot Beautiful
Restaurant in Chlcag.o.
Among American music educators
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Dels are In the
very front rank. On principles of
psychology and modern pedagogy they
conduct tho work of thelrfuchool whore
plnno playing as an art Is taught ex
clusively. Otto Korncr, tho well known lawyer
and popular master In chancery Is so
frequently mentioned for Judgu of
the Municipal Court that his friends
who are legion ino hoping that he
will make the race. No man Is bet
ter equipped for the place, either by
training or ability. His proven cour
age, uniform courtesy and Judicial
tempei anient lit him for the bench.
The Oscar Dels Piano School stands
for what Is highest and best in tho
art of teaching music and directing
one's music education.
The Woman's l.'ress for August 17,
glcs a column write up with two
column portrait to the business career
of Mrs. Jennie Slttlg Dnuks, editor
and publisher of tho Biewer & Malt
ster and says:
Naturally one would expect to find
many persons connected with a mag
azine tho slzo of the one published
by Mis. Danks. However, nsldo from
a news editor, she takes entlio charge
of the business. Shu is tho circula
tion manager, tho advertising mana
ger, the business manager and tho
editor-in-chief of tho magazine. She
knows what she wants and sho gets
It. She knows how' to bring In tho
advertisers, to attend to all details of
the circulation, to take care of tho
thousand and ono details that must
bo watched In connection with tho
publication of a magazine of its slzo.
And while many of her former com
petitors are long since out of busi
ness, sho Is adding to the size of Iter
publication and to the number of her
udvertlseiK. As an instanco of this,
the August number contains eight
pages more than tho July Issue, about
half of which Is advertising, all ob
tained as Is tho entire output of tho
magazine by Mrs. Danks' own efforts
and not through an advertising man
ugor or advertising agent.
Charles Appel, tho popular proprie
tor of tho North Sldo Turner Hall, has
built up one of the finest restaurant
trades In Chicago by his gencralifncth
ods and stilct attention to buslnoss.
Peoplo who Imvo patronized his pop
ular restaurant at 820 N. Clark stroot,
a ro novor tired of prnislug the good
cooking and splendid meals.
Oscar Dots, American pianist, vol
unteered his services at Fort Shorl
dan and Croat Lakes on Monday.
AMERICANS MISTREATED IN' MEXICO
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Major appealed, ills men stripped the house and took us to a bandit enmp.
Wo were prisoners till February IS, Hill). November 13, 1018, my mother died
of slow starvation . This General Mayor was a personnl friend of tho bandit
Zapata. November 1, 1018, ho ent me to Mexico City with a messngo for
Zapata, threatening to kill my husband If 1 were not back In two months. He
sent with me nn Indian woman to watch me. I mndo tho long trip on tlmo and
we were llnally set free."
MuJ. Gen. Hugh L. Scott, that dean
of American fighting men, strongly
urges that both state und federal nltl
bo given to every legitimate movement
to muko attractlvcfnud perpetuate our
outdoor Interests, r
Hunting und fishing he places In
the front rank of outdoor fcports, which
ho believes was one of the greatest
fuctors In muklng It possible for Undo
Sam to cross fho seas with an army
capable of standing the strain and
acquitting themsehes as our boys did.
General Scott knows whereof he
speukK. Retired under the ago limit,
his robust body and keen mind per
mitted him to spring back Into the har
ness ut his country's call. He credits
his fitness to Ihe'deau outdoor life
lie has lead.
The most Inipvrtant thing to keep
In mind is tho sensible conserving of
the game and fish we now have. No one
section of thn rntinlrv niiwt !.. ulln....i
to overlndiilgu Its iiutural wish to toko gunio or fish to Its own detriment or to
Hint of another section. A spirit of conservation should domlniio nil.
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ron ot the grand th'ct during the war with Germany. The order of knight
conferred on Admiral Rodman was similar to thn distinction given Admiral
Sims by the British king at tho same time, but neither olllcer could accept
beiause American regulations did not permit members of the military or naval
establishments ucVeptlug decorations from foreign nations. Later, acceptances
JOHN BULL CORNERING FUEL OIL
The .eimto has ndouted a resolu
tion by Senator Polndexter, llepub
llcan, of Washington (portrait here
with), authorizing the federal trade
commission to Investigate recent In
creases In the lanrket price of fuel oil
In tho United States, and especially on
the Pacific coast.
Action by the senate vwas taken
after Senator I'lielan, Democrat, Cali
fornia, had charged Unit Biltlsh inter
ests wero attempting to acquire vast
oil Interests In, California and that
Great Britain wits endeavoring to cor
ner tho world oil Industry. He de
clared that unless steps were taken
to encourage American oil operations
abroad the world's supply will bo In
tho hands uf British nationals within
a few years. 4
Under the resolution, the commis
sion is authorized to Investigate tho
source and supply of oil In this coun
try and also Inquire Into what cor
porate Interests have conducted the production, refining and marketing of oil
In the past fuw years, and whether tliero have been any indications of Illogical
restraint of trado and unfair competition.
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Into trade. Others of tho well-known American princesses, countesses and
fluchesses who are now living on a email scale,
Dr. and Mrs. Charles T. Sturgls,
lcllms of Mexican outrages, hnvo ar
rived In New Orleans mid will prob
ably tell their story to congress. Doc
tor Sturgls Is an American dentist who
went to Mexico 'JO years ago to prac
tice. He acquired a coffee plantation
worth SluatM) near Depelnn In Chi
pas. In 11)10 he married Miss Com
Keenrlght In Wushlngtog, I). C. Mrs.
Sturgls' Inothcr, slxty-lho yenrs old
and In delicate health, went to visit
the Depotaii pliuitaWlon. Hero Is Mrs.
Sturgls' story In brief:
"In January, 1018, we wero raided.
The raiders were Carranzlstn soldiers
ennuuanded by dipt. Leopoldn Oarcln
and dipt. Julio Custllhino. They over
ran the limine, made all the plantation
hands quit and told us they would run
every American out of tho country.
Captain Garcia struck mu with the
butt of his rlllc.
OUR OUTDOOR LIFE
- HOUSE" RODMAN
When Admiral Hugh Rodman first
came to the Paclllc const years ago as
a Junior olllcer soon after his gradua--Hon
from Annapolis ho acquired tho
sobriquet "Rough Houso" from men
and nlllccrs of the navy.
Returning now at tho head of half
the American navy, he brings u deco
ration from tho king of England, which
'1n that country would causo him to be
addressed -'"Sir Hugh" as n knight com:
innndcr of tho order of St. Mlchuci
and St. George.
Admiral Rodman throughout his
naval career has been noted as u dis
ciplinarian. "Ho got' things done," In
the words of the navy. Direct methods
of getting things done earned tho title
"Rough House," bestowed In affection
by his men and brother ofllccrs when
he was young. Years later tho samo
qualities brought him distinction from
tho Brltlhh ruler, when Rodman was
commniider of the Sixth battle squad
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Word conies from overseas that
several of our rich American women
who married German, Austrian nnd
Hungarlun titles aro "broke" und anx
ious to get homo again. It Is ulso re
ported that they may ho permitted to
repatriate thenibelves, fetching with
them to America their now truly Impe
cunious princes and counts, to regain
tho wealth that Is now held by tho
alien property custodian, Francis P.
As an example, tho Countess
Szechenyl, formerly Gladys Vanifer
bllt (portrait herewith), and tho
Countess Anton Slgrny, who was Har
riet Daly of Butto, sister-ln-lnw to
former Ambassador Gerard, fled before
tho bolshevlst troops In Budapest and
aro living very modestly Indeed In
Tho Countess Colloredo Munns
fold, who was the benutlful Nora Ise
lln ot Now York, Is said to have cone
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WILLIAM WRIGLEY, JR.,
The World's Greatest Gum Manufacturer, Baseball Promoter and Owner,
Philanthropist, Patriot and Popu lar Lincoln Park Commissioner.
A GREAT FI
H. W. Diibiske & Company Pro
vide Capital for High Class
Business Projects Which Stand
on Normal and Sound Trade
In tho course of n long and Inter
esting article, wiltten by C. C. Bows
field, editor of tho National Banker,
the National Banker says:
A notable record of successful
DENNIS J. EGAN,
Popular Chief Bailiff of the Municipal
Court, and Democratic Leader of
Force and Ability.
achievement In financing and build
ing up essential industries has boon
mndo by II. W. Dublsko & Company,
who hnvo met and surmounted ninny
Hoiious problems in connection with
tho protracted war and tho sudden
return to peace.
II. W. Dublsko & Company have
pursued a consistent policy with ro
spect to tho financing of business on
toi prises, following tho soundest of
logic with reforonco to underlying
conditions nnd thorehy winning sub
stantial success. All through tho war
period they devoted their onorgy and
the full sttength of their organization
to tho development of industries that
wero of help to tho government. Thoy
also guvo personal sorvlco to tho
great causo. At tho samo tlmo thoy
Hnfoguauled the largo financial inter
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Popular Proprietor of the Famous N orth Side Turner, Hall, Restaurant
ests which they, represent by keep
ing their various bnterprtsos as fully
prepared for poaco as for war. There
fore the reconstruction period finds
all tho Dublslte projects on & sound
basis nnd going forward to still great
er expansion nnd prosporlty.
No financial houso In America
earned or received higher encomiums
for tho public spirit which It mani
fested during tho wnr than Dublsko
& Company, as shown In an earnest
personal support of tho government
and tho devotion of their business
enterprises nnd capital to construc
tive work donlnnded by tho exigen
cies of tho times. War work and
war Industries wero given first place
In all tho company's 'activities, and
thn highest pralso posslblo was freely
accorded to Mr. Dublsko and his staff
for their determined effort nnd im
nicnso success In helping to "put
over" tho various Liborty Loans.
Capital Is needed now for indus
trial development as novor before,
and it Is only necessary for tho suc
cess of a financial houso that It shall
chooso for its Investments and organ
izing ability sound, clean needful
projects, and have them wall mnn
nged. Based on theso cardinal ideas,
H. W. Dublsko & Company have
gained permanent success and a wido
reputation. With such principles,
continually lm force their busnoss In
tho futuro promises to bo greater in
extent thnn In past years, nnd also '
to bo of greater financial Importance.
Thoy have never boon identified
with a losing company or u uou-es-scntlal
Rvery ono of- tholr financial proj
ects have mndo good nnd mndo good
tho first year.
No stockholder In any II. W. Du
blsko Company projects hns over suf
fered loss by such Investment. Many
stockholders increase their holdings
from years to year.
H. W. DublHko & Company's enter
prises pay tholr dividends regularly
and pay tho highest rata consist
ent with safety and prudont management.
The Oscar Dels Piano School, ac
credited, elementary to teacher's cer
tificate and grndunto courses. School
year bogins Soptombor 10th. For bul
letin of information, apply Oscar Deis
Piuno School, Miss Betty Lyons, sec
retary, studio 92H, 218 South Wa
bash avenue, Chicago, 111.
"As un educational subject, music
Is essential, nnd every boy and girl
should have tho opportunity to study
music; to cnnoblo and refresh his men
tal and spiritual self, sensitizing n
keon appreciation of tho beautiful
through tho beautiful."
Coroner Potor M. Hoffman is al
ways alert in looking after the in
terests of tho peoplo.