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far all clatee of reader, Is devoted
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SATURDAY, AUGUST 30, 1919.
HIIIMIalllllllMP -:JSL . ' W'
Popular Judge of the Circuit Court.
MADDEN TO AID POSTAL MEN.
Legislation granting nn Incrcaso In
salary to postal employes will be
paused by tho house, within the
next two or three weeks, according
to Representative Madden of Chi
cago, member of tho house postofflco
committee, who said that it could bo
"definitely stated" that this nctlon
would bo taken. A bill providing for
an Incrcaso will bo reported to tho
house this week, Mr. Madden said,
although he declined to Indicate tho
Incrcaso that would bo authorized.
It will be In the form of a temporary
Increase covering the fiscal year 1920
and tho legislation will give special
attention to tho compensation of tem
porary and auxiliary clerks and car
riers and substitutes.
The Madden resolution authorizes
the postmaster-general to grant wago
Increases in localities where outside
Industrial conditions and hlghor
wages have produced a shortage of
postal employes, but tho resolution
will bo amended In commlttco so as
to removo tho dlscrotionary power
from tho hands of tho department
and provldo for a flat Increaso of pay
throughout tho norvlco.
"Tho increnscd cost of living and
tho higher wages paid outsldo tho
service have resulted in taking away
from tho postal establishment many
of its most ofllclont men, and some
thing has got to bo done," Mr. Mad
GEO. HOFFMANN'S ABLE WORK.
George Hoffmann, the well known
brewer, deserves great credit from
his follow cltlzons tor tho able, logi
cal and fearless mannor in which ho
has assailed prohibition and its at
tendant ovlls in the nblo pamphlet he
published upon the subject.
No truo friend of personal llborty
can differ from Mr. Hoffmann In his
conclusions, nnd no truo friend of our
glorious country can deny tho fact
that he has pilloried somo of its worst
enemies. Mr. Hoffmann goes to tho
bottom of tho subject and exposes
tho sordid purposes and mercenary
objects of tho Rockefellers and other
financial backers of tho wavo of fan
aticism which has swept tho country
off its feet. Wo regret that wo have
not tho spaco to publish Mr. Hoff
mann's able artlclo in full, but wo
advise all men who aro opposed to
tho confiscation of prlvato proporty
and to tho obliteration of individual
rights to read Hoffmann'H bold trea
tise nnd commit It to memory The
truth is mighty and must prevail.
safeguarded tho large financial inter
ests which they represent by keep
ing their various enterprises us fully
prepared for poaco as for war. There
fore tho reconstruction period finds
all tho Dublsko projects on a sound
basis nnd going forward to still great
er expansion nnd prosperity.
No financial house In America
earned or received higher encomiums
for the public spirit which It mani
fested during tho war than Dublsko
& Company, as shown in nn earnest
personal support of tho government
nnd tho devotion of their business
enterprises nnd capital to construc
tive work demanded by tho exigen
cies of the times. War work and
war industries woro given first place
in all tho company's activities, and
the highest praise possible was frcoly
accorded to Mr. Dublsko and his staff
for their determined effort nnd Ini
inenso succoss in helping to "put
over" the various Llborty Loans.
Capital Is needed now for indus
trial dovelopmont as never bofore,
nnd It Is only necessary for tho suc
cess of a financial houso that It shall
chooso for its Investments and organ
izing ability sound, elenn ncodtul
projects, nnd hnvo them well man
aged. Based on these cnrdlnnl ideas,
II. W. Dublsko & Company havo
gained permanent success and a wido
reputation. With such principles
continually In forco tholr business In
the future promises to bo greater in
extent than In past years, nnd also
to bo of greater financial importance.
They havo novcr boon Identified
with n losing company or n non-cs-scntlal
Hvory ono of tholr flnnnclnl proj
ects havo made good nnd mado good
tho first year.
No stockholder In any H. W. Du
blsko Company projects has over suf
fered loss by such Investment. Many
stockholders Increaso their holdings
from years to year.
H. W. Dublsko & Company's enter
prises pay tholr dlvldonds regularly
nnd pay tho highest rato consist
ent with safety and prudont management.
H. H. Morricl: is ono of tho leaders
In tho civic lifo of Chicago. As presi
dent of tho Association of Commorco
ho 1ms dono great work for tho city,
Its present and future. Mr. Merrick
Is president of tho Gicat Lakes Trust
Company, Chicago's now big bank,
which started in with a capital ot
$3,000,000, nnd a surplus ot $600,000.
All of the stock was oversubscribed
C A. Blckctt, tho well known nnd
highly respected president ot tho
Blckctt Coal and Coke Company, al
though still a young man, has led n
very activo lifo and had been n po
tent flguro In tho buslnoss world for
many years. Whether as prosidont
of tho Chicago Bearing Metal Com
pany, tho Blckett Coal and Coko
Company, or ns a director of tho Port
Dearborn National Bank, ho has won
tho high regard of tho business public.
S. I'. Mcsslngor has done much for
Chicago in furnishing tho peoplo with
a flno lot ot first-class restaurants.
Leo Opponhclmor, vlco-presldcnt of
tho famous Mcsslngor lunch rooms,
is ono ot tho coming men ot Chi
cago, Ho la popular, able and progressive.
AdolphKrauslaanrajrala tke laad ol
very movement for the bettanoest
ot condition In Chicago.
Samuel R. Kaufman tho popular
president of tho famous Congross
Hotel Company nnd head of tho great
Congress Hotel, Is ono of tho most
publlo spirited citizens ot Chicago
who is always keenly alive on every
thing uplifting tho city and a broad
minded man of affaire who makes
ovcryono who patronlzos his hotel
John T. Murray, We wen known and
popular lawyer, would make a good
Judge Frank Johnston, Jr., is mak
ing a flno record on tho Circuit Court
John W. Eckhart has done much to
build up tho Iroquois Club. Ha makes
a success of everything he undertakes.
A GREAT FI
H. W. Dubiske & Company Pro
vide Capital for High Class
Business Projects Which Stand
on Normal and Sound Trade
In the course of a long and Inter
fating nrtlcle, written by C. C Bows
field, editor of tho National Banker,
tho National Banker says:
A notable record of successful
achiovement in flnnnclng nnd build
ing up essential Industries hns been
made by H. W, Dublsko & Company,
who havo met and surmounted many
serlouH problems In connection with
the protracted war nnd tho sudden
return to peace
H. W. Dublsko & Company have
pursued a consistent policy with re
spect to tho financing of business en
terprises, following tho soundest of
logic with reference to underlying
conditions and thoroby winning sub
stantial success. All through tho war
porlort they devoted their energy nnd
the full strength of their organization
to the development of Industries that
were of help to tho government. They
also gave personal gervlco to tho
great cause. At tho samo Ume they
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The mail of the hum' Is Ulenn II
ritiinli, the author of labor' plan to
nationalize tliu lallroaiN. A few das
ago ho mir us unknown to tho tiiiin In
the street us any chief In l'alacoiila.
Ills name Is In the headline now, and
will slay there u Ions time. The spot
light has been thrut upon him with
dramatic Kmldenncsx, He Is a corpo
ration lawyer who gained his experi
ence In transportation mutters In Chi
cago. Mr. lMuinli clings steadfastly to
the assertion that the railroad unions
aim "to eliminate the motive of
operation for profit mid substitute the
molhe of operation for service," to
which he adds the corollary that "It
means democracy hi industry, without
hlch democracy In politics Is n mere
shell ami sham."
He Hi oh with his family In Chevy
Cha-e, having moved there from Chi
cago recent ly, hen It became apparent
brotherhoods would menu tho direction
CR0WELL URGES AIR DEPARTMENT
Concentration of the nlr nctlvltles
of the United Slates, elilllan, niivul
and military, within the direction of a
single government agency, with nn
olllclal holding a place In Hie presi
dent's cabinet at the head, Is recom
mended by the special American nvln
lion mission, headed by Assistant See
letary of War Benedict Crowell, which
has been sttitljlng vahcraft develop
ment In Hurope.
Tlit' proposed department of nvln
t Ion, the mission asserted, should be
charged with full responsibility for
"placing mid maintaining our country
In the front rank among nations In
the development and utilization of air
craft for thu national security and In
the advancement of civil aerial trans
portation anil communication arts,"
The report of the mission, which
Is divided Into throe parts, dealing
with general organization, commercial
development nnd technical develop
ment, Is based on studies made In Knglund, France nnd Italy nftvr conferences
with air ministries, of the tllree governments, ranking army and navy com
manders, and the foremost alt craft manufacturers.
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Simon Luke has been at work
perfecting the modern submarine since
1890. And while ho was perfecting the
submarine for destruction he was also
evolving ono for salvage. Today his
plans aro complete, and out In Long
Island sound lies the submarine.
The device Is apparently simple.
A noucollnpslhlo steel tube penults tho
salvers to have an operating base on
the floor of the ocean. A flight of
stairs run down this tube. One end
of tho tube Is attached to the surface
vessel and the other to an operating
chamber. Water-ballast tanks are
distributed throughout Its length so
that the structure can be placed In
equilibrium with tho water when ready
Under perfectly nounul conditions
a man can walk down thesu stairs to
the bed of thu sea. He can step from
the submarine and walk In perfect
safety and comfort nn the floor of the
iilrlocked chamber which enables a man to go out through
but which prevents thu water from coming In.
FISKE GIVEN AERO CLUB MEDAL j
The board of governors of tho
Aero Club of America have avyurded
the cold modal of tho club to Rear
Admiral Bradley A. Flske, U. S. N
rotlrul, for his Invention of thu tor
pedo plane, patented on July 10, 1012,
which was ummI effectively dining tho
war. Announcement Is also made of
thu receipt ot n letter from Adialral
Klske which says, among other things:
"To bo awarded tho gold medal
of the Aero Club of America Is an
honor that Is exceptional, because tho
standing of the Aero club Is exception
al. But though thu standing of tho
Aero club Is high, tho effective work
which It cairled on throughout tho
war Ik not fully appreciated by tho
nation for the reason that Its work
was unollielal, nnd therefore not recog
"Like many another uuiecognlzed
agency however, Hh Influence was' po
tent and profound. Acting ns thu
nilvanco smut of aeronautic progress, tho Aero club continually guvo Informa
tion to the country of tho possibilities of naval nnd military aeronautics, In
sisted that those possibilities bo utilized, and demanded that congress appro
priate iiicli Miins'of money as would enable tho government departments to
utilize those possibilities completely and in time.
Aduilial I'lsko concludes by paying a tribute to thu patriotism nnd Intel
ligence ot the pi ess In air matters.
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MIRZA ABDUL ALI KHAN OF PERSIA
MAJOR J. WILFORD WINE.
Popular and Reipected Chicago Surgeon Who Won Promotion for Good
Work at the Front In France.
Mir.a Abdul All Khan, Sndlgh-c-Saltaneh,
newly nrrlvod minister from
I'erslu to the United States, vvas're
eelved ollkially at tho Whlto House by
President Wilson, to whom ho pre
sented Ids credentials as well us the
letters of recall of Ids predecessor,
Minister Mehdl Kahn.,
The new representative of the
shah comes from n Persian family of
ancient lineage. Ho was born In 1870,
educated In Tabriz, and entered the
diplomatic bervice In 1800, being for u
number of years attached to tho Per
sian embassy In London.
Minister Sadlgh has been tho re
cipient of niimiH'ouH decorations, both
In Ids own country and elsewhere,
among them being the Distinguished
Order of tho Lion nnd 5mi, the Order
of the Royal Portrait, of both the pres
ent shah and his predecessor, and the
Thu uverage man doesn't know much
about Persia, It appears that thu emperor nowadays Is Sultan Ahmad Shah,
There Is a national council and u senate, hut they dp not have much to buy.
The bhuh has 0,500,000 subjects, scattered over 028,000 square miles.
FRANK JOHNSTON, JR.
Popular Judge of the Circuit Court.
Among American music educators
Mr. and Mrs, Oscar Dels are in tho
very front rnnk. On principles of
psychology nnd modern pedagogy they
conduct tho work of tholr school whero
plnijo playing ns an art is taught exclusively.
Michael Corcoran, tho popular bill
poster-, with headquarters at 177 West
Washington street Is ono of tho busi
est men in Chicago. His work for
tho government during the war kept
him pretty busy, but tho business and
theatrical world now claims all of bin
.William C. Nieholt would mnko a
good County Commissioner. No man
is better posted on public affairs.
Dixon C. Williams should bo elected
to tho constitutional convention in
tho sixth district.
Addison itretrt, ont, of the widest
and longeat east and west streets on
the north and west sides, should be
made a boulevard.
Otto Kernor, tho well known lawyer
and popular master In chancery Is so
frequently mentioned for Judge of
tho Municipal Court that his friends
who aro legion aro hoping that ho
will muko tho raco. No man Is bol
ter equipped for tho place, oithor by
training or ability. His provon cour
age, uniform courtosy nnd Judicial
tomporament fit him for tho bunch.
Charles Appcl, tho popular proprie
tor of tho Nortli Sido Turner Hall, has
built up ono of tho finest restaurant
trades in Chicago by his genornl meth
ods and strict attention to business.
Peoplo who havo patronized his pop
ular restaurant at 820 N. Clark streot,
aro nover tired of praising tho good
cooking and eplondld weals,
Judgo Henry Guorln is making a
good record on tho Superior bonch.
A new bulletin of information ot
tho Oscar Dels School of Artistic
Piano Playing is Just off tho press.
Write for same, 218 South Wabash
William Whlto ot 2044 Pino Qrovo
avonua mny bo tho noxt state sena
tor from tho 31st district. Ho is vory
popular; Chicago-born liko his father
nnd mother, has plenty of money and
stands high with all ot his fellow
Republicans. Tho young men ot tho
district aro for him it ho will consent
to mnko tho raco.
Owon O'Mallcy, who mado a good
record and a host ot friends as Coun
ty Commissioner is devoting all of
his tlmo to his popular and prosper
ous cigar store, opposlto tho County
building nt 137 North Clark streot.
Louts J. Bchati. tho well known
lawyer and popular mastor in chanc
ery, is frequently mentioned for n
plnco on the Superior Bonch, Every
ono who knews him bollovcs that he
would mako n flno Judgo.
The Oscar Dots Piano School, ac
credited, elementary to tcachor's cer
tificate and grnduato courses. School
year begins Scptembor 10th. For bul
letin of Information, apply Oscar Dels
Piano School. Miss Botty Lyons, sec
retary, studio 025, 218 South Wa
bash avenue, Chicago, III.
"As an educational subjoct, music
is essential, and every boy and girl
should havo tho opportunity to study
music; to cnnoblo and refresh his men
tal and spiritual self, sensitizing a
keen appreciation ot tho beautiful
through tho beautiful."
Coroner Peter M. Hoffman Is al
ways alort in looking aftor tho in
terests of tho pooplo.
Frank A. Johnson, gonoral sales
manager of tho Grcnnan Cako Cor
poration, Is ono of the most popular
and wldcawako young mon In Chi
cago. Ho Is vory popular in polit
ical circles and many prodlct a big
public enrcor for him.
Robort II. Taft, tho popular Presi
dent of tho Lawronco Ico Cream Com
pany is ono of tho Hvo wires ot tho
Chicago business world. Intorosted
in many activo cntorprlsos ho is an up
builder of tho city and a man who
stands for the encouragement of prosperity.
City Clerk James T. Igoo gives sat
isfaction to tho public.
P. J. SIbloy, of tho Fountain Pen
Shop, at 31 N. Dearborn St., is otton
montionod for Clerk of tho Superior
Court. His popularity would Insure
his election it ho, would mako the
Judgo Scully of the County Court
Is a groat baseball fan and is very
popular with the ball players and
Dixon C. Williams has high honors
awaiting him at tho hands ot the
J08EPH F. HAAS.
Popular Recorder of Deeds. t.
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