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nMrvd t Sstond Class Mattnr October 11, ISM. at tht Pott Office of Publication!
Offie at Chicago, Illinois, unaer Act of March 3, 1t7t. 179 W. WasMlnoton St., Chieogo, III.
INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NONE.
Entered as Second Class Mfilter October 11, ItW, at t4
Office at Chicago, Illinois, under Ast of Marah I, W.
THIRTIETH YEAK, NO.
HERE THEY ARE
Complete List of the Filings for Seats
in the Constitutional Conven
tion Is Given Below
Some Very Good, Some Very Bad, and
Very Indifferent Candidates Are
'i'liu complete list ot the candidates
for nomination ns delegates to the
constitutional convention havo been
prepared by Secretary of Stato Km
morson and an olllclal cortlllcntlon of
the Mings sent to tho election com
inlssloiioiH in Chicago.
Thcro wcro coniparatlvoly few with
drawals and tho total number of can
didates In Cook county Is approxi
mately 200, Including Socialists.
There nro several districts whoro
thcro will bo no contests at tho pri
mary because of lack of candidates.
However, tho llBt of Mings, taken
aB u whole, Is considered Hatlsfactory
by civic lenders, who declaro that with
tho exercise of Judgment mi tho part
of tho electors, a representative list
of delegates can bo secured.
Following aro tho llllnga for tho
Cook county dlstrlctn:
FIRST, DISTRICT, ,. ,
Walter II. Wilson, 2019 l'ralrlo uvo
into. Franklin A. Dcnlson, 3132 Cnlumot
CJeorgo W. Illnckwell, 21 Host 2Sth
Androw It. Sheriff. 101 S. Michigan
Lewis K. Torbet, 09 West Jackson
Levy Mayor, Illackstono hotel.
Norman II. Macl'herson, 1907 S.
Sol Van Praag, 2220 Wabash nve
nuo. Mlchnol Henry Joyce, 118 K .'Mat
John J. Gorman, 1033 Jnckson boulo
vnrd. Fredrick W. Ilruder, 212(1 W. Madi
William W. Haupt, ISO:; Hastings
Jncob II. Marks, HIS S. Paulina
TYnncls A. Hurloy, '.22r:i Wnrron
George W. Stnuffor, 21 S. Lincoln
Frnnlc Comorford, 2009 W. 12th
Michael F. Sullivan, Kill W. Jack
Abraham Snlltsky, SOS S. Marsh
Anthony D'Andrcu, 902 S. Ashlnnd
Hurry U. Greenwood, 215 S. Throop
Arthur K. Smith, 20 12 Lexington
Edwnrd II. Morris, (1757 Vornon
Archibald J. Cnroy, 3128 Vornon
Chester W. DoArmoud, 3325 Cnlu
Mnthow D. Hnrtlgnn, 2830 Wallaco
Henry M. Asbton, 551 Oukwood bou
lovnrd, James A. Gorman, 2812 Prlncoton
Phil. ShPi'Idnn Roo, 3573 Vinecnnes
Josopli do Parberrl, 100 13. list
Charles Hullbeck, 770 K. list stroot.
John E. Trnogor, 921 W. nith plnco.
Goorgo P. Lntchford, 1532 Emerald
Frank nngen, 417S S. Hnlsted stroot.
George W. Lynch, 723 W. 5lth placo.
Charles Francis Drown, 1251 Wont
Largest Weekly Circulation Among
People of Influence and Standing
S2 Per Year In Advance.
Morton D. Hull, 1855 Woodlawn
Abel Davis, 5125 12111s avenue.
Georgo F. Fitzgerald, 5137 Universi
Charles II. Robinson, 5128 Universi
Kd win W. Sims, 1800 Kenwood ave
Martin J. Isaacs, 125 E. ISth street.
William J. Lindsay, C219 St. Uiw
William V. Cnsoy, (1120 Langloy uvo
line. Harry N. Strouss, 5127 Indiana nve
nue. David Rosenheim, 1531 Droxcl boule
Fred W., Hack. 5183 Kills avenue.
Harney Ucrlyn, 0003 Pralrlo nve
nuo. SIXTH DISTRICT.
Rufus C. Dawes, 1S00 Sheridan rond,
Itnlph K. Church, 915 Judson ave
Goorgu A. Dupuy, 1520 N. Paullnti
John M. Glenn, 1131 Forest avenue,
James Nicholas Loronz, 1313 N. Pau
W. It. Tucker, 1723 Asbury avonuo,
Joseph E. Flanagan, 1S50 N. Pniillnu
Joseph II. Stangor. 2211 Lowls
Victor Koohlor, 1808 Uyron streot.
Christian Meier, 12 1C N. WlncheBter
Frederic It. DoVoung, 50 10. 155th
Amos C. Mlllor, 211 Molroso nvenuo,
Jnmes Clifton Strong, 85 K. 13th
streot, Cltlcngo Heights.
William II. Malono, 200 Grnnd bou
lovnrd, Park Itldgo.
David E. Shannltnn, 3315 S. Western
Frank Trofll, 3137 W. 23rd street.
O. W. Christopher, 2020 W. 35th
Aloxandor W. Kalfas, 2321 S. Sac
Clmrlos J. Michnl, 2110 S. Kedzlo
Robert K. Cauloy, 202S W. 35th
Joseph T. Wlnleky, 3302 S. Hamil
Samuel Hurt, 2031 W. 35th street.
Leo J. Slaskl, 2215 S. Sacramento
Thomas Guerln, 3157 S. Ashland
Goorgo A. Pasta, 3502 W. 20th
Mlchnol J. Doukln, 2530 S. California
Walter E. Pacanowskl, 92 L W. 31st
William D. Scott, 2833 Eleanor
William II. Crudon, 10201 Wallace
Porclvnl G. Ilaldwln, 2017 W. 70tli
Chester W. Church, 0305 Vnlo avo
nuo. Goorgo M. Toboy, 0120 S. Iloninn
Henry Knnus, 735 W. Gnrflold bou
Frank J. Wnlsh, 512 W. 05th streot.
Mlchaol K. Shorldan, 500S S. Peoria
Wilbur J. McGlnnoss, 7S01 S. Mor
John T. Duffy, 911 W. 55th street.
I Honry Gronlor, 01 17 S, May stroot.
II. O. IlocHo, 571S Wentworth uvo
nuc. THIRTEENTH DISTRICT.
Douglas Sutherland, C55S Minerva
Almon W. Uulkloy, 7151 Euclid ave
nue. Oscar Wolff, 10011 Avenue II.
-, .-,. .. ,',, "1 .
Waltor II. Allen, S23 E. SOth streot.
Robort E. L. Ilrooks, 971G Avenuo II.
Henry R. llnldwin, 10S07 S. Hoyno
Edgar O. Eakln, 1015 E. OSth street.
John J. Poulton, 7311 Oglosby avo
nuo. Emory M. Shaw, 11133 Pralrlo ave
nuc. Frank E. Davidson, 7130 Klmbark
Henry M. Polite, 0555 Minerva avo
nuo. Frank Foster, 9120 Exchango nve
Harry II. Wilson, 11332 Watt avo
nuo. Josopli Gajoski, 511 W. 110th street.
Ernst Kuno, 2025 S. Ilnlstod street.
Otto F. Ring, 1120 W. 18th street.
S. E. Piucus, 830 W. 1-lth street.
I. F. Dankowskl, 1702 W. 17th streot.
SATURDAY, SEPT 13 M HER (5, V.)).
Dennis A. Hornn, 191138. Ashland
Edwin II. Wclman, 828 O'Nell street.
William Lowln, 1SIC W. 20th street.
Charles Hechlcr, 1350' W. tlth
Anthony Plntozzl, Jr., 5C7 Forquer
Thomas F. Frolo, 1110 W. Taylor
Michael larussl, Ml W. Taylor
Peter J. Splngola, 750 West Taylor
John Zvellnu, 1125 N'owbcrry ave
nue. NINETEENTH DISTRICT.
Harry A. Slngel, 1220 S. Homnn
William E. Uurns, itfGI9 S. Central
Park avenuo. 5
Edwnrd F. Zahrobsky, 1032 S. 57th
Robert II. Eberlo, 3910 Juekson
Joseph Danlts, 3'GIG Douglas boule
vard. Louis II. Clusmnn, 2910 W. Van Uu
Horvey C. Foster, 4500 Jackson
Michael Mann, 3521 Douglas boule
vard. John Lehmnn, 1510 S. Kenneth nve
nuo. William Dolose, 5311 W. 22nd streot,
COLONEL ROBERT W. STEWART,
Chlcano Lawyer and Public Spirited
Michel Rosenborg, 1230 Indopend
Martin J. O'llrdn, 3S15 Flouruoy
Jnmes J. Powers, 2102 S. Homnn
John J. U rmly, 2010 Jackson boule
vard. John A. Ulricli, 720 S. Kllbourn ave
nue, Clmrlos S. Doughorty, 38U Gladys
Juntos "J: Saul, 2S51 S. Ilamllu avo
nuo. Georgo E, Shankstono, 3237 Douglas
Henry Weill, 1130 W. 21st plnco.
Robort E. O'Connor, 3527 W. Jack
William J. Roach, 1351 Wilcox
Mordecal Shuliuan, 1032 S. Trum
(Continued on page 4.)
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Mayor Thompson Orders the Police to
Run Blacklegs, Crooks and Gam
blers to Earth at Once
He Says There Are Laws Enough Now if the
Police Will Obey Orders and
Enforcement of the present laws
nil her than new laws and changes in
the pollen department Is tho answer
to charges that protected vlco
and gambling nro nourishing in Chi
cago, Is tho belief of Mayor Thomp
son. "Knforce tho law," was the mayor's
order to tho chief nt 11 conference at
Man of Affairs.
which tho mayor also instructed tho
clilof to "go tho limit" In obtulnlng
ovidenco ngnlust pollco captains In
whoso districts lawlessness Is found.
"Tho mayor told mo to luvestlgato
thoroughly tho charges that cortuin
districts nro In bad shape, and to net
immediately against pollco captains
who havo fulled in tholr duty," sold
The presont agitation agulnst gam
bling is causing tho gamblers to re
form temporarily according to tho
chief, who could Ilnct no work for his
nowly organized gambling squad to
do yesterday. There will bo plenty
for it to do in a day or two, tho chief
bolloves, when "things quiet down a
bit" ami tho gamblers go back to
Another Indication that gamblers
nro lying low for a whllo was tho fact
that tho chlof received only throo lot
tors In n day reporting gambling.
Tho number of such iinonymous com
munications generally run as high as
Police Force Will Be Better
When It Formulates New
Alderman VYnltor P. Stcffen and the
council commute on pollen nro busy
on now rules and regulations for the
Soveral radical reforms In tho de
partment nro expected to result. A
number of excellent' points discovered
on tho eastern trip are being consid
Leudlng tho reforms, or changes
some of tho aldermen prefer that term
to bo used nro tho following:
Ellmlnutlon of the desk sergeant,
replacing him by tho lieutenant on
duty, thereby relieving the sergeant
for patrol duty.
Increasing tho responsibility of tho
product euptoln so that ho Is ac
countable for tho district six days of
tho week twenty-four hours 11 day.
Rovlslon of the reserve policeman
system so us to get full duty out of
Increase of tho pension and rolonso
ot tho estimated 300 to 500 superan
nuates, thereby keeping the force full
of young, netlvo men.
Cutting down of running expenses
of tho thirty-tour pollco units.
Consideration of tho nrmy enlist
ment plan, whereby a patrolman Is
enlisted for a short
Instead of for life
period of years,
school course of tho now patrolman.
Making tho patrolman responsible
to his commanding olllcer nnd not
11 politician- for law enforcement.
Chief Clerk Sullivan Gives Out
Interesting Facts and Figures.
Race riots are responsible for a
largo part of tho 5,372 decrease In the
number of registered voters In tho
Second ward, In tho opinion of James
E. Sulllvnn, chlof clerk of tho board
of election commissioners.
Mr. Sullivan's force of dorks has
comploted cheeking up tho registra
tion for tho primary to bo held Sept.
10, wlion candidates for delegate to
(ho constitutional convention will bo
Thoy report that t'lilcugo and Cicero
now Iiivao 00,170 fower men and wo
men voters than thoy had at tho tlmo
of tho nuiyoralty olectlon last April.
Tho Second wnrd dod'onse was the
largest In tho city, tho loss there
averaging about 07 to a precinct. In
this, the largest negro ward, last April
30, 1(17 men and women voters regis
tered. Rovlslon of tho registration
on Aug. 20 shows that only 21,785 nro
eligible to voto at tho coming primary.
Mr. Sulllvnn says tho public is show
ing 110 lntorest in tho primary for
tho nomination of constitutional con
vention delegates. There novor was
a time, ho said, that so little atten
tion was paid to suspect notices sent
out by tho election judges and clerks,
In somo precincts whoro more than 100
notices woro served, only two votors
came In to make tho usunl claims of
The net loss of votors in the Twen-ty-llftli,
tho big north sldo republican
stronghold, was 5,297, ho said, tho
number now registered being '13,209.
"Rut in proportion to population
and the number of voters," wont on
WJI OL 12 MiMK E K J 550
Mr. Sulllvnn, "tho Second ward do
crease Is the largest. I nni informed
by judges nnd clerks In that ward
that many negroes moved out of thu
wnrd on account ot the race riots.
"I presume that most of them havo
taken up their residence in other
wards, but they Inform mo that many
of them actually moved out of tho
city nnd have gone back to tho south."
"BLUE SKY" SWINDLERS
Crooked financial sharks will get
the limit, according to .lames A. Da
vis, manager anil a deputy of tho
tfecrotnry of Stato of Illinois.
"Our complaints," Mr. Davis said,
"nro largely from widows who havo
been attracted to glittering schemes
through country nowspaper advertis
ing avid ti'10 lunllu. Albo tho 'business
chances' columns of suvural Chicago
newspapers furnish a medium for get
ting ninny swindlers in touch with
"Tills ban linen u fruitful Held for
fraud for some time. In fact, tho
columns haw long been known in
l.nKulle streot as tho 'swindle column.'
"At the outset wo nro relying large
ly on moral smuttou In correcting
evils. Hut when moral suasion fails,
we are prepared for prosecution."
The demand for the services of tho
bureau has been so heavy that a corps
of investigators 'Ih to be added to
Its working staff Immediately. Par
ticular attention will be paid to laud
and securities frauds. Liter women
linestigntors will be added to tho
staff. Their duties will bo to chock
over tho merchandise advertising in
Chicago newspapers daily and visit
tho various stores to uncertain
whether tho advertised product Is ex
actly as advertised.
Tho bureau has temporary quarters
In the Association of Commerco rooms
at 10 S. LaSallo stieet. Permanent
quarters will bo acquired Intor.
Fearing tho threatened sirlko ot
steel workers may prevent tho city
frcm obtaining steel for the comple
tion of the Michigan houlcwird link,
Presldout Faherty of the board of lo
cal Improvements sent a lleet of mo
tor trucks to Gary to haul the pieces
waiting there for delivery.
JAMES M. WHALEN
Jnmes M. WlmlPii, Ralph L. lVck
and Marry A. I.lpsKy wore reappointed
members of tho county ilvil slivIcc
commission Tuesday by tin- county
board. Whalen's term expire-, .inly 1.
1020; Pock's a jear biter, and Lip' 1 V
Juh 1, 1922.
John T. Drlscoll has done much to
wards tho upbuilding of Chicago and
especially of tho gieat West Hldo.
An extcnrlvo property owner himself,
ho has always been foremost In 1 very
movement tending to furtlior tho in
terests of tho city or of his follow citi
zens. No man is nioro respected and
no man usks for less.
Owen O'.Mnlloy, popular former
cnuntv commissioner ami leading tigar
donlor at 137 North Clark street, is
making 11 good record as commissioner
of the Forest Proserie.
Lnrgnst Weekly Circulation Among
People of Influence and Standing
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