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ES'''" ISHED OCTOBER S, 1849
aorporattd Utlr tilt Laws of Illinois.
rounded br HH.SItY F. DONOVAN.
The Chicago Eagle, a newspaper
far all elastet of readers, Is devoted
to National, State .and. Local Pol.
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SATURDAY SEPTEMBER .6, 1919.
GOOD ADVICE TO AUTOI8T8
FROM JUDGE JOHN STELK
Rainy weather and wet, slippery
streets mean extra careful driving.
When In doubt adopt tho safe course
speed must ulvvays give way to
Accidents are thc "tough luck" or
Just "carelessness." Think it over.
An ounce of precutlon is worth a
pound of cure.
Don't tollow other vehicles too close
ly thu more room you hae tho bet
ter, especially when the streets ore
wet or slippery.
Tho exercise of enro to pi event acci
dents is a duty which you owo to your
self and follow men. It is hotter to be
slightly delayed than to causo an acci
dent. Go slow and sound horn when turn
ing corners, passing children at play,
driving near schools, passing other
slow moving vehicles.
Remember that it takes less time to
learn to do a thing right than it docs
to explain why you did it wrong.
Ho careful whon passing cornow.
Think of tho other fellow.
For tho sake of safety, keep your
mind on your driving.
Accident prevention: It Is bettor to
loso a few seconds in avoiding an ac
cident than a month in nursing an
The careless dtiver Is unpatriotic.
To bo careful Is to bo patriotic.
Every man Mho, through his care
lessness, causes a provontablo acci
dent which results in personal Injury
or damago to property is an Indus
trial slacker and is placing additional
burdens on others.
Bravo men nro always careful men.
Tho public wants safety, not oxcusos.
Don't race motors needlessly. Don't
mako unnecessary noises.
It is better to bo caroful than to be
crinnlod or to crlpplo somo other
Drive carefully and thereby mako
friends with tho police and public.
Protect tho publlo respect tho
HERE THEY ARE
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Henry E. WIckwiro, 3334 Madison
George V. Lohraan, CCC N. Long
Helmer C. Patterson. 107 S. Waller
Edward I. Williams, C24 N. Racine
Van N. Hall, 318 N. Irving avenuo.
James Edward Jackson, 252 N.
Georgo Scheuermann, 1930 Walnut
R. J. Whlto, 1930 Walnut streot.
Nicholas J. Gnlllcch'lo, 9iC W. Austin
S. Cutting, 307 N. Waller
S. Rasmusson, 052 N. Cur-
James F. Fardy, 3423 Franklin bou
levard. John F. Hlggins. C16 N. Latrobo ave
nuo. , , ,
John M. Duffy, 118 S. Parksldo ave
nue. Lubomir G. Skaryszowskl, 1311 W.
Joseph A. Mclnerney, 1855 Washing
Harry W. Harris, 62G N. Avers ave
nuo. . .
Thomas L. Slater, 048 N. Learning
William Ganschow, 215C Pierco nve
nue Frank Peska, 1539 N Hamlin ave-
boulevard, Oak Park.
Otto Kasch, 5800 W. Division street
Oustave G. Heurlln, 5046 W. Superl
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C. E. WILLEY,
President of the Big C. L. Wllley Company, Who Would Make n Great
Mayor of Chicago.
Ooorgo C Greler, 1100 N. Finnclsco
Charles Woodward, 225 S. Scovlllc
avenue, Oak Park.
William S. Corbln, 1010 Eric street,
Gcoigu M. Bngby, 5725 W. Ohio
Thomas I). Onrry, 1925 Iowa Htrcot.
Richard F. Shay, 3768 W. Chicago
Patrick T. Hanlngton, 855 N. Craw-
WltowBkl, 2323 Thomas
Knud I. arson, 1543 N. Artesian ave
nue. TWENTY-FIFTH DISTRICT.
M. A. Mlchaclson, 3018 Palmer
Wlllard M. McEwcn, 3G33 N. Spring-
Dcuther, 5133 Windsor
Nichols, 3030 Eastwood
Charles Glonuon, 3900 Dakiu street.
Prank T. Huenlng, 2855 Holmont
Henry G. Zander. 1011 N. Koystono
Joseph Burke, 2C29 N. Frunclsco
J. O Clausen, 25 1G Logan boule
vard. Michael Domlnowskl, 2007 Milwau
Carl Strovor, 5332 Windsor nvenue.
Knrl F. M. Sandberg, 2850 Logan
Trank Wnnglerskl. 1239 N. Ashland
Joseph Parkor, 12 N. Carpenter
Phil T. Woyna, 1020 Milwaukee
Edward J. Corcoian, 323 S. Peoria
Biuno S. Mlndnk, 1515 X. Ashland
Ernst D. Potts, 21 N. Ashland bou
levard. Joseph P. Mnllek, 1809 N. Hcrmltago
I.udwlg Miller, 1119 Jackson boule
vard. Edward J. Redmond, 38 N. Eliznboth
William r. Potors. 1011 Rush street.
Charles II, Hamill, 199 Lako Shoro
Emll C. Wetton, 190 E. Chestnut
John B. Skinner, 739 Cass streot.
James II. Chnnnon, 072 Rush street.
Alexander II. Rooll, 812 N. Michi
Samuel M. Rlnakor, C02 Rush streot.
President of the Famous Western W
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Edwntd StciiBon, 1218 Astor street.
Edmund Mulcaliy, 37 10. Division
S .1. Siihnth, 15 Hellovuo place.
George Schmidt, 103 W. Chicago
H. It. Ham, 1211 N. Statu street.
Eugene H. Dupco, 531 Aldlno ave
nue. William II. Ueckmnn, 21CS Orchard
Kdwnrd S. Day, 5120 Sheridan road.
Georgo Welsh Weber, 917 Eastwood
Frederick A. Freenik, IC02 Maldon
William H. Pettis. 818 I.akesldo
Albert W. Urlckwood, Jr., 859 Wel
William Cullen Hums, 1902 Hovvo
Donald L. Morrill, m:i2 Kcnmoro
James P. llrcnnnn, 300!) N. Clnrk
John Vogcl, 3511 Wilton nvcnuo.
Robert Norberg, 2445 Seminary ave
nue. VOTE FOR DUFFY
John M. Duffy, tho well known law
yer and public spirited citizen, has
announced his cnndldacy for dologato
to tho constitutional convention from
tho Twenty-first senatorial district
Mr. Duffy Is splendidly qualified for
tho place and It olectod will provo
his usefulness to tho people. Ha Is
honest and trustworthy and on all of
tho public issues of vital importance
can bo rolled upon to stand up for
tho rights of tho people
VOTE FOR GLENN
Tho best equipped candidate for
dolcgato to tho constitutional con
vention in tho Sixth district is John
M. Glonn. Ills rlpo experience,
provon ability, and courage, and ster
ling honesty fit him for tho placo.
Justin F. McCarthy, former assistant
states attorney for Cook county, has
nssolated himself with Frank T. Jor
dun and Michael J. Sullivan; Jordan,
McCarthy & Sullivan to engage in
the general practice of law, with offi
ces at suite 906-7 Rector Building,
79 W. Monroe streot, Chicago.
Edwaid V. Dunno, William J. Cor
boy and Mnurlco F. Dunno nnnounco
tho formation of u copartnership for
tho prnctico of law undor tho firm
name of Dunno, Corboy and Dunno,
with offices at 720 tho Rookery, 209
S. La Salle streot.
recking and Lumber Company.
C. D. WALC0TT AND
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Ecuador, Peru. ItnlMn, Africa, Borneo and Celebes. The explorations, nil of
which were In the Inteie-l of science, Include work In geology, botnny, zoology,
utithiopologyf archeology, ethnology and astrophysics.
WILL JUDGE LINDSEY GO TO JAIL?
Two hundred mid fifty i1us In Jail
for a principle. That Is thu penalty
that Judgu Ben B. I.lndscy, the la
moils "kids' Judge" of Demur, expects
to pay for holding Inviolate the con
fidence of n small hoy. Thu supremo
totirt of thu state has ruled that he
must carry out the sentence. Judge
Llndsey has taken an appeal to the
United States Hupieiuu court, but law
yers say there Is no federal question
Involved nnd they epect the Supreme
court to deny Jurisdiction.
The only alternative Is the pay
ment of a line of $"J00. Judge Llndsey
hns flatly refused to pay this lino and
says that he will go to Jail for life
ratlier than do so. Ilo maintains that
In spite of his conviction ho Is not
guilty of contempt of court. Friends
have offered to pay thu line and costs
for lilin, and even the children have
offered to ralsu the money.
Thu "kid" In thu case Is Ncal
Wright, who Is now In thu United States army In France. Ills rather was
murdered. Ills mother confessed to the murder. Then Nenl confessed that ho
killed his father. What hu told Judge Llndsey Is thu nub of tho ens. The
statu contended that the boy's confession to tho Judgu would have convicted
SENATOR KELLOGG'S LICENSING BILL
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lize commerce. It Is my opinion that prosecution under tho present antitrust
act Is not n HUlllclcnt remedy. There should ho a department of tho govern
ment having power of supervision, not necessarily Interfering with tho busi
ness of the country, but possessing the power to Investigate, publish thu facts,
and tnko Immediate action, to revoko a license If u corporation abuses Its
ASTOR GIVES HIS
Deeds of trust hnvo been filed In
tho registrar's ofllce In New York city
on behalf of William Wnldorf Astor,
conveying all of his real estate In New
York city, or elsewhere, to tho Farm
ers' Loan and Trust company as ti lis
ten In ti list for his two sons, Wnldorf
Astor and Copt. John Jacob Astor.
No Mntcuicut could be obtained
from Viscount Astor'a liivvycm as to
tho cause of this bg transfer, but It Is
evidently In keeping with his policy to
escape u heavy Inherltnnco tax law,
which Is 5 per cent on bequests over
Under tho transfer In tiust nre
land and buildings valued at more than
$50,000,000, this would mean a saving
to tho estato of $2,500,000 In Inherit
Among the moio vulunhlo proper
ties transfeired are tho Hotel Astor,
assessed at 51,050,000; tho Astor theu
ter, assessed at $1,00J,000, and tho
Astor apaitnients, assessed at $1,025,000 Viscount Astor was born In 1848.
GREY TO REPRESENT BRITAIN HERE
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prevented him fiiu hrlnuln;.' about a peaceful settlement of tho Serbian ques
tion. When thu Ahqulth cabinet hub superseded by tho Llojd George coulltkut
uiinlUry, Gicy retired-
Charles I), Wnlcott, secretary of
the Hmltlixonlnu Institution In Wash
ington, has Issued nn lllutrntid nc
count of the field work of the last year
by Its stuff and collaborators. Tho
Smlthsonlnn was established by fed
eral statute In 1810 under tho terms
of the will of James Smlthson (1705
1820), who bequeathed In 1820 tho sum
of $510,000 to thu United States "for
the Inciensu nnd diffusion of knowl
eduu iimoiig men." Smlthson was tho
nnttiiiil xon of tho duke of Northum
berland and wild that his bequest
would make his nnino better known
than his father's. Thu Income of the
Smithsonian Is now about $100,000 n
One of the most Important activi
ties of the Smlthinnlnn Institution Is
the explmntlon of little-known regions
of tin woild. Among tho regions
lslted by thu 2'-' separate expeditions
ii i o miiiiv states In this country. Chile,
Senator Kellogg of Mlnnesotu has
Introduced n bill that has stirred up
much discussion. In presenting It Sena
tor Kellogg said, among other things:
"Thu bill requires all corporations
engaged In Interstate commcrco and
having ii capital or assets of $10,000,
000 or over to tnku out a federal lt-1
cense. It further provides for n for
feiture of the license Jf tho corpora
tion shall enter Into any contract, com
bination, or conspiracy In restraint of
trade, or shall monopolize commerce,
or attempt to monopolize It This
would give thu federal trado commis
sion n supervisory Jurisdiction over
such corporations, and their llcenso
would be subject to forfeiture If they
engngu In a combination to raise or
fix prices, engage In unfair methods
of competition for tho saku of crushing
out their competitors, or any of the
other abuses which have been In tho
pnsW commonly employed to monopo
Americans havo reason to bo well
pleased with tho announcement In tho
British houso of commons thst Vis
count Giey, better known by his
enrller tltlo of Sir Edward Grey, for
years secretary of statu for foreign af
fairs of tho united kingdom, has con
hunted to represent his country nt
Washington as temporary ambassador,
Wero hu not threatened with loss of
sight ho would hu uigcil to become
permanent ambassador l tho United
Loid Grey Is one of thu most at
tiactlvu statesmen In Gieat Britain.
Ills ability, his hlgh-mlndediiess, his
Independence, his duvotlou to moder
ate piogresslvlsm havo earned for him
uulveisal respect and admiration.
In tho critical days of lato July,
1014, ho labored earnestly for peace,
aud only thu cynicism and iiirogaucu
of tho German Imperial government,
which was determined to havo war.
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GEORGE W. PAULLIN,
Chicago's Leading Furrier and Popular Trustee of the Sanitary District.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscnr Dols havo boon
spending part of their summer vaca
tion at Lako Geneva. Oscar Deis
Piano School will reopen Us studios
on Scptombcr 10th.
District Attorney Clyne is making
a good record.
Louis J. Behan, tho well known
lnwycr and popular master In chanc
ery, is frequently mentioned for a
placo on tho Superior Bench. Every
one who knews him bollovcs that ho
would mako a lino Judge.
Tho Oscar Dols Piano School, ac
credited, elementnry to teacher's cer
tificate and graduate courses. School
year begins September 10th. For bul
letin of information, apply Oscar Dols
Piano School. Miss Betty Lyons, sec
retary, studio 025, 218 South Wa
bash avenue, Chicago, III.
"As an educational subject, music
Is essential, and every boy and girl
should hnvo tho opportunity to study
music; to cnnoblo and refresh his men
tal and Bpiritutil solf, sensitizing a
keen appreciation of tho beautiful
through the beautiful."
Coroner Peter M. Hoffman Is al
ways alert In looking after tho in
terests of tho people
Frank A. Johnson, general sales
manager of tho Grcnnan Cako Cor
poration, Is ono of the most popular
and widenwako young men in Chi
cago. Ho Is very popular In polit
ical circles aud many predict a big
public career for him.
Robert II. Taft, tho popular Presi
dent of tho Lnwrenco Ico Cream Com
pany is ono of tho live wires of the
Chicago business world. Interested
in many nctlvc enterprises ho is an up
builder of thu city and a man who
stands for tho encouragement of pros
perity. City Cleik James T. Igoo gives sat
isfaction to tho public.
P. J. Sibley, of tho Fountain Pen
Shop, at 31 N. Dearborn st, is often
mentioned for Clork of tho Superior
Court. His popularity would insuro
his election if ho would mako tho
Dixon O. Williams has high honors
awaiting him at the hands of the
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COL. ABEL DA VI 8,
Who 8hould Be Nominated and Elected Delegate to the Constitutional
Convention In the Fifth District
Among American music educators
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Dols aro in tho
very front innk. On principles of
psychology nnd modern pedagogy they
conduct tho work of tholr school where
piano plnving as an nrt 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
the government during tho war kept
him pretty busy, but tho business and
theatrical world now claims all of bin
William C. Niohoff would mako 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 treex, oni or the widest
and longest eaBt and west streets on
the north and west sides, should be
made a boulevard.
Otto Kemer, tho well known lavvyor
and popular mastor In chancery is so
frequently montloncd for Judgo of
thu Municipal Court that his frlonds
who aro legion nro hoping that ho
will mako tho race. No man Is bet
tor equipped for tho placo, either by
training or ability. His provon cour;
age, uniform courtesy and Judicial
temperament fit him for tho bench.
Charles Appcl, tho popular proprie
tor of tho North Side Turner Hall, has
built up ono of tho finest restaurant
trades in Chicago by his general meth
ods and strict nttontlon to business.
Pooplo who hnvo patronized his pop
ular restaurant at 820 N. Clark street,
nro nover tired of praising tho good
cooking nnd splondld meals.
Judgo Honry Guorln is making a
good rocord on tho Suporlor bench.
A now bulletin of Information of
tho OBcar Dols School 6t Artistic
Piano Playing is Just oft tho press.
Wrlto for snmo, 218 South Wabash
Dennis J. Egan would rouko a uso
ful mombor of tho constitutional con
vention If ho would mako tho race
for election us a dologato.
John W. Eckhart has done much to
build up the Iroquois Club. He makes
a success of everything he undertakes.
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