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I j) lirtvrttl ao Second Clan MatUr Oetnbar 11. 1(189. at tht Pott
' ' Offlo at Chicago, llllnoli, unaer Act of March 3, 117.
Office of Publication,
179 W. Washington St., Chicago, III.
INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NONE.
Entered aa Second Clot M fetter October 11, IMS, at Mw Pest
Office at Chicago, llllnolt, under Aet of Maraft vm.
GOODBY TO JOBS
Republicans Tell Democrats They Can
Have But One More Tear of the
Election Commissioner's Office
Because Judge Scully's Successor
in November Instead of
Republican politicians claim that
they will have a lead plpo cinch on
the- Jobs In the election commission
era olllco after November, 1920. They
clnlni that Cook county 1h bound to
go republican at the presidential elec
tion next year.
Tho election of a successor to tho
Into County .ludgo Thomas F. Scully
will be hold In November, 1920, at tho
uaino time with tho national, statu
nnd county elections. Thin dato has
been' definitely determined, and will
not bo changed unless a. competent
court order requires a special election
nicantline. It Ih also a most dollnlto
forecast that Probato .ludgo Henry
Horner will contlnuo as acting county
Judge until that election is held.
Judge Homer, It la understood, does
not desire to hold tho poHtllon or
county Jt'i'fc" aft.r lie flit' 'uve "llci'
out tho Interim appointment, and Is
expected to he a candidate to succeed
hlmsolf as Judgo of tho I'robato court
This arrangement Is now known to
bo satisfactory to all of the political
Interests nnd factions In both parties,
nnd tho politicians lmvo sounded pub
lic sentiment and have reported al
most unanimously that tho tnxpnyors
nnd citizens generally aro cntlroly
willing to lmvo tho present situation
continued, Inasmuch as It precludes
the necessity of n special $1,000,000
primary and election.
County Clerk Swoltzcr said that ho
has no downstato judgo undor consid
eration to ho called la, and Indicated
that ho has ground for tho substantial
hopo that Judgo Ilornor will act as
tho county Judgo until a now county
Judgo Is elected. As fur as tho court
proceedings nro concerned, It Is a
Btiro thing thnt any decision In tho
lowor court tending to forco Immo
dlnto action by tho county clork will
bo nppoaled to tho Supremo court,
which means a long technical dolny.
Tho antl-Sulllvan Democratic group
that talks about mandamus proceed
ings against Gov. Lowdon may tnko
soino action, but tho political leaders
lmvo been advised that no mandamus
cun llo against a governor.
SOLID FOR WILSON
Illinois Democrats Will Back
Him for Third Term.
From present nppenrances tho Illi
nois delegation to tho Democratic Na
tional Convention noxt year will bo
solid for Woodrow Wilson's ronomlnn
tlon If ho wants It. It has been stated
that tho Illinois delegation to next
year's Democratic national convention
Is not to bo dollvored to formor Sec
retary of tho Treasury William G. Mc
Adoo nnd the chances nro that Mr. Mc
Adoo's mnnngors will lmvo consider
able troublo in getting holp from
Roger C. Sullivan and his friends, who,
undoubtedly will bo In coutrol of tho
grcntcr part of tho national dolcgntcs
to bo elected in April.
Personally, tho Illinois loaders nro
on most friendly tonus with nornard
M. nuruch, who now npponrs In tho
opon as tho actlvo manngor of tho Mc
Adoo campaign, but tho McAdoo
rumblings from tho Illinois prnlrlos
linvo been of tho faintest typo, so far
as tho Sullivan nontenants hnvo been
nblo to got them.
This Is disclosed by tho nppoarnnco
in Chicago of tho word that was
passed out Saturday at tho Atlantic
City session of tho oxecutlvo commit
too of tho Democratic national com
mittee. Theso tidings woro to tho highly
doflnlto offoct that Presldont Wilson,
more than posslhiv jn not want a
Largest Weekly Circulation Among
People of Influence and Standing
ti Per Year In Advance.
rcnomluatlon, and that Mr. llantch
and Thomas Ii. Chadbourne, Jr., lmvo
taken over tho duty of nominating Mr.
McAdoo for the presidency.
A well posted writer In Tho Trlbuno
suys that tho story Is that Messrs.
Ilnruch and Chadbourne, with their
own great wealth and their exceeding
ly strong Ilnanclnl alliances, aro work
ing through trusted agents In nil parts
of tho country to tlo up state delega
tions so thnt tho moment the word
comes olllclally thnt President Wilson
Is not to bo renominated the swing to
McAdoo can start without an Instant's
Mr. McAdoo, accompanied by Mrs.
McAdoo, Presldont Wilson's daughter,
nnd Miss Sally McAdoo, were In Chi
cago on their wny from tho Pacific
coast to Now vork. Mr. McAdoo had
nothing to sny politically. Ho paid
lit thougtit discussions ot his own pos
sible candidacy were "premature."
Ho Insisted that tho eastern trip ot
himself and family Is not necessitated
by tho president's Illness, ns they had
received favorublo woid from Wash
ington. LABOR PARTY
The list of candidates of the Labor
party for delegates to tho constitu
tional convention was announced.
Tho namort must bo tiled by petition
before the time limit expires for In
dependent llllngs, . noxt Saturday.
Tho list follows:
1. John II. Kennedy.
2. William J. Itiordnn, llort Mur
phy. :i. Honry Sherlle, William Martin.
1. Mnx. Wegener.
5. Joseph Winkler, Lowls P. Hill.
0. John C. Teovan, Albert Stowart.
!). James J. Mahor, Rudolph A.
11. H. Keeno Uyan, Henjamln P.
II!. M. W. Haven, K. Ulovens.
15. Gustav A. Grossman.
1ft. II. It. Krnshnow, A. Vanderpoel.
21. lien. P. Parker, E. James.
23. William K. Hodrlguoz.
23. Prank I). Link, W. Thomns
27. John W. Muskoll, Douglas Me-
20. Kdward Hammond.
'J(i. William It. Doyor.
WANTS CENSUS TAKERS
Second District Supervisors
Looking for Men and Women
Wanted 285 mon and women to net
as census takers.
Churles Steffel, recently appointed
Biinorvlsor over tho second district,
eoinnrlsinc Cook county, oxclualvo of
Chicago, and Lnko county, hns tho
285 jobs and wants that numbor of
competent mon nnd women to fill
thorn. Tho census tnklng will start
Jan, 2. Tho employment will bo from
two to four wooks In nccordanco with
tho length of tlmo tho task takes.
Tho pay will bo botwoon $1 and $G a
day. Applications can bo placed with
Mr. Stoffol at Clcoro and tho Job ob
tained by successfully passing tho
CHICAGO FARMERS SHY
Makers of Improper Returns to
Be Haled Before Revenue
Farmers In tho Chicago district who
turned In Improper Incomo tax roports
will bo called in to explain.
Intornal Rovomto Collector Smlotnn
kn detailed 175 doputies to start work
Is to Be Chosen
Wednesday checking up on tho ached-
ules filed by tho fnrmcrs In this dis
It was not bclloved that many far
mers wilfully mndo falso roports nnd
thero was llttlo probability that there
would bo any arrests. Opportunities
will bo given for thorn to correct their
schedules. Tho penalty for making
President of the
falso schedules is 11,000 lino and n
year in Jail.
Those who failed to mako roports
will bo arrested. Tho final chock on
Chicago corporations also begins
Tho city council, at a spoclul moot
ing on Tuesday, extended a cordial In
vitation to Cardinal Morcior to be
come tho official guest of tho city of
Georgo L. Scholn, tho well known
lawyer, who numbers his frlonds by
tho thousand, would mako a flno Judgo.
Mr. Scholn has no ambition in this di
rection, it is said, but his ability, fair
ness and legal experience well fit him
for judicial honors.
NORTH SHORE GETS
North Shore commuters can get into
tho loop over tho electric road.
A now time card, which went Into
effect Sunday, shows the number of
express nnd limited trains now shut
tling betwee.il Chicago nnd Milwaukee
has risen to eighty-one.
To provide waiting rooms against
the windy weather of winter President
Ilrltton I. lludd has leased tho old
two story art studio building at 20!)
South Wabash avenue, lust south of
East Adams street. The Chicago,
North Shore & Milwaukee Electric
railway gets possession of this build
ing tomorrow and will proceed to
make an up-to-date Intel-urban term
inal station out of Its new acquisition
with an elevator lifting passcngeis
from the ground floor to tho one above,
from which a covered, ghiHS Inclosed
corridor -will lead to the elevated
platform of the Adams-Wabash "L"
station. This new waiting room will
be ready for uso In nliont six weeks.
President lludd predicted today.
The new terminal tho Noith Shore
road Is about to construct In Milwau
kee Is much more ambitious. Presi
dent lludd said It will front 150 feel
on Clybourn street, between nth and
Utli streets, and extend COO feet to
Sycamore street. This location Is u few
block's west of tho terminal facilities
which the road Is now using near 2d
street and Grand avenue ami which
H. H. MERRICK, rr
New nnd Prosperous Great Lakes Trust
President of the Chicago Association of
have been outgrown. Tho Milwaukee
terminal is expected to be Mulshed
about tho first of next year.
Baggage and Express Service.
Other Improvements nro announced
by President lludd, Thoy iucludo ur
raugomentu for haggngo and express
Borvlce. A loading station for bag
gago is to bo established at tho old
Past Congress streot terminus of tho
south sldo "L" road between South
Wabash uvenuo and South Stato
streot, Tho express loading station Is
to bo established on West Austin avo
nuo, west of North Wolls stroot, from
which expross will bo transported by
trucks to tho Wilson nvenuo yards of
tho Northwestern "L" road, whoro it
will bo loaded into express cars for
transfer to north shoro towns botwoon
horo and Mllwnukoo.
Coroner Peter M. Hoffman is al
ways alert in looking after tho in
terests ot tho pooplo.
4, 101 J).
BLACK AND WHITE
It Is the New Game Played in South
Side Politics in Making
Up New Slates
City Comptroller Harding and His City
Colleagues Have Split on the Second
Charles Krutekoff, the popular coun
ty assessor, will bo the next republi
can committeeman from tho Second
ward. Ho has a large following
among the colored voters, and ll Is
reported that George P. Harding will
back Krutekoff for republican county
committeeman In tho Second ward.
Tho city hall will lmvo for Its candl-
- Kt - 'r - r
& Savings Dank
date ono of tho Negro leaders In tho
ward, probably Edward H. Wright.
Mr. Wright has announced his candi
dacy, coupled with tho assertion that
ho is running "because tho mayor
wants mo to." ,
Congressman Martin II. Mnddon Is
tho prosont ward committeeman, but
will not bo n candldato for re-election.
Mr. Harding is city comntroller.
When asked by a republican lender
whether ho had any Idea of retiring
from tho mayor's cnbinct ho Is under
stood to lmvo replied; "Thoy can hnvo
my Job any tlmo thoy want It."
Tho row that is on carrios with it
tho renewed inslstenco that tho No
groos in tho wnrd nro making for in
creased representation in public of
llco and republican party manage
Thus far tho raco has not boon rop
rosnited In tho ropublicun county
organization, but tho determination
has boon reached, with tho approval
of tho city hall manngomout, that it Is
thue to strike for the committeeship
In the Second ward. The program in
cludes the election In November of
three Negro delegates to the constitu
tional convention in the Plrst and
Third senatorial districts, the ward
comniltf.i'man from the Second ward,
the retention of the present Negro
uota in the city council, tho election
of at least three Negroes to the house
of the next Illinois legislature, and
possibly tho election of a Negro in
succession to Senator Hudson in (he
There has been some talk about a
Negro candidate for congress In place
of Congressman .Madden. The latter
will eventuate, probably, If Mr. Mad
den Is not a candidate fr ronoininu
tlon and prefers to enter the race for
United States senator. The tentative
plan is for nt least one Negro dele
gate at large to he i afloual convi t
tlon, one of the dlstilct delegates from
the First district, and both of tho al
ternates. PARTY CANDIDATES
FOR THE CONSTITU
Walter H. Wilson, 201!) Prairie ave
nue. Franklin A. Denlson, 3132 Calumet
Levy Mayer, lllackstono hotel.
Norman H. MncPherson, 1907 S.
John J. Gorman, 1033 Jackson boule
vard. Fredrick W. n ruder, 212C W. Madi
Francis A. Hurley, 2253 Warren
Michael F. Sullivan, 1011 W. Jnck
Harry E. Greenwood, 215 S. Throop
Arthur E. Smith, 2012 Lexington
Kdward II. Morris, 1757 Veinon
Archibald J. Carey, 3128 Vornon
Mnthow D. Hnrtlgan, 283C Wnllaco
James A. Gorman, 2S12 Princeton
Joseph do llarborrl, -ICG P. -list
Chnrlcs Hnllbock, 770 10. -list street.
John P. Trnegor, 021 W. Clth placo.
Georgo P. Lntehford, -1532 Emerald
Morton D. Hull, 4855 Woodlawn
Abol Davis, 5125 Pills avonuo.
William J. Lindsay, C210 St. Law
William P. Cnsoy, CI2C Uingloy avo
Pred W. Hack, 54S3 Ellis avenue.
IJnrnoy Dorlyn, C003 Prnlrlo avo
nuo. SIXTH DISTRICT.
George A. Dupuy, 4520 N. Paulina
ItufUB C. Dawes, 1800 Shorldon rond,
Josoph E. Flanagan, 4S50 N. Paulina
Josoph II. Stnngor, 2244 Lowls
WHOLE Nl'MHEH 15(5!)
Victor Koehlor, 1S0S Uyron street.
Christian Meier, -121(5 N. Winchester
Frederic It. DoYoung. 50 E. 155th
Amos C. Miller, 211 Melrose nvenue,
David E. Shunahan, 3315 S. Western
Frank Trolll. 3137 W. 23rd Btrcet.
Charles J. Mlchal, 2110 S. Kedzle
Hubert E. Cauley, 202S W. 35th
William H. Crudcu, 10201 Walluco
Perclvnl G. lJnldwIn, 2017 W. 70th
Prank J. Walsh, 512 W. cnth street.
Michael K. Sheridan, 5C0S S. Peoria
Henry Grnnler, 0117 S. May street.
II. O. lleesti 571S Wontworth nve
nue. THIRTEENTH DISTRICT.
Douglas Sutherland, 655S Minerva
OHcnr Wolff, 10011 Avenue H.
John J. Poulton, 7311 Oglesby avo
nuu. Prank Foster, 9120 Kxchnngo nvo
Harry II. Wilson, 11332 Watt nvo
line. Josoph Gnjeskl. 514 W. 110th street.
Ernst Kuiio, 2025 S. Hnlstcd street.
Otto F. ning, 1420 W. 18th street.
S. E. Pincus, 830 W. 11th street.
Dennis A. Ilnrnn, 1014 S. Ashland
Edwin II. Welmaii, K2S O'Noll street.
William I.ewin, IS id W. 20th street.
Charles Heehler. 1350 W. 11th
Anthony Plnlozzl, Jr., 5G7 Forquor
Thomas F. Prole, 1140 W. Taylor
Miehaol Iarussi, 701 W. Taylor
Huny A Slegol, 2.'0 S. llonmn
William E. Hums, 1519 S. Central
O'Urolii, 3SI3 Flournoy
Michel Hosonborg, 1250 Indopond
Mordocnl Shuliiian. 1032 S. Trum
Henry P. Wljkwire, 3331 MndiBon
Georgo P. Lohman, 5CG N. Long
Charles S. Cutting, 307 N. Wnllor
James P. Fardy, 3423 Franklin bou
lovard. John P. Hlgglns, 010 N. Latrobo avo
nuo. (Continued on page 4.)
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People of Influence and Standing