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EARLE H. REYNOLDS,
President of the People's Trust . Savings Dank.
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1919.
SURFACE LINE EARNINGS TAKE A
BIG JUMP UPWARD.
Business Is booming (or investors In
street car stocks. The earnings of
tho Chicago Siirfaco lines for Septem
ber, under n 7 cent fare, Increased
$1,U39,27G over earnings for tho samo
month In 191S, according to tho month
ly report of tho companies, which will
bo submitted to tho public utilities
The report was placed In tho lmnds
of Special Assistant Corporation Coun
sel Chester E. Cloveland.
Meanwhile expenses of tho lines In
creased S7G7.012. Tho net receipts for
tho month (tho fund, which Is divided
In a proportion of 55-15 between tho
city and tho companies after Interost
and some other minor charges nro de
ducted) Is $1,119,072, according to tho
Taking tho flguro $1,119,072, tho net
receipts of tho company for tho month,
which aro practically tho samo us tho
net profits, Mr. Clovelnnd last night
llgured out somo tabulations on tho
perccntago earnings of tho companies
under n 7 cent faro charge.
In working out tho tabulations, lio
took tho threo valuations, which havo
been set variously upon tho companies'
properties tho $157,000,000 ngrecd
valuation sot up In tho 1907 ordinance,
tho $113,000,000 valuation which tho
public utilities commission virtually
sot upon tho companies' properties
when It declared $14,000,000 of tholr
assets to bo "water," and tho $S2,000,
000 valuation which tho companies
themselves havo sot up boforo tho
hoard of review as a basis of taxation.
On tho basis of tho first valuation,
Mr. Cloveland finds, tho earnings of
tho companlos wore 8.5 por cent. On
tho basis of tho second tho earnings
wore found to bo 11.9 por cent, and on
tho basis of tho third 1G.3 per cent.
NAMED FUR JU-
Following nro tho mon named by
tho respoctlvo partlos for Judgeships:
Superior court Judge Cuerln va
cancy: Republican William F. Struck
Democratic Judgo John M. O'Con
nor, Twenty-first ward.
HERE THEY ARE
(Continued from page 1.)
William Ganschow, 215C 1'Iorco ave
nue. Charles Woodward, 225 S. Scovlllo
avenue, Oak Park.
Thomns D. Onrry, 4925 Iowa street.
ltlchnrd F. Shay, 3758 W. Chicago
James A. Mclslngcr, 2CI0 Ilirsch
Knud Larson, 1513 N. Artesian avo
nuo. TWENTY-FIFTH DISTRICT.
Wlllard M. McEwon, 3C33 N. Spring
M. A. Mlchnclson, 3018 Palmer
Joseph Burke, 2C29 N. Francisco
William E. Nichols, 3039 Eastwood
Carl Strovcr, 5332 Windsor avenue.
Karl F. M. Snndbcrg, 2850 Logan
. TWENTY-SEVENTH DISTRICT.
Frank Wonglcrskl. 1239 N. Ashland
Joseph Parker, 12 N. Carpontor
Ernst D. Potts, 21 N. Ashland bou
levard. Edward J. Corcoran, 323 S. Peoria
Ludwlg Miller, 1119 Jackson boulo
vard. Edward J. Redmond, 38 N. Ellzaboth
Alexander II. Rovoll, 812 N. Michi
Charlos II. Ilamlll, 199 Lako Shore
Edward Stonson, 1218 Astor street.
Edmond Mulcahy, 37 K. Division
Gcorgo Schmidt, 103 W. Chicago
II. R. Hnrn, 1211 N. Stato stroot.
Eugono II. Dupeo, 531 Aldlno nvo-
William II. Bcckman, 2108 Orchard
Donald L. Morrill, 0332 Konmoro
William Cullen Burns, 1002 IIowo
John Vogcl, 3541 Wilton nvenuo.
Robert Norbcrg, 2145 Seminary ave
nue. EMANUEL WEIL BACK
Well Known Life Insurance Man
Returns from California Trip.
Emonuel Well of tho New York
Llfo Inaurnnco Company has Just re
turned from a trip to tho 200,000
Club convention which wob hold at
Del Monte, Cnllfomfn, from Soptom
bor 1C to September 20. During his
absence from Chicago Mr. Well also
inn do cxtonslvo visits to points In Cali
fornia, New Mexico, Colorado and sev
eral Western states. Mr. Wall's, Itin
erary Included trips to tho Garden of
Eden, the Garden of tho Gods, and nil
of tho sunshlno flowers and fruit of
California. It nnyono dcBlrcs to visit
God's country, nil they havo to do,
ho says Is to dupllcato his trip.
LIBERTY LOAN BOOKLET
Information About Campaigns
Furnished by Chicago Trust
A booklet containing much illumi
nating information about tho various
liberty loan campaigns has been is
sued by tho bond dopartmont of tho
Chicago Trust company, and is being
distributed among Its friends and pa
trons. It is Intended to glvo such in
formation pertaining to liberty bonds
as win bo desired by tho holdors of
Tho booklot contains tables showing
tho amount of lssuo, amount sub
scribed, amount allotted and number
of subscribers to each of tho flvo
loans; n synopsis of tho president's
"fourteen iiolnts"; 11 vo chapters of lib
erty loan Information, each chapter
dealing In detail with tho features of
tho loan it describes; n chronology of
tho war's chlof ovonts, and othor
items touching on tho war.
Joseph F. Ilnns has always mado
a good public record. IIo is a man
of tho people.
John B. Kmtsut or 72 West Wash
ington streot is ono of the loaders in
the real estate world.
Circuit court Judgo F. A. Smith va
cancy: Republican Georgo Fred Rush,
Democratic Francis X. Busch,
Republican convention 1 n d o r s o d
Mayor Thompson's traction plan.
Democratic convention Indorsed
county $5,000,000 for good roads bond
From present appearances tho 111 t
nols delegation to tho Democratic Na
tlonal Convention noxt year will bo
solid for Woodrow Wilson's ronomlna-
tlon If ho wants It. It has been stated
that tho Illinois delegation to next
year's Democratic national convention
is not to bo dollverod to former Sec
retary of the Treasury William G. Mc-
Adoo and tho chances aro that Mr Mc-
Adoo's managers will havo consldor
ablo trouble In getting help from
Roger C. Sullivan and life friends, who,
undoubtedly will bo In control of tho
greater part of tho national delegates
to bo elected in April.
Attorney General Brundage gave
Secretary of Stato Kmmerson an
opinion In which he hold that a votor
may cast but ono voto for each of
two candidates for delegate to tho
constitutional convention In his sena
torial district Tho Question aroso
over tho poss.bllity of voters ranting
two votes for ono candidate
Francis W. WaTKcr. me eminent
lawyer, la a Chicago product He has
lived In this olty all of his life.
FIVE MILLIONS TO COMBAT "FLU"
somu of I lie IiiiiiiIiimIs of lives Unit
winter. Wlmt the nation needs is
brunches In every Olty, with almost
Paul II. Wlcdol, tho ablo and cour
teous chief clerk of tho board of as
sosors, is ono of tho most capablo
and highly respected public officials in
Cook county. IIo is a live wlro in tho
cuuso of good public sorvico.
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The AiiifrlcMii Medlcnl imsoclntltui,
wllh ii inc'inbcistili) Including prni'tl
tally every physician In the country,
bus nslted congu's to upproprlntu
money for nn Invesilgntlon of "Mu"
conditions, to bo vouductcd under the
direction of the United States public
lir-nlth venice. In unswer to thee up-
peals for u real light against the flu.
Senator1 Ilitrillng and Representative
lVss, both of Ohio, Introduced a bill
nppiopi luting .?.,0000()0 for n flu In
vestigation, which should have for Its
purposu the Isolation of tho 111! germ
and the dlscoeiy of the best pre
eiille nnd cunitlve methods.
In the senate the resolution i bo
fore the committee on public hcnlth
mid national quarantine, .Senator Jo
oph I. I'rnnee (portrait herewith).
hlinelf u physician, Is cluilrmiiii of
this committee, lie sas:
"I mu heartily In favor of It as an
oinoraoney measure to try to save
probably will bo claimed by the tin next
u national department of health, with
un limited funds to combat contagious
ALMOST A RIVAL OF ROCKEFELLER j
Henry L. Dolierty In these days
Is mi international celebrity hernuse
of his prominence as tut owner of oil,
gas and electric properties, llu has,
Jor Instance, enormous oil properties
In Mexico. Just now be Is chairman
of a committee of petroleum produceis
and refiners which Is negotiating with
molar-iimkijiH. Tliwe producers xny
the limited supply of petroleum In the
United Slates lias forced refiners to
put a lower grade gasoline on the mar
ket and automobile iiiiiuufiieuirers
must readjust their engines to new
This Is one of the problems which
Is expected to come before a statis
tical Mini research bureau which the
American Petroleum Institute Intends
to establish In which the producers,
refiners and consumers of oil may Join
In co-orilluiit'.ng their efforts fur the
Improvement of the Industry.
Mr. Dolierty says a satisfactory solution will be found which will
causeniitoinoblle owners to MilTer serious loss In the ellkiency of their fuel
LODGE IS DEAN OF THE U. S. SENATE
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llolse Peiiroie of Pennsylvania
A. Culberson of Texas and Porter
gether March !, 1M)I, and have mi
Sonntor Henry Cabot Lodge of
Massachusetts, portrait herewith, oc
cupies a large share of public atten
tion because of his prominence In the
treaty fight In congress. Also the new
congressional directory of the Sixty
slxtl congress shows, that he hiiH the
longest continuous service of nny sen
ator of the United States. lie entered
the senate March -I, 18011, and has
served ever since.
Threo senators, Francis 13. War
ren of Wyoming, Thomas S. Martin of
Virginia and Kiiutu Nelson of Minne
sota, entered the senate together on
March !, 1805, mid have served con
tinuously since then. Senator Warren,
however, served as United States sen
ator from Wyoming from December 1,
18110. to March 4. 18011. lie has served
a longer time, therefore, as a senator
than any other man In the upper
chamber, bur, as will be seen, his
service has not been continuous.
entered the senate March 4, 1MI7. Charles
.1, McC'uuiber of North Dakota entered to
veil since that time.
METHODS OF THE 1920 MODEL TRUST
8. I. SHANE,
President of the Western Wrecking & Lumber Co.,
a Good Governor of Illinois.
Who Would Make
Big business has developed an en
tirely new, form of trust which makes
the old Standard Oil outfit look like a
two-ejilnder car in conipiiiiion, Chair
man W. 11. Coler of the federal trade
commission told tho house Judiciary
committee the other day. Tho new
combine, Mr. Culver said, aru rapidly
strangling competition, but are out
side of the pnlo of the law and can
not bo reached by the courts under
tho existing antitrust statutes. To
meet this situation before It gets be
yond the power of federal control, he
urged that legislation be Immediately
enacted to broaden the scope of the
federal trade commission act and the
Clayton multilist act.
"The 100 model trust," as tho
trndo commission chairman styled the
new organisation, strives not only to
control Its own lmmedlato products,
but also reaches out after all by-products
and substitutes. Pointing out tho
new trusts, .Mr. Colver said if the Standard Oil company were to put Into
operation the new piluclple of development, It would go at It In this way:
Wood alcohol competes with gasoline, so It would control wood alcohol. Then
It would control the by-pioducts of wood alcohol, Both gas and electricity
compete with kerosene, so It would control gas and electiltity, and their
related and by-products, such as coko and electrical machinery."
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JOHN F. SMULSKI,
President of tho Northwestern Trust and Savings Bank.
Avory Biundage, the well known
contractor, has dona and Is doing
much to make the city beautiful. Tho
work done by tho big company no
bends Is always reliable.
Violinists nil praise the work of
Oeorgo A. Ostortag of .50 East Van
Burcn street. IIo is one of the best
known violin manufacturers In the
James Scala's Italian restaurant nt
01 West Monroo street is very popular.
Judge John Stollc of tho Municipal
Court Is ono of tho most popular Jur
ists on tho bench. Ho is fearless,
ablo and honest.
Dixon C. Williams, tho well known
manufacturer, deserves well at the
hands of tho Democratic party. Mo
n trn leador.
Jnmcs Scala is mooting with n great
success and flno patronago in his
New Italy restaurant on tho second,
ilnnr of CI West Monroo street. It it
very popular with professional and
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R. B. UPHAM,
Vice President of the People's Trust and Savings Bank,
C. II. Bartholomae has been In busi
ness for 33 ycnrn as n tunor and re
liglrcr of all kinds of plnnos and ovory
ono praises his work. Ho Is noted for
his ability as a ropatror of talking ma
chines, Ills placo of business Is nt
C9 Knst Van Huron street.
King Victor Emmanuel III, who
lately handed over six of his finest pal
aces, villas and pinks for the uso of
disabled soldiers ami sailors and the
orphans of those killed in battle, has
signified to Premier Nlttl his Intention
of rellnoilshlng all the ast domains
of tho crown throughout Italy for the
benefit of tho peasantry and of those
who fought for Italian unity.
Ills majesty llkewlso renounces
the possession of the buildings at
tached to such crown lauds In favor of
those Institutions and chuiitnhlc or
ganizations whose aim Is to mitigate
tho sufferings of tho people arising out
of tho war,
Tho crown properties of Italy are
larger than those of nny other coun
try, sliico the houso of Savoy Inherited
the properties of the rulers of tho 11
states Into which Italy was divided
before the kingdom became united,
An immense reduction In tho civil
list Is Imminent tlnoiigh the king's resolution that his prlvato patrimony shall
bo subject to luxation cijuully with that of every commouer,
William F, Struckmnnn will mako a
good Judgo of tho Superior Court,
C. E. Karstrom, tho woll known
manager of sales for tho Big Crook
Colllory Co., is ono of tho most popu
lar mon in Chicago connected with
tho coal trado.
Mosslngors restaurants which can
be found all over tho city aro vory
popular with everybody. Thoy aro
clean, wholesome sanitary and bright.
Tho food is of tho boat quality and
tho sorvico is excellent.
Congressman Thomas Gallagher of
Chicago la ono of the moat Influential
meu In Washington.
William H. Lyman, the popular for
mer senator and aldorman, Is at th
head of the big public contracting
firm of W. H. Lyman ft Co.
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CHARLES G. DAWES,
President of the Central Trust Company.