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Toundtd by HBNIIY F. DONOVAN.
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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1919.
Over Half the Residences, Stores,
Apartment Buildings and Other
Structures in Chiccago Are
Tho casual observer cannot fall to
notlco that ono of tbo crying needs
ot Chicago Is street numbers on tbo
SInco tho passage or tho new streot
car ordinance which provides for
ho Rtntinlnp nf tho cars fit oven
numbered cornors only, tho absonco
of tho numbers Is painfully notice
able, and much annoyanco is folt in
Letter carriers and others who have
long suffered from this flagrant dis
regard of tho law requiring numbers
on ovcry house, have- grown tired of
uttering complaints. No attention
was paid to them.
Whole blocks all over Chicago aro
without numbors, and no ono In au
thority appears to caro about tho
Grnhrleln rAnniiux.li), "dictator of
Flume," surely bus lnul it Ions l"'1"'
under the limelight. Ho vu popular
ly credited with n large share In
pushing Italy Into the war. He made
a name for himself as an aviator. And
when he took possession of Flume nil
tho world looked on In amazement.
Tho Flume adventure of the fear
less d'AnnunzIo has been dubbed
"Garlbnldlnn" and as such glorified.
Judging by superficial nppenrances, In
fact, It bears dome resemblance to the
famous expedition of 1SG0, But tho
likeness goes no further than mere
appearances. If wu compare d'Annun
zlo's expedition with .Garibaldi's wo
soon discover n capital dlfferenco be
Tbo one ot 18C0 wns prepared and
accomplished by a handful of prlvnto
citizens free of military duty and
"with tho approval of tho govern
ment." Tho Flume expedition has
been conceived and carried out by fragments of tho regular army which
refused obedience to tho law and against the wish of tho government.
KICKHAM SCANLAN, tKJWP
Popular Judge of the Superior Court Who Has Commenced a Judicial
Jadge Joan R. WinflTvflle It making
a splendid record on the Municipal
OoVrt bench. He It aa able, broad
laded and Just Judge.
John Z. Vogelsang, the great res
taurateur, deservedly stands In the
front rank of the restaurant and hotel
den of Chicago.,
Charles s. Tnornton, the woll known
lawyer, has honored every office he
ever filled from president of the
Board of education to corporation
Judge John K. Caveny la dally
adding to his popularity In Chicago
by hla splendid record on the Mu
nicipal Cout bench.
Business men wno ptione Heco, Su
perior 7100, for envolopos, always get
what thoy want.
Charles Krutckoff is ono of tho
most popular members of tho Board
ot Assessors, Ho always looks nftor
tho pcoplo 's intorcsts.
Claronco S. Flggott stands high at
tho Bar and is rcspoctod by tho poo
plo. Ho will bo a judgo somo day and
In tho near tuturo at that.
Anthony D'Andrca, tho popular pro
prietor of tho woll known Capri Inn
restaurant, at 10 N. Clark streot, is
ono of tho coming men of Chicago.
Ho is a born loader ot mon and with
his natural ability, splondid education
and host ot frlonds is bound to mako
his mark in public llto. His rostnu
rant has won desorvod famo on ac
count ot tho cxcollonco ot its service.
Dixon C. Williams, ono of tho flnost
orators In tho Domocratlo party Is
growing in popularity. Ho would
mako an ideal mombor of congress it
ho would consont to run for tho offlco.
Frank Rico, general manager ot the
Benjamin Eloctrlc Company, in one ot
tho progresslvo young buslnoss mon
of Chicago. Ho Is respected and pop
ulr with ovorybody.
Frank' Hogan, tho highly respocted
prcsldont of tho Hoco Envolope Com
pany, would mako a good mayor. He
la a man ot groat oxocuttvo ability
and earnestness of purpose and ha
numbors his frlonds by the thousands.
Harry R. Gibbons Is making a flno
record as county troasuror.
Harry M. Grut, cashier of tho Mor
cantllo Trust & Savings Bank, at
Jackson boulovard and Clinton strcots,
Is ono of tho rising young mon of
Chicago. Boforo accepting his present
responsible position, Mr. Grut was con
nected with tho Continental & Com
mercial National Bank. Ho Is ro
spoctcd by tho business community
nnd by all with whom ho has como In
Edmund T. Perkins, tho woll known
engineer, Is a progrosslvo Chtcagoan
with a national reputation In bis profession.
a J. Chott, tho won known lawyer,
who made a good record on the Jus
tice bench, would make a good Munic
Harrison B. Rlloy, president of tho
Chicago Title & Trust Company, is
ono of tho foromost cltlzons ot Chi
cago; always progresslvo and patriotic.
Alderman Walter P. Stcffen Is do
ing gTeat work as bead of tho coun
cil pollco committee.
Otto Ruoter, tho head of tho big
real estato firm which bears his
n-imf. in nnn of tho unbulldcrs of Chi
cago. The offlco of his company on
tho ground floor of 32 North oDar
born streot Is ono of tho finest In tho
Ono of tho very best Aldermen In
tho City Council is Edward F. Culler-ton.
John W. Eckhart, tho well known
miller, Is respocted as a democratic
loader as woll as a recognized power
In commercial Ufo.
William Ganschow is making a flno
record as West Park Commissioner.
Ho is progrosslvo and alert to the
needs of tho public.
C. B. W.llloy, president of tho big
C. L. Wllloy Company, is ono of the
solid men ot Chicago. Ho is patriotic,
progressive and public spirited.
When you nooa envelopes phone
Heco, Superior 7100. You can't fail
to be satisfied.
Tho Dels Piano School s gaining in
popularity and its graduates aro notod
for tholr proflcloncy.
William. H. Weber always made a
good pUBllo recora.
Judgo William b. Dover Is making
a splondid record on tho Appellate
Clarence S. narrow is always the
friend of tho poor and the downtrod
den and no ono stands higher at the
John Powers nas always served the
poople well as alderman from tho
Paul II. Wlodol, tho ablo and cour
teous chief dork of tho hoard ot as
sosors, is ono of tho most cnpablo
and highly respected publlo ofllclals in
Cook county. Ho is a llvo wlro In tho
causo of good public sorvico.
Judgo John Stolk is making a great
record In tho speeders' court.
Charles Hasterllk. the well lumwa
hrewor and president of the Hcit
Brewing Company, has a hoaJ 1
friends In tho business world.
Benjamin F. RJCholson, the well
known lawyer, has mot with deserved
success and has a host ot friend.
Dixon C. Williams, tho well known
manufacturer and democratic orator
and leader, has hosts of frlonds
among tho buslnoss mon of Chicago.
F. H. Soubold, D. C, one of tha
most prominent chiropractors In Chi
cago, offers to treat all soldiers and
sailors suffering from sciatica, rheu
matism, or kindred ailments free of
charge. His offlco is In tho Stevens
butldlne, 17 North State street
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SHAH OF PERSIA AND HIS JEWELS
Politics may mako strange bedfel
lows, but world wars bring stranger
visitors. Ahmed Mlrza, the young
shah of Persia, Is reported to be plan
ning a visit to the United States. If
ho comes ntul brings with him even a
part of his $200,000,000 collection of
jewels his visit will bo strenuous.
The shnh.'s crown Is of solid gold
thickly studded with gems. It Is said
to weigh more than ten pounds. It
contains a ruby "as big us a hen's
egg." This ruby Is said to bo a.000
years old. According to tradition, It
once ndorncd the turban of Saladln,
tho chivalrous foo of Richard Coeur
do Lion during tho wnrs of tho cru
sudes. To replaco his heavy, ponderous
crown tho shah has, for stato occa
sions, nn nstrnkhun hat adorned with
nn nlgretto on which gleams, like a
headlight, an Immcnso diamond,
bnnirn nil till! Tnl.P.Mllll. nr "SPIl Of
Light." This Is tho most vnluoblo gem In tho Persian collection. Its beauty
wns onco as famous In India ns that of tbo Kuh-I-Nur, tho "Mountain of
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WILLIAM R. FETZER.
Popular Alderman nnd Republican Leader.
Avory Brundago, tho well known
contractor, has dono nnd Is doing
much to mako tbo city beautiful. Tho
work dono by tho big company ho
heads is always rollablo.
Violinists all pralso tho work of
Gcorgo A. Ostortag of G9 East Van
Burcn streot. Ho is ono of tho best
known violin manufacturers in tho
James Scala's Italian restaurant at
61 Wost Monroo street is vory popular.
Judgo John Stolk of tho Municipal
Court is ono ot tho most popular Jur
ists on tho bench. Ho is foarlosi,
ablo and honest.
"HOME" MEANS "LANDLORD AND RENT"
The United States has fought all
her wars to "preserve tho home," nnd
yet probably Cl) per cent of her pcoplo
aro tenants. This was the text se
lected tbo other day by United Stntes
Senator William M. Calder of Now
York In an address before tho Now
York Real JJtatuissociatlon's conven
tion urging tho necessity of n national
campaign for the creation of homes.
"Tho object of each of our wars
has been, In the last analysis, to pre
servo tho homo. Yet wo lliul that to
tho majority of pcoplo In this country
'homo' means little moro than a dwell
ing for which they 11 ro paying rent
What Is worse In tho Mutation Is that
tho percentage of these rent payers Is
"In 1800 wo wore advised Hint 52
per cent of tho people In America
lived under tho rental system, In 1010
that tho percentage hud Increased to
ft,, and probibly the census of 1020 will show that fully (JO pur cent of tho
people will bo classed at tenants."
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Judgo Victor P. Arnold is making
a flno rocord in tho Juvonllo court.
Dixon C. Williams, tho woll knows
manufacturer, deserves well at the
hands of tho Domocratlo party, e '
a porn loador.
James Scala is mcotlng with a great
success and flno patronage in his
Now Italy restaurant on tho second
floor of Gl West Monroo street. It Is
vory popular with professional and
Joseph F. Haas has always mado
n good public rocord. Ho is a man
ot tho pcoplo.
WOMEN AND AMERICAN STABILITY
"America has been accused of car
rying her Individualism too fur, but
had It not been for her Individualism
America's democracy would havo
been bhnttcrcd," says Mrs. Thomas G.
Winter ot St. Paul, prominent candl
dato for tho presidency of tho General
Federation of Women's Clubs. "Bo
cause of InBtltutlonulIsm, Germany be-
camo tho most nutocrntlc government
on earth anil America must exact
eternal vlgllnnco le.st Instltutlonullsm
sclzo our educational system and wo
Mifl'cr tho same fnto ns Germany.
"Tho spotlight of war has defined
our failures and recognized our vir
tues. America, to Europe, formerly
meant the grasper of mean dollars,
but throughout tbo world war Europo
learned to dellno America In terms of
generosity, for what nation has opened
her purse strings to suffering Immunity
"Watch America; do not let her
follow tho footsteps of Babylon or Homo who, when they reached tho plnnaclo
of civilization, fell Into tbo pit of selfishness und cruelty which marked tho
beginning of their downfall.
"Tho General Federation has moro than 2,000,000 members. How aro
women of America going to uso their power? Women must bo trained In
organization, they mut follow their altruistic tendencies and build a structure
not of imrtlMuifchln but of high purposo and lino Ideals. Then America will
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HARRY M. tUBLINER,
Of the Great Firm of Lubllner & T rlnr, Leaders In the Movie Theater
WINNER OF 5,402-MlLE AIR RACE
C. H.,Bartholomno has boon In busi
ness for 35 years as a tunor nnd ro
palror of nil kinds ot pianos and ovory
ono praises his work. Ho is noted for
his ability as a repairer of talking ma
chines. His placo ot business is at
59 East Van Duron street.
William F, Struckmann will mako a
good Judgo of tho Superior Court.
C. E. Karetrom, tho well known
manager of salos for tho Big Crook
Colliery Co., is ono ot tho most popu
lar mon in Chicago connected with
tho coal trado.
William II. Wosboy, tho city collec
tor, is ono ot tho most popular of
Mayor Thompson's cnblnot. Ho glvos
satisfaction to tho public and is tho
right man in the right placo.
H. H. Morrlck is ono of tho loaders
in tho civic Ufo of Chicago, As presi
dent of tho Association of Commorco
ho 1ms dono groat work for tho city,
its prosont and tuturo. Mr. Morrlck
is prosldont of tho Groat Lakes Trust
Company, Chicago's now big bank,
which started in with a capital ot
$3,000,000, and a surplus ot $600,000.
All of the stock was ovorsubscrlbod
Hardworking Judge of the Superior C ourt, Who Spent 291 Days On the
Bench Last Year A Record for Judicial Work.
This nletiirn of Lieut. H. W. May
nurd shows Mm to bu a real man as
well as avlatei-nnil theological student.
Anyway, as mi aviator he Is a success,
as ho won the twlce-ncross-thi-con-tlnent
ulrphnu race of 0,-102 miles
from a Held of 02 starters, finishing
moro than 0U0 miles abend of his near
Tbu first words uttered by Lieu
tenant Milliard when he put his foot
on mother t-mtli again at Mlneola. N.
Y were a onerous tribute1 to Sorgt.
X. 1', Klein bis companion on thu
lllght. "Si'ip'iint Klein deserves tho
greatest credit," said the lieutenant.
"It Is all up to the lieutenant,"
promptly retorted tho sergeant. "He
Is tho greatest pilot on earth."
Between Lieutenant Mnyimrd and
his wife, turnover, It was not a ques
tion of w.j wis. Mrs. Miivnnril was at
tho sldo of the airplane itlmo-t before
It had come to rest, nnd her husband
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ANDREW. J. RYAN.
Popular Leader at the Chicago Bar.