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HENRY F. DONOVAN, Editor uid Pultiiher
nterd a Soil C1u Mttr October
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ES'rl ISHED OCTOBER S, 1889
orroriud UxJr the Lawt of Ullnolt.
founded by HrJNUY T DONOVAN.
T)ie Cnicaqo Eaote. newspaper
far all eJaiMi of reader. It devoted
to" Nations), State and, t-ocl Pol.
Hieei tSbie pirtjtfeatfon or Mu.
rtefpaj,,. State, County and San.
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merciai ana pojivcai,
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1919.
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LADY ASTOR'S ELECTION CAMPAIGN
GEORGE M. REYNOLDS,
President of the Continental nnd Commercial Nntlonol Bank.
William II. Wosboy, tho popular
city collector, Is strongly urged by
Republican lenders for ward commit
teeman In tho Twenty-sixth ward.
Androw J. Hynn Is ono of tho ablest
nnd most highly respected lawyers
Democrats throughout Illinois nro
rallying to tho support of Frnncls S.
I'enbody for United States Senator.
Clayton P. Smith Is a popular Dem
ocratic loader, whoso friends predict
futuro honors for him.
Tho demand on Franco for tho re
turn to tho United States of 10,000
bodies of American soldiers burled
over there Is a sad cxamplo of cater
The malo nnd fomnlo ngltntors who
nro declnrlng that tho relations of tho
two countries will bo strained If theso
bodies nro not returned nro not mak
ing any arrangements for their burial
Tho chances nro a hundred to ono
that If the 10,000 bodies wero re
turned to tho United States they
would bo dumped Into soon forgotten
Tho only beneficiaries of tho trans
planting would bo tho rapidly grow
ing multltudo of professional grafters
who arc always starting something
for tho Old Flag and An Appropriation.
William Wrlgloy, the popular gum
manufacturer nnd public-spirited citi
zen, will bo ono of tho delegates to
tho Republican national convontlon
fiom tho north side.
John McGlllen's big army of friends
nnd admirers nro a unit In their de
sire to see him represent tho North
Sltlo In tho Democratic National Convention.
Edward J. Doyle, private- secretary
to Samuel Insull of tho Commonwealth
Edison Company, Is n comor In Chi
cago ilnanclal circles.
John U. Smyth, tho well known In
surance ma'n, with oillccs at 71C West
Madison street, Is ono of tho rising
young men of Chicago. Ho Is popular,
able and energetic nnd Is a boostor
for everything that mnkes for tho bet
termont of this, his nativo city.
Francis J. Houlihan, nblo and popu
lar attorney, with olllcos in tho Con
tinental & Commercial Bank building,
Is often mentioned for Judge.
Sheriff Charles W. Potora is mnk
ing a good rocord.
C. H. Bartholomno has boon in busi
ness for 35 years as a tunor and ro
pntror of nil kinds of pianos nnd ovory
ono praises his work. Ho is noted for
his ability as a ropalror of talking ma
chines. His placo ot business Is at
59 East Van Duron street.
Avery Brundago, tho woll known
contractor, has dono and Is doing
much to mako tho city beautiful. Tho
work dono by tho big company ho
heads is always reliable.
I.ndy Astor "Miss Nancy from
Vlrgluln" certainly mado a pictur
esque cnnipnlKii for tho sent In tho
house of commons ncntcd by her hus
band, the now Viscount Astor, son
of tho Into VIcouiit Astor of Hover
Castle, formerly William Waldorf As
tor of New York city. This American
wlfo of tin Englishman of title who
owns nmny million of dollars worth
of New York real estate, developed a
quickness of repartee which carried
her triumphantly through most of the
heckling at her meetings. Here nro
some of her payings:
"It took the spirit of Drnko and
the faith of tho Pilgrim Fathers to
get me hero tonight."
In a packed schoolhouse n worn
nn cried out: "I want to usk I.ndy
Astor why wo arc all packed Into a
room like this?" Quick us n Hash
enmo tho retort: "Because men ar
ranged It." After making a slight
error of figures she quickly rcctllled It nnd snld : "It was Eve who admitted
she was wrong. It was not Adam. It wo women mnko n mlstnko wo will
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FRED W. UPHAM, fjis . '" K?
Head of the Big Ccmmittee That Wl II Get the Republican National Con
vention for Chicago.
William O. Keith, commissioner of
tho Bureau of Gas and Electricity, is
a popular nnd painstaking public of
flclal and tho good record ho Is mak
ing Is pleasing tho citizens of Chicago.
Ho Is a practical electrician nnd tho
peoplo nro all with him In his success
ful efforts to Improva tho oillcloncy of
tho Important department ho is nt tho
Baldassino's Grand Opera nostaurant
at 624 South Wabash avonuo, is very
popular with tho Chicago public. Wo
havo hoard its bill of faro nnd high
class singing and ontortalnment
praised by oxcollont Judges.
Mayor Thompson should bo glvon
a chanco to flro a lot of doadwood
among tho city hall clerks. Somo of
them thinking themselves safe under
tho civil servlco law, are impudent,
insubordlnato and useless.
Edward W. Everott, tho well known
Chicago lawyer, is frequently men
tioned for Judicial honors, although
ho has novor indicated any desire to
seok a position on tho bench. Ho Is
very popular with all who know him
and his connections, professional and
otherwise nro all of that high class
which Instills respect and confidence
Gcorgo W. Pnullln, tho woll known
furrier nnd Drnlnngo Board Trustee,
Is being talked of for dolognto to tho
Nntlonnl Ropubllcnn convention from
tho Tenth District.
Cutter und Crossotto Company, mnk
ors of tho famous Elgin Mado Shirt,
stand high In tho estimation of tho
commercial world of Chicago.
Harry C. Mohr, tho popular manager
ot tho Morrison Hotel, la n public
spirited citizen who is always boosting
At nil leading rollablo gents' fur
nishing stores can bo found tho Elgin
Mado Shirt, tho shirt that possesses
tho quality appeal.
Clean out tho barnacles, Mayor
Thompson, and breath caslor In tho
The men who aro putting extra lo
cal taxos on tho pooplo aro publlo
onemlos. Tho peoplo have burdons
enough to boar without putting up
their last cent for fads.
Tho Dels Piano School vs gaining in
popularity and its graduates aro noted
for their proficiency.
Judge William "E. Dover is making
a splendid record on the Appellate
Alderman Walter P. Steffon ot the
Twenty-third ward, Is making a good
record in tho City Council. He Is one
of the coming mes o! Chicago and the
people are pleased with him.
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COOLIDGE NOW A NATIONAL FIGURE
Tho triumphant re-election of
Governor Calvin Coolldgo of Massa
chusetts because of his stnnd for
Americanism against radicalism
makes him n national flgure.
Governor Coolldgo comes by his
Americanism logically for ho was born
on July -I. His birthplace was Ply
mouth, Vt. Ho Is forty-seven years
old. After nttcmllng Amherst collcgo
ho took up tho practice of law In
Northampton, Mass. Ho began his
political career as a member of tho
Northampton city council. Subse
quently he was elected mayor, city
solicitor, clerk of tho Hampshire
county court, stato representative,
state senntor, president of tho state
donate, lleutenunt governor and gov
ernor. Governor nnd Mrs. Coolldgo nro
tho parents or two boys. Tho govern
or's father, Col. John O. Coolldgo,
was n member of the Vermont stato
In tho Massachusetts senate. Governor
senate the two years tho son
Coolldgo Is noted for the brevity of his speeches.
I PEN SKETCH OF JUDGE E. H. GARY
Elbert II. Gary of tho United
Stntes Steel corporation was the ob
served of all observers at tho recent
national Industrial conference. Hero
Is n pen sketch of him by William
Allen White, tho Kansas novelist, who
is temporarily Indulging In newspaper
"Judge Gary sits In tho midst of
tho public group. Ho Is tho dapperest
man In tho room, no Is dressed as It
sitting for his portrait, with clothes
creased and linen Immaculate and
hands tnnul'nirud. They generally
rest clasped together In ids lap. Ho
Impresses ono as being u nerveless
man. Ho sat for 30 minutes without
moving n muscle, except onco or twlco
to brush his chin while Samuel Gom
pers stood arraigning tho Steel trust
and nil Its men In n powerful speech
one afternoon. Ills terrier bright
eyes glistened ns they gnzed dlspas
slonntelv at Gnmners' faco. hut tlie.v
did not lllnch at Gompers' climax, and no color camo or went In his fuco us
tho tldo of Gompers' oratory rose and fell. Tho whole conference, 00 re
porters and a room full ot spectators, wcro looking at Gary whllo Gompers
spoko, and Goinpers was looking nt Gnry with rnther a flery eye. But never n
twitch moved Gary's face.
GORGAS ERADICATES YELLOW FEVER
EARLE H. REYNOLDS,
President of the People's Trust and Savings Bank.
America, which gavo tho world a
now and tcrrlblo plague, has wiped it
out, according to word received from
Mnj. Gen. William O. Gorgas. Yollow
fover wns unknown to tho rest of tho
world before Columbus discovered
America. Soon It was creating havoc
In Europu and Asia.
Tho llnnl extermination of tills
plaguo was ono of the tasks under
taken by tho Rockefeller foundation.
A commission, headed by General Gor
gas, had Just succeeded In driving It
back Into tho two or threo places In
South America whero It was endemic,
nnd was preparing to movo on tho
outer works and exterminate tho lost
remaining vestige of tho dlseaso when
tho great war broko out and tho ex
perts wero called to a more pressing
campaign. Sentries wero left on
guard, howover, nnd as soon ns Doctor
Gorgas was relieved from military
servlco ho took up again tho light on
yellow foer. Now General Gorgas reports that tho tight Is won. Tho last
remaining plaguo spot was Guayaquil, Ecuador.
NO WONDER TERRAZAS HATES VILLA
If you had lost somo 70.000,000
acres of hind, to say nothing of numer
ous other possessions, jou would prob
ably feel thnt fato had dealt harshly
with you. This Is the state In which
Gen. Luis Temiza8, formerly of Chi
huahua City, Mexico, now of El Paso,
Tex., ilnds himself. It appears, how
ever, that Don Luis doesn't hliimo
fato so much as ho does ono Pimcho
Villa. He holds that Villa mined him.
He snjs his llfo will bo spared to vlow
Villa's dead body. That done, ho pro
poses to follow him Into the next
world and there denounce him for his
Terrnzns wns, born In Chihuahua
City In 1820 of Spanish parents, who
left him a small fortune. His hobby
was cnttlc, but his specialty seems to
have been tho annexation of lands.
General Terrnzns finally acquired
holdings so wist thnt It is said nobody
but himself know tho extent of them.
You could ride for 21 hours on the train and never lenvo his ranches,
towns dotted this vast uncage, and 30,000 peons wero In his Immediate
Ho will never get It bncli, either In land or In money,
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HENRY S. HENSCHEN,
Cashier of tho State Bank of Chicago.
Isaac N. Powell is tho cholco of
south sldo Republicans for dolcgato
to tho national convention next year.
Henry F. Norcott stands high In
tho estimation of tho business world
of Chicago. Mr. Norcott is president
of tho well known real estate houso
of H. O. Stono and Company, and is
nctivo In ovory movomont that has
for Its object tho betterment of Chicago.
James Scala's Italian rostaurnnt at
61 West Monroo stroot is vory popular.
James Scala Is meeting with a great
success and flno patronage in hli
Now Italy restaurant on tho second
floor of Gl West Monroo street. It la
vory popular with professional and
Emll M. Holdkamp of Wntry and
Hcidkamp, Chicago's woll known and
rollablo optometrists nnd opticians,
predicts n banner year In all lines
of business for 1020.
Louis J. Bchan, tho popular attor
ney, is being talked of by many Re
publicans for County Judgo.
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R. B. UPHAM,
Vice President of the People's Trust and Savings Bank.
Tho North Sldo Tumor Hall Res
taurant, located at 820 North Clark
stroot, is first-class In ovory respect.
Tho flnost meals nro being sorved
there day nnd night by tho best cook
In Cook county, Mrs. Appol, nnd it is
pntronlzod by tho best peoplo in Chicago,
George L. Scheln is ono ot tho ablest
and most highly respected monitors
ot tho Chicago bar. His many friends
would Ilko to seo him on tho bench.
Tho Domocrntlo fight tor ward
committeemen promlsos to produco
somo strango surprises.
P. G, Jncobson, ot tho well known
Ilolianco Dlo and Stamping Company,
Is ono of Chicago's most successful
businoss men and public-spirited citizens.
Michael J, Fahorty's friends aro
legion in their doslro to see him rep
resent tho Ninth District in tho Re
publican National Convention.
Ono of tho most patriotic and influ
ential citizens of Chicago is John C.
Eastman, publlshor of tho Chicago
Dally Journal. Ho is active In every
thing thnt pertains to tho bettermont
of tho city.
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Much Talked of for County Judge.