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SATURDAY, JANUARY 24, 1920.
GOOD ADVICE TO AUTOI8TS
FROM JUDGE JOHN STELK
Rainy weather and wet, slippery
streots mean extra careful driving.
When In doubt adopt tho safe courso
spcedj must always glvo way to
Accldonts are they "tough luck" or
Just "carelessness." Think it over.
An ounco of prevention is worth a
pound of cure.
Don't follow other vehicles too close
ly tho mora room you havo tho bet
ter, especially when tho streets nro
wet or slippery.
Tho exercise of care to prevent accl
donts Is a duty which you owo to your
self and follow men. It Is hotter to bo
slightly delayed than to cause an acci
dent. Go slow and sound horn whon turn
ing corners, passing children at play,
drlvlnjT near schools, passing other
slow moving vehicles.
Remombor that it takes less timo to
learn to do n thing right than it doos
to explain why you did It wrong.
13o careful when passing corners.
Think of tho other fellow.
For tho sako of safety, keop your
mind on your driving.
Accident prevention: It is bettor to
lose a few seconds In avoiding nn ac
cident than a month In nursing nn
Tho careless drivor Is unpatriotic.
To bo careful Is to bo patriotic.
Every' -nan who, through his care
lessness, cuusos a provontablo acci
dent which results In personal Injury
or damage to proporty is an indus
trial slacker and Is placing additional
burdens on others.
Dravo men nro always careful men.
Tho public wants safoty, not oxcuses.
Don't raco motors needlessly. Don't
mako unnecessary noises.
It Is hotter to bo careful than to bo
crippled or to cripplo some other
Drlvo carefully and thoroby mako
friends with tho polico nnd public.
Protect tho public respect tho
COLONEL JOHN V. CLINNIN,
Leading Chicago Lawyer, Who Head
ed One of the Bravest American
Regiments on the European Battle
Line In the Great War the Gallant
130th Infantry, which lost 800 Men
In Killed and Wounded In One
Oscar Dels of tho Oscar Dols Piano
School and Misa Ruth Gfrooror, vio
linist, will presont two talented pu
pils, Ruth and Hannah Schumann, In
a piano and violin recital on Wednes
day evenings, January 21st and 28th,
at tho Oscar Dels Studio, 92S McClurg
Coroner Peter M. Hoffman, always
Just and honest In his public life, is
a man in whom the people havo confi
dence. Peter Romberg has saved millions
for the peoplo as presldont of the
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W. O. DUNTLEY,
President of the Duntle y-Dayton Company.
A. J. LINDSTROM IS
NOW CASHIER OF THE
Austin J. Llndstrom, who succeeded
llnnry S. Heuschen as cnHhler of the
Stnto Dank of Chicago, has bcon as
Hlstant cashier of tlio bank slnco May,
191S. Mr. Llndstrom was born In Mo
lino, Illinois, In 1881, and Is tho son
of Hov. A. P. Llndstrom, who died In
1895, and Ida Llndstrom, who now re
sides In Alcdo, III. Ha graduated from
AU3TIN J. LINDSTROM,
Cashier of the State Bank of Chicago.
Augustanu Business Col I ego In 1898
nnd commenced his banking experi
ence with tho Farmors Stato Bank,
Wnusa, Nob., In 1900, Inter going to
Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Moving to Rock
Island, 111., In 1910, ho became cashier
of tho Rock Island Savings Bnnk in
1911. In May, 1918, ho camo to Chi
cago as assistant cashlor of tho Stato
Bank of Chicago and was elected ensh
lor January 13th, 1920.
Tho men who aro putting extra lo
cal taxes on tho pooplo are public
enomlos. Tho pooplo havo burdens
enough to boar without putting up
their last cont for fads.
William Ganschow Is making a fine
record ob West Park Commissioner.
Ho is progressiva and alert to the
needs of tho public.
Frank Johnston, Jr., ablo Judgo of
tho Circuit court, would mako a
great governor of Illinois.
Sheriff Charles W. Potors has con
ferred a favor on all law-abiding citi
zens, wot and dry, by cloanlng out
tho blind pigs In tho county towns.
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Frank H. Elmore, ono of tho most
popular men In tho llnnnclnl nnd bank
ing world, who was formerly connected
with tho Continental & Commercial
National Bank, is now president of the
rapidly growing Bank of Commerce
& Savingu Tho Bank of Commcrco
& Savings is located at Michigan
boulevard and Washington street,
closo to tho heart of Chicago's shop
13. A. Wnngoroholm, President of
tho General Lighting -Flxturo Co.,
with oITIccb at 28 Wost Lako street, In
ono of tho most popular business men
In Chicago. Ho is n booster nnd Is
always Interested In ovory move
ment to hotter tho city.
At all leading rollablo gents' fur
nishing storos can bo found tho Elgin
Mado Shirt, tho shirt that possesses
tho quality appeal.
Clarence S. Plggott itands hbjfc at
tho Bar and is respected by the peo
ple He will bo a Juds some day aad
In tho near future at that
John T, Drlscoll has done much to
wards the upbuilding of Chicago and
especially of tho groat West Side.
An extensive proporty owner himself,
ho has always boen foremost in every
movement tending to further tho In
terests of tho city or of his follow clti
ions. No man Is more respected and
no man asks for less.
Judge John R. Cavorly gives gen
eral satisfaction to tho public In the
Municipal Court and grows mora
asular every diur.
Congressman Jamos McAndrewa Is
making a good rocord.
Otto Ruotor, tho head of the big
real estato firm which boars his
nnmo, Is ono of tho upbulldcrs of Chi
cago. Tho offlco of his company on
tho ground floor of 32 North eDar
torn stroot is ono of tho finest In tho
Tho Oscar Dels Piano School, Ac
credited, Elonioutnry to Tenchor's Cor
tlflcnto and Graduato courses. For
bulletin of information, apply Oscar
Dols Piano School, 218 South Wabash
avonuo, Chicago, 111.
"As an Educational subject, Muslo
Is essontlnl, and ovory boy and girl
should havo tho opportunity to en
noblo and rofresh his mental and
spiritual solf, sensitizing a keon ap
preciation of tho beautiful through
C. B. Wtlley, president of the big
C, h. Wllley Company, Is one of the
solid men of Chicago. Ho Is patriotic,
progressive and public spirited.
MRS. WARD, NEW BRITISH MAGISTRATE
Mrs. Humphry Ward (portrnit
herewith) 1ms been appointed n magis
trate In Great Britain by tho lord
chancellor. Sho Is ono of seven. The
others nro tho Marchioness of London
derry, daughter of Viscount Chaplin
nnd wife of ono of the richest peers In
England; tho Countess of Crewe;
Mrs, Lloyd George, wlfo of tho prime
minister; Mrs. Sidney Webb; Miss
Gertrude Tucker and Miss Elizabeth
These seven magistrates, the first
of their kind, have been appointed In
consequence of the passage of tho sex
disqualification removal net. recently
pnss((l, Resides tho ordinary duties
of office, theso women will constitute
an advisory cotntnltMio to advise the
lord chancellor regnidlng the Illness
of women for magisterial olllccs when
such vacancies occur.
Mrs. Ward Is a famous novelist.
She Is a granddaughter of Dr. Arnold
of Rugby and wns bom In 1851 In Hobnrt,
general attention wos "Robert Elsmcro"
Her experience as a boclal worker,
nbout her appointment as n magistrate.
SENATOR THOMAS ON OUR RAILROADS
"If you paralyze tho system of transportation, If you Interfere with tho
normal Intercourse due to tho running of trains, you not only seriously em
barrass tho welfare of these grout mosses of people hut, continued for n short
length of time, It will visit upon them all of tho horrors of cold and starvation.
Victor L. Bcrger, tho Mllwaukco
Socialist, Is much In tho limelight
theso dnys. Ho has now, for tfio sec
ond time, been refused a scut In tho
houso ot representatives. In splto of
a light in Ids behalf, led by Rcprescn
tntlvo Mann of Illinois, only six votes
wcro cast against n resolution refus
ing him tho prlvllego of taking the
Tho vote on tho resolution, which
wns offered by Reprcsentntlvo Dal
linger of Massachusetts, chairman of
tho commlttco which recommended
Mr. Bcrger's exclusion Inst fall, was
328 to 0.
Tho appeals In Berger's behalf
wcro made on tho ground that sum
mnry nctlon denying his constituents
representation In tho houso Incites,
rather than suppresses, radicalism.
Dalllnger, In urging Burger's ex
clusion, snld that tho situation was
Iho mine as beforo nnd that members
of tho house, under tho Constitution, could not seat a man held to bo dlsloyul
to his country. Bcrger, It will bo remembered, was convicted In 1010 In Chi
cago of disloyalty to tho United States and sentenced to twenty years In prison.
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residence of Secretary and Mrs. Daniels, Admiral Jelllcoo expressed admiration
for tho gallantry of tho American navy und n dcslro for continuation of tho
friendship anil co-operation
Admiral Jelllcoo 1ms been called tho "sen commander who lost a buttle
nnd won n war."
J. B. REYNOLDS TO
James B. Reynolds (portrait here
with) secretary of tho Republican nn
tlonal commlttco, resigned to tnko ac
tive charge of tho campaign of Gov.
Calvin Coolldgo of Massachusetts In
his raco for tho Republican presiden
Republluinu say that Mr. Rey
nolds' resignation has caused Gov.
Coolldgo to loom larger as a presi
dential possibility than tho backers of
Gov. Lowtlen, Gen. Wood and Senator
Harding lmo regarded him.
Mr. Reynolds will umlntnln Gov.
Coolldgo's campaign headquarters In
WnuhliiKtcm. Ho Is well liked In tho
East, especially In Massachusetts, his
native Mute, and political prophets
say his uctlvo presence In the cam
pnlgn will have considerable Influence
In swinging the easteni delegations
The Republican national commit
ton without the iirasfiico of "Jlinmlo"
Reynolds Its factotum for years, will
tho commltteo slnco llllL'. When his
UJh place would be taken, temporarily
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Her llrst novel to attract
however, Is doubtless what brought
Senntor Thomas of Colorado tins
been prominent In the debate In tho
senate over tho railroad bill. Ho
doesn't seem to feel unqualified ap
proval of either private ownership or
government control. Ho said tho other
day In a formal speech :
"I onco thought, and thought seri
ously, that Inasmuch us the Interstate
commcrco commission was far from
successful, Inasmuch as the regulation
of tho railway companies, try as hard
as wo might, was accompanied by
many discriminations and many
abuses, government ownership wos
our last resort, and wo ought to aa
Humo It as soon us posslbtc. But It
tho two years of public administra
tion is n sample of government owner
ship, then mny God In his Infinite
mercy deliver tho peoplo of tho United
States from Its longer continuation."
In speaking of the Importance of
tho railroads, ho said In part:
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Viscount Jclllcoc, admiral of tho
British fleet, former llrst sea lord of
tho British admiralty and commander
of tho British grand fleet In tho bnttlo
of Jutland, says ho had a good time
as tho guest of tho American people
during his unofllclnl visit. Ho was
presented to tho houses of Congress.
Ho visited tho nnvnl academy at An
nupolls. Ho was dined If not wined.
At tho Washington navy yard ho
wos shown now developments In naval
armament which hitherto had been a
navy secret. Ho saw tho shrinking of
a jacket on a 1-1-Inch gun nnd tho
"lining" of a 10-Inch rifle, and ulso
saw an experimental 10-Inch rifle
which, with an olovntlon of CO degrees,
will havo n range which tho engineers
would not predict, as 30 degrees Is
tho highest olovntlon yet tried. In
this position tho gun throw u shell
moro than twenty-flvo miles.
At u dinner In his honor nt tho
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at least, by Claieuco B. Miller
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john a. Mccormick,
President of the Chicago Trust 4. 8avlngs Bank.
P. G. Jacobson, of tho woll known
Rollnnco Dlo and Stamping Company,
Is ono of Chicago's most successful
business men and publlc-Bplrltod cltl
zons. Shoriff Charles W. Potorn Is mak
ing a good record.
Calvin F. Craig, the able president
of the Mechanics & Traders State
Bank, doserves great credit for the
well deserved popularity of that big
West Side Institution.
Andrew J. Ryan, the ablo lawyer,
should bo elected to tho constitutional
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C. J, DOYLE,
Attorney for the National Board of Underwriters.
Albert J. Hopkins, tho popular for
mer United Statos Senator, Is looked
upon by thousands ot Illinois Ropub
llcans as tho logical man to nominate
James M. Whalon, tho popular young
Democratic Icador, is boing urged by
his many friends to becomo a candi
dato for Democratic committeeman
from tho Sixth ward. Ho will bo
elected If ho makos tho race.
Al. J. Prlgnnno, tho popular secre
tary to Donnls J. Egnn, bailiff ot tho
Municipal Court, Is talked ot for clork
of tho Superior Court on tho Dem
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DANA H. HOWARD,
Superintendent of Advertising, Commonwealth-Edison Co.
Mayor Thompson wna the father ot
municipal playgrounds. He Intra
duccd and secured tho passage of the
first ordinance creating ono while h
wns an alderman.
Peter Relnberg has made a splendid
record as president of the ceuatr
Judgo John Stelk of the Municipal
Court Is one ot tho moat popular lar
iats on the bench. He U fearleae,
able and honest
Francis 8. Peabody for Unite
States senator Is the winning bat
tle cry for 1920.
Lauronco R. Adams, the populat
manager ot the fine Brevoort Hotel
Is one of Chicago's prosperous clti
zens and one ot tho best liked hotel
men In the United States.
Cuttor and Crossotto Company, mak
ers of tho famous Elgin Made Shirt,
Btand high In tho estimation ot the
commercial world ot Chicago.
John W. Eckhart, tho well known
mlllor, Is rospocted as a democratic
loader as well as a recognized power
In commercial life.
John Power naB always served th
people well as alderman from tho