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The Chicago Eaflle. a newtpaper
(far all clataol of readers. It devoted
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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1920.
DEATH OF ALDERMAN CULLER-TON.
Able Alderman and Dean of the City C
ouncll who wns burled on Wednesday
Ono of the ablest ami bust alder
moil that Chicago over hail passed
away on Sunday when Edward F. Cul
lerton died. Few people now allvo
rpinoinbor the start of thlH lomarkiiblo
man and few nu uwnro of tho many
Kreat Hcrvlecs ho rundoiod to Chicago
In his day. Vow ionu'inbir the fact
that lu was tho lender of tho now re
form council elected In 1S70 with
Thomas Hoyue for maor which put
Chicago on lt feet for the llrst time
after the Great l'lro and started It on
an uninterrupted career of glory.
Aid Cullevton wns piobably one of
tho most picturesque llgurcH In the
council as well as being tho oldest In
e.irn and In length" of service. He
first entered the council In 1871. and
served continuously until his death,
except for a term In tho 28th goncral
assembly and ono year, luuu, wnon
ho failed of re-election.
Eer since Ills entrance Into politi
cal ofllce ho lutd been the subject of
the attnrlCH of vailous selfish organ
izations, and particularly or tho so
called .Municipal Voters' League, In
whose side he was Indeed a thorn,
which It was unsuccessful in lemov
Ing. Apparently unmindful of tho
stinging attacks mado against him,
Aid. Cullerton proceeded on his coun
cil courso as he saw fit to pursue or
the exigencies of politics or his paity
The power ho held In his earlier
yeais in tho council enabled him to
hold tho chulimanshlp on tho llnnnco
committee for yeais, the most Impor
tant council committee. During later
years his inlluenco In tho council has
gradually waned, largoly becauso of
his age. 7S years, and tho changing
order of tho political game In ro
cent years ho wns an ndvocato of mu
nicipal ownership nnd In tho council
almost nlwnva lined tin with tho
Thompson administration. Soldom
wero thoio any sessions of tho council
In recent months when ho was not
opposing sorno ordinance or measuics.
Friends of his earlier political days
recall tho campaigns throughout tho
ward, which ho mado with his wife
In a horso and buggy, industriously
covering tho Important places and
speaking from tho carriage on stieot
corners when halls wero not available.
His was a personal touch campaign
in tho earlier days, and by it ho estab
lished an nequnintnnco which proved
ho valuablo n prohtlgo In Inter years
that few cared to run against him.
During his llfellmo In Chicago,
whf ro ho was born In 1842 nnd gained
a common school education, ho on
gnged In different enterprises anil
was reputed to be wealthy. In 1S!)3,
whon a member of tho firm of Trum
bull & Cullerton Roofing and Mt-tal
Lath Company, ho lost nil his money,
lie laid tho failure of that ventuio to
polities, which, ho claimed was a detri
ment to himself nnd his business.
In 11103 ho was engaged In the real
fHtato business and published a week
ly papor, tho Taxpayer, which ho con
tinued for several years. loiter he be
nimo an insurance broker.
Aid. Cullerton wns a widower, his
wlfo having died In Soptembor, 1910
Since that time he has made his homo
with his sister.
A brothor, .John J. Cullerton, and
two sisters, Mrs. William Leake and
Mrs. James Fitzgerald, survive. His
nophow. John F. Cullerton, lb manager
of properties for tho flro department
Popular 22d Ward Alderman
Should be Returned to the
The otor of tho Twenty-second
ward should ro-olcct John 11. Hauler
to tho city council. Ho has provon
himself to bo nil able, honest, faithful
and Influential alderman
John U. Smyth, tho well known In
surance man, with olllcos at 710 Went
Mndlson street, la one of tho rlslns
young men of Chicago. Ho Is popular,
ablo nnd energetic and Is a booster
for everything that mnkei for tho hot
torment of this, his nntlve city.
Col. E, M. lloui' povpmvos the
peculiar qunlllUntlou of keeping In
the limelight by mliig nothing to the
newspaper. Ills niiiiotineeinent con
reining his future plans Is Interesting
In what It docs not say. It l this:
"I am going to Texas to see my friends
unit to attend to omo pei-xotial mat
ters that long hae been neglected. 1
bine no Intention of dlseiivHlng pol
itics while I, tun (hero or taking any
part in tiny political situation either
directly or Indirectly. What I waul
more than anything cKo Is a period of
quiet, and I am going home to -cck
Colonel House's announcement
that he will leave New Ymk and re
turn to the Lone Ktar slate for an In
definite period apparently furnishes
llrt-liaud continuation that his rela
tions with tho president unit with the
Culled States go eminent, which ho
represented In nmny of the Important
liiteriiuiioiiiil am! war tcU'lopuu'iit, are tit an end.
Colonel Motive has for tle jours been the mot pusdlng personality In
the history of the I'lilted Slates. His life, to power of almot autocratic pre
tensions has constituted a mjster.v concerning which there bus been more
speculation than that relating to any other American during the Inst twenty
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EDWARD L. JARL
Edward L. Jarl, mnnnccr of the Snv.
Ina Department of the State Bank
of Chicago became Auditor of that
bank In 1913. Hh success In this
position merited hie promotion ac
Mnnancr of the savlmji departniont
In December, 1910. The savinns de
partment of tho State Bank of Chi
enco ranks fourth among the banks
of Chicago. It has over 46,600 depositors.
Franc'i J. Houlihan, able and popu
lar nttornoy, .with olllccs In tho Con
tinental & Commercial Hank building,
is often mentioned for judgo.
William G. Kolth, commissioner of
the Durcnii of (las and Electricity, le
a popular and painstaking public of
ficial nnd tho good tocord ho Is mak
ing Is pleasing tho citizens of Chicago.
Ho Is a practlcnl electrician and tho
pcnplo nro all with him In his success
ful efforts to Improve- tho ofllcloncy of
the Important department ho Is nt tho
Mayor Thompson should bo glvou
n chance to (Ire a lot of doadwood
among tho city hall clerks. Somo of
thorn thinking thomsolvos safo under
the civil service law, nro Impudent,
Insubordinate nnd useless.
Edward W. Evorott, tho well known
Chicago lawyer, Is frequently men
tioned for judicial honors, although
ho has nover Indicated any doslro to
peek n position on tho bonch. Ho is
vory popular with all who know him
and his connections, professional and
otherwise nro all of that high class
which Instills respect and confidence
The Dots Piano School m gaining in
popularity and Its graduates aro nntod
for their proficiency.
Judge William E. Dover Is making
a splendid record an the Appellate
Alderman Walter P. Stoffon of the
Twenty-third ward, is making a good
record in tho City Council. Ho Is one
of tho coming sues of Chicago nnd tho
poople aro pleased with him.
William II. Wosboy, tho popular
city collector, Is strougly urged by
Ropubllcnn lenders for ward commit
teeman In tho Twenty-sixth wnrd.
And Give Overworked Post Of
fice Employes Better Wages.
When "outside" lettor postngo was 3
conts a lettor n sin plus 10 venue of
$154,000,000 wus raised In ono year.
It was dropped to 2 cents to ploaso
tho fancy of somo bureaucrat.
Put it back to 3 cents and give loi
ter carriers nnd othor employes liv
ing wages. Thoy deservo bettor pay.
Goorgo W. Paullln, tho woll known
furrier and Drainage Hoard Trusteo,
is being tnlkod of for dologato to tho
National Republican convention from
tho Tenth District.
Leo Oppcnholraor, vico-presldont of
the famous Mcsslner lunch rooms,
Is ono of the coming men of Chi
cago. He is popular, ablo and pro-iresslve.
John McGlllen's big army of friends
and ndmlrors aro a unit in tholr do
slro to see him represent tho North
Sldo in tho Democratic National Convention.
The Municlrnl Voters' League in its
rev low of tho city council thl year
Tw only-third Ward Walter P.
Steffen. Finishing third year In coun
cil with exrellont record; man of
great Industry and energy. Aid. Stef
fen Is ono of tho strongost factors for
nggresslvo honesty In tho council and
his Influence has been wholl) for good
GEORGE W. PAULLIN
Chicago's Leading Furrier and Popular Sanitary District Trustee
MUNSEY BUYS TWO MORE PAPERS
Frank A. Mtmsey, inugurlne and
newspaper puhlMier, has purehnxed
the New York Herald, the New York
Kculng Telegram and (lie Purls edi
tion of the Herald. He sii.nm that he
Will IlilVe mi uiliKitiueeiiient In make
eoneernlng his plans fur thee news
papers until he hud an opportunity to
study his now piopertles, Mo de
clines to disclose- ihe price paid.
Announcement of the change n
niiiile la tho Hcinld by Rodman Wan
iiuiaker and the (Suurauty Trut com
pany us executors of the ustato of
James (loiilon Itniuett.
The Herald eommeulltig eillto
rinll on the mi'i, leenlls the friend
ship between Air .Mitie-ey nut! (he late
James Gordon lteiinett nnd adds:
"The sale of the newspaper to Mr.
Mmi-ey Is In tiei'in-il with the spirit of
Mr Itennett's will, ills ehlef desire as
tlieieln exptessed being thnt (he'ller
ald lie continued nnd developed, to bo
mi I'lidtiting monmiiciil to Its gieat founder
The Herald v u founded b James (lordi
aiipearauce on Mn. II. IS! I.". It passed Into
iiett, Jr., upon the elder llennett's death In
in IUmiiii'II, Sr Mild iiiude lis llrst
the bunds of James Goiilou lien
TO BRING BACK A NORMAL WORLD
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N 'yti0f aft
Rejiiotds, ( l.cagu; Aiihur T. llm
Ion, Plttsbiiu'li, William II. Tnfi, 1
Mr. JiiiSoii, (iiortrall heiewit
law.veis, has made a pnrtii'iilar st
of the continent.
Governments of the entente and
neutral powers have been asked to co
operate In an educational, Industrial,
ami llniilii till eouferenee for the pur
pose of restoring uoriiial conditions
throughout tlie world. In the United
States the appeal was addressed to
the chamber of commerce of tliu Unit
ed States. In Grout Iliitiilu, Franco,
Italy, Switzerland, Denmark, Norway,
and Sweden, the appeal wns address
ed to tlie res live governments.
While (iorimiuy and Austria are not
Included In tlie oilglual call, It ft an
nounced Unit delegates from these
countries would lie Imlted to attend
tint eouferenee, as would delegates
from Jupiin and lending Latin Amer
Among tlie Aineileau signers are
J. P. Morgan. Ileilieit C. Hoover,
Frank A niiileiilp, Harry Pratt .lad
sou, pieslileiit University of Chicago;
Samuel Ilea, Philadelphia ; George M.
Ile., piosident Yale university; A. W. Mel-
)anlel Wlllaid, llaltlmoie.
h), one of Amei lea's loading lutorimtlnuul
uil, of European economics while on touts
DESCHANEL PRESIDENT OF FRANCE
Paul Di'Mimnel. elected president
of Frnnee by tho national assembly
for a teim of seven years, slid In bis
"Tho milioiinl assembly, In onlllug
to the piesldouey of tlie republic tiio
president of the chamber of deputies,
wished to mark Its profound attach
ment for those parllamentiuy Institu
tions whl( li In tho greatest drama of
history showed again their suppleness
and their strength.
"As a faithful guaidian of the law
I will seek to apply the constitution
Mi lottoi nud In spirit to solidify ami
perl cut, in dose accord with tlie na
tion's reprisuntatlves, these lieo In
stitutions, "Our hopes of 1018 weie not en
Ill oly rcallod nnd It Is necessary to
day to conquer tho illlUeultles that
press upon us by strict application
of tlie tioiit of Versailles, lij the do
eopiiient of our alliances and friend
ships, .mil b tho union of all the French.
"I liiln' to Franco all m, devotion nnd all m heart'
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JOHN E. OWENS
Much talked of for County Judge by all Democratic factions
P. G. Jacobson, of tho woll known
Rollanco Dlo nnd Stamping Company,
Is ono of Chicago's most successful
business men and public-spirited citizens.
Sheriff Charles W. Peters Is mak
ing a good record.
Calvin V. Craig, tho ablo president
ot tho Mechanics & Traders Statu
Bank, deserves great credit for the
well dosorved popularity of that big
West Sldo Institution
Androw J. Ryan, the nblo lawyer,
should bo olectcd to tho constitutional
Mayor Thompson was tho father ot
municipal playgrounds. Ho Intro
duced nnd secured tho passago of tha
llrst ordinance creating ono whllo be
wns an uldormnn.
Potor Rclnborg has mado a splendid
record as president ot tho county
Judgo John Stelk of tho Municipal
Couit is ono ot tho most popular Jur
ists on tho bench. Ho la fearloM,
ablo and honcat.
Francis S. Penbody for United
Slates eenntor Is tho winning bat
Go cry for 11)20.
Manuel L, Queon president of
the Philippine senire. -.ns (lie three
question-, agitating tlie 1'illpliios aie
national Independence. prohibition
and woman sulTinge. Ho says; '1
believe we would lie willing to accept
Independence In iin.v one of several
wujs. Wo aie willing to accept It
uucouilltlouully and take tho conse
quences, or take It under a piotoctor
ate of tho Culled Sinios, or under
the terms of (ho League of N'atlons
guaranteeing iiiitlouul boundaries, or
b.v an agieenient of neutrality signed
h Japan, the United States, Great
llrltaln, Fiance, and perhaps oilier
"The Philippine senate Is for pro
hlliltion, while tho hoiisU H opposed
or nt least less favorable, but wo ex
pect to get u prohibition bill through
both houses. Liquor drinking is on
tho Increase In tho Philippines and
among the Filipinos.' .0v h the time
to nit h' i the breweries become Unreached.
"I am in favor ot woman suixrag bjrj I va Inclined to think we will not
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President of tlie great Heco Envelopo Company
Albert J. Hopkins, tho popular for
mer United Stntcs Senator, In looked
upon by thousands of Illinois Repub
licans as tho logical man to nomlnnto
Laurenco R. Adams, the populat
managor ot tho flno Drovoort Hotel,
Is ono ot Chicago's prosperous citi
zens and ono ot tho best liked hotel
men in tho United States.
William R. Fotzor. tho popular I Jhpn nS' tho wHeU kn01"
Seventh Ward alderman, is In line "r; ' "p ncnlcn nH a femooratlo
for higher honors. d!I J " R co' V
III buuiuiutviui lliu.
Democrats throughout Illinois are
rallying to tho support ot Francis S.
Poabody for United States Senator.
John Power rias always served tht
propio well ns alderman from tht
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