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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1920.
Tho list of Cook county republican
candidates Is as follows:
First district Delegates: George
F. Harding, Oscar DoPrlcst, August
L. Williams. Alternate Clarcnco 11
Itoblnson and Concar Egercr. No
preference by delegates or alternates.
Second district Delegates: Los
sing Rosenthal, Charles Ringer, .Ed
win Logan Keorcs, Edwin S. Davis.
Alternates: Edwin W. Sims and Ed
ward G. Elzings, all for Lowdcn.
Third dIstrlctDolegatcs: William
L. Weber and William W. Wilson, for
Lowdcn; Elliott W. Sproul and Anton
T. Zemnn, no proference. Alternates:
Donald H. McGllvray and Frank E.
Christian, for Lowdcn; Henry II.
Doottchcr and William T. Arthur, no
Fourth district Delegates: Otto II.
Teschner, Lowden; Frank Doblor,
Hector A. Droulllet, Ernest W. Dock,
no preference Alternates: Frank
Trofll, Georgo L. Russell, no prefer
ence. Fifth district Delegates: Thomas
Curran, John T. Nobeck, no prefer
ence. Alternates: Jacob desorowlch,
Otto Vesseror, no prcforonce.
Sixth district Dologatos: Robert
E. Crowe, George R. Arnold. Alter
natesAlbert O. Holllc, Carl P. Graff.
No proforoncos for delegate or alter
nate. Soventh district Delegates: John
T. Garner, Albeit H. Sovorlnghuus,
Jens C. Hansen, Henry J. Kolze. Al
ternates: Harry M. Carroll, Lewis F.
Wilk, Gus G. Martin, Michael Finborg.
No proference for dologato or alter
nate. Eighth district Delegate: Christo
pher Mamor, Magnus C. Knutlson,
Fred S. DeCoIa. Alternates Charles
McGavIn, Josoph F. Dolntowskl. No
preference for delegato or alternate
Ninth district Delegates: William
WrJgley, Jr., Georgo F. Portor, Eugene
R. Piko, Michael Fahorty, William F.
Potors. Alternates Henry T. Cnrr,
Charles Ployke, John P. Frledlund.
Arthur C. Ludor, John A. Peterson.
All oxcept Peters and Petorson
pledged to Lowden.
Tenth district Delegates: Frank
J. Loeech, William T. Abbott, William
L. Noblo, Edgar J. Cooke. Alternates
Robert J. Douglas, Charles L. Swan
son, Ernest H. Lyons. All but Cooke
pledged to Lowdcn.
Tho Cook count democrats who
have filed as candidates for dologotes
to tho national' convention aro nil un
pledged. Thoy aro:
First district Delegates- James
M Dalloy, Michael Konna. Alternates:
George J. O'ConnoIl, John F. Hlgglns.
Second district Delegates: William
L. O'ConnoIl. James J. Sullivan Al
ternates: nonjamln P. Epstein, Frank
Third district Dolegates: Frank
J. Walsh, Robert M. McKlnloy, JnmcH
Hyland, Josoph P. Ryan. Alternates
Michael F. Rynn, Francis BorrelH.
Fourth dlBtrict Delegates: Joseph
D. McDonough, Charles J. Michael.
Alternates: Henry Paumann, Leonard
Fifth district Delegates: Donnis
J. Egan, Adolph J. Sabath. Alter
nates: Joseph A. Mondel, Otto Ker
nor. Sixth district Dologatos: James
T. Igoe, Samuel J. Rosenblatt. Alter
nates: Michael H. Rodgers, Charles
Seventh district Delegates W K.
Champlln, John N. Nowlckl. Al't-r-nates:
Edmund K. Jarockl, Walter J.
Ninth district Delegates- John
McGHIcn, Josoph E. Mahoney. Alter
nates: James A. Qulnn, N. Georgo
Tenth district -Delegates: Georgo
E. Drennnn, Peter Relnborg Alter-
D Hayes, William E
Moro than 7.000 of tho 11,000 elec
tion officials who will servo at tho
polls next Tuesday will be women.
President of the Chicago
TETRAZZINI IS AC-
CLAIMED BY THRONG
Great Coloratura Soprano Thrills
Thousands As She Sings to
Capacity of the Auditorium
Mine. Tetrazzlnl returned to her
favorlto city, Chicago, lust Sunday to
bo met with a great ovation. A dura
tion of over eight years has elapsed
since tho voice of Mine. Lulsn Tctrnz
zlna was heard In this city; over five
thousand people were present in tho
capacity-filled Auditorium to hear tho
great coloratura soprano, who is uni
versally acclaimed one of tho most
gifted and skilled of all the perfor
mers on tho larynx'. In recent years
it is generally agreed that a coloratura
rolo was never really sung unless
Totrnzzlnl was thoro to sing It, and
in opera and concert peoplo huvo
docked by tho thousands from all
parts of tho world to hear her. Ono
point which made her performance a
mora difficult and serious matter for
her than any of nor other concert ap
pearances of tho season was for her
to realizo that tho Inst tlnio she sang
on tho samo stage, it was as a mem
ber of tho opora company directed
and conducted by tho lato Maestro
Cleofonto Cnmpaulnl. Sho and Mmo.
Campanlnl, hcrsolf a formor operatic
artist, aro sisters, and thus tho rela
tions wero closer thnn tho ordinary
professional ones. Memories at tho
past moved Mmo. Totrazzlnl pro
foundly and It was some, tlmo upon
hor first entranco boforo sho could
command her voice enough to go on
with tho uumbor. Mmo. Campanlnl,
who Is living In complato retirement
nt tho Congress Hotel forgot her sor
row for a brief while as sho listened
to tho proof of hor slstor's succoss
In hor own room whero Mmo.
Totrnzzlnl's manager hud sot up a
telcphono-dlctaphouo connecting in
tho wings of tho theater. Thus Mmo.
Campanlnl was enabled to hear tho
Mmo Tetrazzinl's accompanist, PIo
tro Clmnru, played a selection from
Mascagni's "Iris," and Mayo Wndlor,
who gavo n recital hero Inst April, ap
peared twico as n violin soloist. Ev
erything was encored, with speclul em
phnsls on tho contributions of Mine.
Tetrazzlnl. Her many friends aro glad
to learn that sho has promised to sing
hero again In April,
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Popular MaBter In Chancery and Well Known Lawyer Who Would Make a
Title & Trust Company.
JUDGE STELK FAVORS
MOTOR SAFETY LEAGUE
Judgo John Stolk, in his annual re
port to Chief Justlco Olson of tho Mu
nicipal court, says:
I am heartily in favor of tho Chicago
Motor Safety Lcaguo becauso it is
organized along tho following lines:
1. It is purely voluntary, with tho
only thought of bettering conditions
and giving everybody and tho law
a square deal.
2. No member belongs to it with
any idea of coining any special per
sonal profit or advantage
3. Tho mo'mbers aro Chicago men
and women of excellent character and
reputation, whether they own or drlvo
a motor vehlclo or not.
4. Tho members, whether special
officers or not, aro at all times subor
dinate to tho rogular sworn officers
of tho law and only an auxiliary thoro
to. G. Tho spoclal officers of tho or
ganization aro equipped with a suit
able star and other proper creden
tials but not prlvllogcd to carry a
revolver or otnor deadly weapon or
to mako arrests.
C. Tho oflicors (all of whom aro
not yet selected) aro to bo men of
tho highest typo of Amorlcan citizen,
who. stnnd for honesty and deconcy in
public oITlco and who abhor all spo
clal privileges and favoritism.
Popular 22d Ward Alderman
Should be Returned to the
Tho votors of tho Twonty-socond
ward should ro-oloct John H. Bauler
to tho city council. Ho has proven
himsolf to bo an ablo, honest, faithful
and influential alderman.
P. G. Jacobson, of tho woll known
Rollanco Dlo and Stamping Company,
is ono of Chicago's most successful
business mon and publlc-splrltod citi
zens. Democrats throughout Illinois are
rallying to the support ot Francis 8.
Peabody for United States Senator.
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of the Chicago Federal Reserve bank and was ono of tho excess profits ad
visers of the treasury department.
Reduce the number of middlemen, ellmlnato useless employees and en
courage their return to the farms to help lncrenso production of food. That
was the message brought to tho capital by tho now secretary of agriculture.
JAPANESE QUESTION IN CONGRESS
The Japanese question comes up
frequently in congrt"". Senator Goro
of Oklahoma (portrnlt herewith) bus
Introduced a joint i evolution in the
nnturo of n proposed amendment to
tho Constitution. Tho resolution
reads In part : "No person other thnn
n citizen ot the United States shall bo
entitled to vote for Senators and Rep
resentatives In Congress or for elec
tors to chooso a President und n Vlco
President when such electors tiro
chosen by direct vole of the people."
Senator Chamberlain of Oregon
read Into tho record u memorial from
tho Oregon legislature favoring an
amendment to tho fourteenth amend
ment of tho Constitution providing
that children born In tho United
Stutcs of parents who nro not citizens
and cannot ncqulro citizenship by nat
uralization shall not become citizens
by reason of birth.
At tho sennto committee hearing
regarding tho entry of Jnpnne.se, Senator Phclau of California announced that
,ho had prepared a bill excluding Japanese.
Senator Goro said the United States made a mistake in debating tho im
migration question with Japan when it first cuiue up.
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count lu preparing for tho wedding."
Miss Hopkins' story wtw corroborated by hor mother. Attorneys pre
sented u copy of u telegram sent by Mr. Androws to Mrs. Gurdncr lu which'
ho announced his engagement to Miss Hopkins.
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Official announcement thnt Henry
P. Fletcher, United States ambussndor
to Mexico, hns resigned, is mndo by
Secretary of State Lansing. His resig
nation ends 18 years In tho diplomatic
I Fletcher was appointed to Ids
post In February, 1010. Ho did not
'go to Mexico City, liowovcr, until tho
I following February. For the lust year
Fletcher has been on duty at tho state
'department In an advisory capacity to
Secretary Lnnslng on Mexican matters.
Fletcher's relations with tho Mex
ican government while in Mexico City
wero understood to be moro or less
strained, owing to alleged Germnn In
trlguo In Mexico during the wnr.
During Ids diplomatic servlco
Fletcher has been minister to Chllo
and tocretnij of tho American lega
tions at Havana, Lisbon ami Peking,
whero ho uUo served ns clmrgo
It Is btnted as probable that Mr. Fletcher will bo asked to testify buforo,
the cenati' foreign relations subcommittee investigating the Mexican situation.
Ho should know somo Important facts.
"AL" SMITH, NEW
when the, Marled calling him Al. When ho won six, his father died, nud his
mother, with tho children and no money, opened a candy store,
At foilj llvo Al Smith wits governor of the stuto of Now York.
Edwin T. Meredith of Des Moines,
Iown, (portrnlt herewith) hns become
it member of the Wilson cabinet, suc
ceeding David F. Houston ns secre
tary of agriculture. Mr. Houston was
sworn In as secretary of tho treasury,
replacing Carter Glass, who took his
sent In tho senate to fill out tho un
expired term of tho-lato Senator Mar
tin of Virginia.
Theso changes lcavo only four of
the original members of President
Wilson's official family, and one of
these, Franklin K. Lane, secretary of
the Interior department, hns an
nounced that ho will rctlro to prlvato
life. The others nro Secretary of tho
Nnvy Daniels, Postmnstcr General
llurleson and Mr. Houston.
Mr. Meredith, Ntho now agricul
tural department head, is the editor
of Successful Fanning and president
of tho Associated Advertising Clubs
of tho World. Ho also Is n director
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DOLLARS A MINUTE
It took a Chicago Jury but 25 min
utes to hear the story of Miss Innls
R. nopklns of St. Louis In her $50,000
breach of promlso suit against Elliott
R. Andrews, treasurer of tho Slgnodo
For each minute spent In hearing
tho case tho Jury awarded Miss Hop
kins $1,000525,000 In all. ,
Mr. Androws, who broke his en
gagement to Miss Hopkins to marry
his stenographer, did not contest tho
"It was In February, 1014, that
Mr. Androws asked mo to marry him,"
testified Miss Hopkins. "I had met
him at many social affairs In St. Louis
and I accepted him. Tho engagement
was announced nt u luncheon given
at tho homo of Mrs. Fiederlck Gard
ner, the wlfo of tho governor" of Mis
souri. I spent $3,000 on my trousseau,
$1,000 In entertaining friends of Mr.
Androws and exhausted my bank ac
It lias been a long tlmo since an
Ilorntlo Alger bus had a current In
spiration for ono of thoso racy, Amer
ican "From Cannl Uoy to President"
stories, for strictly modern Instances
of "tnttcrs" reaching tho Whlto House
lmvo been strikingly lacking.
Rut if Alfred E. Smith, chief exec
utive of tho stnto of New York, and
familiarly known us "Goernor Al,"
should by trick of fato or politics ar
rlvo there In 1021, nil the old Lincoln
Garileld brand of romance may Imme
diately bo revived.
"Al" Smith, nlthougli modern tin
Georgo Ade, is as plebeian as Abo Lin
coln. Although of rich New York, ho
was born as poor ns tlm rnll-xplltter,
and his father's llower.v tenement had
no moro graces than tho llttlo Lincoln
Alfred Smith's blnhplaeo wnf In
tho center of tho famous Fouith wind,
IIo wns about thivo years old
CALVIN F. CRAIO,
President of the Mechanics & Traders State Bank.
Georgo W. Krugg of tho Now South
cm Hotol of Chicago, is ono ot tho
most populnr hotol mon in tho United
States. His guests would mako him
president if thoy could. Speaking of
tho presidency, tho Now Southora at
Michigan avenuo and 13th strcot is be
ing put in great shapo for tho rccop
tlon ot dolcgatcs and visitors to tho
Republican National Convention, and
also for tho Elks National Convention.
Calvin r. Craig, the able president
of the Mechanics ft Traders , State
Bank, deserves great credit for the
well deserved popularity ot that big
West Side institution.
Sheriff Charles W. Peters is mak
ing a good record.
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Albert J. HopkinB, tho popular for
mor United States Senator, is looked
.upon by thousands ot Illinois Repub
licans as tho logical man to nominate
William R. Fetter, the popular
Seventh Ward alderman, Is in lino
for higher honors.
James Agar ot the well known John
Agar Packing Company would moke
a splendid stato treasuror of Illinois.
He is a business man of high char
acter and a political leader of force
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HARRY M. LUBLINER,
Of the Great Moving Picture House of Lubllner & Trlnz, Which Is Erecting
8ome Great New Theaters.
Mayor Thompson was the father ot
municipal playgrounds. He Intro
duced and secured tho passage ot tho
first ordlnanco creating ono while ho
was an alderman.
Peter Relnberg has made a spleaala
record as president of tho counts'
Judge John Stelk of tho Mnnloiptl
Court Is one of tho moat popular Jo
ists on tho bench. He la reareet,
able and honest
Francis S. Peabody for United
States senator Is the winning bat
Jtle cry for 1920.
Laurence R. Adams, tho popalal
manager of the fine Brevoort Hotel,
is-one ot Chicago's prosperous eitS
tons and one ot the best liked hotel
men in the United States.
John W. Eckhart, the well kaowa
miliar, Is respected as a democratic
loader as well as a recognised power
In commercial life.
Lnwrenco P. Romano of tho well
known Morso-Romano Co., is ono of
tho best liked mon in tho Invostmont
and real estato lino in Chicago. His
ability and courtosy lmvo won for
him an army ot friend,