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SATURDAY, MAY 1. 1920.
ROGER SULLIVAN'S WILL
The will of Roger C. Sullivan was
filed Wednesday In tho Probate court.
A valuation of $1,500,000 Is put on
the estate by the law firm of Cooke,
Sullivan & Itlcks, which filed the will,
but the amount Is expected to bo
somewhat higher than that. Mr. Sul
livan's friends have understood that
he mado cash settlements on his son
and daughters during his lifetime.
Among tho bequests is a. direction
to his trustees to set aside annually
$1,S00 for a porlod of twenty years
following his death, to bo spent In
educating or assisting In defraying
the expenses of educating young men
or women who otherwise might not
be able to obtain an education.
Selection of the beneficiaries, the
period during which the contributions
shall bo made, and the amount of tho
annual contribution, is left to tho dis
cretion of tho trustees.
Tho will named tho trustees as
Helen M. Sullivan, tho widow; Hoet
lus H. Sullivan, his sou, and John P.
Hopkins. Mr. Hopkins death, of
course, leaves tho trust estate entire
ly in tho hands of his widow nnd son,
who nro also named as executors of
Tho widow Is bequeathed outright
all tho household property nnd three
eighths of his estnte, und tho follow
ing bequests to members of his family
Francis J. Sullivan, brother, $r,000.
now Michael F. Sullivan, $2,500.
Clare Sullivan, niece, $2,C0O.
Frauds T. Sullivan, cousin, $10,
000. Roger C. Sulllvnn, grandson, $5,000.
Desldes tho $1,800 unnually for as
sistance to students, tho following
bequests to charity nro mado:
St. Vincent DoPaul society of Chi
St. Mary's Training school of I)es
Plalnes. 111., $5,000.
Tho balnnco of tho estnto Is placed
In trust, which will bo administered
by tho widow ami son. Out of tho
trust estate tho following annuities,
to be paid during tho lifetime of tho
beneficiaries, nro provided:
John J. Sullivan, brother, $1,500.
Mnry McCarthy, wlfo of William V.
McCarthy of Delaware Water Gap,
Pa., sifter, $1,500.
Francis J. Sullivan, brothor, 31,500.
The provisions of tho trust are ex
plained by tho attorneys who filed tho
win In the following statement:
"Tho balunco of tho trust estate
Is divided Into tlvi equal shares. The
trustees aro directed to co:n-) me
of these equal shares to tho rhllli.n
of his deceased dnughtcr, Holen.
"Ench of his four surviving child
r n Is to receive during life tho uet
incomo from one of tho remaining four
"Upon tho death of any of his child
ren subsequent to his death, leaving
no Issuo, tho part of tho trust estato
to which such deceased child wai n
fltled li to bo divided among his child
n then surviving. Upon tho death
of any of his children, leaving Irsuc
iirvlvlng, tho trustees aro directed
to ronvoy to tho Issue of any Mirh do
rr asetl child the principal of tho do
er asod child's portion of tho trust es
tnto. "Tho trustocs aro given full pocr
f.f sale and management over the trust
fharles E. Davis, president of Roth
schild & Co., tho great State Hrert
store, is ono of the livo wires of Chi
cago. Ho Is foremost in everj moo
mont for tho betterment of th city
and for tho advancement of its inter
ests. His Hfo work has been a con
tinuous boost for Chicago.
Going into hystrr.'s ubout boosting
Chicago nt the t xponso of Chicago
peoplo in newj.par.Tn in other cities
Is raw st iff A in. ion dollar a year
for t1 a : ' . outing wojld help
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Popular Judge of
Chicago Democrats and his con
stituents without regard to party lines
are praising tho work of Congressman
James McAndrows nt Washington.
There is no harder working man nt
tho national capitol than him. A
practical business mnn and u man of
affairs, ho nttends to every detnll with
a pntlcnco that Is inexhaustible. There
Is no member of Congress who re
ceives mora letters and moro request'!
for Information and aid than Con-
grcssmnn McAndrows. Ho answers
every lottor and attends to overy do
tall on nil matters entrusted to him.
His olllco Is ono of the busiest In
Tho Camel Palaco Garden at On
tario and North Clark streets Is ono
ot tho swollest places ot entertainment
in tho city. Besides being only a fow
blacks from tho Loop, Its advantages
und attractions aro of tho highest or
der, and It is patronized by tho best
Automoblllsts who flash tholr
"bright lights" in tho oyos of pedos
trians and othor nutolsts causo most ot
tho auto accidants.
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EUGENE R. PIKE.
Popu ar Lealer in the Republican Party, Strong in Business and Financial
ja,-iUfc, Life of Chicago, t
the Circuit Court.
Tho Mechanics & Traders State
Dank is making a splondld record and
Is gaining now customers and deposi
tors ovary day. It has an ldoal lo
cation in tho heart of the groat wost
sldo at tho cornor of Washington and
Adam Ortsolfon, one of tho best ot
Chicago's City Treasurers, would
make a good Stato Treasurer.
P. O. Jacobson; of tho woll known
Rcllanco Dlo nnd Stamping Company,
is ono of Chicago's most successful
business man and public-spirited citi
Chicago needs a now postofDco
butldlng and needs it badly right
Tho now building should bo located
In tho center of the great West Sldo
whom car lines nro direct routes to
north and south, cast and west dis
tricts ot tho city.
John W. Eckhnrt, the well knows
miller, is respected as a democratic
loader as well as a recognized powet
In coinmorcl.il Hfo.
Oscar F. Mayer, as a business man
and a cltlzon, does credit to Chicago.
Ho etandB for progress and fa one ot
tbo men who have holpod make tho
est fires und put 1
0,000,000 acres of
the richest forests
mck Into tho productive urea of tho stato tho 5,000,000 or
unproductive land. within our commonwealth, onco nmong
of America, but now useless und barren, Is In my Judgment
tlilnrta I tin I nnn 1n ilntm fill- tllG StlltO Of l'ollIlSV lVallln. I
one of the lik'i'(l
answered the call of the governor to
I "SNOW BABY"
Herewith is n good picture of "Tho
Snow 15nby" Marie Almlghlto Peary
.Mrs. Edward Stafford as she now
appears In tho public eyo as tho wom
an who christened tho destroyer ltob
ert 12. Peary, recently launched nt tho
Cramp shipyards Philadelphia, and
now being made ready for sea. A lit
tle less than Uo ye.irs ago .Mrs. Stafford
was probably the most famous baby
In alt the world. It camo about In
Her father, Ilio late Admiral
Peary, acknowledged discoverer of tho
North Pole, married her mother In
Washington In 18SS. He had already
achieved fiimo as an Arctic explorer.
Mrs. Peury accompanied her liusbnnd
on the ISOl-'J expedition and again
went with him on the lSIKI-t explora
tion of Greenland tho llrst white
woman to winter with an nrctlc expe
dition. It was on this exploration of
'Grecnlnnd that Peary discovered tho
famous three meteorites, ono of which weighs ninety tons nnd Is tho largest
It was on this expedition Unit Mario Almlghlto was born In Grecnlnnd
tho most northerly born white child In tho world. Mrs. Peary accompanied
her husbnnd on the 18!)7 expedition. In 1000 sho went north to meet him;
her ship was caught In tho lie and mother and daughter wintered nt Capo
and began life as on olllelal court stenographer. Ho was admitted to tho
bar in 18011. His polltlcnl career began when ho went to tho Unltlmoro con
vention of 101U as n delegate nt Inrge.
CGORGAS TO CLEAN UP PERU I
MaJ. Gen. William C. Gorgas, for
merly surgeon general of the Unltei
States army, lias miulo- n Ilve-yea'
contract with tho Peruvian govern
inent to clean up Peru, and Genera
Gorgas Is to get 1C,000 r. year for do
Ing it. Tho work will begin next Jan
It was Gorgas who wns chief son
Itnry otlker In Hnvana from 1S0S to
1002. What ho did to tho ni3qult
nnd tho yellow fever Is well known
Ills work in Cuba Is really tho begin
ning of tho end of yellow fever tin
world over wherever tho people will
From 1001 to 1013 Gorgas wns
In Biinltnry chnrgo of tho Panomn
Cnnnl zone. Ho exterminated yellow
fever, and tho bubonic plague and re
duced nuilnrlo, typhoid and dysentor
over 00 per cent.
Yellow fever, hnvlng been drlvei
from pillar to post, tnen settled at
Gunynqull, Ecuador, as Its Moody residence. It began thero in 1812, when It
killed off half tho population. Tho Gorgns commission got after It.
BUREAU OF MARKETS CHIEF
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coniui'ii ini Mocks of grain, Hour and several miscellaneous food products.
lliilutory work Is performed in connection with tho enforcement of tho
Unlleu Motes cotton future, grolu Mundnrds and Muudurd basket acts.
alfTord 1'lnchot, former forester of
tho forest service of the United States
department of agriculture, nnd n man
both lauded nnd berated by conserva
tionists, has been commandeered by
Governor Sprout of Pennsylvania toi
servo ns stnto commissioner of for
estry, to succeed ltobert S. Conklln,
resigned, nt n snlnry of 0,000.
Tho change In tho department of
forestry follows n long drawn out fight
between Mr. Conklln nnd Mr". 1'lnchot,
who has been a member of the forestry
commission ono year, relative to de
partmental policy. Mr. Plncliot sup
ported Colonel Henry W. Shoemaker,
another member of the commission,
who contended Unit tho old manage
ment ot the department was wnsteful
nnd produced tho very destruction of
Umber hinds tho department Is sup
posed to prevent. Mr. Conklln has
been In tho department 10 years.
Mr. Pltirhnt said : "To Hton for-
help him do It
A. Mitchell Palmer Is increasingly
In tho public eyo thoso parlous days.
As attorney general of the United
Slates and head of tho department of
Justlco ho will havo chargo of prose
cutions growing out of tho "outlaw
strike" of tho railroad men.
Department of justico ofllclnls
early unenrthed evidence that behind
tho strike was something llttlo less
than attempted overthrow of Ameri
can Institutions. They discovered
plans to disrupt thu four great rail
road brotherhoods and to organize nil
roll workers Into ono union. These
plans also show that through tho
agency of tho I. W. W. relationship
had been established between tho
strikers' newly formed organization
tho Hallway Workers' union and
tho "ono big union," as tho Canadian
I. W. W. Is known.
Mr. Palmer's resldenco Is Strouds
burg, Pa. Ilo got u collego education
Georgo Livingston Is the new chief
of tho bureau of mnrkets of the United
States department of agriculture.
This has of Into years developed Into
on Important bureau. It acquires and
disseminates Inforniollon regarding tho
marketing nnd distribution of farm and
nonmanul'nctured food products. Its
work Is divided Into four branches
Investigational, demoiibtrutlonal, serv
ice, and regulatory.
In Its service work tho burenu
Issues reports gllng Information re
gardlng tho supply, commercial move
ment, disposition, and market prices
of fruits mid vegetables, livo stock and
meats, dairy ami poultry products,
grain, hay, feeds, and beeds, and, re
garding opportunltes for American
farm products In foreign countries,
Semiannual surveys aro inndo to
determine tho location and ownership
of tho food supply of tho nation.
.Monthly reports nro Issued showing
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Popular Judge of
James M. Whalon is making a splen
did rocord as county civil sorvico
commissioner. Ho deserves well at
tho hands ot tho peoplo, as ho has
always been faithful to every public
trust Imposed on him.
Paul II. Wicdol, tho ablo and cour
teous chief clerk of tho board of as
sosors, is ono ot tho most capablo
and highly respected public officials in
Cook county. Ho Is a livo wlro in tho
causo of good public service.
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JOSEPH F. HAAS.
Popular Recorder of Deeds.
Frank A. Johnson, general salts
manager of tho Gronnan Cako Cor
poration, is ono of tho most popular
and wldcawako young men In Chi
cago. Ho is very popular in polit
ical circles and many predict a big
public career for him.
Carl Appol, tho owner ot tho Justly
famous North Sldo Tumor Hall, and
restaurant, Is a wido awake citizen,
ot whom Chicago is proud.
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WILLIAM H. WEBER.
Popular County Assessor.
the Circuit Court.
Ono cnttro floor of tho County
building is given to a non-ofllclal
organization dovotcd to tho churning
of graft from unhappy poor peoplo,
under tho guiso ot reform. Tho
county in tho monntimo has to pay
rent In other parts of tho town for
necessary public offices.
The City Council wants to find out
tho high cost of living. Profiteers may
find out also boforo tho Aldermen got
through with them.
A. J. Kowalskl, cashier of tho big
North-Wcstorn Trust and Savings
bank Is frequently mentioned for
stato treasurer ot Illinois. Ho Is very
popular and would bo elected It ho
permitted tho use of his namo. Mr.
Kowalskl is a Domocrat and a leading
member 'of tho Iroquois club.
Frank Johnston, Jr., able Judge ol
the Circuit court, would make a
great govornor ot Illinois.