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ES ISHED OCTOBER 5, 18s
aormntii Uk4r III Laws of tlllnoli.
rn44 y &IIMRY F. DOHOYAH,
The Chlcaoo Eaole. a newspaper
for alt classes of readers, Is devoted
to National, State and Local Pol.
Iticsi to the publication of Mu
nicipal, State, County and San
itary District news) to comment
on people In public life! to clean
baseball and sports, and to the
publication of Oeneral Information
of Public Interest. Financial, Com
mercial and Political.
SATURDAY, MAY 8, 1920.
THE CITY COUNCIL
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OTTO KERNER, Vy.1 1
Popular Lawyer' and Master-ln-Chancery, who would make a good Judge.
Tho Camel Palace Garden which Is
located only a few blocks from the
Loop nt Clurk and Ontario Streets, Is
praised by all who liavo visited It.
Charles Molltor, a recognized leader
in the machinery trade, la on of Chi
cago's leading and most reliable busi
ness men. His name la honor4
wherever ke la known.
William H. Wosbey, tho city collec
tor, Is ono of tho most popular ot
Mayor Thompson's cabinet. Ho gives
satisfaction to the public and is tho
right man In tho right place.
John W. Eckhart, the well know!
miller, is respected as a democrats
leader as well as a recognised tower
In commercial life.
The standing committees for tho
years 1920 nnd 1921 aro as follows,
with tho first name glVou In each caso
ns tho chairman:
Finance Itlchort, Schwartz, McCor
mlck, Fetter, Woodhull.Cermuk, May
pole, Crowe, Wallace, Capltaln, Llpps,
C. F. Smith, Moran, Fisher, A. O. An
derson, Kostnor, Clark.
Local Transportation Schwartz, L.
D. Anderson, McDonough, Guernsey,
McNlchols, Shaffer, J. H. Smith, Ilsen,
Walkowlak, Bowlor, Franz, Wallaco,
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Toman, Lynch. c
Hovenuo, Compensation nnd Elec
tions Cermnk, Kenna, L. 11. Andor
son, T. A. llogan, McDonough, Eaton,
Klaus, Home, J. If. Smith, Olscn,
Bowler, Crowe, Link, Llpps, Jensen,
C. F. Smith, Kovarik, S. M. Hogan,
Hallway Terminals Llpps, Mulca
hy, Eaton, Guernsey, McNlchols, Cor
jnak, Home, Maypolo, Kunz, Walko
wlak, Tuohy, Bowler, Wallace, Dor
ney, Capltaln, Kovarik, A. O. Andor
son. Gas, Oil and Electric Light Lynch,
T. A. Hogan, Fetzor, Furman, Mc
Nlchols. Copnk, Homo, Knlndl, Wal
kowlak, Dowler, Agnow, Hnderleln,
Link, Armltage, Adnmowskl, O'Toolo,
Local Industries Fisher, T. A. Ho
gan, McDonough, Mnddorom, Klaus,
Home, J. II. Smftli, Oisen, Adam
klowlcz, Kavanagh, Powers, IHbbel
or, Steffen, Hadorloln, Caspers, Bymo,
O'Toolo, Kostnor, Clark.
Judiciary Olson, L. I). Anderson,
Passmoro, Schwartz, Eaton, Fotzor,
Guernsey, Walkowlak, Stoffen, S. M.
Hogan, Lyle, Kostner, Lynch.
Streets and Alloys Toman, Cough-
lln, L. D. Andorson, Mulcnhy, Govlor,
Rutkowskl, Copak, Adamkiowicz, Tuo
hy, Fick, Agnow, Klein, Dornoy, Jen
sen, Tldamowskl, Kovarik, Moran.
nuildlngs and City Hall Kostner,
Jackson, Passmoro, T. A. Hogan, Mul
cnhy, Maadderom, Klaus, Ccpak, Shaf
fer Knlndl, Piotrowskl, Kavanagh,
Powers, Fick, Hlbboler, Adamowski,
S. M. Hogan.
(Harbors, Wharves and Bridges
Woodhull, Kenna, Mndderom, nut
kowskl, Shaffer, Piotrowskl, Powers,
Agnow, Hihblor, Hnderleln, Caspers,
ensen,J Moran, Lylo, Gnrnor.
License J. II. Smith, Coughlln,
IUchert, Furman, Govler, Horan,
Kalndl, Kunz, Adamkiowicz, Franz,
Klein, Wallace, C. I Smith, O'Toolo,
Schools, Tiro nnd Civil Sorvlco
Clark, Coughlln, Jnckbon, Maddorom,
Horan, Kalndl, Piotrowskl, Kava
nagh, Fick, Klein, Link, Armltago,
Public Health Fotzor, Konna, Jack
son, McCormlck, Furmnn, nutkowskl,
Horan, Caspers, Armltago, nurns, A.
O. Anderson, Kunz, Kavanngh, Pow
Track Elevation Maypole, Cougn
lln, Passraore, Mulcahy, Govlor, Mc
Nlchols, Cermak, Tuohy, Fick, Crowo,
Klein, JonRen, Moran.
rollce and Municipal Courts Stef
fen, Passmoro, McDonough, Eaton,
Guernsey, Furmnn, Klaus, nutkowskl,
Copak, Maypole, Kunz, Franz, Agnow,
Dornoy, C. F."Smlth, Dyrno, A. O. An
derson. Efficiency, Economy and Rehabilita
tion McCormlck. Itlchort, Woodhull,
Shaffer, Stoffen, Link, Caspers, Burns,
Fisher, Garner, Clark.
Parks, Playgrounds nnd Beaches
Govler, Kenna, Jackson, Piotrowskl,
Hlbbelor, Hadorloln, Kovarik, Burns,
Gas Litigation Capltaln, Schwartz,
Itlchort, McCormlck, Woodhull, Crowo,
Living Costs Adamowski, Horan,
Adamkiowicz, Tuohy, Dorney, Armlt
ago, Byrne, S. M. Hogan, Lyle.
Aviation Link, Guernsey, Maypole,
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Head of the Big Fred Molt Co.
Robert M. Sweltzor 1b ono of tho
fow officials In public llto without a
blemish on his official record.
Domlnick Morublo Is n loader in
tho teaming and transfer business ot
Chicago, Ho has built up his big
bustnoss by strict nttontlon to tho
needs and wIhucb of his many pat-rons.
Frank Johnston, Jr., able Judge ot
the Circuit court, would make a
great governor ot Illinois.
Otto Rice, tne popular secretary and
manager ot the Quick Service Law
dry Company, would make a splendid
West Park commissioner. He Is pub
lic spirited and popular, and has the
good wishes of his fellow cltliens.
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Psychic messages from n )lrlt
that lins never been on enrth, received
by Mr.. Franklin K. Lnno (portrait
herewith), wife of tho former becro
tnry of tho Interior, und Mrs. Harriet
Blnlno Ilcnlo, ilaughter of Jntnci G.
Blnlnt', aro recorded In a book they
havo published under tho title, "To
AVnllc With God."
Even to tho tltlo tho book Is a
record of tho first experience of Mrs,
Lnno and Mrs. Ilcnlo In automatic
writing during tho summer of 1010,
when both were engrossed In war re
lief work nnd Mrs. Lnno wns directing
tho convalescent homo established
through her efforts ns nn adjunct to
Wnltcr Heed hospital.
With dignity nnd reverent sincer
ity the nuthorc huvo related tho re
sults ot their experience, which nflcr
weeks of constant effort resulted In a
series of "lessons."
"Wo realize." wrlto Mrs. Lnno und
Mrs. Bealo In tho preface to their book, "that It will bo sold there Is noth
ing new In the tombing, nnd wo ndmlt thnt there Is repetition to what seems
nn unnecessary degree, but we plcdgo our word that wo hnvo put nothing of
our ouii Into the text. Wo hnvo considered It nn Itupcrntlvo duty to add
this small link to the chain of testimony which Is binding our world each day
more closely to tho nev."
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Canada's Industrial Congress
Mayor M. A. Brown of Mcdlclno
Hnt, a hustling young Albertnn, Is pres
ident of tho Canadian Industrial con
gress which will be held Juno 2-10 in
Alberta and British Columbia, tho
cities to be visited being Mcdlclno lint,
L'cthbrldge, Cntgnry and Edmonton In
Alberta and Vancouver anil Victoria,
tho "Twin Cities ot tho Pacific" In
British Columbia. Mayor Brown, who
Is only thirty-six, was tho oilglnntor
of the Albcrtn Industrial congress, held
last year, and It was such n success
that this organization, n slmllnr ono
In British Columbia, and the Canadian
Manufacturers association decided to
Join In n greater congress this year.
Tho object ot the congress Is to
show business men ot tho United
States, eastern Canada and Great Brit
nln tho st nnturul resources of west
ern Cnnnda In mlneniN, farm lands
nnd tho rnw materials for varied ninn
ufncturlng enterprises, and to culti
vate closer business relations between tho United States and Cnnada.
"Wo hnvo sent 2.000,1)00 of our young men to you during years past ond
they hnve helped to develop tho United States. Now wo ask you to help us
develop our great coal, natural gas, lumber nnd other resources and bring
under cultivation the 20,000.000 acres ot vacant farm lnnds."
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Cnpt. lloald Amundsen, who Is
world famous ns tho discoverer of tho
South polo Is In tho limelight ngnln.
Washington scientists hegnn Indulging
In a wldo' rongo ot speculation over
tho announcement that Amundsen,
who has been In tho arctic for 10
months, has arrived nt Anadyr, which
Is supposed to bo In eastern Slberln
on tho Anndyr river.' Tho wireless was
received nt Nomo and gavo no dctulN.
Ono speculation wns that It Is pos
sible Amundsen has attained thq North
'polo with tho nld of airplanes, with
which Ills nhlp, tho Maude, was
equipped. Ho has doubtless had op
portunity to accomplish tho drifting
process, which ho was confident would
tuko him from Burrow Island to with
in striking dlstunco of the pole, over
laud. On March 20 last, word reached
Chrlstlauln that Captain Amundsen,
accompanied by two of his men, hud
left his ship for a dash to tho pole.
Coptnln Amundsen beeamo an expert llyer beforo leaving Norwny, and
his original plan for arriving at tho polo wns to drift to n point between
Spltzenbergen nnd Greenland, nnd about 100 miles from tho polo to tnko to
nlrplano for tho final dnsh.
Maryland's Electrical Fame j
William Leltoy Emmet was doubt
less a proud man tho other day when
tho miperdrendnought Mnryland was
launched at Newport News. For Undo
Sntn's newest bnttleshlp Is supposed
to bo Just nbout tho most formidable
fighting machine nlloat and Mr. Emmet
designed tho wonderful electrical ma
chinery which Is a lurgo feature of
her construction and equipment.
Ho Is nn electrical engineer with
ono of tho big electrical companies
and has had naval training, lln wns
graduated from tho United Slntes Na
val academy In 1SS1. Ho served two
years In tho navy nnd re-entered tho
Hcrvlco during tho .Spanish-American
war. In 1015 ho wns u member of tho
naval consulting board, Ho has dono
some very valuable work In steam tur
blno Inventions und Improvements.
Ho Is nn author and n writer for tho
technical press on electrical and mo
Pretty much everything on tho Maryland Is dono by electricity, even
dlhhwnbhlng. .Shu Is nn electrical marvel, as well as first-class fighting
Alabama's New U. S. Senator
I I Mill J
C. B. WILLEY,
President of the Big Veneer House of C. L. Wllley & Co.
tlve Chlcagoan Who Is Popular with Everyb
Mayor Thompson was the father ot
municipal playgrounds. Ho intro
duced and secured tho passage of the
first ordinance creating one while be
was an alderman.
The Mechanics ft Traders' State
Bank Is making a splendid record and
is gaining now customers and deposi
tors every day. It has an ideal lo
cation In the heart of the great west
side at the corner of Washington and
Charles E. Davis, president of Roth
schild & Co., tho great Stato street
store, is ono of tho ltvo wires of Chi
cago. Ho is foremost In every move
mont for tho betterment of tho city
nnd for tho ndvancomont of Its inter
ests. Ills lifo work has been a con
tinuous boost for Chicago.
Automoblllsts who flash their
"bright lights" in tho eyos of pedes
trians and other autolsts cause most ot
tho auto accidents.
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RICHARD J. REYNOLDS,
Popular Board of Trade Man and Former City Purchasing Agent.
P. O. Jacobson, ot tho woll known
Rollanco Dlo and Stamping Company,
Is ono of Chicago's most successful
business men and public-spirited citizens.
Adam Ortsolfen, ono of the best ol
Chicago's City Treasurers, would
mako a good State Treasurer.
Oscar F. Mayer, as a business man
and a citizen, does credit to Ohlcago.
He stands for progress and is one of
the men who have helped make the
Chicago needs a now postofflco
building and noods it badly right
Tho now building should bo located
in tho contor of tho great West Sldo
where car lines aro direct routes to
north and south, oast and west dis
tricts ot tho city.
Going into hysterics about boosting
Chicago at tho oxponso ot Chicago
peoplo In nowspapors in other cities
Is raw stuff. A million dollars a year
for this kind ot boosting would help
CAPTAIN PHILIP J. 8IBLEY,
Owner of Chicago's Famous Fountain Pen Shop.
Braxton Bragg Comer Is tho new
United States senator from Alabama,
appointed by Gov. Thomas F. Kllby to
1111 out tho term of tho Into John II.
Bonkbend, who for so long served his
stnto In congress. Tho South believes
In keeping a good man In congress on
tho prlnclplo that his Inlluonco In
creases with his service. Senator
Bankhend served ten terms in tho
house before ho went to tho fcenato
In 1007. Ho wns appointed to fill tho
vacancy caused by tho death of Sen
ator John T. Morgan for tho term ex
piring In 10ia. Tho present appointee's
term expires March 8, 1025.
Senator Comer is a "nntlvo son"
nnd wns born In Harbour county In
1818, Ho Is a collego man. In 1007
ho wns elected governor of Alabama.
Tho now faenntor Is n man of exten
sive uffnlm Ho Is n largo former In
his own stnto and owns orango groves
nnd pineapple plantations In tho
South. He also litis milling nnd mercantilo interests. From 1005 to 1007 ho
wus president of tho Alabama railroad commission.
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8. I. SHANE,
Popular President of the Western W recking & Lumber Co., Who Would
Make a Good Governor of Illinois.