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ESIISHED OCTOBER S, 1889
"orporaud Uhkr lh Lw. of IlllnoL.
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SATURDAY, MAY 22, 1920.
IQOE FOR COUNTY JUDGE.
The Democrats lmvu decided to nom
innte Michael L. Igoc (or county
A better selection could not bo
As Democratic leader in the legis
lature he hau shown himself to bo
cool and able and lit to bo trusted
with any great responsibility.
He Is honest and deservedly popu
lar. CHARLES H. WACKER.
Tho opening of tho boulevard link
adds to Indebtedness of our fellow citi
zens to Charles II. Wncker.
Ten years of the Chicago Plan Com
mission under his ublo leadership
have changed tho face of Chicago for
Judiciary, Carr; finance, Littler; en
gineering, Clark; electrical develop
ment, Nnnce; federal relations, Clark;
north shoro channel, Paullln; real es
tato development, Carr; rules, Paul
lln; stato nml municipal rotations,
Clark; labor, Lawloy; stono nnd spoil
banks, Sergei; health and public or
der, Nance; Calumet Sag channel,
Mueller; Illinois valley, Carr; employ
Jortusldors nro proud of tho Cam
el I'alaco Garden. Its beauty Is well
worth soelng and Its talented enter
talncrs got rounds of well desorved
Alderman Walter P. Steffen of the
Twenty-third ward, is makln a good
record In the City Council. He la one
of the coming saea of Chicago and the
people are plaased with him.
Tho way to boost Chicago is to
spend your money in Chicago with
men who spend their money for Chi
Clarence S. Pissott stands high at
the Bar and Is rospoctod by the peo
ple. He will be a Judge some day and
in the near future at that.
Colonel August W. Miller Is often
mentioned for state treasurer.
Jaraoa Agar of tho well known John
Agar Packing Company would make
a splendid stato treasurer of Illinois
He In a business man of high char
acter and a political leader of force
The leading znemners oi every
elety and club in Chicago read The
John Power nas always served thi
people well as alderman from the
Adam Ortselfen, one of tho best ot
Chicago's City Treasurers, would
make a good Stato Treasurer.
William H. Wosbey is making a
good record as city collector The
thousands of peoplo who do buslnoss
with his office all praise tho up-to-da
methods intfoduced by him and wh.fh
add to the popularity of Maj-or
William II. Wesbey, tho city collec
tor, Js one of the most popular of
Mayor Thompson's ca'.inot Ho gives
satisfaction to the public and is the
right man in th'- right placo.
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Popular Former City Treasurer Who Would Make a Strong Democratic
Candidate for Governor.
C. A. Blckott, the well known and
highly respected presldont of tho
Blckett Coal and Coko Company, al
though still a young man, has led a
Tory active life and has been a po
tent flguro In the buslnoss world for
many years. Whether as president
of the Chicago Bearing Metal Com
pany, tho Blckott Coal and Coke
Company, or as a director of tho Fort
Dearborn National Bank, he has won
the high regard of tho buslnoss public.
Tho North Sldo Turner Hall Res
taurant, located at 820 North Clark
street, Is first-class in overy rospoct.
Tho flnost meals arc being served
thoro day and night by tho best cook
in Cook county, Mrs. Appcl, and It Is
patronized by the best pcoplo In Chi
Tho full commlttco list of tho demo
crats by wards Is;
1 Mlchaol Konnn.
2 Wm. J. Graham.
3 Thomas D. Nash.
4 John P. Bolton.
5 Patrick J. Carr.
C John P. Gibbons.
7 James M. Whnlen.
8 John H. Mack.
9 John J. Leonard.
10 Joseph A. Mondcl.
11 A. J. Snbnth.
12 Anton J. Cermak.
13 Martin J. O'Brien.
14 P. A. Nash.
13 Thomas P. Kcanc.
1C Stanloy H. Kunz.
17 Joseph Rushkowlcz.
18 John J. Touhy.
19 Anthony D'Andron.
20 Dennis J. Egan.
21 John P. O'Mnllcy.
22 R. L. Schapp.
23 Joseph L. Gill.
21 Frank P. Roedcr.
2R Harry It. Gibbons,
2C Henry A. Zender.
27 Noll Murley.
28 Clayton P. Smith.
2'J Emmett Whcnlnn.
30 Jos. M. Fitzgerald.
31 M. K. Sheridan.
32 Andrew J. Layden.
33 Timothy J. Crowo.
34 Jos. O. Kostnor.
35 Wm. P. Feeney.
Able and Popular Circuit Judge Who
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THE CITY COUNCIL
Wnnl. i:irclrtl ltd). llnlilovcr.
1 .1. J. CouKhlln, D.M, Kenna, D.
2 H. H. Jnckson, It.U 13. Anderson, n.
3 U. 8. Schwartz, U.J. It. I'nssmoro, H.
4 J. A. lllchort, D.T. A. Hoan, b..
r H. J. JIulcaliy, D. J.H.McDonouch.D.
fi C. 13. Knton. R.. A.A.M'Cormlck.It.
7 a. ouoriiBoy, 11.. w. . Fotzor, It.
8 M. H. Kurmnn. D.ll.A.Woodhull, 15.
0 H. XV. Oovlor, D..O. Mnddorom, II.
10 J. McNIchols, r. Krnnlt Klaun. D.
11 U llutkowMkl, D.Vuc. to bo nllcd.
12 J. Cepnk, D A. J. Cormak, D.
13 .1. a. Home, I).. 8. O. Shaffer, ft.
H J. II. Smith, D..O. M. Maypole, D.
1G O. II. Olson, II... Kd. J. Knlndl, D.
IB .T.A.IMotrowskl.D.H. II. Kunz, D.
18 M.F.Kavnnngh.D.Jolin .1. Tuohy, U.
19 J. II. Bowlor, O...Iohn Powers. D.
20 M. Franz, D llonry L. Kick, D.
21 C. J. Anow, n..I)orsoy Crowo, D.
221... C. Klein. D. ..Math.itlhticlor, It.
23 XV. V. Stoffcn, R.T. O. Wallnco. IX.
24 J. Underlain. D.. Jim. Dornoy, 11.
2tJ V. J. Unit, It.... II. D. Cnnltaln, It.
2fi T. 11. Caspors, D.Win. V. I.lpps, It.
27 C. Jenison, D 13. II. ArmltnRO, n.
28 M.AilumowBkl, D.C. I'. Hmlth, D.
20 T. V. llyrnc. D...I. F. Kovarlk, D.
30 XV. It. CVToolc, D.Jns. V. Burns, It.
31 T. V. Moran. D. .Scott M. Hokiui. It.
32 .1. II. I,ylo. It.... A. J. FlBhor, It.
33 A.O.AndorBon, R.J. 1'. Clixrnor, It.
34 J. Toman, D Joa.O.Kontnor, D.
30 T. J. Lynch, D... John S. Clark, D.
COUNTY DELEGATES TO
Cook county delegates to tho nation
al conventions nro as follows:
1 James M. Dalley, Michael Kenna.
2 W. L. O'Connell, Jns. J. Sullivan.
3 Frank J. Walsh, R. W. McKinlay.
4 J. B. McDonough, Chns. J. Mlchal.
u Donnls J. Egan, A. J. Sabath.
C James T. Igoe, S. J. Rosenblatt.
7 W. K. Champlln, John M. No
wlckl. 8 John Powers, Wm. J. Gaynor.
9 John McGlllen, Jos. P. Mnhoney.
10 Geo. E. Bronnan, Poter Rein
1 Geo. P. Harding, Oscar Do Priest.
2 Charles Ringer, Edwin S. Davis.
3 Elliot V. Sproul, Anton T. Zo
man. 4 Frank Doblor, Hector A. Broull
let. 5 Thomas Currnn, John T. Nobock.
(Wtobort 12. Crowo, Georgo B. Arn
old. 7 John P. Garner, Albert II. Sever
Inghnus. 8 Christopher Mamor, Magnus C.
9 Wm. Wrlgley, Jr., Michael J. Fa
horty. 10 Frank J. Loosch, Edgar J. Cook.
Would Make A Good States Attorney.
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(.oinlnutu (lie trnilo, this wns not to bo considered, since there was no nctuiu
ovldvnco thnt It did so. Klnnlly nnd thU wns tho striking fenturo of tho de
cision It wns held that to order the dissolution of the corporntlon would In
volvo the risk of great disturbance to tho tlnmiclnl and economic structure,
nnd thus would tuutinco tho public Interest, which was of paramount Importance.
Barnett and His "Devil Dogs"
MaJ. Gen. Georgo Harnett, com
mnndant of tho United States Marine
Corps, Is traveling about tho country
on business connected with his corps.
In consequence- there aro numerous
Joyous reunions of these famous light
ers. When General Burnett gets off
n train tho nmrlues nro there to meet
him. They nro glad to seo hlra. And
he is glad to seo them. And nobody
Is obliged to conceal his feelings. I's
a way they have In tho marines.
General Barnett wns born In
Wisconsin In 18Tio and wns graduated
from the United States Naval academy
In 1SS1. Two years later ho wns com
missioned n second lieutenant In tho
marines nnd ho has been with them
There Is n popular notion thnt tho
marines nro "sailors and soldiers too."
Well, they travel with tho navy rather
than with tho army. But they don't
llOll) Sllll fill! HMn TIiiiv nm lnl 1
as Infantry and artillery soldiers. And tho marine corps Is nn Independent
branch of the military service.
Tho marine corps Is tho oldest branch of the' military servlco and dntcs
back to 1775. It Is universally ndmlttcd to bo tho'most famous body of fight
ing men In the world.
Duke of the Abruzzi: Patriot
j' lf IWW) Him,,
experts who havo accompanied him,
whero It will be demonstrated what
and coffee can bo obtained through
and tho uso of modern agricultural
Josephus Daniels: Journalist
Tho autobiography of Josephus
Daniels In the congressional directory
says ho Is n "Journalist by profession ;
formerly editor of tho Raleigh (N. C.)
News nnd Observer." Tho secretary
of tho navy addressed the New Vork
Press club veeently and said, among
"To be sure, n paper must bo a
'map of busy life,' but nro wo as dili
gent to search out tho meat In stories
nil around us of unselfish deeds as of
thu sordid performances? I tell you
thoro was never n time when so ninny
noble deeds Illumined thu lives of
American men and women ns In our
"And yet wo nowspuper men pass
through thoo mines strewn with rich
nuggets of pure gold and pick up nnd
polish and place In .our show windows
tho glittering Imitations which wo In
i.'xciihablj pass off ns tho best the mlno
affords. Moreover, tliero Is moro hu
man Intel est In tho stories of saving
doings of tho miners and suppers of
Ex-Service Men in Politics
htut" 1 i inuUo piovlhluii by
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The announcement of the appoint
ment of Patrick 'R. Milliard as a spe
cial assistant to United States At
torney General Palmer, to bu perma
nently stationed In Chicago for the
Investigation and prosecution Of viola
tions of thu .Sherman anti-trust law,
has started the lawyers discussing
anew thu decision of the United States
Supremo court In the steel case. In
thin decision the court held Hint the
United States Steel corporation Is not
a trust In the meaning of tho Sher
man anti-trust law. Tho opinion was
lead by Justice McKcnnu (portrait
heiewlth). A dissenting opinion was
read by Justice Day.
The majority opinion held, In ef
fect, Hint tho s'teel corporation hnd
committed no overt nets violative of
the Sherman Inw since- the goxern
inent's suit was filed ; that though by
Its size and Its control of equipment
t. ..,.H.nHntlnii tfiiii In n rtnattlntl tO
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Arctic exploration nnd shooting tho
snvago polar bear, havo no allurement
nt present for tho duko of tho Abruz
zi, who is now engaged in tho equally
scientific if less hazardous task of In
vestigating tho commercial and ngrl
cultural possibilities of tho Benadlr
Colony, East Africa, with n view to
making it a source of lncomo for Italy,
nnd even eventually of rendering that
country Independent of other nations
for her supplies of cotton nnd ccrcnls.
Tho duke, In nddltlon, Intends to
explore tho sources of tho Ucbl Scebcl
river, which, rising In tho high plateau
of Hannr, toward Abyqslnln, passes
through tho Italian colonies to tho sen,
and, it is believed, can easily be ren
dered nnvlgnblo for small boats, be
sides being Invaluable as j source of
Irrigation for tho extensive agricul
tural enterprises which tho duke
hopes to Inltlato In Bcnndlr.
Thu duko of tho Abruzzi, with tho
Is setting up two big experimental farms,
Immense harvests of cotton, dourn, sugar
Irrigation, a system of Intensive culture
nnd helping nud encouraging than In tho
t In Colorado tho returned soldiers
hnvo gone Into politics with n plat
form of their own. They havo organ
ized tho Ex-Servico Men's Political
leaguo nnd announced Its support of
Lieut. Col. Itlco W. Means for tho
United States senate.
Tho leaguo declares that "Voca
tional training for wounded nnd dis
abled servlco men and women should
bo broadly vislnned, generously ad
ministered and stripped of red tape."
It urges u "so-called bonus, based up
on length of servlco" for ex-servlco
men, and Invokes Roosevelt's dociiino
of tho "Miunro deal" on behalf of tho
public, labor and capital iillko.
And It demands "Americanization"
with tho requirement that all ex
service men who am Illiterate should
lie ablu to read and write the English
language and understand American
institutions nnd with tho further re
quirement that tho government and
hlch these men may obtain this recom-
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