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SATURDAY, MAY 29, 1920.
THE FOREIGN WOMEN'S VOTE.
Tho Women's Clubs held a Joint
incutlng on Monday and organized u
campaign to register every foreign
woman voter In CIiLcuk".
Miss Jnne Addams, wlio culled tho
original meeting last week, when forty
women's organizations wero repre
sented, explained Monday's gathering:
"There has been enough stirring up
of political societies and prominent
organizations Interested' in civic life.
Stirring up more enthusiasm among
these woman leaders is not going to
solve the problem of getting Chicago's
000,000 eligible woman voters to tho
polls. The greatest number of Chicago
women ever registered wero 308,920 in
tho 1919 mayoralty election. Wo want
tho other 300,000 to show up nt the
At Monday's meeting were rcpre
Fentatlves of Bohemian, Polish, Italian
and Lithuanian organizations, holding
memberships reaching Into tho hun
Charles Krutckoft Is one of tha
most popular members of the Board
of Assessors. Ho nlways look after
the people 'e Interests.
Dixon C. Williams, tho well known
manufacturer, desnrvos woll at th
hands of tho Democratic party. He 'i
n rorn leader.
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Popular Clerk of
the Circuit Court
Dixon C. Williams has high honors
awaiting htm at tho hands of the
John U. Smyth, tho well known In
surance man, with offices at 716 Wost
Madison street, Is ono of tho rising
young men of Chicago. Ho Is popular,
nblo and energetic and is a booster
for everything that mnkos for tho bet
terment of this, his natlvo city.
Automoblllsts who flash their
"bright lights" In tho eyes of pedes
trians and other nutolsts caimo most of
tho auto accidents.
The way to boost Chicago is to In
vest in Chicago real estate securities.
You can't boost tho city by giving
your money to men to spend out of
'J. W. Doer, tho popular prosldent
of tho American Sower and Drainage
Construction Co., at 2816 N. Wash
tenaw avenue, is ono of tho progroa
slvo men of Chicago. Always Inter
ested In the city's welfare ho Is a
ooostor of Its Interests and is always
at tho foro front of every movement
tor bettering tho condition of his fel
D. Lundo deserves credit for tho
splendid quality of meats with which
ho supplies tho pcoplo.
S. P. Mosslngor has dono much for
Chicago In furnishing tho peoplo with
a flno lot of first-class restaurants.
John T. Murray, tna well known and
popular lawyer, would make a nood
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CHARLES J. AQNEW.
Popular 21st Ward Alderman Who Will be Bnnquetted by His Friends
Mayor Thompson was tho fathor ol
municipal playgrounds. Ho Intro
duced and socured tho passago of the
first ordinance creating ono while he
was nn alderman.
Emmott Whealan is making a splen
did record as a member of tho County
Board of Commissioners. Ho Is a
veteran Chicago prlntor who stands
high with everybody In tho trado and
as a public oMcIal Is winning friends
Dixon C. Williams, one of tho finest
orators In tho Democratic party Is
trowing In popularity. He wculd
raako an ideal member of congress It
he would consont to run for the office.
Thore aro too many barnacles In
tho city hall.
Owen O'Malloy, popular formor
county commissioner and leading cigar
dealer at 137 North Clark street, Ib
making n good record as commissioner
of tho Forest Preserve.
Calrln F. Craig, the ablo prcsldom
of the Mechanics & Tradors State
Bank, dosorvos great credit for the
well dosorved popularity of that big
West Sldo institution
Judce William E. Dover Is maklnc
a splendid record on the Appellate
Androw J. Iiynn Is ono of tho ablest
and most highly respected lawyers
Louis J. Behan, tho woll known
lawyer and popular master in chanc
ery, Is frequently montlonod for a
plnco on tho Superior Bonch. Every
ono who knew a him bollovcs thai ho
would inako a flno Judgo.
E. A. Wnngorsholm, Prosldont of
tho General Lighting FIxturo Co.,
with ofllccs nt 28 West Lnko streot, Is
ono of tho most popular business mon
In Chicago. Ho Is n booster and Is
always Intotostod In ovory move
ment to bottur tho city.
Secrotnry of State Louis L. Emmer
son Is making a fine record and many
friends by the ablo and efficient man
ner In which bo conducts his rreat
William T. Sullivan of tho woll
known real estnto firm of William T.
Sullivan & Co., 10 South La Sallo
street, largo dmilers In Fox Lnko roal
r state, roports a brisk demand for lotB
in their subdivision at that famous
health resort. Tho high cost of liv
ing and high ronts in tho city Is mak
ing inestors in Fox Lako real estato
John M. Berry, ono of tho best
known und highly respected citlzona
of the North Sldo, Is frequently
talked of for public office. He's u
Rr publican in politics but while tak
ing great Interest in tho bucccbs of
his party could noer bo induced to
accept nominations that ho could
easily obtain Mr. Borry is ono of tho
largest real estato ownors of the
North Side. Ono of his holdings Is
the big Berry Building at tho south
east corner of Ohio and Orleans!
Domlnlfk Marubio, tho well known
North Side teaming contractor, i
talked of for County Commissioner
His proven honesty and executive
ability would mako him a valuable
member of the County Board
Fred W. Upham Is always on hand
when Chicago wanU him, whether It
is to bring a national convention to
the city, or to win anything- big for
the town, Upham li always the leader
la the movement.
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Herrera: New Head of Guatemala
Carlos Herrcrn Is the provisional
president of Guntemala, following
tho revolution which overturned Mnn
uel Kstradn Cabrera, for 22 years Its
despot. lie Is quite well known In the
United Stntes nnd spenks English flu
ently. Ills son Is n graduate, of Cor
nell university. Those familiar with
Guatemalan affairs sny ho Is most
frlendllly inclined townrd Americans.
He Is about sixty years of nge nnd
Is the owner of extensive nnd lucra
tive sugar nnd coffee plantations.
It Is stated thnt Herrcrn Is not,
nor has ho ever been, n politician. He
Is nn Influential business man, much
honored by his countrymen. Ho did
not seek the presidency of Guatemala,
but hearkened to tho unanimous voice
of his people.
Surrounding him nro snld to bo
the best men In Guatemala. His ex
tensive business experience will be In
valuable for his reputation for honesty
und ability Is recognized. II t Is not n militarist, but rather a man whose life
has been spent la the administration of largo enterprises.
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To Save U. S. Mothers and Babies
A quarter of a million American
bnbles died lost ear of precntnblu
diseases most of them before they
wero n year old, and in the same
j ear twenty-three thousand women
sacrificed their lives because skilled
care and medical advice were not
available when they weie to become
mother. What makes this record
even more allocking Is the fact that
among fifteen Important countries
fourteen show u more favorable ma
ternal deatli-rate than our own enlight
ened and highly civilized United
States, and seven of these countries
Miow o more favorable Infant mortal
These nlnrnilng statistics are of
ficial and are given out by the chil
dren's bureau nt Washington, which
has been Investigating health condi
tions la a number of states through u
careful hnusc-to-houc cnnvaH of
mothers. Such forts as these have led
to the li'troduellim of a maternity bill In congress by Senator Morris Sheppnrd
of Texas (portrait herewith) and ltepresentatlvo Horace M. Towner of Iowa
for "the public protection of maternity and Infancy," whereby tho grent ma
jority of "needless deaths of a mother every thirty minutes and live hundred
babies a day" will by proper euro be prevented.
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Nestor of Our Representatives
Itepresentatlve Joseph O. Cannon
of Illinois, who was speaker of the
'- HHbbV hoiihc for eight jenr.s, and has been
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'i WWmSn forty-four years, celebrated his eighty-
luuriu iiiriiitiay anniversary recently.
The hoiifco gave Sir. Cannon it re
ception when ho stepped Into the
chamber wearing n red carnation nnd
tho smile of perennial youth.
Floor Leader Mondell expressed
the hope that he would long retain
tho "mental alertness, physical vigor
and kindly philosophy with which ho
this day Is so richly endowed."
"Uncle Joe" was guest of honor
at a luncheon when the (.even oldest
men in congress were guestii of Sen
ator I'agu of Vermont. Those present
were: Joseph (3. Cannon, born May
7, 1830, age 81; Gen. Ihimc U. Sher
wood of Ohio, born August 13, 1885,
ago 81; Heprehentutlvo Charles M.
Stcdmtiu of North Carolina, born Jan
uary 2!), 1811, ago 70; ltepresentatlvo William S. Greene of Massachusetts,
born April 2S. 1811, nge 71); Senator Carroll S. Page of Vermont, born January
10, 1843, age 77; Senator William P. Dillingham of Vermont, born December
12, 1813. ago 7(1, nnd Senator Knute Nelson of Minnesota, born February '-.',
1813, ago 77.
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Captain Turner of Shamrock IV.
Here's a new portialt of Capt.
Albert P.. Turner, skipper of Shamrock
IV. Along In July ho'll eclipse even
Sir Thomas Upton In popular Inter
est, for It's then International yacht
races for the America's cup will bo
won and lost Hven now he's tho
target of thousands of eyes of expert
Aiilerlean yachtsmen, as Shamrock IV
tries her wings on tho Sound.
Sir Thomas "thy imnui Is per
sistency I" This Is tho fifth time tho
Irish bnronet 1ms challenged for tho
America's cup. He's failed three times
to lift It In ISM), 1001 and 1003. Ho
challenged a fourth Hum In 1013 and
the great war prevented tho races set
for the hUiiiiner of 1011.
Ileport 1ms it that Captain Turner
has an odd suit of craft to sail. K
perls Miy she Is u ery homely ami
freakish looking boat with a fenub
bow, a hqunte cutmlT Mum (with com
paratively little ova-hung), a ery
long keel mill a flat floor to hail on.
Shu app.iieutly will eairj a very largo sail spread, as her composite mast
Is nt least town or eight feet longer than tho Vunltle's steel sp.ir.
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Eliot Criticizes West Point
Dr. C'hnrles W. Hllot, preMdent
emeritus of Harvard, doesn't entirely
approve, to say the least, of the teach
ing at thu United States military acad
emy, llu says so In a letter to Brig.
Gen. John W. Huckman, commander
of tho North Atlantic coast artillery
district. Ho says among other things:
"West Point, so far as its teach
ers are concerned, breeds in nnd In,
a very bad practice for any educa
"Thu graduates of West Point,
during the world war, both In tho field
and In business offices, did not escape
with few exceptions from the ineth
ods which they had been tnught and
drilled In during peace.
"Tho methods of fighting were In
tho main new, and tho methods of sup
ply and accounting ought to have been
"Tho red tape methods prescribed
to tho American regular army in peace
times ami the acquired habit among American regular army officers of 'pass
ing thu buck' were mischievous all through the uctuul lighting,"
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