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ISAAC N. POWELL.
Popular Republican leader, sterling citizen and well known banker.
C. B. Wllloy, prosldont of tho big
C. L. Wllley Company, Is ono of the
solid men of Chicago. Ho Is patriotic,
progressiva and public spirited.
Chicago pcoplo aro doing pretty wetl
In tho way of boosting tho town nt
homo. Patronize h.,mo Industries.
, Thnt 13 "boost" enough.
Josoph R Haas is making a splen
did rocord as rocordor of dcods. His
ofllce Is conducted along linos that
gtvo great satisfaction to the public.
Goorgo L. Schein Is ono of tho ablost
and most highly respoctod mombers
of tho Chicago bar. Ills many friends
would llko to boo him on tho bonch.
Carl Appol, tho owner of tho justly
famous North Sldo Turnor Hall, and
restaurant, is a wldo awake citizen,
of whom Chicago ts proud.
James M. Whalon is making a splen
did record as county civil sorvice
commissioner. Ho dosorves well at
tho hands of tho poople, as he has
always been faithful to every public
(rust lmposod on him.
Paul H. Wiodol, tho ablo and cour
toous chlof clork of tho board of as
sosors, is ono of tho most capablo
and highly respected public officials in
Cook county. Ho is a llvo wire in the
cause of good public service
The City Council wants to find out
the high cost of living. Profiteers may
find out also before tho Aldormon get
through with thorn.
John U. Smyth, the woll known real
ostato and Insuranco man, is always
u tjostor for tho west sldo.
Corporation Counsol Ettelson and
Judges Darasa, Crowo and Barrett,
and 12. R. Lltzingor aro Republicans
talked of for atato's attornoy.
Tho way to boost Chicago is to in
vest in Chicago real cstato securities.
You can't boost tho city by giving
your monoy to men to spend out of
RtgnUr Laitf, 7 locho
For Sal at your Daalar. Mad in five gradas
Ceacadad to b th Finest Pancll made far ganaral us.
EAGLE PENCIL COMPANY, NEW YORK
Jacob Levy, tho well known Twen
ty-flrst ward Democratic loador, would
mako a good county commissioner.
H. H. Morrlck .Is one of tho loadors
in tho civic lifo of Chicago. As proal
dont of the Association of Cotnmorco
he has douo great work for tho city,
Its presont and future. Mr. Merrick
Is prosldont of tho Great Lakes Trust
Company, Chicago's now big bank,
which staued in with a capital ot
$3,000,000, and a surplus ot $600,000.
All ot the stock was oversubscribed
Oennls J. L'gan is a Domocratla
loader nt force, ability and popularity.
The outrageous wny that Chicago
Ih being treated In tho Constitutional
Convention settles tho fate of any
constitution It proposes.
William T. Sullivan of tho well
known real cstnto firm of William T.
Sullivan & Co., 10 South La Salle
street, largo dealers in Fox Lako real
ostato, roports n brisk demand for lots
In their subdivision nt that famous
health resort. Tho high cost of liv
ing and high ronts in tho city Is mak
ing Investors In Fox Lako real estato
John M. Berry, ono of tho host
known and highly respected citizens
of tho North Sldo, la frequently
talked ot for public odlco. Ho's u
Republican in politics but whllo talc
ing great Interest In tho success of
his party could novor bo Induced to
accept nominations that ho could
easily obtain. Mr. Berry Is ono of tho
largost ronl ostato owners of tho
North Side. Ono of his holdings Is
tho big JJerry Building nt tho south
east corner ot Ohio and Orleans
B. II. Rubcnzik, auditor ot tho
Mercantile Trust & Savings Bunk Is
ono of tho coining men of Chicago. Ho
Ih very popular in tho business world.
William H. Wosboy is making a
good record ns city collector. The
thousands of people who do business
with his ofllco all praise tho up-to-date
methods introduced by hltn and which
add to tho popularity ot Mayor
THE desk telephone
has more tnan a
hundred parts and is
built as delicately as a
with which it works
depends in no small
degree upon those who
use it. Rough usage
is sure to impair its
If the telephone at
your elbow is knocked
to the floor, its delicate
parts are thrown out of
Please be careful.
HEADS IF CITY DEPARTMENTS
MEMIIRS Of Um OF EDUCATION
AND JUDGES OF MUNICIPAL COURT
William Hate Thompson, Mayor.
Charles C. Fttzmorrls, Secretary.
Room 607, Gth floor, City Ha!!.
Henry Stuckart, Treasurer.
Room 203, 2nd door, City HalL
James T. Igoo, City Clerk.
Edward J. Paddon, Chief Clerk.
Rooms 107-108, 1st floor, City HalL
George F. Harding, Comptroller.
Louis B. Ooiselln, Deputy Comptrol
ler. Room E01, 6th floor, City HalL
Wm. H. Wosboy, Collector.
Qeorce Lohman, Deputy Collector.
Department of Health
John Dill Robertson, M. D., Com
missioner. Gottfried Koehlor, M. D., Assistant
B. R. Prltcliard, Secretary.
Room 707, 7th floor, City HaU.
Oureau of Engineering
John Erlcson, City Engineer.
Wm. J. Roche, Chief Clerk.
Room 402, City Hall.
W. J. McCourt, Superintendent
doo. J. Feser, Chlof Clerk.
Rooms 101-102, City Hall (Pay
Water Pipe Extension
Hugh L. Lucas, Superintendent.
Thomas F. Klernan, Aist. Superin
tendent. Room 404, 4th floor, City HaM.
Bureau of 8wr
George E. McOrath, Superintendent.
Edward F. Cullerton, Clilof Clerk.
Bureau of Maps and Plata
John D. Riloy, Superintendent.
' T. C. PhlllpB, Engineer ot Surveys.
Bureau of Qas and Electricity
William J. Keith, Commtsslouer.
John E. Bradley, Chtet Clerk.
City Oil Inspector
Paul Hendorson, Inspector.
Charles Vavrlk, Chief Deputy.
Wm. F. Gorman, Assistant.
C. W. Kallal.
Virtue C. Rohm, Business AgeaL
P. C. 8chafer, Chief Clerk.
Department of Compensation
H. V. McQurren, Superintendent
Inspector of Weights and Measures
Morris Eller, City Sealer.
W. F. Cluett, Chief Deputy.
Board of Examining Engineers
Room 1008, City HalL
Edward F, Miller, President
E. F. Moore, lit Vice-President
James N. Spencer, 2d 'Vles-Prsst-dsnt
Board of Examining Plumbers
Charles It Todd, Mastsr Flasibsr.
R. IF. Mtffe raymaa Plumb
. Chief of Operating Engrm
John C. Hayes.
Department sf iwrisBi Welfare
Mrs. Louise OiDorne Rows, Com
missioner. James W. Calley, Supt. of Employ
ment. Room 805, City Hall Square Bldr.
Civil Service Commission
Porcy B. Coffin, President
Chas, E. Frailer.
Joseph P. Geary.
Mark H. Placo, Secretary.
Room 610, 6th floor, City HalL
Ooard of Local Improvements
M. J. Faborty, President
Jos. J. Ellas.
David M. Clark.
Irne Peaso Mantony.
Edward J. Glacken, Secretary and
Superintendent ot Special Asoeas
ments. Room 207, 2nd floor, City HalL
, Philip C, Dolofontalne.
Room C06, City Hall.
Room 111, City Hall.
Inspector of Steam rollers
Geo. E. Nye, Inspector.
Harry A. Grnnnls, Chief Clerk.
Charles Bostrom, Commissioner.
Robert Knight, Dopnty Commis
sioner. Peter C. Hoey, Socretary.
Board of Election Commissioners
Frank X. Rydzowsld.
Third floor, City Hall.
John Dill Robertson, M. D., Chair
man. Rev. J. McNamoe
Dr. Anna Dwyor.
Dr. Erall G. Hlrsh.
Fannlo Specter, Secretary.
Chief Janitor City Hall
Thomas O'Connor, Fire Marshal
P. J, Donohccv 1st Assistant
Edward J. Buckley, 2d Assistant
Frank w. Swenls, Chlof Operator.
R. F. Hotter, Jr.
Dr. M. J. IMrcelL
Dr. A. Lewis, Asst City Physician.
Dr. Clara Suppel, Asst. City Phy
sician. Bureau of Fire Prevention and Publlo
J. C. McDonnell, Chlof.
John J. Garfity, Gonerals"upHn
tendont Room 60S.
John Alcock, First Deputy Supt,
SI Mayer, Socrotary Bureau of Po
lice Records. Room 100L
P. J. Ward, Vehicle Bureau. Room
Henry L. Hudson, Examiner of Pub
lic Chauffeurs. Room 607.
Samuel Ettelson, Corporation Coun
sol. Charles 5. Francis, City Attorney.
Joseph Sullivan, Chtet Assistant
Charles J. Peters.
Room 602, City Hall.
Harry P. Miller, Prosecuting Attor
noy. Danlol Webster, 1st set.
L. R. Poquott, Chlof Clerk.
Harry T. Atwood, Special Assess
Gcorgo J. ('razor, Chief Clerk and
Attornoy for Board of Local Improvements.
Board of Bridewell Inspector
Ralph E. Esau, Chairman.
Jo?oph J. Jnnda, Socrotary.
John J. Sloan. ,
26th St. and California Ats.
Bailiff of the Municipal Court
Denis J. Ef an.
Municipal Courts City f Chicago.
Room 916, City HalL
Goo. B. Holmos.
Cavorly, John R.
Trade, Daniel P.
Fisher, Harry M.
Cook, W. M.
Fry, Sheridan E.
Gemmlll, William N.
Graham, Frank if.
Heap, Arnold. "
Swanson, J. A.
Jareeki, Edmund K.
La Buy, Joseph B.
Nowcomar, John R.
Prindlvitle, John K. '
Rnfferty, Joseph P.
Stewart, Hugh R.
Boyle, Leo J. " "
Barassa, Bernard P.
Hass, J. P.
Sullivan, DsBsJa W.
Trade, Samuel H.
Wlirtams, Charles A.
Wens, Hosea W.
J. Kent Green, Local Assistant.
Roy E. MITler, C&ief Clerk.
At large William E. Mason, Rep.
Richard Yates, Rep.
1 'Martin B. Madden, Res.
2 'James R. Mann, Rep.
3 'William W. Wilson, Res,
4 John W. Ralney, Dem.
5 Adolph J. Sabath, Dem.
6 'James McAndrews, Dem.
7 "Niels Juul, Rep.
8 Thomas Gollnrjher, Dem.
9 Fred A. Britten, Rep.
10 Carl R. Chlndblom, Rep.
11 'Ira C. Copley, Rep,
12 'Charles E. Fuller, Rep.
13 John C. McKemle, Rep.
14 'William J. Graham, Rep.
15 'Edward J. King, Rep.
16 Clifford Ireland, Rep.
17 Frank L. Smith, Rep.
18 'Joseph G. Cannon, Rep.
19Wllllam B. MeKlnley, Rep,
20 'Henry T. Ralney, Dem.
21 'Loren E. Wheeler, Rep.
22 William A. Rodenberg, Rep,
23 Martin D. Foster, Dom.
24 Thomas S. Williams, Rep.
25 Edward E. Dcnlson, Rep.
THE CITY COUNCIL
nl. i:icc(fcl 1UUO. Holdover.
J. J. uouRliun, u ji. Konna, D.
It. It. Jncltuon, It I,, n. Aiulorson, It.
U. 8. Soliwnrtz, 1XJ. II. Pniismoro. H.
J. A. Ittcliort. n.T. A. Ilojran. D.
It. J. Mulcahy. D. J.B.MoDonoiiKli.n.
C, K, Uaton. It.. A.A.Sl'Connlclc, H.
O. CluoniHoy, H. W. It. Fotzor. It.
M. H. Furman, D. It.A.AVoodluill, .
H, Y. novlor, D..n. Maailnrom. It.
J. MoNlchols. D. Krnnlc Klaus, n.
I, liutkowski, D.Vnc. to bo filled.
J. Copnlc, D.....A, J. Cormak, D.
J. O. Homo, D..S. O. Bhaffor, It.
-.T. II. Smith, D..O. M. Jlaypolo, D.
O. H. Olson, n...IJd. J. Kalndl. D.
-J.A.Plotrovslcl,r.S. II. Kunz. D.
-rt H.WnllcowlnlcD.S.AUamktowleis, D.
-SI.I''.Kavaimgh,D.John J. Tuoliy, D.
-.T. n. Bowlor, D,..Tolin I'owora, D.
xr, Frnnz, D Ilonry li. pjok, D.
O. J. Aftnow, n..l")orsoy Crowo, D.
-I,. C. Kloln, D...Mnth.IIIhboler, It.
W. P. Steffon, U.T. O. Wallaco, P..
-.T. Iladorlnln, D...InB. Dornoy, It.
P. J. Link, 11....H. D. Cnnltaln, It
-T. it. Cnspers, D.Wm. P. Llpps, It.
C. Jonson, D n. P.. Armltage, It.
Jr.Ailamowakl. D.C. P. Smith, D.
T. P. Byrne. D...T. V, Kovarllt, T,
W. It. (VToole, D..las, P. Hums, It.
T. P. Moron. D.. Scott M. HoRan, It
-J. II. Lylo. It.,.. A. .1. Fisher, K.
-A.O.Anilorson, Il.J. P. Cinrntr, It
J. Toman, D JoB.O.Kostasr, D,
T. J. Lynch, D...John S. Clark, D.
Basic Law Makers Hope to Beat
COOK COUNTY FIGHT BEGINS
Chicago Delegates Prepared to Battle
to Hold Desired Representation
In Legislature Downstatcrs
SprltiBllcld. The nlit liohvocii rook
county mill the (lownstnlc over loN
Intlvi' npiiurtloiiiiii'iit will proliiihly ho
Htngotl this week In thu fouttltutloiiiil
Duk-Kiiti-M nrrlvliic followliiK tho
wook'H reivxM huiiitio of the imtlonnl
IU'iiuhlk'iiii convi'iitlon In Clilcnu'o fa
vor puttliiK the iitiiwtlon of Cool: emiti
t.v'.s lliiiltittlnn In the Ki'iii'iiil iissoiiiIiI.v
on tlio oiilciiiliir for thl week.
Tho rules (.'oiuinltti'o lll roport
whun this mutter coincs liofiiii' Hio
convention slttliiK ns ii oiiiinilttoo of
whole. It will lo luoiiKlit forward as
it pint of tho report of the eoiiiinlitee
mi loaMiitlon, Clinliiiimi Dnvlil K.
SlimmliHli of Cook eotint.v pioxlillliu.
Tho tlownstuto (leleu'iltes .ue ntuotiK
the early imlviiK hut nro uuliifornifil
whether liny eluiiiKes have lieen con
sldereil In the majority report of the
coiiiinltteo so unfair to Cook enmity's
roproM'iitnlloii In ihe hoiie. Whether
tho threat of t'ool; county's dele
cntos to holt the eonvonlloii rather
than to Kiilmilt to such a limitation
has hud any effect In a tiioilllk'iitlon
of the report Is mn yet unknown.
Dowiistute leaders claimed they
hud llfly-two delegates pledi-od vto
stand together on the majority re
port when the convention adjourned.
This would etiahlo them to put over
tho plan unless a break lius occurred
In tho dowiistute ranks. It Is known
that while tho plan does not appeal
to some of the donwnstate delegates
as a fair one to the poople of Cook
county and In fact penalizes them,
yot they have felt that they must
stand with their other ilowustntc col
Ioukuos us iiKiilust Cook county's
Delegate I'rank Qulnn of l'eorla N
opposed to tho limitation plan and
filed a minority report along with I'M
ward Morris of Cook county. II' Is
known that Delegate Warren of Do
Kail) county Is not In sympathy with
the majority report, although a down
statu man, Ho could not ho coaxed
Into the dowiisiate camp on the earlier
HmlfUtluu conference, although favor
ing certain limitation of Cook county
In at least one house.
Cook county delegates are Imping
that "downstutors" from some of the
largo counties will break away from
tho combine ami become Independent
when this question comes up for oto.
On tho basis of tho majority teport.
every county In the state will got one
member of the house, regardless of
population of that county. An addi
tional member for each ."0,000 popula
tion wotdd bo given.
Such a plan Is not popular with
roiiio of the delegates of the largo
counties of the state, for It put's the
smallest comities on tho same basis
with the larger at the start. There
aro at least twenty-live of the small
est counties In the state which have
decreased In population In the last
ton yo'irs, It Is claimed, and yet un
one of those sturte oil' eipml with Peo
ria. St. Clair or Winnebago county.
Whether delegates from these coun
ties will m'o the effect such a scheme
will hav6 on them and will stand lor
such a discrimination, Is the iiucstlmi
puzzling the Cook county delegates.
limit sides are ready to open the
battle this week and settle the ipe-s-lion.
Cook county delegates are seii
ous when they say they waul 1 1 I
(iiostlnn disposed of llrst for they re
fuse to consider oilier questions de
fore that of appol llnnillout Is agreed
Should Ihe malorlty roport prevail,
further efforts to write a now consti
tution are futile. In the views of Cool
county delegates. The deles: ii's
themselves claim ili' will lint pai',l
Ipat'e further In the deliberations, .is
It will be Inn a wiimc of time to pro
ceed when the eoiisiliullon would be
(loomed by the in Hon tho voters of
Cook county would lake when ii Is
Mlhmtltcil 10 (belli.
If a coiiiiiomlse Is effected on ib'
apportionment plan, ellnrls are to be
made to hurry forward the work of
the convention. Iiebvuto Traeger Is
urging u plan to work through oor.
day from now until nt least .lul.v 1.
If necessary, m uploto tlio llr-t
dellberalloiis of tin- icports, which
will all bo In by Unit time. Ho prom
lsoij to offer a inoiion to that effect
to test mil Ihe levs of the delegatus.
Antl. Saloon League Meeting.
Preparations lme about been com
pleted by local repieseiitiitlves of the
Illinois Aiill-Salooii league for the re
ception here .liino -" of William
Eugene Johnson, known as "Pussyfoot"
Johnooii, the noted di advocate. On
bis arrival .lobusoii will deliver an ad
dress on the prohibition question at
the stnto ui-M'Uul. He will tell of some
of his experiences In ICiiglaud In al
tempting to induce, that nation to tnku
tip prohibition. .Johnson will bo re
membered us having had an eyo put
out In a demonstration In London.
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WILLIAM H. MALONE.
Leading Republican and forme, r chairman of the State Board of
Equalization, whose speeches had gicnt effect on the Republican presi
MALONE IS STRONG
Former Chairman of State Board
of Equalization Praised By
friends of Wllllnm 11. Mnlono, tho
tiggicsslvc and ublo chairman or tho
Illinois State Hoard of Kquallzatloti,
whoso light on Coventor Louden at
'tractcd nation wldo attention, say
that Mr. Malonc Is hound to bo n
commanding ilgttro In statu and na
tional politics In tho future. Thu
(lalm Is made by them that .Air. Ma
Iouc'h cuutsc has been fully vindicat
ed by the party and tho people.
Great Preparations Being Made
to Entertain 300,000 Visitors.
The world's thlid city will bo
steeped in purple and white and trans
formed Into the American playground
durltiK tho Klks convention July C
Preparations for tho Invasion of
some 1100,000 visitors aro being pushed
forward rapidly by all business Inter
ests In Chicago, and the committee
In chargo of celebration plans havo
completed n program of entertainment
thnt rivals those ot ancient Home.
Tho Incoming Klks will ha dazzled
by tho lanes of purplo and white, by
tho b biro of a pcoro of hands and by
tho sheet lightning electrical display
that will set .Michigan boulevard
In tho "Loop" district alone there
will ho ton thousnnd posters ot wel
come spattering the sky-scrapers. Tho
fronts ot buildings will ho swathed
in purplo and white, tho Elks colors,
and confetti ami streamers of purplo
and white will sprlnklo tho Loop from
airplanes nt midday.
Tho program of entertainment cov
ers ovcrythlng from Olympic games
to world championship contests ot
A grcnt wild west show direct
from the far west and embracing taoro
elaborate features than any ever ex
hibited before will mako tho down
town district resound with I ml Ian
yells, and will servo ns a bright side
light tn the main program. Prizes ot
from ?2,000 to $3,000 will go to tho
winners in pony racing, roping, tyliiR
and rlllo and revolver shooting.
Tho gala week will bring forth ar
tistic and elaborate decorations thnt
will surpass oven those ot Chicago's
great world fair.
Lincoln park will havo a spectacu
lar Klks floral display, depleting tho
dial of a clock which will bo ropro
ducod In flowers of purplo and white.
Tho lunula of tho clock will ho point
ing to tho hour of eleven.
Michigan avonuo from Eleventh
street to the now bridge of tho boule
vard link, a distance of two tulles,
will be n veritable fairyland. It will
bo transformed Into n com t of honor.
All tho ornamental poles that carry
their myriad lights will bo draped In
Elks colors. Thoro will bo a pylon
forty feet high at each streot Inter
section surmounted by Ainorlcan and
Elks Hags Intertwined. Thoro will bo
electric fountains on tlio lako front
that will flare up llko sparks from a
Hundreds of thousands ot dollars
will ho spoilt by the big stores ot
Stato street to transform tho fronts
of their Imposing structures Into
quaint and foreign effects. Tho en
trance to each store and shop will bo
a replica of homo woll known historic
spot. For Instance, to buy haberdash
ery ono may ontor an ancient froncli
cnthodtal, or to buy lingerie, milady
may pass solomnly tluough tho som
bro portals ot a Spanish mission of
a thousand years ngo.
Tho ontiro city will conform to tho
gonoral scheme, keeping such depar
tures to the street lovol and bedock
lug tho upper portions of buildings
with Elks colors and buntings.
Ah tho central flguro tn tho Inflnlto
illumination of tho city, thoro will ho
an elk's head, tho largest over built,
at tho ontrnnco of Grant Park, Hash
ing out waves of colored lights from
thousands of IncandeHconts.
Sixty thousand dollars worth of pic
turosquo floats aro now bolng con
structed or havo boon constructed In
Chlcafjo for tho monster night parado
and olcctricnl display, which will bo
nu outstanding feature of the week.
Tho mnrchors will numuor noarly
250,000 Elks from all parts ot tho
countrj. They will bo grouped by
states. Each group will bo preceded
by characteristic floats and accompan
ied by selected bands. Members of
each group will wear tho costume rep
resentative of their own stato, thus
contributing a fa cy dress appear
nnco to the pageant.
Tlio lino ot march along Michigan
nventto will ho flanked by grand
stands, mid airplanes with vnrl-col-orod
lights will guldo tho marchers
through tho downtown streets. The
pageant will he tho most spectacular
ever attempted In Chlcngo.
Thlrty-nvo states nt least will tako
part In tho parade, which will ho on
the evening of July 7, mid will ho tho
greatest pageant ever staged by Elk
dom. The prlzo committee Is now nhlo to
announce tho following prizes to be
awarded: For tho best appearing
lodge In line, beautiful silk flags; for
most unique appearing lodgo (no
comedy costumes permitted) silk
flags; for best drill team, flrst $030;
second, $323; best Elks band, flrst,
$030; second, $.125; host stnto float,
$7G0; second, $300; third, $250; best
lodge float, sliver punch bowl; sec
ond, silver cup; best decorated build
ings In loot) will receive flvo prizes.
Travelers all over tho country aro
to bo reminded ot the big meeting
by posters In railroad stations and
other conspicuous places. Thoro will
be special railroad rates ot a faro
and ouothird for round trip tickets
from all parts of tho country.
Tho convention will bo held at tho
great Auditorium Theater" and tho na
tional headquarters ot the Grand
Lodgo will bo at tho Congress Hotol.
Horo Is a taxpayors" calendar for
taxpayers compiled by County Clork
Hobert M. Swoltzor.
In brlot It Is as follows
July term Application for Judg
ment and order of salo ot property ot
July 1 Objections to Judgments tn
Aug. 1 Tax salo of real ostato bo
gins, Ponalty for redemption tax salei
may bo as high as C per cent, addod to
taxes or assessments each six months
nftor salo. Proporty may be re
doomod any time within two yoara
after salo at otllro of county clotk.
Dixon C. Williams, tho woll known
manufacturer, des.irvos woll at tha ,
bands of tho Domocratla party. Ro '
a porn leador.
Mayor Thompson was tho father ot
municipal plnygrounds. He Intro
duced and secured tho pnssago ot tho
flrst ordinance creating ono whllo he
was un alderman.
Calvin F. Craig, the able prosldotn
ot tho Mechanics & Traders State
Rank, dosorvoa grcnt credit for the
well deserved popularity of that big
West Sldo Institution
Nortlisldors aro proud of tho Cam
el Palace Garden Its beaut Is well
worth seeing and Its talented enter
tainers get rounds of well deserved
Colonel August W. Mlllor Is often
mantloued tor stato tronsurer.
John Powor nns always served th)
people well an alderman from tht
Adam Ortsolfon, ono of the best ot
Chicago's City Treasurers, would
mako a good Stnto Treasurer.
Coimty Commissioner Amort Nowak
has mado a splondld public record
since his election to tho county board.
Ho Is always looking nftor tho Inter
ests of the peoplo as his votes prove
His constituents aro proud "of him and
woll satisfied with his rocord.
C. A. Wckott, tho woll known and
highly rospocted president of tho
DIckett Coal and Coko Company, al
though still a young man, has lod a
very nctlvo llfo and has boon a po
tont flguro In tho busluoss world for
many years. 'Whothor as prosldont
of the Chicago Hearing Metal Com
pany, tho BIckott Coal and Coko
Company, or as a dlroctor ot the Fort
Doarborn National Bank, he has won
the high rogard of tho busluoss public