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THIRTY-FIRST YEAR, NO. 40.
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CHICAGO SATCWD-kT, JULY J3, 12(.
stkxlobtpiY WHOLE NUMBER KJOti
PICK YOUR MEN
Long List, of Offices to Be Filled at
the Election in Cook County
Some Very Good Jobs in the List and Many
Candidates for Whom Women
'. Noxt full tho voters of Chicago and
Cook county will bo called upon to
elect a largo number of ofllclnls of
which tho list followH with names of
present occupants ami tho salaries
Women cun vote for tho offices
marked with nn asterisk:
OHIcc. Incumbent. Salary.
U. S. Senator Lawrenco Y.
Shermnn, republican $ 7,500
Clov. Trunk 0.Lowdcn, repub
Lt.-Gov. John Q. OgloBby, re
Auditor of Public Accounts, An
drew RuuscI, republican .... 7,500
Stato. Treas. Fred Storllng, re
, publican . i 10,000
Attorney-General Edward J.
Bruudngq, republican har
mony ..., 10,000
-Clerk Supreme Court Charles
W.. Vail,. republican I . . -7,500
Robort "F. Carr, Robert" '11.
Ward, Laura D. Evans.
State Senator (Term, 2 Years).
J. M. Powell (2d district), dem
ocrat v :t,coo
Al. F. Cornum (4th district),
Morton D. Hull (5th district)
republican harmony 3,500
J. J. Harbour (Cth district) re
publican harmony .1,500
Clerk Appellate Court.
James S. Mclncrnoy, democrat !,000
Representatives In Congress.
William E. Mason, republican
Richard Yates, republican .... 7,500
Representatives In Congress from
1 Martin 11, Maddon, ropubll-
can Thompson-Lundln . . . 7,500
2 JumoH It. Mnun, republican
3 William W. Wilson, republi
can harmony 7,500
4 John W. Rnlnoy, democrat 7.5)0
5 A. J. Snbnth. democrat.... 7,500
B JumeH McAndrows, demo
crat v. 7,500
7 Niels Juul, republican har
8 Thomas Gallagher, demo
9 Fred A, Britten, republican
Talk About Men and Matters
Connected With Public Affairs
in All the Different Camps
Product committeemen elected In
1918 will hold over until September,
1922, Attorney Gonernl Brundago has
ruled. The ruling applies to tirous
outsldo Chicago, whoro precinct com
mitteemen Instead of ward commit
teomon nro elected ovory two years.
Tho law provides for tho election
of a mayor in 1921 noxt spring, nnd
many nro of tho opinion that it will
not bo enforced.
Attornoy Colin C. II. Fyffo of tho
board of election commissioners sutd
tho vnluo of the reported discovery
was worthless if It wero to bo used
In causing a new mayoralty election
Muyor Thompson was first elected
In 1915. Ho was reelected In April,
Tho section reads:
"At tho general election held in
1921 and biennially thereafter a
Lrgt Weakir Circulation Among
Paf4e of Influence and Stanig
10 Carl It. Chlndbloom, repub
lican harmony 7,600
State's Attorney Maclay lloyne,
Recorder Joseph Haas, republi
can harmony 9,000
Clerk Superior Court John
KJellandcr, republican har
Clerk Circuit Court August W.
Miller, republican Thompson
Coroner Peter M. Hoffman, re
publican , .. 9,000
Members Board of .Assessors.
William II. Weber, republican 7,000
Adam Wolf, ropubllcnn 7,000
Member Board of Review.
Charles ' Darrett, republican
Thompson-Lundln -. . . . 7,006
County Surveyor. ,
Harry Emerson, republican.. too oluco
Trustees Sanitary District.
Wallaco Q. Clark, republican
, '.harmony ,000
Geo. w. Paulln, republican har
Patrick J. Carr, democrat 5,000
County Judgo (ponding deci
sion), James T. Burns, demo
Associate Judges Municipal Court.
Vncancy (Harry P. Dolan, dem
ocrat) .- 9,000
James Donolioo, democrat .... 9,000
Loo J. Doylo, domocrat 9,000
Shorldan K? Fry, republican
George I). Holmes, republican
Frank II. Graham, democrat .. 9,000
Edmund K. Jareckl, democrat . 9,000
John Stclk, domocrat 9,000
Dennis W. Sullivan, domocrat 9,000
Samuol II. Trudo, ropubllcnn
Irwin H. Ilnzcn, republican har
Representatives In General Assembly.
Salary $3,500. Term of Two Years.
1 John Giillln, domocrat; W. M.
Brlnkman, ropubllcnn; S. B,
2 Frnnk Ryan, domocrat; S. E.
Wolnshonkor, democrat; R. J.
Mnrcy, ropubllcnn harmony.
3 A. II. Roborts, republican har
mony; Warren B. Douglas, re
publican harmony; Gcorgo G.
mayor, a city clork and city treas
urer shall bo elected In each city;
provided, that .no porson shall bo
elected to tho ofllco of city treasurer
for two, terms in succession."
It was onncted at tho last session
of tho legislature at tho request of
Mayor Thompson and Is Identical
with n law which It superseded, ex
cept that It dolotes the ofllco of city
attorney. Its enactment was sought
for this reason.
But, both Asslstnnt Corporation
Counsol Rlgholmor and Attornoy
Fyffe point out, tho torm of ofllco of
mayor of Chicago Is specified as
four years in an amondmont In 1905
of the cities and villages act.
Tho following Chlcngoans held Jobs
In tho San Francisco convention;
Doorkeepers Timothy Crowo, Chi
cago; John O'Hnlloran, Chicago;
Michael Fahoy, Toluca.
Assistant sorgoant.nt arms Mich
ael II. Rogers, Chicago; Peter F.
Smith, Chicago; Michael K. Short
dun, Chicago; Michael 'Welsh, Chi
cago; C. II, Fitzpatrlck, Rockford.
Assistant secretary Martin J.
Edward N. Hurley was made an
honorary vice- president of the con
vention from Illinois.
I Einll O. Kowalskl, republican liar
mpny; Frank McDcrmott, demo
crat; James P. Doylo, democrat.
5 Sidney Lyon, ropubllcnn Thompson-Lundln;
Theodore K. Long,
republican harmony; Michael L.
C Ralph E. Church, republican har
mony; Emll A. W. Johnson, re-
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Jf CARTER H. HARRISON.
Popular former mayor whom the Democrats should nominate
publican harmony; Robert E.
9 David E. Shanuhnn, republican
harmony; Josoph Plucok, domo
crat; Thomas A. Doylo, domo
crat. 11 William II. Crudon, republican
harmony; Edward 1). Lucius, re
publican harmony; Frank J,
13 C. A. Young republican; G. A.
Dahlberg, republican Tlfompson;
James W. Ryan, domocrat.
15 Thomas Curran, republican
Thompson; Joseph Porlna, dom
ocrat; Peter F. Smith, democrat.
17 Edward J. Smojkal, republican
Thompson; Charlos Qola, domo
crat; Jacob W. EpBtoln, domo
crat. 19 Solomon P. Rodorlok, republican
harmony; J. T. Prendergast,
democrat; James T, O'Brien
(deceased), democrat, '
21 Frederick J. Dlpptis, ropubllcun
Thompson; Mlchnel F. Mahor,
democrat; Benjamin M. Mitchell,
23 William U. Thou, republican har
mony; Edward M. Overland, re
publican Thompson; Thomas P.
25 Charles L. Flcldstack, republican
Thompson; Thomas R. Stelnort
republican harmony; John G.
27 Edward Walz, ropubllcnn har
mony; Joseph Patlack, demo
crat; James M. Doulan, demo
crat. 29 Bernard F. Clcttenberg (de
ceased), republican harmony;
Bernard J. Conlou, democrat;
Lawrence C. 0Urlon, democrat.
31 Carl Mueller, republican hnr
mony; James A. Stevens, repub
lican harmony; Frank J, Self, Jr.,
Successors to Judges Charles M.
Walker, Morrltt W. Plnckney and
Richard S. Tuthlll will be chosen at
the fall election. Women cannot vote
Chicago's Hiibtrcnsury will be a
thing of tho pant otter July 1, 1921.
Its business will bo taken over by the
Federal Reserve Bank.
Provisions are bclrjg mado for tho
accommodation of the subtrcasury ac
tivities In the new Federal Reservo
Bank building, which will occupy the
block between Qulncy street and
Jackson boulevard, on La Sallo street.
Tho abolition of tho subtroasurles
will biivo approximately $500,000 n
your all over tho country and ubout
$71,000 In Chicago.
Tho West Sldo Oakland Sales Com
pany of which Horry W. Cassloman Is
President nnd Trcasuior, Is now estab
lished in its flno new building at
4700 Washington IIoul. Tho salesroom
Is one of tho handsomest in Chicago
nnd the wholo building Is thoroughly
fitted up with every convenience and
nccesssory to a successful auto trade.
Tho company Is doing a big business
in Sedans and touring cars and Mr.
Cassloman's popularity grows with ov
ory customer, nnll who do business
with his company oro woll satisfied,
us theft" cars cannot bo excelled.
BIG ELKS! WEEK
Chicago Will Entertain Three Hundred
Thousand Visitors Next Week.
From July 5 to July 10.
Wonderful Preparations Being Made for the
Entertainment of the Elks9 Grand
Lodge and Their Friends.
The Ave best decorated buildings
along the lino of tho Elks parade next
Wednesday will he awarded prizes.
Other prizes were announced by
tho prize and decoration committees,
of which Arthur W. Johnson und J.
L. Dillon ore chairmen. Following
wcro among the awards planned:
Best decorated buildings In the
for governor of Illinois.
loop, first prlzo. storllng sliver loving
cup; second prlzo, large sterling sll
vor flower vase; third prlzo, Chelsea
ofllco clock; fourth prize, storllng sil
ver vase; fifth prize, bilk American
For tho best appearing lodge In tho
grand parado, "Americanism," to ho
hold Wednesday ovenlng. July 7, first
and second prizes, silk American
For tho most uniquo appearing
lodgo In line, first und second prizes,
silk American flags.
For tho best drill team In competi
tion to bo held in Grant Park Wed
nesday, July 7, at 10 o'clock; first
prlzo, $650; second prlzo, $325.
For tho best Elks' band In tho com
petition to bo hold In Grant Park,
Thursday, July 7, at 10 o'clock, first
prlzo, $G50; second prlzo, $325.
For tho best stato float In tho
grand "Americanism" parade, first
prize, $750; second prize, $500; third
For the best lodge flout In the pa
rade, first prize, sterling silver punch
bowl, vnluo $100; second prize, sterl
ing silver floral basket, value $200.
t'p to dote twenty bands have en
tered the contest and fifteen drill
teams In the drill contest. These con
tests will bo 'open to the public.
Forty states will he represented by
floats ranging In cost from $1,000 to
$5,000, The parade Is expected to bo
the largest and most magnificent af
fair of its kind ever held In Chicago.
Tho following Judges hnvo been se
lected to award tho various prizes.
Detit decorated building In loop
Aithur V. Johnson, chairman; S. T.
A. Loftls. Joseph Swnnsoh. William
J Trudo!, Samuel Gessler, Thomas
McGough, Charles oiler."
For tho most unluuo nppeurlng
lodge In lino Col. Henry F. Donovan,
Samuel Ettelson. Ed Smith, A. k.
Hollander, Hurry B. Miller.
For the hand contest William
Well. Armln F. Hand, Martin Ball
maun. Paul Boise, Albert E. Cook, Dr.
Homer A. Drake, Charles Horn,
For tho best drill team Col. A. F.
Loreuzen. Col. Henry A. Allen. Col.
J'tmuH E. Stuart. Col. Joseph E. Wil
ton. Col. Abel Davis, Col. Walter J.
For tho best appearing lodge In
lni -Judge "Joseph Saboth, Judgo
1 iroh II. Hopkins. Judgo John P. Mc
(ioorty, Judgo Henry Horner, Judge
Marcus A. ICuvnnngh.
For the best state Hoot and lodge
llout-Wyllys J. Balrd, Eugene It.
IN THE CITY HALL
What the City Officials and Men
of Affairs Are Doing for the
Commission of Public Works Fran
"Tho water works system of Chi
cago Is being operated at a profit.
It is regrettable that tho public should
be misinformed concerning tho
lluauclul affairs of tho system through
misleading statements to tho effect
that tho system was bankrupt and
that It was necessary to increase
Tho system Is vulued at $78,79.'i,000.
Tho only bonded Indebtedness out
standing Is an Issue for $l,C7il,U)0,
which was authorized several years
ago as n loan for needed extensions.
Commissioner Francis said a pro
gram of enlargement and extension
of tho system is being prepared and
tnnt Instead of raising rates to pro
vido the extra capital needed, bonds
or water cortlllcatos should bo Issued
by tho council so as to spread pay
ment of tho expense over u period of
Fnlluro of tho city to pay Its cler
ical help as much as sower diggers
and other common laborers caused
the roslgnatlon of August Doiuko,
0027 S, Lincoln street, as sonlor clork
In tho olllco of tho socrotnry of tho
pollco department. "Whero I onco
wns rownrded a llttlo moro for my
education und for performing moro
exacting work than that performed
by city laborors, I am now getting be-
twoen $250 and $350 a year Iosb," ho
told Chlof Garrlty. He obtained a
now position with a candy company.
Tho United Stntes Bureau of Stan
dards nt Washington congintulatcs
tho Chlcugo city council for Joining
tho movomont to have the motrlc sys
tem of weights and monsures adopted
Instead of tho avoirdupois system
Tho lottor was received by City Clerk
James T. Igoe.
Pike, Henry J. Ridings, Muclny
lloyne, Ashtou Stevens.
HARIIS0N VS. 0GLE5BT
Democrats Will Name Harri
son, Republicans Oglesby
The sons of tho two gubernatorial
candidates In tho famous raco of 1881
will run for governor of Illinois this
year. Tho Democrats will nominate
Carter II. Harrison.
Gov. Lowdeu decllnns to run and
announced that Lieut. Gov. John G.
Oglesby will make the race for tho
Republican nomination for governor
In opposUlon to termor State Treas
urer Leti Small of Kankukoo, who
has tho sup)iort of tho William Halo
Tliompson faction' of tho party.
Other candidates decided upon at
tho conference are: Lieutenant gov
ernor, Fred E. Sterling, Rockford;
secretary of state, Louis L, Emmer
sou, Mount Vernon; stute auditor,
Andrew Russel. Jacksonville; attor
ney general, Edward J. Brundnge,
Chicago; clerk of tho Supremo Court,
Charles W. Vail. Chicago.
"I have always had a strong con
viction regarding a second term for
chlof eexcutlve nlllcer," Gov. Low
don's statement said. "While I was
in congress In each session 1 Intro
duced a resolution proposing an
amondmont to the constitution of tho
I'nlted States which would restrict
tho President to ouo term."
Chicago will hao three moro tug
days this year, nnd that will bo nit.
Alderman Joseph O. Kostucr, chair
mnir of the council judiciary subcom
mittee which is Investigating street
collections, said ho favored an ordi
nance prohibiting tho practice.
Ho said If his collengues Alder
men Walter P. Sleffon nnd William
It. Fotzer decllno to support him ho
would proposo nn ordinance allowing
four tag days u year, two under tho
auspices of tho Chrlngo Association
of Commerce und two under tho ap
proval of Commission of Public Wol
faro Louis Osborne Rowe.
Tho three now authorized are to bo
held July 13, 20 and 27.
Tho council has adjourned until
Novombor, and Mayor Thompson has
ordered his nlllco not to grant permits.
Tho school budget for tho year 1920,
totaling $25,201,085, was presented hy
tho finance committee to tho board of
education for adoption.
It Is tho largest budgot ever pro
pared budgc-t of 1919 by fri,B8n,08B.
Of this amount tho 8,000 teachorf.
and principals and other members of
tho educational staff will get $19,938,
(194.. Other divisional appropriations
Administration, $1,108,274: opera
tion, $2,9S2,CI1; auxiliary activities,
$71Q,B73; miscellaneous, $H2,B00.
Largest Weekly Circulation Among
People of Influence and Standby