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HENRY F. DONOVAN, Editor nd I'ubtiflier
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The Chicago Eagle, a newspaper
for all classes of readers, Is devoted
to National. State and Local Pol.
Itlcs) to the publication or 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 General Information
of Public Interest. Financial, Com
mercial and Political.
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SATURDAY, JULY 10, 1020.
DRY'S WANT TO NAME
The Drys wnnt to sec a real dry Is
elected stnte's attorney of Cook
This announcement Is uuule In the
ctinent number of the American Issue,
the olllclnl organ of tho Anti-Saloon
League. Simon pure prohibition en
forcement candidates are to be enter
ed In every ono of tho 102 counties
of tho stnte.
"Tho state's attorney of Cook coun
ty must bo n man who will use tho
power of his olllco to tho fullest pos
sible extent to enforce tho laws
against liquor," reads a front page
editorial In tho olllclnl dry organ.
"Only such a mnn will recolvo tho
support of tho Antl-Snloon league.
Every cnndlduto who Is opposed or In
different to prohibition law enforco
mpiit will bo opposed to tho full ex
tent of Its power by tho Antl-Snloon
"In tho past tho chief objective of
tho Antl-Snloon League was dry leg
islation. . . . Tho chief objectlvo
now is tho election of olllclals who
will enforce prohibition.
"In tho futufo tho Antl-Snloon
League will opposo tho election of
any and all candidates for state's at
torney who do not stand for enforce
ment of the eighteenth amondraont
"Cook county, containing Chicago,
Is ono of tho most Important places
In the United States from tho stand
point of prohibition enforcement."
Tho snmo sentiment Is tho subject
of another editorial, a pnrt of which
"Who loses through having In the
state's attorney's chair a mun who
respects his onth of ofllco nnd im
partlnlly enforces tho eighteenth
amendment? Tho bootleggers, tho
blind tiger keepers, tho browers, tho
keepers of disorderly resorts, tho gun
men. the gamblers for without booze,
gambling Is not so profitable In
i-hort. all luw-brenkers, Including the
'In the light for tho offlce of state's
attorney In Cook county tho minority
who profit by lawlessness will bo op
posed by tho great majority of law
abiding citizens. Not only those who
have noted the marvelous bonoflts of
ono year of prohibition, stand for law
and order, will insist that tho stato's
attorney must enforce tho law."
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CHARLES A. McCULLOCH
President of the Pnrmelee Company,
Mayor Thompson was tho father ol
municipal playgrounds. Ho Intro
duced and secured tho passngo of the
first ordinance creating ono while ha
was an alderman.
County Commissioner AlDcrt Nownk
has mado a splendid public record
slnco his election to tho county board.
Ho is always looking after tho inter
ests of tho peoplo as his votes provo.
Ills constituents nro proud of him and
well satisfied with his record.
Charles II. Corbett, tho popular
cashier of tho Century Trust & Sav
ings Dank Is n public spirited citizen
who is always boosting Chicago nnd
helping to ndvanco tho prosperity of
James M. Whalon Is making a splen
did record as county civil sorvice
commissioner. Ho dosorves well at
tho hands of tho pooplo, as ho has
always been faithful to every public
trust Imposed on him.
Dixon C. Williams, tho well known
manufacturer, desnrvoR well at tha
hands ot the Domocratlc party, ft
a porn loader.
Colonel August W. Miller Is often
montloncd for stato treasurer.
William H. Lyman, the popular lor
mar senator and alderman, la at tta
head of tha big public contracting
arm of W. II. Lyman A Co.
BERNARD P. BARASA
Popular Judge Strongly Bntked for States Attorney.
Henry F. Norcott stands high In
tho estimation ot tho businoss world
of Chicago. Mr. Norcott Is prosldont
of tho well known real cstato houso
ot II. O. Stonn -ad Company, and is
nctlvo in ovo- movement that hns
for Its object Iv ottormcnt of Chicago.
Adam Ortseifen, ono of the best ot
Chicago's City Treasurers, would
innko a good Stato Treasuror.
Edward W. Everett, the woll known
lawyer, is frequently talked of for
congress by his many political friends.
Ho Is said to havo no ambition In this
direction, but his popularity would
causo his election to almost any office
ho was nominated for.
Francis J. Houlihan, ablo and popu
lar attorney, with offices In tho Con
tinental & Commercial Dank building,
Is often mentioned for Judgo.
Robert R. Jampolta would make a
Frank Johnston, Jr., tho popular
Circuit Judgo, Is roapectod by all
classes irrespectlvo ot party.
Goorgo I Scholn, mo woll known
lawyer, who numbers bis friends by
tho thousand, would make a fino Judgo.
Mr. Scholn hns no ambition in this di
rection, it la said, but his ability, falr,
noss and legal experlonco woll fit him
for Judicial honors.
The way to boost Chicago is to In
vest In Chicago rt-al ostato securities j
You can't boost tlu- city by giving
your money to men to spond out of
Calvin F. Craig, the nolo presides
of aha Mechanics & Traders Stato
BAnk, dosorves great credit for the
well doserved popularity of that big
West Side Institution
Nortnslders nro proud of tho Cam
el Palace Garden. Its beauty Is well
worth seeing and its tnlonted enter
tainers get rounds ot well desencd
Paul H. Wledel, tho afclo and cour-1
teous chief clerk of the bo'ard of ns
sesors, is ono of tho most capable .
and highly respected publlo officials ir
Cook county. Ho Is a llvo wire in the ,
causo ot good public service. i
Charles KruUkotr is one ot ts
most popular members ot tha Board
of Assessors. He always looks after
the peopla 'a Interests.
Domlnlck Mnrublo is a leader jq
the teaming and transfer business ot
Chicago. Ho has built up his big
business by strict attention to the
needs and wlches of his many patrons.
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Hope for Reduction in Taxes
Hope for mi early reduction In
tnxt"4 Is held out by ltopresontntlvo
Mondell of Wyoming, Itepubllciiu leud
er of tliu house.
"Wo shall enter tho new session
of congress In December mid the new
congress In March," said Mr. Mondell'o
Mntenicnt, "with the wny opened for
n substantial reduction ot tho tax bur
The Itepubllcnn leader made no
prediction ns to when tho lower taxes
would become effective, but snld re
ductions would not bo possible) until
after tho close of tho llscnl year which
begins next month.
Tho proposed chnnges In the tnx
lawa also wero not revealed by Mr.
Mondell, although ho Indicated his dis
approval of the administration pro
gram for tho discard of tho excess
profits levies. Ho contended thnt
such action nt this lime would menu
a "shifting of burdens from large in
comes mid proilts, to tho small mul normal incomes nnd profits."
No hope for n return to pre-war expenditures nnd npproprlntlons wns
expressed by the liepuhllcnn leader, although ho predicted that for the fiscal
year beginning Jii.v 1, 11)21, n i eduction "by upward of a billion dollars"
would be effected, making the annual government expenses approximately
$3,200,000,000, Fewer government employoer and smaller npproprlntlons for
Women Drill in Training Camp
One skirt, ten Inches from the
round; two middy blouses, one black
inllor hat, one bnthlug suit, one pair
of low sheen with heels not moro thnn
an Inch high; one ralncont nnd ono
sweater. Such Is the prlmttivo outfit
taken by Chicago's society nnd pro
fessional women to the United States
training corps camp at Ashcvlllc, N.
C. There, under the direction of tho
nnttonnt commandant, Miss Susnnnn
Cocroft of Chlcngo (portrait herewith)
they will romp In the woods, sport llko
mermaids In tho wnter. and llvo on
fclmplo military diet. They will wenr
a simple Ilttlo $12 uniform without
corwets'-nnd will spend nt lenst half
.tho time In bnthltig suits.
, "Conditioning" will consist of setting-up
exercises, military drill with
broomsticks, outdoor games nnd dnnc
clng, and long hikes In tho shndow
of Mount Mitchell. Forestry clussos
will bo conducted In tho adjuccnt
wooos nnd groves.
They will live under tents nnd ont In tho open nlr. Tho drill nnd exer
cises will bo conducted by olllcers of tho American Legion. Accommoda
tions nro nvnllnble for n thousand women, who will bo recruited from all
parts of the country.
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Reno and the Dicks Don't Agree
Madeleine Forco Astor Dick la
ngnln In tho limelight. Her first bus
bund wns Ool. John Jacob Astor, who
perished on tho Tltnnlc. She Is now
tho wlfo of William K. Dick of Now
York', lleno, where divorces nro tho
principal industry, says Mrs. Dick hna
taken over a residence there. Tho
Dicks deny thnt dlvorco proceedings
nro In nny way possible, nnd sny they
nro happy, lleno sticks to Its story.
Mndelelno Forco wns first mar
ried In 1011. i Her husbnnd wns old
enough to bo her father, nnd by the
terms of his dlvor'co by his first wife,
Mrs. Avn Willing Astor, n yenr before,
had been forbidden to mnrry ngnln.
Tho Tltnnlc wns lost In April of 1012.
In August of 1012 wns born John
Jncob Astor, tho sixth of his nnmo.
Tho second mnrrlngo took plnco In
Juno of 1018, Thero Is ono son.
Colonel Astor left tho following
bequest for his widow:
"For Mndelelno Tnlmago Forco Astor, n trust fund of 55,000,000, sho
to receive tho Income of such fund for so long during her natural llfo ns sho
shnll remain his widow or In enso of her remnrrlngo then, upon such re
marriage, tho capltnl of this fund shnll go to Wllllnm Vincent Astor."
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Le Jeune Now Heads Marines
Mnj. Gen. John A. I.c.Tcune, who
commnnded tho bccond division, In
which wns Included n brlgnde of ma
rines, hn been nppoluted commniidnnt
of tho United States murine corps by
recess appointment of President Wil
son. Sccictnry Daniels, upon whoso
recommendation tho nppolntnlent was
in rule, announced thnt tho action wns
taken In order to glvo recognition to
tho mnn who figured most prominent
ly nmong murines that miw nctlvo
fighting service In France. Mnj. Gen.
Georgo Harnett, for six yenrs coin
mnndnnt of the corps, Iiiih been re
lieved of duty, although ho had served
only two of tho four years of his sec
Tho unexpected supplanting of
General Ilnriiott, who Is u prominent
flguro in Wnsblngton boclcty anil olll
clnldom, cuiis-ud n sensation second
only to the Diuilels-Sliiis controversy.
Among members of congress onlnlon
Is divided, f.ome Hepuhllcniw ns well ns Democrats, frankly commending Sec
retary Daniels, while others take u contrary vlow.
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Generous Friend of Northwestern I
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Leading Newspaper Circulator of the United 8tates.
James A. Patten of Kviinrton, 111.,
Northwestern university's benefnetor
to tlio extent of $1,500,000, has ter
minated nil olllclnl connections with
tho university by resigning ns presi
dent mid member of tho board of trus
tees. Ho had been nie&ident of tho
board slnco 1017 ami n member since
1005. Doctor Lynn Hnrold Hough,
president of tho university said: "Mr.
Patten wished to resign nt tho time
I wus mado head of tho university,
but was prevailed upon to withdraw
his resignation nnd announced ho
would May another year, His resig
nation was expected because of hla
apparent desire to cut down tho ex
tent of his activities."
Mr. Patten has mado no state
ment, but nu lntimuto nsbocinte, stipu
lating that Ids nnmo must not bo
used, gives this explnnutlou: "Gen
erally speaking, Mr. Patten Is tired of
tho world, tired of Its ceaseless strlfo
and discontent. He lb sixty-eight years old. He said to me just tho other
day: 'I don't know wlmt we're coming to.'"
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