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.d u 8d C1u Mttttr October
s .11), at th to( ORH at Chicago, lit 1
ocm, uadtr Ai- -t Mareb I, 18JS.
E3"rnilSHED OCTOBER S, 1889
oryortud U4r th Laws of Illinois
rmnd4 br HRMHT r DONOVAN,
The Chicago Eagle, a newspaper
for all classes of readers, Is devoted
to National. State and Local Pol
Itlcst to the publication of 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.
merclal and Political.
SATURDAY, AUGUST 14, 1920.
THE "BOOST CHICAGO" BUNK.
H Is wonderful how well Chicago
got along before some of the out of
town promote who hae been pass
ing the hat to "boost Chicago" started
lo get in their work. This "boost Chi
cago" is a good thing for sign board
owners but so far as Chicago Is con
cerned she and her 3 million peoplo
are getting along pretty well. Thank
GREAT BOULEVARD PLAN OUT
LINED BY WACKER.
If tt proposed project of tho Chi
cago plan commission is carried out
the city will have a now boulovard
system running through tho western
forest preserves along tho Dcsplalnca
liver and bolting the municipality.
Tho plan was outlined by Charles
II. Wnckor, head of tho commission,
In a letter to .Michael J. Kuliorty,
president of tho hoard of local Im
provements. The houlevnrd, beginning at Rogers
avenue and the lake, would hold tho
following course: Thorndnle, Kim
dale, Peterson nnd Rogers avenues,
the abandoned P.altlmoro and Ohio
right-of-way along tho old Indian
boundary line, along tho nosplnlues
liver to tho south Indian boundary
lino nnd thenco to tho lake at Ktlth
Mr. Wackor said details of tho plan
would bo submitted as soon ns pos
Peoplo who own browory property
had better hold on to It.
In llo years they will bo selling
Lcor In Grocery stores, drug stores
and at soda fountains.
Tho saloons will not como back.
Hut beer will.
It will not bo called "near" beer.
It will bo called "beer" because
that Ih tho moro popular name.
This beer will bo non-nlcohollc, and
its popularity as "near beer" is
The name "near" will bo dropped.
And the great multitude of peoplo
who like hops and malt and tho tasto
of their product will bo happy.
This non-Intoxicating beverage will
cost less to make than the old tlmo
And brewery property will mnko
greater fortunes for Its owners than
Automoblllats who flash their
"bright lights" In the eyes of pedes
trians and other autolsts cause most of
the auto accidents
Secretary of State Louis L. Smmsr
son Is maklnc a fine record and many
friends by the able and efficient man
ner fn which ho conducts his great
Norroslders nro proud of tho Cam
rt Palaco Garden. Its beauty Is well
worth seeing and Itn talented enter
tainers get rounds of well deserved
Sheriff Charles W. Peters is mak
ing a mont excellent record. No scan
dal has attached to his ofllce, and
bench, bar and the public commend
Paul II. Wledel, tho ablo and cour
teous chief clerk of the board of as
sosors. la ono ot the most capable
and highly respected publlo officials In
Cook county. Ho Is a llvo wire In the
cause ot good public service.
Otto Rice, the popular secretary and
manager of the Quick Service Laun
dry Company, would make a splendid
West Park commissioner. He Is pub
llo spirited and popular, and baa the
good wisbee of his fallow ciUiens.
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Popular Republican Candidate for
Mr. Joyce who has tho support of
the solldest and most influential
people, lives at 227 W. Oak street.
Ho was born, raised and educated In
tho district and served In tho United
States Navy during the recent world
war. He stands for the repeal of tho
Emmett Whoalan la making a splon
did iccord ns a member of tho County
Board of Commissioners. Ho Is a
veteran Chicago printer who stands
high with everybody In the trade and
ob n public official is winning frlonds
Don't put. your money on out-of-town
boosting schemes. Just spend il In
Chicago with Chicago people.
Francis J. Houlihan, ablo and popu
lar attorney, with olllcca In tlio Con
tinental & Commercial Rank building,
is often mentioned for Judgo.
DENNIS J. EGAN,
Popular Democratic Leader nnd Bail
iff of the Municipal Court.
Edmund T. Porklns, the well known
engineer, Is a progressive Chlcacoau
with a national reputation In his pro
fession. W. F. Curamlngs, tho woll known
engineer nnd contractor, has made n
flno record. His work is praised all
over tho country.
Joseph F. Haas has always made
a good public rocord. Ho Is a m&n
of the people.
Fletcher Dobyns, the popular mas
ter In chancery, Is at the forefront
in every movemont for tho better
ment of Chicago.
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Representative In the Twenty-ninth
stato public utilities act, which will
give all of the cities in Illinois tho
right of homo rule. He stands for
personal liberty and tho repeal of
tho search and seizure act. Ho is at
present In tho employ of the city,
assigned to the corporation counsel's
CharlCB E. Tlmroth, tho popular
president of tho Tlmroth Trucking Co.
would mnkn a good County Commis
sioner. His nomination would mean
P. O. Jacobson, of tho well known
Rollanco DIo and Stamping Company,
Is ono of Chicago's most successful
business men and publlc-splrltod citi
zens. Charles Krutckorr is one of the
most popular racmbors of the Board
of Assessors. Ho always looks ftor
tho people 's Interests.
Androw J. Ryan Is ono of tho ablest
and most highly respected lawyers
Domlnlck Marublo is n lender In
tho teaming nnd transfer business of
Chicago. Ho has built up his big
business by strict attention to tho
needs nnd wishes of his many pat
rons. Adam Ortsclfcn, ono of tho best ot
Chicago's City Treasurers, would
mnko a good Stato Treasurer.
Sheriff Charles W. Pctors Is mak
lnc a good rornrd.
Coroner Potor M. Hoffman In one
of tho most popular public ofllclals In
Being an oxpert on improvements
for tho city ot Chicago is n highly
romuneratlvo calling as indicated by
a, report to tho council flnanco com
mltteo giving $97,701 ns tho sum which
tho city has pnld to building, real
ostato, and legal exports in tho last
S. P. Messlngor has done much for
Chicago In furnishing tho peoplo with
a flue lot ot flrst-class restaurants.
Louis J. Beban, tho well known
lawyer and popular master In chanc
ery, Is frequently mentioned for a
placo on the Superior Boncb. Every
one who knows him believes that he
would make a fine judge.
Peter Relnborg has saved millions
for tho peoplo as president of tho
Robert R. JampoRa would make a
the City of Chicago.
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Hiking one width for each leg,
Strings W"io attached .mi the
The back hud to be covered, no, as
took u straight piece of bin lap, haped
was n plitiue iim artist could paint, but
Senator Ashurst's $8,000 Book
Senator Henry F. Ashurst of Ari
zona Is u law.-!' Mini bus been lum
berjack, cowboy, clerk, cashier, report
er, Justice of the peace, district attor
ney nnd spenkcr of the legislature.
So he's hud u iliance to learn by ex
perience. On his desk In the hcnnlo olllco
building lies an SS.IHM) bonk. The book
Is entitled "Hni-yclopi'dlii of (Ireat
Men." When the senator first arrived
In Washington an energetic solicitor
convinced him Unit It was bis duty to
part with u pholegraph nnd !?1-". The
photograph, ilimg with u biography,
was to appear In the encyclopedln, and
L'il' IH'2 ij,s il-' '.! -Oil Ulu 1 vo1"
nines tliaf w'oiihl compHM' the -vt.
The senator "fell" for It, mid lif
ter it long lapse he received one vol
ume, the only mu he ever got. On
the page preceding his pboiogrnph
was the likeness nf u well-known Row
cry burteniler: mi the page succeed
ing It was the sly vl-nge of u "wildcat" oil promoter. And herein lies the moral:
Vhoneor unniio npproaclies the Arizona senator with u "get-rleh-ipiIcK"
scheme, r strlMs to borrow money he Is met with u polite "no."
Thereupon Is entered In the lly sheets of that historic volume the sum
of money suveil.
Suffrage and a "Woman Over 21"
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"The other icason wh Miters should be allowed to say merely that they uro
'more than twenty-one' Is purely commercial.
Krassin: "Bourgeois Bolshevist"
Leonid llorlstivltch Krassin, who
came Into the public's attention when
be went to London this summer us
bead of u commission to negotiate the
reopening of trade ichitlous between
soviet Russia and the outside world
liiis been one of the few "moderates."
to be given a place of responsibility
In the soviet governmental machinery,
and bus been characterized us u
For engaging In a students" dein
onstrutlon Kiussln was expelled from
the Petrograd Technological Institute,
Subsequently be engaged In a num
ber of plots against the carlst regime,
but continued to advance In his pro
fession, that of an electrical engineer.
Following the bolshovlst coup of
October, 11117, Krassin wuw offered a
seat In the ministry, which he declined,
as he thought Leulne's adventure ton
risky and bis theories too sweeping.
Rut bis relations with I.enlno wero
cordial nnd be uecouipanleil I.enlno and Trotzky when they went to Urest
Lltovsk to negotiate ihe treaty with Oermany.
Judge Landis: Ruined Sportsman
law. And wpuld
A llsh hog. All I
Mill believe l,
want Is tho frying
Being national clinlrmuii of the
Demoirulle women might tnUe nil of
mine women' time, hut what do you
think Mr-'. (Ii'iirgo Raxs 1ms been doing
lictweii nicetlnj.'S Mini speeches? Milk
ing pantalettes for her pet cowl'
Cushioned of burlap, tied ut tho
bottom of tin1 legs mid hooked over
Dolly's backbones, the pantnlettei
weio deigned to keep the tiles off
Doll.. And why wouldn't they?
The week before Mrs. llass left
for San rninclsco, whole she was gen
ernlNvlmo of the Democratic women's
political iiclMtlcs, sbo llted her
fnrin ut Manitowoc, Wis. She was
met with the news that Dolly wasn't
doing M'ry well, gave little or no milk,
nnd wus u nervous wreck, because of
Mis. Ilass, who In her political
experience has learned to produce u
panacea for nil troubles, hurried to
look ut Dolly, rusheil ore to buy mump,
she stitched up the pantalettes for tho
garment could be tied about the cow's
the eiatlle Mr.s. llass tells It, "I Just
It n little, anil tied that on. and Dolly
nt least u comfortuble cow."
Mls Mono Young (iiortrnlt here
wltli) of the former Nufloiml Amerl
cnu Women's SiilTrugo iio-ocliitluii
now the I.enguo of Women Voters
saH a woman's ugo Is entirely her
own ulTnlr, so much so that even Uncle
Sam should keep hands oil". This
opinion Is expressed following the re
fusal of Mrs. Helen Hill McCarter of
Kiiimis City to stole her exact ago tit
the reglstrutlou polls, nnd her state
ment that she also would light to make
It possible for women voters to glo
their linos us "more than twenty-one."
Mrs. McCnrlcr, who is u political
leader in the middle Vest, wus u dele
gate from Kansas. Hers was the
honor of uililrosNlng tho Republican
"There ore two good reasons why
men mid women should not bo re
quired to give their ugo ut tho polls,
snys Miss Young. The llrst Is that
any woman's ugo Is a personal mutter.
Judge Kenesaw Mountain Landla
of the United Suites District court,
Chicago, Is a ruined mini. Ho ad
"WIint'H tho champion flsh story
this year?" ho was asked on his re
turn from Hurt hike, Michigan, where
be has been spending the summer with
"Fishing 1" shouted the Judge,' thro,w
lug u bushel of unopened letters to tho
lloor. "Fishing. It's bully, but I'm
ruined us a llshennun, Somebody
scut out n story shortly nftur I ur
rived ut Hurt lake that I had caught
iiS wall-eyed pike In ono day,
"Well, you know, ten's tho limit.
Slnco then I hao received more than
8,(KK) letters from sportsmen nil over
the country. They have called me a
"lish hog," u rotten sport, mid every
disreputable name they could Invent.
Editorials have been written advocat
ing my Indictment for breaking the
only caught live llsh that day. I'm not
pan full ut meal time.
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COLONEL B. A. ECKHART.
Highly Respected Merchant-Miller Who is a Leader In the Financial, Com
mercial and Political Life of Chicago.
THE CITY COUNCIL
Tho Btondlng committees for tho
years 1D20 and 1921 nro as follows,
with tho first namo given in each caso
ns tho chairman:
Finance RIchert, Schwartz, McCor
mlck, Fetzer., AVoOdhull.Ccrmnk, May
polo, Crowe, Wallace, Capltaln, Llpps,
C. F. Smith, Mornn, Fisher, A. O. An
derson, Kostnor, Clark.
Local Transportation Schwartz, L.
D. Anderson, McDouough, Guornsoy,
McXIchols, Shaffer, J, II. Smith, Ilson,
Wnlkowlnk, Bowlor, Franz, 'Wnllaco,
Capltaln, Llpps, Byrne, Fisher, Garner,
Revenue, Compensation and Elec
tions Cormnk, Konnn, L. B. Ander
son, T. A. Hognn, McDonough, Eaton,
Klnuu, Home, J. II. Smith, Olson,
Bowler, Crowe, Link, Llpps, Jensen,
C. F. Smith, Kovurlk, S. M. Hogan,
Railway Terminals Llpps, Mulcn-
hy, Eaton, Guernsey, McNIchols, Cor
mnk, Homo, Maypole, Kunz, Vnlko
wink, Tuohy, Bowler, Wallace, Dor
noy, Capltaln, Kovnrlk, A. O. Ander
son. Gnu, Oil and Electric Light Lynch,
T. A. Hognn, Fetzer, Furmnn, Mc
NIchols. Ccpnk, Home, Knlndl, Wal
kowiak, Bowler, Agnow, Hndcrlcln,
Link, Armltngo, Adnmowskl, O'Toolo,
Local IndtistrloB Fisher, T. A. Ho
gnn, McDonough, Maddcrom, Klaus,
Horne, J. II. SiniTTi, Olscn, Adam
klowlcz, Kavnnagh, Powers, Hlbbcl
or, Stoffon, Hndcrloln, Cnspers, Byrne,
O'Toolo, Kostnor, Clnrlc.
Judiciary Olscn, L. B. Andorson,
Pnssmoro, Schwartz, Eaton, Fetzer,
Guernsey, Wnlkowlnk, Stoffen, S. M.
Hognn, Lylo, Kostncr, Lynch.
StreotH nnd Alloys Toman, Cough
lln, L. B. Anderson, Mulcnhy, Govler,
Rutkowskl, Ccpak, Adamklowlcz, Tuo
hy, Flck, Agnow, Klein, Dornoy, Jen
son, Adnmowskl, Kovnrlk, Mornn.
Buildings nnd City Hall Kostncr,
Jackson, Pnssmoro, T. A. Hognn, Mul
cnhy, Maaddcrom, Klaus, Copak, Shaf
fer Kalndl, Plotrowskl, Kavnnngh,
Powers, Flck, HIbboler, Adaraowskl,
S. M. Hogan.
Harbors, Wharves and Bridges
Woodhull, Konna, Maddcrom, Rut
kowskl, Shaffer, Plotrowskl, Powors.
Agnow, Hlbblor, Hndcrloln, Caspors,
ensen.J Mornn, Lylo, Gnrnor.
License J. II. Smith, Coughlln,
RIchert, Furman, Govler, Horan,
Knlndl, Kunz, Adamklowlcz, Franz,
Klein, Wallace, C. F. Smith, O'Toolo,
Schools, Flro nnd Civil Service
Clark, Coughlln, Jackson, Maddcrom,
Horan, Kalndl, Plotrowskl, Kava
nagh, Flck, Klein, Link, Armitago,
Publlo Health Fetzer, Konna, Jack
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Popular Proprietor of the
son, McCormlck, Furmnn, Rutkowskl,
Horan, Cnspers, Armltage, Burns, A.
O. Andorson, Kunz, Kavanagh, Pow
Track Elovntlon Maypole, Cough
lln, Pnssmoro, Mulcnhy, Govler, Mc
NIchols, Cormnk, Tuohy, Flck, Crowe,
Klein, Jensen, Moran.
Police nnd Municipal Courts Stef
fen, Pnssmoro, McDonough, Eaton,
Guernsey, Furmnn, Klnus, Rutkowskl,
Ccpnk, Maypole, Kunz, Franz, Agnow,
Dornoy, C. F. Smith, Byrne, A. O. An
derson. Efllclcncy, Economy and Rehabilita
tion McCormlck, RIchert, Woodhull,
Shaffer, Stoffen, Link, Cnspers, Burns,
Fisher, Gnrnor, Clark.
Parks, Playgrounds and Beaches
Govior, Kcnnn, Jackson, Plotrowskl,
HIbboler, Hndcrlcln, Kovnrlk, Burns,
Gns Litigation Capltaln, Schwartz,
Rlchort, McCormlck, Woodhull, Crowe,
Living Costs Adnmowskl, Horan,
Adamklowlcz, Tuohy, Dornoy, Armlt
ngo, Byino, S. M. Hognn, Lylo.
Aviation Link, Guernsey, Maypole,
Dixon C. Williams, tho well knows
manufacturer, doonrvos woll at the
hands of tho Democratic party. He '
a mm leador.
County Commissioner Amort Nownk
bns mndo a splendid publlo record
slnco his election to tho county board.
Ho is nlways looking after tho inter
ests of tho peoplo ns his votes provo.
Ills constituents aro proud ot blm and
woll satisfied with his record.
Charles R. Corbctt, tho popular
cashier of tho Century Trust & Sav
ings Bank is n public spirited citizen
who is nlways boosting Chicago and
holplng to ndvnnco tho prosperity ot
Judge Frank Johnston, Jr., la mak
ing a fine record on the Circuit Ceart
Charles E. Ummach, president ot
the well known R, Williamson Com
pany, Is one of Chicago's progressiva
citizens who la always working bard
for the upbuilding ot the city, and
the advancement of Its Interest. He
stands high with everybody who
E. A, Wangorsholm, President of
tho General Lighting Fixture Co.,
with offlcos at 28 West Lako street, is
ono of tho most popular business men
in Chicago. Ho Is a booster and Is
always interested in every move
ment to better the city.
Hall and Its Fmou