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ROBERT EMMET BURKE.
Democratic Candidate for United States Senator.
UNCLE SAM AFTER
When United States District At
torney Clyno returns from Washing
ton a lot of sensational moves arc
predicted In the three-cornered Inves
ligation of the operations of crooked
political booze grafters. Among the
things reported already aro:
The uppcaranco in Washington of
District Attorney Clyno to confer with
Attornoy General Palmer about whole
Halo Indictment of hotel men, saloon
keepers and olllclal grafters In tho
Tho arrival in Chicago of Chief
Commissioner William Williams from
Washington to investigate charges of
corruption of prohibition agents nnd
of Illegal removals of sevoral million
dollars' worth of whisky from ware
houses. Tho concerted drivo was tho result
of rccont revelations that whisky was
being moved through tho connlvanco
of prohibition agents and policemen.
Tho details of tho wholesale trnlllc
In liquor in Chicago wero revealed
by a scries of articles In The Herald
Grand Jury action which will result
in tho indictment of high government
officials Is expoctod upon tho return
of District Attornoy Clyno. '
That oulclals or agents have re
ceived 20 a caso for each of tho thou
sands of cases of whisky that has
been moved through tho streets and
sold over bars is ono of tho charges
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Tho trnlllc has netted hundreds of
thousands to bootleggers, It is said.
Comlssloner Williams told Special
Agents Frank Illchnrdson, A. I. Mad
den und Herbert Lucas Monday that
no olllclal is too big or too high to be
brought under their scrutiny.
It was asserted that tho appoint
ment of Italph Stono to succeed Capt.
Howard wnB only temporary.
Frank Illchardson, u special agent
v.lio luui mada many successful In
vestigations during the past eight
months, has been mentioned as his
Illchardson was sent to Chicago
fioni Washington and through his ef
forts a score of big tax dodgers wore
forced to disgorgo. Ho Is said to bo
ono of tho cleverest Investigators In
MILLER CLERK OF
THE CIRCUIT COURT
Colonel August W. Miller has mado
n splendid record as Clork of tho
Circuit Court nnd ho deserves re
oloctlon. Colonol Miller Is u candidate for
renomlnatlon at tho hands of his fol
low Republicans, nnd all lovers of
good government nnd peoplo who bo
ltcvo In rewarding faithful public
norvlco should vote for him.
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tions, which result in busv signals
to other subscribers who may
want to get one or both of these
At large 'William E. Mason, Rsp.
Richard Yates, Rep.
1 'Martin B. Madden, Rep.
2 Mames R. Mann, Rep.
3 William W. Wilson, Rep.
1 John W. Ralney, Dent.
5 Adolph J. Sabath, Dem.
6 Mames McAndrews, Dem.
7 Nlels Juul, Rep.
, 8 Thomas Gallagher, Dem.
S Fred A. Britten, Rep.
10 Carl R. Chlndblom, Rep.
11 lra C. Copley, Rep.
12 'Charles E. Fuller, Rep.
13 John C. McKenzle, Rep.
14 'William J. Graham, Rep.
15 'Edward J. King, Rep.
'16 CIITford Ireland, Rep.
.17 Frank L. 8mlth, Rep.
l18 'Joseph G. Cannon, Rep.
f19 'William B. McKlnley, Rep.
20 'Henry T. Ralney, Dem.
21 'Loren E. Wheeler, Rep.
r22 'William A. Rodenberg. Rep.
23 'martin o. Foster, Dem.
4 'Thomas 8. Williams, Rep.
25 'Edward E. Denlson, Rep.
TIMOTHY E. CROWE
DATE FOR RECORDER
Timothy .1. Crowe, candidate for tho
democratic nomination for recorder,
Is 48 yenrs of age, married, has four
children and resides at 5825 Washing
ton blvd. Received common nnd high
school education. After leaving school
engaged in tho real cstato business on
his own account nnd In 1004 entered
tho employ of Mills & Co., u real
ostato firm, as their export valuator.
Ilcmnlned with Mills & Co. until 1911,
when ho resigned for a position in
tho claims department of tho Chica
go City Railways. Resigned in 1011
to accept appointment by the county
clerk as Assistant Chief Clerk of the
Tax Extension Department, having
TIMOTHY J. CKOWE.
Popular Candidate for the Democratic
Nomination for Recorder.
chargo of tho preparation of all war
rants for tho collection of general
taxes In Cook county, u work requir
ing an expert knowledge of ronl estate
locations and descriptions. Resigned
this position In 1915 to becomo stato
bank oxamlnor. In which capacity ho
served until 1017, nnd in that year
returned to the county clork'H olllca
as Chief Clerk of tho ncdomptlon
Department. Tho head of this de
partment must have u very complete
understanding of tho laws nortalnluc
to titles, taxes and tnx titles and tho i
records provo that tho work of this
ofllco during Mr. Crowo's term was
performed In a manner highly satis
factory to all concerned. Itemalncd
with tho county clerk until 1010, when
ho was appointed chief clork to tho
county tieusurcr, which position he
ROBERT E. BURKE'S
Robert E. Hurko, whoso potltlou
signed by 2,000 democratic voters has
been filed as a candidate, for United
States sountor has announced his plat
form In nn address to tho votors of
Illinois. Ho says that;
Ho Ih opposed to tho Lcnguo of Na
tions. Ho favors tho Indopondonce of Iro
land and tho sott-dotormlnntlon ot
every small nation on oaitli.
He bollovcs In Jailing the prnllteors
In order to reduco tho high cost ot
Ho Ih n frlond ot organized labor.
Although a total abstainer himself,
ho Is against prohibition and wants
tho lSth Amendment ropealcd. Ho be
lieves In porsonnl llborty.
He bcllovos In Increasing tho salaries
of postal employos.
Ho bellovos In giving ovory soldlor,
sailor and mnrlno In tho lato war a
Ho believes In tho freedom of tho
Ho points to tho fact that ho was
olected delegato at largo to tho Demo
cratic National Convention on nn nntl
Wilson platform four years ago. That
ho was tho only dolognto In tho con
vention to voto ngalnst Wilson nn.1
that ho Is proud of thnt voto now moro
Charles Molltor, a recognized leader
In tho machinery trade, Is one of Chi
cago's leading and moat reliable busi
ness men His name Is honored
wherever he Is known.
Wnril. nifrtrd 1020. Holdover.
1 J. J. Cpuehlln, D M. Kenna, D.
2 . R. Jackson, H.U Jl. Anderson, It.
3 U. S. Schwartz, U.I. !! I'asamore, It.
J A. Hichort, D.T. A. Hocnn, D.
6 Jl. J. Mulcahy, D.J.B.McDonoURh.D.
C C. 13. Eaton, It.. A.A.MCormlck, It.
7 a. Guernsey, 11.. W. It. Fetzor, It.
8 M. S. Kurman, D.H.A.Woodhull, .
9 S. W. dovlcr, D..O. Mddorom, It.
10 J. McNIcholB. D. Frank Klaus. D.
11 Ij, Itutkownkl, D.Vno. to be niled.
13 J. a. Home, D..S. O. Shatter, h. i
14 J. H. Smith. D..O. M. Maypole, D. .
u u. ii. unon, H...1.U. j. uainai. u.
16 J.A.Plotrowskl.D.S. II. Kun, D.
ii a o.HiKowiait,ua.rtuaniKiowio, u.
18 M.P.Kavanagh.D.John J. Tuohy. U.
10 jr. B. Uowler, O..John Powers, D.
20 M. Franz, D Henry h. Flok, D.
21 C. J. A Know, It.. Horsey Crowe, D.
22 U C. Klein. D. ..Math.tllbbeler, n.
23 W. P. Stetten, n.T. O. Wallace. R.
24 J. Haderlaln. D..Jas. Dorney, It.
26 F. .1. Mnk. II.... H. D. canltaln, It.
20 T. it. Csapers, D.Wm. F. Llppg. H.
27 C. Jensen, D IJ. It. Armltoge, II.
28 M.AdamowBkl, D.C. F. Smith, D.
29 T. F. nyrne, D..J. F. Kovarlk, D.
30 W. It. OToole. D..la. F. Burns, It.
31 T. F. Moran, fa..Scott.M. HoRan, It.
32 J. II. Lyle, R....A. J. Fisher, It.
33 A.O Anderson, It.J. P. aarnox, It.
34 .1. Toman, U J.os.O.Kostner. D.
36 T. J. Lynch, D...John s. Clark, D.
AldorniGii throughout tho city, re
KtinlloHH of politics, nro giving aid to
Aldernmn Wllllntn It. Fetzor's cam
paign for the Itcpublicnn nomination
I for Jiidgo of tho .Municipal Court. Tho
niuno of tho two-term alderman nnd
former iiBHlstunt stato'a attorney np
peurH tenth on the Itcpublicnn pri
Alderman Fetzer Is n council leader.
Hi! Ih chairman of the public health
committees nnd a momber of tho
llnnnco nnd other Important commit
teen, nnd Is recognized n ono of tho
most populnr and elllclcnt membcru of
the city council.
Aldernmn Kctzcr wn born In Ot
tuwn, HI., and hits lived In CIiIcoko
twenty-four yearH. Ho Ih married nnd
IIvch nt C342 University avenue. Ho
Is a grndunto of the Ottawa public
hcIiooIb, attended the University of
Illinois for two years, nnd graduated
from tho Northwestern University
with the degrco of LUD. He has
practiced law in Chlcngo for twenty
yrnrs. He wnf assistant stntc'B at-
Alderman William R. Fetzer's Name
Is Tenth on the Republican Pri
mary Ballot, Where He Is Seeking
the Nomination for Judge of the
torucy troni 1000 to 10111, and was
elected alderman from tho Seventh
ward In 1017 and hns served continu
ously hi the council since then.
'Alderman Fetzer Is n member ot
tho Chlcngo liar Association, the Illi
nois Stnto Har Association, tho Law
yers' Association, is n Mason of high
rank and wide connections, Is a mem
ber of Chicago Lodge No. I, II. P. O.
Elks; Woodlawn Purk Lodge, I. O. O.
l'; Onawa Trlbo, I. O. ed Men; tho
Woodlawn Park Club, the Chicago
Automobile Club and the Woodlawn
IIiihIucsh Men's Association.
Alderman Fetezr's public record
has been generally couimouded by tho
press and tho public.
As 'chairman of the public health
conunltteo ho madu a long and force
ful light for the reduction of the high
cost of living. lie led a Chicago civic
and olllclal delegation to Washington
lust January and appeared before the
joint conunltteo on ugi (culture and
forestry of tho United States Con
giess In urging protection for tho peo
plo against piotlteors.
Alderman l-'etzer has been a con
sistent advocato of n tag day for po
llcomcu and llremcn.
"Ono of tho first thlngH that chal
lenged my attontlon when I entered
thy council," said Alderman Totzer
today, "was tho low sahules paid to
ti ty employes, particularly policemen
"I porslstontly fought for hotter
salaries for city employes during my
two terms In olllco as nldormun. I
worked haul as a menibor of tho
finance committee tor bettor pay for
"During thj consideration of tho
1020 budget by tho city council. I in
tioduced an amondmont increasing
ward appropriations for ash and gar
bage removal to tho oxtont of $800,
000, which was passed."
Secretary ot State Louis L. Emmor
son 1b making a fine rocord and many
friends by the nblo and efficient man
ner In which bo conducts his great
Maurice T. culler ton Is much re
spected as a loader In labor circles.
CANDIDATES FOR LEGISLATURE.
(Continued from page 1.)
South .Michigan avenue; Charles W.
Unldwln, C35S Evans nvenuo; Georgo
F. Fitzgerald, G030 Harper nvenuo;
John James Mnnn, C238 Evans avc
into; Itobert C. Hardy, 1008, South
Michigan avenue; Joseph Edward
Hangs, C018 Klmbark avenue.
Democratic Michael L. Igoe, 5134
Cornell avenue; Charles M. Hanly, 310
East r.oth place; John 1 Honly, C120
Rhodes nvenuo; Andrew 1 Coleman,
1510 East 53th fitrect.
Socialist Abo Unsonn, C03 East 13d
Republlcnn Emll A. W. Johnson,
2131 Potwyno plnco; Ralph E. Churcli,
C17 Haven street, Evnnston; Ceorgo
Seobnehor, 1222 Montana street.
Democratic -Robert E. Wilson, 1023
Oreenvlow nvenuo; James 11. I'ruw
ley, 1438 Addison street.
Socialist Lewis W. Hardy. Mil
Republican Howard P. Castle, Har
rington; Arthur A. Huebsch, Ilrook
Held; Albert F. Volz, Arlington
Heights; Alfred Van Steenberg, Inn
sing; Ocoigo W. Cnrr, 030 South 15th
uNcnue, Muywood; William F. Prop
per, 340 Lincoln avenue, Dolton; John
T. Emory, 0430 South 54th avenue,
Democratic John W. McCarthy,
Socialist William Van Hodegrnven,
Republican David E. Sbanahun,
115 South Deal bom street; Alexander
W. KnlfttH, 2321 South Sacramento
Democratic Joseph Plncek, 2317
South Kedzle avenue; Tlionuis A.
Doyle, 3510 Lowo nvenuo; Stovo L.
Superczynskl, 3230 South Morgan
fitrcct; Edward J. Callahan, 3148 West
3Sth street; Frank Tomporowskl, 2341
South Whipple street; John J. Fru
zynn, 3041 West 22d street.
Republican William 11. Cruden,
10201 Wallace street; Edwurd D.
Lucius, 7520 Stewart avenue; Philip
M. Clclsler, 000 West 7l8t street;
Jackson M. Evans, 374 West 72d
street; Calvin T. Weeks, 5511 South
Troy street; lien S. Jensen. 8043
South Ada street.
Democratic Frank J. Ryan, CS28
lllshop Btreet; Ueorgo W. O'Nell, 5S10
South Mnrshllcld avenue; Edwmd A.
Kelly, "70S Union avenue; Peter J.
Gibbons, 0312 South Murshllcld uve
nue. Socialist Henry Oroenler, 0147
South .May street.
Republican C. A. Young, 7531 Coles
avenue; ChnrlcH W. Moore; 11407
Michigan avenue; llonfer J. Smith,
1523 East GOtli place; Clotthard A.
Pnhlborg, 147 East 11th street; Fred
M. Cogswell, S040 Exchnngo avenue.
Democratic James W. Ryan, 7313
Socialist Harold O. Fotsberc, 212
West 113th street.
Republican Thomas Cumin, 202J
South Raclno avenue.
Democratic Peter F. Smith, 1C0S
South Union avenue; Joseph Perlnu,
1S0O Flsk street.
Socialist John Joseph Jollnek,
1020 Hluo Island avenue.
Republican Edward J. Smojkal, GOO
Hunker street; Peter Fosco, 830 Oil
Democratic -Jacob W. Epstein, 113.!
Newborry avenue; Charles Coin, SI"
Forquer street; James M. Elliott,
1302 West 15th btreet; Carmen Vacco,
1305 West Harrison street; George
J Johnson, S32 West Polk street.
Socialist Moses J. Herman, 145G
West Polk street.
Republican Solomon P. Roderick
3310 Douglas boulevard; Charles V.
Muilnlor, 2031 Warren nvenuo; Kd
ward J. Corny, 1017 South Austin
bcultivaid, Cicero; John Lehman, 1540
South Kenneth avenue; Thomas 1)
ritzgurald, 2033 Warren avenue; Al
bert It. Schneider. 210 South Fran
cisco nvenuo; Call P. Graff, 3500
Democratic -James T. Prendorgnst
4120 Washington boulowird,
Socialist II. W. Harris, 3722 Fer
Republican Thomas A. Ilroik
mayor, 1537 Noith Irving nvonuo
.lames E. McLaughlin, 1523 Wlckor
Park avonuoj William G. Tlion, 2210
Coitey. street; Edward M. Ovorlnud,
3228 Hlrsch street; Georgo C dolor,
1150 Ninth Francisco avenue; John (
Slack, 1035 Enrol nvenuo; Rudolph
C. Wolchbiodt, 1107 South Euclid
avenue, Oak Park; Martin Woln
bergor, 1001 North Westorn avenue
Democratic -- Thomas P. Kenne,
2705 Iowa stieet; William 11. I.ennon
1311 Noith Waller avenue.
Socialist William Mack, 1320 Noith
Republican Theodore It. Stolneit
2112 Powell nvenuo; Charles L. Field
stack, lOlti Noith Hauling avenue,
James II. McFarlaud, 1703 Manor live
mio; II. William Krojcl, 1412 North
Aers nvonuo; Frank P. Cavlo.el
251S North Kcdzlo nvonuo; John
Paul, lull Noith Kimball avenue
John P. Reiiius, 2158 Noith Lotus
uonuo; James J. MacDonnld, G720
Democratic John O. Jncobson, 1010
North Irving nvenuo; Georgo Paul
ben, 2822 Wellington streot; John
Tomnszowskl, 3110 North Kimball
aenuo; Richard J. Frost, 3038 Noith
I.awndalo nvenuo; Edward E. Kill
ehowskl, 1022 Mllwnukeo nvenuo.
Socialist Wnltor Schuth, 331S
North Klldaro nvonuo.
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Republlcnn Edward Wnlz, Cll
West Iake stieet; Thaddeus Kot
low ski, 002 Fay street.
Democratic Joseph Potlnk, 1CO0
West North avenue; James M. Don
Ir.n, 1005 West Madison street; Jo
seph A. Trandel, 1333 Julian street;
Adam Xywlckl, 700 Milwaukee ave
nue. Socialist Daniel Ludwlg, 1435 Og
Itcpublicnn John R. Peterson, 111
Lorrnbeo street; John T. Joyce, 227
West Onk street; Louis Ructhllug,
1230 North Wells street; William F.
Peters, 1011 Rush street; F. G. Wood
cock, IS West Chestnut street; Will
lam It. Lloyd, 021 Sedgwick street;
Andrea Fllpl, 353 Hill street.
Democratic Ilornnrd J. Conlon, 103
East Chicago avenue; Uiurenco C.
O'llrlen, 1210 North Deurborn street;
James II. Day, 1110 North Franklin
Socialist Walter W. Rlhl, 50 West
Republican Carl Mueller. 2142 Lin
coln Park West; James A. Stevens,
24 IS North Clark street; SlglHiuund
V. Fischer, 317 Stnrr street; George
Hoppe, Jr., 1022 Sedgwick street;
George A. Wllllston. 1245 Early ave
nue. Democratic Frank J. Self. Jr., 1520
Orchnrd stieet; Harry L. Nelles, 1811
North Paik nvenuo; Edwurd J.
Flynn, 152S North La Salle street;
Georgo J. CnsHldy, 4310 Kenmoro
Socialist Maxwell II. Mason, 3322
ROBERT E. WILSON
Popular Democratic Representa
tive Should Be Sent Back to
Springfield From the
Robert E. Wilson deserves ro-elec-Hon
to the legislature from tho
Sixth district. Ho is u sterling
democrat and an able man. His
record In the legislature has been
honorablo and of bonolit to tho peoplo
of his district.
Popular Democratic Representative In
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Who Deserves Renomlnatlon.
His Peerless Record As Sanitary
Trustee Entitles Him to
One of tho best men to hold tho
position of Sanitary Trustco was
Thomas M. Sullivan. Ills record ns a
member of tho board was abovo re
proach. Ho Is honest, nblo and nggros
slve. Thomas At. Sullivan deserves elec
Iiop as a candidate for trusteo of tho
Snnitaiy District of Chicago.
Ills former iccord on tho ooard is a
sulllclent guarantee of his ability und
As chairman of tho engineering
committee during his former term ho
placed 22,000 arc lamps In tho streets
Ho turned the first shovelful of dirt
on the Sag Channel nnd labor was
given almndnnco of work whllo ho
r.' chairman of the committee.
Ills work was of n progressive char
acter and tho different committees of
'lomeii, both Democrats and Repub
licans, who made a study of his rec
ord und attended nil meetings have
often testified to his efficiency and ox
pert knowledge ot Sanitary District
Mr. Sullivan is an ardent advocato
of u deep wutcrwuy to tho Gulf. Ho
believes that tho land owned by tho
Llctrlct along tho North Snore and
its channel to Lockport and, incl
dcnnlly to Starved Rock, should bo
mod for building a boulovard to re
lievo the congestion on our streets.
Ho is known as an export on tho
very complicated question of sowago
VOTE FOR STEFFEN
Walter P Stoffen, who has mado
one of tho best aldermen Chlcngo ever
had, Is u candidate for Judge of tho
Ho should bo nominated und elected.
Lieutenant Martin Mullen Is mak
ing a line leeord in tho Detective
the Sixth District Who Deserves