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wntr4 nd CIM Mttr October 11. 1IM, at th Pott Offlc of Publication,
Omo at Chleiao, Illinois, unaor Act of March J, 1t7f. 17 W. Washington St., Chleato, III.
INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NONE.
Entered it Second CUtt Mottor October 11, ttso, art
Office t Chicago, llllnola, Mndtr Aet of Maroft
TIIIItTY-FIRST YEAR, XO. 50. SWaT ,?&
CHICAGO, SATURDAY, S.EI.'T.KMBEtt. 11, 120.
"fufvmm WHOLE EUMBJSK 1(112
Will Be the Political Windup of Many
Candidates for County Jobs When
Primary Is lver
Fight for States Attorney in Both Big Parties
Is the Hottest Battle of
Noxt Wednesday, September 15,
will ho primary day and Republicans
and Democrats will nominate on that
day tho ticket for stato and county
oIIIcch, and congressional and lcgls
latlvo representatives with which
tlioy will go to tho polls In November.
For United States Senator, llobort
13. Durko Is going to surprlso pcoplo
with tho big voto ho will get for tho
Democratic nomination In Chicago.
Colonel James Hamilton Lowls will
bo nominated by tho Democrats for
Governor by" an overwhelming ma
jority. Attorney General llrundago will bo
renominated by tho Republicans by n
l)Ig majority as ho deserves to bo.
For State's Attornoy on tho Ropub
llcnn sldo tho light for tho nomination
appears to bo between Matchett and
On tho Democratic sldo t!ioi!ghl
botween Igoo und Iloynu is exceed
Following Is a full list of tho"cjin
dldatcs to bo voted for:
County Judgo Edwin A. Olson,
Frank S. Righclmor.
Stato's attorney Itobcrt 13. Crowo,
David F. Matchett, llornard llarusu.
County survoyor Hon II. Suhr, Ed
gar A. llossltor, Harry L. Emmorson.
Hocordor of deeds Josoph F. Haas,
John I. Garnor.
Clork of Circuit court August W.
Miller, Goorgo M. Toboy.
Member of board of rovolow
Charles V. Barrett, William II. Dollon
back. Coronor Harry It. Hoffman, Fetor
M. Hoffman, Dr. Louis C. Sondol.
Clerk of Suporlor court John KJcl
lander, Samuel E. Krlcksou.
Mombors of board of assessors
Adam Wolf, Harry L. Brin, William
II. Wobor, Harry Green.
Trustees sanitary district Wallaco
G. Clark, Goorgo W. I'aulln, Harry F.
Hamlin, Morris Ellor, Aloxander N.
Todd, Lnwronco F. King, Ernest
Golsslor, Fred A. Volona, Gcorgo Ja
cob, John Olson, John F. Hlordan,
William Daloy, Martin Follrath, John
F. Scunlnu, llobort Ishnm Randolph.
Stato's attornoy Maclay Hoyno,
Thomas J. Lynch, Michael L. Igoo,
John K. Murphy, Goorgo McMahon,
Itocordor T. J. Crowo.
Clork of Circuit court Walter J.
La Buy, Frank C. Perkins, Thomas J.
Coronor Mnthlas Allor.
Board of review M. W. Shorldan.
Clork of Suporlor court Charles J.
Mlchal, Thomas J. Currol, Thomas P.
Member board of assessors Ed
ward Cohon, Jamos II. Wolls, Jamos
A. Murphy, Timothy C. Charles, Fred
Trustees sanitary district P. J.
Carr, Mlchaol Rosonborg, Thomas M.
Sullivan, William It. O'Toolo, Josoph
Keofo, William J. Iloonoy, Dennis
County Judgo Francis X. Busch, B.
J. Mahonoy, John E. Owon.
Stato's attorney William II. Cun
uoa. Itocordor Robert II. IIowo.
Clork of Circuit court Albort C.
Clork of Suporlor court Henry E.
Coronor Aaron J. Dubln.
President sanitary district Adolph
Trustoo sanitary district Max
Silverman, John C. Flora, Adolph
Mombors board of assessors Jos
eph Hortlck, John McGlll.
LargMt .Weeklr Circulation Among
4 People of Itftfltnce Mil St&n&if
H I -. ' ' I
Mcmbor board of roviow Frank
County surveyor And ry II. Koll.
To Be Voted on at Primary Elec
tion September 15.
Republican Milton L. Lovlnson,
912 South Mnrshllcld avonuo; Gcorgo
Van Lent, 1I3S West Jackson boule
vard. Democratic John M. Powell, 1729
West Mudlson street; Randall E.
Marshall, 210 South Wood stroot;
J lurry C. Van Norman, 111; South
Hoyno avonuo; Thomas A. Cnntwcll,
219 South Lincoln stroot; Francis A.
Hurloy, 22r3 Warron nvenuo.
Socialist Robort C. Donsmoro, 212
South Hoyno avonuo, Chicago.
Republican Robort W. Schulzo,
Oil 1 South Wostorn avonuo; Charles
J Vyzrnl, 15219 South Hoboy stroot;
John E. Plerco, 40SO South Wolls
Democratic Al F. Gorman, C130
South Morgan street; Frank McDor
mott, 1552 Wost Gnrnold boulevard;
Thomas F. Gordman, 020 West-4Sth
Socialist John F. Krauso, 1953
South Komonsky nvenuo.
Republican (to till vacancy)
Jamos E. MacMurrny, 1932 Uilco Park
nonuo; Ralph W. Condeo, 92S East
10th stroot; D. Logan Loughborough,
1152 E. C2d street.
Democratic Hurry N. StroUBS, 0127
Ropubllcau Jnines J. Barbour, 1408
Junowny torruco; Marshall V. Kcur
noy, 232S Seminary avonuo.
Democratic Gcorgo McIIalo, 2010
Osgood street; William II. Pontow,
1022 Snummordalo avonuo.
Socialist Victor Charles Koohlcr,
1812 Byron stroot.
Ropubllcan Max J. Schmidt, 2720
Indiana nvonuo; Shoudrlek B. Turnor,
21 Eust 2Sth stroot; Jamos T. Brow
Ington, Jr., 3220 Kills avonuo; William
M. Brlnkmnn, 3119 Indiana avonuo;
Bonjamln II. Lucas, 2330 South
Dearborn stroot; Robert W. Lacoy, 00
East 28th Btrcot; Waltor Lunoy, 23G0
nomocrutlc John Grlllln, 2020 In
Socialist Josso Squire, 201 East
Ropubllcan Rogor J. Marcy, 1952
Wost Congress stroot; Charles Muss
men, 2011 West 13th stroot; Francis
M. Tulto, 327 South Ashland boulo
vard; Petor S. Kruiup, 1700 Wash
burno avonuo; William II. Wlschinan,
1757 West Monroe streot.
Democratic1 Frank Ryan, 2139
Wost 13th streot; Sainuol 13. Wolns
honkor, 1107 South Ashland boulo
vard; Tim Tlornoy, 2009 Ogdon avo
nuo; William T. Kolly, 2001 Monroo
streot; James McDormott, 1035 South
Seoloy avonuo; Charlos 13. Sccor, 1905
Warron avonuo; John S. Foley, 2010
Wost Adams streot.
Socialist Harry E. Aldrlch, 1159
Ropubllcan Warron B. Douglas,
520 East 30th streot; Adolbort H.
Roborts, 3105 Calumot avonuo; Wil
liam a. Andorson, 3351 Vornon avo
nuo; Morris Lowls, 3033 Forost avo
nuo; Jamos G. Cottor, 3312 Calumot
avonuo; John T. Epsy, 444 East 35th
stroet; James Hula Portor, 3302
Rhodes avonuo; James Arthur Davis,
3728 Pralrlo nvenuo; Albort Goodman,,
2534 Wontworth avonuo.
Domocrntlc Goorgo Garry Noonan
530 West JIlHt Btrcot; John P. Walsh,
CCO West 31st street.
Sociullst Gcorgo E. Moody, 3025
Republican Emll O. Kowalskl, CO
West 14th street; Artjiur J. Rutshaw,
823 West 10th placo; William C.
Smith, 5201 South Dearborn stroot.
Boniocrntlc Jamos P. Boylo, 01 IS
South Union avonuo; Gcorgo C. Hil
ton, 5110 South Winchester avenuo;
Henry L. Ebollng, 5001 South Ashland
avonuo; Jamos M. Shaughnossy, 5128
South Bishop street; Thomas J.
O'Grady, S35 Wost 51th placo; Josoph
J. Moronoy, 4740 South Throop stroet;
Mlchaol J. O'Connor, 055 West 13d
street; Frank V. Zlntuk, 4311 Archer
Socialist Josoph A. Ambroz, 5007
South Wostorn nvonuo.
Ropubllcan Sldnoy Lyon, 5250
(Continued on pngo 3.)
Aid. Schwartz's ordinance turning
over South Park avonuo fron; Twenty-third
to Twonty-nlnth street to tho
south park bourd-to bq wjdpned and
boulevarded was passed, unanimously.
Among the recommendations mndo
by tlio Chicago Bar Association of fit
candidates at tho approaching Judicial
primary oro theso on candidates for
municipal court Judge:
John Arthur Ilugeo Reported ono
of ablest men In corporation counsel's
olllco; pledges himself to "a full day's
work each day"; professional experi
William II. Fetzor Lawyer of abil
ity and experience
Judgo Irwin R. Hnzcn, Rep. Has
proven himself to bo a courteous
Judgo of ability.
Judgo Gcorgo B. Holmes, Rep. Ex
cellent record; should bo re-elected.
Walter P. Stoffen Man of nblllty
and Integrity and qualified for tho
TO TIGHTEN THE
LID IN CHICAGO
Not until tho mayor and tho largo
police force tit his beck and call, aid
ed by tho stato's attorney, co-oporato
with tho federal authorities will
thcro bo real prohibition in Chicago.
Capt. Hubert E. Howard, resigned
federal prohibition director for Illi
nois, made this assertion Sunday at
THOMAS A. SMYTH
Popular Democratic Leader and Former President of the Sanitary Dis
trict of Chicago, Progressive Bu slness Man, Vice President of the
John M. Smyth Company.
Auburn Park Methodist Episcopal
"Tho mayor and tho county attor
ney are primarily responsible for vi
olations of tho federal laws," Capt,
Howard said. "Tho stato has searc'i
and solzuro laws moro strlngont than
the fcdornl act. If thoso local olll
clals, who swear to uphold tho con
stitution of tho United Slates, would
live up to their oaths of olllco, tho
lid could bo put on tight In Chicago."
VOTE FOR BARASA
Republicans who want a fearless
man for stato's attornoy who will on
force tho law without foar or favor
will voto for Judgo Bornurd P. Barasa
Alderman Waltor P. Stoffen la mak
ing a fine record In tho city council.
PUT TAX ON DEATH
Aldermen in Search of Coin to Distribute
Among Their Favorites Put a Tax
Every Industry Except Phony Booze and Infor
mation Bureaus Are Hit by tho City
It costs 10 cents more to dlo in
Chicago than It did. Tho council
has put a tax on death.
When Aid. Cernmk moved that
thirty-live policemen bo ndded to the
force to assist In collecting license
fees, Aid. Rlchert. tho council's fore
most llnanclal authority, opened the
oyes of his colleagues by declaring:
"Tho city can't pay Its bills, mid Is
almost In a position whuro It anuot
pay salaries. Wo aro facing a tre
mendous dollclt and If wo nto foolish
enough to authorise moro c eendl
tures wo will bo ridiculous li tho
oyes of tho public."
"If pollcomeu woro not ei .ployed
to do political work in bohali f tho
administration tltey would lime plen
ty of tlmo to look nfter llconsi ," Aid.
A wordy sories of argument-- ovor
tho bUo of tho license feo foi nonr
boor saloons onded by tho onhnanco
bolng scut back to commltt . At
ono point in tho debate tho nu-asura
carrying a $100 llconso fe- wag
passed. This would hnvo increased
tho rovonuo by botweon $500,000 and
$700,000, It Is estimated.
Aid. Cormnk asked to ho recorded
as voting against tho nineudmont
I making tho foo $100 Instead of $50.
That stalled the aldermen from dump
wards along the same tack, and ho
many of thorn changed their votes
that tho Until voto was 38 to 10
Then aldermen from dry bailiwicks
attempted to boost tho fee. Aid. Cnpl
tain suggested $250 nnd Aid. Llo
The new annual license nnd Inspec
tion fees Include tho following:
Hotels 15 cents for rooms costing
from 00 cents to $1; 35 cents for $1
to $2 loom; 50 cents for rooms cost
lug more thttn $2.
Point shops $5 to $20, depending
on number of employes.
Wholesale dry goods houses From
$25 for houses with less than fifteen
employes to $1,500 for those with
more than 1,000.
Wholosnlo hardwaro dealers Same.
Wholesale leather dealers Same.
Drug stores $25 a year for drug
license with an additional $10 for the
privilege of selling liquor from Sept.
1 to Jan. 1. 1921.
Cemeteries 10 cents for each
Cold storago nnd general ware
houseFrom $25 to $500, depending
on amount of lloor area.
Brokers' agents $25 ench.
Theaters Additional license of $5
a day for all theaters churning mom
than $3 for any sent.
VOTE FOR ASA G. ADAMS
Asa G. Adams, whoso name Is sev
enth on the primary ballot for asso
ciate Judgo of the Municipal I'ourt,
IN THE CITY HALL
What the City Officials and Men
of Affairs Are Doing for the
Whothcr daylight saving is to bo
continued Indellnltely In Chicago oi
ls to die with the 1920 m'usoii U a
liiestlou which tliu voters will bo
Ivou a chanco to decide for them-
Ives at tho November 2 election.
On motion of Aid. Guy GuciiKoy
.ho city council passed an ordlnunce
making daylight saving time effeetlvo
in 1921 and thereafter on condition
that a majority of tho votors give
Tho ordinandi, which has the ap
proval of Colin (' II. Fyfro, attorney
for tho election board, provides that
timepieces shall bo advanced an hour
at 2 ii. m. on the last Sunday In
Mutch and retarded ono hour at 2
n. in. on tho last Sunday in Octobcr
of each year. If tho voters appiovo.
Aid. A. J. Cormnk. chairman of the
council committee on rovonuo, com
pensation and election, is working
out a plan whereby additional rovo
nuo would accrue to tho city from
apartment IiiiIIiIIiiks and ut tho same'
time piollteerlng tactics of landlords
bo curbed. A draft of a law vhich
would give tho city the power to li
cense apartment buildings as hotels
are now licensed b to bo submitted
to the city council for indorsement,
nfter which enabling legislation will
bo sought from the legislature
Tho city counsul requested Mayor
Thompson to Issue a proclamation
asking employeis not to deduct pay
from members of American Legion
posts who act iih members of thing
squads at funerals of ex-soldlers.
Directed City Clerk Igoo to ask all
candidates fur the Legislature How
they stand on questions of giving
Chicago homo rulo ovor public util
ities, taxes and rovonuo.
Referred to tho gnh, oil and elec
tric light committee Alderman Jo
soph O. Knstnor's plan to crente an
annual $500,000 streot repair fund
deserves to be nominated and -elected.
Ho Is able, honest and trustworthy.
VOTE FOR BUGEE
Popular Assistant Corporation
Counsel Should Be Nominated
for Municipal Judge.
John A. Bugeo, ono of tho best
known and most popular lawyers In
Chicago Is a Republican candidate
for Assoclntc Judge of the Municipal
Court. His ability and high charac
ter aro attested by all who know
htm and his elevation to tho bench
would bo n well deserved compli
ment. Mr. Bugeo is nt present an
assistant to Corporation Counsel
Kttleson and his work In that impor
tant popart ment has won for him
.Air. Buroo's nnmo Is tho third on
tho ballot and Republicans who do
hIio to strengthen tho Municipal
bench will voto for him. Ho deserves
to be nominated and elected.
BRENNAN WITH H0YNE
Leader Says State's Attorney
Will Be Renominated.
George E. Brennan. tho Democrat
ic lender, predicts the rennmluntlon
of State's Attorney Hoyno next Wed
nesday, lie says that the organiza
tion will be loyal to him.
through a levy of ono-hnlf of 1 cent
Referred to tho streots and ulleys
committee oidlnances for widening
Clark stieet from Rldgo nvenuo
to the city limits. Tho new
width would be 1U feet instond of
CO feet. Ordinance for widening and
extending Ashland avenue and Og
don inenuo also were referred to tho
City employes will be paid In ci p
Instead of money, beginning Doe. '
Aid. John A. Rlchert, chairman
tho council tlimneo committee, nr
nnuueed this at tho close of n coun
cil sosslou tilled with evidences of tie
city's dire llunnciul straltn.
Chalrni'in Ilichert's statement va
mndo In spite of the fnet the count II
hud lust passed ncaily a dozen lltviw
oidlnances h vying taxes on line of
ImslnewH heretofore unlicensed. AM.
Corm.ik estimnted the new licet.- -measures
will bring lu about $l,('fi,
000 a your.
Roboy street, which is to be wid
ened to eighty feet, may become ,i
tunnel from Thin -ninth street sout'i
to Forty-seventh stroet.
Michael J. F.thorly, president (
the bnnid of local liiiproveinonte, h.i
directed engiueeis to work out id i
fur tho tunnel In tho belief tint I'
may prove as cheap to the city a o
extend the street over the rall:o,l
tracks, necessitating tho bulldlim' of
vhMlucts and the condemning of f.ie
torli in tho now central mnnufattur
iiif; district west of the stockyard-.
Largest Weekly Cxrculalum Among
People of Influence and Standing