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ROBERT EMMET BURKE.
Democratic Candidate for United States Senator.
A strong organization has been
formed among no friends of Attorney
Oonorn! Edw rd J. Hrundnge, to work
for tils nor .nation and re-election ns
Mr. II ruin' .go la forced to upend most
of his tltno In Conk comity, having
boon chosen chnlrman of tho linrmnny
rcpubllcnn county cnmpnlgn commit
too. Indorsements of downstnto nows
papcra nro being reproduced nnd nent
into tho dlffornt counties, particularly
tho following IndorBPinent from tho
Salem Itcpubllcan of Aug. G:
"Tho candidacy of Edwnrd J. Hrun
dago for rcnomlnntlon ns attorney
goncrnl on tho republican ticket at tho
ensuing primary election will huvo n
Inrgo mcaHUro of nppcnl to tho right
thinking votcro of Unit party. Brim
dago unquestionably will bo n sourco
of Htrcngth to tho rcpubllcnn ticket nt
tho gcnornl election through his per
sonnllty nnd record.
"Tho ofllco of nttorncy-gonornl la ono
of great honor and influcnco nnd pro
Bcntn to tho incumbont varied oppor
tunltles. It should bo said to tho
credit of Mr. Ilrundago that ho haa
niado tho moat of his opportunities nnd
that under him tho nttornoy-gcnornl
Blilp ban not shrunk, but hna expanded
Into n powerful ngency for tho public
good. Ills record as nttornoy-gonornl
is ono of nchlovomcnt nnd shows
efficiency on n Inrgo scalo.
"Attornoyleuerul Drundngo dofond
cd successfully tho 2 cent pnsongor
faro lnw ngnlust tho combined nttnek
of practically nil tho railroad com
panies of this state. If tho contentions
nindo by tho railroad companies in
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that lltlgntlon had prevailed In tho
Supremo court of tho United States
tho stnto of Illinois would liavo lost
nil renl control over Intrnstnto rates.
As u result of that litigation tho rail
road companies wero forced to refund
to passengers nmounts nggrcgntlng
several millions of dollars collected In
oxccrs of tho stntutory fnros. Tho
rntea that nro being charged now nro
in neenrdnuco with tho federal regula
tions Induced by tho war.
"His succens In tho prosecution of
tho East St. Louis riot cases ia woll
known. It earned for him tho grnti
tudo of nil tho lnw nbldlng citizens.
"As n result of theso prosecutions
by tho attorney-general's olllco nine
teen incnworo sent to tho penitentiary.
"Tho majority of tho votora tako
their citizenship seriously and want
nnd need tho facta about issues nnd
candidates, but what they need is facts
and not partisan exaggerations. Tho
ono outstanding fact of tho adminis
tration of Edward J. Brundnga has been
his steadfast nnd fearless devotion
to duty in hnndllng tho nff.iiifl of his
olllco, ho tins shown neither fear nor
favor. Capable, determined and coura
geous, ho hna followed tho strict lino
of duty nnd deserves ronomlnatlon nnd
Goorgo L. Scheln, tne well known
lawyer, who numbers his friends by
tho thousand, would make a fine Judge.
Mr. Sctaoln has no ambition In this di
rection, it is said, but bis ability, fair,
noss and logal oxporionce well fit him
for Judicial honors.
ALMOST all forms of
moisture arc con
ductors of electricity, and
a wet' umbrella coming in
contact with the telephone
cord will short-circuit the
wires and cut off service. A
carelessly handled glass of
water, an overflowing ink
well, rain from an open win
dow, the careless mopping
of office floors, any one
of these may cut off your
telephone service, if a
Wet telephone cord results.
Please protect the
cord, nnd all interior
wiring and telephone
At large William E. Mason, Rep.
Richard Yates, Rep.
1 Martln B. Madden, Rep.
2 Mnmes R. Mann, Rep.
3 'William W. Wilson, Rep.
4 'John W. Ralney, Oem.
6 Adolph J. Sabath, Dem.
0 'James McAndrews, Dem.
7 Nlels Juul, Rep.
8 'Thomas Qallagher, Dem.
9 'Fred A. Britten, Rep.
10 Carl R. Chlndblom, Rep.
11 lra C. Copley, Rep.
12 'Charles E. Fuller, Rep.
13 'John C. MeKenxle, Rep.
14 'William J. Graham, Rep.
16 'Edward J. King, Rep.
16 'Clifford Ireland, Rep.
17 Frank L. 8mlth, Rep.
,18 'Joseph G. Cannon. Ren.
'19 William B. McKlnley, Rep.
20 'Henry T. Ralney, Dem.
21 'Loren E. Wheeler, Rep.
22 'William A. Rodenberg, Rep.
23 'Martin D. Foster, Dem.
'24 'Thomas 8. Williams, Rep.
25 'Edward E. Denlton, Rep.
TIMOTHY E. CROWE
DATE FOR RECORDER
Timothy .1 Crowo, cnndldnto for tho
democratic nomination for recorder,
Ik 'IS yenm nf age, married, has four
children nnd rcflldcfl nt 5825 Washing
ton hlvd. Received common nnd high
Hchool education. After leaving school
engnged In the real estnto business) on
his own nccount nnd In 1001 entered
tho employ of Mills & Co,, n real
estnto firm, nH their export vnluntor.
Itemnlued with Mills & Co. until 1011,
when ho resigned for n position In
tho claims dopartment of tho Chica
go City KallwayH. ltcslgned In 10U
to ncccpt appointment by tho county
clerk ns Assistant Chief Clerk of tho
Tax Extension Department, having
TIMOTHY J. CROWE.
Popular Candidate for the Democratic
Nomination for Recorder.
clinrgo of tho propnratlon of all war
rants for tho collection of general
taxes In Cook county, u work requir
ing nn export knowledges of renl estnto
locutions and descriptions. Resigned
this position in 1915 to uccomo stutu
hank oxnmlnor. In which enpnclty ho
served until 1917, nnd In that year
rotumed to tho county clerk's olllco
ns Chief Clerk of tho Redemption
Dopartment. Tho hond of this dc
pnrtment must lmvo n very eomploto
uudorstaudlng of tho laws portnlulug
to titles, taxes and tax titles and tho
records provo that tho work of this
olllco during Mr. Crowo's term was
performed In n manner highly satis
factory to nil concerned. Itomnlncd
with tho county clork until 1919, whon
ho was appointed chief clerk to tho
county treasurer, which position ho
ROBERT E. BURKE'S
Robert 13. llurko, whoso potltlon
signed by 2,000 democratic voters has
boon llled as a candldnto for United
States sonntor has announced his plat
form In nn address to tho votoru of
Illinois, Ho says that:
Ho Is opposed to tho 1-onguo of Na
tions. Ho favors tho indopendonco of Iro
Innd nnd tho Holf-dotormluntlon of
overy small notion on onrth.
Ho bollovos In Jailing tho prolfccora
In order to reduco tho high cost of
Ho Is a friend of organized labor.
Although a total nhstnlnor himself,
ho Is ngatuat prohibition and wants
tho IStli Amcudmont repealed. lie bo
llovos In personal llborty.
IIo bollovos In increasing tho snlavlos
of postal on.ployaH.
Ho bollovos In giving overy soldier,
snllor nnd murine In tho Into war a
Ho bolloves In tho freedom of tho
IIo points to tho fact that ho was
elected dolegnto nt Inrgo to the Domo
crntlc Notional Convention on nn nntl
Wilson platform four years ago. That
ho was tho only dolegnto In tho con
vention to voto ngalnst Wilson and
that ho is proud of that voto now moro
Charles' Molltor, a recognized leader
In tho machinery trade, fs one of Chi
cago's leading and most reliable bust
I noss men. His name is honored
wherever lie Is known.
U'nril. I'lrctrd 11120. IIotdoTem.
1 J. J. Couchlln, D.M Konna, D.
2 It. II. Jnckson, n.ti 11. Andorson, It.
3 y. S. Schwartz, D..T, li. Pnssmore, It.
4 .1. A. IMchart, D.T a. Hognn, D.
B ll. J. Mulcnhy, V. J.Il.MeDonoucli.D.
fi C. n. Katon, h..AA.M'Cormlok,n.
7 a. auornsoy, 11..W n. Fotzor, K.
8 M. 8. Furmnn. D.lt A.WoodhUll, D.
3 H. W. Oovlor, b. . a Madilerom, II.
10 .1. McNIcholn. D. 1'rank Klaus, D.
11 Ii. Ilutltowsltl, D.Vae. to bo niled.
"I. O. Horno, n..B O. Shattor, h. I
14 J. II. Smith, D..O. M. Maypole, D. J
in o. 11. Olson. 11...IM. J. Knlndl, D. i
!' .i.A.i'ioirowsiti.u.p. ii. icunz, D.
18 M.F.Kavanagh.D.John J. Tuohy, D.
10 .1. H. Ilowlor, D..John I'owors. D.
20 M. Franz, D Henry h. Flck, D.
21 C. J. Acnow, n..Dorsoy Crowo, D.
22 U C. Kloln, D...Math.IIIbl)Oler, n.
23 W. r. Storten, n.T o. Wallace. It.
24 .7. Underlain, D..Jns. Dornoy, It.
25 . iT- Mnk.Jl....II D. Capltnln, It.
2JT. It. CaspK-B, D.Win. F. Llppg, It.
27 C. Jonson, D i: It. Armltnge, IX.
28 M.Adamowskl, D.r F. Smith, D.
2J T. F. IJyrno. fa.. J F. Kovarlk, D.
30 W. It. OToolo. D.Jas. F. Hums, It.
31 T. F. Moran, D..f-cott M. llogan, It.
32 J. II. Lyle, n....A J. Fisher, It.
33 A.O Andorson, rt.j p. aarnar, 11.
34 T. Toman. D .los.O.Kostner. D.
35 T. J. Lynch, D... John 8. Clark, D.
DATE FOR JUDGE
Aldermen throughout tho city, re
gardless of politics, aro giving nld to
Alderman William :t Fetzer's cam
paign for tho Rcpubllcnn nomination
for Judge of tho .Municipal Court. Tho
nuino of tho two-teim uldermnn nnd
former assistant state's attorney np
pears tenth on tho Republican pri
Alderman Fctzcr Is a council lender.
IIo is chairman of tho public health
committee nnd a member of tho
llnnneo nnd other important, commit
tees, nnd Is rccognlrcd ns ono of tho
most popular nnd elllclent members of
tho city council.
Alderman Fetzer was born In Ot
tawa, III., nnd has lived In Chicago
twenty-four years. Ho Is married nnd
lives nt C312 Unlvorslty avenue. Ho
Is u grnduato of tho Ottawa public
schools, attended tho University of
Illinois for two years, and grnduatcd
from tho Northwestern University
with tho degreo of LI..D. Ho has
practiced law in Chicago for twenty
years. Ho was? nsslstunt stuto's at-
Alderman William R. Fetzer's Name
la Tenth on the Republican Pri
mary Ballot, Where He Is Seeking
the Nomination for Judge of the
torncy lrom 1909 to 1913, nnd was
elected ulderinan from tho Sovcnth
wurd In 1917 and lins sorved continu
ously In tho council since then.
Aldormnn Fetzer is n mombor of
tho Chicago liar Association, tho Illi
nois Stato liar Association, tho Law
yers' Association, Is n Mnson of high
rank nnd wldo connections, Is n mom
bor of Chicago Ludgo No. i, U. I O.
Klks; Woodlawn Park Lodge, I. O. O.
P.; Onuwn Tribe, I. O. Red Men; tho
Woodlawn Park Club, tho Chicago
Automobile Club and tho Woodlawn
IluslnoHH Men's Association.
Aldormnn Fctezr's public record
has been generally commended by tho
press nnd tho public.
Ah chairman of tho public honlth
commltteo ho niado n long nnd force
ful light for tho reduction of tho high
cost of living. Ho led a Chicago civic
and olllclul delegation to Washington
lost .Inuunry nnd nppeored before tho
joint commltteo on ngrlculturo and
forestry of tho United States Con
gtoss in urging protection for tho peo
ple ngalnst prolltcors.
Alderman Fetzer has been a con
Hlstont ndvocnto of a tag day for po
llcoinen and llromon.
"Ono of tho first things that chal
lenged my uttontiou when I entered
the council," snld Aldormnn Fotzor
today, "was tho low salailes paid to
e ty employes, particularly polleemon
"I perslstontly fought for bottor
salaries for city employes during my
two terms In olllco us alderman. I
worked hard as a mombor of tho
llnnneo commltteo for bottor pay for
"During tlui consideration of tho
1920 budget by tho city council. I in
tinduccd nn amendment Increasing
ward appropriations for nsh and gar
bago romovul to tho oxtont of $S00,
COO, which was passed."
Secretary of State Louis U Rmmer
son is making a fine record and many
friends by the able and efllolent man
ner In which ho conducts bis great
Maurice T, Cullerton Is much re
spected as a leader In labor circles.
CANDIDATES FOR LEGISLATURE.
(Continued from pngo 1 )
South Michigan avenue; Charles W.
Rnldwln, C3GS Evans nvenuo, (Jeorgo
t ritzgornld, G039 Harper avenuo;
John James Mann, 6238 Evans nve
nuo; Robert C. Hardy, 1008, South
Michigan avenue; Joseph Etlwnrd
Hangs, (1018 KImbark nvenuo.
Democratic Michael L. Igoo, GI31
Cornell nvenuo; Charles M. Hnnly, 310
East Goth plnce; John F. Henly, 0120
Rhodes avenuo; Andrew F. Colomnn,
1510 East SSth street.
Socialist Abo Ilnsolln, C03 East 13d
Republican Emll A. W. Johnson,
2131 1'otwyno place; Ralph E. Church,
C17 Haven street, Evanston; George
Seehacher, 1222 Montana street.
Democratic Robeit 15. Wilson, 4023
Orconvlow avenue; .Initios H. Prow
ley, 1138 Addison street.
Socialist LowIm W. Hardy 1C13
Rcpubllcnn Howard 1'. Castle, Har
rington; Arthur A. Huebsch, Ilrook
Hold; Albert V. Volz, Arlington
Heights; Alfred Van Sternberg, Lan
sing; Oeorgo W. Cnrr, t,30 South lGth
iiNonue, May wood; William V. Prop
por, 319 Lincoln avenue, Dolton; John
T. Emery, 9130 South 34th avenuo,
Democratic John W. McCarthy,
Socialist William Van llodegraven,
Republican David E. Shunnhnn,
113 South Dearborn street; Alexander
W. Kulfos, 2321 South Sacramento
Democratic Joseph l'lacek, 2347
South Kcdzlo nvenuo; Thomas A.
Doyle, 3349 Lowe nvenuo; Stovo L.
Superczynski, 32G0 South Morgan
street; Edward J. Callahan, 3148 West
SSth street; Frank Tomporowskl, 2311
South Whipple strcot; John J. Fru
zynn, 3011 West 22d street.
Republican William II. Crudcn,
10204 Wnllnco street; Edward U.
Lucius, 7520 Stewnrt avenuo; Philip
M. Golsler, 900 West 71st street;
Jackson M. Evans, 371 West 72d
strcot; Calvin T. Weeks, G311 South
Troy street; Hen S. Jensen, 8913
South Adn street.
Democratic Fi auk .1. Rynn, C82S
Hlshop strcot: Ocorgo W. O'Ncll, GS10
South Mnrshlleld avenue; Edward A.
Kelly, 770S Union nvenuo; Peter J.
Gibbons, C312 South Mnrshlleld ave
nue. Socialist Henry Oroenler, 0117
South May street.
Republican C. A. Young, 7531 Coles
uvenuo; Charles W. Moore; 11107
Michigan nvenuo; Homer J. Smith,
1G?3 East 00th place; Gotthurd A.
Dnhlborg. 117 East 11th strcot; Fred
M. Cogswell, S949 Exchange avenuo.
Democratic James W. Ryan, 7313
Socialist Harold O. Forsborc, 242
West 113th street.
Rcpubllcnn Thomas Curron, 2023
South Rnciuo avenue.
Democratic Peter V. Smith, 1C0S
South Union uvenuo; Joseph Porlua,
1S00 Flsk street.
Socialist John Joseph .Telinck,
1920 Uluo Island avenue.
RepublicanEdward J. Smojl.ul, SCO
Hunker street; Peter Tosco, 83n Gil
Democratic Jacob W. Epstein, 1133
Nowborry nvonuo; Chniles Coin. 817
Forquer streot; James M. Elliott,
1302 Wost 15th streot; Carmen V.icco,
1305 West Harrison street; Goorgo
J Johnson. S32 West Polk street.
Socialist Moses J. Herman, 1156
West Polk street.
Republican Solomon P. Roderick
3310 Douglas boulovurd; Churl a E.
Murlnlor, 2951 Wnrrcn avomn- Ed
ward J. Corny, 1617 South Uistln
beulovnrd, Cleoro; John I.ehmnu, 1540
South Kenneth nvonuo; Thomas D.
Fitzgerald, 2953 Warren avenuo; Al
bert R. Schnoldor, 216 South Fran
elbco nvonuo; Carl P. Grafi 3500
Democratic James T. Prenlergast,
1420 Washington boulevard.
Socialist II. W. Harris, 37 2 For
Republican Thomas A. Hroek
meyer, 1537 Noith Irving t.onuo;
Jnmes 15. McLaughlin, 1523 Wickor
Park nvenuo; William G. The , 2210
Cortoz stieot; Edwnrd M 0 rland,
3228 Hlrseh streot; Geoige C Color,
1150 Noith Francisco nvonuo; Jihn C.
Slock, 1035 Lorol avonuc, R idolph
C. Wolchbrodt, 1107 South Eucllu
avenue, Oak Park; Martin Weln
bcrger, 1001 North Western .i enuo,
Democratic Thomnx P. enue,
2703 Iowa street; William II. Lmuon,
1311 Ninth Wallor avenuo
Socialist William .Mack, 1320 s'orth
Republican Tbeodoro R. Sleinert,
2112 Powoll avenue; Charles L 1 leld
black, 1016 North Harding ncnuo;
James II. MoFnrlond, 1703 Mnnur nvo
nuo; H. William Krejcl, 1112 North
Aors avonuo; FinnU P. C.lozol,
251S North Kcdzlo nvenuo. John
Paul, 1011 North Kimball nvonuo;
John P. Romus, 2I5S NoitU Lotus
aonuo; James J. MucDonald, 5720
Democratic John G. Jncobson, 1010
North Irving nvenuo; George Paul
srn, 2822 Wellington streot. John
Tomaszowskl, 3119 North Klmbnll
nvonuo; Richard J. Frost, 3938 Noith
I.uwndalo nvonuo; Edward 15. Kill
ehowskl, 1922 Mllwaukco nvenuo.
Socialist Wnor Schuth, 3318
North Klldoro nvonuo.
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Republlcnn Edwnrd Wnlz. 511
West In Uo Htioet; Thnddeus Kot
lowskl, 662 Pay streot.
Democratic Joseph Petlalc, 1G00
Wost North avenuo; James M. Don
Inn, 1003 West Madison strcot: Jo
seph A. Trnndel. 1333 Julian sheet;
Adam 5-ywlckl, 7n Mllwaukco nve
nuo. Socialist Daniel Ludwlg, 1IJ5 Og
Republlcnn John It. Peterson, 111
Lurrnbco street; John T. Joyce, 227
West Oak street; Louis Ruethllng,
1230 North Wells street; William F.
Peters, 1011 Rush street; F. G. Wood
cock, IS West Chestnut street; Will
iam It. Lloyd, 921 Sedgwick sheet;
Andrea Filpi, 353 Hill street.
Democratic Hcrnnrd J. Conlon, 1C3
East Chicago uvenuo; Iuurcnco C.
O'Hrlon, 1216 North Dearborn street;
Jnmes II. Day, 1119 North Franklin
Socialist Walter W. Rlhl, 50 West
Republican Curl Muellor, 21 12 Lin
coln Park West; James A. Stevens.
2I4S Noith Clark street; Siglsimtud
P. Fischer, 317 Sturr street; George
Hoppe, Jr., 1922 Sedgwick street;
George A. Wllliston, 1245 Early ave
nue. Democratic Frank J. Self, Jr., 1529
Orchard street; Harry L. Nelles, 1811
North Puik uvenuo; Edwnrd J.
Fiynn. 152S North 1 Salle street;
Georgo J. Cossldy, 1319 Keumoro
Socialist Maxwell II. Mason, 3322
ROBERT E. WILSON
Popular Democratic Representa
tive Should Be Sent Back to
Springfield From the
Robert E. Wilson doservos re-eloc
tlon to tho legislature from tho
Sixth district. Ho is a steillng
democrat nnd uu nblo man. His
record In tho legislature has bein
honorable and of bout lit to tho pc vlo
of bis district
Popular Democratic Representative In
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Who Dcs erves Ronomlnatlon.
His Peerless Record As San.tary
Trustee Entitles Him to
Ono of tho best men to hold tho
position of Suuitury Trustco was
Thomas M. Sullivan. Ills record us n
member of the board was nbovo re
proach. He Is honest, nblo nnd nggros
Tlmmus M. Sullivan deserves eleo
hop iih a candidate for trustee of tho
Sunitiiiy District of Chicago.
Ills former record on tho nonrd Is u
mifllelent guarantee of his ability and
As chairman or tho engineering
committee during his former term ho
placed 22,000 me lumps in tho streets
He turned tho first shovelful of dirt
on the Sag Channel nnd labor was
glve.i uhundnnco of work while ho
- t chairman of the committee.
His work was of u progressive char
acter and tho different committees of
wmion. both Democrats and Repub
licans who made n study ot his rec
ord nnd attended all meetings lmvo
often tet llled to his ollleloncy and ox
port knowledge of Sanitary District
Mr. Sullivan is nn ardent ad vocal o
of u deep wuterwuy to tho Gulf. Ho
believes thai tho land owned by tho
Llftrlef along tho North Snoro and
Its ehnunel to Lockport and, Incl
denally to Stuned Rock, should ho
ut'cd for building a boulevard to re
lieve the congestion on our streets.
He Is known as uu expert on tho
ver complicated question of sewngo
VOTE FOR STEFFEN
Walter l Stoffen. who has mndo
one of thf best aldermen Chicago eor
had, Is a candidate for Judge ot tho
He should bo nominated and elected.
LiHit imnt Martin Mullen Is nmk
Ing n fliu recoid In the Deintivo
ill! re an
the Sixth District Who Deserves