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Great Lakes Trust Company
Cull Cltnp nf IIihIiipm, Srplemlier 8, 1010
Loans nnl Discounts..., , , , , . , , .$l2,30t,235.Sl
Honda nml Securities , ....... 1,018,937.41
stock of l'rul Iteservo Hank t 10S. 000.00
Ptirnlturo nml rixlures 7..,. 3S, II t.lu
Customers' l.lnl)lllty nc. Letters of Orcilll 2r,l,S9l,4f
Customers' I.lnlilllty nc, Acccptnnccs ,,, I7.1T0.00
interest Knrneil but Not Collected .,,., ,,,, 12.fjSfi.60
Cash nml Dug from Hunks , ., 2,6.15,338.22
, .. 110,320,272.77
, ' I.IAIIII.ITII'.S
Cnpltnl i $ ,1,000,000.00
Hurplua i . i 000,000.00
UmllWileil I'rontu , $90,602, 1(1
Discount Collected Trior to .Maturity C3.732.OS
Iteservo for Interest nnrt Taxes 27.90H.27
lleillscoiint with reilcml Iteservo Ilnnk ,,,, 3,69,376.00
Liability on Account of Letters of Credit 281.B9l.tr
(.lability on Account of Acceptances., , , 47,170 00
Deposits , 8,039,932.61
on-ICnitS $10,3:0.272 77
I'.'V.VW .!' Jtn'IN'Crc.... ....President VAl.t.Ki: O. Al'I'fil., Trust Offlcer.
.lA.MHS C. JOHNSON.... Vlco-1'rcsli ent Kmli rtf ittimithv y.t.nnnr
JOHN W. THOMAS Vlco-1'rcsl.lent Pfr Vn liint ' MannBcr
IIAVJIOXU II, PlinM'S..VIco-1'resldent ,,,.' .""V,". ....
OIIAItLIIH C. VII,t.HON..VIco-I'reslclent TIIUODOIti: S. l'AM.AS, Asst. Mgr.
WIM.IAH A, NICOI. Cashier I'nrelRn Dopt.
IJVnnKTT 'I, AUGUSTUS.. Asst. Cashier HOWAIID S. MOV, Asst. Mgr. foreign
11. .T. IIMtKl.i:,.... Asst, Cashier Dent.
llSiflWt11? &$?.!$' V. $ U.Mrr TII.UI3 B. ritANKHNTIIAI,, MnnaBor
V.".'.V,,.At I1 OJ5T, Mgr. lloncl Dept. Hpeelnl Hervleo Department.
AI.UHIIT J. IIUNTI2II. HAIIOMI I IIIHIIOTT. .Mnnnger Now
...Asst. Mgr. IJond Dept. Mucinosa Department.
II. T. Arrf.nCK, President Unlversnl OTTO II. OSTIIOIT. Vice-President H.
,'?rl,.n.n.'L,;f.m.1nt Company, Chicago, 111. M. Ilyllesby & Company, Chicago, 111.
V. I.. IIATUMAN. PreMilcnt Trnnscontl- ,t. C. PADDOCK, Cashier Tho McrcbnntfJ
nentnl Krelght Compnny. Chicago, 111. ft Illinois Natlonnl Hank, Peoria, III.
WILLIAM IIUTTHIlWUIITIf, Pres. Dcero llAYMOND It, l'lIULl'S. VIco-ITcJ. Chi-
& Co., Mollno, III. rngo, III,
JOSKPII HVrlni.D, President Hotel DAVID It. PIRRSttN, Vlco.Prcsldent
flbcrman Compnny Chicago, III. Stephens.Adamson Alfg, Co., Aurora, III.
DONAI.D 11. COTTON, Aiiinbntlan Oil THANK V. ItnNWIOK, President Chi-
Co., St. Paul, Minn. men tlrnvel Co , t.'hlcago, III.
A. A CltANU, Vice-President Plrst nnrt JOHN r. S.MUI.SKI, President North-
f:,y"ltr,Nritl Ilnnjc. Minnfnnollo. Atlnn. western Trust taxings Hank, Chi-
JOHU1MI II. IIinVAIlDS. President Kel- cngo, III,
log Switchboard & Supply Co, Chi- UllOllUt: II. TAYI.OII, Itoal Hstnte, Chi
cago, III. cngo, 111,
BA.MUKL M HAST1NOS. President Com- .10IIN V, THOMAS. Vice-President,
3XlK&y&8Si&y&ZvtiiZ 1M' MUK 1'r"",cnl 1,u,,ft Com"any'
l:HSWli ,Ve.rt.. IU,n8Cr' .,A G WIIASO.V. V.co-Presldent.
IIAltllY It. MRttlltCK, President. w A- VAOKH. President Arms Palnco
JOHNS. MILI.IIIt. Attorney. Chicago, III. .,"?"?,;nlLc.(. Chicago, III,
II, II, OODHN, Pres. Tho Klrst National JOHIJIMI I. ZOOIv, Treasurer Montgomery
Hank, Muskogee, Oklahoma. Wnrd ft Co., Chicago, III,
MemberM Federal Racrvc Syitem
Great Lakes Trust Company
110 SOUTH DEARBORN STREET, CHICAGO
Capital, $3,000,000 Surplus, $600,000
Statement of the
Mercantile Trust and Savings Bank
Ct'ner Jackson Iloulernril and Clinton Street
At tlir Close of lluslncss September 8, 1020
Loans and Discount! t3.SC2.CJi?. 12
Ilonds, Securities, eto 161,320.30
U. K. Liberty Ilonds nnd Cer
tificates of Indebtedness... 111,918.05
Customers' Liability on Let
ters of Credit 7,130.00
Duo from Hanks, Cash nnd
. Frederick It. mux son, President
Itarry A. Wheeler, Vice Presldont .7. R. O'ShnTughnessy, Assistant Cashier
Harry N. Orut, Vice President It. II. Drettmnn, Asslstnnt Cashier
Wm. W. Farrcll, Cashier II. II. Itubentlk, Auditor '
WK UFFKH YOU IIF.FKNDAIILi: AMI IIKI.IAIILK IIANKINO FACILITIES AND
CONVKNIK.NCKS TOOKTIIKIl WITH A (IKNUINJ? I'KHHONAL INTKIIK8T IN
YOUR AFFAIItH MY TIIK MKN WHO OI'ERATK THIS HANK.
Member of the Chicago Clearing House Assoclntlon nnd Fcdenil Heserxe
System nf V. K.
THE QUALITY APPEAL
Embodying special features of design and
construction, and manufactured with the most
THE ELGIN MADE SHIRT
possesses a distinct quality appeal.
Good dressers may wear this shirt with the
assurance that it represents the highest in
quality plus real style value.
ASK YOUR DEALER
Cutter & Crossette Company
337 South Franklin St. CHICAGO, ILL.
Condition ot the
Capital Stock ( 400,000,00
Undivided Prnllts 106,024.97
Itcservcd for Taxes and In
Liability on Letter! or Credit 7.830.00
Hill! I'aynbla Kcdcral Itcsero
Hank Secured by U. H. Cert,
of Indebtedness 60,000.00
THE desk telephone
has more than a
hundred parts and is
built as delicately as a
with which it works
depends in no small
degree upon those who
use it. Rough usage
is -sure to impair its
If the telephone at
your elbow is knocked
to the floor, its delicate
parts are thrown out of
Please be careful.
At large Wllllam E. Mason, Rep.
Richard Yates, Rep.
1 'Martin D. Madden, Rep.
2 'James R. Mann, Rep.
3 William W. Wilson, Rep.
4 John W. Ralney, Oem.
5 'Adolph J. Sabath, Dem.
6 James McAndrews, Dem.
7 Nlels Juul, Rep.
8 "Thomas Gallagher, Dem.
, 9 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 'Clifford Ireland, Rep.
17 Frank L. 8mlth, Rep.
18 'Joseph G. Cannon, Rep.
19 'William B. MdKlntey, 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. Dsnlson, Rep.
TIMOTHY E. CROWE
DATE FOR REC0R DEB
Timothy J. Crowo, Domocrntlc can
tlldato for recorder, is forty-eight
years of ngo, married, hns four
children nnd resides nt C825 Washing
ton blvd. Received common nnd high
school education. After leaving school
engaged In tho real cstato business on
his own nccount nnd in 1901 entered
tho employ of Mills & Co., 11 real
estnto firm, as their expert valuator,
nomalnpd with Mills & Co. until 1911,
when ho resigned for n position in
the clnlms department of tho Chica
go City Hallways. Resigned in 1911
to accept appointment by tho county
clerk as Assistant Chief Clerk of tho
Tax Extension Department, having
chargo of tho preparation of all war
rants for tho collection of general
taxes in Cook county, a work requir
ing an expert knowledge of real estate
locations and descriptions. Rosigned
this position In 1915 to bocomo stato
bank examiner. In which capacity ho
served until 1917, nnd in that yenr
roturnod to tho county clerk's olllco
ns Chief Clerk of tho Redemption
Department. Tho head of this de
partment must have n vory complcto
understanding of tho laws portnlnlng
to titlos, tnxos nnd tnx tltlos nnd tho
records prove thnt tho work of this
ofllco during Mr. Crowe's term wns
performed in n manner highly satis
factory to nil concerned. Remained
with tho county clork until 1919, whon
ho was appointed chief clerk to tho
county treasurer, which position ho
ROBERT E. BURKE'S
Robert E. Iltirko, whoso potltlon
signod by 2,000 democratic voters has
boon filed as n cnndldato for United
Stntcs sonator has announced his plat
form in nn address to tho voters ot
Illinois. Ho says that:
IIo Is opposed to tho Longuo ot Na
tions. IIo favors tho independence of Ire
land nnd tho self-determination of
ovory smnll nntlon on earth.
IIo believes In jailing tho profiteers
in order to reduce tho high cost of
IIo is a frlond ot organized Inbor.
Although n totnl abstainer himself,
ho Is ngnlnst prohibition nnd wants
tho ISth Amondmont repealed. IIo bo
lloves in porsonnl llborty.
IIo bollovos In Increasing thosalnrlos
ot postal omployes.
IIo believes In giving ovory soldier,
snllor nnd innrlno in tho Into wnr n
Ho bollovos in tho freedom of tho
IIo points to tho fnct thnt ho was
olocted dolognto at largo to tho Demo
cratic National Convention on nn nntl
Wilson plntform four yonis ago. Thnt
ho wns tho only dolognto in tho con
vention to voto ngnlnst Wilson nnd
that ho Is proud of thnt voto now moro
Calvin V. Craig, the able- president
ot the Mechanics & Traders Stato
Dank, doservei great credit for the
well desorvod popularity ot that big
West Sldo institution.
Albeit 3. Hopkins, who made one
of tho best United States senators
Illinois over had, would make a groat
Wnrtl. lllcctod Win. Holdover.
1 J. J. Couchlln, 1) At. Konnn, D.
2 It. It. Jnckson, It.L. IJ, Anderson, It.
3 U. B. Schwartz, D.J. , rnssmorc, ll.
4 .1. A. lllchort, P.T. A. Hogan, D.
6 ii. J. Jlulcnhy, D. J.II.MoDonoUBh.D.
0 C. n. Eaton, lt..A.A.M,Cormlck,Il.
19.' 9,u"nsey, 11.. V. II. Fetzer, It.
8 M. S. Kurmnn, D. It.A.Woodhull, JD.
10 J. McNlchols, D. Krnnk Klnus, d.
11 1. Ilutkowskl, D.Vac. to bo niled.
12 .1. f?ntlnlr. n A r rMw.Mt r
2"4' P." Uor.n& S"H- - Shaffer, h.
14 J. II, Smith, D..O. M. Alnypolo, D. !
IB o. II. Olson, I1...1M. J. KalnUID. i
j.i.i-ioirowsKi.u.H. ii. Kunz, IJ,
21 U. J, AKnew.U.. Horsey Crowo, D.
gg J-v CS. JCkeln. D. ...Mnth.lllbboler, It.
23 V. P. steften, n.T. O. Wallace K.
"w uLiuniiivnaHL M.K,
?S 7,1 V?.M DXJ.- F- Kovarlk. D,
2?"iV'4l,.9Too'euD-Jns- v- Hums It.
3J T P. Moran, D. .Kcott AI. HoRan, ll.
55i,IiL,t"e' n....A. J. Fisher, ii.
33 A.O Anderson, H,j. p. darner. It.
34 J- Toman, D. . . . . Jos.O.Kostner, D.
35 T. J. Lynch, D. .John 8. Clark, D.
Alderman Fetzer Is a council leader.
Ho is chairmnn of tho public health
committee nnd a member of tho
llnnnco nnd othor Important commit
tees, and is recognized ns ono of tho
most populnr and efflcient membors ot
the city council.
Alderman Fetzer wns born in Ot
tawa, 111., nnd has lived in Chicago
twenty-four years. Ho is married and
lives at G542 University nvenuo. Ho
is a graduato of tho Ottawa public
schools, attended tho University ot
Illinois for two years, nnd graduated
from tho Northwestern University
with tho degree of LUD. Ho has
practiced law in Chicago for twenty
years. Ho wa; assistant state's at-
torncy from 1909 to 1913, and was
elected nldcrmnn from the Soventh
ward in 1917 and has sorved continu
ously In the council slnco then.
Aldormnn Fetzer is a mombor of
tho Chicago liar Association, tho Illi
nois Stato Har Association, tho Law
yers' Association, is a Mason of high
rank nnd wldo connections, Is n mom
bor of Chicago Lodgo No. -1, D. V. O.
Elks; Woodlawn Park Lodge, I. O. O.
P.; Onawn Trlbo, I. O. Red Men; tho
Woodlawn Park Club, tho Chicago
Automobilo Club nnd tho Woodlawn
liusliiess Men's Association.
As chairmnn ot tho public health
cnmmlttco ho mndo a long and forco
fill fight far tho reduction ot tho high
cost of living. IIo led a Chicago civic
and oulclnl delegation to Washington
Inst January nnd appeared beforo tho
joint committor) on ngrlculturo and
forestry of tho United States Con
gress In urging protection for tho peo
ple ngnlnst prolltcors.
Aldcriunn Fetzor hns been a con
sistent advocate ot n tag day for po
licemen and firemen.
"Ono of tho first things that chal
lenged my nttontlon whon I entored
th'j council," said Aldormnn Fetzor
tnilny, "was tho low salaries paid to
o ty employes, particularly pollcomon
"I persistently fought for hotter
salaries for city omployes during my
two terms In ofllco ns alderman. I
worked hard ns a mombor of tho
llnnnco cominltteo for bettor pay for
"During tltp consideration of tho
1920 budget by tho city council. I in
tioduccd nn amondmont increasing
wnrd npproprlntlons for nsh nnd gnr
bngo romovnl to tho extont of ?S00,
000, which wns pnssed."
The Mechanics & Traders Stato
Dnnk Is making a splondid record nnd
is gaining now customers and deposi
tors every day. It has an Ideal lo
cation in tho heart ot the groat west
sldo at tho corner ot Washington nnd
Adam Wolf, tho popular county as
scssor, is nn ideal public olllctnl.
William H. Wener always made
food public reoord.
John U. Smyth, tho well known in
surance mnn, with ofllcos at 710 West
Mndlson street, is ono ot tho rising
young men ot Chlcngo. Ho is popular,
nblo nnd enorgetlo and is a boo3tor
for overyth'Ing that makes for tho bet
termont ot this, his native city.
Sheriff Chnrlos W. Poters is mak
ing n most oxcollont record. No senn
dal hns attached to his ofllco, and
bench, bar nnd tho public commend
18 M.RKnvaiioBri.U.lohn J. Tuohy, D.
19 J, B. IJowler, D..John Powers, b.
20 M. Frnnz. D . ...Ilotirv T. vinb. r
""S ynkl "J!; D canltnln, n.
j, iiuuuriuiii, x...ins. uornev. it.
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. Jonson, D. . . . . .13. ii. Armltnge, ll.
i nmtin. v.
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;f ILUNOIS 1
i State News I
Springfield. Announcement of ntldl
tloiml rimd nnd bridge woik, for which
contracts are to be let, bus been tun tie
by the state division of hlghwnys. The
work tulvurtl.scd Included 20 miles of
grading, nnd the construction of two
steel bridges, one tcol nntl concrete
bridge mid nine concrete bridges. Tho
Binding Is apportioned among the
highways nml counties ns follows: On
tliy I'-flliigliiim-Fnlrneld highway, about
four miles In ..flltighuin county, nnd
about live miles In Clay nnd Wayne
counties. On the Mount Vernon-Fnlr-Held
highway, about n mile and n
third in Wayne county. On tho Spring-ileld-Dnnvllle
highway, nbotit three
miles In Champaign and Plittt coun
ties; and one nnd onc-hnlf miles In
Macon county. On the Vnnilnlla-Calro
highway, live and n fourth miles In
Union county, llrldgc work will be ns
followK: Ono 230-foot steel nnd con
crete bridge on the Kllln 'inm-Fnlrlleld
highway1 In Clny county; four concrete
bridges In Wayne nnd Clny counties,
same highway. On the Mount Vernon
Fairfield highway, one steel bridge and
four concrete bridges In Piatt county,
llesldes these, bids are asked on about
one-hnlf mile of earth road construc
tion In Green county nenr Hlllvlew, and
on n third mile of concrete road In
Franklin county, near Deerlng City.
Jollet. Attempts to crowd Into the
next few years nil the education, phy
sical development nnd play lost by tho
nlnetecniyear-old daughter of Mrs.
Mary Kolwlszkl of Jollet during her 17
years' Imprisonment hns been planned.
The child, locked In n basement be
cause of her crippled body, was found
by health authorities. She is unable
to walk or talk and her eyes glenm tin
nuturally. City health olllclals are
completing details of their Investiga
tion, preparatory to opening prosecu
tion of those responsible. Otllclals salt)
they hnd learned that tho girl was
plnced In tho cellar when she wns two
yenrs old. They said she bad tho phys
ical appearance of tv child of six nnd
her fnce wns gaunt nnd discolored. The
girl wns found In n crib In it corner of
the cellar covered with a quilt. The
only light came from one small win
dow. The girl's stepfather, Steve
Znrn, Is a railroad employee.
Sprlnglleld. Aetunl construction
work on the Illinois waterway, for
which an expenditure of $20,000,000
was authorized In an (intendment to the
stnto constitution voted in 1008, will
begin the middle of October, It wns
nnnounced by Director Frank I. Den
nett of the stnto department of public
works nnd buildings. The llrt work
will he done nt Marseilles and Starved
Rock. The project, the culmination of
over 100 years of agitation, will ex
tend from Lockport, on the Des Phillies
river, to La Snlle, on the Illinois river,
n dlstnneo of 03 miles, nnd will con
nect approximately 15,000 miles of Im
proved waterways In the Mississippi
valley and make continuing navigation
between the Mississippi river and the
Sprlnglleld. Despite the strike set
tlement, Illinois coal mines are work
ing hut part time. It Is due to a short
ago of coal curs, a report of the state
department of mines and minerals any.
The ear shortage has been prevalent
for months, the report states, nnd Is re
ducing the output of some ot the
mines to 50 per cent of normal. Wil
liamson, Franklin and Saline counties,
the three largest coal producing conn
ties In the Mate, are the hnidest hit,
tho report wiyn. Cent nil Illinois fared
better, but wiik iiImi affected to consid
Chicago. Adjt. Gen. Frank S. Dick
son nnuouuted the appointment of Col.
William K. Swnnson, Chlcngo, to the
command of the .Second Illinois Infan
try, and that of Col. Anson L. Hollo,
Chicago, to the coiiTinund of the First
Illinois Infantry. Colonel Swnnson wns
formerly of the Kleventh Infnntiy nnd
Colonel llolto of the Third reserve mi
litia. .Springfield. Ounrd ngnlnst the pre
vailing "Milliliter flu" Is u warning
which Is Issued to residents of Illinois
by Dr. C. St. Clnlr Drake, stnto direc
tor of public health. The development
of the epidemic Is a matter of consider,
nblo concern in all parts of Illinois. A
largo number of ciif-es uro under treat
ment In Springfield and vicinity.
Chninpnlgn. Denial that prospective
HtudentK of the University of Illinois
wore- unable to find rooming nerommn
tlntlous In Urlmnu and Champaign wns
Hindu by university otllclals.
Qiilncy. Klght denths occurred nt
the old soldiers and Millers' home nt
Qiilncy dining the month of August, a
report shows. Tho oldest was eighty
nnd tho youngest seventy-four.
Sterling. Lincoln hlgliwny paving
between Dixon and Sterling hns been
completed and tho road Is now open
Chicago. Olllclals of Ilunto liroth.
ors, confectioners, nnd three whole
sale grocery houses were indicted by
tho federal grand Jury, charged with
profiteering In sugar. Tho grocery
houses nnmeil nro tho Dmplre Grocery
company, Hndesumn Unit hers nnd the
Henderson Tnylor company.
Springfield. There wero 2S7 ar
rests In Springfield during tho mouth
of August, police records show. This
Is a large Increase over preceding
months. Dlsonleily conduct charge
predominated. Speed violators nnd
larceny came next.
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Popular Democratic Leader Who Is
1 John J. Coughlln, Chicago.
2 James J. Kelly, Chicago.
3 Torenco F. Moron, Chicago.
40. J. Milord, Chicago.
5 Barth. P. Collins, Chicago.
C Stephen D. Griffin, Chicago.
7 William Kclls, Chicago.
S James O'Connor, Chicago.
9 Edmond L. Mulcnhy, Chicago.
10 John P. Dougherty, Chicago.
13 Douglas Pattlson, Frooport.
15 Jnckson II. Penrco, Qulncy.
10 Thomas O'Connor, Peoria.
17 Kvorctt Smith, Lincoln.
18 C. A. Purdunn, Marshall.
19 Isnnc B. Crnlg, Mnttoon.
20 Jnmcs McNnbb, Carrollton.
21 Ernest Hoover, Tnylorvllle.
22 Jeremiah Hoover, East St. Louis.
25 Reed Green, Cnlro.
CHICAGO TAX RATE
ON $100 BY TOWNS
1 i I Hi ;
2 ! ii i !
A hi $ W K hi
Stnto ....J0.10 (0.40 (0.40 (0.40 (0.40 (0.40
County .. .49 .49 .49 .49 .49 .49
Town 07 .03
City ChRO. 2.03 2.0S 2.0S 2.0S 2.0S 2.03
School ... 1.59 1.59 1.59 1.59 1.53 1.59
Sanitary . .23 .23 .23 .23 .23 .23
Park 44 .48 .52 .30
FVst pres. .05 .05 .05 .05 .05 .05
bonds .. .08 .08
Totnls .(5.41 (5.41 (5.36 (5.14 M.St (4.84
Charles Molltor, a recognized loader
In tho machinery trado, Is one of Chi
cago's leading and most reliable busi
ness men. His nam Is honored
wherever he la known.
Alderman Waltor P. StofTen Is mak
ing a fine record In the city council.
Georgo L. Scheln, tbo well known
lawyer, who nunibors his frlonds by
tho tbousnnd, would mnko a fine Judge.
Mr. Scholn has no ambition In this di
rection, it is said, but his ability, fair
ness nnd legal exporlonco well fit him
for Judicial honors.
Colonel August W. Mlllor, popular
clork ot tho Circuit Court is making a
splendid public record.
nOBERT E. BURKE.
Democratic Nominee for U. S. Senator
Highly Respected In the Financial and
VOTE FOR BUGEE
Popular Assistant Corporation
Counsel Should Be Nominated
for Municipal Judge.
John A. Uugcc, one of tho best
known and most populnr lawyers in
Chicago is a Republican cnndldato
for Associate Judge of tho Municipal
Court. His ability and high charac
ter are attested by all who know
him and his elcvution to tho bench
would bo n well deserved compli
ment. Mr. Bugco is at presont nn
assistant to Corporation Counsol
ICttlcson and his work In thnt Impor
tant department hns won for him
FOR JUST TAXES
Property Owners Outside of the
Loop Resent What They
Call a Very Unjust
Homo owners and owners of roalty
outsldo of tho loop aro loud in their
protest against what thoy consider un
Tltoy aro rained over 21 per cent
on their valuation wliffo tho loop dis
trict escapes as usual with tho aamo
perccntngo ns tho llttlo fellow.
All business is driven to tho loop
by every bit ot city legislation.
Rents In tho loop havo boon raued
exorbitantly. Tho loop taxes on In
:omo property should be raised accord
ingly. Sovcrnl of tho aldcrmon nro feeding
class hatred by abusing property own-
Chicago pooplo aro doing pretty well
In the wny of boosting tho town nt
homo. Patronize homo industries.
That is "boost" enough.
Maurice T. Cuilorton Is much re
spected as a leader in labor circles.
Captain T. P. Barry, the populnr
gcnerul mnnnger of tho (Hobo Mutunl
Life Insurance Compnny of Chlcngo,
Is one of tho most popular under
writers In tho stnte, ns well ns n pro
gressive cltUou whoso vlows nro al
ways populnr with men who lovo Jus
tlcc and honesty.
Frank Johnston, Jr., able Judge ot
the Circuit court, would make a
great governor of Illinois.
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