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Democratic Candidate for United
His Peerless Record As Sanitary
Trustee Entitles Him to
Ono of tlio best men to hold tho
position of Sanitary Trustco was
Thomas M. Sullivan, Ills record as n
mombcr of tho board was nbovo re
proach. Ho Is honest, nblo and aggres
sive. Thomas M. Sullivan deserves cloo
ticr us a candlduta for trustco of tho
Sanitary District of Chicago.
His former record on tho uoard Is a
sufficient guarantco of his ability and
As chairman of tho engineering
commlttco during his former term ho
placed 22,000 arc lamps in tho streets
Ho turned tho first shovelful of dirt
on tho Sag Channel and labor was
given nbundanco of work whllo ho
viG" chairman of tho commlttco.
His work was of a progrosslvo char
acter and tho different committees of
vomen, both Democrats and Repub
licans, who mado a study of his rec
ord and attended all meetings liavo
often testified to his efficiency and ex
port knowlcdgo of Sanitary District
Mr. Sullivan is an ardent advocate
of a deep waterway to tho Gulf. Ho
believes that tho land owned by tho
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337 South Franklin St. CHICAGO, ILL.
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States Senator, Whose Record Run
District along tho North Snoro and
its channel to Lockport and, incl
denally to Starved Hock, Bhould bo
mod for building a boulovnrd to ro
llovo tho congestion on our streets.
Ho Is known ns an expert on tho
very complicated question of sewngo
No membor of congress has done
more work for tlio good of his constit
uents than Congressman James Mr.
Andrews of llio Sixth Chicago district.
Ho Is able, affablo nud IndUBtrloui
and never overlooks tlio needs of his
district. A great nutubor of public
spirited citizens and businessmen,
headed by Former President Thomas
A. Smyth of tho Sanitary Dis
trict of Chicago nro working hard
for McAndrews' ro-clcctlon In tho in
terest of the wliolo city.
Calvin F. Craig, tho ablo prestdont
of tho Mechanics & Traders Btato
Bank, dosorves groat credit for the
well dosorved popularity of that big
West Sldo Institution.
Alboit J. Hopkins, who made ono
of tho bast United States senators
Illinois over had, would make a groat
IT is easy to be wrong
when you guess at tele
phone numbers and the
result is annoying to the
person called in error.
The operator, too, is
blamed, whereas she has
simply called the num
ber asked for.
Always make euro of
tho number by consulting
tho telephone directory
before calling. Following
this custom will improve
the entire service.
At large Wllllam E. Mason, Rep.
Richard Yates, Rep.
1 Martln B. Madden, Rep.
2 James R. Mann, Rep.
3 William W. Wilson, Rep.
4 'John W. Ralney, Oem.
5 Adolph J. Sabath, Dam.
6 James McAndrews, Dem.
7 Nlcls 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.
io 'toward J. King, nep.
16 'Clifford Ireland, Rep.
17 Frank L. 8mlth, Rep.
18 'Joseph G. Cannon, Rep.
19 'William B. McKlnley, Rep.
20 'Henry T. Ralney, Dem.
21 'Loren E. Wheeler, Rep.
22 'William A. Rodenberg, Rtp.
23 'Martin D. Foster, Dem.
24 'Thomas 8. Williams, Rep.
25 'Edward E. Denleon, Rep.
TIMOTHY E. CROWE
DATE FOR RECORDER
Timothy .1. Crowe, Democratic con
dldato for recorder, Is forty-eight
years of nge, married, has four
children and resides nt 5825 Washing
ton blvd. Received common and high
school education. After leaving school
cngnged In tho reuWcstato business on
his own account and In 1904 entered
the employ of Mills & Co., n real
estato firm, as their expert valuator.
Remained with Mills & Co. until 1911,
when hn resigned for n position In
tho claims department of tho Chica
go City Hallways. Resigned In 1911
to nccept nppolntment by tho county
clerk as Assistant Chief Clerk of tho
Tax Extension Department, having
chnrgo of tho preparation of nil war
rants for tho collection of general
taxes In Cook county, n work requir
ing an expert knowlcdgo of real estate
locations and descriptions. Resigned
this position In 19)5 to become stato
bank examiner. In which capacity ho
sorved until 1917, and in thnt year
roturncd to tlio county dork's olllco
ns Chief Cleric of tho Redemption
Department. Tho head of this de
partment must have a wry comploto
understanding of tho laws portainlng
to titles, taxes ami tax titles and tho
records prove that tho work of this
ofllco during Mr Crowo's term was
performed in a manner highly satis
factory to nil concorned Romnlned
with tho county clerk until 1919, when
ho wns appointed chief clerk to tho
county treasurer, which position ho
Charles E. Ummach, president ot
tho well known R. Williamson Com
pany, 1b ono of Chicago's progrosslvo
citizens who 1b always working bard
for the upbuilding of tho city, and
tho advancement of Its Interests. He
stands high with everybody who
Edmund T. Perkins, tlin well tartwn
engineer, Is a progressive Chicagunu
with a national reputation in his pro
fession. (OFFICIAL PUBLICATION.)
Ilcpott of tho cow'ltlon nf
Merchants and Traders State Bank
located nt Chicago, Stat' of UllnnlH, at
tho closo of htixlni'x mi tho Mil iluy of
September. 120. iih maili to the Auditor
of I'ulille Account of tht Htutu ot Illinois,
pursuant to law.
1. J.oaiiH and discounts 91,015,991. CG
2, OvoulrnftH 2,5'Ki.lS
I I.lboi ty Loan Hands 2."il,.S50.cm
n. cvrtliicnto of lmli'liti.iiu'HH I5,ooo,no
. War HavltiKH Stamps .... 779.70
7. Other lioixlu and HlocM . . . 312.tir.M7
S. HanUlim hoiiHu, fuiuUuru
and llxturoH 100.70
10. Duo fiom lianlfH 23S.I10.21
12 KxclinnKea, checks and col-
lections 17 1, 803. CG
13. Other ienurcfM Klmk In
Kedrral lteservo ll.uilt ... 7,500.00
11. ltoveiuui Ktnmps 100,00
Totnt leKourceH $2,718,101 SO
1. Capital stock paid la $ 200.000,00
2. Surplus fund r.ii.noo 00
.1. I'ndlvldcd piollts (no;) ... In, 210. 17
I. Deposits 2,3110,155.05
7. Iteserved for tnxes and ln-
teiest 0,001.3 1
10. Other liabilities Other re-
Total liabilities tt.71S.10l.8fl
I. Xorton V, Stuce. Cashier of tho
Mechanics mid Tradcis Stato Uank, do
holemnly swenr that the above statement
Is true to tho best of my knowledKo and
(Sinned) NORTON' V. STl'Cn,
Stato of Illinois, County of Cook, ss.
SuliKci'lbod and swoiii to befont mo this
21st day of September. 1020.
(Signed) JOHN' R AMlinilO,
(Seal) Notiuy Public.
Wnnl. Illectcd 1020, Itnlilorern.
1 J. J. Couchlln, D.Sr. Kcnna, D.
2 It. H. Jncltson, ILL. D. Andorson, It.
3 U. S. Schwartz, O..T. II. Passmore, II.
4 J. A. Illchort, D.T. A. Ilognn, b.
6 11. J. Mulcahy, D. J.B.MoDonough.D.
G C. H. Knton, It.. A.A.M'Cormlok, It.
7 O. Guernsey, 11.. W. 11, Kotzer, It.
8 M. 8. Furman, I). It.A.Woodhull. D.
0 8. W. Oovlor, D..O. Madderom, 11.
10 J. McNIohols, D. l'rank Klaus. D.
11 I,. lUltkownkl, I). Vac. to bo niled.
13 J. O. Home, D.. 8." 6.' Shaffer, h. 'i
14 J. II. Smith, D..O. at. Maypoto, D. .
io u, it. uisuii, j...i'.u, j, ivninui u.
1G .I.A.Plotrowskl.D.8. II. Kunz, V.
18 M.I'MCavnnnBli, D.John J. Tuohy, D.
10 J. H. Howler, U...Iohn Powers, D.
20 M. Franz, D ....Henry L. Flck, D.
21 C. J. Agnow, R..Dorsey Crowe, D.
22 L. C. Kloln, D....Math.inbbeIor. It.
23 W. P. Stelten, n.T. o. Wallace, 1L
24 J. Iladerlaln, D...Ias. Dorncy, it.
25 F. .1. Link, it.... II. D. Capltaln, IL
2G T. It, Caspers, D.Wm. F. i.tpps, .
27 C. Jensen, I) i:. ll. Armltaeo, It.
28 M.AdamowBkl, D.C. F. Smith, D.
20 T. F. Hyrne. fa.. J. F. Kovnrlk, D.
30 W. It. o'Toolo. D.Jas. F. IJurns, 11.
31 T. F. Mornn, D. .Scott .M. HoRnn, It.
32 J. H. Lylo, It.... A. .1. Fshor, II.
33 A.O Anderson, Il.J. p. Garner, It.
34 J. Toman, D fos.O.Kostner, D.
35 T. J. Lynch, D... John S. Clark, D.
Alderman Kotzer Is a council leader.
Ho Is chairman ot tho public health
commlttco and n member ot tho
llnnuco and other Important commit
tees, and is recognized ns ono of the
most popular and olllclent members of
tho city council.
Alderman Kotzer wns born in Ot
tawa, 111., and has lived In Chicago
twenty-four years. Ho Is married and
lives at C3I2 University avenue. Ho
Is n groduuto of tho Ottawa public
schools, attended tho University of
Illinois for two years, and graduated
from tho Northwestern University
with tho degrco of LUD. Ho has
practiced law in Chicago for twenty
years. Ho was assistant stnto's nt-
torncy from 1009 to 1913, and wns
elected alderman from tho Sovcnth
ward in 1917 nud has served continu
ously in tlio council sluco then.
Alderman Kotzer Is a mombor of
tho Chicago liar Association, tho Illi
nois State liar Association, tho Law
yers' Association, Is n Mason of high
rnnk nnd wldo connections, is a mom
bor of Chicago I.odgo No. 1, II. P. O.
Kilts; Woodlawn I'nrk Lodge, I. O. O.
I; Onuwn Trlbo, I. O. lied Men; tho
Woodlawn I'nrk Club, tho Chicago
Automobile Club nnd tho Woodlawn
Business Men's Association.
As chairman of tho public health
committee ho mado n long and force
ful fight for tho reduction of tho high
cost of living. Ho led a Chicago civic
and olllclnl delegation to Washington
lust January nnd appeared hotoro tho
Joint commlttco on ngriculturo nnd
forestry of tho United States Con
gross In urging protection for tho peo
ple against profiteers.
Alderman Ketzor hns been a con
sistent ndvocnto of a tag day for po
licemen nnd llromcn.
"Ono of tho first things that chal
lenged my nttentlon when I entered
thj council," said Alderman Kotzer
today, "was tho low salaries paid to
o ty employes, particularly pollcomon
"I persistently fought for hotter
salaries for city employes during my
two termn In olllco as aldormnn. I
worked hard ns n momber of tho
flnnnco commlttco for bettor pay for
"During tlyi consideration of tho
192"0 budget by tho city council. I In
troduced an niuondmont Increasing
ward appropriations for nsh and gar
bngo removal to tho oxtont ot $S00,
COO, which was passed."
The Mechanics & Traders State
Dank Is making a splondld record and
Is gaining now customers nnd deposi
tors every day. It has an ldoal lo
cation In the heart of tho great wost
sldo ot tho cornor of Washington and
Adam Wolf, tho popular county as
sessor, Is nn Idenl public ofllcial.
William H. Weoer always mad
good public record.
John U. Smyth, tho well known In
surnnco man, with offices nt 716 Wost
Madison Btrcot, Is ono ot tho rising
young men of Chicago. Ho Is popular,
ablo and cnorgctlc and is a boostor
for ovorytlilng thnt makes for tho bet
tormont ot this, his native- city.
Sheriff Chnrlos W.. Peters Is mak
ing n most oxcollont record. No scan
dal has nttached to his ofllco, and
bonch, bar and tho public commend
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Dl.vnn. CitiundliDg day was recti t
ly obHTrved In Lee county. A unique
cutiipiilKii wiih conducted by ftumi-rs
with their wins nnd hired help, to ex
terminate tho little nuluinlH upon the
fiivpix. The giii from carbon bisul
phide was Introduced into the burrows
and this proves elllraclous In destroy
hit: flio iot.x. Some owner of motyr
vehicles nNo ndopted the plan of til
ertlnt: the fumes from the gasoline
engine exhaust Into the opening--. The
nnlmiiN tire very p:illllc nnd wlien n
fiirni Im hone.veoinlied with them, tho
vnlite of the hind Is greatly reiltfed.
HprlnsMelil. I'rlzex won nl the 1020
Illlnol) suite fnlr hitxe served to ntltl
iniicli Impetiix to the work of Snngiimoti
county boys nnd girls who nre Inter
4xed In ngrleulturiil and live stock
clubs, ncconlliig to I. A. Madden, Snn
guinoti county fiirm mlvNer. Klfty
three club member of the county who
exhibited Mock nt the stnte fair this
year carried off 01 ribbons of which
2.'l were blue, uiaklm: nn unttxtinlly
good showlnt.', Mr. Madden sav.s,
Itliiomhiglon. Ax a direct result of
worrying over the rnnl sltnulloii, Wil
liam II, Johnson, need fifty-four, shot
and killed himself In it wan-house nt
Itloomlnglon, Owing to the pressure
of ctixtouiers for eonl the last few
weeks, with the Inability of Ihe coin
pany to get coal enough to keep up
with the iloiimuiR Mr. Johnson had
worked hlni-elf Into it -fnte of nerv
ous exhaustion, leading to derange
ment, hlx physician slntes.
Sptlnulleld. Condition of the corn
crop In Illinois on September 1 wax
estimated nt 7ii per rent normal. Inill
ratlin: n crop of about 'JSi.tNi.txsl
bushels, ns compared with I'.OI.OOO.OOO
bushels produced last year nud !H7.
r:i7,)K), the nveraue of the live years
llll'MR. The estlinnte wax tnade by
the t'nlted States ileparttnent of iilmI
culture bureau of crop estimates. In
co-operation wllh the stnte deparltnent
Carllnvllle. l-.lectlou Judges nnd
clerks In one precinct of Macoupin
county wnlted nt the polls nil day for
some one to uppear nud east u ballot
nt the state primary, but they waited
In vain. "No voles," was their report.
They had "forgotten" to vote them
selves. It was CuhoUla, the llrot capi
tal of Illinois, precinct No. I. that
maintained this strict neutrality In the
Spiingllehl. There wns an Incroaso
of approximately SS.fiiX) In receipts on
gates nt the Illlnol stnte fnlr of lO'JO,
according to n report, which has been
given to Charles Adklnx, director nf
agriculture, which Is subject to re
vision. All departments Included In
the report show Increases, with the ex
ception of money received from tick
ets, which are sold nt the general of
fices. Marlon. According to the assess
ment records of Williamson county
thero Is one township that has several
thousand Inhabitants without a sluu'le
wntch, clock or sewing mnchine, but
that township which Includes portions
of Johnston City, White Ah nnd
Pittsburgh, Is long nn niiui-onuMit.
This township, which keeps time by
n sundial, has 171 pianos nnd 01 or
gans. Sprlitglleld. The constitutional con
ventlon, -nt reeexxi for weeks, recon
vened only to adjourn until after elec
tion. It will reconvene No ember S
and, by resolution of the rubs com
mittee, will remain In contlnii' ax ses
sion, six days each week until tho
constitution Is drafted. ,
Chicago. John Kltzpatrlek as re
elected president of the Chleao Ked
crallon of Labor for the fourteenth
consecutive term nnd IMward N'. Nock
els was selected secretary for the eight
eenth time nt the annual ele. tlou of
Decatur. This city Is facing u seri
ous stringency In municipal if 'omits,
the taxes being SI 25,000 short of tic
tunl needs. It has boon found neces
sary to levy o number of special tnxes,
to Incrense the funds, else many do
pnrtiuenls must be seriously ciirtulleil.
Lltchlleld. 1'or the second time In
Its history Montgomery con ity hns
been given n clean bill by a grand
Jury, The Inquisitorial body met and
adjourned, having had no cas s to In
vestigate. Kankakee. An unidentified negro,
believed to ho from Chicago Heights
was shot to death by a pnsv which
hnd surrounded him afler he had been
caught robbing u residence near Hon
Held. Aurora. Tho Aurnrn KlUs ' have
launched n campaign to raise Si 50,000
for the construction of n building. A
lot costing 520,000 hns been purchased,
Hurrlshurg. Tho Gnlatla bank wns
wrecked by snfeblowcrH, but the rob
bers failed to reach tho Inner vault.
An overcharge of nltroglyceiln com
pletely demolished tho bank building
nnd woljo the entire town. The rob
bers tied without trying to reach tho
Springfield. United Slates Senntor
Lawrence Y. Sherninn of this city Is
facing the allernatlvo of a year's com
plete i est from work or blindness.
Specialists have decided there Is no
mher help for him as lie has almost
worn bis ejes out by overwork.
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EDWARD J. BRUNDAQE,
Popular Attorney General, Who Was Renominated at tho Primary and
Will De Re-elected In November.
1 John J. Coughlln, Chicago.
2 James J. Kelly, Chicago.
3 Tcrenco K. Mornn, Chicago.
10. J. Milord, Chicago. A
G Ilarth. P. Collins, Chlcngo,
C Stephen D. Clrimn, Chlcngo.
7 William Kclls, Chicago.
S James O'Connor, Chicago.
9 IMmotul L. Mulcahy, Chicago.
10 John P. Dougherty, Chicago.
13 Douglas Pattlson, Krcoport.
15 Jnckson It. Pcarco, Quincy.
1C Thomas O'Connor, Peoria.
17 Kvorett Smith, Lincoln.
18 C. A. Purdunn, Marshall.
19 Isaac 11. Craig, Mattoon.
20 James MeNabb, Carrollton.
21 Kmost Hoover, Tnylorvlllo.
22 Jcromlnh Hoover, Knst St. Louis.
23 Itccd Orcen, Cairo.
CHICAGO TAX RATE
ON $100 BY TOWNS
I i J lit '
5 " si b s
I I 8 u &
V. J ? w
Stnto ....RIO $0.10 (0.40 $0.10 0.I0 10.10
County .. .19 .ID .19 AV .19 .49
Town 07 .03
City CbBO. I.0S 2.0S 2.03 2.0S 2.0S 1.03
school ... i.r9 1.S9 l.r.s 1.C3 i.r9 l.no
Sanitary . .23 .23 .23 .23 .23 .23
I'nrk 11 .18 .02 .30
rVflt pros. .05 .03 .05 .05 .03 .03
bonds .. .06 .05
Totals .J5.U J5.ll (5.36 15.11 JI.SI JI.SI
Charlos Molltor, a rocognlzod loader
In tho machinery trade, Is ono of Chi
cago's lending and most reliable busi
ness men. His name Is honored
wherever tee U known.
Alderman Wnltor P. Stoffen la mak
ing a One record In tho city council.
Qoorgo L. Scholn, mo well known
lawyer, who numbors his frlonda by
tho thousnnd, would mako n fine Judge.
Mr. Scholn has no ambition In Uits di
rection, it is said, but his ability, fair
ness and legal oxporlenco well fit him
for judicial honors.
Colonol August W. Millor, popular
clork of the Circuit Court is making a
splondld public record.
WILLIAM H. WESBEY,
Popular City Collector and Republican Leader, Who Always Carries the
. VOTE FOR BliGEE
Popular Assistant Corporation
Counsel Should Be Nominated
for Municipal Judge.
John A. Ilngee, ono of tho best
known nnd most popular lawyers In
Chicago Is n Republican candidate
for Associate Judge of tho Municipal
Court. Ills ability nud high charac
ter aro attested by all who know
him nnd his elevation to tho bench
would bo n well deserved compli
ment. Mr. Ilugeo is nt present nn
assistant to Corporation Counsel
Kttlcsou nud his work in thnt Impor
tant department has won for lilm
FOR JUST TAXES
Property Owners Outside of the
Loop Resent What They
Call a Very Unjust
Homo owners nnd owners of realty
outside of tho loop nro loud in their
protest against what thoy consider un
They nro raised over fll per cont
on their valuation whllo tho loop dis
trict escapes as usual witli tho sanio
pcrcentngo as tho littlo fellow.
All business Is driven to tho loop
by every bit of city legislation.
Itents In tho loop hnvo been raucd
exorbitantly. Tho loop taxes on In
:omo property should bo raised accord
ingly. Soveral of tho aldermen nre feeding
class hatred by abusing property own
ers. Chlcngo pcoplo aro doing pretty well
In tho wny ot boosting tho town at
homo. Pntronlzo homo industries.
Thnt Is "boost" enough.
Maurice T. Cullcrton la much r
epectod as a lender In labor circles.
Captain T. r. Harry, tho popular
general manager of tho (ilobo Mutual
Llfo Insurance Company of Chlcngo,
Is ono of the most popular under
writers In tho state, as well ns a pro
grosslvo citizen whoso vlows nro nl
ways popular with men who lovo Jus
tice nnd honesty.
Frnnlc Johnston, Jr., nblo judgo of
tho Circuit court, would mako a
great governor ot Illinois.