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The Chleaoo Eagle, a newspaper
for all classes of readers, Is devoted
to National, State and Local Pol
itics) to the publication of Mu
nlclpal, State, County and San.
Itary District news) to comment
on people In public life! to clean
baseball and sports, and to the
publication of General Information
of Public Interest. Financial, Conv
merelal and Political.
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1920
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COLONEL JAMES HAMILTON LEWIS,
Democratic Candidate for Governor of Illinois.
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THE NEXT LEGISLATURE.
Tho Fifty-second General Absent
bly, which coin ones on the first Tucs
da of January. 1921, will bo pio
nounceilly Republican. Tho present
Assembly consists of thirty-four Re
publican and seventeen Democuuic
senators ami ninety Republicans and
sixty-three Democrats In tho 1 louse
Under the law n senatorial com
mlttee of the respective political
party In each district meets thirty
days befotc tho primary election and
designates tho number of lopresenta
tlvcs It will elect.
Tills Is pursuant to tho constltu
tlotAit provision respecting minority
lepiesentation. Theso designations
nro gcnernll ugreed upon by tho
party senatorial committees.
Tho next Stato Sonnto will piob
ably bo unchanged politically, con
sisting ot the same number of Re
publicans and Democrats.
G. O. P. VOTE ON MUNICIPAL
Gooigo B. Holmes.... 108.013
It win R. Hazen 70,380
Samuel H. Trudo 1C1.G23
Sherman E. Try 108,1215
Walter P. Steffcn 07,503
Earl C Hales 83,223
William L. Morgan 119,131
John A. Rugeo 110,509
Gabriel J. Norden.... 81,90.!
William R. FeUer 133,503
Henry M. Walker 129,010
Robert E. GenUel 120.000
Asa G. Adams 115,745
Lnurenco B. Jacobs.... 113,020
Joseph W. Schulman 111,019
James A. Scott 109,522
Max Shulmnn . r"'JJ
Theodore 11. Wunderlich 01,397
Nlnlnn H. Welch 71,012
Kent Green 9,?.
August r. W. Siobol 01,03.
Richard Hill, Jr. - 2
Sam'l G. Hamblen...- ' c
Wm. Edward Hryan 17.8S0
John R. Philip .'f
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Sam'l G. Hamblen io.iui
TOO MUCH TAXATION ON BUS.
NESS AND THE REMEDY.
There Is too much direct taxation
on business and our law makers aro
not using good judgment.
Tho wealth of this country has been
built up by savings out of profits In
business. There aro no such Bavlng
today. Ono of tho pessimistic lnflu
onces in tho present situation is that,
whereas in former periods of booms
In business, tho merchant who made
a largo profit, while spending liberal
ly, was enabled to put generous sumo
back into bis business to provido for
tho reaction that was certain to conn,
wo now bavo a situation whero, due
to tho last tbreo years of buslnoss
boom, profits bavo been largo; yo'
merchants havo had to pay out ot
either lncomo taxes or excess profit
taxes, practically all that they lmo
earned over their living expenses
and when tho losses duo to tho road
justment ot values aro registered
many will have suffered material i'
ductlons in their resources, whlru
would oidlnarlly bo rolled upon t.
mr-et theso losses.
If this keeps up business will bo
Thoro is only ono way to osrar
this, and that is through a tax tr
sales, In which overy citizen ot th
Tnlted States, as woll as any fu
elgnor who may llvo within our hlior.
will pay equally toward tho rxpcnM
of tho Government and hae his stak
In tho country.
Michael h Carmotly, for jears ono
of tho most valued exports In tho
water meter department of tho city
government lias bvillt up a largo and
nourishing law pmctlcc since ho wns
admitted to tho b.ir. Ills knowledge
of commeiclal and teal entitle law
lunkcs him especially valuable to his
Walter 1'. StclTcn ran far ahead of
his ticket for tho nomination for
.Mtinlclp.il court Judge, but tho Thomp
son tide was too much to overcome.
County Commissioner Aroort Nowak
1ms mado a splendid public record
slnco his election to tho county board.
Ho is always looking after tho Inter
ests of tho peoplo as his votes prove
His constituents nro proud of him and
woll satisfied with his record.
Captnin Henry Cbannon, the) well
known and highly respected president
ot the H. Chaunon Company, is one of
tho men who la always working to
mako Chlctvgo greater. Captain Chan
oon's public spirit, his natural energy
and his groat popularity mak him a
rnluable man to any cause that he
W. F. Cummlngs, tho well known
engineer and contractor, has mado a
flno record. His work is praised all
over tho country.
Fletcher Dobyns, the popular mas
ter in chanccy, is at tho forefront
In every movement (or the ttottor
ment of ChicnKO.
Oscar F. Mayer, as a business man
and a citizen, docs crodit to Chicago.
Ho stands for progress and Is ono of
tbo men who have holpod mako tho
Judge Kickham Scanlan, tho able
Jurist and popular orator, Is often
spoken of for high political honors.
Joseph F. Haas has always made
a good public record. Ho Is a man
of tho people.
Emmott Whcalan is making a splen
did record as a member of tbo County
Doard of Commissioners. Ho Is a
veteran Chicago prlntor who stands
high with evorybody In tho trado and
as a public odlclnl Is winning frlonds
Don't put your monoy on out-of-town
boosting schemes. Just spend It In
Chicago with Chicago people
Cbarlos Krutckort is ono ot the
most popular members of the Board
of Assessors. Ho always looka after
tho people 's interests.
Georgo E. Orennnn la one of tn
ablest and most popular Democratic
loaders In Illinois. His acquaintance
with conditions all over tho state, hla
groat clrclo of frlonds and his unira
poachablo democracy are strong ele
ment In hia success.
Charles E Davis, president ot Roth
schild & Co., tho great Stato street
store, is ono of tho llvo wires of Chi
cago Ho is foromost in ovory move
ment for tho betterment of tho city
and for tho advancement of its inter
ests. His llfo work has been n con
tinuous boost far Chicago.
CHARLES W. PETERS,
Populalar, Fearless and Efficient She riff of Cook County, Who Always
Docs His Duty Without Fear or Favor.
William O. Kolth, commissioner of
tho Bureau of Gas and Electricity, Is
n popular and painstaking public of
ficial and tho good record ho Is mak
ing is pleasing tho citizens of Chicago.
IIo is a practical eloctrlclan and tho
pooplo aro all with him In his success
ful efforts to Improvo tho efficiency of
tho Important dopartmont ho is at tho
Lnwronco P. Romano ot tho well
known Morse-Romano Co., Is ono of
tho best liked men in tho investment
and real estato lino In Chicago. His
nbillty and courtesy havo won for
him an army ot friends.
Andrew J. Ryan is ono of tho ablest
and most highly rospocted lawyers
Francis J. Houlihan, able and popu
lar attorney, with ofllcos In tho Con
tinental & Commercial Bank building,
is often mentioned for judgo.
Coroner Peter M. Hoffman Is one
ot tho most popular public officials In
Dominlck Marublo is a leader In
tho teaming and trnnstor business of
Chicago. Ho has built up his big
buslnoss by strict attontlon to tho
needs and wishes ot his many patrons.
Adam Ortsoifon, ono ot the best ot
Chicago's City Treasurers, would
mako a good Stato Treasurer.
Dixon C. Williams, the well knows
manufacturer, deserves well at the
hands of tho Democratic party. H M
a torn lcadar.
John W. Hnyfs. thf popular t,i.
urer and general inanii.fr ot th
beautiful Camol Palaf Gardt n woull
mako a good city derk Bom .mil
raised In Chicago, ho has man) friendh
who would work hard for his oloctlon
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Henry A. Zcndcr is giving general
satisfaction ns Superintendent of Pub
lie Scrvlco for Cook county. Ho is u
thorough business mnn and his
methods nro as up to dato as they
Tho Chicago Englo was the only pn
per that supported tho candidacy ot
Roboit E. Burko for United States
senator. Ho carried Chicago and Cook
county by a largo majority.
Cuttor & Crossetto Company, 337
South Franklin Btrcot, Chicago, nro
turning out tho bost shirt on tho mar
ket in their Justly famous Elgln-Mndo
shirt. It pleases everybody for style,
wear nml comfort. Your dealer should
havo It. For salo everywhere.
Many of tho friends of Harry R.
Glbboni, popular County Treasurer,
aro already talking about 'him ns tho
Democratic candldato for mayor at tho
next city election.
Gibbons is very popular In tho Dem
ocratic party and has n great number
of ndinlrcrs in tho Republican camps.
Ho Is ory strong with nil classes
and litis some of tho biggest business
men In Chicago among his boosters.
Henry F. Norcott stands high In
the estimation of tho buslnoss world
of Chicago. Mr. Norcott Is prcsidont
ot tho well known roal estato houso
of II. O Stonn -ad Company, nnd Is
nctlvo in eve- movement that has
for Its object li ncttonncnt of Chicago.
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JOHN A. BUGEE,
Popular Republican Candidate for Judge of the Municipal Court.
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WILLIAM D. MUNHALL,
Popular Master In Chancery of the Circuit Court and Leading Member
of the Bar.
Robert E. Cantwoll, eloquent, able,
courteous and learned is ono of the
most popular leaders at tho Chicago
Charles Si. Corbctt, tho popular
cashier of tho Century Trust & Sav
ings Bank is n public spirited citizen
who is always boosting Chicago nnd
helping to ndvanco tho prosperity of
Chief Mooney of tho city detective
bureau, Is ono of tho ablost pollco
ofllclals in tho United States.
Otto Rico, ttio popular secretary and
manugor of tho Quick Servico Laun
dry Company, would mako a splendid
West Park commissioner. Ho is pub
lic splrltod and popular, and haa th
good wishos of his fellow cltlxoni.
Wnltor E. Allen, vice-president nnd
general manager of tho Universal
Electric Washer Company, is ono ot
tho most respected business mon In
Chicago. Ho is progressive, nctlvo
nnd popular and is ono ot tho young
Chlcagonns who is making tho city
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nated by n majority of ovor 100,000
votors, ns Tho Eaglo predicted.
Fred W. Upham is always on hand
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Edward A. Cudahy stands foremost
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Charles E. Timroth, tho popular
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William H. Lyiaaa, th popular too
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aea4 of the big public contracting
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Robert M. Sweitzer Is ono of the
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ROBERT E. WILSON,
Popular Democratic Nominee for the Legislature In the Sixth Sena
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UEWIS L. EMMERSON,
Who Defeated Doc Reld by 100,000 for Secretary of State.
EUGENE R. PIKE,
Former City Comptroller and Republican Leader.
Vincent E. Guarno, tho woll known
roal estato man, is talkod of for
county commissioner. Ho would
mako an ideal public offlclal as ho
is honest and painstaking and thor
oughly conversant with tho needs of
Tho mon who are putting extra lo
cal taxes on the pooplo are public
onomlos. The peoplo have burdens
enough to boar without putting up
their last cent for fads.
Edward W. Everett, the woll knows
lawyor, is frequently talked of for
congress by his many political frlonds.
Ho is said to havo no ambition In this
direction, but his popularity would
cause his election to almost any office
ho was nominated for.
Harrison B. Riley, president ot the
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ono ot the foromost citizens of Chi
cago; always progressive and patriotic.
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COLONEL A. W. MILLER,
Republican Nominee for Clerk of the Circuit Court.