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CHICAGO, ILL., JANUARY 4, 191S.
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n this City and throughout the State of Illinois
fused to vote for Hon. William Hale Thompson for United States
nator and many of them will not support him in his campaign
for re-election for Mayor of the City of Chicago.
JOHN B. FRENCH, MAYOR THOMPSON'S COLORED 'Hon. Archibald James Carey, Ph. D.
CANDIDATE, FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER i D- D- 'piy proves that there is
FELL BY THE WAYSIDE AT THE SEPTEMBER
PRIMARIES IN THE SECOND WARD; WHERE
THE PRESENT CHIEF EXECUTIVE OF THIS
CITY EXPECTED TO PULL THROUGH WITH
TEN OR FIFTEEN THOUSAND MAJORITY, BUT
HIS COUNTY TICKET WAS CUT AND SLASHED
TO DEATH IN THE HOUSEHOLD OF HIS
THE REV. HON. ARCHIBALD JAMES CAREY, PH. D.
D. D. WAS THE SPIRITUAL ADVISER OF FORM
ER MAYOR CARTER H. HARRISON AND HE IS
SERVING IN THE SAME CAPACITY FOR MA?
THE THOMAS CAREY POLITICAL LEAGUE REPRE
SENTING .ALL NATIONALITIES IN CHICAGO
GOES ON RECORD IN FAVOR OF FREEDOM
no difference between former mayor
Harrison and mayor Thompson, -the
Rev. Hon. Archibald James Carey,
Ph. D.D. D. claimed that he was
seme kind of a Democrat at that time
and he held down an easy job under
mayor Harrison which paid him more
than one h'andred dollars per month,
at the same' time his daughter was
" I ' IOTttoC.if Ar . - f1. H Mlffihr'.A.to
iinuuui uivv juu nw act vnbjr-wvc
to -one hundred -dollars per month
as. assistant' secretary of the Illi
nois State Commission' while she
ROBERT E. BURKE AND THREE HUNDRED MEM
BERS OF THE COOK COUNTY DEMOCRACY
GAVE A GRAND BLOW OUT AT THE BRIGGS
HOUSE, NEW YEARS AFTERNOON IN HONOR
OF HON. THOMAS CAREY, WHO WAS LOUDLY
HAILED AS THE NEXT MAYOR OF CHICAGO.
Prior to the September primaries ten or fifteen .thousand majority at
Xijot Thompson, his shooters aad
retainers in all of their so-called
Seeches or orations, loadly uro-'
toned that 95 wrt.o'f evary 19
Colored men in this city and throBgh-
eat the State of Hliao wofdd record
tHeir votes in favor of his election to
h&t United States senate. Such was
i tot the case, howeverffor theasands
of Colored men in this city and state
Cutely refused to march under his
;nner for United States senator.
Just before the primaries, Mayor
"ompson's Colored gambling friend-,
CtL Edward H. Wright, and his old
Vif the Hon Rev. Archibald James
Cy, Ph. D. D. D., assured Mayor
Thompson that everything was all
W for him; that he would mop Bp
? ihe Colored Meple xaBidiaejffl
1218 Second ward; that sack EttIerCeI
fred newspapers like The BraaA Ax
ttdd -nd would -not 6?rf the sKght
t benefit to him; that'it had a ic
fceace and so on, aad the al-re-
" wi that over 30 extra eepies
' this paper were distributed ,fre
a the First and Secee waria -Sat-H
Brday. Sept 7, for Ihe ?eckrbMftt
ff Hoa- Martin B. 144, ad tka
e of The Bread Ax i.B-tare
mie line good, bad er JadXanat
'" to Mayor
the baJeta rc -a
r as the Uaitei
his back, at the same time expecting
to pall all of his county ticket though
with him, he Managed by trading, cut
ting aad "tfafhrwg to 'scramble though
with, six ihessacd votes to the .good,
bat has caaaty .ticket was not ia it;
eve& Mayer Tbaaipeaa's Colered can
didate far coHBty commlaaloner, John
B. Prench, fell by the wayside, and
right now there are thousands of
Colored voters Tesiding in all parts
of this city who are ready totake
another whack at Mayor Thompson
when he comes up fer're-electien.
It was pointed eat in these colamns
Jaet -week that whenever, the Hon.
Carter H. Harrison would blow his
coldblooded nose, that the Hon. Wil
km Hale Thompson would, sneeze
as 'lead as he possibly coald, that I
they are both eae and the same thing
whea it coatee down to politics, that
they -are aetiher aae thiag or the
ether a laag as there is a Kgfat
easy jeb in sht; that CeL Charles
C. Ktaaiarna who hates 11 deceat
as.srif-reaaectiBg Colored Bea.a.
less .jeriarw their teeth aad
acttheart ef 1 toai eel ar a ea-
ly, if he nhsald aaapea to u
aaaa aw', taCat Ti tjaaarri was
th haasar afc Jtak- far "wayer
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r'taiw- the aa if the iir.
was spending most of the time
in attending the Chicago University.
At the same time Madison Davis
Carey, son of the Rev. Hon. Archi
bald James Carey, Ph. D. D. T). was
holding down a job in the County
Treasurer's office at five dollars per
day- can you beat it? not in teb
thoasand years, that is not all just
as soon as the Hon. William Hale
Thompson assumed his duties as ma
yor of Chicago, he selected the Rev.
Hen. Archibald James Carey, P. D.
D. D., as his spiritual adviser SZ'd as
such he receives almost three thou
sand dollars per year for practically
doing nothing but to shout, snort
and blow about mayor Thompson and
exclaim that he will be the next
president of the United States who'
said dead rats? !
The first of this week the Thomas
Carey Political League held a large
ly attended meeting at the Briggs
House and. in winding up its business
it passed the following resolution urg
ing President Wilson tocoasider the
demands of Ireland for self-determination
After the meeting Thomas Carey
sent the following cablegram to!
President Wilson: "At a meeting the
Carey Political league, representing
all nationalities in Chicago, unani
mously adopted the following resolu
tion presented by Thomas Carey:
" 'Becgaixing, ?the right of the
people to regelate aad govern their
owa affairs, and recognizing Itmher
the gallaat straggle ef the Irish race
ferfrceaeaa, self-detcrsuastieB, aad
& ff.t epaeJkria ita native land, the
Car, Pelitkal league respecttalJy
argea yea to exert your great lata
eace rf ewry effert to ebtaia far
the caaae mt irataad proper rijreaent
atiea at the peace eeaf araace. "
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HON. THOMAS CAREY
' A" popular with all claues of hi fellow citize&s aad mtajr Colored men
' ' ' ' aad women la all parts of thi city are already marchiag uader hi
-Succcufel bustaeu mas; exteutve real eatate ewaer; who i extremely
kaaaer for Mayor ef Chicago.
House, ia hoaor of Thomas Carey.
Many speeches ware delivered by
prominent members of the ' Cook
County Democracy aad by many
other leading citizens and business
men who were present and. they all
freely predicted, that Hen. Thomas
Carey would be the next mayor of
BUY FIFTH LIBERTY BONDS
AND BE SAFE
About the saddest, thing in the
world is to madargo self-deaial for
years, tosave mosey aad then to
see the "rainy day faad" wiped oat
by the failure of seme "wild cat"
scheme. , ,
This hapfeae every' day. - Widows
aad, hard jferkiag a are eredateae.
They Ustoa."to; the fly preauees af
"get riak aaick" praataiars aad haad.
ever their' atriass "to aKck
with "WaeVslcv" secariaias
SK JlepPliWiaa" assnanmfjBVy
. Aa -whea the halt faMs eat ef
the meaTsky she jisifal aariags
yssja ;ijisswpsar ia a iartawt Taa
Baaaaaa Paraa Ce. har gaae w.
We are ruined!" Then there is noth
ing to do but begin life all over
and at a time when earning capacity
has began to ebb and the way is
thornier than ever before.
Whatever the temptation may have
been in the past to do this thing,
there is no excuse for it now. Hun
dreds of thousands of experienced
publicity and investment men have
been at work for nearly two years,
under the authority ef the American,
government, educating millions of
people in the .fine, art of safe invest
ing. It is aadeahtedly the fact that
mere people are saving money today
thaa ever before in all the history
of the world. Aad more of the peo
pie are . interested ia the proper
haadliag- af their savings aceumala
tieas. LiteraMy au&ieas have bees
taaght to bay 'geveraateat heads, aad
they have learned to -bay Thrift aad
War Savings Stasias as the heat pas
sible way to preveat the waste ef
fagkire aaarton aad dteas.
The geveraaaeat wfll afar aaeta
ar caaaearlir et"SI aa tae greaad
fear" aariag tin ifriag' whem ihe
I JEyth'XJkrty Xaaa is efferei. Tie
money will be spent to pay the cost
of maintaining and restoring to, their
homes the valiant soldiers who have"
won for America the world's great
est victory. The bills must be paid
and the American people must pay
- From the "thrift and savings"
viewpoint, the Fifth Liberty- Loan
will be as good as or even, better
than the previous liberty loans. It
is likely to have a shorter maturity
and that will enable the holder to
obtain a generous income while he
holds them and get his principle.,
back with a handsome appredatiea-'
daring the coming period ef intense
activity and prosperity.
If anything "goes ap in value"
Liberty Beads safely will. Tbe way
to get the haaeat ef- sack advaacaa
ia-valee is to hay the eeaag "Fifth
Te hay taes whea they are afferad
everybody .hoald begia. saviag aa
Set aeiaV al the waaey. yaa1 east
spare aat af year wages aae! hare it t
ia jraar saThsg haak jTer the iaitial !
payiaeat aa FSftaT lAarty iMaaW . ,
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