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i TENNESSEE WHISKY EVERYBODY GET HAPPY! Loosen Up Some Call for BBBBBaillllllllwJ mj0MWv' A H1 bbbbbbiiiiiiiY'''- ''''iis&it,, '-"-'jjiLLLLHhLLLLH m ., pSBarer n aaaaaaaaVsf&JBBH aBBBBBBBBBH - v' ,a xmEKMW '? vBBBBMBBBBHmaBBBB BAKii'SJur' V5 ilBBBaFB9aaBK&aBBBBB K"iMMBV --wfcMi vHPIbbbbbbbI BaBBBBaaieSPialBF - 3 jBaaaaHBEliBBBBH tl BsiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMBiiiiKBBBBaw .' ltejrHBBEaE-'aWbMk j- t- JL.Ji-. 2B ' - I.I. . I HON. OLIVER H. HORTON, Popular Judge of the Circuit Co Judge Oliver II. Horton Is universally I rcpimted nx one of the piontct Jmlps who ever nat upon the Jmlleliil bench of ' Cook County. As a lawyer .Twine I lor ton lin few equal? and no upcilor, having been for ninny year repuded ns anions the mot euiluuiit and highly vnlucil member of the bur. Like JiuIkis Adams and Tuley, Judge Horton befon his elevation to the bench rendered distinguished service? ns Corporation Counel of the city of Chicago. Able, careful, conservative and n profound student of the law, he was one of tho moat vnhmblo men who was ever urt, Who Is Suro of Re-election. placid at the head of the law depart incut of this city. Dm lug his Incumbency of the Circuit Court bench Judge Horton has not alone proven himself n great but nu eminently fair, feat lens and Jut Judge No thought of partisanship or consid irntlou of any kind outaldc the absolute nurltn of Uic case on trial beforo him Ims'cver been nllowed to Interfere with his decisions. Judge Morton's nomina tion for re-elect Ion by the Itepuhllciins Is prnctlcnlly assured, mid his tonom Inntlou will menu his re-election, for all tin people. Independent of party, will tako pride In voting for him. China hns refused, actually refused, to grant the demands of Itifsla ie pnrdlng Manchuria. If poor China wcro not really In earnest this would be humorous. One reason why legislatures hang on forever Is found In an ovei grown mem bership. There ate In the average law making body at least twlco as many uiemhiis as there should be. aSPSasiBaV V' aBEA- Hs ' aiExLL IniibV ' v K 'laMHWN" IBS' 1'' &3V ' ' fi(Bp 'HHII BBBBBBBBBBBBBsBBBBBBBBBaHKfl 'ABBBBBBBBM rBBBBBBBBBBBBBBHBHBfl sLLLLLLLVu.1 HON. ANDREW J. HIRSOHL, Who Deserves to Be Elected to the Circuit Bench. Tho announcement that Joseph Chamberlain asked tho King to bestow upon his wife a special nun I; of honor which his Majesty wished to confer on him mu-t have canned tho most rclontlrxH enemy of thu Colonial Sec- HON. DANIEL J. SCHUYLER, SR., Republican Nominee for Circuit Judge. some of the most important case In Daniel J. Schuyler, llepubllniu nom inee for Judge of the Circuit Court, Is one of the best known and most brilliant lawyers In Chicago. Mr. Schuyler has had the hcucllt of wide and ctciiso experience, as a lawyer In the courts of. Cook County, having pi-aetleed here for more than thirty yens. He has been connected with the history of the cowls of Cook Conn ty, Is a citizen of the highest standing, awl a man who Mould make a great and able Judge. He will receive the support of the entire bar, whose mem bers recognize his merit, ami of the public at large on aeiount of his use fulness and public xplrlt as a citizen. Voting man, when you lime ilnlshcd your supper to-night go up on the roof or out In the street or yard by vour home mid take a good, long look at the star of the evening. She will do you much good. In the first place, the mere fact of your having thought enough to spend the time to do this will aid your mental development. In the second place, you will have to lift your eyes and chin fioin tho mire of the street about you to the clean glory of Omnipotence. In the third place, you cannot look for live minutes nt Venus or any other planet or star with out absorbing Into ,ourself soino of the calm, silent power which wheels this universe along lis unbroken track, with never a slip of the tire or Jostling of the uxlc. rotary to hipsu Into momentary ad miration. All the world lores a loving and gracious ivuigultlou of obligation, and who Is to uieasuio Mr, Chamber Iain's Imlutifdiicns to his American lfo7 HON. SAMUEL SHAW PARKS, Democratic Nominee for Circuit Judge. JOS. J. DUFFY. M. J. SCANLAN. & 'J ,r . mfltfjfci r Vv fl . V t"(tWj 4' -- VB yf$J$iKmS$' f aRKlft ii Mm i . .tigmh ' LLLHr f TL r -ml, j.Jmiii'i Tr ' i "W'SB $' JUDGE THEODORE BRENTANO, The Able and Just Jurist Whom the City Hall Gang It Trying to Beat. JOSEPH J. DUFFY & GO., GENERAL CONTRACTORS 907 Chamber of Commerce. Telephone Main 4588. DRINK Red Elephant ' ( m'ty Split On Sale Everywhere. "Till RUM Thins in ilk MorHm." 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Mr. Bdiultzo said to mo one day at luncb: "Wlmt do you think of a series of comic drawings dealing with a grandfather and his two grandsons?" "Let tho grandfather be the clever one of tho trio. In most of the other cases tho young folk have been smart er than tho old people upon whom they played their Jokes. Let's rovcrse It." Tho next morning ho camo to my of fice with sketches for half a dozen series, and with the name "Foxy Grandpa" In his head The success of tho series In the New York Herald was Instantaneous, for who has not heard of "Foxy Grandpa" and "Bunny"? The Jolly old gentleman, dear to grown people as well as children, might almost be called the Mr. rick wick of comic pictures. EDWAKD MARSHALL. To Grandfathers Who Are And To Thoso Who Are To Be, I (Merrily Dedicate This Book. "BUNNY." Sent postnue paid on receipt of ONE DOLL Alt In currency or postal order; no checks received. L. R. 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