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THE CHICAGO EAOLE.
1. In jHU'iilutloii of Into jenr Is being largely contributor to by Immigration, composed of tho offscourings of Eu rope. ought to accept as such. They nre not a Held for pedagogic experimentation, and whoever tries to make them so Is not to be trusted In their administra tion. Lightens Woman's Work You can save her time and worry by buying hsr a worldfamed . Ix'oti taught by the wle lrndor (hip of T. N. Jntuleon, who held the rclus of juaungement In !iltorlc cam pnlgn? hi which the Kepubllean party won doello vlctorle In Cook county nnd HlliioK are being found iweful In the jireeiit campaign. Mr. t1niulcoii I wotKlng hard for the tieco of the party ticket, county. State and nation al, and the benefit of Ills long expe rience and wise advice Is already per icptlble. Where does the gold go? It Is hard for tho economist to answer tho ques tion, and the average citizen only knows that not much of It comes his way. Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machine The technical Journals tell, us that "alcohol made from sawdust Is ill rwirty a commercial success." It Is al most Impossible to fall to sell alcohol. Aid. Ctoorgo K. Schmidt, of the Twenty-fourth Wind I one of the best men ever elected to the City Coun cil. The Hcpubllcans are talking of him for City Treasurer. .lames .1. (Smy i one of tho most obliging and jiopular otllel.iU hi Cook County. "While lion. Martin 1J. Madden has bion couilncil to his home by a brills ul ankle Ids friends are working loy silly In the Interests of his candidacy for Congress In the Tlrst District. The committee on arrangements or the Third Ward met at Kepubllean liead quarters Tuocday night and laid thf ground work for effective worl- The tribute which Senator l'o'iker paid to Mr. Madden at the Auditorium meeting Saturday night may rs.olve still greater publicity through circu lars 1-sued by the friends of the Third Ward candidate. The senior senator from Ohio placed Mr. Madden In the list of the National leaders of the party. This tribute was well decrved, nnd good citizens Irrespective of party will be glad to support him at the coming election. lion. Klbrldgo llnneey It respected jis a fearless Judge and a great law ..vcr. Among the many loading Itopuhll cans of Chicago who dcerve the grati tude of their party there is none more honored than John M. SuiyUi. A mnn of great biwtnev Interests, nnd with out desire for public otllce, ho has nrverthele"s given unparlngly of hW valuable time to the benellt of that liarty whoe policy l.e considers bet lor the social and business interests ot tlic community. Time nnd again lias John M. Smyth guided Republican campaigns to victory, and time and ngain has he declined nomination for high olllco tendered him , In recogni tion of his prlecle" services. Mr. Smyth Is' more than n party man. Ills Jiame Is nn honored one In Hie commercial circles of tho city, nnd lins ever been prominently associated with every measure that has conio up for the benellt of this community of which he I such a vnlunble and vnl tied member. Hon. Fred M. Mount Is rendering splendid services to tho Itepubllertii parry In Illinois as treasurer of tho State and National campaigns. Hon. O. II. llortou maintains at the bar the grand reputation he made on tho bench. Hon. Alexander II. Kevell would grace the mayoralty of Chicago. City Attorney John P. Smulskl can have a renomlnntlon on the Itopubll can ticket next spring. HI record Is faultless. Hon. Martin II. Madden will innko nn idenl Congressman. II. J. Kolze, candidate for Comity Commissioner, Is one of the very best men on the Itepublican county ticket. The Democrats could not name a better man for City Clerk than Frank D. Connery. Hon. John Itlrhatdsou has made a Kplcndld record as an able lawyer nnd a Just magistrate. Hon. It. A. Ik'kharr, as treasurer tot the Republican State Central Coin jnlttte, gives strength nnd dignity to Its campaign. The public honors President Zlna JJ. Carter, of the Drainage Hoard, and appreciate-) his faithful service-. One of the most popular men men tioned by the Democrats for the may:' oralty Is Hon. i.'harle-. F. Gunther. Spc-i-Ial rv.uuel I'. ('. Haley has ren dered invaluable sen lee, lo the Drain age ItfMnl, and through that body to the public. Joeph C. Jiteqm-v the Well klKWll ltnttor at I." Jckon boulevard, Is one it our n.o-t rf-pectfii citizens. Vernon ('. Seawr' lunch morns nro comfortable, vi-lh-ntly 1'K-ated, and furnNli a tlrt n imini at reason nblo rates. Tnder tin- able mimngotnrnt of John J. Hanberg. the work of organization of the Itepublleans of Conk County gW'H on apaee. Mr. John ('. IVtzr Is In tho fore front of the rank-, of Chicago's great bns1ntH men. Drainage Trustee Thomas A. Smyth Mor falN in his duty to the taxpayer nnd tho public Hon. Henry Sherman Houtell's re election In the Ninth Congressional District Is a certainty. Mr. Houtell Is tip. Brooks' faultless tooth nowder in the best preservative and Leautlfler i f the teeth yet found. Who Is n credit to Cook County and to Illi nois. In Hon. Frank O. Iwden, Illinois lias n most valuable and creditable representative on the Itepublican Na tional Committee. .Tames A. HoKiin. general manager of the Illinois Stone Company, and Pres ident of the United Irlh Societies, is nn American citizen of whom the land of his forefathers may well be proud. A valuable accession to the ranks cf the Illinois Congressional delega tion will be made through the elec tion of Hon. Clfnrles J. Voplfckn In the Fifth District. There Is no more successful busi ness mnn In Chicago than Joseph J. Duffy, tho well known nnd popular contractor. Vice Tresldent William J. Suther land, of tho Mooney fc Holand Agency, has nn International reputation as a gieat and successful detective. Hon. Clarence S. Darrow has every nunllncation for an Ideal Congress man. William Halo Thompson Is respect ed and admired by everybody who i ..m..i.ii Knows mm. ms rucuru us m vuihim Is without a tlaw. Judge Klbridgo ITnnecy is'an honor to the Cook County Judlclnry. Ills legal talents nre of the highest ordor. George A. Wettner has made a grand success of the business of tho ltort-hnrf Hroworv lu Chicago. I Tho business of the great Importing llrm of August Luchow Is splendidly managed by A. W. Schwane, its pop ular Chicago agent. As a police olllcor who knows his duty and fearlessly performs It In-i-peetor Hunt hah no superior. John F. O'Malley's popularity lies lu the fact that he Is true to friends and loyal to pilnclple. Judge Arthur II. Chetlaln should be re-elected. JlOll. Allies .1, jjorilit' nuiim mum- a formidable candidate on the Demo cratic ticket for City Attorney. The George It. Swift Company Is carrying out successfully a number of contracts for great structural work lu different pnrts of the country. ! Mr. John T. Connery cnloys uni versal popularity. He Is successful In ' hiisliifs-., and a Useful and public splilted citizen generally. The Chicago Telephone Company , prosper, and grows in populniit.v through tho excellent and onterpri- j lug management of President Arthur i D. Wheeler, nnd Goaer.il Manager A. S. Hihbard. Hon. Henjauiln M. Mitchell Is de serving of re-election to tho Legisla ture. Drainage Trustee Thomas J, Webb has the conlhlence of the taxpayers of whom he Js a faithful servant. Hon. Fred. F. Coyne Is the choice of many lullucntlal Kepiibllciius for tlio mayoralty nomination next spring. Clayton C. Hush, proprietor of tho popular Hush hotel, 1 and .'! Clark street, would make a first-class alder manSr the Twenty-fint Ward. He BBBBBBnaBBBBBKXjSPalBVBBBBHHBBBBBBBBBBBjjsE9ft9BaBBBBBBBl H&' vTILLLLLLLLLt'naBLflaLLLLL aLLLLLLLLLLHiLHLLjKlaaLLLLLLLLLa HON.T. N. JAMIESON, Working Hard for Mr. Roosevelt's Re - Is a respectable business man and has tho esteem of the people Irrespective of party. Charles C. Itreyer for Alderman. Vigilance and faithful service to the taxpayer. I 1he record In a few word, of Fark Commissioner Fred erick Schullz. Chairman Hoy o. West, of the lie publican State Central Committee, Is the right man In the right place. Follow-In Is the full Itepublican county ticket: For State's Attorney IOH.N J. UUALY, Mth ward For President of the County Hoard. HDWAltD J. llltUNDAUK, 124th ward For Uecorder AUBIi DAVIS, Kith ward For Clerk of the Superior Court. . . . ....UIAKLKS W. VAIL. HM ward For Clerk of the Circuit Court.... IOHN A. MNN, iliM ward For Member Hoard of llevlow ..... FI.OUUS D. MKACHAM, JOth ward For Member Hoard of Assessors. . . OSCAR HF.HIvI.. iMst ward For Judges Superior Court: AXKIi CIIYTIIAL'S 'J.-ith ward AUTIIUIt II. CHKTLAIN. .Wth ward AI.HF.ItT C. HAUNKS mil ward llFNUY V. FIti:n.MAN....7th wnnl (iKOHUH A. DUl'UY I'tlth wanl JKSSK HOI.DOM Mil ward For Coroner: I'rI'KK M. HOFFMAN.. Des l'lalnes For County Surveyor: J. F. GUAFF nith ward For County Commissioner (city): FDWAltD J. HUFNDAGK.'.Mth ward HKNIIY J. KOI.XK l!7th ward FDWIN K. WAI.KF.K "th ward JOHN V. KOPF i:tth ward JOHN P. GAHDNF.ll SITith ward OSCAU DU PHIFST art warrt WII.MAM UMHACH nth warrt CHltlSTOPHKU STItASSHKIM.. . aw warrt I.OFIS 11. MACK Hth wanl F.DWAItD II. OLSON .'Id ward For County Commissioners (coun try): WILLIAM Hl'SSi: Klk Grovo AFGFST C. HOKHF.U ...nine Island JOSP.PII CAUOL.YN....Illvor Forest WILLIAM .1. HAWTItKY. .Bviiiistoii AI.FItF.D VAN STKF.NHHUG Lansing ' Hon. F. W. Fph.ini has won the conlhlence and respect of the public as a business man and an oillclal. Mr. Philip II. llniiirtV excellent man agement has made a great success of the new Globe Hrewery, list street and I'lilou avenue. James iteilillek's mauiis.cmcnt of the Itepublican County campaign Is on sclentlllc Hues that admit of no mis takes. Albert Gralf & Co. uioys the well diservid reputation of being one of the greatest and mot reliable paving Jlruis In the (oiintry. Congressman William F. Mahony ha made a leconl lu the National Leg Mature ot which his constituents are Justly proud lion. William C Kin-stcr gave Un people of the Twenty-stli Waid splendid icpi'oscutnllou. In the world of tiuauee Hon. .lames II. Fekels Is a lecognlzcil leader. Ho Is a citizen lu whom hlcago and tho State of Illinois take pride, The Itepubllcans of Illinois may thank, In a largo meiisuie, the work of former State Chairman Fied II. Howe, for the present splendid con- Dr. Hrooks' faultless tooth powder Is the best prtbervutlve of the teeth yet found. election. dltlon of the jmrty organization in this State. Hon. John K. Owens Is n lawyer of the highest attainment and n Dem oirat who rellects credit on Ills party. If you want excellent goods and reliable service go to the Owl Drug store, Clark and Monroe street. Justice Caverly lias won golden opin ions as a magistrate. Pabst beer Is one of tlie mot popu lar brands In the country. The busi ness of the brewery Is enjoying great prosperity under the management of Mr. Albert N. Iloenogk. James A. Sm-kley, the popular con tractor, Is the kind of citizen who makes Chicago progressive. His linn does honest work and renders full value for every contract. Charles Weseley Novak leads as a lawyer. He Is brilliant and success fill. All who know Kdward II. Peters, the prominent real estate man, admire him for his Hue personal nnd business Mtialltles. Mr. Francis s. i-eabody, the great coal merchant, would make a splendid mayor. For stylish hats at reasonable prices go to Arthur Fellchenfeld, SI and Kl Fast Van Huron street. The name of Fred A. Iltissu Js a synonym of victory. William H. Wolior is one of the most valuable members of the Republican Campaign Committee. Hon. Peter Holnborg, the able nnd popular Alderman from the Twenty sixth Wind, has since his election to the City Council, earned the commen dation of his constituents by faithful attention to tils duty ami to the needs of the wind. Perhaps the best divorce law would be a strict enforcement of other laws that attcct tho welfare of the family. Speaking of the beef-packers' strike, It Is worthy of note that when the cow jumped oxer the moon tho time meat was the highest tho little dog was tho onlj one that laughed. In the Philippines gas Is mndo from cociMinit oil. in this country most of It Is made of wind. A New Jersey man ha mndo him self a salt of asbestos clothing. Ho apparently has a suspicion of what the future holds in storo for him. Itoth Japan and Russia now have about .y.'i io (xk i.iioo Invested lu tho war, The rtlllVreiioi'o Is that the Japs have something to show for their Invest ment. It's no usd casting a moldy crust on the waters lu tho hope of getting back a nice hot bicult. Tho power of tho pessimist Is shown by tho public's fatnlllnilty with tho word -dyspeptic" and Its imaciiualnt mice with "eupeptic." Don'l gamble on the prlco of me-it unless ou ait- lu a position to hold tho steaks. Tho common schools are for the pur pose of Inculcating what mankind has accepted as primary education, not what the it-formers think mankind A (lermnn scientist has discovered that tho bite of the rattlesnake will knock out leprosy. So will a gun. An l'astem man has sold nineteen chickens for ?3,400. That Is something ta ciow over. The coffee trust has advanced prices ngalu, and the housewife feels she lata giounds for her (Killing Indignation. To do Oen. Kuropatkln Justice, he has executed several dllllcult slides fiom one base to the other with much skill and Judgment. A goat In Delaware has partaken of a dynamite free lunch and now no one dales to kick It. Hero Is n valuable hint for the much-abused hobo. D.". llriish has discovered a ti.be of clllf dwellers In the mountains of Mex ico. Why go so far? Why did h'e overlook the occupants of the modern tlat hulhtlng? An Illinois girl who desires to be come a great pianist has taken an In strument Into the woods and will do her practicing there. Isn't she entitled to a Carnegie medal? In New York It was decided that a man wa insane because he was found eating grass in Central Park. Will the vegetarians stand by and ipilctiy per mit Mich outrages to go on? When .ion compare the size of a Japanese soldier with that of a Rus sian soldier you perceive that It takes at least 'JKMHio of the Japs to eipial In bulk 170,000 of their adversaries. Somebody has discovered that there ate no red-headed dolls. Like the taste for olives, the admiration for red hair seems to be the result of cultivation When n young typewriter sues her employer for breach of promise It is a sign that she wants to do some dic tating herself. If the business interests of Man churia were consulted they, too, doubt less would declare In favor of a shoit campaign. One trouble wltu the vertical sys tem of penmanship is that It Is so per pendicular It fieipiently leans the other way. While the nutomobollst Is liable to locomotor ataxia, the man who ven tures to cross the street Is liable to sudden attack of rigor mortis. Hero Is n ciiance for inen of Inven tive skill. There's millions in It. for millions want an "Interesting exer cise," good lu winter as well as sum mer. A New York woman, giving her views In print on the subject of wom an suflrage, says: "Kveiy married woman should have a vote without telling her age." The New iork Suu's direction for discovering a yachtsman displays n knowledge of human nature that Is useful lu other walks of life. The ad vice Is, "Look for a man without a yachting cap or a uniform." "If you don't want lo the yourself when you go up a stairway," says a physical Instructor, "go up backward. That hi lugs Into play the same set of muscles you use lu going downstairs, and with a little practice you can do It easily." This advice, we assume, Is addressed particularly to men. The dictum of Governor Wnrilcld of Maryland that a girl should marry at -tl gives nearly all the girls at least three years yet to make up their minds. Canada objects because the old wooden corvette. Fssex has been sent to tho great lakes,. for tho Use of the naval inllltlu. ' will.. they never get over their fear of Uiiclo Sam's war ships? Tho Fngllsh spnrrow, according to recent investigations lu Fngland, came originally from Russia. Judging from Its lighting ability wo should rather Incline to tin- theory that It originated lu Japan. . Washington Is trying to break up the practice of "holding hands" lu Its paiks. What are paiks for, anyway? An Incieduloiis publie will require the stiongi'st khfd of pioof before ac cepting the statement that something Just as good as a beefsteak can be made out of cotton seed. Tho statement telegraphed from Newport that Hurry Lehr Is suffering from brain fag is puzzling. It is easy to understand where tho fag came from, but whero mid when did Harry get the brain? An honest mnn Is truly a good thing for his creditors. Dr. Brooks' faultless tooth powder U the best preservative and beautlfler of the teeth yet found. 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