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EAGLH, (tl)c (l)icago iSaglc f-mryvtf THE OHIOAQO PUBL1SHLD EUUY SATURDAY HUNIJY P. DONOVAN. Am Independent Aeuna er, rentiers end Truthful, SUBSCRIPTION RATES S2.00 PUR YEAR PP Alt COMMUNICATION TO ENRV F. DQ.N0VN, Editor and Proprlclor. , C04 TEUTONIC BUILDINO athtt Co-nrr Wahliwnn it. and 5th Ate. Qtatrrrd at ttif rototfice. Cblcazvs Illinois. m aml-cU mall matter.) Established October 5, 1889, By Henry F. Donovan. LARGEST WEEKLY CIRCULATION IN CHICAGO. The Chli'iiKo llniile number miiii( Ita auhacrlhrra the moat taflueutlnl, moat pmaprrutia and Moat reaprctrd men In Chicago. It renchea nearly r mnn f atandlng In the community 4 all mm who are moulder uf pahlle opinion or dlreclora of pahlle affair. It la the guide, mentor and frtead of every political leader f etery ahade of opinion. It la read by Government, State, Cnantr and City oHlelnl. It la read lir a lie percentage f the legal fraternity. Including heath and liar. It la the favorite of Chicago's lead In a halneaa men. It reachea all claaaea la their komee. It la read by the Fire Depart Heat. It la read y the Police De partment. It la In every public office and very public library. It la not controlled by nny heap, cheeky or crooked adter tlalnir agency. In the aeteittcen yenra of Ita zlateiice It luia miinuged to build ap a large circulation nud groat bualnena without the nld of pro feaalonnt ndvvrtUIng ahnrkN. That la vfliy II In ao ludepend at. ao popular and ao atrong. The Chicago Kngle la one pn per that haa neer depended poa advertlalitaT agente for a Irealatluu, It haa one of II nwa. SHORT WEIGHT. Tho Chicago fruit dcnlers who linvo been under censuro for hoIIIhb fruit In baskets which do not hold tho right quantities have made a coufewlou. Tbey haro declared, what many a householder dlbcovered long ago, that there U n dlfferenco between n "hush el" and a bushel, Ono of these terms refer to a measure long slnco aban doned, by all good dealer. The other refers to o unit of price. Tho Drltlnher who talks of the guinea knowi well that thcro Is no coin of that denomina tion. In like manner, when tho grocer or fruit dealer speaks of n "bushel" ho has no reference at all to that old fashioned measiiro mentioned In tho arithmetic. Tho dealer says that ho Is tho Innocent victim of tho basket maker's deception. This latter Individ ual makes a nlco round basket, with uplendld handle. Tho fruit look well In It when n bit of netting covers It. Hut when tho purchaser proceeds to remove tho contents it big dent Is found In the bottom of tho basket and the bushel Is discovered to bo only n "bushel and the half-bushel nothing but a "half bushel." Ono Is a unit of measure. The other Is a unit of price. There Is not a bit of doubt that the basket makers reduce tlio capacity of the measures they make. Hut a few Miff tines Imposed upon thu dealers would soon put a Mop to that. If every basket marie by a certain tlrm was to bo rejected there would bo n change In methods In a remarkably short time. The "bushel" basket l not alone. It has plenty of company. Not long ago n Congressman from Chicago found, on examination, that many n "pound" ar ticle contained much less than it pound. A "fiiart" iKittle seldom holds a rpiart. A "pint" rarely Is a pint. Tlio cutom lias bctomu general In trndo to scale and cheat n little everywhere. Ku-n weights which oro supposedly accurate nro found on testing to bo faulty. Tim shrinkage generally Is on tho side of the dealer. Ono never hears of the cus tomer paying -0 cents for "a quarter." Tho United States government Is work ing townrd a uniform system of weights and measures. For n hundred years things have run along haphazard. Tho trusting public has been cheated "yyyfc jl Ibbbbbt "V 1 - .. M. 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IU Inlliience U 8iire to ho felt exerywhere before ninny yearn. REAL AMERICAN CITIZENS. Hereafter the process of making Ameilcaii cltlrcus will proceed In mi orderly manner, nud n certllle-ito uf naturalization will Indicate more fully than out befoie that Its holder Is en titled to all the rights and privileges of citizenship. 'Hie new law. which went Into elfect In the autumn, provides that nil Immigrant shall bo registered at tho port of entry, nud that a certllleato shall be given to each person. Not less than two years prior to his nilinlslou to citizenship tho applicant for natur alization must appear In a United .States District or Circuit Court, or lu n Territorial or Ktate court having a seal, a clerk and Jurisdiction In actions at law and equity, nud In that court ho must renounce nil foreign allegiance, and must swear that ho Is at least 18 years old and Intends to become n citi zen. Not less than two, nor more than voven, years later ho tuny file In court n petition for naturalization, setting forth his qimllllc.itlons for citizenship, verl lied by at least two persons who havo lived lu tho United States for live years. At the expiration of ninety days tho iietltlouer must apiiear lu court In person, and submit to an examination with his witnesses. Tho clerk lu the meantime has Kted lu a public place a notice of tho application, with tho man's name and the date of his peti tion. After tho hearing, If the man has proved his ability to read, nud If he has satisfied the Judge of his Identity and of his residence lu tho country for coven years, and of his abhorrence of all anarchistic doctrines, tho final pa pers mv tailed, and ho becomes a cltl- Hon. U will bo feon that tho process takes time, and that tho public knows for ninety days of the Intention of any alien to apply for citizenship. Tho gravest scandals under tho old law aroto from tho habit of naturalization without provlous notice to the public. Applicants have been taken Into court by tho score, and turned Into citizens as fast us their names could bo taken nud tho oath administered. iAJLETl James C. Denvlr should be elected to tho County Hoard. Ho Is a bright man and would make an oxojlloat County Commissioner. Mr. Denvlr, who Is ono of tho nominees ou tho Democratic ticket, has been Idcntlllcd with nows lapor work since 18S8, tlrst ns editor of tho American Furnltu'o Oazette, and for tho past ten years editor and publisher of Standard Opinion. Voto for him. Hummel Is a suro winner. Iiilllp Knopf deserves to Ik ro-e!et ed to Congress from tho Sovontu Dls trlct. IMwnrd J. Hruudngo should rocelvo tho voto of every citizen who l Inter ested In tho welfnro of Chicago nnd Cook County. Ho has mado a brilliant record nnd his administration has boon ono of achievement. Ho should bo kept whero ho Is. Don't fall to voto for him. Krnst Hummel will surprise pooplo with the big voto ho will receive. William F. Qululan, thu ablo and Iiopular coal lucrihnut, running for .Statu Senator in tho Thirty-first Dis trict, has made u red-hot campaign nud ho will bo elected bv a big vote. August W. Miller deserves to bo ro elected County Assessor. Ho has per formed his duties well nnd has been an honest and a faithful piibl5 servant. Ho Is entitled to your vote. I'laco an X lu front of Andrew .7. HlrKiil's name for Munlclpil Court Judge. No better man could bo elect- .! Tim lint Abus.Mntlftn f Vimmlttef ' reported him ns well qu.illiUd and at ; f - i r"JHTf BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB .! Ur aBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB 'EaY:'.. BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBa WaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB&: ,t tfv jm UPHAM, to the Board of Review. the Ilnr Association Primary he re ceived the highest vote cast for the four-year term. Ills name will be found lit the Independent League ticket, tho tlfth column on the ballot, the eleventh name from the Ixittoni of the sheet. Cast your vote for John F. Glare for Municipal .Judge, lie Is one of the iililcvt iMtwerx In Chli-at-o. with clean and aggressive record to his credit. He would grace a scat on tho Municipal Court bench. The voter should show no hesitancy In voting for Hot's C. Hall, Democratic candidate for Sanitary Trustee. Ho Is tin able man. qiinlilled In every way for tho position. Vote for him. Adolf Itcrgnian, Republican candidate for ro-electlon ns Sanitary Trustee, should receive your vote. Ho Is an able business man mid has made a bril liant record as a member of tho Sani tary Hoard. Walter K. Schmidt should bo elected County Assessor. Ills business nnd of ficial records show htm to bo it man well fitted for tho Important position ho aspires to. ' Krnst Hummel has tho good will of everyone. A lifetime In Chicago, de voted to tho public good, entitles hliu to everybody's respect. The next State Senator from tho Kleventh District will bo Walter T. Stanton. His ability and his record nre known to tho people mid ho will bo elected by a big majority. Voto for Kdward A. Dicker for Mu nicipal Court .ludge. Ho Is it lawyer of great nblllty who would do honor to a t-e.it ou tho Municipal Court bench. John K. rrlndlvllle, Democratic nominee for Municipal Court Judge, four-year term, deserves tho votes o nil citizens who hcllcvo In plating nblo and fearless men on tho Municipal Court bench. Voto for him. Charles Wcmo should bo elected Mu nicipal Judge. Tho brilliant record that this able man has mado shows that ho Is tho right man for tho posi tion. Cast your voto for him. Ho will servo you well. Krnst Hummel Is always the same Honest, upright and nblo, lie Is as mod est as a child, and the many honors ho has received at tho hands of tho people have never given him a swelled head. Vote for Frank F. Foster on tho Pro gressive Alliance ticket for Municipal Court Judge. Ho Is a good lawyer and nn houcst man, Martin Kmcrlch made n good Con gressman before unit that Is tho reason m many people wuut to see him elect ed again. Walter Clydo Jones wi.l bo clectod to tho State Senate from tlio Fifth dis trict by a large majority. Ills nblllty and his splendid record uro known to the people. No better qualllied man could bo elected to the .Municipal Court bench than Isidore II, Hliues, tho nblo mid popular lawyer running on tho Repub lican ticket. Voto for hliu, Ono of tho ablest and most papular candidates for Municipal Court Judge Is James C, Dooloy. Ho Is an honest nnd fearless man with n splendid rcc oi d to his credit. It is men llko hliu who will bo needed In tho now court, mill you will mako no mistake lu vot ing for bin;. Francis .7. Sullivan should receive your oto for Municipal Judge. Ills record us a lawyer recommends him for tho isisltlou mid ho would servo on tho Municipal Court liench with credit to hluihclf nnd to Chicago. Voto for Lawrence P. Hoylo, Indo peudenco League candidate for Mil iilclpal Court Judge, Ills long record as a luwyer bus earned hlin tho repu- '"-"" -JU IbbbbbbbbbIbbbbbbbSHbbbbbbbbbbBbbbbbbbbbbBbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb ''"-''--HBBB-aBBBBaBBBBBBBBBB JOHN F. SMULSKI, Republican Candidate for 8tate Treasurer. tntlon of licltnr n man of honesty and nblllty, mill lie would servo with credit ou tho Municipal Court bench. Iliinoitt Krnst llumuioi deserves your vote for County Treasurer. Boo that ho gets It. Henry Hlicrmnn ll.nitell will liave no trouble In being reelected to Cougrcris. Ills ability and honesty ato known to the citizens of the Ninth District nud tho voto ho will receive will bo Im mense. The citizens of tlio Sixth District nro going to re-elect their able and popular Congressman. William Lari mer, 'by it handsome majority. Hosea W. Wells, the able Republican candidate for Municipal .ludge, Is qiial llled lu every way for a seat on the Municipal Court bench, nud ho should bo elected. Krnst Hummel Is a man of tho peo ple. Vote for him. No mistake will Ik made In votlnjj for Max Kbcrhnrdt for Municipal Court Judge. He Is nit able man, fitted In every way for a scat on the Municipal Court ' Iwiieli. Ho dosorves to bo elected. ' Tho flno record that Thoodoro C. Mayer has mado entitles him to au election us Municipal Court Judge. Krnst Hummel will bo the next Coun ty Treasurer, Ilolsjrt It. JauiMllH should bo elect ed Municipal Court Judge. He Is a lawyer of great nhllltj, whoso clean nnil aggressive record has placed hliu lu tho front rank of his profession. Voto for this nblo Independent cuudl date. No mistake will ho uiudo In voting for Newton A. l'nrtrldgo, Independent candidate for Municipal Judge. His record hb a lawyer has been a bril liant one, nud ho would servo tho poo plo well on the Municipal Court bench. Don't forget Krnst Hummel, what ever you do, John Fitzgerald, tho ablo magistrate, deserves to be elected Muulelpal Court Judge. Ho has umdo u spotless rec ord and Is well qualified for tho posi tion. Ho Is entitled to your vote. . Voto for M. J. O'Douoghuo for Mu nicipal Judge. Ho Is uu houcst, capable nnd fearless man. F.mst Hummel mwuys wits a winner. Ho Is not going to break his record. Fifteen Polish candidates nro run ning for oilloo lu Cook County and lto publican mid Democratic managers uro making n strong bid for tho 10,000 Polish votes lu tlio city. Former Mayor Tlitnison, owing to Injuries received while hunting iiioohu In Canada, will bo uunblo to take part lu the Democratic speaking campaign. Tho citizens of tho 13th Senatorial District mo proud of tho tluo record mado by their nblo State Senator, Al bert C. Clark, and nro going to re-elect hliu. Martin Kuiciicli has mado it great campaign for Congress lu tho First District nnd ho will bo elected, as ho deserves to lie, by n big majority. Tho voters of tho Fifth Senatorial District should t-eo that tholr nblo rep resentative lu tlio LeglshituM, John P. McOoorty, is re-elected. Ho bus berved them well, Congressman Chnrlos S. barton of tho Fourth DUtrict should be returned to Congress. His splendid record en titles him to n reelection. Hernard J. Mahony, Democratic can. dldato for Municipal Judgo, six-year term, is n sounu lawyer nnu u man or ability, and should bo elected to servo lu tho new court, your voto. Hoc that he gets Voto for Charles II. Mitchell for Judge of the Municipal Court. Ho Is honest, ubles mid straightforward nud will make a line Jurist. No mistake will be made In voting for Lawrence 1'. Hoylo, Independent candidate for Municipal Court Judge. Ho In a lawyer of great nblllty and would represent the H'oplo welt In tho now court. A vote for Krnst Hunvnol is n vote for mi honest man. William II. Arthur has made n splen did record as a lawyer and would do honor to a sent ou tho Municipal Court bench. Ho should bo elected. The citizens of tlio Fifth Senatorial District nro proud of their nblo nnd honest Representative In tho Legisla ture, John 1'. Mctioorty, nnd nro going to re-elect him by a handsomo major ity. Adolf Hergman will be re-elected Sanitary Trustee by a big majority. Ills olllclnl and business records havo mado htm very jiopular with tho jieople. Vote for Fred W. Upham and help reward a faithful public olllclnl. Henry Sherman Houtell will bo re elected to Congress by an immense ma jority. His work lu CongaMs mid his winning personality have mado him liked mid respected by the citizens of tho Ninth District. Tho election of Sjioneor Ward, tho nblo Independent cnudldato for Mu nicipal Judge, would help to Insure the success of the now court. Ho should rccolvo your vote. Philip Knopf will bu roolecteil to Congress lu tho Seventh District by an overwhelming majority. Tlio pooplo of that district know Mr. Knopf to do n mini of ability, who is reaness ana iinnest. nnd thev nro nroud to bo repre sented In the House of Representatives by such n man. Charles Wcmo would make an excel lent Municipal Judge. Uls record en titles hliu to your vote. Charles II. Callahan has mado a brilliant record as Justice of tho Peace mid Is woll qualified for a seat on tho Municipal Court bench. He deserves to bo elected. Silencer Ward should be elected Mu nicipal Judge. He Is nu able man with n long and successful record ns a law yer to his credit, and he would do honor to a sent ou the Municipal Court bench. Voto for Frank O. nurke for Bailiff of tho Municipal Court. The voters of the Seventh District should re-elect Philip Knopf to Con gress, John A. Pelkn has made great rnco for the Stnto Senate In tho Fifteenth District nnd his many friends aro pre dicting his election. A voto for Krnst Hummol is a rote for nn Inmost num. No lietter mnn could bo elected Mu nicipal Court Judge than William II. Arthur. Ills record Is a brilliant one nnd the jxwplo would bo well repre sented lu tho now court by such an nblo man. Andrew .7. Hlrschl, nblo Independent cnudldato for Muulelpal Court Judge, Is qualllied In every way to bo on the Municipal Court bench nud ho should bo elected. Voto for John F.limulHkl, Ttopubllctui candidate for Stnto Treasurer. The citizens of tho Klghth district siiouiu seo nun uiianes incuiivm roclectcd to Congress. He haa rep- HARRY R. Popular Democratic resented them ns they should be rep resented nnd a faithful public servant like him should be rewarded. l'hlllp Knopf will lie returned to Congress by it big majority. The vot ers of the Seventh district arc proud .HIIIIIIIHHbIIIIIIIIIIHr ' ''VbIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIH BBBBBBBBBBBBBBWafBaiLBBBBBBBBBBBBfE '' BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB HHS.IHllfll.l.lH BbbbbbbbbbbbbbbHBbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb. '" bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbI bbbbbbbbbbbbbtcF'BbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbWV ''Bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb! bbbbbbbbbbbbW .:''';1:IIIVv':'.bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbI LtBnEsL' '-BBIIIIBpW-aBBlllllllH BBBBBBBBBBBCbkHWbW'.., -VaSBBBBBBBBBBBBflar BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB BBBBBBBBBBBHinMBflvVilBMBBBBBBBBBBBBVr.1. BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBbI BBBaRIPlPsSvnBtLBBBVs'al BBBBBBBBBtfTBhfTh 1 WlaTl tfABBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBWaBBBBBBT 2aBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBal EDWARD A. 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