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BBBBBBBBPaBTeOBBBBBBBBm bbSbbbbbbbbbbbbbb aS BBBBBBBBBV By Henry F. Donovan. LARGEST. Weekly Circulation IN CHICAGO ; The Chicago Eagle nambera among lla anbaerlbera the moat laanvatlal, moat proaperona and moat reepected mem In Chicago. It reachee nearly every man of ataadlng In tbe commontty and all men who are mnnldera of pabllo opinion or dlreotora of pabllo affaire. It la the guide, mentor and friend of every political leader of every abade of opinion. It la read by Government, State, County and City oBtclala. It la read by n bin- percentage of the legal fraternity, including bench and bar. It la tbe favorite of Cfalcago'e leading bnalneaa men. It reaebea all elaaaea In their homea. It la read by the Fire Depart ment. It la read by tbe Police Depart meat. It la la ovary pnbllo office and every pabllo library. It ia not ooatrolled by any heap, cheeky or crooked adver tlalag ageaey. Ia the alaeteea yeara at Ita zlateaca It baa maaaged to build ap a largo clroalatloa and great baalaeaa wlthoat the aid of pro feaalonal advertlalag aharka. That la why It la ao tadepead at, ao popalar and ao atroag. The Chicago Eagle la one pa per that haa never depended apoa advertlalag ageata for a circulation. It haa one of Ita own. THE ONLY SURE WAY. Tho distinguished members of tho Pence Society are always consistently at work decrying tho need of Increnso of military and mivul nrmament, or even, for tbo United States, of Its maintenance at Its present strength. One of tho orntorH nt a recent meeting said that "Moral preparedness for war makes war Inevitable; moral prepared iicks for js-nce makes war Impossible. If wo would prevent war wo must dis arm not only our hands, hut our hearts. American strength lies not In Lyddite guns, but In Lincoln men." All this Is uiifpiotlonably true ns an abstract projKisltlon. If war or peace wero to depend entirely ujKin tbo decision of this nation we might safely disarm our hand as wion as wo disarm our hearts, ami a propngnndlsrii for the disarma ment of both hearts and hands would Ik In order. Hut how about tho other fellow's heart? If we, tho people of the United States, should get ourselves Into tho condition in which wo nro morally prepared for peace, and tho jioople of some other nation should get themselves Into a condition In which they wore morally prepared for wnr with us. our hearts would be but a poor defence- against their nrms. Lincoln men would bo n strong defense; but In the crisis of 18!l-fi." what would Abrn bain Lincoln himself hao done with out armies and guns and munitions of ARTHUR W. The Next Alderman from war? To preach pence Ik meritorious; but the onee ndvocoto needs some of the cplrlt of pnuleiive of the fatalist In the old colonial day. His neighbor saw hltn going to clnitvli with his gun over his shoulder. "Why," nxked the neighbor, "do you need to tnke a gun for protection when you believe that you oiii't die until your time comes" "That Is all right," replied tbo fatalist, "but suppose I should meet iin Indian and Ills time had conioV' OAININO IN POPULARITY. (!nir would deserve well of the peo ple of America If It had nothing more to Its credit than the Inilttciu'c It ban exercised toward the establishing of country clubs. No doubt It has much more to Its credit, but this Is one of Its b'l'e.itcst recommendations. Tholn crcao In tbe number of country clubs Is a wlmlcs.mic and pleasing sln of a saner enjoyment of life. There have been plenty of town and village and .city eluliH before now, many of I hem serving as centers for an agreeable so cial life. The objection to them has been that for the most part they were either men's or women's clubs, con ducted primarily for the bcuellt and pleasure of one or the other sex. More over, the recreation which they offered was comprised In reading, pool and bill iards, cards and bowling, and occasion al dances all Indoors. The country club, on the other hand, offers all these diversions to those who wish them, and offers, In addition, the more wholesomu sports of golf, tenuis, snow shoeing, and sometimes curling, hockey and skating. Moreover, tho sexes stand more on an equality here, and neither iicvd legard Itself as the occasional guest of the other. Tho family life, Instead of being Interrupted. Is broad ened and enriched. The part that golf has played In this development Is due to the large space which the game re milrex. Few Individuals can secure tho necessary laud, hence a community of Interests which lends eventunlly to the establishment of a club. Although many country clubs are expensive, there Is no need that an association of this kind should ho beyond the reach of the family In ordinary circum stances. The scale rests with those who are most concerned. Not least In the merits of the country club Is Its happy solution of tho way In which persons of only moderate men ns can enjoy the pleasures of a largo estate with beautiful grounds. EAQLETS. Voio for Powell for City Treasurer and be with tho winner. August Krumhol. Is a sure winner for Alderman In the Twenty-fourth Ward. Tho best citizens of the ward are unanimous for his return to the Council, where he has served ho well before, and the vote he will receive on next Tuesday will bo an over whelming one. It will be City Treasurer Powell alt er next Tuesday. Vote for Herman F. Krueger for Al derman lu the Fifteenth Ward. Lverjbody that believe In fair play wants to see Albert J. Hopkins elected I'lilted States Senator. Fiaucls 1. Councry Is your o(o for City Clerk, right man for the oillce. entitled to ' He Is the Alderman Kdward F. I'ullerioii will win In a walk lu the F.lcvcnth Ward, Lverybody In tint waul Is with lilm, and his plurality will bo such a blu one that tlm only thing his little known opponent will liave left to blow about will be his name. Francis W, Ta,lor will be ic-olcctcd to tho Council lu the Twenty-llist Ward by an overwhelming plurality. Ills good record has rallied to his support the best people lu tho ward, regardless of party iilllllatiou. ' Ablcruiau Jacob A. Hey has ninde an honest, able and aggressive record I lu tho City Council mid tbo voters of FULTON, the Thirteenth Ward. the Twenty-third Ward should go to the imiIIs on next Tuesday and re-elect him by a big plurality. If there were more Melnerno.VH the City Council Chicago would able to jMilut to It with pride. Herman F. Kruger will be re-eleeted to the City Council In the Fifteenth Ward on next Tuesday by a good, big plurality. Ills election will be well deserved, for ho has made an honest and clean record. fsi Vole for Francis W. Tnjlor for Al derman In the Tweuty-llrst Ward. Alderman Arthur W. Fulton de serves to be re-elected In the Thir teenth Ward, ami he will be, lie Is one of the ablest Aldermen In the City Council, and his return is de sired In the Interests not only of the Thlrlcciilh Ward, but of all Chicago In general. Let the citizens of tho Twenty-sixth Ward go to the polls ne.M Tuesday and cast their ballots for August Pe ters for Alderman. He Is iualltlcd In every way for a seat In the City Coun cil, and Ids services are needed there, not only by the Twenty-sixth Ward, but by all Chicago. Vote for Joseph F. Councry for dci man In the Fourteenth Ward. Al Alderman Michael Melnerney's fear less mid honest record In the City Council has won him the admiration of the people of Chicago, and he will be re-elected In tbe Thirtieth Ward on next Tuesday by the largest plurality ever given a candidate for oillce In that ward. Aldetmau Arthur Jo-el 1 1 has made a clean mid aggresslvu campaign for re election In the Twenty-second Ward, and his big army of friends are con II dent of ii glorious victory for him on April (lib. All Indications point to the election of Lewis M. .Tout's for Alderman In the Thirty-fourth Ward on next Tues day by it blK plurality. He Is popular and will make a splendid Alderman. The election of Charles K. Zollars for Alderman in tho Twenty-lifth Ward will place in the City Council mi able, forceful and honest man. U Is men like .ollars that are needed In public oillce. Vole for August Kruinholx for Al derman In the Twenty-fourth Ward. Joseph F. Councry will ho the next Alderman from the Fourteenth Ward, lie lias imidu clean and aggressive campaign, and his plurality next Tuesday will be a large one. The Itepuhllcans of the Thirty-second Ward will naiiio a winner for al derman to succeed Homer P.. Tlusmiiii by nominating James Ilea at the pri maries April l.'lth. Ho is liked by everybody ami will serve the people well lu the council. Judge Itlchard W. Clifford has served the people honestly, tearlessly and ably on the bench, and his re nomination and re-election Is Justly deserved. The nomination of John F. Holland for Judge of tlm Circuit Court by Hie Itepublb-aiis wllj be welt earned. .Mr. Holland Is one of the ablest and most popular lawyers lu Chicago, and lie will make a great Jurist, Vote for IMward F. Cullerton Alderman lu tho Lleveuth Ward. for due of the most popular men oi the bench Is Judge (Jeorge Kersteu. Ills rciiomluutloii and i ('-election Is cer tain, lMuiu A. Olson should be nominated and eluded Judge of tbo Circuit . AUGU8T KRUMHOLZ, The Next Alderman from the Twenty-fourth Ward. Court, and every Republican who be lieves In n clean and honest Judiciary will go to the -polls on April lllth and vote for his nomination. I'llny II. Hinlth's big army of friends are working bard for his nomination on the Itepubllcan ticket for Judge of the Circuit Court and a victory for him on primary day looks certain. He Is one of the ablest and best known lawyers In Chicago, and ,be wilt make a grand Judge. Vole for August Peters for Alderman In the Twenty-sMli Ward. Thomas Taylor. Jr., will lie noml iiiiUhI and elected Judge of the Cir cuit Court. No lawyer In Chicago has more friends and admirers than Mr. Taylor, and his elevation to the bench will be popular all over the city. Judge Theodore llreutauo will be re-elected by the largest plurality ever given a candidate for Superior Court Judge. HIh fearless and honest record has made him popular with every Itody. The nominal Ion or Warren Pease for Judge of the" circuit Court on the Itepubllcan' ticket will be u lilting re ward for an honest, able and popular lawyer, and every llepubllcau should go to the polls on April I.'! and vote for him. The people of Cook county will re tfivt Judge l.ockwood llonore by a handsome plurality, lie has made a faithful mid brilliant record, and his victory next June will be Justly earned. Vole for Charles K. Zollars for derman In tho Twenty-fifth Ward. Al- F.very Democrat who believes In an honest and clean Judiciary will go to the primaries on April 111 and vole for John P. Mefloorty for Judge of the Circuit Court. Iteiioiuluate and re-elect Judge Kd ward O. llrowu. Ho has been a faith ful, painstaking and fearless Jurist. He Is needed on tho ImmicIi. Homer P.. Tlnsnian will make u grand Judge or the Circuit Court, and his .nomination by the 'Itcpuhricuiix is desired In the best Interests of tho people, Warwick A. Shaw should bo nom inated by the Itcpuhlicuus for Judge of the Circuit Court. He Is one of the ablest- ami most brilliant lawyers In Chicago and It Is men like hint that the people need on tho bench. Voln for Lewis (f. Jones for , man In the Thirty-fourth Ward, ldei- William 1. Muuliull Is well ipmll lied for a seat on the bench, and his nomination for Circuit Court .Judge will be a popular one, Judge Itlchard S. Tuthlll Is backed by everybody for renoinbintlou and re election. Tbe election of Kickbam Seaiilau as Judge of the Circuit Court will place on tho bench one of the ablest, eleauot and most fearless men Cool; County has over had there. TluyuiiF Is ou'.ir 'ins (i. Wludes has earned, by bis wear and honest record, a re-election as Judge of tho Circuit Court, Vote for Michael Mclneruey in the Thirtieth Ward. Pliny It. Smith is u winner for Cir cuit: Court Judge. The Democrats cm iiaiue no more popular or better lltted man for Judgo of the Circuit Court than John T. Murray. As a public offlclu!, a lawyer mid a citizen, City Attorney John It. Cavcriy Is liked and rcsitcctcd by all who know him. One of the most popular young law yers lit Chicago Is James K. Hopkins, Miihter-ln-Chancery of tho Federal Court. Ileiijniiiln F. ltlcholsou stands In the front ranks of Chicago's ablest and inoit successful lawyers. No man In the business world of Chicago stands higher In the esteem of his hiHucss asioclates than does Allien i. Wheeler. AdauiM A. (ioodrleh's long and clean record as a lawyer has gained for him a high place In the estimation of tbe citizens of Chicago. One of the best known and most pop ular business men In Chicago Is CooHr Lyon, Chicago manager for the ltlshop & lliibcock Company, thu well-known manufacturers of beer pumps and oth er bar goods. Mr, Lyon Is liked and rcsH'ctcd by all who know him, and lie Justly deserves the great success he has attained In tho business world for himself mid for his comiMiuy. Mr. Lyon was horn In New York, but received his early education In die city of Ilaltlmore, Md. Twelve years ago he entered tho employ of tho Ulsh op & Ilabcock Company as a. traveling salesman, and so successful wero his efforts that he was Intrusted with the opening of the St. Paul agency for this company. For live years ho success fully managed the company's business In the Northwest, when he was pro moted to the more Important position as manager of the Chicago brunch, which Is second only to the home oillce In Cleveland. Mr. Lyoi) has been a staunch friend of personal liberty and was one of the organizers of the Manufacturers and Dealers' Club, which did such good work In squelching the notoriety-seeking prohibitionists. Mr. Lyon's abili ty as mi organizer and a forceful worker was recognized last summer, when the National Merchants and Man ufacturers' Association was organized and ho was selected as Its first secre tary. Mr. Lyon Is nuo of Chicago's progressive business men and ho und tho big business firm ho Is manager for have done much to make Chicago the great commercial city that sho is. Voto for Arthur W. Fulton for Al derman In the Thirteenth Ward. Peter Fortune, head of the famous Fortune Itrothers' llrewing Compnny, Is one of Chicago's best known and most highly esteemed citizens. John M, Smyth, tho great merchant and public spirited citizen, would make a splendid mayor of Chicago. Jacob W. Loeb, tho popular and able attorney, would servo with credit any oillce within thu gift of the people. Vote for Jacob A. Hey for alderman In the Twenty-third Ward. Tho peoplo of tho Twenty-second Ward havo in Arthur Joscttl an hon est, nhlo and hardworking Alderman, as his record will plainly show. Ho is ouo of tho best men In the City Council mid his re-election will bo u popular one. August Peters will bo elected Alder man In tho Twenty-sixth Ward by a big plurality. Tho best peoplo lu the ward mo rallying to his support, mid his campaign Is meeting with enthusi asm nil over tho ward. It Js men like Mr. Peters that nro needed In tho coun cil, and tho peoplo of tho Twenty-sixth Wind will never regret having elect ed him, Chicago needs a man like Frank D. Connery for City Clerk. Voto for him. Tho people of tho Tyventy-fourth Ward nro going to elect August Kruin holij Alderman by n largo plurality, I They do not forget his able and honest AUGUST The Next Alderman from record In the council before, and they have no Inclination to turn down a faithful ntsl experienced man like him who was tried and not found wanting, for some candidate who Is little known to them. Alderman Francis W. 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Xollnrs, the well known attorney, for Alderman hi I ho Twenty-fifth Ward, would give that ward ono of tho I'est representa tives It has ever had lu the City Conn- vBHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbV' "''Y bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbV BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBVVt-V i, TBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBbV BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBV'4','?"iiBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBl bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbWb f '? bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbI BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBbV'W. JmBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB1 bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbWV'v-'bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbI BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBm''''' BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBbI BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB.V BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBbI EDWARD F.'OULLERTON, The Next Alderman from the Eleventh Ward. PETERS, the Twentyslxth Ward. ell. He Is a mail of ability and force, and Is liked by all who know him. Joseph F. Councry will bu the next Aldiiinan from the Fourteenth Ward. He Is well known and well liked, and will make n splendid alderman. Mdermaii Herman F. Kruger will win with ease In the Fifteenth Ward. Ha has proven himself tin honest, ublo and hardworking representative of tho poile, and Ids vote on April 0th will ho a record-breaking one. Pliny II. Smith Is the right kind of a mail to place on the Is'iicb, and every good Itepubllcan should vote for him at the primaries, April 111. a MS V .r" ' r f;.&....ftfly