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u t N '"rrV-typSFti& eaaVaaaiaiaiaiaiaBte t rT JrL j- tf-StaviaiaiaiaiaP" Lo U. S3 W9 FVV V ) Eflterte' m iNMi Class Mattir Oatakar II, 1889. at the Past efflee at CMaaia,MHflala, vmlcr At at Mareh 3ra 1879 TWENTIETH YEAR, NO. a. m aHaavvL SIHbi POWELL AND CQNNERY The Two Leaders, Supported by The Eagle, Elected by Large Majorities on Tuesday. Of Opposite Parties They Head Tick ets with Votes to Spare. Twenty-eight Alderman Supported by The Eagle Also Win with Great Ease. The Municipal Voters' League Gets Knocked "Galley Weit" Wherever It Made a Fight. A Lilt of Winner! with Their Pluralities In cluding All Enemiei of M. V. L. Tho voting In over anil Tho Chicago .Engle In receiving congratulations upon tlio election of ucurly every iiuui to whom It threw Its Htrength. It supported I. X. Powell for City Treusurcr, and wiih the only weekly uewHpuiier In Chicago thut did. Mr. Powell won by u handsome mn Jorlty. . , It mipportcd Francis I). Conncry for City Clerk und in happy over his trt uuiplmnt clectlou. It supported twenty-eight of the win ning Aldermen. It did not support Mllkcm J. Fore man, tbo pride of tbo South Bldo Ohet to, und Ik glad of It. The new levee nml tho three-ball men und rotlred Junk dealers of tho South Hide Ohetto milled around Mllkein ami ho Avon. In some ways we are very glad that lio did, as he is under tbo public mlc roscopo for two years more at least and tho p'coplo will draw tholrown conclusions. Following aro tho majorities of tho wluuers: fou city: treasurer. Plurality. Isaac X. Powell, rep 4,700 FOU CITY CLERK. Francis I), Connery, dem 0,405 FOU ALDERMEX. Ward. 1 Michael Kcnna, dem 3,000 2 Oeo. F. Harding, Jr., rep. . . .4,:i.l 3 Milton J. Foreman, rep 3,410 4 .lames M. Dall'ey, dem B.333 O John J. Bheuhan, dem 1,447 IS Theodore K. Long, rep 3,02:1 7 dairies E. iMerrlam, rep 5,835 8 John It. Emerson, dem 007 0 Dennis J, Egnn. dom 2.J05 10 Thomas F. Scully, dem 1,511 31 E. V. Cullertou, dem 2,053 12 Michael Zluuuer, dem. (long term) 0,478 12 Anton J. Cermak, dem. (short term) .....1,007 28 i. V . ja- miBaBW bbbbbb jm.m jw , miBBBBBBBjBBv pKBBjpfj aEaBRavaBaaBw 13 Arthur V. Fiilton. rep KM) 14r-:Jnmes II. Luwley, rep 021 in Ilenrv Utpatel, rep... 003 HI Stanley II. Kuuz. dem 1,001 17 Lewis D. KlttH, rep 1,802 IK John J. Itrennau, dem 2,450 10 John Powers, dem 2,714 20 John P. Stowart, re 3.574 21 Francis-W. Taylor, rep. . . . , .2,710 22 Herman J. Hauler, dem 375 23 Jacob A. Hey, rep; 2,033 24 August Kriiiuholz, dem 805 25 Wlntleld P. Dunn, rep 3,738 20 William F. Llps, rep 2,552 27 Joseph F. Cupp, rep 1,805 28 Harry E. Littler, rep 332 20 Mathlas A. Mueller, rep 1,112 30 Michael Mcluerney, dem 2,358 31 James A. Kcarns, rep, 1,504 32 Albert J. Fisher, rep 1,82(1 .'CI Charles E. Heading, dem,... 854 34 William F. Hyau, deiu 20 3.1 John N. Clark, dem 050 MTTI.E lALl!oT. Phthisis Sanitarium. Fur tho proposition 107,230 Against tho proposition 30,410 Majority for 127,820 .Evnustou and Cicero were kept out of the city ns a result of thu voto on annexation. M. V. L. Dead and forsaken. Is It Just the thing for a corporation lawyer, like '.Mr. Foreman, to bo at the head of a regiment of tho Illinois Xutlonal (luard, or at tho head of a charter convention? Thank Hod! Evaustou was not an nexed. What have tho Judges of tbo iMunlcl (ml Court got to do with the county Jail? Wo notice tliat some of them havo leaned far enough out of their trees to crltlclso tbo Jail. Tho Jail Is at ft r iaW v A II h h llalalalaSjak llalalalaPSJav. nSflBKalV&HiaaiaKB llalalallSSjaV. UBaaalaHSjJSaW aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaakMA JaaBaflaal tt.BaBaBaBaPlBMPBa!SBalBaBaBa JaaaaaaaaaaaBaaaaBal JDaBaaaSaaaBaaaBaalft CHICAGO, 8ATURDAY, AURIC. 10, 1909. . :- - i i ' '. Lottery,. THEODORE BRENTANO, The Honett and Fearless Judge of the Superior Court, Whole 11 countv Institution, subject to Judges of tho circuit, Superior and County! Courts. Tho Municipal Court Is a pure ly local Institution, Intended for the relief of lawyers, not fortunnto enough to bo retained by corporations and not learned enough, In tho majority of Its nieinlHTs. for places on tho higher Iwnch. To tbo sorrow of tho taxpayers they arc credited to tho city. i.Who nro the men who ninko up the ollvlsory committee of tho Muulclpal Voters' League. Tho Eaglo Is never on dead ones. If he was known as ono of tho Macks Instead of Marks he might havo been luckier. Judge Mack could give hliu u tip or two. Cannon and Payno nro good safo men In Congress. They know the mnke-up of the trust press and hnvo Just as much regard for it as tbo ordinary man. . ' Chicago did herself proud by elect ing I. X. Powell City Treasurer. Xow for tho Judicial campaign. Frank Connery deer. rati llko a scared Tho peoplo know tho trust daily newspapers so well that anything tho uewspaiters want on tbo tariff Issuo tbo people aro against. The Euglo advocates tho nomination of Slgmund Kclslcr for Circuit Judge to succeed Judgo Mack. Mr, Zolsler Is fully us nblo n lawyer ns Judgo Mack and is not subject to tho same objec- INDEPENDENT IN ALU THINGS, NEUTRAL JV . - .gJW J (Ions. Mr. Kelslcr Is an orthodox Jew, and tho Eagle espouses his cause to prevent Mack and his Socialistic allies from charging Its opposition to him to religious prejudice. Chicago Is to Im congratulated upon the election of Isaac X. Powell as City Treasurer. Judge Theodore Ilrcutnun will be triumphantly re-elected to tho seat ho has licld so fearlessly and honestly. 'J'ly Eagle congratulates Isaac X. Powell, City Treasurer-elect, and Fran cis D, Connery, City Clerk-elect, upon the great results of Tuesdays balloting. This paper supported both of theso gentlemen with all of Its strength, from the beginning, and feels Justly proud of the result. Twenty-eight of tbo candi dates for Aldermen supported by tho Eaglo were elected. Xext Tuesday will be Judicial pri mary day. Take advantage of the chance given you to nominate candi dates for tho bench. It was nothing but 11 romp for Al derman Michael 'Mclnerucy in tho Thlr tleth Ward. Tho peoplo of that ward nro proud of their honest and fearless Alderman and the crack they gavo tho lato departed M. V. I,, was heard all over Chicago. For correct predictions read tbo Eagle. .Albert J. Hopkins should bo elected United States Senator. Ho is entitled. to it If ever a man was entitled to it, .- '''"'' " ' -I.I ,SJ( .lillltl . Umii i"!L" JlJWWLlB i ' &gfcw wis -. , dah i'' H4M,xlRk' -JlaiaiaiaVLiaiHiVyi?'' " MJ! ' ifliliaaiaiaiaiaiaiaiaiilr' -yaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaajBKjjBfflL IB'rJaaaaTlnBMu9M iftRaBaBaBaBaBaBaBaBaBaBaBaBaBaBaBaBaBaBaBaBaBaaaH 4vQasasasasasasasasasasasajasHii v ;'asasasasasasasasasasasvajFP i34BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBJBI StHaTalsaaiBaTaTaTflHHmt Powell was 1111 easy wluner. IN NONE.' TWELVE PAGE 8. Re-election Is Certain. and furthermore tho country needs his services In the Senate. Tho late departed iM. V. h. took spe cial delight In roasting Alderman Cul lertou. Ho was re-elected on Tuesday by a plurality of 2,053. Enough said. Judge Mack's rcnomluntlou means Democratic defeat. Tlie late departed M. V. u. was a good thing while It lasted, for Its olll cers. Frank I). Connery made a great race for City Clerk and his clectlou pleases everybody In Chicago. Legislators of Illinois, do your duty and elect to the United States Senate Albert J, Hopkins, tho man entitled to tho olllco by all laws of fair play ami decency. In City Treasurer Powell and City Clerk Connery Chicago has two able, honest and wideawake public olticlals. Tho Illinois steal Company seems to Ik terribly wrought up over that Chlperfleld bill. Tho, Chicago City Railway Company and tho Chicago Railways Company aro talking of consolidating. This will beat the city out of 20 per cent raoro of Its lawful Income, The Illinois Steal Company wnufs 230 acres mora of Lako Michigan belonging to the Stato of Illinois. Watch the traction gang closely, The members of it are figuring on skinning the city to a greater extent than ever. am a ft ft ""cfiS?? WHOLE NUMBER 1,017 AS DEAD AS Municipal Voters' League as Defunct as the Chronic Office Seeker from California. Who -Are the Feiiows Who Com- pose Its Advisory r Board? Let Us Have Their Names So that We Can Size Them Up Properly. It the Advisory Board of the League Made Up of Old Tax Dodgen? ' Or Made Up of Old Time Lobbyists for Railroad and Traction Franchises P The people of Chicago are beginning to understand tho so-called Municipal Voters' League. lit every ward where an Alderman had the manhood to ocnly defy tlila "League" he was triumphantly re elected. In some wards tho question was oft en asked by the voter, "Is this one of the League's dodgers?" And whenever the un'ci' was In the alllrimitivc the voter was against tho League's man. Why should the members of a secret society have the Impudence to dictate to the people of Chicago? The M. V. L. came into existence during (lie horrible administration of Carter II. Harrison as mayor. It received tho support of tho same newspapers and the same Interests that Harrison did. And It made fools out of tho peoplo on tho Municipal Ownership question, Just as Harrison did. Tho M. V. L. repeatedly refers to Its "advisory board." The Eagle dcttcs the M. V. L. to make known the names of Its advisory board. Why does It keep them under cover? Does it fear an Investigation delving into tho pastV Vell,.wo will see. We notice that ono peculiar feature of the Leaguo Is tho particular anti pathy that It displays toward men with Irish or Herman names. Is It an A. P. A. organization? Or is it tin organization that puts it self In tho Held for the purpose of shaping legislation to suit Its own pur poses? The suspicions of tho people nro aroused and tbo truth will bo known if all tho trust ncwspnicrs In Chicago had two M. V. L. collars on them In- Inirilil Ui uiiu. The temper of the peoplo can 1)0 1 easily seen by tho election of Mcluer entered a tteantf Clata Matter Oeteker 11,1889, at the Peat Office at CMeafe, llllmle, under Aet ef Mareh 3rd, 1879 vLW .-d-4 HARRISON. ney In the 30th by 2,300 majority; of Cullertou in the 11th by 2,053 major ity; of Capp in the 27th by 1,850 ma jority; of Krumholz In the 24th by 800 majority; of Herman J. Hauler In tho 22nd by 375 majority; of Engau In the Otli ward by 2,105 majority; of James M. Dalley In the 4th by 2,333 majority; of Michael Kenua In the 1st by 3,000 majority; of Thomas F. Scully In the 10th by 1.511 majority; of Stanley 11. Klin. In the 10th by 1,001 majority; of Jehu Hreuiiau In the 18th by 2,450 ma jority ; of John Powers In tho 10th by 2,714 majority, ami John S. Clark la tho 35th by 050 majority. Tho harder the Leaguo hit a candi date tho larger was tho majority for him. Judgo Mnck and his Socialistic settle ment workers should bo sent to the rear. The election of Isaac X. Powell for City Treasurer was a grand victory for a painstaking, courteous and hon est public olllclal. The Illinois Steal Company Is going to lower tho wages of 5,000 men. Mcnuwhllo the traction graft, stolen from tho city, has been lost sight of. Powell and Connery looked good to the people 011 Tuesday. Tbo leasing by tbo city of tee great Goodrich dock, east of Rush street bridge, for the paltry sum of $5,000 per rear, without advertising for bide, astounds everyone. In the opinion of able lawyers, the very fact that blda were not advertised for Inralldataa the loose. This lease la worth from 180,000 to 1100,000 a year to the city, SaHIIIB. s&jHilaT?' W ?&,:. ... fi J.H-l ?v . iLi2"6?-JLi mW.V 7,1 t: Li.aAi .Vi ,r .MVi' kit-' '). JfJ