THE OHIOAQO EAGLE, 8ATURDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1910;
NINE STRONG REPUBLICANS TALKED OF FOR MAYOR:
Fnd A, Bissi, J, R, Thompson, Btrnard A. Eckhart, Edward H. Piters, Isaac K. Powill, Leroy A, Goddard, Jamas A. Hogan, William Kolacsk, John F. Smulski.
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Are Taxpayers working
for the General Western
Electric Concerns ? ?
Chicago paid $15,000,000
, in' the past ten years for
a Department of Elec
tricity. What has it gotten
out of it?
Does the Western Elec
trie Company maintain
a political lobby here?
Does it own our down
Thomas W. Qllmore Is tho kind of a
man tho people of the Twenty-fifth
Ward want to represent thei In tho
City Council. His nomination, by the
Republicans will be a popular one all
over the ward.
No better qualified or more popular
man can bo elected to the Superior
Court bench next fall than Homer E.
Charles A. McDonald has proven by
his record as a lawyer and a citizen
that he would servo tho people well on
tho Superior Court bench. His nom
ination by the Democrats will bo a
. John J. Bradley was one of the best
Aldermen ever In tho City Council,
and ho would mako a great Sheriff of
Julius 'P. Bmletanka, tho well-known
attorney and member of the School
Board, would make a splendid Judge of
the Superior Court.
John J. Coburn has to his credit as
a lawyer a long and brilliant record,
and his election as Judge of tho Su
perior Court will place on that bench
one of the ablest and most fearless
men that have ever sat upon It.
Charles E. Crutksbank has gained
for himself a widespread popularity In
Chicago by his splendid record In the
State Senate. His nomination for
Clerk of the Probato Court by the Re
publlcani would prove a winning one.
"FOLLIES OP 1009" RETURNS.
With its wonderful cast of stars,
headed by Eva Tanguay, said to be
the highest salaried comedienne In the
world, Zlegfeld's famous revue "Pol
lloa of 100!)" returns to Chicago to
the Auditorium Theater, after an ab
Benco of less than two months, Tho
production and cast will be tho same
as seen at the Colonial Theater, but
at half the price,
"MISS PHILURA" SCORES A HIT.
Henry Blossom's newest comedy,
"Miss hllura," scored an Immediate
lilt when It opened Monday night at
the Studebaker. It is full of wit and
humor from start to finish, and tho
company, which is headed by Chrystal
Heme", and which Includes Edward
Abeles, is one of the best seen hero In
a long while,
"CHARLES ROBINSON CRUSOE
Am6ng the new attractions announc
ed for this season1 on the burlesquo
trail, "Charles Robinson Crusoe Girls,"
the latest- addition to this Held of
amusement Is claimed to be the star
number, Commencing with (Sunday
matinee, Feb, 13, two performances,
this combination will occupy the
boards of the Star b Garter Theater
for one solid week.
Princess." It contains May Vokea,
Adele Rowland, Vera Mlchelena, Johu
V. Rnnsono, Joseph C. Smith, and
Harry Pllcer. MIbs Yokes' singing of
"Ho Loves My Dreamy Eyes," 4b one of
the screams of the piece, and two fea
tures that command attention are the
Apache dance, which Joseph C. Smith
does with Adele Rowland, and the
Vampire dance, which he does with
GOOD ATTRACTIONS AT THE COL-
"Wife in Name Only" will be tho
bill at .the College Theater all next
week, with Anita Eva Fay, the famous
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mind render, as an added attraction.
Albert Morrison, Marie Nelson and tho
rest of the company will be well cast
in the coming show.
"THE ROCKYMOUNTAIN EX
PRESS." Messrs. Rllmt and Qozzolo, tho am
bitious new managers of tho Criterion,
have gone to great trouble and ex
pense In selecting tho personnel of
this stock company, and have aUo
disregarded expenso when It comes to
high royalty plays. Next week they
will offer "The Rocky Mountain Ex
press," a delightfully powerful melo
drama of events as they aro to-day.
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ALL-STAR CAST AT THE LA SALLE
Manager Mort H. Singer Is present
ing an all-star cast In "The Flirting
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