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TKLKPIIONB MAIN 818. ImiI Cornrtintton M.anJ 8th At. HENRY P. DONOVAN, Editor and PsbUthr Battr4 o1l4 CIim Mmttir Ocictwr It. It at lh t'.M Dflce at Chicago, Illlnult, under Utrch J. W.t. Established October 3, 1889. aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaal aaBe bb BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBy '.V,' V'IBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBbI BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBraeflsk' V BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBbI .llllHBHBilllllH ..................................... aBHHQk'&l ts?BHaBB! HVT H HSs&JJJiJiJiJiJiJiJiJiJiJiJi slslslslslslslslslslslslslslslslslslslslB ECT 'illllllllllllH BBBBBBBBBHBBBBBBBBBBBBBBbH KBBBBBLuHLBBBBBBBBbH BLBLBiliBBBBBi iBLiH BHIbbbbbH VX-bbbbH BBBBBBBBBBBBBBmC(BTBBBBBBBBBBBBBBH BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBbI JBBBbHbBBBBBBBBBBBH ''3tvBffEamm m S?9im at W & ft HRSUP By henry F. Donovan. The Chicago Eagle numbera among tta aubicrlbtra tha moat Influential, moat proaptroua and moat raapaeted man In Chicago. It raachte naarly every man of atandlng In the community and all men who are mouldera of public opinion or director of public affaire. It la the guide, mentor and friend of every political leader of every ehae'e of opinion. It la read by Government, State, County and City official. It la read by big percentage of the legal fraternity, Including bench and bar. It la the favorite of Chlcago'a lead tng bualneaa men. It reachea all claaaea In their homea. It la read by the Fire Department. It la read by the Police Department. It la In every publlo office and every public library. It la not controlled by any cheap, cheeky or crooked advertlalng agency. In the twenty-one yeara of Ita exist ence It haa managed to build up a large circulation and great bualneaa without the aid of profeatlonal adver tlalng aharka. That la why It la ao Independent, ao popular and ao atrong. The Chicago eagle I one paper that haa never depended upon advertlalng agenta for a circulation. It haa one of It own. OITORIftS oOHMENT. Extend those loop platforms. That is the only way to do away with the congestion during the rush hours. The most barefaced robbery over attempted In Cook County Is tho pro posed "forest preservo" steal. A lot of real estate speculators have bought tip a lot of worthless land with poor trees on It and propose soiling it to the people at an immonso profit. Watch tho "forest preservo" advo cates. Tho Democrats are more hopeful ot success than they havo been for years. Hurry up those subways. Lengthen the loop platforms. Under the hypocritical "Oregon plan" the man with tho biggest purse will carry oft the plum every time. An outer harbor sounds good to people who aro tired of the bridge nuisance. Our memory carries us back to days when some of the advocates of tho "Corrupt Practices Act" woro de nounced publicly In Chicago for some very corrupt political practices thara selves, What pull haa tho Gamowell Fire Alarm Company at tho city hall? It certainly gets an enormous prlco for its flro boxes and other apparatus. Frank A. Voglor haa served tho peo ple in an able, courteous and consci entious manner as chief clerk of the Board of Review, and his candidacy of Sheriff is a popular one all over Chicago. Kdward J. Brundage will prove onr of the best judges ever placed on tho Superior Court bench. George K. Schmidt bis 'served the people well as a member of the Coun ty Hoard and is entitled to a re-election. William E. Dover's candidacy for Superior Court should receive the JOHN MCCARTHY. Chairman Democratic Managing Committee. vote of every good citizen, Irrespect ive of party politics. Chicago has never had an abler, more honest or more fearless alderman than Mr. Dover, and his good record on behalf of the people's Interests should be rewarded at the November election. All Indications point to tho re-election of Oscar Hebel as County Asses sor by a big plurality. Ho has made a good record and tho pcoplo know It. Albert C. Clark will bo rc-elocte'd to tho State Senate in the Thirteenth District, as he deserves to be. Ho Is one of tc best men In tho Stato Sen ate. Peter Dartzcn Is making a whirl wind campaign for president of tho county board. His ablo and fearless record as building commissioner is well known to tho people and his voto on November 8 will bo a large one. Edward Osgood Drown will be elected Circuit Court Judgo by a mag nificent plurality. Everybody Is with him. No better man can be placed on tho Superior Court bench than Charles A. McDonald. He deserves tho votes of all good citizens.. County Clerk Joseph F. Haas has proven himself to bo an honest, hard working and nblo public official, and ho Is deserving of a re-election. Thomas Taylor, Jr., Is a winner for Superior Court Judge. His good rec ord as a lawyer and Master in Chan cery has grained for htm a widespread popularity and his voto on Nov. 8 will bo a big one. Harry P. Dolan Is a good man to voto for Municipal Court Judge. Ho is well qualified for tho position. Charles S. Cutting should have little trouble In being re-elected Judgo of the Probato Court. His honest and able record entitles him to It. .Joseph C. niahu; tho popular and successful West 12th street real es tate man, should bo elected to tho Legislature In tho Nineteenth Dis trict. John M. O'Connor is making a splendid campaign for State Senator on tho Democratic ticket In the Twenty-ninth District, and ho deserves to win. John O. Hruby, Jr., is entitled to a re-electlou to the Legislature in tho Fifteenth District. He Is a good pub lic olllclal. Thomas C. Clark, Democratic can dldato for Superior Court Judgo, is strongly endorsed In tho following letter to tho moniberrf of the Chicago Bar Association: Lnwyers who aro personally ac quainted with a candldato for Judicial office, or who have had tho opportu nity of seolng his professional work, aro thereby enabled to decldo as to his qualifications for tho office. But It Is often an as.ststunco to tlioao who do not have this advantago to know tho opinions of those who do. For this reason wo aro sending this letter to say a few wordB, based on our per sonal acquaintance on behalf of Thomas C, Clark, who Is a candidate for Judgo of tho Superior Court on tho Democratic ticket. Mr. Clark has practiced at tho Chi cago bar for tho past seventeen years, and has acquired through an exten sive and diversified practice tho knowledge of law and Its enforcement which comes from experience. His ago fifty is such that he has tho as surance of many vigorous yeara of efficiency In tho future aB well as ex perience In tho past. Ho is a thor oughly trained lawyer, quick of appre hension, but with no tendency to allow mere quickness to substitute It self for deliberate judgment. In our opinion ho possesses those qualities whose combination renders a man efficient upon the bench, and entitles him to have party lines disregarded by voters. H. Musgrave, John Barton Payno S. S. Gregory, Henry Russell Piatt, Maclay Hoyne, Dwlgbt S. Bobb, Hop J ace Kent Tenney, Cbaa. L. Allen, Walter L. Fisher, Russell Whitman, Frank H. Scott, Thos. M. Hoyne, E. F. Dunne, Wm. C. Boydcn, Wm. C. rLilnck, Harrison B. Riley, Clarence Harrow, Frederick A. Brown, James C. McSlianc, John M. Znne, Roswell B. Mason, W. S. Oppcnhelm, Sigmund Zclslcr, Nathaniel C. Sears, W. T. Aldcn, Victor Eltlng, William Dillon, John II. Wigmore, Francis W. Walker, Jacob Newman, H. H. C. Miller. William L. O'Connell, tho Demo cratic candldato for County Treas urer, Is a native ot Chicago. He was born In this city In 1871, and received his education In tho public schools and later In St. John's Academy. Ho also tcok a three-year night law course In tho Chicago College ot Law while acting as city salesman for Franklin MacVeagh & Co. His. first public position was that ot Superin tendent of the City Gas Inspection Bureau. Ho was appointed to that position by Mayor Harrison In 1904, and after five months' service was ap pointed Deputy Commissioner of Pub lic Wtorks, and was reappointed when Mayor Dunno took office. Whn Joseph Medlll Patterson resigned tho office of Commissioner of Public Works -he suggested as his successor, on tho ground of efficiency, Mr. O'Connell, and acting on this sugges tion Mayor Dunno appointed Mr. O'Connell to the office In 19011. As Commissioner ho made an excellent record for ability and honesty. Ho was tho first Commissioner of Public Works to mako deductions from tho bills of coal contractors for failure to deliver coal according to specifica tions, thereby establishing a prece dent that contracts with tho city aro ns binding on tho contractor as If they woro made with an Individual or prlvato corporation. In August, 190G, Mr. O'Connell was chosen as chair man of tho Democratic party of Cook County, which position bo held for four years. When Mayor Dunno became a candldato for renomlnatlon Mr. O'Connell managed his campaign, and with a divided party and practically no organization to start with, ho whipped tho ragged lines of Democ racy Into shape and waged a contest which In ordinary years would have brought victory to his party. For tho past twelve years Mr. O'Connell has been a manufacturer and Jobbor of unlon-mado cigars, located at No. G4 Wabash avenue. Mr. O'Connell will wngo his cam paign for County Treasurer on a plat form declaring for an HONEST, EF FICIENT and ECONOMICAL admin istration of the ofTlco ot County Treas urer. His platform follows: I will return tho Interest on publlo funds to tho people. I will Install a system for payment or taxes that will save time and trou ble. I will abolish the plan that requires (ho taxpayer to stand In lino for hours In ordor to pay taxes. I will require a standard of merit for appointment to oflico based on tho fundamental requisites ot honesty and olllcloncy. Mr. O'Connoll Is married and has threo chlldron. Ho resides nt 4133 Cnlutnet avenue. John .7. McLaughlin will bo re-elected to tho Legislature In tho Nine teenth District by a large plurality. Homer E. Tinsinan has earned tho high placo ho holds ns a lawyer and a citizen by his clean and honorable career. Albert J, Hopkins holds the confi dence and highest esteem of all lilt nolsans. See that Thomas C. Clark gets your voto for Superior Court Judge. He la tho right man for the place. Alderman Arthur W. Fulton is one ot the beat men In the City Council. Ho is an aggressive, capable and wide awake public official. Judge Klckham Scanlan la making a record on the Circuit Court bench that ho can point to with pride. James S. Hopkins, the popular law yer and master In chancery, would serve tho people well on the bench. Charles 8. Thornton, the Able at torney, who made one of the best corporation counsels Chicago baa ever WILLIAM L. Democratic Candidate liad,r enjoys a well earned popularity that extends from one end of tho city to the other. ThomaB W. Gllmore, tho well known coal merchant and Twenty fifth ward Republican, would mako a splendid member of the city council. John E. Kehoe has earned by his splendid record as a lawyer and a citizen the , highest esteem of all Chlcagoans. Benjamin M. Mitchell has the united support of tho Democrats of tho Twenty-first District for election to the Legislature. George M. Welcnctt, the popular at torney, is doing good work for thu Republican ticket for tho Twenty-fifth ward. Morrison's Weekly promises to bo one of the classiest magazines in the United States. It certainly will provo to the literary world that Chicago can produco and sustain a high-class literary publication. Clyde A. Morri son, tho foundor and editor-ln-chlef, Is 34 years old and has lived In Chicago all his life. Ho is a lawyer by pro fession, having been educated at tne common and high schools of Chicago and the University of Virginia. For several years he was a member of the law Arm of Pam, Calhoun' & Glennon, and later associated with Calhoun, Lyford & Sheean. Ho has been prom inent In politics. Mr. Morrison served ns Master In Chancery ot the Suporlor Court of Cook county, and later ns Chief Assistant City Attorney. He has had considerable experience In liter ary work as editor of tho "Hamilton Inn" for four yenrs. Last year ho founded, and now edits, tho "Nation al Irrigation Journal," which met with unprecedented success In tho field ot special publications. He Is married and has two sons. Edward J. Brundage has alwayB served tho peoplo faithfully and ably as a public official and his election as Superior Court Judge will provo no excoptlon to the rule. No man In tho financial and bust ness world of Chicago has a larger host ot friends and admirers than Al bert G'. Whoeler. Daniel C. uince stands in the front ranks ot Chicago's ablest law yers and most highly respected citi zens. Oscar Hebel lias made thousands of friends for himself all ovor Cook County by his splendid record as County Assessor and hlB voto for re election will bo a magnificent one. Edward Osgood Brown mado ono of tho best Judges ever on tho Circuit Court bench and his election again to that court next November will bo a worthy one, Frank A. Vogler'a candidacy for Sheriff is growing in strength ovory day. Thomas Taylor, Jr. will bo elected Superior Court Judgo by a handsome plurality. Edward J. Brundage desorves your vote for Superior Court Judge. Charles A. McDonald will bo elected Judgo of tho Superior Court by a big plurality. John R. Cavcrly will receive a record breaking vote for Municipal Judge. He is deservedly popular with all classes. Thomas A. Smyth's candidacy for President of tho Sanitary Board Is meeting with enthusiasm everywhere. George L. McConnell is one of the ablest and hardest working Demo cratic leaders in Chicago. He de serves the widespread popularity be enjoys. County Clerk Joseph F. Haas' can didacy for re-election Is growing stronger every day. Charles 8. CuttlSfwlll be re-elected Judf of the Probate Court by a big O'CONNELL. for County Treasurer. plurality. He will receive the solid Republican voto along with thousands of Democratic voles. His honest, clean mid nblo record is well known to tho pcoplo all over the county. Judge Klckham Scanlan Is making the splendid record on tho bench that every one of his frlonds knew ho would make. Cook County nover had a better Judge. Albert J. Hopkins won tho confi dence and admiration of all Illinois by his honest and fearless record In tho United States Sennto and In the National Houso of Representatives and no man In the state today stands higher In the people's estimation. Thomas F. Scully's good record as a public officer and a lawyer entitle him to an election as Municipal Judge. Harry P. Dolan, Democratic noml nco for Municipal Judge, Is well quali fied for a seat on the bench. Judge Frank Crowe has mado a good, honest record on the Municipal Court bench and Is entitled to n re election. George M. Welcuelthas gained the high placo he holds as a lawyer by his clean, able and conscientious record. Albert G. Wheeler has gained by his splendid record as a financier and business man tho conOdenco and ad miration of Chicago's commercial world. Harry J. Coleman, the popular Sixth ward Domocrat and member of the well known banking firm of Casey and Coleman, which runs tho pros perous Merchants' Bank, would make a splendid City Treasurer. ' As a business man, a public official nnd a citizen, George W. Paullln Is liked nnd respected by all who como In contact with him. Edward J. Brundage will bo elected Judgo of the Suporlor Court by one of tho largest pluralities over given a cnndldnte for that position. William E. Dover has served tho people honestly and fearlessly in the City Council and he can be depended upon to servo them equally as well on tho Superior Court bench. Thomas C. Clark's candidacy for Superior Court Judge deserves the support ot all good citizens. Mr. Clark Is a lawyer ot ability and force, with a long and clean record to his credit and he will make a splendid judge. Joseph C. Blaha Is the right man to elect to tho Legislature In tho Nine teenth district. John O. Hruby, Jr., will be re-elected to tho Legislature In tho Fifteenth district by a largo plurality, He has mado a good record and tho people know It. ' County Commissioner Georco K. ' Schmidt is ono of tho best ouallfled ! men now holding publlo offlco and ho entitled to re-election. Joseph G. Ellas haa mado himself popular by his good clean record on tho County Board and his re-election Is predicted on all sides. Poter Bortzen is making a whirl wind campaign for President of the L County Board. His splendid record and well known fitness for the posl tlon commends his candidacy to the voters. Frank A. Vogler is deservedly popu lar all over Chicago and he will be elected Sheriff by a big plurality, Tanner & Conley, 99 Washington street have the latest fall styles and aro fixing up their customers In their usual classy way. Judge McKenzle Cleland has prov en himself to be a friend of the poor in the Municipal Court and be de serves a re-election. James 8. Hopkins, the popular attor ney and Maiter-ia-Cbaacery, stands BBBBBBiBaaaaaaaaaaBBBliBaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiaBBaiia EDWARD J. BRUNDAQE. Republican Candidate for Judge of the Superior Court. high In tho estimation of Cook County's bench and bar. Thomas C. Clark won n splendid victory at tho primaries, and his nomi nation for Superior Court Judge strengthens tho whole Democratic ticket. 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Republican Candldats for Sheriff. and most highly esteemed lawyers In tho county, and ho will make a splen did Judge. Charles A. McDonalds nomination for Superior Court Judge by the Democrats will prove a winning one at the polls In November. His chance rrrtR Demeeratlo Candidate fer President m "' !BBBBBBBBBF'' , i", ,' ,V ',is wWtiiwnHisiifl'bii BBBBBIBBBBBBBM j s - ' '.bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbH BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBsf; ' vBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBs! for the renomlnatlon never were In doubt, and the whole ticket Is strengthened by his candidacy. Thomas Taylor, Jr., deserves to bo elected Judge of the Superior Court. Mr. Taylor is one of the ablest and1 best known attorneys In the countr and he will make an honest and up right judge. Edward Osgood Brown Is a winner for Circuit Court Judge. His grand record before Is well known to the people and his plurality will be a large ono next November. bartzin. ef the Beard ef Ceunty Cemmlsslsnsrs. 1 ijr 1 i II 11 1 f k'it.-i., t