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THE CHICAGO EAGLE,
TWELVE STRONG DEMOCRATS TALKED OF FOR MAYOR: Harry R. Gibbons, John T. Connery,Lockwood Honore, Charles J. Vopicka, Fred W. Block!, Andrew J. Graham, John E.Traeger, Ernst Hummel, Charles F. Gunther, James Hamilton Lewis, Charles H. Wacker, Edward F, Dunne. Reduce Your Cost of Living THE PAIR to tha ultmbto tttrt that kttpa up the quality tf if mtrchandlsa no matter how low it cutt tht price. GROCERIES, MEATS AND FISH AMMIc Om Hardware M Teels ' AtteoMMo esjaOes Ma as Cape Wmmmt I i mi awaaiiw Breeders leyelea Jewelry as sMVerwar wOtKi NeeBWMT CiHiirjr Gears ea4 I Rate Mi Rnm Onus, Kevelvefv ASHiVMHIIOSlB Otovea mas THE FAIR PkMtCi Chlege-getakHahe this work and tho results obtained have recelred general public atlrovnl. His experience as a legislator, ad ministrative officer and lawyer, have eminently qualified him for the posi tion of Judge of tho Superior Court." Nathaniel Sears, Joslah Cratty, Clarence Darrow, Frank J. Loesch, Frank L. Shepard, Edgar A. Bancroft, Maclay Hoyne, Julius Goldzler, Almon W. Bulkley, John C. King, Francis W. Walker, James C. McShane, Frank Hamlin, George T. Buckingham, Jacob Newman. "I have watched with Interest, and am glad to endorse as of high char acter, the administration and work of Mr. Brundage as Corporation Coun sel." Joha 8. Miller. "It gives me pleasure to be able to say that Mr. Brundage has conducted the legal business of the city with distinguished ability." Francis Adams. "Mr. Brundage has shown decided ability aad unswerving loyalty to the Interests of the people while he has occupied the very exacting and re sponsible position of Corporation Counsel." O. H. Horton. "In his administration of tho office of Corporation Counsel, I am pleased to say that I believe Mr. ttrundago has performed bis duties ably and honestly." Adolph Kraus. "I wish to express my hearty en dorsement of Mr. Brundage as a can didate for Superior Court Judge At the coming election. He has proved himself to be a thoroughly capable and efficient lawyer, and his adminis tration of the office of Corporation Counsel, during more than three years, has been highly creditable. I bellevo that his election will place an ablo and Impartial Judge upon the bench." Wm. G. Beale. "Edward J. Brundage has performed the duties of tho office of Corpora tion Counsel with the utmost effici ency." George M. Haynes. "Since the Incumbency by Mr, Ed ward J. Brundage, of the office of Corporation Counsel, X have frequently had occasion to come In' professional contact with him, and I havo had oc casion to observe how he conducted that Important office. In my Judg ment, be has discharged the duties of his office In a manner highly cred itable to himself and with superior efficiency." Harry Rubens. "I have had many Important mat ters which have brought me In close touch with tho Corporation Counsel's office during tho Incumbency of Ed ward J. Brundage. His administration of that office affords abundant proof of his efficiency, ability, Integrity and high professional standing." Edgar B, Tolman. The record of Edward J. Brun dage: 18C9 Born at Campbell, New York. 1884 Moved to Chicago, where ho has ever since resided. 1802 Admitted to the Illinois bar. 1833 Graduated from Chicago Col lego of Law and entered the practice of law. 1898 Member of Houao of Repre sentatives In Illinois Legis lature. 1901 Vice-President from Illinois and member of Board of Commis sioners to Pan-American Ex position. 1902 Elected to second term In Leg islature. 1904 Elected President of County Board. 1906 Re-elected President of County Board. 1907 Appointed Corporation Counsel, 1910 Nominated by Republican party for Judgo of the Superior Court. Remember next Tuesday Is election day. Firemen and policemen will nevor have their pay raised If the proposed "forest preserve" steal, on tho little ballot goes through. The land sharks who are pushing this bare faced scheme will draw so much mon Office sewpl m tinea mm Smehers' Shirts, Cellars as Orfts Tants and Awntogs Trunks ana SmH Cases UmsreHas Underwear Watckaa I07 ay 1. 4. Uhmtn ey from the public treasury that fire men and policemen and other public servants will have a hard time hold ing their salaries at the present fig ure. Voto for John R. Caverly for Munic ipal Judge. Vote for Harry P. Dolan for Munic ipal Judge. Vote, for James C. Martin for Munic ipal Judge. Vote for Jacob H. Hopkins for Mu nicipal Judge. Vote for Frank Crowe for Munici pal Judge. Vote for Charles A. Williams for Municipal Judge. Vote for McKenxIe Cleland for Mu nicipal Judge. Vote for Thomas F. Scully for Mu nicipal Judge. Vote for Vogler, Vote for Thomas J. Webb for mem ber of the Board of Review. Following Is the straight Democratic ticket: Sheriff, Michael Zlmmer. County Treaturer, William L. O'Connell. County Clerk, R. M. Swettzer. County Judge, John E. Owens. President County Board, Peter Bartzen. County Commissioners: Peter Bart zen, L. J. Coffey, Dr. Geo. Sultan, Joseph Fitzgerald, Frank Ragan, Stan ley J. Kuflewskl, Charles Glennon, Joseph Mandl, D. J. Harris, Bartley Burg. Member Board of Review, Thomas J. Webb. Member Board of Assessors, Frank! W. Koraleskl. Clerk Probate Court, John A. Cer venka. Clerk Criminal Court, F. J, Walsh. President Sanitary Board, Thomas A. Smyth. Trustees Sanitary Board: Thomas A. Smyth, Thomas L. Sullivan, Edward Kane. Judge Circuit Court, Edward O. Brown. Judges Superior Court: William B. Dever, Thomas C. Clark, Charles A. McDonald, Martin M. Gridley, Richard E. Burke, Wm. F. Cooper. Judge Superior Court (to All vacan cy), Joseph H. Fitch. Judge Probate Court, Ode L. Rankin. Judges Municipal Court: John R. Caverly, Thomas F. Scully, Charles A. Williams, Harry P. Dolan, Joseph Sabath, Jacob H. Hopkins, W. W. Witty, J. J. Rooney, James C. Martin. Vote for William L. O'Connell for County Treasurer. "We, tho undersigned membors of tho Chicago bar, desire to express our Indorsement of tho candidacy of Hon. John E. Owens for tho position of judgo of the County court of Cook county. "As a lawyer and a public official ho has developed ability of a high or der. Industry and Integrity, coupled with a quick and comprehensive grasp of affairs, havo marked his offi cial and private professional career. These qualities, together with the possession of a trained mind, broad ened by his many years' experience In the positions of assistant prosecut ing attorney, city attorney and mas ter In chancery of tho Circuit court of Cook county, havo demonstrated his entire fitness for tho Important office of Judgo of tho County court and stamp him as one peculiarly qualified to fill the position. "S. 8. Gregory, Harry Rubens, Rus sell Whitman, Colin C, M. Fyffe, James Hamilton Lewis, William C. Nlblack, Edward F. Dunne, Francis Adams, James C. McShane, Henry C. 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Black, Edgar B. Tolman, John B. Dandrldge, Morits Rosenthal, William Dillon, Burton Hanson, John W. Burdette, Timothy Schofleld, Miles J. Devlne, George A. Trade, B. G. Purkhlser, Clarence 8. Darrow, Will B. Moak, William Rothmann, Lett D. Mathlas, Charles 8. Thornton, Schuyler F. Linn, A. 8. Trade, William 8. John ston, Robert Redfleld, Leon Horn stein, John P. McGoorty, Ross C. Hall, John E. Bailey, John F. Geetlng, Wil liam' H. Sexton, Myer 8. Emrlch, Thomas J. Sutherland, J. Francis Dammann, Ira E. Straus, John F. Clare, William Ritchie, R. A. Burton, Alexander S. Bradley, John C. Rich berg, John E. Kehoo, A. A. Goodrich, Clarence Goodwin, M. H. Guorln, John Brown, Gcorgo Gorman, Thomas B. Lantry, Henry M. Ashton, John J. Co burn, A. J. Burgmeyer, Francis Hoff man, Nicholas Finn, Roy D. Keehn, Barnard J. Baumer, W. D. Munhall, Snmuol J. Lumbard, Jesso Wilcox, Le roy Hackett. Following Is the straight Republican ticket: Sheriff, Frank A. Vogler, County Treasurer, Thomas J. Healy. County Clerk, Joseph F. Haas. Clerk Criminal Court, John KJel lander. Clerk Probate Count, Guy Guernsey. Superintendent of Schools, A. O. Coddlngton. County Judge, Lewis RInaker, Probate Judge, Charles S. Cutting. Board of Assessors, Oscar Hebel. Board of Review, F. D. Meacham. President County Board, William Busse. County Commissioners: Frank O. Leland, Joseph M. Dennis, W. B. Col burn, L. H. Mack, August Draeger, A. G. Lanlo, George K. Schmidt, Carl R. Chlndblom, Joseph G. Ellas, Oscar R. Helstrom. President Sanitary District, Robert R. McCormlck. Sanitary Trustees: R. R. McCormlck, H. F. Eldmann, William H. Baker. Superior Court Judges: Albert O. Barnes, Edward J. Brundage, Axel Chytraus, George A. Dupuy, Henry V. Freeman, Jesse Holdom. Superior Court Judge (to fill vacan cy), Thomas Taylor Jr. Judges,Mun!cipal Court: John O. Scovel, John H. Hume, M. Brugge meyer, Stephen A. Foster, McKenzle Cleland, Michael F. Glrten, John W. Honston, John R. Newcomer, Frank Crowe. Vote for Lawrence J. Coffey for County Commissioner. Vote for Joseph F. Haas for County Clerk. Vote for Joseph J. Ellas for County Commissioner. Vote for George K. Schmidt for County Commissioner. W iBFsv Vote for Peter Bartzen for County Commissioner and also for President of the County Board. Edward J. Brundago is entitled to the vote of every good citizen for Su perior Court Judge. Mr. Brundage Is a man who can always be depended upon to faithfully serve all the peo ple. Oscar Hebel has made a good, hon est record as County Assessor, and his re-election is recommended to the taxpayers of Cook County. Lawyers of all political creeds have sent out a strong indorsement of Thomas F. Scully, Democratic candi date for the Municipal bench. In an open letter seventy-eight of the legal fraternity have the following to say: "Thomas F. Scully is a person worthy of every confidence and of support In his candidacy for associate Judge of the Municipal Court Mr. Scully, for a number of years, has taken an active part in public affairs In our city and has always displayed In his conduct, efficiency and Integrity of the highest order, and ho will bring to our Municipal bench a thorough knowledge of the law and the clear headedness and tenderness of heart that Is so greatly needed by the occu pants of that position. John Barton Payne. James Hamilton Lewis. William H. Barnum. A. S. Trude. John P. McGoorty. James Maher. Joseph B. David. Hiram T, Gilbert. D. J. McMahon. Joseph W. Errant. G. W- Kretzlnger. Edward S. Cummlngs. Miles J. Devine, Colin Fyffo. Daniel Byrnes''. Theo. C. Mayer. Charles Werno. Gustavas Tatge. Leon Hornsteln. James A. Russel. Jacob Kaplan. Edward F. Dunne. Simeon Strauss, Thomas M. Hoyne. Nicholas R. Finn. William E. Dever. W. D. Munhall. A. S. Malato. Wells M, Cook. Jacob J. Kory. James T. Brady. ' Daniel L, Cruce. C. J, Tralnor. Jacob Diamond. W. T. Underwood. Chas. H. Soelke. John Stelk. Francis X. Rusch. Qulnn O'Brien, Thomas H. Mercer. John Courtney, Philip R. Frazler. Frank R. Cnin. Clarenco C. Mercer. H. J. Toner. John W. Bockwith. William H. Arthur. Ell B. Goldstein. John Rodgers. John Prystalckl. James P. Ward. A. D. Welner. George A. Trude. William F, Cooper. J. H. Sturgeon, C. O. Noblo. John O. Wagner. Richard J. Gavin. William J. stapleton. Joseph A. O'DonnelL C. J. Warring. James P, Devlne. Nathan D. Kaplan. Edward G, Woods, Edmund W. Froekllck. J. L. Mclnerny. -Richard J, Finn. F. W. Blgelow." D. D. Kagy, John A. Brown. W, R. Ramsey. S. Dableateln. George R. English. D. J. McElherne. O'Shaughnessy A O'Shaughnessy. The signers are all members of the Chicago Bar Association. Edward Osgood Brown will be elect ed to fill the vacancy on the Circuit Court bench by a record-breaking plu rality. Everybody Is with him. Peter Bartzen will make a splen did President of the County Board. He Is fitted In every way for the office. Richard K. Burke Is the right man to place on the Superior Court bench, Vote for John E. Owens for countv Judge. Judgo Frank Crowe has made a good record on the Municipal bench. Judgo McKenzle Cleland has shown himself to be a friend of the poor and down trodden in the Municipal Court. Charles A. McDonald will make an an honest and upright Judge of the Superior Court Albert C. Clark will win In a walk In his campaign for reelection to the state senate in the thirteenth district His honest and able record has won for him the support of all classes. Edward J. Brundage has always served tho people's best Interests In every position ho has held and his election us Judgo of the Superior Court would prove no exception. Harry P. Dolan, Democratlo can didate for Municipal Judge, was born In Boston, Mass., May 10, 1875, and came to Chicago with his parents In 1880. Mr. Dolan received his entire education In this city, being a graduato of the Chi cago Public and High Schools. He re ceived the degree of LL.B. from Lake Forest University In 1904, gradu ating as President of his class, and was admitted to the Bar in 1904. Prior to taking up his legal studies, Mr. Dolan was with the Chicago, Mil waukee and St. Paul Railroad, and from 1892 to 1901, served successively as shop clerk, locomotive flrembn and round house foreman. He resigned to take a position as Instructor of air brakes and locomotive machinery with the Railway Department of the Inter national Correspondence School. He resigned his connection with the latter Institution In 1908. Upon completion of his law course, Mr. Dolan formed a connection with the well known le gal Arm of Wlckett, Meier & Booth, with whom he remained until 1905, when he entered private practice and established offices In the First Na tional Bank Building, where he has been located for the past five years. Mr. Dolan served as Assistant cor poration counsel under Jas, Hamilton Lewis. He will make a splendid municipal Judge, William E. Dover's honest and fear less record in the city council cou pled with his well known ability lis a lawyer entitles him to the vote of every good citizen for Judge of tho Superior Court. Thomas C. Clark Is a winner for Judgo of tho Superior Court. Edward J. Brundage has always served the people well In every office ho has held and his election to the Superior Court bench will bo no ex ception to tho rule. George K. Schmidt has made a good record during his first term as County Commissioner and will make equally as good a record during bis second. John R. Caverly has made one of tho best city attorneys Chicago has ever had and he deserves the votes of all good cltlzons for Municipal Judge. All good citizens should unite on tho candidacy of Thomas C. Clark for Superior Court Judge. Mr. Clark has a long and honorable record to his credit as a lawyer and he will prove one of the best men ever placed on the bench. I Thomas Taylor, Jr., Is a winner for the vacancy on the Superior Court ( iSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBul ' BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBHJfBBBaElBBBBBBBB bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbV HfbbbbbbbbbbbbbbI BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBk x s SBBBBBBBBBBBBBB LbbbbbbbbbvJjbH HARRY P. DOLAN. ft HAK ggggggggggggggggggH BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBf BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBHkf' C :BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBSl BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBm;? 'BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBV BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBPBBBaS.BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBl gggggggLLigggH BDWARD J. BRUNDAQI. Republican Candidate for Judge of the Superior Court bench. He has the support of all classes. Elect William B. Dever Judge of the Superior Court He will prove an honest, painstaking and fearless Judge. Charles 8. CutUng has faithfully served the people of Cook County as Probate Judge and his reelection is conceded on all sides. Popular County Clerk Joseph F. Haas will win in a canter for re-election. John.R. Caverly will receive a record breaking vote for Municipal Judge. He Is deservedly popular with all classes. Edward J. Brundage is a sure win ner for Superior court Judge. He will not only receive the solid Republican vote, but thousands, of Democratlo votes as well. Frank A. Vogler can be depended upon to make one of the best Sheriffs Cook county has ever had. Georgo K. Schmidt has served the people well as a member of the Coun ty Board and is entitled to a re-election. John M. O'Connor is making a splendid campaign for State Senator on the Democratlo ticket in the Twenty-ninth District, and be deserves to win. , Albert C. Clark will be re-elected to the State Senate in the Thirteenth District, as he deserves to be. He Is one of te best men in the State Sen ate. Thomas Taylor, Jr., Is a winner for Superior Court Judge. His good rec ord as a .lawyer and Master in Chan PhoM Main 4498 QERAQHTY 6t CO. Badges ana Buttons, Muslin and Oilcloth Signs 61 Lm Smile Street, ? THI FACTORY It THI FLAOI TO BUY furs at Reasonable Prices Fur Coats, Neckwear, and Muffs HI UMIMSt Ul IBHKUII M Ul IUHUI GE0.VV PAULLIN STEWAIT UlLlim, I. W. COMEI STATE All WASIIIITM tTUETS FOURTH FLMI. 8ATALNUE HAILEI FIEE. cery has grained for him a widespread popularity and his vote on Nov. I will be a big one. All indications point to the re-election of Oscar Hebel as County Asses sor by a big plurality. He has nude a good record and the people knew It Edward Osgood Brows will elected Circuit Court Judgo by a i nlflcent plurality. Everybody la with him. John O. Hruby, Jr., is entitle to a re-election to the Legislature la tke Fifteenth District He Is a gooevpak- Hc official. County Clerk Joseph F. Haas aas proven himself to be an aoaest, hard working and able public official, aad he Is deserving of a re-eleetlea. Charles A. McDonald wUl be elected Judge of the Superior Court by a big plurality. Joseph C. Blaha Is the right aaaa to elect to the Legislature in tho Nine teenth district. Charles 8. Cutting will be re-elected Judge of the Probate Court by a big plurality. He will receive the solid Republican vote along with thousands of Democratlo votes. His honest clean and able record is well known to tho people all over the county. Richard E. Burke deserves vote for Superior Court Judge. your Edward Osgood Brown made oae of the best Judges ever on tho Circuit Court bench and his election again to that court next November will be a worthy one. O'Connell will make a good County Treasurer. Chicago, 111. if 4 u l 4 r 1 ' t'