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Donovan. The Chicago Cagle numboro among lla subscribers the moat Influential, meat prosperous and meat respected men in Chicago. It reachea nearly every man ef eundlng m the community and all men who are moldtra ef public opinion or dlreotore of public affaire. It la the guide, mentor and friend ef every political Isadsr of every shade of opinion. It la read by Government, State, County and City Officiate. It la read by a big ptrcentage of the legal fraternity, Including bench and bar. It la the favorite of Chleago'a lsad Ing butlneee men. It reaches all elaeeee In their homes. It le read by the Fire Department. It le read by the Police Department. It le In every public office and wry public library. It la net controlled by any cheap, cheeky or crooked advertising agency. In the twentyono yeara of IU exlet anee It hae managed to build up a large circulation and groat bualneee without the aid of professions! advar tlemg eharka. That la why It la ae Independent, ee popular and so etrong. The Chicago Bagle le one paper that hae never depended upon advertising agents for a circulation. It haa one of Ita own. EDITORIAL COMMENT. The Barnacles Union, solid for Har rison, Is making IU last howl for those good old sort Jobs. Once In office always Tn office is tho cry of tho Barnacles Union, solid for Harrison. Tho Harrison Barnacles, now work ing their hungry mouths overtime yelling for tho chronic candidate, will be handed a final quietus on February 28 by the progressive Dera ocrats of Chicago. Tho salaries of tho police and fire men were lower under Harrison than any other mayor and no effort was mado to ralso them. Henry Stuckart is a City Treasurer. winner for Carl V. Forsburg's candidacy for tho Democratic nomination for alder man in the Twonty-Bccond ward Is growing stronger every day. Ho Is well known and well liked through out tho ward and will mako a splendid Alderman. All classes of Democrats aro unit ing on Francis D. Connory's candi dacy for re-election as City Clerk. Should the park boards support the city's small playgrounds? While tho city will expend $132,195 for the support of small parks this year, It will do so under protest and with tho vigorous statement that it is boing forced to assume tho duties of tho park boards. This attitude of discontent was ex pressed In as strong terms ns alder men could employ at Tuesday night's session of tho council finance com mittee. After considerable argument and many statements not altogether complimentary to tho park boards it was agreed that a communication should bo addressed to tho boards by Mayor Busso asking them to assume tho support of tho parks In their various territories. Alderman Snow opposed tho appro priation as soon as it was mentioned on the ground that tho public now is being taxed millions of dollars for parks, tho money being used by tho hoards that refuse to support thoso parks. Ho said that tho support of these parka should bo shifted at onco to tho park boards. But to this both CHARLES J. Universally Reipected for Aldermen Foreman and Bellfuss ob jected on tlio ground that the parka would suffer. Adam M. Schlllo, tho popular North Avenue business man, would mako an Ideal Democratic candldato for city treasurer. A llfo long resident of tho city, ho numbers his friends by tho thousand. John F. SmulskPs grand record ns a public official, a business man and a citizen has gained for him tho con fidenc'o of all Chlcagoans. Judge Edward O. Brown desoivos tho widespread popularity ho enjoys in Cook county. He Is an honest, nblo and conscientious judge. The rivers and harbors committeo of tho Chicago Association of Com merco met In tho Union League Club yestorday and organized for 1911. Charles L. Derlng was elected chair man and Goorgo A. Tripp vice-chairman. The other members of the com mittee aro: Robert R. McCormlck, J. J. Armstrong, James Bradley, H. B. Ford, M. H. Kelly, George E. Marcy, Charles A. Marsh and Arthur C. Sul livan. Tho commlttoe will moot Mon day next to take' up harbor and river work. Albert G. Wheeler stands foremost among Chicago's leading financiers and business men. Homer E. Tlnsman la entitled to a judicial nomination by tho Republi cans this year. Ho has a splendid record to his credit as a lawyer and a public official and would servo the people well on the bonch. Judgo John R. Cavcrly Is making the good record on tho municipal bonch that every one of his big army ot frlonds expected ho would mako. Tho public schools of Chicago soon will bo nblo to accommodate more than 15,000 additional pupils. New schools and additions to be opened during tho next few months will do a great deal toward relieving conditions in tho congested districts and will lea- son tho crowding in somo of the schools. A report showing tho now schools and additions to ho opened in the near futuro was mado by Secretary Lewis E. Larson of tho board of edu cation. Tito now buildings include all thoso begun during tho yenr 1910, tho cost of which totals 12,000,133. Tho total capacity of tho now quarters to bo opened in different parts of the city will bo 290 rooms, with seats for 15, 100 pupils, Tho cost of tho now struc tures Is estimated at $137.94 for each pupil to bo accommodated. Tho now schools nro built under tho modern plans of tho hoard, thor oughly fireproof and of an nvcrngo ca pacity of twenty-four rooms to sent 1,200 pupils. .Tuilgo Joseph Z. Ulillr Is ono of tho nblogt, hardcBt-worklng and most conscientious men on tho Municipal Court bench. Clydo A. Morrison has inndo a fine record as Assistant City Attorney and his many friends aro booming him for n seat on tho bonch this yenr. Tho Old Tlmo l'rintors' Association celebrated Its twenty-sixth annual re union and tho two hundred and fifth anniversary of tho birthday of Benja min Franklin with n banquot and ball nt tho now Hotel Sherman Tues day evening. Tho ovont was a gather ing of tho clans of prlnterdom, for the number seated nt tho bnnquot tables was tho largest In tho history of tho organization. Mlchnol Kearns, president of tho association, who has followed tho printing business in Chicago sinco it was n town with 10,000 population, presided nt tho banquet, Among tho votorans at tho speak ers' tablo wero Michael H, Madden, P. J. Cahlll, James L. Itegnn, Fred K. Tracy, Peter B. Olson and William Mill. Cyrus Langloy, ono of tho charter members of Typographical Union No, VOPICKA, Hla Integrity and Honeaty. 16, organized In 1852, who now Is In his elghty-soventh year, was among the veterans at tho banquet, looking as spry as a man of fifty. Julius F. Bmletanka, the popular lawyer and membor of the school board, would provo a strong judicial candidate on tho Democratlo ticket this year. Thomas W. Oilmore Is the strongest man tho Republicans can name for alderman In tho Twenty-fifth ward. John O. Hruby, Jr., member of tho Legislature from 'tho Fifteenth dis trict, is ono ot tho boat representa tives tho people havo down at Spring field. Tho Harrison crowd Is finding it a tough proposition to find a man who cares to run against popular Henry Stuckart for City Treasurer. Tho school board finance commit teo Is working on its annual budgot, which is expocted to be ready for adoption by the board next week. In spite of a large increase in expenses, It was reported yesterday that the board will havo but $150,000 more to work with this year than last year. The budgot la expected to apportion about fl3,000,000. Mrs. Young, Su perintendent of Schools, said that aho bad "found" all the money needed for her department except about 17,000. Albert O. Wheeler has gained by his splendid record as a financier and business man the confidence and ad miration ot Chleago'a commercial world. Benjamin F. Rlcholaon, the well known attorney, deserves to be nomi nated and elected to the Superior Court bonch this year. John F. Smulskl haa gained by hla plendld record as a banker, a public official and a citizen the admiration of all Chlcagoans. He would make a great mayor. Judge Edward O. Brown has earned by honest and brilliant record on the bench tho confidence and highest es teem ot tho citizens of Chicago. Republican leadera In the Twenty fifth Ward will name a winner for alderman if they nominate Thomas W. Qllmore. Frank D. Connery has made ono ot tho best City Clerks Chicago has ever had. Ho will bo renominated and re-elected by splendid pluralities. Alderman Arthur W. Fulton is as sured ot ronomlnation by tho Repub lican of tho Thirteenth Ward. Albert G. Wheeler Is a man whom Chicago Is proud to claim at all times ns ono of her ablest financiers and leading citizens. Alderman Matt A. Mueller's good record In tho City Council has mado him popular in all parts of tho Twenty-ninth Ward. His renomlna tlon by tho Republicans is assured. Henry Stuckart, candidacy for City Treasurer on tho Democratic ticket, is a winning ono. All classes aro united on Stuckart. Joseph Kendy, the well known horseshoer and West Sldo Domocrat, is being brought out by bis many friends for tho Domocratlo nomina tion for alderman In tho Seventeenth Ward. Tho Democrats couldn't name a stronger man. Good traction sorvlce Is what the pcoplo want more than anything. Tho Democratic voters nro getting ready to clean out tho barnacles and political dead ones for onco and for all. Remoniber tho Charter Convention of which Mr. Harrison was an non- I Leading Stock Broker Who It Doing Good Work for Graham In the Twenty CHARLES . PAVLICEK. fifth Ward. Bohemian-American Leader Often Mentioned for Congrete. ored member. And remember the people did to its work. what Some of the Harrison supporters are a "touching" spectacle. Henry Stuckart will make a splen did City Treasurer. Charles S. Thornton, the well known attorney who made one of tho best corporation counsels Chicago ever had, would mako a splendid Su perior Court Judge. Alderman Francis W. Taylor is de servedly popular with the Republicans of the Twenty-first Ward and hla re nomination Is certain. Edwin A. Olson, tho able and highly respected attorney Is strongly urged for nomination by tho Republicans for Superior Court Judgo this year. Up to date, 1,986 places In the Sheriff's office bare been promised to Harrison men. Thla means that 1,800 howlers 'for Harrison are doomed to disappointment, as 186 jobs Is all there are to go around. The local option fanatics are again abroad with their petitions. Government by so-called millionaire clubs must ceaso In Chicago It we are to have government by the people. Thomas W. Qllmore, the popular coal merchant, la tho right man for tho Republicans of tho Twenty-fifth Ward to nominate for alderman this year. Judgo Edward O. Brown baa gained by hla able and honest record on the bench the admiration and highest re spect of the people of Chicago. John J. Gornghty, tho well known button and badge manufacturer, stands In the front ranks of Chicago's leading business men and citizens. Lengthen those loop platforms and relieve the congestion during the rush hours. The many friends of former City Clork John R. McCabe are urging him to announce hla candidacy for the Republican nomination for that office this spring. ' Edward Muelhoefer, the popular Twenty-second Ward Republican, Is strongly talked of for alderman In that ward this spring. Mr. Muelhoefer sorved In tho city council betoro and mado a good record. John C. King, the prominent attor ney and citizen, would grace a scat on tho Superior Court bench. Tho Barnacle's Union and tho Knock ers' Union aro strong for Harrison. Albert G. Wheeler deserves tho high placo ho holds ns ono ot Chi cago's ablest and foremost financiers and business men. Frances D. Connery has mado a splondld record during his first term as city clerk, and a ronomlnation for him by tho Domocrats is assured. Irwin R. Hazon, tho well known at torney, Is tho leading Republican can didate in the field for alderman In the Thirty-fifth Ward. Robert S, lies would mako a fine judgo of tho Superior Court. "No jobs for now men" is the Har rison battle cry. "Tho old guard for tholr old places" is the slogan they are fighting under. Aldermanlc candidates aro com mencing to crop up in all the wards In the event of Mr. Harrison's elec tion, It is sold that Sberlocko tho Monk will be chief of police and Groucho the Monk comptroller. Tight Waddo himself will exerclae a super visory Interest, of course. No political leader In Chicago stands higher In the estimation of the Democratic rank and file than doos former Alderman John J. Bradley. Carl E. Foraburg, the popular North Side teaming and express man la dally gaining strength In hla candidacy for tho Democratic nomination for alder man in the Twenty-second Ward. Look up your alderman's record. See If ho dosorves a re-election next spring. Ask for the beer In the green bottle. Altcs Lager. It haa no peer. The First ward balls and the Iro quois fire are two of the most brilliant memories of Harrison's former ad ministrations. John F. Smulskl, the well known banker and former State Treasurer, would mako a splendid mayor ot Chi cago. Albert O. Wheeler commands at all times the confidence and highest es teem of Chicago's leading financiers and business men. One of the best public officials In the state ot Illinois today Is Sanitary Trustee Georgo W. Paullln. Judge Adams A. Goodrich .stands foromost among Chicago's leading lawyers and public spirited citizens. Daniel L. Crulce, the well known attorney Is being boomed by his big army of friends for a Judicial nomi nation thla year. Henry Stuckart'a candidacy for City Treasurer on the Democratic ticket is growing stronger every day. Mr. Stuckart Is well known to the voters of Chicago and his nomination will strengthen the whole ticket. Alderman Matthias A. Mueller, of the Twenty-ninth ward, has made a good clean record In the city coun cil and hla re-nomination by the Re publicans ot the ward la asaured. Carl E. Foraburg Is making a strong campaign for the Democratlo nomina tion for alderman In the Twenty-second Ward. Mr. Forsburg 13 a success ful business man, has always been a staunch organization man and enjoya a well earned popularity all over the ward. Thomas W. Gllmoro is tho choice ot lending Republicans in all parts of tho Twenty-fifth Ward for Alderman. Alderman Dunn has refused to run for renomlnatlon and Mr. Gllmoro is his logical successor. A victory for Qllmore at tho primaries is certain, Under tho new primary law peti tions of candidates for mayor and al dermen at next spring's election may be filed on Jan. 28 next and not later than Feb, 13, Primaries will bo held on Feb, 28 and tho eloction will take place on April 4. Henry Stuckart Is the right kind ot a man to serve the people as city treasurer and hla nomination by tho Democrats will be' a popular one. James V. O'Donnoll, the popular Master-ln-Chancery, would mako an excellent Superior Court Judge. Donald L. Morrill is being talked ot by his many friends for Superior Court Judge this year. John P. McQoorty deserves to bo nominated and elected to fill the Mack vacancy on the Circuit, Court bench. Mr. Harrison has numbers of good men wub him; men who do not play tho races for a living and who are honored In professional and business life. It would Indeed be a touching spectacle If a man who bad been Mayor for four terms did not have many such men on his staff. Carl B. Forsburg la making a win ning campaign for tho Democratic nomination for Alderman in tho Twenty-second Ward. He haa tho hearty support of hundreds ot young men behind him and is also backed by some of tho best known leadera of tho party. Ho is a successful bus!- bbbbbbbbbb4R!bbbbbbH IBBBBBBBbP-"'S HBmTBBBBBsH fjBBJBJBBJBJBBJBJBBJBJBJBJS; ;. , VjBJBBJBJUlSJBBJBBJBJBBJBJBBJBBJ BBYaYBBTdBTaYaraYBBYBTaYBWBB li'BBBYaYBalBYBBYaYBBYaYBBYaYal BBTjjTjBBTjjTjBaHBBBTjjTjBBTjjBBTJHPABTjjTjjT BVjBBVJavJJk-EK. Jr j. 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I-lByyBfaTaTBBfaTBBVaTflBBffBafaffBBsVaTBBl n.il.HPiiHflHBilH BaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTK'a n'&iBBVaTBBTaWBBfaTafaTeffaffBfBBfaTBal BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBV)i?H3? dhbhhbbBBBBB bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbcxfbbIbsbb HHHHHHHHHHHHHHBf ' 'enSvBHHBftHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHI BBvBBvBBvBBvBBvBbW' 9BBBJ BBvBBvBBvBBvBBvBBvBBvBBvBBvBBBABBB. BBBBBBBBBBp.4BBBBBBB BBBBBBBaK''iBBBBBBBBBBBBHflSSBH WILLIAM P. QUINLAN. Democratlo Leader Twenty-fifth Ward. talked of by his many friends for City Treasurer on the Republican ticket. John J. Coburn will be nominated: and elected Judgo ot tho Superior t Court next fall, as ho deserves to I be. Over 22,000 Democrats were candf jtatea for appointment to positions la county offices this fall. Only 60 got places, leaving 21,940 disappointed. In view of the fact that all of the jobs tn the City Hall have been promised: to 'former Harrison officeholders In tho eyent ot Mr. Harrison's re-election, .the young men and new blood of the party have a blue outlook. The First ward Is for Harrison. Ho waa tho only mayor that Chicago ever had who stood for the First ward ball' with trimmings and variations. To ensuro the existence of the First ward, ball as a permanent city institution Harrison must be mayor. m ,w A " n x J f ., . wvg imeAiikfdiS 'St ft C MH V M' t6 1 - .