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' -r?.K ?? - V 'j K'' .". - I THE CHICAGO EAGLE ftp Cljuago (Eagle "Mfw ' -P -t l TORY SATURDAY M i i i. Namamapar, famrlaaa ftATffj fMSPMYlU CMICAO EAOLB 04 T8UTSWM BMLOtN. rrnvmrmmnm maim iiii. I CwinrWMd M. art n A. - "- - F. DONOVAN, Editor as Pakttktr sJIBH CtoM MMtrr U. cteter i, iSSo. By Henry P. Deaevan. B6ff9 HimfAbfVVVJ bbtAVVIB MM MM InfluesMal, V Wkn9 BTBJ"i bpwPb"" M OHHaai. riMlMw seat aveiy mam af n Mm eemmunrty and aH mm we an meMare af puMIe aetata er aSiaekMe af puMla affair. N la Mm twite, menler and Mend af aiaaaHf BaAtMsLsf iaSBiaaB flat auay BiBlaUBBj Barajary aaanjBlVtSBaBi paaaajBT' Bf aaraary ajnajajv fWWPBae H la read ay avarfimani, mm, aMMlr ana Olty Ofrtetale. H la rant kr a klg aareentaf a af Mm leaal fraternity, kwludlnf keneh ana H la M faverite af Chleaaye lead laa all aUaiaa In Mialr hemee. la rant ky Mia Fire Daeartment. kj read ky Mia Pellee Mapartwunt. la ta every aaklla effloe ana avary BBjfftfy w net eentretlea' ky any eheaa ar erselied advertising aianty. kka twenkyene yaara af Iks antst H ku managed k kulia up a etreniatlen ana great kualnaaa at Mia aid af erefeealenal adver Tket la why It la aa Indeaane'ent, aa at ana aa atreng. Tka astfeaae Eagle la ana Mr Miat Ma avar tenanted usen sdvertlalng far a elreulatlen. II hat ana af A better roan could not bo placed on the Circuit Court bench than Thomas Taylor, Jr, ; John J. Coburn's candidacy for Su perior Court Judge Is arousing enthu siasm all over the county. His elec tion by a big plurality looks certain. Judge John R. Caverly Is one of the most painstaking men on the bench. Chicago needs moro like blm in tho Municipal Court. Daniel L. Crulce has worked con scientiously and honestly in behalf of the cause of the laboring man and his candidacy for Superior Court Judge deserves the support of everyone who believes in an honest and fearless Ju diciary. Give Daniel L, Crulco your voto for Superior Court Judge and you won't regret it. Judge Joseph H. Fitch has made a flne record on the Superior Court bench, and every good citizen should voto for his re-election. Ono of the best qualified men named for Superior Court Judgo is Ross C. Hall, Democratic nominee. His long and honorable record as a lawyer well fits him for a seat on the bench. Otto Tosettl, vico president of tho well-known Ernst Tosettl Brewing Company, rightly deserves tho wide spread popularity he enjoys In the business and social world of Chicago. Doth as a Judge and a citizen Judge Edward Osgood Brown Is respected by all. William Ritchie can at all times point to his splendid record as a law yer and a citizen with pride. It has won for him a richly deserved popu larity throughout Cook County. Judgo Marcus Kavanagh will have lltle troublo In being re-elected. His honest and brilliant record Is known to all and tho voto ho will recolvo will be a big one. Tho taxpayers have In President Thomas A. Smyth of tho Sanitary Board an honest and faithful public official who Is not afraid to do his duty. United States Marshal Luman T. Hoy was sworn In to succeed bimjelf by Judge George A. 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Crulce's election as Judge of the Superior Court Is desired by everybody that wants to see able, broadmlnded and fearless men placed on the bench. Ho will make a great Judge. James S. Hopkins, tho popular Mastcr-ln-Chancery, has earned by his elenn and able record a high placo In tho estimation of tho people. Tho people of Cook County never had nn abler, fairer or moro con scientious man on tho bench than Judgo Kickhnm Scanlan. Judgo Charles A. Williams is mak ing the lino record in tho Munlclpnl Court that every ono of his big army of friends knew he would make. He Is an nblo, fair-minded and painstak ing Judge. Thomas Tnylor, Jr., would servo the people well on tho Circuit Court bench. Albert G. Wheeler commands at all times the confidence and highest es teem of Chicago's leading business men and financiers. William Schumacher, the popular Western manager for Rudolph Ocl fi ner, stands In the front ranks of Chi cago's leading business men. The Judicial campaign Is now on in earnest. Henry J. Kolzo, tho popular former County Commissioner, Is much talked of for Sanitary Trustoo by Republican leaders. A better man could not bo nominated. Thomas Taylor, Jr., Republican nominee for Judgo of the Circuit Court, has beon for nineteen years master In chancery of the Circuit Court of Cook County, and is a man of well-known legal ability. After at tending public school he entored Knox College at Galosburg, worked his way through, and was graduated In 1881. Ho was nctlvo In college affairs and was prosldout of tho Gnothauttl Liter ary Society. In 1882 Mr. Taylor en tered the Harvard University law school, from which ho was graduated with honor In 1885, receiving tho do greo of LL. B. Shortly afterward ho was admitted to tho Suffolk County (Mass.) bar and for n year practiced low In Boston In tho offices of Bur dotto & Gooch. In 1887 Mr. Taylor camo to Chicago, nnd elnco that time has been actlvoly engaged In law prac tice Mr. Taylor Is a member of tho Chicago, University, Law, City, Ham ilton nnd Marquotto clubs. He Is on tho executivo commltteo of tho Illi nois Humane Society, is vice presldont of tho Onwentsla Club and is a mem ber of tho Chicago, Illinois and Amer ican Bar associations. In 190C ho was appointed by Governor Doneon a dole gato to tho congress on uniform law, Mr. Taylor Is married and has threo children. His homo is In Hubbards Woods, WInnctka. Col. James Hamilton Lewis will bo tho next Democratic nominee for United States Senator. Judgo Marcus Kavanagh has en dedred himself to tho pioplo by his able, honest and fearless record on tho bench. Everybody Is with him for re-election. Judgo John R. Caverly continues to add dally to his big army of friends by his flno record on tho Municipal Court bench. John P. McGoorty's candidacy for Judge of the Circuit Court Is being pushed by an army of enthusiastic friends and ndmlrors of that popular lawyer nnd Domocrat, whoso public record Is so well known to tho peoplo of Chicago and Illinois. Albert J. Hopkins for Vico Presi dent In 1912 is a popular slogan among Republicans throughout Illinois. John J, Coburn can well feel proud of tho splendid victory won for the widows of the firemen who lost their lives in the stockyards Are. Mr, Co TUTHILL, Circuit Judga. burn' plead the cause of the' widows before Judge Cooper and the latter In a masterful opinion decided in their favor. President Thomas A. Smyth of tho Sanitary Board Is working hard at all times for tho best Interests of tho taxpayers. Ross C. Hall will mako a good Su perior Court Judgo. His nomination was a popular ono. A good, honest, falrmlndod Judgo llko Joseph H. Fitch should bo kept on the bench. Vote for him. Albert G. Wheeler stands foremost among Chicago's successful financiers and business mon. Everybody is with Judgo Marcus Kavanagh for re-election. Edward F. Dunno for governor will prove a winner. All good citizens are uniting on Judgo Marcus Kavanagh's candidacy for re-election, and a victory for him on November 7 la certain. William Rltchlo has earned by his long and clean, record (is a lawyer and a citizen the highest esteem of the citizens of Chicago. Judge Edward Osgood Brown de serves tho high place he holds In the estimation of the people of Cook County. His brilliant record has earned It for him. Ono of tho most successful of Chi cago's breweries Js tho Tosettl Brew ing Company. Its beer is popular everywhere. Fred W. Blockl, tho popular Demo cratic leader and formor City Treas urer, is being urged by his friends to como out for Congress In tho Sixth District. Mr. Block! would have little troublo In winning either tho nomina tion or tho election and ho would prove a worthy representative of the peoplo at Washington. An abler, moro honest or moro fear less man never sat on tho bench In Cook County that Judgo Marcus Kav anagh. His ro-clcctlon Is certain. Judgo Joseph H. Fitch will prove an easy winner fo.- rc-clcctron. Ho is ono of tho best men on tho bench and his good record is known to ev erybody. Tho city department of electricity can bo relied upon to back up the tele phono monopoly. If you don't believe It ask tho Western Electrical Com pany. William Rltchlo stands foremost among Chicago's ablest and most suc cessful lawyers. Paving North SIdo alleys with brick, whothor they need It or not, is get ting to bo tho regular thing these days. Who gets tho graft? if tho daily newspapers did not pub lish dope sheets thero would be less gambling In Chicago. It looks funny to see a dally paper denouncing book making on ono page and publishing odds on nnotber. John J. Coburn is the choice of all classes of people for Judge of the Superior Court. His plurality next November will be a big one. Albort G. Wheeler Is, doservedly so, ono of Chicago's ablest and leading financiers and business men. Some of tho progressives are Jn for a flno beating. A bigger fight Is coming off at the next Rtato primary of both big parties than many peoplo expect. Somo of the Judicial candidates would mako good dog catchers pos sibly. But as lawyers they have been failures and as Judges they would be out of place. The election cannot be a tie and it cannot be unanimous. 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Following is the political calendar for 1911 and 1912: November 7, 1911 Judicial elec tion. January 27, 1912 First day for fil ing aldermanlc petition. February 10, 1912 First day for filing petition for nominations for of fices to be voted at April primaries. February 12, 1912 Last day for filing nominations for alderman. February 27, 1912 Primary for al dermanlc nomlnt lions. March 7, 1912 Last day for filing call for congressional and state con ventions. March 11, 1912 Last day for filing petitions for April primary (Munici pal Judge excepted). March 25, 1912 Last day for filing Municipal Judgo petitions. April 2, 1912 -tldermanlc election. April 9, 1912 Primary for offices to be filled at fall election. April 15, 1912 County convention. April 17, 1912--Congressional con vention. April 19, 1912 State conventions. November 5, 1912 General elec tion. Following are the offices to be filled In 1911 nnd 1912: November 7, 1911 Ten Superior court Judges, on Circuit court Judge. April 2, 'iWt One alderman from each ward. November 5, 1912 President and vice-president of the United States, twenty-seven) presidential electors, governor, secretary of state, attorney general, lieutenant governor, state treasurer, auditor, threo university trustees, members of congress, mem ber of the legislature, one state sen ator from even numbered senatorial district, state's attorney, president of tho county board, and fifteen mem bers of board, recorder of deeds, cir cuit court clerk, superior court clerk, coroner, momber of board of review, two members of county board of as sessors, nlno Judges of tho municipal court, threo sanitary trustees. Tho people demand ono cent tele phones. All factions of Democrats aro with Col. James Hamilton Lowls for United States senator. Permanent bridges over the river would do wonders for Chicago. How many aldermen arc "fixed" on this telephone robbery? Ross C. Hall, Democratic candidate for Judgo of tho Superior court, was born in Rushvlllo, 111., October 29, 1866. Ho was educated In the public and high schools of Macomb, 111., and Georgetown college, Washington, D. C. Mr. Hall was admitted to tho bar In 1888 nnd 'has practiced in Chicago slnco 1S93. His offices aro In tho Ash land block and his practice has boon a success from tho start. Ho was a momber of the 40th general assembly of Illinois, 1897-8, whero ho rondo a splendid record, and was nominated by tho Democrats in 190C for sanitary trustee, no resides In Oak Park. Mr. Hall has been a life long Democrat and hn3 a host of friends and admir ers all over Chicago and throughout Cook county. Ho is well qualified for a scat on tho bench. Judgo Joseph H, Fitch has mado a magnificent record on the bench and ho will bo re-elected by a largo plural ity. Dnnlol L. Crulco Is a winner for Suporlor court Judgo and don't you forget It. Judge John R. Caverly Is one of the ablest, hardest working and best liked mon on tho Munlclpnl Court bench. Dunno for Governor Is the Dem ocratic battle cry. John J, Coburn Is a sure winner for Superior Court Judge. Judgo John R, Caverly's good record on tho Municipal bench Is In keeping with his record as city Attorney and as a magistrate. Judge Edward Osgood Brown has earned, by his long and honorable H. PITCH Who Desen elected. service, tho confidence and highest esteem of all Chlcagoans. Col. James Hamilton Lewis Is the real choice of the Democrats for United States Senator from Illinois. Daniel L. Crulce Is fitted In every way for a seat on the Superior Court bench. His election by a big plurality Is predicted on all sides. President Thomas A. Smyth, of the Sanitary Board, has plenty of back bone. He also has a good reputation as a business man, an official and a citizen. Albert J. Hopkins' clean, able and fearless record in tho United States Senate and In Congress Is well known to tho peoplo of Illinois. They are with him now Just as they were with him when they endorsed him by such a rousing plurality at the primary In 1909. Thero is a good deal of laughter ovor some of the Judicial candidates. Why aro tho elevated platforms lit tered up with weighing machines and gum machines that are Invariably out of order? Daniel L. Crulce's candidacy for Superior Court Judgo Is growing stronger every day and all indica tions point to his election by a big plurality. He will mako a great Judge. And now for tho election All you've got to do Is to pick out a good man for Judge and voto for him. You can voto for ten Superior Court judges and one Circuit Court Judge. I j, u James S. Hopkins has earned by his able and clean record as a lawyer the highest esteem of both bench and bar In Cook County. John J. Coburn is dally gaining In strength In his campaign for Super ior Court Judge. His election Is con coded, on all sldos. MathlaB Aller, the popular brower and Twonty-slxth Ward Domocrat, would provo a strong candidate before the people next year. STATE POLITICS. (Continued from page 3.) land av Dem. H. J. Baulor, 1607 Cleve land av Dem. William F. Shaw, 1044 Gcorgo st Pro. Leo J, Jeanmeme, 233 Hur on at Pro. Fred H. Krahl, 11 W. Erie st Soc. 10 Goorgo W. Paullln, Evans ton Rep. T. J. Kolsoy, 3814 N. MarBh field av Rep. John B. iForgers, 1649 Sher idan rd Rep. C. A. Williams, 3516 Janssen av Dem. W. H. Ehomann, 3042 South port av Dem. John Haderloln, 1901 Wel lington st Dem. Charles R, Jones, Evans ton.. Pro. G. R. Shirloy Pro. RlchnrdOgo, 294G N. Robey st Soc. 11 Joseph Rlohomann, Elgin... Rep. Joseph H, Pattorson, Maren go Rep, John A. Logan, Elgin Dem. Alonzo E. Wilson, Wlienton..Pro. uuy Underwood, Aurora Soc. 12 Charles E. Hook, Ottawa.... Rep. James G. Doylo, LaSallo...Dem. Fred Loroy (vico Doyle) Streator .Dem. Frank K. Hook, Grand Rldgo pro, 13 James R, Crowley, Freoport. .Rep. Delos W. Baxter, Rochello. .Rep. W. Scott Cowen, Shannon.. Rep. William Hogan, Lanark.... Dem. F. D. Lahroan, Franklin Orove pro. Leroy Lattlg, Freeport Soo. 14 W. A. Rcsenfleld, Rock Island Rep. John W. Williams, Carthage ...,.,..,..., 'Dan Louis F. Qumbart, Maeob,,Prp! DANIEL L. Whose Nomination for Judge Joseph T. Krone, Mollne....8oc. 15 i-erry C. EUIj, Qulncy Rep. C. H. Williamson, Qulncy ..Rep. H. N. Wheeler, Qulncy Dem. A. D. Metcalf, Oneida Pro. James W. Counery, Kewanee Soc. 16 Garrett DeF. Kinney, Peoria, Rep. Joseph A. Well, Peoria.... Dem. L. J. Kendall, Lo Motile ....Pro. Fred Herbert, Ladd Soc. 17 Frank L. Smith, Dwlght. . . .Rep. William R. Bach, Blooming ton Rep. Martin A. Brennan, Bloom lngton Dem. Marion Gallup, Pontlao ....Pro. F. L. Gaston, Normal Pro. v.v H-'' ?.-vV ROSS C Popular Lawyer, Nominated by the 18 Charles P. Hitch, Paris Rep. Harry Moss, Paris Dem. George W. Woolsey, Dan ville Pro. James M. Tato, Dudloy Rep. William V. Welsh, Paris ...Dem. Charles Siovers, Kankukee..Soc. 19 Charles G. Eckhart, Tub- cola Rep. Isaac B. Srulg, Mnttoon ....Dem. Anna Sloan, Walker, De catur Pro. T. B. Shoaff, ShelbyvllIe....Dem. Albert M. Caldwell, Cham- palgn Pro. 20 John R, Robertson, Jackson ville Rep. B. B. Nicholson, Beardstown HENRY J. Papular Business Man and ;&m&. x ' tfirVACfcra Jbbk . BBBW WSBJa-, ISBBBBBBQt.'; '., . ,,rBBw "tL i.' IL.WU V r aBBBBBBBBBTBBBBUBh BBBBK '' ,.J!r: Bv bbbbbW?)' 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Rep. ",, -.aBBBBBBSBlaBBBh.. HALL. Democrats for Superior Court Judge. Eldon Grant Burrltt, Green- vlllo Pro. Dan L. Thomas, 0'Fallon....8oo. 23 Louis L. Emmorson, ML Vernon Rep. Reno Havlll, Mount Carmel, Dem. John H, Shup, Nowton Pro. 24 W. S. PhlillpB, Rldgway....Rep. Arthur W. Charles, CarmL.Dem. C. W. Gallonlr, Eldorado..,. Pro. W. A. Morgan, Bone Gap ..Pro. Swell W. Rork, Ledford....Soc. 25 James A. White, Murphys- boro Rep. William S. Cantwoll, Ben ton Dem. Groco Lawrenco, Merrln ....Soo. Harry A. Du Dots, Cobden ..Pro. KOLZi, Former Oeunty Commissioner, ' 1 V -.!' L!f . uw? a A. wi.: . t. . . w.,.t. -yj ., .. j'L.'ifv T1 'r "f ;''wl ,nvn,iB.iA . f 'i 'to iMtial