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6 - , 1 ' V. J ! 1. 1 1 .i . Ml. -t'-jr - '5 V-W '. W5n.& THE! CHICAGO EAOLE, li! lit! i i PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY An Independent tiewapapcr, Fearless and Truthful. SUBSCRIPTION KATES $2.00 PER YEAR ACDKESS ALU COMMUNICATIONS TO CHICAQO EAOLE 504 TUUTOMC UUILOI.SO. Tcltphonesl Main J9I3 Aulo. JIM J. Soutbrt Corntr Waihlngton Sit anil 5th Ate. HENRY P. DONOVAN, Editor sad Publisher Entered at Second Cla Matter OctoVcr It, I8W. at the l'cst Office at Chicago. Illinois, under Act o( March 3, 1STV. ESTABLISHED OCTOBER 5, 1889. By Hnry F. Donovan. The Chicago Eagle numbers among its subscribers tho most Influential, most prosperous and most respected men In Chicago. It reaches nearly every man of standing In tho community and all men who are moldors of public opin ion or directors of public affairs. It is the guide, mentor and friend of every political leader of every shade of opinion. It is read by Government, State, County and City Officials. It Is read by a big percentage of tho local fraternity, including bench and bar. ' It Is tho favorlto of Chicago's lead ing business men. It reaches all classes In their homes. It is read by the Flro Department It Is read by the Police Department. It Is in every public offlco and every public library. It Is a paper that Is read by people of standing and influence. Don't forget to voto at the Alder manic primaries next Tuesday. Harry H. Lamport will be nominat ed by the Democrats of tho Twenty third Ward by a big plurality. Voters In all parts of tho ward are rallying to his support and victory for htm In next Tuesday looks cortaln. Alderman Charles Twlgg will bo re nominated and re-elected by the voters of tho Twenty-eighth Ward. His splendid record Is well known to tho people. Albert H. Putney should be nom inated for Municipal Judge by tho Democrats. Ho Is the right man for the offlco and bis nomination will prove a strong ono before tho people. Bernard F. Weber has made a won derful campaign for tho Democratic nomination for Alderman In tho Twenty-sixth Ward and everyone ot his friends are sangulno of the result. Mr. Weber Is ono ot the best known men in tho ward, Is a successful business man and wben in the city council be fore made ono ot tho best records ever made by an alderman. William D. Munhall's candidacy for Municipal Judgo is growing in strength every day. His long and hon orable record is well known and the Democrats will namo a winner when they nominate blm. James J. Townsend Is tho choice of tho Democrats ot tho Ninth District tor Stato Central Committeeman. His petition has been filed and that ho will win is a certainty. No man on the North SIdo Is better known or better liked than Mr. Townsend. Ho Is equally as well known to all Chlcn goans. Both as a business man and ns a citizen he can always be found in tho forofront of every movement thnt has for Its object the betterment of Chicago. His candidacy for State Cen tral Committeeman deserven tho voto ot C7cry Democrat in the Ninth Dis trict George Duddlcston is the choice ot tho Democrats for Aldermnn In tho new Eighteenth Ward. Harry II. Lamport Is the right man to nomlnato for Alderman in tho Twenty-third Ward and ho deserves tho voto of every Democrat In tho ward. The candidacy of JoEeph F. Con nery for tho Democratic nomination for County Recorder should easily prove a winning one. Mr. Connery's widespread popularity, coupled with his well-known fitness for tho office. Preliminary steps for tho transfer ot Dunning hospital for tho insane from Cook county control and super vision to state control and supervision wore taken when President Lawrence Y. Sherman of the stato board of ad ministration, accompanied by Frank hi SiPwi rUM V bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbW I), Whlpp, fiscal agent, nnd Thomas O'Connor, member of tho board, held a conference with l'cter Dartzcn, president of the county board. The ac tion la pursuant to tho net of tho 1111 nols general assembly last year, pro vldlttR for an appropriation for the Dunning hospital, provided tho Insti tution Is transferred to stato control. Tho first appropriation will be tnado July 1. Donald H. Rlchborg, who Is backed by the progressives, Is making a strong fight for tho Republican nom lnntlon for State's Attorney. The Progressive Republican slnto Is as follows: State's attorney, Donald It. Itlchbcrg, Sixth Ward; board of re view, Oliver Li. Watson, Twenty-seventh Ward; clerk Superior Court, C. L. Lnpmnnn, Thirty-fifth Ward; sani tary board, John F. Schmidt, Twenty eighth Ward; bailiff Municipal Court, Alexander Fyffo, Twenty-fifth Ward; clerk Municipal Court, Charles Htnger, Eighth Ward. In tho Nineteenth Senatorial Dis trict, Joseph C. Blaha Is making an aggressive campaign for renomlna tlon to tho Legislature and every In dication points to an easy victory for him. Ho is otio of the best men ever sent to Springfield. John J. Gernghty's candidacy for Congress in tho Eighth District Is gaining ground every day. Mr. Ger aghty is well known and well liked throughout tho district nnd is a hus tler from the word go. ' Albert J. Hopkins is the choice of Republicans in all parts of Illinois for tho nomination for Vice-President this year. In the Thirteenth Ward Alderman James R. Buckley has mado a thor ough campaign for renomlnatlon and next Tuesday night will soo him a winner by a handsome plurality. Georgo W. PaulTin's candidacy for Congress in tho Tenth District Is arousing enthusiasm all over the dis trict. Ono of the ablest, hardest working and most popular officials in Cook County is Judge John S. Owens. A. A. Worsloy, tho well known nnd highly respected attorney, deserves to bo nominated by tho Democrats for Municipal Judge. He Is a high class lawyer and will prove a winner before the people. A controversy as to whether the city or tho sanitary district should bear tho expense for the erection of a bridge at California avenue and the drainage canal arose Monday when Alderman Charles Martin and Anton J. Cermak appeared before the finance commltteo of tho drainage board and requested that the district make an appropriation of $75,000 to assist the city In building the bridge. Tho request was refused tempora rily on tho ground that tho district has no right to make such an appro priation. This was denied by the aldermen. Tho matter was deterred until a written opinion can be obtained from Corporation Counsel William H. Sex ton. Albert G. Wheeler stands nt all times in the front ranks of Chicago's ablest financiers and business men. Both as a judge and a citizen, John R. Caverly Is liked and respected by all who know blm. James S. Honklns. the 'able and highly esteemed attorney, would grace a Beat on ino oencn. Judgo Edward Osgood Brown has earned by his grand record on the bench the admiration of all Chlca goana. Alderman John Haderleln has made a splendid campaign for renomlnatlon In the Twenty-fourth Ward and every indication points to a sura victory tor him on next Tuesday. Secretary of War Stlmson will make a speech before, tho Taft Club In Chi cago on the night ot March 5. At a meeting ot the South Park Commissioners on Wednesday an amendment to tho rulo appointing an assistant superintendent ot tho South Park system was adopted. Tho amend ment nbollshos tho position ot assist ant superintendent and makes tho heads ot tho other six departments auswerablo to tho commissioners for any errors mado in their departments. Aldorman Henry D. Capltaln will havo llttlo troublo winning out for member of tho Republican Stato Cen tral Committee In the Tenth District. Capt. James H. Farrell has filed a potltlon for nomination to the Legisla ture in the Twenty-ninth District, and his big army of friends predict an easy victory for him. Twenty-two of tho outgoing alder men who aro candidates for re-election wero Indorsed by tho executlvo commltteo of the United Societies. It Is the list mado up by tho political action commltteo last weok. There aro ntnoteen Democrats and tbreo Republicans who aro approved, as follows: Ward No. 1, John J. Coughlln, Dem ocrat; No. ,4, John A. Rlchort, Dem,; No. 5, Charles Martin, Dcm.; No, 8, John S. Dorpa, Dcm,; No. 9, Eugeno Block, Dem.; No, 10, Frank J. Vavrl cek, Dem.; No, 12, Anton J. Cermak, Dcm.; No. 13, Jnmcs R. Buckley, Dora.; No. 14, Charles J. Lucas, Re publican; No. 15, Albert W. Bellfuss, Rep.; No, 1C, Edmund K. Jareckl, Dem.; No. 17, Stanley S. Wnlkowlak, Dcm.; No. 18, William J. Healy, Rop.; No. 19, James B. Bowler, Dom.; No. 20, Henry L. Flck, Dem.; No. 24, John Haderleln, Dcm.; No. 26, Peter Rein berg, Dcm.; No. 27, Frank J. Wilson, Dcni.j No. 28, Charles Twlgg, Dem.; No. 20, Frank McDcrmott, Dem.; No. 30, Joseph T. Mnhonoy, Dcm.; No. 35, James Donahoc, Dcm. "Tho recommendations are mndo solely upon tho records nnd reputa tions of tho candidates ns friends ot our cause," tho report states. Copies of tho list will bo printed nnd Bent to each of tho members of tho organiza tion with tho request, "Take this card with you to tho polls." Tho Chnmp Clark for President Club was organized Tuesday night by eighty business and professional men of Chicago In tho La Sallo Hotel. W. K. Patterson, an attorney, was chosen president. Alderman William F. Schultz on Tuesday was made chairman ot a sub committee of tho Small Parks Com mission, which will consider tho ques tion of procuring money for moro parks 'for Chicago. Bond Issues may be asked nnd this question will bo taken under consideration by the sub committee. Alderman Schultz called tho Mibcotnmlttee together yesterday afternoon and appointed a subcom mittee of the subcommittee, consisting of Jens Jensen, F. A. Llndstrand and S. J. Rosenblatt. They will moot and draw up a recommendation ns to whero additional parks and play grounds aro needed. Washington's birthday was cele brated by tho Twenty-fifth Ward Dem ocratic. Club Wednesday at a meeting held In McMnnus Hall, Bryn Mawr and Wlnthrop avenue. A Joseph Greln Baseball Boosters' Club was formed at the Brlggs House Tuesday night, with George McOurn as president, William Nlesen, D. B. Dougherty and Louis Stelnbrelcher, vice-presidents, Frank Peterson, treas urer, nnd J. M. Lownoy, secretary. Jacob C. Lo Bosky has announced himself as a candidate for tho Dem ocratic nomination for State's Attor ney. Headed by Valdemar Michael son 'and Herman Molner, a committee Tuesday night presented a petition to Mr. Lo Bosky, in tho East Room ot the La Salle, asking that he enter the race for tho nomination. Mr. Le Bosky promised to announce his platform shortly. Ho stated that ho would rep resent no faction ot the party and asked for the general support ot all Democrats. John Toman was Indorsed as a can didate for Alderman at 'a meeting ot Democrats of the Twenty-third pre cinct of the Thirty-fourth Ward, held Tuesday night at Babka's Hall. For tieth avenue and Twenty-first street About 400 voters were present. Tho Eleventh Ward Young Men's Progressive Democracy Indorsed Ed ward F. Dunne for governor, Werner F. Ruske for alderman, and James H. Mulcare for representative in the Sec ond Senatorial district The Dunne Democratic Club of tho Twenty-first Ward Tuesday night In dorsed James A. Malloy for alderman and Edward F. Dunne for governor. At a meeting Monday night In Mor gan Park, $1,600 was quickly sub scribed by tho citizens to carry on the fight for the upholding ot the annex ation voto of a year ago. Assistant Corporation Counsel Leon Hornsteln of Chicago addressed the, assemblage and declared that tho ac tion of the few against tho annexation voto bad produced confusion both as regards Chicago and Morgan Park. There have been two sets ot taxes levied and It was declared a legal question if eiithor could be collected. Resolutions were adopted in, which tho Chicago city omcials were thanked for the strong stand they have taken In favor of the, annexation vote. Judge McSurely was appointed on Tuesday by the Supremo court of Illi nois to succeed Judge Kavanagh on the bench of the Appellate court ot the 1st district. Judge Kavanagh, who was chosen for the Appellate work Dee. 20, 1911, asked to be relieved several weeks ago. Lake County la solid for Dunne tor the Democratlo nomination for Gover nor. Tho telephone trust must go. Work on the subway Is progressing. Plans for $103,200,000 worth of rapid transit subways tor Chicago, Indepen dent of tho present olovatod and sur face systems, were presented to the council committee on local transpor tation by tho city subway and harbor commission Wednesday. Thoy were called for by Aid. Peter Relnberg, chairman of the committee, to demon strate that the city can go ahead Im mediately on subway construction in tho downtown district regardless ot the outcome ot the negotiations with tho elevated railroads over valuations. Tho surface lines are practically elim inated from consideration in regard to subways in the present plans, "Work will start as soon as the snqw melts," declared Mayor Harri son, Tho candidacy of W. D. Munhall for Municipal Judge on the Democratlo ticket deserves tlio support of all good Democrats, Ho Is one of the ablest lawyers lu Chicago, has always been a loyal Democrat and is qualified In every way for a seat on the bench. Prosident of the Sanitary District Thomas A. Smyth Is making the hon est, able and clean record that all his friends and admirers knew that be would make. County Judgo John E. Owens on, Wednesday confirmed the roll of Judges and clerks of election who are to serve on primary day. Congressman Lyndon Evans has made a grand record during his first term at Washington and the Demo-1 crats of the Ninth District are going to show their appreciation on primary day by rc-nomlnntlng him by a good, big plurality. Colonol James Hamilton Lewis will have no opposition for tho Democratic nomination for United States senator. John C. Wordell, one ot the best known Democrats on the North SIdo and n member of tho Legislature from the Thirty-first District for years.ihas announced his candidacy for the Dem ocratic nomination for alderman in tho Twonty-second ward and intonds to put up a winning campaign for It. Mr. Wcrdell has been a resident ot tho word for forty years and has also during that tlmo been a member ot St. Michael's Church, where he has always been ono of tho active work ers In the .parish. He is a man of ability and force and is liked and re spected by all who come in contact with him. Mr. Wcrdell has always been a loyal Democrat In all cam paigns ho could bo found working tire lessly for the party's success at the polls. He knows tho Interests and wants ot his Ward and he could bo relied upon to represent it with credit In tho city council. He enjoys the confidence and highest respect of bis neighbors, whero ho haa resided all his life, and the Democrats will name a popular winner by nominating him on primary day. Following are tho petitions filed for aldermnnlc nomination up to date: Republicans. Ward 1. Joseph Seamans. 2. Hugh Norrls. 3. Joel F. Longcnecker. . William R. Parker. 4. Herman E. Schults. Bert Laundervllle; 6. Willis O. Nance. 7. Joseph E. White. W. J. Calhoun. John H. Helwig. George E. Bowman. Bernard W. Snow. Samuel S. Williams. 9. Gustaf Bloom. 12. Albert J. Krlha. 13. Frank L. Judge. James E. Evans. 14. Charles J. Lucas. 15. Albort W. Bellfuss. 18. William J. Healy. 21. Frcd A. Britten. William F. Peters. 23. John KJollander. Harry T. Ellis. 25. Charles M. Thomson. 2G. Georgo Pretzel. C. E. Wyant. Smith H. Cochran. 27. Edward A. Washburn. Gardner Dal. Jones. 28. William Soverln. 29. John Colomblowskl. George Mi Tobey. 31. Louis O. Arkema. . . John W. Hill. A. W. Nordberg. Victor E. Rlngqulst Malcolm M. Tipton. 32. James Rea. James H. Gllmore. 33. Otto B. Brettmann. 34. Frank Vondrasek. Anton Vanek. 35. Peter Leptlon. Democrats. Ward 1. John J. Coughlln. 3. SI Mayer. Joseph Frank. 4. John A. Rlchert Frank Haborzetlo. Georgo A. Thornton. 5. Charles Martin. Thos. J. Treacy. 8. Ross A. Woodhull. John S. Darpa. 9. Eugcno Block. 10. James McNtchols. Henry Wolff. 11. Peter L. Hoffman. Frank W. Bemersdor. 12. Anton J. Cermak. 13. Frank McDonald. James R. Buckley. 14. J. Edward Clancy. J. F. Joyce, 15. Fred T. Blerndt P. W. Miller. 16. John Czekala. 17. Stanley Klelciynskl. Theodore Lein. 18. C. C. Anderson. George Duddleston. 19. James B. Bowler. John F. McCaffrey. 20. Henry L. Flck. Hugo L. Pltte. 21. Edward L. Roelle. 21. James A. Molloy. 22. Victor J, Scbaetter. John H. Bauler. t. John C. Werdell. Jos. G. McCaffrey. 28, Harry, H. Lamport K. C. Larson. Fred Phillips. 24. Joseph A. Weber. James W. Burke. John Haderleln. Theofll Kwidzln8kl. Max C, Krueger. 20.Poter Relnberg. B. F. Wober. 27. Frank J. Wilson. Ernst Jentzasb. 28. Chas. Twlgg. 29. 'Frank McDermott Gustav Grimm. SO. Josoph T. Mahoney. Joseph A, Swift. George P. Latchtord. Thomas J, Fenton. William J, Lyncn. 31. 'Henry P. Bergon. Frank' Donobue. John J. McMullen. Martin D. Maloney. 32. Melvlllo O. Holding. 38. William T. Hambach. John S. Chenneour. 34, John Toman. K. B. Rada.' 35. James Donaboe. Timothy Cruise. i i - i r. t 1 The asterisks indicate the present aldermen. Aldermnn James R, Buckley will have little trouble In being re-nom- lnnted by tho Democrats for the Thir teenth Ward. He has made a mag- nlflclent record and Is, deservedly so, popular with everybody, Alderman Charles Twlgg, of the Twenty-eight Ward, deserves re-eleo- tlon at the hands of his constituents. Ho has proven himself to be an able and conscientious public official and has represented the people of his ward In a creditable manner. His at titude In the pending telephone con troversy has won tho admiration of everybody opposed to trusts and monopolies, Harry II, Lampert, one of Chicago's successful young business men, Is making n great campaign for tho Democratic nomination for aldorman in tho Twenty-third ward and all In dications point to a victory for him on primary day. Ho deserves tho voto of every democrat In tho ward who Is desirous of seeing tho best men named for offlco and also of nominating men who can and will bo elected, Such a man is Mr. Lamport. All factions In tho ward aro uniting on his candidacy and his nomination will result In his certain election. Mr. Lamport Is ot Germnn parentage and was. born in 1882 in Evanston, III. Ho was educated in the gram mar and' high schools from whence ho went into the insurance business, where ho has beon over since. He has been n success In business from the start and is today tho senior part ner of tho firm of Lampert and Kel ler, who are tho Chicago agents for tho Buffalo German Insurance Com pany. Mr, Lamport is a brother of Nelson N. Lamport, vlco president of the Fort Dearborn National Bank. Tho Democratic prospects are very rosy In the new Twenty-third ward, and Mr. Lampert is tho man on whom tho democrats can feel certain wilt be elected. He Is a clean cut, wide awako man who will represent the ward In the city council in a way that will reflect credit upon himself and upon tho people of the ward. Bernard F. Weber, aided by an army of friends, Is making a great campaign for the Democratic nomina tion for Alderman in the Twenty sixth ward. His popularity coupled with bis fine business record and his former record as alderman makes his candidacy a strong ono with all class es of voters. Alderman James Rea has pleased tho voters of the Thirty-second Ward by his good record in tho City Council and ho should havo llttlo troublo In winning out nt tho primaries. Albert H. Putney, Democratic candldnto for nomination as munici pal Judgo, was born In Massachusetts in 1872, and was educated in tho schools of Boston and Newton, Mass., graduating from Yalo Collcgo In 1893 with special honors In history, po litical economy and law. He grad uated from tho Boston University Law school and was admitted to tho bar of Massachusetts in 1895; ad mitted to bar of Illinois In 1809 and has slnco practiced law In Chicago. He has beon Professor of Constitu tional Law slnco 1900 and Dean slnco 1904 of the Illinois College ot Law. He Is tho author of over twenty vol umes on various subjects in law, gov ernment and political economy, and Is at present working In collaborate with Col. James Hamilton Lewis on a set ot books on "Construction and Constitutionality of Statutes," which will bo published this summer. George W. Paullln, tho well known furrier and sanitary trustee, would prove an easy winner for congress in the Tenth district The woods are full of congressional candidates. Hera they are by dis tricts: 1 M. B. Madden, 3829, Michi gan ...f Rep. Frank H. Chllda, 2241' Calu- met av. Rep. B. O. Wentworth .., Rep. Herbert O. Metcalf Rep. Pliny B. Smith Rep. Andrew J. Donovan ..Dem. W. J. Hennessy ...Dem. H. B. Bekles, 46 Sherman st, Pro. Joseph H. Greer, 4114 Michi gan av Boo. 2 Joseph R. Burres, 1400 B 69th Rep. James R, Mann, 7221 Merrill v. Rep. J. O. Vaughan, 6048 Jeffer son av. Dem. W. P. P. Ferguson, 6626 Mob- TOO tY IIMUIMMMMMt tvFO Edwin R. Worrell, 7218 Rhodes av. Pro. J. O. Bentnall, 6406 Drsxel V. i So; I P. J. McShane Rep. W. W. Wilson, 6711 Stewart av. Rep. Harry ,F. Atwood, Morgan Park Rep. F. J, Crowley, 405 W. Gar field blvd Dcm. P. J. O'Reilly, 6746 Green st Dem. John F. Delaney, 6111 Stew art av. Dem. Wm. P. Clancy Dem. Geo. A. Shilling Dem. 4 Michael O. Walsh, 4788 Union Rep. James P. Roche, 1314 W. 61st st Rep. H. P. Albaugh, 2812 Marshall blvd Rep. M. B. Rodwick, 3628 8. Hoyne av Rep. Jas. T. McDermott, 4624 Un ion av. Dem. Michael Melnerney Dem. Anton Cermak, 1717 W. 26th st Dem, Wm. E. Furlong, 1032 W. 84th pi Dem. John B. Conerty, 4500 Union av. ..,..-..., ....Dem Franklin J. Reed, 8618 Ar cher av, Pro. Peter Bulthouse Eoo. 6 L. H. Chlsmann, 1877 Blue Island '. Rep. Jacob Gartensteln . . , , . .Rep. Adolpb J. Babatb, 2006 8. Ashland Dem. E. J. Forst Dem, Scott Vandyke, 1626 Has tings st Pro. Joseph J. Krai, 1147 W. 18th st Boo. G O. A. Etllngson. Dem. James McAndrewB ..,.,..., Dem. ' 'Wr ' BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW-o' :' - WPP ,&r ..VBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBbW ?. wfo?VFV '.':' jbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbKI h i.$Sfaa aBBBBBBBBBBBHBBl9SllsBBBBBBBBBB ,X HARRY H. LAMPKRT. 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Brennan, 2648 Mil dred av i Dem. Oscar Nelson, 3117 State st, Dem. WERDELL, for Alderman, Twenty-aaeond Ward. J. R. Boynton, 1384 LaBalle av. Pre. Frank Shlflersmith, 1489 N. Clark st Boo. 10 Alderman Cias. V. Thom son ......... .Rep. George W. Paullln Rep. C. M. ModerweU Rep. Everett Marsh Rep. George B. Fosa, 711 Gordon ter. Rep. O. DeLang, Olencoe Rep. George P.' Bnghard, Bvana ton Rep. R. J. Flnnegan, 6818 Mag- . nolia av. Dem. "3y fy$V' 'fflfiku, ' -'-&& t li K -:j to "?... -sfS.(?a $ M'lVij, K. . jma. ',iy25a; w.