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Heard from the Various Camps
During tht Witk About
Man Promintnt in
What the Leaders Are Doing and
What People Have to Say
Sentiment for Dunno (or Governor
la spreading like wildfire throughout
Stephen A. Malato Is a good man to
placo on the Municipal Court bench.
James M. Dalley Is a winner (or
Enthusiasm (or Judge Dunne (or
Governor Is growing like wildfire all
over the state.
Joseph S. LaBuy should be elected
judge of the Municipal Court Some
more new blood Is needed on that
bench and Mr. LaBuy Is the kind of a
ban who will administer affairs there
the way tho people want them.
Alderman John KJcllander Is mak
ing a fine record In the city council.
He is an nblo and energetic public
official. Tho Twenty-third ward can
well be proud of him
William L. O'Connoll Is making ono
of tho best County Treasurers Cook
County has over had. He Is n capable
and courteous official, straightforward
and fearlcfut. Ho has the confidence
of the pcoplo of Cook County at all
Voto for Stephen A. Malato for
Stephen A. Mnlato should bo elected
Municipal Judge. Ho is the typo of
man needed on tho bench. Able,
straightforward and fearless, he will
prove a worthy judge. Mr. Malato's
Vincent & Bradley
Th Rookry, Chicago
Adams A. Qoodrlch
William A. Vincent
Ralph R. Bradley
ROSS G. HALL
laOS Aaklaad Block
TtJwboM Ctatral M
Telephone Randolph 2027
ATTORNEY AT LAW
First National Bank Building, Chicago
Telephone Central 960.
L. D. Condce
COUNSELOR AT LAW
35 North Dearborn St.
Guru Edward Johnstom
record as a lawyer, a public official
and a citizen is n clean and honornblo
one. As a member of the Illinois
Legislature ho proved himself to bo
a faithful and able representative of
tho people. The Municipal Voters
League nays of him: "Member of
Legislature 1899-1901, where his rec
ord wus good. His colleagues of that
day eay ho was Intelligent and of
right purpose." Mr. Malato's splen
dfd success as a lnwyer well fits him
for a scat on the bench. He has al
ways taken an active part In public
affairs and Is a lifelong Democrat.
He has been a leader of tho party In
his ward and district and enjoys tho
confidence of the rank and file. Tho
Democratic voters made a good selec
tion In tho nomination of Mr. Malato
for Municipal Judgo and he deserves
the voto of every good citizen of both
parties nt tho election next Novem
ber. Col. James Hamilton Lewis Is ono
of tho men whom the Democratic
party In Illinois nnd throughout the
natlqn Is proud to claim as a loader.
He is tho unanimous choice of Illinois
Democrats for United States Senator.
Spencer Ward's candidacy for Chief
Justice of the Municipal Court Is gain
ing strongth every day.
The nomination for Hugh J. Kearns
(or Municipal Judge by the Demo
crats was a popular one. Ho will
make a good Judge.
Vote (or James M. Dalley (or Sani
Joseph S. La Buy's election as Mu
nicipal Judge will placo on that bench
an able, energetic nnd painstaking
Judge. Ho should bo elected.
Charles Krutckoff's nomination for
County Assessor by tho Republicans
was a worthy one. Mr. Krutckoff Is
qualified In every way for tho position
and he deserves to be elected.
By his good record on tho bench,
Judge John It. Cavcrly has gained for
lilmHclf u big army of friends nnd
admirers In Chicago.
The candidacy of James M. Dalley
for Sanitary Trustee deserves success.
Tho Democrats mado no mistnko in
nominating him. Tho position of
Sanitary Trustee Is a big and rcspons-
das. Hamilton Lewis
Cimmerclal NatltMl Baik Mfc.
Paraa Caatral 2118
Lowes & Richards
Attorneys at Law
127 N. Dearborn St
Clark and Monroe Street
Teleeheae Central 4111
G. E. CRNKSHANK
Attorney it Law
tiliphonb itra main
Telephone Central flS'
Asa G. Adams
76 Wit Monro Straat
Ible ono and Mr. Dalley is a mnn cap
able to fill tho position nnd discharge
his duties-In n way that will be sat
isfactory to the taxpnyers. Ho served
tho peoplo of Chicago In the city
council nnd his record there showed
hlni to bo n man of forco and Inde
pendence. Ho Is n life-long Democrat
nnd has been n faithful leader In the
party. Ho should receive tho votes
of nil good citizens.
Joseph C. Blnhn should have no
trouble In being re-elected to the
Legislature in tho Nineteenth District.
His fine record Is well known to the
voters throughout the district.
John A, Pelkn, tho well-known West
Side real estate man, would prove n
strong Republican candidate for City
Clerk next Spring.
That Harry L. Shaver will bo re
elected to the Legislature In the
Thirty-first District by n big plurality
Is n safe prediction. Mr. Shaver made
good In every way during his first
term down at) Springfield nnd fie Is
deservedly popular throughout his
A better mnn could not bo elected
County Commissioner next November
than John E. Moloney. Ho Is one
of tho best qualified men ever named
for a scat In tho County Board. Ho
will get tho solid Democratic vote
along with thousands of Republican
and Independent votes.
Vote (or Joseph
Reports throughout tho State Indl
cato a record breaking voto for Wil
liam K. Mason for Congressman at
Judgo John E. Owens Is making a
record as County Judgo that ho can
nt nil times point to with prldo.
Bcnjnmln M. Mitchell has his usual
walkaway for re-election to tho Logls
Inturo In tho Twenty-first District,
which Is n source of pleasure to every
ono of his big host of friends.
Charles Krutckoff, Republican can
dldato for member of the board of
county assessors, desorves to bo elect
ed. ' Ho Is at prcsont chief clerk of tho
board and his record there has beon a
William D. Munhall
ATTORNEY AT LAW
1616 Ashland Block
Clark and Randolph 8ts.
Telephone Randolph 3325
Oo. M. Sttvt m
Crafts & Stevens
Attorneys and Counselors
Roam 917, OIS and 010
STOCK EXCHANQE ILDO.
Ttltpbtn. Main 167
Frank II. Novak
Charlet W. Novak
NOVAK & NOVAK
Attorneys at Law
Suite 408, 69 W. Washington St.
Phono Central J3S0
Phono W. P. 89
S. C. HERREN
Sad Fleer, AtaUad Meek
Attimf at LMf
Plrtl National Bank
very oxcollent one. He Is acnualnted
In every way with tho workings of the
tax system and his election next No
vember will place on tho board of as
sessors one of the best qualified tnon
over on It. Mr. Krutckoff has been
employed In the office oi tho board of
nssessors since tho present assessment
law went Into effect in 1899. Has
made steady advance slnco that time
from a minor position to that of chief
clerk of the board. His continuous
employment and advancement during
tho several administrations of tho as
sessor's office conclusively shows his
ability. Mr. Krutckoff was born In
Chicago, November 1, 1871. Was edu
cated In tho public schools of Chicago.
Has lived In tho South Town of Chi
cago all his life 40 years and In tho
same neighborhood. He Is married and
tho father of a family of two children.
Mr, Krutckoff would servo the tax
payers ably, honestly and fearlessly as
member of the board of assessors.
Illinois Domocrats are proud of Col.
James Hamilton Lewis. His splendid
loyalty at all times to the party, has
made a friend for him of overy mem
ber of the party, from Cairo to Wau
kegan, and every oncof them Is work
Ink hard for his election as United
Both as a public spirited citizen and
as a financier, Albert 0. Wheeler
stands high In the estimation of all
M. X Fahcrty, tho well known rent
estate man, is talked of by many for
city treasurer next spring.
Congressman Lynden Evans should
have an easier time bolng ro-elocted
than he had being re-nomlnatod. The
Judge of the
Stillman B. Jamieson
Attorney at Law
Clyde A. Morrison
IMft Flrtt Nattaal Rub ftM
HONE RANDOLPH 24
Geo. M. Weichelt
Suite 50 Ashlaid Block
Pko0 Mala 4493
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Badge ana Buttons, Muslin
and Oilcloth Signs
153 North L Salle Street,
Democratic voters are united on his
candidacy, and he will recolve thou
sands of Republican and Independent
votes. Ho has made good and tho
peoplo are with him.
Judgo George Kcrstcn deserves the
popularity ho enjoys throughout Chi
cago and Cook County. A bettor Judge
never sat on tho bench,
Henry Stuckart Is making n fine
record as city treasurer. Ho Is nn
encrgotlc, hard-working and pains
taking public official, liked and re
spected by all who como In contact
D. It. O'Orlcn, tho well-known In
surance man, would make a flno City
The county democracy Is perfecting
Its organization In every ward in Chi
cago. Judgo Edward Osgood Drown de
serves tho high place ho ho.ds In the
estimation of the pcoplo of Cook
County. Hlo brilliant record has
earned It for him.
Doth tickets are weighted down
with several dead ones.
John E. Maloney should prove an
easy winner for County Commissioner.
Ho Is, well known and well liked all
over tho county. Tho Democrats
couldn't havo named a better man.
Hugh J. Kearns, Democratic candi
dal for Municipal Judge, Is the right
mnn to place on the bench,
dldacy is a winning ono.
Morton T. Culver
Attorney at Law
829-831 Stock Exchange Building
Ruldence, Qlcncoe, III.
Girard A. Ellington
1M1 Hem liwasce Mag.
A. A. Woraley
Attorney and Counsellor
No. 179 West Washington Street
T.Uphon 3720 Main
Some Items of Interest From tho
Public Offices About Occur
rences of the Week. '
Immediate council action on nn or
dinance requested by Marshall Fluid
& Co. was blocked before the com
niittco on streets nnd alleys. Aid.
Stanley Kunz wos the objector whose
insistence prevented the commltteo
rroin giving tho m'nttcr more serious
consideration, Chairman William J,
Healy of the committee brought up
the question of the subway. The or
dinance contemplates tunneling under
Washington street, nnd the question
was raised whether this might not
Interfere with subway construction.
Lawyers assured the aldermen this
would not bo the ca'su nnd announced
that Mayor Harrison approved of tt,
but because of Kunz's nttltude the
I'icld representatives dropped their
request for Immediate action. Tho
ordlnanco wns referred to a subcom
mittee. This step will prevent tho
council consideration of Its provisions
until after vacation.
A recommendation that n full Inves
tigation be mado regarding garbage
disposal before bids are received for
a new disposal plant is mado In a
letter which has been sent to the city
council by n subcommittee of the
City club. The subcommittee com
mends the ordinance Introduced In
tho council nsklng for nn appropria
tion of $10,700 for an Investigation by
the cfllclcncy commission Into tho
question. This Investigation, the sub
committee recommends, should bo
used to establish a basis for making
of ward appropriations for the clean
ing of streets and alleys of ashes and
refuse nnd the removal and disposal
An "iipBtalrtt theater" ordlnanco
acceptable to Building Commissioner
Krlcsson was adopted by the City
Council Building Committee for rec
ommendation to tho Council for pass
age. The commltteo omitted somn
ilro safeguards considered essential
by Mr. Ericsson, but he nnd Chair
man Thomson agreed after tho meet
ing that the vital points had been
A three years' record of tho opera
tions of the sanitary bureau In the
department of health bIiowb a growing
use to which tho bureau Is put. Tho
records were made public by Health
Commissioner George B. Young Titos
dny. Tho total cases reported for tho
llrst six months this year are moro
than two-thirds tho number of tho
entire cases attended to In 1910.
Secretary of War Stlmson has
placed at tho top of his calendar the
request of tho City of Chicago for nn
Incrensd flow of water for the drain
age cannl. A decision will be renched
Aro you sure you are tho only party
on your "exclusive wlro"?
Following are the standing com
mittees of tho city council:
Finance Rlchert, chairman; Hard
ing, Emerson, Reading, Cermak, Law
ley, Bellfuss, Sltts, Egan, Krumholz,
Llpps, Wilson, Twlgg, Kearns, Ryan
(34) Dem., 9; Rep., C.
Local transportation Block, chair
man; Rlchert, Carr, Long, Schultz,
Clancy, Healy, Stowart, Capltaln,
Llpps, Hyldahl, Twlgg, Berger, Fish
er, Donahoo Dom 9; Rep., C.
Harbors, wharves and bridges Lit
tler, chairman; Kcnna, Ryan (4),
Long, Nance, Czckala, Brennan, Gel
ger, Bnuler, Hoy, Thomson, Emerson,
Holding, Hazen, Ryan (34) Dem., 9;
Gas, oil and electric light Cermak,
chairman; Bellfus, Hoy, Ryan (4),
Sltts, Haderlclp, Long, Walkowlak,
Twlgg, Block,' Stowart, Janovsky,
Vavrlcek, Bowler, Kearns, Dem., 9;
Goodrich Transit Company
Mini ana rurtn
TO MACKINAW ISLAND
TO MILWAUKEE g&rSSJfi $1.00
DOCKS FOOT OP
CITY TICKET OFFICE:
The Factory is
Fur Repairing and Remodeling
at .Most- Reasonable Prices
GEORGE W. PAULLIN
FourthVloor Stewart Bldtf. Fourth Floor
IS. W. Corner State and Washington St.
Local Industries Fisher, chairman;
Schultz, Krumholz, Mayor, McDon
ald, Pretzel, Carr, Lawley, Wilson,
Klaus, Sitts, McDcrmott, Cullerton,
Schacffor, Dergen Dem., 11 j Rep., 4.
Judiciary legislation, elections and
rules Donahoo, chairman; Utpatel,
KJcllander, Hazen, Mayer, Walko
wlak, Capltaln, Toman, Holwlg, Pow
ers, Hyldahl, Bewcrsdorf, Pltto, Mo
Incrney," Abeam, Baulcr, Holding
Dem., 12; Rep., 6.
Streets, alleys, taxation, etreet
nomenclature Healy, chairman; 'Mc
Donald, Pretzel, Kcnna, Utpatel, Mc
Dcrmott, Egan, Kunz, Swift, Croat,
Hey, Holding, Klaus, Hadcrlcln, To
man. Dem., 10; Rep., 6.
Llcenso Ryan (34), chairman;
Cermak, Burns, Norrls, Ahern, Krum
holz, Tearnoy, Utpatel, Janovsky,
Cross, Bowler, Ryan (4), Vavrlcek,
Pltte, Bradshaw. Dem., 10; Rep., 6.
Buildings and city hall Thomson,
chairman; Klaus, Coughlln, Bewere
dorf, KJellander, Tearnoy, Carr,
Clancy, Llpps, Helwlg, Walkowlak,
Littler, Swift, Powers, Hyldahl
Dem., 10; Rep., B.
Schools, fire, police, civil service
Gelger, chairman; Martin, Czckala,
Toman, Kcnna, Holwlg, Burns, Hard
ing, Block, Mayor, Vavrlcek, Mclner
noy, Rlchcrt, Bewcrsdorf, Bradshaw.
Dem., 11; Rep., 4.
Health Nance, chairman; Culler
ton, Coughlln, Ahcarn, Schaefer, Nor
rls, Lawley, Pretzel, McDermott,
Tearnoy, Kunz, Mclncrney, Martin
Brcnnan, Bradshaw. Dem., 10;
Water Wilson, chairman; Kuns,
Burns, Coughlln, Brennan. Schaeffer,
Norrls, Powers, Thomson, KJcllander,
Egan, Littler, Cross, Stewart, Swift
Dem., 8; Rep., 7.
Special park commission Aid. Bell
fuss, chairman; Aldermen Harding,
Schultz, Capltaln, Bergen, Hazen,
Cullerton, Had or loin, McDonald;
Clancy and Martin; Oscar F. Mayer, '
Peter 8. Goodman, Jens Jeneon, P. A.
Llndstrand, Samuel J. Rosenblatt, Cy
ril Flala, Gcorco Landau, Paul Dny
malskl, tho Rov. Julius Rappaport,
Charles H. Rlchtcr, Charles Bock,
Francis T. Simmons, Joseph Donnera
bcrgcr, William Kolacck, James B.
McFatrlch, Frank P. Danlsch.
Bathing beaches Aid. Long, chair
man; Gelger, Pltte, Healy, Bowler.
Compensation Aid. Reading, chair
man; Ryan (34), Bollfuss, Llppe,
Track olovatlon Aid. Janovsky,
chairman; Fisher, Emerson, Kearns,
Reading, Donahoo, Baulor, Nance,
Meeting hours tor City Council com
mittees uro as follows:
Monday Streets and alloys, 2
o'clock; buildings, 3:30 o'clock.
Tuesday Schools nnd police, 11
o'clock; harbors, wharves and bridges,
2 o'clock; local industries, 2 o'clock.
Wednesday Special park commis
sion, 10:30 o'clock; health, 2 o'clock;
local transportation, 2 o'clock; track
clovntlou, 3:30 o'clock.
Thursday Gas, oil and electric
light, 2 o'clock; license, 3:30 o'clock;
water, 3:30 o'clock.
Friday Compensation, 11 o'clock;
Judiciary, 2 o'clock; fluanco, 2 o'clock;
bathing beaches, 3:30 o'clock.
Chairman Block of the local trans
portation commlttoo named tho fol
Street Car Sorvlco Complaint
Northwest Sldo Twlgg, Hyldahl,
Clancy. North Sldo Cnpltnln, Llpps.
Southwest Sldo Schultz, Donahoo,
Stowart. South Sldo Fisher, Bergen,
Committee on Wllmctto Extension
of tho Northwestern Elevated Rail
road Block, Twlgg, Schultz, Fisher,
Through Routes Block, Llpps,
Commltteo to Keep In Touch With
the Elovnted Road's Valuation Com
mission Block, Rlchert, Llpps, Long.
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IN SIGHT OF LAND
ALL THE WAY
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