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THE! CHICAGO EAGLE,
' POLITICAL TALK Htard f rm tht Vtrioui Camps During tht Wftk About Man Prominmt in Palitiet. Whmt the Leaders Are Doing and What People Have to Say About Them. Congressman Lyndon Evans will be re-elected In the Ninth District. Thero will be a general registra tion this year. Albert J. HopKins Is the choice of nine-tenths of tho Republicans throughout Illinois for United States Senator. They believe that ho was wrongfully deprived of a re-election to tho Senate, knowing as they do, that ho received tho hearty endorse ment of tho Hcnubllcnn voters of tho stato for re-election at the primaries in 1009. They also know that when In tho United States Senate, Senator Hop kins' record rellected credit upon Illinois. Honest, straightforward and fearless, ho never was afraid to ex press his convictions. As a public official, a political leader, a lawyer and a citizen, Albert J. Hopkins' rec ord Is without spot or blemish. Tho Republican stato headquarters were opened orf Tuesday onhe fifth floor of tho La Salle Hotel. Garrett Kennedy, of Peoria, was the master of ceremonies. Ho was assisted by John O. Gambcr, of La Salle county, who will bo his first aid. Tho Re publican stato rooms are Just above tho headquarters of the national Pro gressive party. Maclay Hoyno's candluacy for states attorney was given a big boom nt a celobratlon held In his honor at Whlto City last Friday night. It was known as "Maclay Hoyno Night" at tho amusement park. Hundreds of his friends and supporters gathered to plcdgo him their support. Among thoso present were County Judgo Professional Cards Goodrich, Vincent & Bradley Lawyers The Rookery. Chicago Adam A. Qoodrlch William A. Vincent Ralph R. Bradley Wabaih 480 ROSS G. HALL LAWYER 1803 AakUmi Blub j CMICAGO ' TMetfetae Cestui MS Telephone Randolph 3037 Benj.F.Richolson ATTORNEY AT LAW Pint National Bank Building, Chicago Telephone Central MO. L D. Condee ATTORNEY and COUNSELOR AT LAW 35 North Dearborn St. SurtiEiwiiiJikHtiii ATTORNEY AT-LAW 11CTOR BUt LWNO Chicago FOR UNITED STATES SEN ATOR !i'Xcu9QR'BBBBBBBBHaflBlHBBBHEHrf " r lrfvWi5' "We ,BBBBBBBBBBrv iBVtSfT'v' j fi? vr '.y,'4 lSBBBBBBBBBBBBETSBBBBBBLraE; 'l ? , BaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaBf.(3p'i.'' BaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaHH'.rTiS Wfc "11 BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBaWLOtV laaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa ALBERT J. HOPKINS. jjJ Talked of for United States Senator by Republicans. John 12. Owens, Assistant Corpora tion Counsel Michaels, Peter Rein berg, Phillip J. McKcnna, James 8. Mclncrney, Congressman A. J. Sa bath, Alderman A. Cermnk, William H. Stuart, William F. Dronnan, James A. Qulnn, Edward Corcn, Edward F. Urenuan, Isaac Doff, Frcdrlc Greer, Gustavus J. Tatge, M. C. Duckloy, Gcorgo Schilling and County Commis sioner Laurenco J. Coffey, tho latter acting as toastmastcr. Spencer Ward's candidacy (or Chief Justtco of tho Municipal Court should appeal to all good citizens. Mr. Ward has been for years one of Chicago's fa Himiltonlewis ATTORNEY tod COUNSELLOR Ctmmertlal Nattonal Bank Bldrj. FiaatliM.LawM UfcrRttai Pkeae Ceatral 2B1S 3 Lowes & Richards Attorneys at Law 127 N. Daarbora St. CHICAGO Spencer Ward LAWYER . Meeter BuiMIng Clark and Maura Street CHICAGO Tata CaaMal 4IH Attoriif it Lit MIIUINt ra maim TaUpltana Central fit Am G. Adams LAWYER 7i Wast Moaraa Strott CHICAGO leading and most successful lawyers. Ho has always taken an active part In movements that have had for their o'.ijert tho betterment of tho city. Ho has been at all times a public spirited citizen. In filling the position of Chief Justico of the Municipal Court tho pcoplo must select a man big enough for tho ponltlon, a man who realizes tho importance of tho position and ono who will be able to Improvo tho VmilrlnnlCourt system. They must alio aelect a man of liberal views, a n .in who Is fully conversant with con ditions as they really are In a great cosmopolitan city llko Chicago, An able, wideawake, forceful and liberal PROPBMIONAL CARD. William D. Munhall ATTORNEY ATLAW 1616 Ashland Block Clark and Randolph Sts. CHICAGO Telephone Randolph 3338 CUytoaB.Crafta Oeo.M.SUvnu . Crafts & Stevens Attorneys and Counselors at Law Raama 9I7, 9l and Ol STOCK EXCHANGE SLOG. TaUffaosa Main I67 ' Prank H.Novak Charles W. Novak NOVAK & NOVAK Attorneys at Law Suite 408, 69 W. Washington St. PtMMCtatrallllO Ttt W.IHth St, WM Patau PbOMW.P.19 CHICAGO Christopher L. Flood ATTMNEY AT UW 112 N. U Salic St., Saltc 4S . CHICAGO Tikiheaeii Mala 1079, AatMUtk IUII S. C. HERREN AWOMBT-AT-UW E. RAYMOND WILLIAMS LAWYER Flrat National Bank uildlng mnn llko Spencer Ward would serve In the ofllce with credit to nil. Judgo Dunne's headquarters In the Motel Sherman lmvo been enlarged. Joseph S. La Buy Is deserving of election to tho Municipal Court bench. Ho has a line record to his credit as an attorney and is well lit ted to bo a judgo. Tho election of John E. Moloney as County Commissioner Is urged by all who know him as a business man and as a citizen. No better man could be fleeted Municipal Judgo than Stephen A. Matato. Ho Is qualified In every way for a scat on the Municipal Court bench. His record ns a lawyer shows him to be a mnn of force, learning and energy. Voto for him. William Halo Thompson Is looked upon by many all over Chicago as the right man for City Treasurer next spring. As Clerk of the Circuit Court, Jos cph E. Dldwcll, Jr., has shown himself to bo a clean, hardworking and con scientious public official. James M. Dalloy should bo elected Sanitary Trustee. His long and clean record as a public official, a business man and a citizen commends his can dldacy to all honest citizens. That Joseph C. Blaha will bo re elected to the Legislature In the Nine teenth District Is certain. He Is ono of tho cleanest cut men elected to public ofllce. Office with him Is a public trust. Ho la honest and fear ROY Talked of for United States baaaaaaaaaaaaKv' '''bbbbbbbbbbbbI aaaaaaaaaaaaasnw!-'iS' A'&aaaaaaaaaaaaaal aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaakv'v - jsaaaaaaaaaaaaa1 BSSSSSSSSsB'fSP IHsbbbbbbbbbbbI BBBBBBByi4H LbbbbbbbbbbbHK iJflBLLLH BBBBBBBBBBBBBBVHl&xPI''fjaSSSSSSSSSj BBBBBBBBBBBBBBVBBa&ySaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBl aBBBBBBBBBBBBBYjBBBBaWirawPPBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB BBBBBBBBBBBBBBV-' VBBaPT. vvlBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBl lBBBBBBBBBBBBBBVr:,"'a,;fi;VftaaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBrt'N BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBkwvr KBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBl BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB'aBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBl BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBv-H '- BiBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBl i;: afltaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBl BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBValaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBl PROPIMIONAU CAMM. PROFIMIONAL CANM. Stillman B. Jamieson waaf" Attorney at Law MOltOI. 1. Culver u Attorney at law aamaun i M831 stock Exchange Building ASHLAND BLOCK Chicago Telefilm Ceatral M7 RasMaac. (Hckm, IB. BBBBBBMBBaBnaBMaBMMaJ lHBMBaaMiiiBaaMMiaiBHaiBa "" I cm no. Lawyer lawyer Ht3 ASHLANB BLOCK ,, m, . MMtt 3343 Mtnrta Stratt CHICAGO crncAtt TaHplnae; tfflee, Central 43M Tal-ieae aPBa)aBBBVaarw ( faBtaea waB' BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBal rmmmm aAtaa W4. Woriley QtOe M. WtldlWl Attomy and counaellor ATTORNalY tUw AT aU A V Sulfa 1010 SBSSSLB55SSS Ne. 17 West Washington Stree CHICAGO Sniff SM Alalia Block TafeefcM arit Mala CHICAOO nlM Maim 449$ QERAQHTY ct CO. BaJft mum Button, Mutlin evwaaaaBn aafaBjVBV 153 North USMthStrttt, - less and Is never afraid to express his convictions. More men like Blaha are needed at Springfield. Congressman Lynden Evans should have an easier time being re-elected than he had being re-nominated. The Democratic voters are' united on his candidacy, and he will recolve thou sands of Republican and independent votes. Ho has made good and the people are with him. Hugh J. Kearns, Democratic candi date for Municipal Judgo, Is the right man to placo on the bench. His can didacy Is a winning one. Charles W. Vail has mado a splendid record as Clerk of tho Superior Court, and his re-election by a handsomo plurality Is predicted on all sides. Among tho lenders in Chicago financial and business world no man stands higher In tho estimation of the people than Albert O. Wheeler. Joseph C. Blaha will win hands down for re-election to tho Legisla ture In tho Nineteenth District. His fine record Is known to everybody. James M. Dallcy Is a good man to place on tho Sanitary Board. His nomination for Sanitary Trusteo was n worthy one. Charles Krutckoff's candidacy for member of tho Board of Assessors Is growing stronger every day. His fine record as Cnlet Clerk of tho Board has won for him n largo following all over the county and his election by a big plurality Is predicted. O. WEST. Senator by the Republican. MUNICIPAL HEWS Some Items of Interest From tho Public Offices About Occur rences of the Week. One of tho Important preliminary questions raised In subway planning was answered, by tho city law depart ment. Corporation Counsel Sexton gave an opinion that the city can con struct subways tinder parks and boulevards without obtaining tho con sent of tho park authorities. "That vni ovo of tho questions which worried us In our work," said Alderman Eugene Ulock, chairman of the council committee on locn (trans portation, "although wo had no Indi cation the park hoards Intended to opposo us If wo started subway build ing across a boulevard. Wo were nfrnld politics or local prejudice might delay consent If wo bad to havo It in order to proceed." James A. Qulnn, oil Inspector, sent a report to Mayor Harrison on Tues day, showing that his department had inspected lu,7G2 moro barrels of oil in August of this year than in the satno month last year. Tho figures for tho month Just closed arc 76,745 barrels. Tho revenuo at G cents a bar rel amounted to 4,Go4 and tho ex penses, including salaries, amounted to $1,220. Health Commissioner Young an nounced that ho would make a re port to the city comptroller showing that he could mnke retrenchments to the amount of $00,000 In his depart ment. Tho amount appropriated for the health department was $7,000, of which $200,000 has not beon spent. Dr. Young said ho would effect this saving by laying off his COO men In alternate groups. lllds for Improvements In tho snnl tary district were opened last Friday. Tho Items and approximate cost In clude: Dredging of tho tnnlnchnnnel from Robey street to Summit, $070, 000; copper cables, $200,000; 0,000 arc lights for the business section of tho city. $150,OC(. Tho trustees decided to voyago to St. Louis, starting Sep tember l.j, and hear complaints en route regarding damages from over flows. Following are the standing com mittees of tho city council: Finance Rlcbcrt, chairman; Hard ing, Emerson, Reading, Cormak, Law. Icy, Bellfuss, SItts, Egan, Krumholz, LIppb, Wilson, Twlgg, Kearns, Ryan (34) Dom., D; Rep., 6. Local transportation Dlock, chair man; Rlchert, Carr, Long, Schultz, Clancy, Healy, Stewart, Capltaln, Ltpps, Ilyldabl, Twlgg, Derger, Fish er, Donahoo Dem., 0; Rep., G. Harbors, wharves and bridges Lit tler, chairman; Kenna, Ryan (4), Long, Nance, Czckala, Bronnan, Gel ger, Baulor, Hey, Thomson, Emerson, Holding, Hazen, Ryan (34) Dem., 9; Rep., C. Gas, oil and ol'octrio light Cermak, chairman; Bellfus, Hey, Ryan (4), SItts, Haderleln, Long, Walkowiak, Twlgg, Block, Stowart, Janoviky, Vavrlcok, Bowler, Kearns, Dem., 9; Rep., C. Goodrich Transit Company TO Callauut Rouad GEORGIAN BAT maaM aaa aarw TO MACKINAW ISLAND AND THE S00 Vw.Vw Til IIIIWAIIarirC Du 'A.M. 1 fifl IN SIGHT OF LAND IU miLTTAURXB Nlahtlr BiOO P. M. epleW ALL THE WAY DOCKS FOOT OP MICHIOAN AVENUE CITY TICKET OFFICE: 58 WEST ADAMS STREET First-Class Garage 2630 Wabash Avenue N. M. CONNERY, Proprietor Best Equipped Garage in Chicago. Electric Trucks Charged. Automobile Truck Storage and Gar age Space for Rent. The Factory is the Place to Buy FURS Every Description Fur Repairing and Rembdelintf at Most Reaaonabla Prices GEORGE W. PAULLIN Fourth Floor Stowart Bldtf. Fourth Floor N. W. Cornor Stato and Wafthlatfton St Local industries Fisher, chairman; Schultz, Krumholz, Mayor, McDon ald, Pretzel, Carr, Lawloy, Wllsoa, Klaus, SItts, McDermott, Cullertoo, Schacffer, Bergen Dem., 11; Rep., 4. Judiciary legislation, elections and rules Donahoo, chairman; Utpatel, KJellander, Hnzen, Mayer, Walko wiak, Capltaln, Toman, Helwlg, Pow ers, Ilyldabl, Bewersdorf, Pltte, Mc lncrney, Ahcarn, Bauler, Holding Dem., 12; Rep., S. Streets, alleys, taxation, enroot nomenclature Healy, chairman; Mc Donald, Pretzel, Kenna, Utpatel, Mc Dermott, Egan, Kunz, Swift, Cross, Hey, Holding, Klaus, Hadorloln, To man. Dem., 10; Rep., G. Llccnso Ryan (34), chairman; Cermak, Burns, Norrls, Ahern, Krum holz, Tcarnoy, Utpatel, Janovsky. Cross, Bowler, Ryan (4), Vavrlcok) Pltte, Bradshaw. Dem., 10; Rep., 6. Buildings and city hall Thomson, chairman; Klaus, Coughlln, Bowors dorf, K'cllander, Tearnoy, Carr, Clancy, Llpps, Helwlg, Walkowiak, Littler, Swift, Powers, Hyldahl. Dem., 10; Rep., 6. Schools, fire, police, civil aervlce Gelger, chairman; Martin, Czckala, Toman, Kenna, Helwlg, Burns, Hard ing, Block, Mnycr, Vavrlcck, Mclaer noy, Rlchert, Bewersdorf, Bradshaw. Dem., 11; Rep., 4. Health Nance, chairman; Culler ton, Coughlln, Ahearn, Schacfor, Nor rls, Lawloy, Pretzel, McDermott, Tcarncy, Kunz, Mclncrney, Martin Brcnnnn, Bradshaw. Dem., JO; Rep., 5. Water Wilson, chairman; Kuni, Burns, Coughlln, Brennan, Schacffer, Norrls, Powers, Thomson, KJollandcr, Egan, Littler, Cross, Stowart, Swift Dom., 8; Rep., 7. Special park commission Aid. Bell fuss, chairman; Aldermen Harding, Schultz, Capltaln, Bergen, Hazei, Cullerton, Haderleln, McDonald, Clancy and Martin; Oscar F. Mayer, Peter 8. Goodman, Jena Jensen, F. A. LIndstrand, Samuel J. Rosenblatt, Cy ril Fiala, George Landau, Paul Drzy maUkl, tho Rev. Julius Rappaport, Charles H. RIchtcr, Charles Bock, Francis T. Simmons, Joseph Donners berger, William Kolacck, Jamea B. McFatrlch, Frank P. Danlscb. Bathing beaches Aid. Long, chair man; Gelger, Pltte, Healy, Bowler. Compcnsatlqn-L-Ald. Reading, chair man; Ryan (34), Bellfuss, LIppe, Harding, Krumholz. Track elevation Aid. Janovsky, chairman; Fisher, Emerson, Kearne, Reading, Donahoo, Bauler, Nance, Czekala. Following are tho homo games of tho Chicago Whlto Sox: Cleveland Sopt. 5, C, 7, 8 Boston Sopt. 10, 11, 12 Now York Sept. 13, 14, 15 Philadelphia Sept. 17, 18, 19 Washington Sept. 20, 21, 22 St. Louis Sept. 29 Comlskey Park, 35th and ShleldB Ave. $37.50 Trip EVERY SATURDAY ir.M. OF ,5Ate ,S ""