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,' " WS 7V"".;'""'V?'SV'W Kv- S"Y '7'W $".'' vkF,'T'.yi,v,rf''" f-V v '- -' .'V'' I THf KM rAV.' V V 'V f ' I f THE! CHICAGO EAOLC. POLITICAL TALK rlurd from tht Various Campi During tht Weak About Man Prominant in Polities. What the Leaders Are Doing and What People Have to Say About Them. Gov. Thomas R. Marshall of Indi ana, Democratic nominee for vice president, will speak In Illinois Imme diately preceding Gov. Wilson's return trip to tho state next month. Gov. Wilson Is slated to appear at the state fair In Springfield on Oct. 0, and In Chicago the following day. Gov. Mar shall's Illinois dates are Oct 7 and 8. The places at which he will speak have not yet been chosen, Fred Le Roy of the speakers' bureau of the Democratic State Committee, baa arranged a schedule for Judge Dunne which will keep him downstate until Oct. 15, when the Cook County speaking campaign will be begun. James Hamilton Lewis, Democratic nominee for United 8tates Senator, will do team work with the guberna torial aspirant from now on - A Wilson and Marshall Young .Men's Club has been formed with of ficers as follows: President W. Francis Corby. Vice-Presidents Leo V. Rocder, Dootlus II. Sullivan, Theodore R. Tyler. Secretary Martin Walsh. Treasurer Harry Magar. ' Committees Organization, Leo J. Doyle, chairman; finance, P. J, Byrne, chairman; university nlumnl, Oeorgo Arthur Kelly, chairman; speakers, James C. O'Brien, chairman; cam paign literature James V. McGlllcn, chairman. Fred W. Blockl will bo. elected a member of tho Hoard of Review by a big plurality. Mr. Dlockl Is well known to tho voters of Chicago and Cook County. Ills splendid record as City Treasurer and as Commissioner Professional Card's Goodrich.' Vincent & Bradley Lawyera Th Rookery, Chleago Adams A. Goodrich William A. Vincent Ralph R. Bradley Wabash 480 y ROSS C. HALL LAWYER HOB AaUaad Black CHICAGO asu-a..... Cass! MB fJBVffVBBV WMBB) WWW Telephone Randolph 2037 Benj.F.Richolson ATTORNEY AT LAW Pint National Bank Building, Chicago Telephone Central 960. L. D. Condeje ATTORNEY and COUNSELOR AT LAW 31 North Dearborn St. liwUvir.JilurtfN ATTORNEY x AT-LAW RECTOR BUIUMNQ CHICAOO aaflflflflflBBMSflflflV, BBBBBBBBBhM " '" 'rfSSBBBBB. vJBBBBBBBBBBBBBBaHBBBBBl BSBBBBBBBBBBBST 7" ' W BBSBk m BBSBBBBBBBBBM i ' fiaSBBBL SSBBBBBSBSSi JtdsBsT'cS FaBa .BBBBBBBBBBSW .aBBBBBBBBBBBBBrZaVBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBMw. .eaVBBBBBBftPeaVBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBl LYNDEN Democratic Nominee for Election t of Public Works commends his candi dacy for member of the Board of Ro vlow to all classes. Robert E. Wilson will rcceivo the solid Democratic vote for re-election to the Legislature In tho Sixth Dis trict. His great victory for tho nomi nation at tho primary, when ho ran nway from the rest of tho candidates, shows how well bo stands wjth tho rank and fllo of tho party. Lynden Evans should provo a win ner for ro-clcctlon to Congress in the Ninth district. His record during his first term has been a clean, ablo and brilliant ono In overy respect. It has showed him to bo at alt times a faith ful and hard working ropresentatlvo of tho people Arthur W. Fulton proposes to mako a whirlwind campaign for Congress in Jaii Hamilton Lewis ATTORNEY ana COUNSELLOR CaamercM Nadaail iaak Ntf. FfuuitM.Laww LatyFUAtr Faeae Coatral t Lowes & Richards Attorneys at Law 127 N. Dearborn St. CHICAGO Spencer Ward LAWYER Rooter Building Clark and Monro Street CHICAGO Teloeheae Cwml 41 I C.LC6U10IIAW Attomi it Law MM, It US I . :1t Teleafceae Central Ml Asa G. Adams LAWYER 7i Waal Ifoaroa Street CHICAGO EVANS, o Congress In the Ninth District. tho Sixth district. His fine record In tho city council, coupled with his widespread popularity, makes his can dldacy a strong ono with all classes of voters. Spencer Ward will provo tho right man in the right placo as Chief Jus tice of tho Municipal Court. Ono of tho strongest and most pop ular candidates on tho Democratic ticket is Joseph F. Conncry, nominee for County Recorder. His clean rec ord Is woll known and overybody that knows him likes and respects him. Ho should provo a winner. Joseph C. Blaha earned a wide spread popularity In tho Nineteenth District by his fino record In tho Leg islaturo. Mr. niaha Is tho typo of man tho pcoplo need In office Ablo, ener getic and fearless, ho Is at all times PROFIMIONAL CARD. William D. Munhair ATTORNEY AT LAW 1616 Aehland Block CUrk and Randolph Stt. CHICAGO Telephone Randolph 3321 CUytMB.Cr.ru Qo. M. MtttM Crafts & Stevens Attorneys and Counselors at Law Neome 817, ! and 919 TOOK EXOHANOE SLDO. TUphOB Mala 107 Prank II. Novak Cbarlc. W.Novak NOVAK NOVAK Attorneys at Law Suite 408, 69 W. Washington St. Phone Central SSSO 7H W.IIMI St, We Patau Pkon.W.P.19 CHICAGO Christopher L Flood ATTOMEY AT UW 112 N. Labile St, Saite 45 CHICAGO TiliihiiM. Male 1079, AitoMtlt Ilill rjEPf ( s. c Arnanr.AT.uv E. RAYMOND WILLIAMS LAWYER Bhillaelnar looking out after the people's interests. In nominating James M. Dalley for Sanitary Trustee the Democratic vot ers showed good Judgment. He Is qualified In every way for the posi tion. Joseph S. La Buy has a clean and able record to his credit as a lawyer and a citizen and his candidacy for Municipal Judge deserves to be sue cesstul. Joseph E, Bldwlll Jr.'s record as Clerk of tho Circuit Court has been commended by every judge on the Circuit bench. Ho should be ro-olected. Voters of tho Ninth District are go ing to re-elect their able and faithful Congressman, Lynden Evans, by a big plurality. Walter E. Schmidt should win with enso for re-election as County As sessor. Ills record on the Hoard has been a clean, honest and able one In every respect. The re-election of Charles W. Vail as Clerk of the Superior Court Is pre dicted on nil sides. Ho has made an excellent record. Tho re-election of John J. McLaugh lin to tho Legislature from tho Nine teenth District Is a foregone conclu sion. As everybody Is with him, the election won't even bo close. Ono of tho ablest, hardworking and most popular public officials In Cook County Is County Assessor Walter E. Schmidt. His record is a clean and ablo ono without a blemish on It. He deserves a re-election. John E. Malonoy should 'prove an easy winner for County Commissioner. 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The Democrats couldn't have named a better man. Hugh J. Kearns deserves your vote for Municipal Judge. He has a fine record to his credit as a lawyer and he will make a splendid judge. Illinois Democrats are looking for ward with great pleasure to the elec tion of Col, James Hamilton Lewis to the United States Senate. Stephen A. Malato's candidacy for Municipal Judge on the Democratic ticket is daily growing stronger. His clean and able record Is well known and ho will make a good judge. Albert J. Hopkins is entitled to an election to that vacancy In tho United States Senate. That ho will bo Is tho earnest wish of nine-tenths of the peo ple of Illinois. Lynden EvanB will bo re-elected to Congress In the Ninth District by a handsome plurality. Charles W. Vail has made a splendid record as Clerk of the Superior Court, and his re-election by a handsomo plurality Is predicted on all sides. Among the leaders In Chicago financial and business world no man stands higher In the estimation of the people than Albert O. Wheeler. In Thomas A. Smyth, President of tho Sanitary District, the people have an honest and fearless public official. Capt. James H. Karroll looks like an easy winner for tho legislature In tho Twenty-ninth District. His popularity extends to every part of tho district. Make the third rail roads "elevate" in every county In Illinois. morataioMAL ai T.taphoBHJ5Jl0nra1.',jcJ37 Morton T. Culver Attorney at law 829431 Stock Exchange Building CHICAGO , RMtacf,aisct,IU. Phone Franklin 2310 Auto. 31-Oi8 ANDREW DONOVAN Attorney and Counsellor at Law 154 West Randolph Street Metropolitan Block, Chicago La Sails and Randolph Streets A. A. Worsley Attorney and Counsellor at Law Suite 1010 No. 170 West Washington SUee CHICAGO Tafestau STie Mala kicMMQ,ia MUNICIPAL NEWS Some Items of Interest From the Public Offices About Occur rences of the Week. Operating expenses of tho Chicago Public Library will be kept at a mini mum until Jan. 1, according to a reso lution adopted by its directors Monday night. Tho resolution calling for re trenchment was introduced by Judge Henry V. Freeman, and reads: "Ke solved, That nil oporntlng expenses of tho Chicago Public Library bo cut down to a minimum pending n decision of tho Supremo Court ot Illinois re garding tho legality ot the tax exten sions for 1012." Official notice of tho approach of wlntor was taken in tho City Hall this week, when Superintendent of Streets Frank J. Solon sent notices to corpo rations who Book permits for opening streets that nothing but emergency permits would bo Issued after Oct. IS. Plans for Improvement work to bo taken up at onco In thrco new small parks on tho west side under the su pervision ot tho west park commis sioners wero mado public Wednesday by William Kolacok, president ot tho west park board. Tho new small park sito at West 18th and South Wood streets, which Is located In ono of tho most thickly populated sections of tho city, is to have n fleidlioiiHo with gymnnsluni, nsscmbly hull, library, reading rooms and other facilities. Special bath provisions and a wading pool for children are also to bo con tained In this pleasure ground. The sito ot this Biuall pnrk, which covers eight acres, was purchased by tho pnrk board nt a cost ot 1280,000, and tho building to bo erected thereon will cost from 17G,000 to $200,000. Tho sites committee of tho board of education Is engaged In selecting sites for the expenditure of next year's building fund. This fund, It Is ex pected, will bo from $3,000,000 to $4, 500,000. The commltteo held a long session on Tuesday and passed tho afternoon examining sites on the west side. Thero nro under consideration ISO sites for new buildings, additions to present buildings and additions to playgrounds. Tho sale of Impure Ice cream In Chicago should bo stopped. Following nro the standing com mittees of the city council: Finance Rlchcrt, chairman; Hard ing, Emerson, Reading, Cormak, Law ley, Betlfu8s, Sltts, Egan, Krumholi, Llpps, Wilson, Twlgg, Kearns, Ryan (34) Dem., 9; Rep., 0. Local transportation Block, chair man; Rlchcrt, Carr, Long, Schultx, Clancy, Healy, S.tewart, Capltatn, Llpps, Hyldahl, Twlgg, Berger, Fish er, Donabore Dem., 9; Rep., 0. Harbors, wharves and bridges Lit tler, chairman : Kenna, Ryan (4) Long, Nance, Czckala, Brennan, Qel ger, Bauler, Hey, Thomson, Emerson, Holding, Hazen, Ryan (34) Dem., 9; Rep., 0. Gas, oil and electric light Cermak, chairman; Bellfus, Hoy, Ryan (4), Goodrich Transit Company TO Caatlauotit Rouad Trip 007 CA GEORGIAN BAY M"u"dB'rth $J.DU TO MACKINAW ISLAND TO MILWAUKEE KkSKlS 100 DOCKS FOOT OF CITY TICKET OFFICE: First-Class Garage 2630 Wabash Avenue N. M. CONNCRY, 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 OP Every Description Fur Repairing and Remodeling at Most Reasonable Prices GEORGE W. PAULLIN Fourth Floor Stewart Bldd. Fourth Floor N. W. Corner State and Washington St. Sltts, Haderleln, Long, Walkowlak, Twlgg, Block, Stewart, Janovsky, Vnvrlcek, Bowler, Kearns, Dem., 9; Rep., 6. Local Industries Fisher, chairman; Schultz, Krumholz, Mayer, McDon ald, Pretzel, Carr, Lawley, Wilson, Klaus, Sltts, McDermott, Cullertoa, Schaeffer, Bergen Dem., 11; Rep., 4. Judiciary legislation, elections and rules Donahoe, chairman; Utpatel, Kjollandcr, Hazen, Mayer, Walko wlak, Capltaln, Toman, Helwlg, Pow ers, Hyldahl, Bewcrsdorf, Pltte, Mo Inerney, Ahcarn, Bauler, Holding Dem., 12; Rep., 6. Streets, alleys, taxation, etreet nomenclature Healy, chairman; Mo Donald, Pretzel, Kenna, Utpatel, Mc Dermott, Egan, Kunz, Swift, Cross. Hey, Holding, Klaus, Haderleln, Te man. Dem., 10; Rep., 5. License Ryan (34), chairman; Cermak, Burns, Norrls, Ahorn, Krum holz, Tcarney, Utpatel, Janovsky, Cross, Bowler, Ryan (4), Vavrloek, Pltte, Bradsbaw. Dem., 10; Rep., I. Buildings and city hall Thomson, chairman; Klaus, Coughlln, Bewere dorf, K'cllander, Tearney, Carr, Clancy, Llpps, Helwlg, Walkowlak. Littler, Swift, Powers, Hyldahl. Dem., 10; Rep., C. Schools, fire, police, civil service Gclgcr, chairman; Martin, Czckala, Toman, Kenna, Helwlg, Burns, Hard ing, Block, Mayer, Vavrlcok, Mclaer ncy, Rlchcrt, Bewcrsdorf, Bradsbaw. Dem., 11; Rep., 4. Health Nance, chairman; Culler ton, Coughlln, Ahearn, Schaefer, Nor rls, Lawley, Pretzel, McDermott, Tcarney, Kunz, Mclncrney, Martin Brennan, Bradshaw. Dem., 30; Rep., E. Water Wilson, chairman; Kuns, Burns, Coughlln, Brennan, Schaeffer, Norrls, Powers, Thomson, KJellander, Cgan, Littler, Cross, Stewart, Swift Dem., 8; Rop., 7. Special pnrk commission Aid. Bell fuss, chairman; Aldermen Harding, Schultz, Capltaln, Bergen, Hazea, Ctillorton, H a d o r 1 o 1 n, McDonald. Clancy and Martin; Oscar F. Mayer, Peter 8. Goodman, Jens Jensen, F. A. Llndstrand, Samuol J. Rosenblatt, Cy ril Fiala, Gcorgo Landau, Paul Dny malskl, tho Rev. Julius Rappaport, Charles H. Rlchter, Charles Bock. Francis T. Simmons, Joseph Donnera berger, William Kolacck, Jamea B. McFatrlch, Frank P. Danlscb. Bathing beaches Aid. Long, chair man; Gclger, Pltte, Healy, Bowler. Compensation Aid. Reading, chair man; Ryan (34), Belltuss, Llpps, Harding, Krumholz, Track clovatlon Aid. Janovsky, chairman; Fisher, Emerson, Kearns, Reading, Donahoe, Bauler, Nance, Czckala. John J. McLaughlin will, as usual, provo an easy wlnnor for the Legisla ture In tho Nineteenth district. All clnssos of voters In tho district are with him. EVERY SATURDAY a P.M. AND THE S00 iJ;'k IN SIGHT OF LAND ALL THE WAY MICHIGAN AVENUE 58 WEST ADAMS STREET ' tjiJt'&Jtiij,liy'Lt. 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