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Dunne, 1525 Wicker Park Ave., Chlcugo. 0 Mcdlll McCormlck, 909 Lake Shore Drive, Chicago. 10 Geo. W. Paullin, 1908 Sheridan Road, Evanston. 11 James E. Harloy, 271 Benton St., Aurora. 12 Fred E. Sterling, 1008 N. Main St., Rockford. 13 Jas. P. Ovorholzor, Sterling. 14 Walter A. Rosenflcld, Rack Island. 15 Chas. H. Williamson, 124 Wost Ave., Qulncy. 1G Garrett DoP. Kinney, 710 Moss Ave., Peoria. 17 Frank L. Smith, Dwlght. 18 Chas. P. Hitch, Paris. 19 Henry P. Harris, Montlcello. 20 Ray N. Anderson, Plttsfleld. 21 Jas. E. McClure, Carllnvllle. 22 Thos. Williamson, Edwardsvllle. 23 Geo. A. Brown, Brownstown. 24 Pleasant T. Chapman, Vlonna. 25 Henry H. Kohn, Anna. County Executive Committee. Headquarters 801 Otis Bldg. Chairman David F. Matchett. Vice Chairman John C. Cannon. Secretary William II. Webor. Assistant Secretary Emll J. Wonts laff. Treasurer Edward R. Lltzlnger. Ward. 1 Francis P. Brady, 119 E. 20th St. 2 Martin B. Madden, 709 Tacoran Bldg. 3 Robert R. Levy, 4C39 Pralrlo Ave. 4 Oeorgo J. Fesor, 2732 Shields Ave. C Edward R. Lltzlnger, 29 S. La Salle St. 0 Roy O. West,. 1340 First National Bank Bldg. 71. N. Powell,'G820 Burnott Avo. 8 Walter E. Schmidt, 208 S. La Salle St. . - 9 Edward E. Ertsman, 11300 For- restvlllo Avo. 10 Thomas Curran, 2023 S. Raclno Ave. c I. . ...Wi.r,.. . .- 'Highly Respected Judge BBBBBBBBBBB'V LLLI H9RRR& "JRje BaRaRaRaRaRaRaRaRaV HmB., ;:-bbbbbbbH ijHkI BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB IjHHeT'H BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBSBB RRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR':'4RRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR 11 Charles V. Barrett, 29 S. La Sallo St. 12 A. W. Miller, Chamber of Com merce Bldg. 13 David W. Clark, 3125 Warren Avo. 14 A. N. Todd, 515 N. Hamlin Ave. 15 NlelB Juul, 2C45 Potomac Avo. 1C .Joseph P. Klnsclla, 1525 Wicker Park Ave. 17 Lewis D. 8ltts, 1471 Grand Ave. 18 H. K. Galpln, 1G35 Jackson Blvd. 19 Christopher Mamer, 720 Reaper Block. 20 Morris Eller, 1301 S. Peoria St. 21 Oscar Hcbcl, 1105 Schiller Bldg. 22 Chas. a. Kempf, 913 Concord PI. 23 E. J. Ilrundage, 110 S. Dearborn St. 24 L. A 25 Geo. Rd. Brttndage, 2210 Clifton Ave. K. Schmidt, 4228 Sheridan 20 John C. Cannon, 4047 N. Horml- tago Ave. 27 LeRoy Miller, 5922 Nlckorson Avo. 28 Joseph F. Haas, 2712 Fullorton Ave. 29 Ernest Wlthall, 1941 W. Garfield Blvd. 20 Thomas J. Healy, 5415 S. May St. 31 Wm. H. Reld, 1335 Garfield Blvd. 32 Charles A. Williams, 122 8. Michi gan Ave. 33 George Hltzman, 500 County Bldg. 34 Sol. P. Roderick, 1328 S. Spauldlng Avo. 35 Chas. J. Peters. Country Districts. Poter Anker, South Holland. William 11. Weber, 315 County Bldg. . Poter M. Hoffman, COO County Bldg. Joseph Carolan. William Busse, Mount Prospect. Dr. Frank H. Anderson, 1413 Sher man Ave., Evanston.. BUDD F0K DEFENSE President of the "L" Lines Con tributes 25 Memberships to Committee on Military Engineering. Tho Chicago Elevated linos have como to tho support of preparedness for national defense. ,Tho support takes tho form of a contribution of twenty-five memberships In tho Joint commltteo on military engineering. This organization Is mado up of mom bora of all of tho various engineering socletlos in Chicago. In a letter to tho commlttoo, Brltton I. Budd, president of the elovatod lines, expressed his appreciation of the ob jects of tho organization and stated that twenty-five men would bo cbosoa from among tho employes of his com pany to become active members. Lectures will be given by various of ficers In tho regular army from time to time. Tho organization' Intends to be prepared to offer Its services to the government In tlmo of need. Francis J. Houlihan n one of the most highly respected lawyera at the Chicago bar. ...... of the Superior Court. STATE REALTY BOARD Cook County Real Estate Board Takes Steps to Organ ize One. A movement has been Btarted by tho Cook County Real Estate Board looking to the organization of a state wide association of real estato boards. At its monthly meeting the following resolution was adopted: "Whereas, Unity and cooperation is the watchword of the present day; and "Whereas, There Is an urgent need for this unity and co-operation among real estate brokers and real estate owners throughout the state of Illi nois; "Therefore, Bo It Resolved, That the Cook County Real Estate Board take Immediate stops to bring about a state organization of real estate boards throughout the state of Illi nois. "Bo It further Resolved, That the president of tho Cook County Real Es tate Board carry out the purposo of this resolution." LOWER GAS RATES Samuel Insull Makes an Appeal to the City Council on the Subject. Samuel Insull, chairman of the board of directors of tho gas com pany, addressed an appeal to the coun cil committee on gas, oil, and electric light asking Immediate consideration of tho company's proposal to lower rates In return for permission to sell gas on heat unit Instead of the pres ent candlo power basis. "If It Is the intention of your com mitteo to withhold a decision upon tho question of a chango to a heat unit standard until after the valua tion of the company's property Is com pleted," Mr. Insull says In his letter, AUGUST Republican National "Wo ask that you advlso us of that Intention. "In order to provont delay wo woro caroful to proposo at tho outset that the rates should not bo regarded as binding for any definite period, but merely ns a schedule to bo utilized until the valuation of the company's proporty Is completed and tho ratos shown to be Justified." REPUBLICANPLATFORM Outline of the State Declaration Announced by the Party Leaders at Springfield. Republican loaders In session nt Sprlngflold announced that the stato platform would demand: 1. Preparedness, adequato and Im mediate, with spoclal emphasis on a strong navy. 2. A tariff commission. 3. A constitutional convention for Illinois. I, Restoration to Chicago of homo rule for its local public utilities. 5. An exocutlvo budget. G. Revision and simplification of tho stato primary nnd election laws. 7. Tho adoption of tho proposed tax amendment. UPHAM IN BIG DEMAND Fifty-five Thousand People Have Already Made Requests of Him for Convention Tickets. Fred W. Upham, who did moro than any other one man to bring tho Re publican convention to Chicago, has already received flfty-flvo thousand requests for ttckots of admission. Not moro than 10,000 of these applica tions can got rosults, Mr. Upham said, and preforonco will be given to the subscribers to tho fund that landed tho "world's greatest political con vention" for Chicago when Mr. Up ham and his local committee wero fighting for subscriptions last wlntor. Judge Harry P. Doian baa made a good record in the Municipal Court ArtffiWBKr IPbbBBBRbV. fi'Uff$$&& lBBBLLV MmKBm-'lmmmkz .afaReaB BBBn&lv"-BiaVBaLI? BBEBEvI 9BH&'rflBK BBBBH IBHkbVBBP ' RjHWsW;' BBRRRRRRRRH BHbbKI&P?!'- AWj W.byJBRRRRRRRH K''Vt --: ' ' aaBBBLM I BBBBBBBBBBBBBBR RBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBf LRRRRRRRRLm r iBLLLLLLLLLLLw RRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRA jBbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbR RRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRb 'bbbRbRbRbRbRbRbRbbRbRvT SMITH FOR 'HOME RULE' Candidate for Governor Writes Medill McCormick About It. Col. Frank L. Smith of Dwlght, Re publican candidate for the governor ship nomination, In reply to a letter from Medill McCormlck, comes out In favor of "homo rule," a stato budget system, a constitutional convention and an economy and efficiency reor ganization of the stato's business sys tem. "Let me say at the outset that I be lieve In the general principle of 'home rule," wroto Col. Smith. "Chicago, like the stato In general, Is suffering from a lack of concentra tion of her efforts. She has too many spending agencies; too many boards and commissions. In so far as the state call do so, It should help Chi cago to tho authority to consolidate her municipal undertakings. You say truly that tho special legislation asked by Chicago Is a chronic burden upon tho assembly. For tho sake of tho city, In which tho wholo stato has a Just prldo, and for tho sako of tho re mainder of tho stato as well, Chicago should bo enabled to do for herself tho things that affect her wclfaro ex clusively, and should relievo tho rest of tho state from controversy ovor such matters. I do not bellevo tho wholo stato should bo mado to suffer a headache every tlmo Chicago has an Indigestion. "Coming to tho specific question of Chicago's control of her public utili ties, taken from hor by tho public utilities act, my position Is that first of all thero should bo no Jurisdictional conflicts In the public service, either between two agencies of tho stato or between an agency of tho state and a municipality of tho state. Jurisdic tional conflict lnovitably means neg lected duties. "To avoid a Jurisdictional conflict and to place upon Chicago tho respon sibility for the character and cost of the service she gets from tho public W. MILLER, Delegate, Fifth District. utility companies within hor boun daries, I bollovo sho should havo re stored, through hor council, tho con trol of thoso utilities of which tho sorvlco is primarily local. But I would not recommend any other restriction of tho powers of tho publlo utilities commission." PRAISE CHICAGO "L" Gets Honorable Mention from the American Museum of Safety. at New York. Now York, Jan. 22. Tho Amorlcan MuBoum of Safoty announced today that It had awarded to tho Union Traction Company of Anderson, Ind tho Anthony N. Brady memorial med als for tho best record In accident prevention during 1915. Tho Chicago Elovatcd Railroads rocolred honor ablo mention. ILLINOIS PENSIONS Commission Created by Last Legislature Gets Busy to Save Them from Failing. Tho Illinois pension laws commis sion created by tho last legislature to estimate tho future coRts of all exist ing pension funds in Illinois, to Inves tigate tho operation of similar laws in other states and to make recommenda tions for emendation of existing laws In tho next general astoombly, mot and began its work. Tho Investigation Is likely to last for many months, and it is anticipated that Important recommendations look ing to publlo economy In tho adminis tration of pension matters will result. Donald R, Rlchborg, special attor ney for the Council committee on gas litigation, was mado "spoclal assist ant corporation counsel for the City Council and Its commltteo on schools, Are, pollco and civil sorvlco In Its In vestigation of tho finances of tho Board of Education." Tho appoint ment, mado as of May 17, 1915, means that Rlchberg will get $900 duo him as back pay on the' Investigation, of tho board's finances. REPUBLICAN NATIONAL CONVENTION DELE GATES Delegates at Large. Medill McCormlck. William B. McKlnley. William A. Rodonberg. William J. Calhoun. Roy O. West. Isaac N. Evans. Garrett DeF. Kinney. William Hale Thompson. Chicago Districts. 1 Martin B. Madden, T. George F. Harding, T. 2 Morton D. Hull, D. Charles H. Sergei. 3 Charles S. Deneen, D. William H. Weber, D. 4 David E. Shanahan, D. J. J. Ellas, T. 5 William J. Cooke, T. August W. Miller, T. C John Stman. Mathlas Wengler, D. 7 William Busso, D. A. H. Severlnghaus, T. 8 Christopher Mamer, T. Edward I. Williams, D. 9 Fred W. Upham, D. William Wrlglcy, Jr., T. 10 James Pease, D. Edward J. Brundage, N. NEWRE PUBLIC AN STATE COMMITTEE Cook County. District. Faction. 1 Adolph Marks Thompson 2 Abel Davis Deneen 3 Harry A. Lewis Deneen 4 Thomas J. FInucnno... Thompson 5 Max Lovitan Thompson C Lcland S. Rapp Sherman 7 Emll J. Wcntzlaff Deneen 8 Gust Dracgcr Thompson 9 Medill McCormlck Sherman 10 George W. Paullin Sherman Downstate. 11 Everett J. Murphy Deneen 12 Fred E. Sterling Lowdon 13 J. P. Overholser Deneen 14 W. A. Rosenflcld Sherman 15 C. H. Williamson Deneen 1C Oarrett Do F. Kinney.... Deneen 17 Frank L. Smith Deneen IS Charles P. Hitch Noncom. 19 Charles G. Eckhart Deneen 20 Arthur L. French Sherman 21 James E. McCluro Deneen 22 Thomas Williamson Deneen 23 Gcorgo A. Brown Lowden 24 Pleasant T. Chapman Deneen 23 Henry II. Kohn ., Lowdon SOME BRIEFLESS BARRISTERS BALLOT The Alleged Bar Association, Comprising About 1,500 of the 55,000 Lawyers in Chicago, Again at Its Work of Naming Judges. Tho Chicago Bar Association, com posed to somo extent of a lot of half educated lawyers with plonty of Idle tlmo on Its hands, Is again at work trying to dictate to tho pcoplo of Chi cago tho men they should havo for Judges. Tho cigarette fiends and briefless barristers in this association nro said to bo so numerous that only about 1,500 of tho 55,000 lawyers In Chicago belong to It. Tho colleges In Illinois alono turn out thrco times ns many lawyers every year as thero arc mem bers in tho Chicago Bar Association. Its primary Is tho epitome of log rolling and Its petty meanness is shown In tho way It turned down Judgo Richard E. Burke, one of tho ablest Jurists on tho bench, but bo causo he happened to bo sick in bod nt homo and unablo to attend to his own canvass. Tho returns of tho Bar Association's primary were: ' Indorsed. Judgo Martin M. Grldlcy, Dom... 1,082 Judgo Charles A. McDonald, Dom. 98G Judge William E. Dover, Dem... 801 Georgo A. Dupuy, Rep 789 John T. Richards, nonpartisan... 7G2 Judgo Robert E. Turnoy, Rep... 721 Unindorsed. Judgo William F. Coopor, Dom... 717 Judgo Richard E. Burke, Dem.... 71G Russell Whitman, nonpartisan... G14 Ilosca M. Wells, Rep ,. 5G5 Henry Utpatel, Rep 209 John J. Sullivan, Dem 180 Robert E. Crowo, Hop 150 Edward J. Herdllcka, Rep 55 Peter Slssmau, Soc 3G Edward M. Winston, Soc 31 Louis J. Dolson, Soc 2G Wtlllnm Bross Lloyd, Soc 22 Samuel niock, Sou 19 Samuel Holland, Soc 12 Indorsed. (To fill vacancy.) Androw J. Redmond, Rep SCO Unindorsed. .Tnsopli R. David, Dem 470 Daniel A. Urolz, Soc.. 15 A total of l.Srtl ballots wero sent out and 1,102 woro returned, 18 being rejected. CHAIRMAN STUCKART Popular County Treasurer Heads the New Democratic Exec utive Committee. Tho Domocrnts havo porfectcd their now organization. County Treasuror Henry Stuckart was mado chairman of tho executlvo committee, Dennis J. Egan of tho organization committee, Frank S. Ryan of tho Ilnauco Com mltteo and Rudolph L. Schapp of tho commltteo on halls and speakers, On tho executlvo commltteo besides Mr, Stuckart are Robert M. Swettzer, Dennis J.- Egan, Frank J. Walsh, A. J. Cormak, Frank S. Ryan, M. K. Sheridan, John F. O'Malloy, S. H. Kunz, Harry R. Gibbons, Michael Ken na, M. J. O'Brien, John Powers, P, A, Nash, Jacob Llndhelmor, Georgo E. Bronnan, B. J. Grogan, P. J. Carr, Fred D. Brejt, T. J. 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Corslglla Brothers' fine restaurant, at tho Southwest corner of Orleans & Illinois streets, Is a great favorite with hundreds of tho big business men and H. WEBER, Delegate, Third District. manufacturers In the vicinity. Cor slglla Brothers havo long hold a great name for tholr unrivaled Italian cook ing. Tholr Spaghetti and Ravioli have won well deserved reputations on ac count of tholr excellence. Tom N. Donnelly would make a good Mayor. Ho Is popular with every body. Louis Blegler would represent Chi cago well In Congross.