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3 t bbbL jSt t X LA VERNE Well Known REPUBLICAN COMMITTEEMEN National Republican Committeeman for Illinois William Halo Thompson. State Central Committee. Headquarters Peoria and Spring field. Chairman O. DeP. Klnnoy, Peoria. Secretary C. J. Doylo, Springfield. Treasuicr 13. A. Eokhnrt, Chicago. Dlst. 1 Adolph Marks, 115 S. Stnto St., Chlcugo. 2 Abel Davis, D125 Ellis Ave., Chi cago. 3 Harry A. Lowls, ti029 Harvard Ave., Chicago. 4 Thos. J. Plnucano, 2912 S. Loomls St., Chicago. 6 Max Lovitan, 1103 Ashland Blvd., Chicago. 6 Leland S. Itapp, 29 S. Oakloy Dlvd., Chicago. 7 Emll J. Wentzlaff, 711 N. Trumbull Ave., Chicago. 8 Loo A. Dunne, 1G25 Wicker Park Ave., Chicago. 9 Medlll McCormlck, 909 Lnko Shoro Drlvo, Chicago. 18 Geo. W. Paullln, 1908 Sheridan Road, Evanston. 11 James E. Harloy, 271 Benton St., Aurora. 12 Fred E. Sterling, 1008 N. Main St., Rockford. 13 Jas. P. Ovcrholzer, Sterling. 14 Walter A. Roscndcld, Rock Island. 15 Chas. H. Wllliamsotn 124 West Avo., Quincy. 1C Garrett DoP. Kinney, 710 Moss Ave., Peoria. 17 Frank L. Smith, Dwlght. 18 Chas. P. Hitch, Paris. 19 Honry P. Harris, Monticello. 20 Ray N. Anderson, Plttsflold. 21 Jas. E. McClure, Carllnvlllo. 22 Thos. Williamson, Edwnrdsvlllo. 23 Geo. A. Brown, Drownstown. 24 Pleasant T. Chapman, Vienna. 25 Henry II. Kohn, Anna. County Executive Committee. Hoadqunrtors S0j Otis Building. Chairman Homor K. Galpln. VIco-chulrmnn Martin II. Madden. Secretary Wllllnin II. Wober. Assistant Socrotary Emll J. Wentz laff. Treasuicr oltoy Mlllner. 1 Francis P. Brady, 119 E. 20th St. 2 Martin B. Madden, 709 Tncomn Bldg. 3 Robort R. Levy, 4C39 Pralrlo Avo. 4 Georgo J. Fosor, 2732 Shlolds Avo. 5 Edward It. Lttzlnger, 29 S. La Snllo St. C Roy O. West, 1340 First National Bank Bldg. 71. N. Powell, C82C Burnett Avo. . 8 Walter E. Schmidt, 208 S. La Sallo St. 9 Edward E. Ertsman, 11300 For- restvlllo Ave. 10 Thomas Currnn, 2023 S. Racine Ave. 11 Charles V. Barrett, 29 S. La Sallo St. ifflSfe'.'&ik "-""WWHWH is,. THEODORE Popular Chicago W. NOYE8, Manufacturer. 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 Niels Juul, 2C45 Potomac Avo. 1C Joseph P. Kinsella, 1525 Wicker Park Avo. 17 Lowls D. Sltts, 1471 Grand Avo. 18 H. K. Galpln, 1C35 Jackson Blvd. 19 Christopher Mamer, 720 Reapor Block. 20 Morris Eller, 1301 S. Peoria St. 21 Oscar Hcbcl, 1105 Sclilllor Bldg. 22 Chas. G. Kcmpf, 913 Concord PI. 23 E. J. Brundago, 110 S. Dearborn St. 21 L. A. Brundago, 2210 Clifton Avo. 25-Gco. K. Schmidt, 4228 Sheridan ltd. 2C John C. Cannon, 4047 N. Horml- tago Ave. 27 Loltoy Miller, 5922 Nlckcrson Avo. 28 Joseph P. Hans, 2712 Fullorton Ave. 29 Ernest Witllall, 1941 W. Garflold Blvd. 20 Thomas J. Hcaly, 5415 S. May St 31 Wm. II. Hold, 1335 Garfield Blvd. 32 Charles A. Williams, 122 S. Michi gan Avo. 33 George Hltzman, 500 County Bldg. 34 Sol. P. Roderick, 1328 S. Spauldlng Avo. 35 Chas. J. Peters. Country Districts. Poior Anker, South Holland. William II. Wober, 315 County Bldg. Peter M. Hoffman, 500 County Bldg. Joseph Cnrolan. William Busso, Mount Prospect. Dr. Frank II. Anderson, 1413 Sher mnn Ave., Evanston. ASK AID F0RTAX BILLS County Commissioners and Others Boost Two Senate Measures. Piesidcnt Peter Rolnberg of the county board and county commission ers, with civic bodies and public of ficials genui ally, nro out with n print ed pamphlet petition asking support of somite bills No. 44 and No. 100 pending in the legislature at Spring fiold. Both aio tax measures one seeks to validate a tax lovy doclored h regular in n Supremo Court decision and the other monsuro smooths out soino (ueutlnunblo points In tho so called Juul law. Tho total amount of taNos Involved in tho Ihhuo Is about $3,000,000. Piesltloiit Peter Reinborg In a letter Included In tho petition, says : "If tlieso objections are finally sus tained it not only cilpplcs tho coun ty finances generally, but it causes special suffering and hardship to tho waids of tho county, tho aged, Infirm and helpless benollclarles of tho va rious charities maintained by tho county nt public expouso, whoso ap propriations under tho present laws aro tho (list to bo affected by n dim inution of taxes." OEHNE, Business Man. CHICAGO BANKERS OBJECT TO PLAN Chicago bankers opposo tho pro posed ordlnanco now before tho coun cil for city supervision of private banks. Tho reasons advanced against tho passage- of tho ordlnanco aro as fol lows: 1. Unprecedented. 2. Questionable constitutionality. 3. Would provldo another oxcuso for blocking proposed state legisla tion. 1. Would not provldo for regulation of downstato prlvato banks. 15. Very llttlo or no tlmo would bo gained it legislature docs net this ses sion. C. Incorporation under tho banking laws of this stato Is essential to suc cessful modern banking: (n) In order to provldo definlto capital and liability. (b) In order to provldo double lia bility. (c) In order to dlstrlbuto responsi bility for ownership, control, direc tion and management. (d) In order to pormlt satisfactory auditing. (o) In ordor to provldo for propor supervision nnd regulation. (f) In ordor to proxont Interrup tion of business upon death of princi pal. 'g) In order to scpnrato bank in vestments from thoso of principal. 7. Confusion of public over still an other class of bank created by ordi nance 8. Certainty of public mistaking llccnso by tho city for Indorsement of tho city. 9. Necessity of prlvnto banks hav ing to adjust their affairs twice whon state enacts law. 10. Might tncrcaso number of prl vato bank failures If not given nmplo tlmo to convert nssots in ordor that thoy might comply. 11. City probably would not de posit own funds In "city banks." 12. City comptroller not equipped to porform highly technical and ox pert duties provided by ordinance. 13. Soino existing stato banks with $200,000 capital might surrondor chnrtors and become "city banks." 14. Effoct would bo similar to that of branch banking. 15. Public monaco if many "city banks" are established. NEWREPUBLICAN STATE COMMITTEE Cook County. District. Faction. 1 Adolph Mnrks Thompson 2 Abol Davis Donecn 3 Harry A. Lewis Denoon 4 Thomas J. Flnucnno... Thompson 5 Max Lovitan Thompson 0 Leland S. Rupp Sherman 7 Emll J. Wontzlaff peneen 8 Gust Draegor Thompson 9 Medlll McCormlck Sherman 10 Georgo W. Paullln Shorman Downstate. 11 Evorott J. Murphy Donecn 12 Fred E. Sterling Lowden 13 J. P. Ovorholsor Deneen 14 W. A. Rosonflold Shorman 15 C. H. Williamson Doneen 10 Garrett Do F. Kinney.... Doneen 17 Frank L. Smith Doncon 18 Charles P. Hitch Noncom. 19 Charles G. Eckhart Doneen 20 Arthur L. Fronch Shorman 21 James E. McCluro Denoon 22 Thomas Williamson Doneen 23 Georgo A. Brown Lowden 24 Pleasant T. Chapman Deneen 25 Henry II. Kohn Lowden Judge Edward T. Glennon, the well known railroad lawyer, Is respected by bench, bar and public. lUf i Jam"."" " nSWUL&Yl IHRf9LLHIlkBm jm , 'kffiil$$M sBBBBBBnsSKsBBBBBBBBKi .aslsBBK?. , jtWal tfHiBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBjr .jbbbbVbi liw-Htflffsf fT ' Jlif i $SbH bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbV. 4 SKWi 1 .wSK BLLLLLLHfcwflft W&3 'M bbbbbbbbbbbV l?Hkw v9H SSSSSSSSSSSSSB ' -"flBBBTBBBBafc. ' rSfcBB bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbV Xi, J!w bbbbbv vJgin PBjHl " bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbV. B, BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBSL i IbBbBbBbBbBbBJBB&BJH FOR I1. S. SENATOR Albort J. Hopkins of Aurora, for mor United States senator, with n good record, is In tho Hold for elec- J tion to tno Scnnto next year. Other candidates on tho Republi can side, tnlkcd of aro: Medlll McCormlck, William H. Stead, William Halo Thompson, B. M. Chlppcrllcld, Fred W. Uphnm. A senatorial raco In 1918 in Illinois is bound to bring tho old G. O. P. nnd progressive fight to tho foro again. Recent developments in tho oust, where efforts liao been mado to roplaco William R. Wlllcox as chair man of tho Republican national com mittee, nnd George W. Perkins' nctlv tty Indicate nn Inclination on tho part of certain bull tnooso to split things up again. Harold kites nnd Raymond Robins hnvo boon laying tholr lines quietly here, and whllo Roosovqlt might personally llko to sco McCor mlck get tho toga It Is bollocd that Ickcs and Robins would not. NEW CONSTITUTION COMING Supporters of tho movo for a con stitutional convention are confident that tho fiftieth general assembly will adopt n resolution to submit tho ques tion to a voto of the people. Ton votes wcro lacking whon tho at tempt was mado to put It through tho houso on March 31, 1915, attor tho sen ate had given tho resolution tho re quired two-thirds majority. Fifty out of tho ninety-two mombora who voted for tho resolution In tho forty-ninth session will return to tho fiftieth. Tho supporters of tho "con- KICKHAM SCANLAN, Hlchly Esteemed Judge of the Circuit Court. con" declare thoy know that thoy may count upon not less than thtrty-olght of tho forty-two who tako tho places of tho othors being with thorn. Twenty of tho thirty-two mombors who voted against tho resolution bo foro woro io elected to the houso, which, opponents of tho plan say, Is a hotter showing than tho other sldo mndo. Slxteon of tho seventeen whoso names do not appear on tho roll call wcro roolccted, nnd it is reusonablo to supposo that most of them will dodge tho Issuo again and bo nbsont whon tho voto Is taken In tho noxt houso. It Is then necessary for tho pro motors of n convention to got tholr strength from tlio now mombors. This thoy say thoy can do nnd thoy havo hopos of winning over soma of tho thirty-two who voted against thorn In tho Inst Hosslon. No pledgos havo boon exacted from tho mombors this year, according to roport. Georgo 13. Colo, Shelby M. For best results sow Barnard's Seeds Illustrated Catalog of Seeds. Bulbs and Plants FREE upon Application THE W. W. BARNARD CO. Long Distance Telephone, Franklin 635 231-235 West Madison Street, CHICAGO, ILLINOIS Singleton and tholr associates In tho organisations that always havo boon behind tho convention movo havo started to work rounding up the mombors. NATURALIZATION Aliens resident within Cook county may fllo declarations of intention to become citizens, or petitions for nat uralization beforo tho clerks of tho following named courts: United Stutcs District court, room GOO Federal building. Superior court, room 437 County building. Circuit court, room 112 County build ing. Declarations of Intention may bo filed by aliens 18 years of ago or ovor. No witnesses nro required at tho tlmo of filing declarations, nor Is tho alien rcqulicd to rcsldo In this country nny specified tlmo prior ro tho dnto of filing his declaration. Declarations of intention nro Invalid for all purposes seven cars after dato of filing. Petitions for naturalization or final papcis may bo filed after completion of Ilvo years' continuous rcsldenco In tho United States, but not less than two years after the dato of declara tion of Intention, nnd tho alien must hnvo resided in the stato whero his petition Is filed at least ono year next preceding tho dato of filing. If tho alien arrived In tho United States after Juno 29, 1900, a certifi cate of arrival innst bo obtained from tho commissioner of naturalization be foro filing his petition. Blank forms for this purposo mnytbo obtained from tho clerk of cither of tho courts nlovo mentioned. Petitions for naturalization must bo verified by tho nllldnvlt of at least two credible witnesses, who havo per sonally known the applicant for nt least llo eais noxt pi eroding tho dato of his application. A petition for naturalization must bo signed by tho applicant In his own handwriting and ho must bo nblo to speak tho English language A petition must bo filed duly veri fied ninety du)s prior to tho dato of final hearing In com t. Aliens who havo resldod in two or more states In this country dining tho last II o cais, or thoso who havo other complicated quostlons, should call on tho chief nnturnllatlou .exam iner, loom 770 I'edoial building, whoro thoy will bo fully advised. Judge Charles A. McDonald 1b mak ing a splendid record on the Superior Court bench. Ho is a conscientious and fair-minded judge. Joseph A. O'Donnoll, former legis lator and park commissioner, Is one of tho most popular mcrarcn cf lite Chicago bar. kkkkkkkB ''iiHkkkkBiflt?3ikkH kkkkkkkH - - Ati'v 3kkkkkkkYtK$s HkH BBPPBsBsBsBm X SSSSSSSSBSBBBhk IMBspn kkkkkkkBl ' mtitmMUIKfi i FfvwiaFv jijijijijijijijijik AtJBIHKi iiiiiiiiiiinl' jt $ , j' $vt MERRITT W. PINCKNEY, Judge of the Juvenile Court. CITY OFFICES NEW CITY HALL, Mayor's Office, rutk aoor. Cratar. Municipal Court New City Hall. Courtrooms, 8th, 9th and 11th floors. City Architect. ?nUi floor. South end. Board of Election Commissioners. Third floor. South end. Board or Examiner. Motor vehicle operators, iota floor. North end. Moving picture operators, 10th floor. North end. Plumbers, 10th floor. North tad. Stationary engineers, iota floor. North end. Board of Inspectors of public ve hicles, 3d floor. North and. Board of --J3 improvements. Qeneral ofCC - uoor. South and. Publio hearing rooms, 1st floor. North end. Law department, 2d floor. South snd. Boiler Inspection. Sixth floor. South end. ulldlni Department Seventh floor. North and. Bridge Division. Fourth floor. North end. Business Agsnt. Tault floor. North end. City Attornsy. Sixth floor. North end. City Clark. First floor. 8outh end. City Collector. First floor. South end. City Comptroller. Osnsral office, 6th floor. North end. Auditor, 6th floor. North end. Paymaster, Sth floor. North sad. Real estate agent, 6th Hour. North end. City Council. Council chamber, 2d floor. North end. Oenoral committee-rooms, 2d llnor. North end. Commltte on finance, 2d floor. North end. Committee on local transportation, td floor. Special park commission, 10th floor. North end. City Electrician. Sixth floor. Center. City Hall. Superintendent, 3d floor. North end. Chief Janitor, 3d floor. North snd. City Sesler. Vault floor. South end. City Statistician. Tenth floor. North end. City Treasurer.' Second floor. Center. Civil 8ervlco Commission. Osneral offices, 6th floor. South end. Eiamlnlng-room, 10th floor. Center Bureau of Compensation. Vault floor. South end. BBBBBBBBBBBB 4 !?QsBBBBBHBb1bBbV SBBBBBBBBBBBBJRi "V . v.v!"BBBHHsBBBBBB bbbbbbbbLHf aiMMHBB bbbbbbbbbbW ToHKfflHH iBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB StsrSBBBflsaMBaBBHBEBBflsBBa ebbbbH !llSiH bbbbbbbH r 4FMiimmM bbbbbK,MbP fewfe'j ''-MM bbbbbbHHk StJU PHILIP R. BRAND, Popular In Business nnd Social Life. Corporation Counssl. Fifth floor. South end. Bureau of Enolnssrl.-ig (City Erv glneer). Fourth floor. North end. Department of Electricity. Sixth floor. Center. Public Service Bureau. Complaints of gas, motors, publio utilities, etc., sixth lloor. Finance Committee. Second floor. North end. Fire Department Fire marshal, 1st floor. North end. Fire alarm telegraph, 6th floor. Cen ter. Firemen's pension fund, secretary of board of trustees (city clerk), 1st door. South end. Inspector of Oils. Tenth floor. South end. Harbor Division. Fourth floor. North end. Dspartmant of Health. Commissioner of health, 7th floor. Bureau of sanitary Inspection, 7th floor. Bureau of contagious diseases, 7th floor. Bureau of food Inspection, 7th floor. Bureau of vital statistics, 7th floor. Department of Law. Corporation counsel, 6th floor, South end. City attorney, 6th floor. North end. Prosecuting attorney, Sth floor. North end. Special assessment attorney, li Moor 8outh end. Local Transportation Committee. Third floor. North end. Local Transportation (Traction B pert). Third floor. North end. Bureau of Maps and Plata. Fourth floor. North end. VICE-PRESIDENT LEW Honry It. Lovy, tho popular vlco president of tho big L. SInrklo Auto Company, at 2030 South Michigan two lino. Is a Chicago boy and Is tho son of Simon Lovy, tho uoll known car riage dealer, whoso roputatlon In tho business community has been a high and honorable ono for forty years, Ilnny Lovy, as his fi lands cnll him, always makes good and is ono of tho host auto salesmen in tho country. Tho Now Roma restaurant at 117 North Clnrk stroot Is attracting atten tion by Its flno bill of faro and Its splendid cooking. Mr. I. Pellegrini, tho woll-known rostnuratour, Is tho man ngor. Ur. Georgo Sultnn niways made a good record In public llfo.