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!T o REDUCE YOUR COST OF LIVING THE FAIR is the reliable store that keeps up the quality of its merchandise no matter how low it cuts the prices. GROCERIES, MEATS AND FISH Hardware nml Tools Hats and Caps Incubators and Droodcrs Jewelry and Sihcrwnrc Neckwear Nets nnd Seines Office Supplies Pipes nnd Smokers' Articles Shirts, Collars nnd Cuffs Snorting Goods Shoes Tents and Awnings Trunks and Suit Cases Umbrellas Underwear Watches FAI3E State, Adam anil Dcirbnrn Sti I'liono LuliaiiRC & Mall Orders Filled Chicago Established 1875 by E. J. Lohmann Athletic Goods Automobile Supplies Uoats nnd Launches Hlcjcles Dry Goods Uuslncss Stationer) Clothing Cutlery Cigars nnd Tobacco Pishing Tackle Rods nnd Reels Guns, RcoUcrs Ammunition Gloes Golf Goods Harness nnd Saddles THE AkkkkvQmP aLLHa m kLLrLwE:Mto-)jLLLm Hr- kkkBkV '- I.f LLLLLLtt kf, r.fewS, JLL.kkkkkW (.X NELSON N. LAMPERT. Vice President Fort Dearborn National Bank. AMBROSE A Talked of for Judge of the S , WORSLEY. uperlor Court by Democrats, DEMOCRATIC COMMITTEEMEN Democratic rumoiinl Committeeman for HllnolH Charles Booschenstoln, Edwnrdsvlllo. Democratic State Committee. Chairman Arthur V. Charles, Car mi. Vico Chairman Douglas Pattlson, Freeport; Toronco P. Moron, Chicago; d. M. Splller, Marlon. Secretary Isaac 11. Craig, Mattoon. Troasuror Ernest Hoover, Taylor vllle. Sergeant-nt-Arms Jerry J. Kano, Enst St. I-ouls. Democratic County Committee. James M. Dalloy, chairman. William P. Peeney, secretary. Managing Committee of the Democrat. Ic Party of Cook County. Chairman James M. Dalloy. Vlco Chairmen Joseph RuBhkowIcz, Frank F. Iloedor, Anton J. Cormak, James M. Whalen, Prank H. McCul loch. Chairman of Exocutlvo Committee Henry Stuckart. Secretary William P. Feenoy. Assistant Secrotnry John F. Quin tan. Financial Secretary Jacob Llnd hclmor. Treasurer Fred W. Blockl. Sergeant-at-Arms John J. Leonard. First Ward-MIchael Konna. Second Ward William J. Graham. Third Ward Thomas D. Nash. Fourth Ward James M. Dalloy. Fifth Ward Patrick J. Carr. Sixth Ward John P. Gibbons. Sovcnth Ward James M. Whalen. Eighth Ward John II. Mack. Ninth Ward John J. Leonard. Tenth Ward Joseph W. Cermak. Elovonth Ward A. J. Sabatu. Twelfth Ward Anton J. Cermnk. Thirteenth Ward Martin J. O'Brien. Fourteenth Ward Patrick A. Nash. Flfteonth Ward Thomas P. Koano. Sixteenth Ward Stanley II. Kunz. Sovontccnth Ward Jonoph Rushko wlcz. Eighteenth Ward Bernard J. Gro gan. Nineteenth Ward John Powers. Twentieth Ward Dennis J. Egan. Twonty-llrst Ward John P. O'Mal loy. Twrnty-second WarJ Rudolph L. Schapp. Twenty-third Ward Josoph L. GUI. Twenty-fourth Ward Frank F. Roo der. Twenty-fifth Ward Harry It. Gib bons, Twenty-sixth Ward Henry A. Zen dor. Twonty-sovonth Ward Noll Murley. Twonty-olghth Ward Frank Pas chen. Twenty-ninth Ward Emmott Whea Ian. Thirtieth Ward James P. Hoffer-nan. waLHavA 'iwk linyffliBfiKBHi mkkkkkkkwIlikmWmmlmmk fkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkx, I LH9r LRgsLLfl Jd&ffl$$&&BE&& FRED Vice President of the L. WILK. Union Trust Company. Thirty-first Ward Michael K. Sheri dan. Thirty-second Ward Frank J. Walsh. Thirty-third Ward Timothy Crowe. Thirty-fourth Ward Joseph O. Kost ner. Thirty-fifth Ward William P. Feo ney. Country Towns Samuel Klclnltz, Chicago Heights; Francis M. Kcough, Lemonf, Peter Wolf, Melroso Park; Ross C. Hall, oak Park; Isaac M. Kuobler, Palatine, and Frank II. Mc Culloch. Ward Organizations. Ward. 1 Headquarters, 772 S. State St.! president, John J. Coughltn, 17 N. La Snllo St.; secretary, Ike Roder ick, 117 E. 20th St. 2 Headquarters, 203 13. 37th St.; tol. Douglas 21CD; meets ovory Tues day; president, Edw. Stenson, 3415 Michigan Ave.; secretary, Otto Woortor, 5G8 E. 3Cth St. 3 Headquarters, Indiana Theator Dldg., 210 E. 43d St. 4 HcadquarterB, Young's Hall, 30th and Wallace Sts.; mcotB first Thursday; president, John F. Bol ton, 3254 Union Avo.; Bocrotnry, James J. Kropacck, 313S Normal Avo. B Headquarters, Kahn's Hall, 35th and Wood sts.; meets second Thursday; president, Henry Mc Nernoy, 3544 S. Paulina St.; secre tary, Matthew M. Bunynn, 3120 Union Avo. 7 Headquarters, Calumet K. of C. Hall, C202 Cottago Grovo Avo.; president, James M. Whalen, C457 Lnngley Avo.; secretary, Elmer J. Whltty, 0424 Langloy Avo. 8 Headquarters, 9215 Commercial Avo.; president, John P. Byrnos, 7457 Bond Ave.; secrotnry, Gus tavo Stelnwlg, 9370 Anthony Avo. 9 Headquarters, DoIIaan's Hall, 9142 Cottago Grovo Ave; tol. Burnsldo 11S3; president, Catrlncs Doltnan, 9404 Cottago Grovo Ave; secre tary, Donald E. Whlttonburg, 10725 Cottage Grovo Ave. 11 Headquarters, 2152 W. 12th St.; tel. Scoloy 1910; president, Ml chnol J. Browno, 1910 Wnshhurno Ave; secretary, Prod W. Rausch, 1741 W. 19th. 12 Headquarters, 2324 S. Kedzlo Ave; tol. Lawndalo 108; presi dent, Otto Kornor, 242C S. Clifton Park Ave; secretary, Josoph I. Novak, 2401 S. Trumbull Avo. 13 Headquarters, 3230 W. Madison St.; phono Kedzlo 423; president, James C. Donvlr, 3848 Congress St.; secretary, John C. Morris, 3330 W. Adams St. 14 Headquarters, Conway's Hall, Lako St. and Western Ave; meets second and fourth Tuesdays; presldont, Jamos B. Shlel, 1723 Grand Ave; secretary, Edward J. Kolly, 3345 Park Ave 15 Headquarters, 2705 Iowa St.; presldont, Edward J. Knlndl, 2G00 W. Chicago Ave; secretary, Mor ris Govlrtz, 830 N. Francisco Avo. 10 Headquarters, 1402 W. North Ave; meets ovory Friday; presi dent, Joseph Potlak, 1310 W. North Ave; secretary, Frank Lltcrskl, 1017 Dickson St. 17 Hoadquartors, 980 Milwaukee Avo.; tel. Monroo G872; president, Walter Smith, 1301 Austin Ave; secretary, Teofll Woynn, 1020 Mil wnukea Avo. 18 Headquarters. 1402 W. Madison St.; tol. Monroo 3709; presldont, James C. Gavin, 320 S. Rnclno Ave; socrotttry, John Vnndoi burg, 123 S. Sangamon St. 19 Iloadqunvtors, northwest cornor Bluo Island Avo. and Taylor St.; presldont, Thos. J. Johnson, 1C5C W. Congross St.; secretary, John J. Fnlvoy, 715 Lytic St. 20-Headquartor8, Club Houso, 823 W. 18th St.; tol. Canal C1C9; moots second and fourth Thursdays; prosldont, Peter F. Smith, 1008 S. Union Ave; secretary, Barth. P. Collins, 920 W. 19th St. 21 Headquarters, Thomas Jofforson Club, 1103 N. Dearborn St.; tol. Suporlor 491; moots ovory second Friday; presldont, Josoph P. Ma honor, 1110 N. La Sallo St.; secre tary, Raymond A. Dougherty, 1103 N. Dearborn St. 22 Headquarters, 1704 Larrabeo St.; tol. Lincoln 2745; dally meetings at 710 W. North Avo.; president, Rudolph L. Schnpp, 1740 Hudson Avo.; phono Lincoln 7557; socro tary, Math. J. Wagnor. 23 Headquartors, Lower Lincoln Tumor Hall, Sheffield and Diver soy Avos.; tel. Lincoln 1990; presi dent, Jas. II. Poage, 51G Belmont Ave.; secretary, Bornard Jung, 1941 Mohawk St. 24 Headquartors, 1504 Barry Ave; tel. Lako View 1204; president, Frank A. Stadlor, 2908 Lincoln Ave; secretary, Gustav Seedorf, 3134 N. Oakley Avo. 25 Hoadquartors, 5401 Broadway; phono Edgowatcr 491; president, John S. Hummer, 4535 Beacon St.; Bocrotary, John P. Dougherty, G310 Magnolia Avo. 20 Headquarters, 3943 Lincoln Ave; tel. Grnco 8704; meets every Fri day; presldont, Chns. A. Williams, 3510 Jansscn Avo.; secretary, Chns. W. Peters, 3049 N. Hermi tage Avo. 27 Hoadquartors, Graco Hnll, 3801 Bornnrd St,, cornor Grnco, Elston nnd Bernard; phono Irving 898; meets last Friday; president, Hnns Blase, 5017 Ponsacola Avo.; secretary, Geo. J. Gorcken, 4040 N. LcClalro Avo. 28 Hoadquartors, 1907 Milwaukee Ave; phono Armltngo 0471. 29 Hoadquartors, 1010 W. Garflold Blvd.; tol. Drover 4152; presldont, Frank J. Ryan; socrotary, John R. Cook. SIDEWALKNEWS STANDS There nro 12,000 nows-Btands on the sldowolks of Chicago. Tho City clnlms tho right to Issue permits for these stnnds wherever It sees lit. Tho nbuttlng tenant or property owner Is not consulted or allowed to Interfere Moreover tho city snys what papors shall, nnd what pnpors Bhnll not, ho sold on theso stands. Tho city permits tho sale of daily papers only under Its sidewalk sov ereignty. No weekly pnpers. No magazines. No other publications can bo sold. Tho city maintains a dally nows paper monopoly. Now It orders tho abutting residents, tenants, business men or property owners to keep tho sldewnlks clean for Its City Controlled Monopoly. Tho city proves Its ownership of sidewalks by placing Its Iron wnsto paper boxes on them. If n citizen plants n treo in front of his homo ho censes to own it. A city ordlnnnco provides Hint Inas much as all sldownlk space bolongs to tho city, all trees belong to tho city. Tho owner Is forbidden to oven trim the trees In front of his houso until ho pays tho city $2 for a permit to do BO. And now tho city council has passed an ordlnnnco compelling each citizen to clean tho city's sldownlk within 3 hours nftcr every storm. Sometimes thcro nro half a dozen snow storms In 21 hours. From this distance It looks ns If tho news-stands will hnvo to go If tho city can make tho serfs, bog pardon, citizens, keep tho city walks nlco nnd elenn for somebody clso's business nnd profit. JUDGE SCULLY JUMM0NED Jurist and Election Board Called When Government Begins Grand Jury Investigation of Frauds at Presidential Election. EARLE H. REYNOLDS. President of the People's Trust & Savings Bank. ELKS CHOOSE LEADERS Dr. Robert A. Smith Made Ex alted Ruler at the Annual Election. Tho government opened In enrnest tin Investigation into tho alleged frauds at the Into presidential elec tion when subpoenas sorved on tho election commission resulted In tlirco wagon loads of bnflots and election iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiB v tkkwkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkBkw THE COMMON COUNCIL Full List of Aldermen Compos ing the Governing Body of the City of Chicago. Dr. Robert A. Smith wns elected exalted ruler of Chicago lodge, No. 4, B. P. O. E at tho annual election In tho Grand Pacific Hotel, whero tho Elks occupy tompornry headquarters. Other olllccrs elected aro: Esteemed Leading Knight W. D. Bartholomew. Esteomcd Loynl Knight Justin P. McCarthy. Esteomcd Lecturing Knight Wil liam J. Slnok. Secretary Gustav W. Nothdurft. Treasurer Jeremiah P. McCarthy. Tllor M. M. Llpmnn. Trustco Emll P. Llndrooth. Representative to Grand Lodge E. G. Rlchter. Altornato Arthur W. Johnson. POLITICAL CALEN DAR FOR 1917 Two Primary, Two Election and Three Registration Dates Designated in 1917. Two primaries, two elections and thrco registrations days constitute tho election cnlondnr for tho City of Chicago for tho year 1917 as com piled by tho eloction, board. Tho dates, including tlioso for fil ing primary petitions, follow: Jan. 29 First day for filing primary petitions for nldormcn, city clerk and city treasurer with city clork. Fob. 0 Proprlmnry registration day. Fob. 7 Last day for tiling primary potltlons with city clork. Fob. 27 Municipal primary. March 13 Pro-olectlon registration day. April 3 Municipal cloctlon. Aug. 22 Proprlmary registration day. Sopt. 12 Judicial primary. Nov. C Eloctlon of ton Judges of tho Suporlor Court. Tho registration days during tho coming year aro only for those who havo moved slnco tho blonnlnl now registration days in Octobor, or who movo In tho future WILLIAM L. O'CONNELL. Able and Efficient Chairman of the Illinois Public Utilities Commission. 31 30 HeadqunrtorB, McNally's Hall, 4G47 S. Halstod St.; president, Martin J. McNally, 4047 S. Halstod St.; Bocrotary, E. J. Koan, 631 W. 45th St. Headquartors, 5008 S. HalBted St.; meets first Friday; president, Frank J. Corr, 524 W. GOth St.; secretary, Chns. Scnor, 5852 S. Po- orla St. 32 Headquarters, suites 10 and 11, Anderson Bldg., C85C S. Hnlstod St. 33 Headquarters. Hodnott's Hnll, Armltngo and Crawford Aves.; phono Belmont 0991. 34 HoadquartorB, 355G Ogdon Ave; tol. Lawndalo C31; president. Ilnrry M. Chrlstlo, 1819 S. Lawn dalo Ave; socrotary, Donnls E. Duffy, 2123 S. Lawndalo Avo. 35 Headquartors, 4039-41 W. Madison St.; tol. Garden! 7132; moots first nnd third Thursdays; presldont, R. W. Lnrkln. 4133 Jackson Blvd.; BPcrotary, John S. Clark, Koolor nnd Not th Avos. COLONEL FRANK LEADS Great Chicago Surgeon and Illi nois Surgeon General Heads Army and Navy Club. Tho Army nnd Navy Club of Chi cago olected tho following ofllcors nt tho Hotel Shorman: President Colonol Jacob Frank. First Vlco President Colonel John J. Gnrrlty. Second Vlco President Captain Edward A. Evors. Socrotary-Treasuror Captain Chas. P. Manahan. Directors: Captain Tliomns Octl gnn, Colonel James Ronayno, Colonol Gordon Strong and Major Abol Davis. Tho now presldont Is tho surgeon general of Illinois, documents bolug transferred to tho federal building. OlllchilH of tho department of Jus tico examined tho ballots and checked registration lists in search of ovldouco to bear out tho government's conten tion that many Illegal votes woro cast, particularly In tho wards adja cont to tho loop district. Tho wngon loads of bnllots woro ob tained on it subpoena issued for County .ludgo Thomas Scully, Donnls Egan, chief clork of tho election com mission, and niombors of tho oloctlon hoard. In compllanco with tho sub poona tho documentary ovldouco was Immediately turned over. It boro largely upon votes cast In tho First, Second, Elghtoonth and Twonty-llrst wards. Many witnesses nlrendy havo boon examined by both fudoral and stato olllclals. State's Attornoy Mnclny Hnyno Is co operating with District Attornoy Chailos P. Clyno lu tho mat te r. A list of stato witnesses havo al rondy been furnished to tho government. John P. Wuptlon, tho popular nnd ablo editor of tho Advnnco Club Nows Is to ho congratulated on tho bright and newsy publication which ho edits. Tho Marcli 1 edition Is a benuty. It opens with tho lino speech delivered by Chief Justico Harry Ol son at tho Advortlsors' Club, Febru ary 23, is chock full of nows and bright things and winds up in its last pngos very appropriately Just now, with tho words of all of our stirring National songs, from tho Star Span gled Ilannor to tho Battle Hymn of tho Republic. Tho Advance Club Nows Is Issued soml-monthly by tho om ploycs of tho Peoples Gns Light & Coko Company. The Mlchelob Clut which meeta at Ohio and Clark streets in Bauer man's splendid rooms Is growing In membership and power every day, Marx Boor Tunnol nnd Restnurant, at tho cornor of Dearborn nnd Madi son stroots, Is well worth your patron ago. It Is ouo of tho lino old stylo restaurants whoro everything is good and plenty of It. Tho cooking could not bo hotter. Just snmplo It. Tho mnnngoment, under tho guiding hand of Fred 11. Marx, has won encomiums for this lino eating houso in tho heart of tho city. Following aro tho names of the al dermen composing tho City Council: Ward. 1 Michael Konna Dom. John J. Coughlln Dcin. 2 Oscar Do Priest Rep. Hugh r'orrls Rop. 3 Edward J. Werner Rep. Ulysses S. Schwartz Dem. 4 David R. Hlckoy Dem. John A. Rlchert Dem. 6 Charles Martin Dem. Thomas A. Doylo Dem. 6 Alexander A. McConnlck. ..Rop. Willis O. Nnnco Rop. 7 Charlos E. Morrlam Rop. John N. Kimball Ind. 8 John E. Tydcn Rep. Ernest M. Cross Rop. 9 HIrnm Vanderbilt Rep. Eugeno H. Block Dom. 10 Frank Klaus Dem. James McNichols Dom. 11 Edward F. Cullorton Dem. Herman Krumdlck Dem. 12 Otto Kornor Dem. Joseph I. Novak Dem. 13 John R. Anflorson Rep. John G. Horno Dem. 14 James H. Lawloy Rep. Joseph H. Smith Dem. 15 Henry Utpatol Rep. W. E. Rodriguez Soc. 16 Vincent S. Zwlofka Dem. John Szymkowskl Dem. 17 Lewis D. Sltts Rep. S. S. Walkowiak Dem. 18 Carl T. Murray Rop. William J. Healy Rop. 19 John Powers Dem. James B. Bowler Dem. 20 Herman Miller Rep. Matt Franz Dem. 21 Ellis Golger Dom. Earl J. Walker Rep. 22 William P. Ellison Dem. John H. Bnulor Ind. 23 Thomas O. Wallaco Rop. John KJellnnder Rop. Herninn Gnndt Rop. John Hndcrleln Dem Henry D. Capltaln Rep. Frank J. Link Rep. William P. Llpps Rop. Gcorgo Pretzol Rep. 27 John C. Kennedy Soc. Ollvor L. Watson Ind. 28 Harry E. Littler Rep. Max Adamowskl Dom. 29 John Hruboo Rop. Thomas F. Byrno Dem. 30 William J. Lynch Dem. William R. O'Toolo Dem. 31 James A. Kearns Rep. Robort II. Pogrnm Rep. 32 Albert J. Fisher Rep. James Rea Rop. 33 Robert M. Buck Rep. M. A. MIchaolson Rep 34 Joseph C. Blaha Rep. John Toman Dem. 35 Conrad H. Janko Rop. Thomas J. Iynch Dem. 24- 25- 2G- v' i &JaavaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaM WILLIAM D. MUNHALL. Popular Lawyer Much Talked of for Superior Court Bench.