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(V fflji&ta Cntorwl Mnd CUm Matter Oetabar 11, 1U, at tha Peat Office of Publication, Ofllea at Chlcagn, Illinois, undar Act at March S, 1(7f. 17 W. Wathlngton St., Chicago, III. INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NONE. Published Weakly. Entered as Seeend Claaa Matter October 11, 1M, at Office at Chicago, Illinois, under Att af Mara t. -IBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBlBaB. V VBjm A lsVk A B'.B !b ?. I n ionbs I I THIRTIETH YEAH, NO. GIBBONS Popular Business Man, Box Maker and Bank Director Will Be the Next County Treasurer Sure His Many Friends in Both the Big Parties and Patriotic Citizens Will Elect Him in November Hnrry R. Gibbons 1b n groat man. Everybody who knows him will testi fy to that. Ho In honost, popular and nblo. He will mako n great County Treasurer. Vote for him. JOHN P. HOPKINS. An Appreciation by P. J. O'Keeffe. Seldom, indeed, even In the history of this great metropolis has thoro been Riven to Chicago a man of such parts i- .aii, jonn y, uoqiuns. Ilnjanr- field he would have been a ' T&'iwcifiJJjri domentB wnrtj pjnilxod 1 "J Tn'Klin UhUftho-- coucroto" uxprogiion" was unusually great hero, indeed, mikht naturo stand up and say to all the world, thoro is a man) Ho was modost; humility is tho handmaid of grontnosx. Ho was silent;- charity never 1h effusive. Ho was brnvo; frlondshlp is not tho flbro of n coward. Ho, nbovo any ono who over graced tho mayoralty chair, was of n typo worth whllo to Chicago from his pen en ma tho endorsement of tho first track elovntion ordinance; ho gayo tho peoplo moro than thoy thanked lilni for then, but ha looked not for public applauso when ho know what ho ought to do ,to protect llfo es peclally. John P. Hopkins In political llfo had and held moro Individual friends than any ono man in Illinois over had, with tho posBiblo exception of Lincoln and Grant; in tho enso of Hopkins, too, tho friends needed no purchase prlco save tho affection thoy held nml tho loyalty thoy know re posed in tho man they lovod. John P. Hopkins was not vindictive; that so-callod njuallty bolongs to small boro Individuals Hopkins was 11 giant in princlplo and ho never hit below tho licit. Ho may not forgot but ho freoly forgavo; ho wns n bono factor to soino who rovllcd him, "John Hopkins" was an ideal man In physlnua; ho wns moro Ideal In his kindly way. Tho Creator moulded him majestically and hundsomoly, but tho greater mould was tho heart; therein John Hopkins was a mastor plcco. In truth, indeed, his Impress was stupendous and it will llvo long as it should and until tho friends onco moro foregather in tho softor sward beyond tho broad rlvor, whoro wo pray and hope and bollovo our beloved friend has found pcaco. VOTE FOR P. A. NASH The Best Qualified Candidate in the Field for Member of the Board of Review. Patrick A. Nash, who polled moro votes at the primary election than any other candidate on the Democratic ticket, deserves bis popularity. Ho has lived all of bis llfo in Chicago, and is as able as ho is popular, Ho should bo elected to tho Board of Re view. Voto for him. VOTE FORJIU. HEALY Popular Republican Candidate for Trustee of the Sanitary District of Chicago Deserves Election. William J, Healy has made a mag niflcent record as'alderraan from the Eighteenth ward, His work in tho FOUNDED 1889 largest WMUy rW t 5. Subscription Rate, $2 Per Year In Advance. city council has been commended by all bodies Interested in civic reform and tho upbuilding of Chicago. This year ha has been nominated by tho Republican party for Trusteo of tho Sanitary District of Chicago. In tho interest of the taxpnyors ho should bo olected. Ho is Intelligent, wldo-awako and honest. Voto for him and you will nover regret it. VOTE FOR DENNIS J. EGAN Popular Democrat Should Be Elected Chief Bailiff of the Municirial'CrikVrf r,e- Donnls J. Egnn, tho Democratic nominee, deserves your voto for chief bailiff of tho Municipal court. Ho Is honest, nblo and palnstnklng, and in oery position ho has over hold has served tho peoplo well. Voto for him. VOTE FOR GIBBONS Hnrry It. Gibbons, tho well known box manufacturer and dlroctor in sov oral banks, deserves to bo elected county trcasuror. Ho is honest, nblo and progressive A heavy taxpayer himself, ho will look after tho inter ests of tho peoplo. His only son Is with tho army In Franco, and threb of his nephews aro fighting for Undo Snm. Ho is tho most popular candl dato In tho field. VOTE FOR JAMES M. WHALEN He Deserves to Be Elected Clerk of the Criminal Court. James M. Whnlen should bo olocted clerk of tho Criminal court. Ho Is woll qualified for tho position and is noted for his courtesy to tho public and his ability as a public olllclal. Voto for him. VOTE FOR DAILEY James M. Dalloy, who has made n magnificent rocord' on tho Sanitary Board, is a cnndldato for Prosldont of tho Sanitary District at tho ap proaching election, Voto for hlra. Tho law requires that tho Presi dent of tho Board bo also a Trusteo, and as Mr, Dailoy's namo appears twlco upon tho ballot, voters should put a cross in front of his name for each of these two offices. VOTE FOR JUDGE ROONEV Judgo John J. Rooney, who made a splendid record on tho Municipal Court bench, should bo returned to that Bench in November, Ho proved himself to be honest, able and fearless in his former term. He is a candidate for Municipal Judge on the Democratic ticket. Voto for him. RE-ELECT JUDGE SCULLY Judgo Thomas F. Scully has mado good as Judgo of tho County Court. His administration has boen freo from scandal and has been forceful and useful to the peoplo. The elec- CHICAGO WINNER tions hnvo been conducted under his administration in a manner satisfac tory to men of nil parties, and tho manifold duties of this responsible position havo been faithfully per formed by Judgo Scully so well nnd so perfectly that voters generally bollovo that ho If entitled to a re-election. t L" CAREV jSGAINING Popular Democrat Looming Up for Mayor. Thomas Caroy is rapidly coming up as a formldablo contender for tho Democratlo candidato for mayor. His friends aro busy in every ward and Tom is a great campaigner when ho gets started, Chester A. Phillips & Co., tho-woll-known sales engineers, in tho Old Colony Building, havo a national repu tation for efficiency and squaro deal ing and no concern in tho country furnishes better locomotives, steam shovels, excavators, locomotlvo cranes, railway cars, steel rails, railroad nower. minintr. shipbuilders nnd ron. ' tractors equipment. SATC1DAT, OCTOBER REID MAKING ' GREAT FIGHT FOR BOARD OF REVIEW Ho was born in Chicago In 187S. Graduated from public schools of Chicago and Northwestern University. Attended Chicago-Kent Collcgo of Law. "i Practiced dentistry for fourteen years. ,j wns appointed smone inspector by, .Mayor Thompson In 1915. During the shortago of fuel, worked with the Rfntn K-ilnl Administration fnr rnn. scrvatlon of coal. fl Member of tho Hamilton club, South, Shore Country club, Press club, Chl cago Yacht club, Petroleum club; b'e-j longs to Houtovnrd Lodge, A. F. aiid A. M Mcdlnah Temple, and other Masonic bodies; Odd Follows, Nation al Union, Loyal Ordor of Moose, and. other fraternal organizations. t. Is married and resides at 13315 West Garfield boulevard. Has lived in the Town of Lako for over thirty years. VOTEFORD.J.lcMADON $ Daniel J, McMahon, candidate .for' v'. 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GIBBONS, Democratic Candidate for County Treasurer. schools at or near Carrollton, 111.; at tended St. Ignatius College from 1881 to 1883; member of faculty or that college 'from 1883 to 1887; doputy County Clerk assigned to Courts, pro 3lded over by Judges Richard Pron dorgast and Frank Scales respective ly, from 1888 to 1893; has dogreo of LL. D. from St. Ignatius Collogo; was admitted to tho bar In 1893 and has boon engaged in civil practlco In tho stato and federal courts; associated with Frank L. Cheney, who has been his law partnor for 25 years; was General Counsel for "tho Board of Education from 1898 to 1903; has al wuys taken an actlvo part In politics and public affairs. Tho Committee of Bar Association appointed to report on candidates for nomination for Judicial office has this to say of Mr. McMahon; "His Integrity, professional stand ing, tomnerament and i exnorlcnrn. I qualify him for tho office." 26, 1918. PETERS WILL WIN f ' ' ' ' MIII Republican Candidate for Sheriff Will Be Elected r I H limit it TO Thousands of Democrats and Independents Will "I Charles W. Peters will bo the next 'sheriff of Cook County. If iflltncsB for office is the guido for voters to follow then ho will bo tho cholc'o of tho great majority. For over twonty-flvo years Mr. Peters has been tho assistant fiber ilffSr chief deputy of the sheriff's of- t , t vw&ik X lice. ' Familiar with overy detail, trust worthy and honest, ho has virtually run this great office under all ad ministrations, whother tho incumb ent was Domocratlc or Republican. Mr. Peters has nevor bftoro boen a candidato for an elective XTlco. This timo ho was chiton at the greatest primary in party history by the Republican voters to lead the ticket at this election. Ho deserves to bo elected and ho will bo elected. ' He will receive thousands of Domocratlc votes nnd thousands of Independent votes In addition to tho united strength of the Republican party. REELECT BARASA Judge Bernard P. Burasa has made SIMHI.n COPY Ti'jv'cBnn in November 12 PAGES. PaotiIa Arts With Him Mark Their Ballots for him to Swell His Majority n splendid record on tho municipal court bench. Ho deserves tho votes of all citizens, regardless of party. Ho Is Just, ablo and fearless, and at tho recent primary received moro votes than any other Republican can didate. VOTE FOR REINBERG Tho best prosldont that tho County Board over hod Is Peter Rolnbcrg. Honest. True. Faithful. Reelect him. RE-ELECT SENATOR BRODERICK Votors of tho 7th Senatorial Dis trict Hhotild soo to It that Senator John Drodcrlck Is reelected this Fall. Senator Ilrodcrlok Is ono of tho best members of tho upper hnuso at Springfield and Is nlwnys watchful of tho people's rights. RE-ELECT CON GRESSMAN SABATH Congressman A. J. Snbath of the Fifth District is one of tho most uxo ful members of tho National llouso of RcprcHcntntUcB. Ho Is n stnlwuit supporter of President Wllxon and a wldeawako friend of overy good man and woman In l)ln district. Ito-elect lilm RE-ELECT CONGRESS MANMcANDREWS James .MeAndiows, ono of tho best CongiesHinon that Chicago has oer hnd, doi-erves tho voto of ovcij dti en living in tho SlMh District which ho bo nbly represents. Congressman McAndrews Is noted for his courtesy, Industry and con stant ntteutlon to tho needs of his constituents. RE-ELECT CONGRESS MAN GALLAGHER Thomas Gallagher has mado n splendid record In Congress as ropro sentatlvo from tho Illghth District. Ho should bo ro-elected unani mously. SIDEWALK ORDI NANCE NEEDED City Council Should Regulate Conditions in the Loop. Tho City Council should pass an or dlnanco prohibiting peoplo from loit ering on the sidewalks In tho Loop, Pedestrlnns should bo compollod by law to koop to tho right. As things nro at present, without any sort of regulation, somo of tho down town streets are almost impassable. ADDISON I0ULEVARD Loud Demand That Finest East and West Street on North Side Be Made a Boulevard. Addison streot, tho longest, widest and boat stroot running east and west, north of tho Chicago river, should bo made a boulovard. It is freo from WHOLE NUMBER 1514 Beyond Any street car tracks and is tho only real boulovard strcot lofts and connects threo park systems. Former Alderman P. F. Hnyncs and City Trcasuror Clayton F. Smith do servo thanks for tho good work thoy nro doing for Addison boulovard. WATER METER GRAFT Tho health and pockctbooks of tho people nro again menaced. Tho water meter promoters nro at It again. This tlmo n section of tho dally press Is backing tho scheme Wntor meters mean less water. Lew wacr inonnn poor health. Wntor motors nro costly. Thoy nro unnecessary. Tho man who proposes water mo tors at this timo is n traitor to the public. IMPORTANT INFORMA TION REGARDING REG ISTRATION OF BONDS Important Information concerning tho registration of Liberty Loan bouds, as given out by tho bond dopartmont of tho Federal Reserve Bank of Chi cago contains tho following quotation from a lotter from tho Treasury de partment: "With leferenco to accepting sub scription for bondri to bo loglstorod In tho names of persons giving only Initials rather than tho full namo, I hao to say that It Is tho Intent of tho Dopartmont, not for its own sake, but for tho sake of holders of roglstorod bonds, to ham thorn leglstored In such maimer ns to euablo tho said holdors, or their legal representative", to dls poso of them In tho simplest and readiest manner. Bonds Issued to women under their Initials, or under tho Initials of their husbands, nro not icadlly transferable In enso of the death of tho holder. "Though lettorH of administration would bo Issued In tho lognl namo of tho deceased, and tho bonds would be Inscribed In her name, under her In Rials, or thoso of hor husband, as tho case might bo. Tho loiters of admin istration and tho bonds would not agree as to tho namo, and tharofore the administrator of Mrs. Snrnh A Smith, say, would hao to provo that sho and Mrs, Thomas W. Smith (or Mrs, S. Smith) wore ono and tho sumo porson, It la to avoid troublos of this character that tho Department has In slated on receiving tho logal namo of )orsons subscribing for registered bonds. "Of courso, tho Department cannot rofuso to issuo bonds under Initials If tho parties interested insist upon it, but it is requested that you, in all cases whero It is posslblo, insist on receiving tho full names of persons subscribing for roglatorcd bonds." John Lassor, whoso big establish ment at 1007 to 1011 Altgold stroot turns out tho famous Alllnarls wntor, is the leading gingor nit, soda wator, root beer and seltzer dcnlor In tho city. Secretary of state Louis L. Bmmer son is making a lino rocord and many frlendo by tho nblo and efficient man nor in which ho conducts his great office. FOUNDED 1889 LvgettWettly GrcjbfJM Petfda LbAmkm aaa!