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rin e: omicago HAULING costs conic down as the clViciency of hauling equipment goes up. The horse, the cheap truck, the truck without service, and the good truck with service represent the four successive steps in bringing1 hauling costs down to the lowest figure. International Motor Trucks arc pre-eminently Trucks of Service. An Inter ' national owner gets prompt, adequate service both from his truck and from the Harvester Company. After many experiences with all kinds of hauling equipment, many of the most prominent concerns in the country are now tuing Internationals. tlrnneh I!nurn fit Chicago Aurora KnnkaUre South Und Hockford Davenport TeorU Bprlngflcld Qulncy Dubuque Mndlion Milwaukee rand Itapldi and 7t other cit ies In the United Statu. There it a tize of truck and style of body for practically every hauling requirement. Step into one of our taletrooms and intpcet our line. INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER COMPANY Of A.MIIIUCA, INC. 1814 Michigan Airnue Telephone CiUumet KM Branch Houses, Distributors and Dealers Everywhere. Telephone Monroe 4561 WILLIAM GANSCHOW COMPANY MANUFACTURERS OF Cut and Planed Gears, Cut Machine Racks AND NOISELESS RAWHIDE PINIONS WASHINGTON BOULEVARD AND MORGAN STREET CHICAGO I Diverse? 0043 ALL LEADING FIRE INSURANCE COMPANIES JOHN H. BAULER Alderman 22nd Ward 313 W. North Avenue CHICAGO EAL BSTATB AND INSURANCE WILLIAM J. HEALY WALTER C. HEAttf Telephone Monroe (ISA Wm. J. Healy & Co. REAL ESTATE Loans Renting Insurance SUITE 12 HAYMARKET BUILDING 716 West Madison Street INSURANCE IN ALL ITS BRANCHES CHICAGO RE-FORMING CHICAGO A big fight Is being in ado at Spring field (or the passago of the following laws affecting Chicago: Non-partisan elections (or aldermen and mayor. Reducing the number of aldermen from seventy to fifty. Increasing the number of city wards from thirty-five to fifty, with one nlderman representing each ward. Recall for aldermen and mayor. Eliminating the offices of city clorlc and city treasurer from the electlvo of!lco3 and making them ap polntlvo by the council. Tho bills, It successfully pushed through the stnto legislature, must go to tho people for ratification on a ref erendum voto. Tho city managor plan of govern ment, which was also submitted to the city council, was put In the dis card. Only a few voiced tholr sontl ments In favor of tho city manager plan, and thero wero many enemies. The majority of the aldermen did not feel that the council be trusted with tho selection of a mayor, and others raised the objection that tho pcoplo would thereby have no voice In tho selection of their executive. The contemplated chango In tho aldermanlc system was first brought to the council In a bill providing for four years Instead of two-year terras for tho city fathers and provided for one alderman from each of thirty flvo wards. It lost, by a voto of 32 to 27 and was then amended to pro vide' for fifty wards, with an alder man from each Judge Thomas F. Scully has made a uplendld record In the County Court The people have confldenco In him and their confidence has never been mtaplaced, either when the Judge was on tho Municipal bench or In his pres ent responsible position. Two hundred Baloons hnvo gone out of business since May 1, leaving 5,200 still running In Chicago. Laurenco It. Adams, tho popular manager of tho fine Brovoort Hotel, Is ono of Chicago's prosperous citi zens and ono of tho best liked hotel men In tho Unltod States. ' Flotchor Dobyns. tho popular mas tor In chnncory, Is at tho forefront In ovory movomont for tho hotter ment of Chicago. Oranvlllo W. Browning would make a good momber of the Circuit Court ench. (ornciAi, I'l'm.iCATiox.) Jtuport of tlio condition of Mechanics & Traders State Bank Ixicutod nt CIiIcrko, .'Unto of Illinois, nt tho closo of bUHlnePH on tho 12th cliiy of Mny, 1019. aH mnilo to tho Auditor of I'uhllr Accounts of tho Stuto of llllnoltj, pursuant to law itcsoritcns. 1 I-onriH find iJittcountH i,l,'M.'(,1.K 2 OvtrilrnftH RB'iTI I I.ll.tirty I in n IinnilH 1S2.3B0.00 ! Ccrtlflrntps of IlHlrhttdnePH 28,000.00 t: W'nr n incit StiimpH 1,727 42 T nth..r llondH and HIocKh.. 17O.IC0.C5 8 Ilnnklnt; IIouno, Furniture nnd rixttirt-H mRfiO in Hue from liankH -118,633 M 1 1 f'nuh fi'i,S7.5S 12 V.xi hnnpiH. Clirrks and rolUctlons ICI.271.1'1 Totnl ItmourcfH 12,611,505.10 MAnu.mn.s. 1 rapitnl ,siok I'ald In $ 200,onono S SiimiIiik Rinil r.o.ooooo 1 I'ndlMilul 1'infltH (not) ... 11,710.21 I Iipprislt 2,31r).3l7 7l 7 It'xnrvdl for T.ixph and Interest 5,117 IS Total I.lnlillitlfH . .. $2.f,l I.BOVIJ I N'nrlon V Slmin f'anhlr of tho Mr- hant(8 nnd Trailers Htnto Tlank. do nol- ininlv nwcar that tlm aliovo stntcnu-nt Ih inn to tlio Ix-st of my IuiouUiIki- and Ik I l'f NORTON r. stoni:, Cashier. Htntn of IlllnolH, County of Took, kh SuliHPrlhpil and sworn to before me tills Kith day of Jlay. mil. ATtTiiiut a. Ai.nixnnrt. N'otnrj PuMIc "M World's Greatest Line of POULTRY SWINE and LIVE STOCK 'WIUKIOU'1 HALES & EDWARDS CO. GRAIN and FEEDS Webster Building - - - CHICAGO, ILL. VAN BUREN AND LA SALLE CAST IRON PIPE Bell and Spigot-Flanged Flanged Fittings good for a pressure up to 125 lbs., also Extra Heavy for 250 lbs. Lynchburg Foundry Company General Sales Office, Peoples Gas Bldg., Chicago Main Offices, Lynchburg, Virginia :agl. IMPORTANT INFORMA TION REGARDING REG ISTRATION OF BONDS Important Information concerning tho registration of Liberty Loan bonds, as given out by tho bond department of the Federal Reserve Dnnk nf Chi- cngo contains tho following quotation trom a letter from tho Treasury de partment: "With referenco to accepting sub scrlptlonn for bonds to bo registered In tho names of persons giving only Initials rather than tho full name, I hnvo to say that It Is tho Intent of tho Department, not for Its own sake, but for tho sako of holders of registered bonds, to havo thom registered In such manner as to onablo tho said holders, or their logal roprosontattvos, to dls poso of them In tho slmplost nnd readiest manner. Bonds Issued to women under tholr Initials, or under tho Initials of their husbands, aro not readily transferable In case of tbo death of tho holder. "Though lottors of administration would bo Issued In tho legal namo of tho deceased, and tho bonds would bo lnscrlbod In hor namo, undor her In itials, or those 'of hor husband, as tho caso might bo. Tho lottors of admin istration and tho bonds would not agree as to tho namo, and thoroforo tho administrator of Mrs. Sarah A. Smith, say, would havo to provo that sho and Mrs. Thomas W. Smith (or Mrs. S. Smith) woro ono and tho samo person. It Is to nvold troubles of this character that tho Dopartmont has In sisted on receiving tho legal namo of porsons subscribing for registered bonds. "Of course, tho Dopartmont cannot rofuso to lssuo bonds undor Initials If tho parties Interested Insist upon it, but It Is requested that you, in all cases where it is possible, insist on receiving tho full names of persons subscribing for registered bonds." Charles Krutckct always good public record. ILLINOIS STATE COUN CIL OF DEFENSE Samuel Iniull, Chairman. D. F. Harris, Vlco Chairman. J. Ogden Armour, Treasurer. Roger C. Sullivan, Secretary, Dr. Frank Billings, Mrs. Joseph T. Bowcn, Rogor C. Sullivan, John II. Harrison, Levy Mayer, John O. Oglesby, V. A. Olnndor, David 13. Shanahan, John A. Spoor, Fred W. Upham, Charles H. Wackor, John H. Walker, E. W. Lloyd, Assistant Sec retary. Chairman of Commltteea. Food, Fuel and Conservation J. Ogden Armour. Labor John H. Walker. Engineering and Inventions Fredk. K. Copeland. Military Affalri John O. Oglesby. Publicity Samuel Insull. Survey of Man Power Victor A. Olandor. Women's Organizations Mrs. Joa. T. Bowen. HealthDr. Frank Billings. Legislation and Law Levy Mayer. Co-ordination of Societies Fred W. Upham. Auditing David E. Shanahan. YOU ARE JUST AS OLD ASYOUR SPINE Even back ns far ns Ceasar's time this saying was used. In later years, men substituted for it "A man's just as old as ho fools". Taking tho two, and combining tho meaning, wo havo tho truo expression and Chiropractic Intorprotntlon "A man's Just as old as his Splno allows him to fool." Tho spinal column Is tho main con duit through which tho ncrvo cables pass from tho brain, nnd from which tho tiny feeders aro distributed to ovory portion of tho body. If through abnormnl curvaturo, tho bones of tho spinal column obstruct tho freo flow of tho health-giving currents from tho brain to tho bodily organs, dlsoaso re sults In (ho organs so affected. Tho Chiropractor adjusts tho causo of tho troublo, removes tho pressuro on the norves without tho use of Drugs or Knlfo. This allows Nature to build up tho diseased organs or tlssuos. It thero Is any abnormal condition pres ent In your body which Is causing you SUfforlnff. lot Chlronrnetlo hrlni? hnrlt normal conditions so you may again enjoy good health. F. II. Soubold, Chiropractor, 1331 Stevens Bldg. Adv. John T. Murrhy, tna well known and popular lawyer, would make a good judge. Judgo Frank Johnston, Jr., Is mak ing n fine record on tho Circuit Court bench. Hoy Bros, Motor Car & Garage Company at 4C21 to 4G2D Cottage Grovo avonuo maintain ono of the largest garages In tho city and tholr "daylight nnd night service" is the best of any. Chostor A. Phillips & Co., tho well known sales engineers, in tho Old Colony Building, havo a national repu tation for efficiency and square deal ing and no concern in tho country furnishes bettor locomotives, steam shovels, excavators, locomotlvo cranes, railway cars, stool rails, railroad power, mlnlntr. shlnbulldors and con. tractors equipment. Edmund T. Porklns, tho well known engineer, Is n progressive Chlcagoan with n national roputntlon In his profession. GOVERNOR LOW- DENSASSISTANTS Department of Trade and Commerce. Director William H. Boys, Streator, $0,000. Assistant Director James S. Bald win, Decatur; $4,000. Superintendent of Insurance Fred W. Potter, Albion; $5,000. Fire Marshal John Gambor, Otta wa; $3,000. Chief Grain Inspector Walter E. Schmidt, Chicago; $5,000. Department of Finance. Director Omar II. Wright, Belvl dore; $7,000. Assistant Director Everett H. Tripp, Belvldere; $4,200. Administrative" Auditor Joseph C. Mason, Chicago; $4,800. Superintendent of Department Re portsA. T. Spivey, East St. Louia; $3,600. . Qepartment of Agriculture. Director Charles Adklns, Boment; $6,000. Assistant Director-H. H. Parke, Sycamore; $3,800. Superintendent of Foods and Dairies JohnB. Neoman, Elgin; $4,P00. Superintendent of Animal Industry W. W. Wright, Toulon; $3,600. Chief Veterinarian A. T. Petors, Peoria; $4,200. Chief Gamo and Fish Warden Ralph F. Bradford, Pont lac; $3,600. Department of Labor. Director Barney Cohen, Chicago; $5,000. Assistant Director Burt C. Bean, Chicago; $3,000. Chief Factory Inspector Robert 8.1 Jones, Flora; $3,000. Superintendent of Free Employment Offices W. G. Lewman, Danville; $3,000. Chief Inspoctor or Private Employ ment Agencies John J, McKenna, Chicago; $3,000 Department of Mines and Minerals. Director Evan D. John, Carbon dale; $5,000. Assistant Director Martin Bolt, Springfield; $3,000. Department of Public Works and Buildings. Director Leslie D. Puterbaugh, Peo ria; $0,000. Assistant Director Thomas G. Ven num, Watsoka; $4,000. Superintendent of Waterways Wil liam L. Sackott, Morris; $5,000. Superintendent "of Printing H. L. Williamson, Springfield, $5,000, Superintendent of Purchases and Supplies Henry II. Kohn, Anna; $5,000, Superintendent of Highways S. IS. Bradt, Do Kalb; $5,000. Superintendent of Parks Frank D. Lowmnn, Sandwich; $2,600. Department of Public Welfare. Director Charles H. Thorno, CM cago; $6,000. Assistant Director James E. Mc Clure, Carllnvllie; $4,000. Fiscal Supervisor Frank D. Whlpp, Springfield; $5,000. Superintendent of Charities A. L. Bowen, Springfield; $5,000. Superintendent of Prisons John L. Whitman, Chicago; $5,000. Superintendent of Pardons and Pa rolos William Colvln, Springfield; $5,000. Department of Health. Director Dr. O. St Clair Drake, Springfield; $6,000. Superintendent of Lodging House Inspection William H. McCulIoch, Chlcugo; $3,000. Department of Registration and Edu cation. Director Francis W. Shepardson, Chicago; $6,000. Superintendent of Registration Fred O. Dodds, Springfield; $4,000. Judge John Barton Payne makes a splendid President of the South Park Commission, BIG CREEK COLLIERY COMPANY SALES AGENTS FOR SALINE COUNTY COAL CO. BIG CREEK COAL CO. PRODUCING PRODUCING PREMIUM COALS BIG CREEK COALS . PEOPLES GAS BUILDING CHICAGO Ivan D. Koukoff, tho well known monoy broker and steamship agent, Is n lender on tho West 8ldo. Ho would mnko n good county commissioner. John W. Eckhart has dono much to build up tho Iroquois Club. Ho makes a success of everything ho undertakes. Dixon C. Willlnms has high honors awaiting him at tho hands of tho people REAL VALUES IN TRUNKS and Traveling Bags J. H. DIOK 64 W. MADISON ; tff NEVER TOO LATE Collin. Ptnotratlv Liquid, only knows porramnom rouer tor rnaumatwa la all lu t. MAKE US PROVE IT Como In for a fro trial. . COLLINS COLLINS Franklin itl 90S Taooma BMi. Electric Lighting Supplies mx Edison Building, 72 West Adams Street CARBONS CORDS BRUSHES SOCKETS SWITCHES MOTORS made n C Mm Double Service mr &mw " JU HjWj"'' W fits any of your present sockets. ' HI hfei'VC. an macs too,n r an electrical Wxr msam w home- appliance, nnd a lamp at if JB""!! Way Plug fn every room. Bl 1 rlsVaU. I 11 ,2BPJP55 I "'SpljSUrMETfcTwfear. $QU&$ BENJAMIN ELECTRIC MFG. CO. I BsBgl NowToik CMuio StarrwclM ' ' ' t''m mmmm ' HX - llllllllj SEIPP'S Hollander Extra Pale Bavarian Telephone Calumet 730 CONRAD SEIPP BREWING CO. Foot Ekasit 27th Street I J?vwffiB'.'v JO C3BpeMHflMuwH2nr jHB HHEf XJtSlsHBa'aBrJsiV BeiaBBel ADAMORTailPKN President H. 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