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CHICAGO EAGLE
179 WEST WASHINGTON ST.
Telephone Main 3913
Sautheatt Coi.ier Wathtagton St.
and Well St.
HENRY F. DONOVAN, Editor nd Publiihtr
Enurtd u Se7nt CIm Millfr October
11. 1IS, at th rol Oiner t Chicago, till
ftolrf, unJr AC -i Mtreh f. 1S7.
ES'W" ISHEU OCTOBER 5, 1889
orporud Vdtr th Lwt of Illlnola.
Foundtd by 11KMHY F. DONOVAN.
Th Chicago Eagle, a newipiptr
far all cti? of readers, It devoted
to National, State and Local Pol.
Itlcai to the publication or Mu
nicipal. State, County and San
itary Qlitrlet newi) to comment
PMsTe In public lite; to cleah
leeball and Sport, and to the
bbJiuiloo of Qeneril Information
f poollo Intereet. Financial, Com
mtbclal and Polltffcal.
SATURDAY, JUNE 28, 1919.
BOOST CHICAGO.
Plans for a $1,000,000 advertising
cnmpnlgn, extending over a period of
four years, wero formulated at a
meeting of tho "Chicago Boosters"
In tho Illinois Athletic Club.
The plan, designed to "remove tho
stigma falsely attached to tho namo
of Chicago by other cities, largely
through misrepresentations In their
press," was presented by William D.
McJunkln, local advertising expert
Mr. McJunkln called on Mayor
Thompson and suggested the plan.
"Put it Into writing nt once," said
tho mayor, "and lay it beforo tho
Boosters tonight."
Tho plan provides for appointment
of n "Mayor's Commltteo for a
Greater Chicago."
"This commltteo," reads Mr. Mc
Junkln'H outline, "shall act and speak
only In tho namo of tho mayor of Chi
cago. The membership can ho a mat
ter of later decision, but I should
say that moro than flvo might nmko it
unwicldly.
"It Is my holief that n Bum of at
least 250,000 n year for n period of
four years, making $1,000,000 in all,
should bo Invested in advertising and
merchandising tho city of Chicago.
"To look to tho city council or spe
cial Interests for funds would bo ut
ter folly. Tho cause is such a demo
cratic ono that It should be financed
with equal democracy. Every man
in business In Chicago should bo
given an opportunity to share In tho
glory of this tremendous clvlo en
deavor. "It would bo my plan to obtain bul
letin hoards In every advantageous
location In tho country. This Is a
strategic method of carrying tho war
Into the enomy's country.
"Imagine, if you please, tho great
host of transients arriving In Now
York City being greeted by a painted
bulletin extolling the advantages of
Chicago as a sunimor rosort, a3 nn
industrial center, etc.
"Pause for a moment and calcu
late tho value of this message to tho
peoplo of Chicago. How typical of
Chicago's 'I Will' spirit, how charac
teristic of Chicago's commercial cour
age. Atlantic City visitors seoklng tho
cooling breezes of tho ocean would
j,ee flashed In striking colors beforo
their gazo a personal mossngo from
tho mayor of Chicago.
"The honest facts of Chicago's
greatness would thereby soon bo es
tablished in tho national mind, and
potty charges made against our city
eradicated for all time.
'And what fighting blood It would
put Into our citizens, Mho, seeing
those bulletins in other cities, would
bo encouraged to stand up lieroor
they might bo and boost Chicago
first."
EL WIS0 CLUB OUTING
The llfih .mnual outbid of Hie hi
io Club, one of the no uoi umr
North Shoro organization & held
iat Sunda a the fine grow a Drin
Mawr and Lincoln aw-nn Th'rr
a ait a very largo attendan" owr 1 '
liing present, and min' game
athletic gporu. dancing and good et
Kept everybody In tho bent of htw r
Tho officers of tho organization art
John WslUsr, president Thomas II
Ij igan, treasurer. John V Bergen, tier
retary Thonma Kay nt-i air
nun of tbe outing celebraiiot. Joseph
Kano wai oifl'ial reterfc' fr,l Ii','Ti
'regg. announcer of erjtrainrnnt
ToKeph P Lynch was at the l.i-ad of
Mie revta'irfint fuHuiltt-- ai i J epli
Murphy of the bar commute' -.Jib O
Wilghoff Poteraon an fir-t -- un'
and Bert Longwortby ko -nd a.unt
Tho entertainers of the evrnlng err
lack Donahue, Rolrt (V,j,penger and
John Shields who also m tod a chai
lain
Andre J Ryan, tho able lawyer,
thould bo elected to tho constitutional
convention.
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KICKHAM SCANLAN,
Able Judge, Talked of for United States Senator.
LOWDEN FOR
PRESIDENT
William G. Eddcns wns elected pres
ident of tho Lowdon Boomers' or
ganization, with A. X. Marquis, presi
dent of the Hamilton club, honorary
president- Henry C. Morris was
chosen secretary and W. M. Richards
treasurer.
Among tho vice-presidents who said
they are ready to go forth and spread
tho Lowdcn gospel throughout tho
country, arc:
John H. Batten,
Honry It. Rath-
Kostor S. Nlms,
John 1. Volght,
It. W. Dunn,
hone,
Klmnr I). Hi others
Chns. J. O'Connor,
A.I-oroy T. Stownrd,
Tho Row 11
Whlto,
W. P. Olds,
'John C. Arm-S. A. Hnrper,
strong, V. A. Leonard,
II, 12. Sever, O. O. Cnmmoron,
John T. Richards, S. T. Mcssorvoy,
Nlnlnn II. Welch, Robert S. lies,
G. T. Buckingham, Fred L. Rossbach,
W. E. Humphrey, W. W. Kd wards,
W. S. Barber, Albert C. Clark.
Among thoso who attended tho
meeting and signed up as charter
members, besides tho officers nnd
committeemen named, wero:
Samuel Erlckson. John T. Richards,
Alfred S Adams, L. H. Wilson, Hen
ry R. Rnthbono, William R. T. Owen
Kwcn. Charles G. Blake, Judge Wil
liam N. Gemmill, William A. Leonard,
Foster S. Nlms. and Clark S. Reed.
Eugono Mullane, the popular Chi
cago typo, Is visiting his daughter In
Cincinnati. Mr. Mullano has been do
ing groat work In getting out tho Cook
county tax list for tho Chicago Journal
and his ninny friends wish him a
pleasant tlmo on his wellenrned vnca.
tlon.
Francis S. Penbody for United
Stntos senntor Is tho winning hat
tlo cry for 1920.
Ascher Brothers havo a string of
movlo theaters that for beauty and
comfort cannot bu beat In tho world.
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FRANK JOHNSTON, JR.
Popular Judge, Who Is Often Talked of for Governor by Democrats.
I2mmott Whcalan Is mnklng n splen
did record as n member of tho County
Board of Commissioners. Ho Is a
veteran Chicago printer who stands
high with everybody In tho trado and
ns a public official Is winning friends
everywhere.
Frank Johnston, Jr., nblo Judgo of
tho Circuit court, would nmko a
great governor of Illinois.
Fletcher Dobyns would mnko a
good member of tho constitutional
convention.
FREDERICK H. RAWSON,
President of the Union Trust Com
pany. SIGN OF THE TEETH
An Alderman Proposes a Fitting
Symbol for the Department
of Public Service.
A well known alderman suggests
that u doublo sot of teeth, Blmilar to
some Halstcd street dentist signs bo
adopted as a symbol for tho Chicago
Dopartmont of Public Service
Tho nldcrman docs not say
whothcr tho teeth aro to bo used on
public utilities or on tho public Itself.
WALSH AND THE
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juso their efforts to secure a hearing for Do Valera, Griffith nnd Plunkett.
"Of course we will take no further steps until tho American commission
passes on tho senate resolution."
GILLETT AND THE
This Is n particularly good Into
portrait of Frederick II. Glllett of Mas
snehusettn, speaker of tho houo In
the Sixty-sixth congress. Ho has n
difficult position to fill (i Republican
speaker In n Democratic administra
tion nnd his handling of tho office Is
being watched with much Interest.
Just now Speaker Glllett Is uln
In tho public eye because of certain
things ho recently said about Mexico
beforo tho Pun-American commercial
congress. Ills address brought forth
n protest to the state department from
tho Mextcnn embassy. In n formal
statement Mr. Glllett says:
"I thought It would bo preposter
ous In n discussion of tho commercial
conditions on this continent to havo
no allusion mndu to Mexico, whose
persistent failure to observe her In
ternational obligations and protect
foreigners engaged In commerce has
been notorious and Is tho most 11a-
grant obstacle to commercial Intercourse and growth In our hemisphere. And
yet I endeavored to make clear that my attitude was entirely freo from
hostility or Jingoism; that I was eager that tho United States should earn the
permanent coulldence and frlendihlp of tho republic south of us."
ELIHU ROOT AND
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his legitimate Interest In tho Red Cross, which Is Involved in tho treaty. Ho
brought It away with him when ho came, there being nt that tlmo no Injunc
tion. It was not secret document In the sense of the word. The German
government having full right to nmko this paper public iniido It public.
CROWN PRINCE CHARLES OF R0UMANIA
Crown I'rlnco C'linrli's of Rmi
iimuhi Is suffering from a bullet wound
In the leg, M'lMnllletcd. according to
reports reaching this country. Tho
wound Is iml regiiided us seilous.
The crown prince's net, which has
caused a seiiiillon In Bucharest, Is
said to hae been prompted by the
king's InsMeuco that the prince make
a Mx moiiihV trip n Japan to forget
Mile. Ceellle Luiubillio, tho gill from
whom he wii- forced by his rojul par
ents to oliialn a divorce licciuiiu she
wan neither titled nor wealthy.
The eiiiwn prince created colisler
initio)) lii lliiiMiiaulau ro.Mil clrcle lit -i
t hi- h, miin.vliig Mile. I.amlii'iiio, whu
is the daiigliier of II letlnd major in
i In- Roiiiiiiiiiinii iiiiu.v,
lor tliN "eMjnpuilo" King Ferdl
Hand oiileied that ho be glen",1 days'
Millliir.v iiinliiieiiient "lor iiliM'iillug
iiiiii-"li wiUiimi leave troin hin mini-
miij 'i he f i in en litis (iiuio iht uiiniist
to ilKi-tt I'lime ClllU'les' litllnl I'miii
iniiM-l.v iii lii i chtiritablo works, Iml
formei w.ie ohI litis freqiiciill.s been
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PEACE CONFERENCE
Frank P. Wnlih of KntiMH City.
whose portrait Is hero presented, unci
former Gov. Kdwnnl F. Duiino of 1111
tmlM. Imlk liiice lust now In the public
cyo bccnuio of their eiTorts to get the
Irish iiticitinn boforo tho penco con
ference. Mr. Walsh was formerly
chairman of the federal liulustrlnl re
latione cnninilsxlou imtl Intor promi
nently Identllletl with organized labor.
Mr. Wnlli nnd Mr. Dunne had a con
ference with President Wilson In Paris
and gave out' tho following statement:
"Wo had n conference with the
president today In which be stntcd
that the American commllonors
could not take up the enso of Ireland
officially with the pence conference,
but that ho lilnixelf and others had
done, and would continue to do, unof
ficially, what they could do In tho In
terext of Ireland! that tho American
conimlsilon hud not yet taken up tho
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MEXICAN PROTEST
THE PEACE TREATY
Kllhu Root of New York, former
United States henntor from Now York
nnd former secretary of state, fre
quently occupies tho public attention,
Inasmuch as ho Is probably tho lead
ing lawyer of tho country, nnd many
AmerlciuiH consider his Intellect sec
ond to none. Just now ho Is under the
limelight In connection with tho peacu
treaty. Mr. Root camo voluntarily be
fore tho senate commltteo on foreign
relations when It began Its Investiga
tion of tho "leak" following tho state
ment by Senator Lodge that hu him
self had seen an official copy In Now
York of tho pence treaty which the
senato was unable to secure from the
peacu conference. Mr. Root's state
ment contains thoso points:
"I have u copy nnd havo had It for
several weeks. It was sent to mo by
Henry P. Davison. I assert tho entlro
propriety of my having It and of his
giving It to me. Hu had It becauso of
Mile Ceellle i, tr.Nlllg Hi Interest him
i'IiiiiIih Is still deeply iittachcd to his
-.en In Iter coiiipiuiy.
ITALIA IRREDENTA
Hi ii wild a m-v iiml good pott tall
of SIkiioi- Vlltorlo Oiliuulo, I tntlmi
leader lit t hi- peine conl'ciciico. Ilo Is
piehideut of council niifl minister of
Interior of the Unllmi goeiuineut. lie
has lieen called the "iitosl pnpulur uiiiu
In Hilly." This Is beiiiUHo of IiIh
ntaud fur tho lltilliiu iIiiIiiih to riiime
and tho adjacent regions In litillti
Irredenta. While Orlando has njipitr
ently been compelled to recetlo from
his po-ltlon and accept the pence con
J'eienco decision that Flumo shall bo
mado a freo city, with u plebiscite- at
Iho end of 10 years, Jut 1ms mado u
sturdy light, which has won tho ad
miration ami affection of his country
men. According to tho lntest reports
a League of Nations' commission Is to
administer Flume, assuring equal
rights to Italians and Jugo-blavs.
Italia Irredenta (unredeemed Italy)
lies along tho eastern shoro of tho
Adriatic sen. It consists largely of
geographically llo within tho herders
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Pt PETER M. HOFFMAN,
Popular Coroner and the Beat Vote Getter In the Republican Party.
Fred W. Uphnm is always on hnnd
when Chicago wants him, whether It
Is to bring a national convention to
tho city, or to win anything big for
tho town, Uphnm Is always tho leader
In the movement.
Dennis J. 12gnn has mado a flno
record In every official position ho
DENNIS J. EGAN,
Popular Chief Bailiff of the Municipal
Court.
hns hold. Ho Is ploaslng everybody
as Chief Bailiff of tho Municipal
Court.
Lnuronco R. Adams, tho popular
manager of tho Brovoort Hotel, has
ovory reason to bo proud of his great
restaurant. It Is praised by every
body who has patronized it.
Coroner Potor M. Hoffman, always
Just and honest In his public llfo, Is
a man In whom tho peoplo bnvo confi
dence. Chns. Ringer, ono of tho most popu
lar men who over Bat on tho board of
assessors of Cook County, Is frequont-
CHARLES RINGER,
Popular Republican Leader and Prom
inent Real Estate Dealer.
ly talked of for high political honors,
Whatever position ho Is chosou to fill
ho will nil to tho satisfaction of ovory
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WL Karl Mayer & Company
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Makers of
Service Shaving andt
Dental Creams
Tclcphono Central 2133
36 South State Street CHICAGO
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ABOLISH THIS JOB
The Department of Public Ser
vice Is an Unnecessary Hard
ship on the Taxpayers.
Tho city department of public sor
vlco should bo abolished.
It Is an unnecessary nest of sine
cures. Tho blcgost slnccuro In It Is tho Job
of commissioner.
A visit to his offlco may dlscloso this
fact.
This department cost tho weary
taxpayers of Chicago, $70,910 last
year.
It pretends to recclvo, investigate
and adjust complaints regarding ser
vice, rates, products and othor mattors
relating to tho health, comfort, con
venience or safety of tho public as
affected by public utilities.
Let us laugh.
Everybody knows what a Joko this
department is and how llttlo It docs.
WHERE IS JHE MONEY?
People With Bills Against the
Late Republican Campaign
Committee Are Wondering
Who Went South.
Peoplo with unpaid blls against tho
Into Republican Campaign Commltteo
nro wondorlng who wont south with
tho coin.
For aught tho poor creditors know
It may havo boon Invostod In oil or
smoko or eomothlng olso connected
with heat.
Judgo Scully gives groat satisfaction
as county Judgo.
Sheriff Chnrlos W. Peters Is mak
ing a good record.
Josoph F. Haas has nlwayB mado
a good public record. Ho is a man
of tho peoplo.
A Two
Million
Dollar
Guarantee
that the Oliver Nine
Typewriters, now selling-
for $57, arc brand
new, latest models, the
identical machines in
every way, that sold for
$100 before the Oliver
Typewriter Company
inaugurated its present
economical production
and selling plans.
Telephone today, Randolph 500.
A representative will show you
an Oliver Nine and rWc full de
tails with no obligations to you.
The Oliver Typewriter Company
11-21 Oliver Tpwrllr Bids., Chlto

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