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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 FIh Athletic Ooods Automobile Supplies Boats and Launches Bicycles Dry Oooils Business Stationery Clothing Cutlery Cigars and Tobacco Fishing Tackle Hods and Reels Otitis HcvoUcrs Atnmunttlon a loves Clolf Goods Harness and Saddles THE FAIR Statt, Adams and Dearborn St. Phono Exchange J Mall Orders Tilled Chicago Established 187S by E.J. Lehmann DEMOCRATIC COMMITTEEMEN UoniuetHue nutional Committeeman (or Illinois Charles Iloeschensteln, Bdwardsvllle. Democratic State Comtnlttet. Chal.iuan Arthur W. Charles, Car sal. Vice Chalrinaa Douglas Patttion, Freeport; Terence F. Moras, Chicago; Cd. M. SplIIer, Marlon. Secretary Isaac D. Craig, Mattoon. Treasurer Erndst Hoover, Taylor fllle. Sorgennt-at-Arms Jerry J. Km, Jtstt St. Lout. Democratic County Committee. Joint's M. Dalluy, chairman. Wlllluui P. Foeuey, Hecrotary. Managing Committee of the Democrat ic Party of Cook County. Chairman Tatnei M. DUtTe?. Vice Chairmen Joseph ftusukewlcs, Frank F. Roedor, Anton J. Ceraakk, lamp M. Whalon, Frank II. McCul loch. Chairman of 12xocutlve Committee Henry Stuckart. Secretary William P. Feeney. Assistant Secretary John F. Quia Un. Financial Secretary Jacob Llnd lelmer Sereeant-at-Arms John J. Leonard. First Ward Michael Kenna. Second Ward William J. Graham. Third Ward Thomas D. Nash. lviirih Wsrrf Tirnm M. nailar. ruth Ward Patrick J. Can-. rl - n, SeVfcth Ward JamAs M. Wharin. ELghth Ward John H. Mack. Ninth Ward John J. Leonard. Tenth Ward Joseph W. Cermak, Klevcntb Ward A. J. Sabath. Twelfth Ward Anton J. Cermak. Thirteenth Ward Martin J. O'Brien Fourteenth Ward Patrick A. Nash. Fifteenth Ward Thomas P. Keane. Sixteenth Ward Stanley !!. Kuns. Seventeenth Ward Jonoph Ruahke lcz. Elfihteenth Ward Bernard J. Oro (an. Nineteenth Ward John Powers. Twentieth Ward Dennis J. Egnn T went) .Brat Ward John F. O'Mal 'jsy Twiut-cond Wari Rudolph L Schapp. Twtuty-thlrd Ward Joseph L. 0111. Twenty-fourth Ward Frank F. Roe it r. Teny-flfth Ward Harry R. Ola- Hin. Tweuty-alxlb Ward Henry A. Zea- iflT. Twenty-seventh Ward Nell Murley. Twenty-eighth Ward Frank Paa na. Twenty-ninth Ward Ksamett Wave tan. Thirtieth Ward James F. Hegr-swa- Thirty first Ward Michael K. lUert ten. Tblrty-eecoad Ward Frank J. Waian. Thirty-third Ward Tlmotiiy Crowe. Cfclrty fourth Wax Joseph 0. Koet ia" Thirty-fifth Ward Wllllnm P. I'oo ney. Country Towns Samuel Klelnltz. rhlcago Heights; Francis M. Koough, Lemont; Peter Wolf, Molroso Park; Rons C. Hall. Onk Park; Isaac M. Cuobler. Palatine, and Frank H. Mc Culloch. Ward Organizations. Ward. 1 Headquarters, 772 S. State St ; president, John J. Coughlln, 17 N. La Salle St.; secretary, Iko Roder ick. 117 E. 20th St. 2 Headquarters, 203 E. 37th St.; tel. Douglas 2469; meets every Tues day; president, Edw. Stonson, 3415 Michigan Ave.; Hocrctary, Otto Woertcr, 668 E. 25th St. I Headquarters, Indiana Theater ESIdg., 210 B. 45d St 1 Headquarters, Young's Hall, SOtk and Wallace Sis.; meets first Thursday- president, John F, Bol tou, S254 UnTon Ave.; secretary. James J. Kropacek, 8135 Normal Ave. S Headquarters, Kahn's Hall, 16th aud Wood sts.; meets second Thursday; president, Henry Mc Nerney, 3544 S. Paulina St; secre tary, Matthew M. Burryan, 3421 Union Ave. 7 Headquarters, Calumet K. of C. Hall, C202 Cottage Grove Ave.; president, James M. Whalen, 6467 Mngliy Ave.; secretary, Elmer J. Whltty, 8424 Langley Ave. IHeadquarters, 9316 Commercial Ave.- president, John P. Byrnes, 7467 Rond Ave.; secretary, One avp 'Xelnwfit. 9919 Aathony Ave. Hardware and Tools Hats and Caps Incubators and Brooders Jewelry and Silverware Neckwear Nets and Seines Office Supplies Pipes and Smokers' Articles Shirts, Collars and Cuffs Sporting doods Shoes Tents and Awnings Trunks and Suit Cases Umbrellas Underwear Watches a Headquarters, Dellaan's Hall, P442 Cottage Orovo Ave.; tel. BurnslJe 11S3; president, Catrlnre DoHnan, 9IC1 Cottage Qrovo Ave.; seco t.iry, Douald E. WhlttenburR. 10726 Cottago Orovo Ave. II Headquarters. 2152 W. 12th St.; tel. Seoley 1040; president, Ml chuel J. Browne, 1916 Washburne Ave.; secretary, Fred W. Rnusch. 1741 W. 19th. 12 Headquarters, 2324 8. Kedzle Ave; tel. Lawndale 108; presi dent, Otto Kerner, 2 126 S. Clifton Park Ave; secretary, Joseph I. Novak. 2401 S. Trumbull Ave. 13 Headquarters, 3230 W. Madison St.; phono Kedzlo 423; president, James O. Donvlr, 3848 Congress St; secretary, John C. Morris, 3336 W. Adhms St 1 1 Hoadquarters, Conway's Hall, Lake St. and Western Avo.: moots uecond and fourth Tuesdays; president. James D. Shlfl, 172S Grand Ave.; secretary, Edward J. Kolly, 3345 Park Avo. 16 Headquarters, 2705 lona St; president, K',-n,rrf i Kalndl, 2600 W. Chicago Ave.; secretary, Mor ris Gevlrtz, 836 N. Francisco Ave. 16 Headquarters, 1402 W. North Ave.; moots every Friday; presi dent Josaoh Potlak. 1340 W. Noun avo.; secretary, Frank Llterskl, 1617 Dickson St. 17 Headquarters. 986 Milwaukee Ave.; tel. Monroe 6872; president, Michael Palcso; secretary, Teofll Woyna, 1020 Mllwaukoo Avo. IX Headquarters. 1462 W Madlsor St.; tel. Monroe 37Q9; priW4rrt ,- J,P2" c- Oavln. 326 R. Racine Avfolsjecretary, Jokn Vanrterhurjr, i12 fjjftWamon St. 1 19 Henitqunrtors, northwest corner Uluo Island Ave. and Taylor St.: president. ThoP. J. Johnson. 1C56 W. Congress St; secretary, Paul Drown. 20 Headquarters, Club House, 823 W. ISth St.; tel. Canal C1C9; meets second and fourth Thursdays; president, Peter F. Smith, 1008 8 Union Ave.; secretary, Barth. P. Collins. 926 W. 19th St 21st Headquarters, 112 Locust street; tel. Suporlor 491; meets ovcry second Friday; president, Joseph P. Mnhoney, 1446 N. La Salle street; sccretur), Edmund L. Mulcnhy, 2i' Headuuartoi-e, 1764 ijnrrobeo St.; tel. Lincoln 2746; dally moetlngs at 710 W. North Ave.; prusldent. Rudolph L. Schapp, 100': Howe St.; phono Lincoln 7557; secre tary, Math. J. Wagner. 23 Headquarters, Lower Lincoln Turner Hall, Sheffield and Diver ley Aves: tel, Lincoln 1996; presi dent, Jns. H. Poage, 616 Belmont Ave.; secretary, Bernard Jung, 1941 Mohawk St 24 Headquarters, 1604 Barry Ave.; tel. Lake View 1204; president F-nk A. Stadler. 2908 Lincoln Ave.; secretary, GusUv Seedorf. 313 N. Oakley Ave. 25 Headquarters, 5401 Broadway; phoue Edgownter 494; president John S. Humraor, 4536 Beacon St.; secrotnry, John P. Dougherty, 6310 Magnolia Are. 2G Headqunrtors, 3913 Lincoln Avo.; tel. Oraco 8701; moots ove'ry Fri day; president, Chns. A. Williams, 351C JansBon Avo.; secretary, Chas. W. Peters, 3019 N. Ilorml (ago Ave. 27 Headquarters, Grace Hall, 3801 Bernard St., cornor Graco, Elston ami Bernard; phono Irving 80S; meets last Friday; president, Hans Uliifio, C017 Pensacola Ave.; secretary, Geo. J. Gorckon, 4040 X. LeClnlro Avo. 28 Headquartors, 19C7 Mllwnukeo Ave.; phono Armltngo 6471. 29 HcndquarterH, 1010 W. Garfield Blvd.; tel. Drover 4152; prosldont, Frank J. Ryan; secrotnry, John II. Cook. 30 Headquartors, McNnlly'a Hall, 4G47 S. Halsted St.; prosldent, Martin J. McNally, 4617 S. Hnl stod St.; secretary, E. J. Koan, 531 W. 45th St. i Headquartors, 6608 S. Halsted St.; meets first Friday; president, Frank J. Corr, 524 Vf. 60tU St.; secretary, Chas. Soner, 6852 8. Pe oria St. t2- Hftudquartora, suites 10 and 11, Anderson HI fit., 6856 S. Halsted St. 33 Headquarters. Hodnett's Hall, Armitnge and Crawford Aves.; phone Belmont CJ91. 34 Meadquarters, 3556 Ogden Ave.; tnl, lawndale 634, president Harry M. Christie. 1849 8, Lawn dale Ave.; secretary, Dennis B Duffy, 212S S. Lawndale Ate. 26 Headquarters, 4039-411 W, Madlsob St.; tel Garfield 71&2; meets first and third Thursdays; president R, W, Lnrkln, 4133 Jackson Blvd secretary, John S, Clark, Kilr pSSSSSSlaaSSSSSSSSasssssppippBppppBp bbbbbbbbbbwKT ' bbbbbbbbV fsbsbbbbbbBiBHebffl-- bbbbHLsbV kfkbbsbbbbHbHLHIjSB " 's? tbbbbbbibiH LfbbtbbbabVbbBbSbaKl bbbbbbbH WsaLLLl -W?"-:-lsLLLLLLl ibbbbbabbbbbbbbbbbbV bsHbbBnKTv v. ubbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbLiH Lbbbbbbbm. 'CbKaitbbbbbbbbH RbbbbbbbbbBbP 'bBbrv LLLLLLLLaLaH bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbH EDWARD J. 8RUNDAGE, Attorney General of Illinois. REPUBLICAN COMMITTEEMEN National Republican Committeeman 'or Illinois Wllllnm Hale Thompsou. State Central Committee. Headquarters Chicago. Chairman Frank L. Smith, Dwlght Secretary JaBtus L. Johnson. Au rora 1 Adolph Marks. 2 Clmrles II. Sergei 3 Harry A. Lowls. 4 TIiob . J. Fluucaue. 5 Abrnm J. Harris. . C Loland S. Rapp. 7 John P. Garner. 8 Leo A. Dunno or Wm. J. An derson. 9 Fred W. Upbam. 10 Georgo W. Paullin. 11 Julius L. Johnson. 12 Adam C. Cllffe. 13 J. P. Overhoisor. 14 W. A. Roaonfleld. .,10 Gforgo 11 Wilson. ' Hi O., Do F. Kinney. 17 Frank L. Smith. IS Len Small. 19 Henry P. Harris. 20 S. Elmer Sluipcou. 21 Lewis II. Minor. 22 Cicero J. Llndly. 2:i Georgo A. Brown. 24 Noah C. Bainum. 25 Henry II. Kohn. i County Executive Committee. Hoadquutters S0o Otis Building. Ciutnnan Homer K. Galplu. V'icu-c'iiairnian Martin U. Madden. Hoerour William II. Weber. Assletnnt Secrctary--Emll J. Wentz mfi. Treusuier t.eRoy Mlllner. 1 Francis P. Brady, U9 E. 20th ti. a Martin I). Muddou, TOU Tucouiu uldg. I Robert R. Levy, 4C39 Prulrle Ava. 4 Ceorfct J. Feser, 27$2 Shields Ae. 5 Edward R. Liulnger, 29 S. U Salle St. Roy O. Weat, 1340 First National Bank Bldg. 7 I. N. Powell, 6826 Burnett Ave. I Walter E. Schmidt, 208 S. I -a Salle 3t. Edward E. Ertsman, 11300 For- restvlllo Ave. 10 Thomas Curran, 2023 S. Raclae Ave. 11 Charles V. Barrett, 29 S. La Salle St 12 A. W. Miller, Chamber o! Com merce Bldg. 13 David W. Clark, 3125 Warren Ave. 14 N. Ta44, KU N. Hamlin Ave. 16 'Niels Juul, 2646 Potomao Ave. 16 Joseph P. KTHs'e'na, iM Wicker Park Ave. 17- i.tiMe n. Slits. 1471 Grand Ave. -- II K O'lpm, IC3r Jaikrou til") 10- ' hrl8torl.r Msrner 720 Ht-ap' ll'oek. 20 Morris Rllt-r, 1301 S f'f-orls St 21 Oscar Hebel, U5 8chirjer Bid 22 fhns G. Kempf, 9tJ Concnrd PI 23 E. J Brundare. 110 S. Di arbors a. 21 L. A BrundaKf, 2210 f'llftnn Are 26-Geo. K. Schmidt. 422 Sheridan Rd. 26 John C. Cannon, 4047 N. Hermi tage Ave. 27 LoRoy Mlllor. 5922 Nlckerson Ave 28 Joseph F. Haas, 2712 Fullerton Ave. 29 Ernnst Wlthall, 1J41 W Garflald Blvd "0 Thomas J Hf-aly. f,415 H. May Ht. 31 V'm II. Reld. 1335 GarlWd Blvd 32 rhnrlfs A Wl:ilms 122 B Mfehl Ktl Avr 11 OPfirce Hltzrnan, VHi Counry BMg "H Sol. P Rndorlnlt. )'I28 8 tsnldlm Ave ".' f'hns .1 Peters, Country Districts. Peter AnkoT Mouth Holland Wllllnm H. Wober, 315 County Bldg Peter M. Hoffman, S00 County Bld ,To!flph Carnlan. William Busse, Mount Prospect. Dr. Frank H. Anderson, 1413 Sher man Ave.. Evanston. Math. Rnulor, Jr., Is frequently men tioned for tho legislature by Demo crats of tho 31st district. Ho would mako a good representative of tho pooplo. EAGLETS. Congressman James McAndrows Is making a good record. Cleau out the barnacles, Mayor Thompson, nnd breath easier lu tho City Hall. Clayton F. Smith Is n popular Dom- , ocratlc leader, whose friends predict ! future honors for him. The men who are putting extra lo cal taxes on tho pooplo aro public enemies. The peoplo hnva burdens enough to bear without putting up their Inst cent for fads. Colonel August W. Mlllor, popular clerk of tho Circuit Court is making u splendid public record. Chief Mooney of tho city dotoctivo bureau, Is ono of tho ablost poltco officials In tho United States. Edward WEvereUJo woll known, vjiiivuku iunyur,iB irvquumiy 'men tioned for judicial honors, although ho has nevor indicated any desire to seek a position on tho bench. He is very popular with all who know him and his connections, professional and othorwlso, are all of that high clasB which Instills respect und confidence Thero aro too muny barnacles In tho city hall. County Recordqr Joseph r. Hans Is making n flno public record. Tho peoplo oro satisfied with his official ucls. Frank J. Hognn, tho well known law yer, nnd formor llro nttornoy, would make a splondld Judgo of tho munici pal court. Prosldent Relnborg of tho county board Is making a good record. Ben J. Short, tho popular lawyer, would tmiko a groat Judgo. Albert J. Hopkins, who made one of tho best United Stntos senators IlllnolB over hud, would mako a groat governor. Tho Chicago Association of Com nweo N doing groat work for Chi capo. Rfpfal tho rotton Civil Sorvlco laws nnd vivo the soldlor boys Jobs, n W. K. f'urnrnlnga, tho woll known nnj-'inf-er and contrHCtor, has mado a fir.f- record IIIh work Is praised nil uir the country. The Chicago Englo numbors amonR Its subscribers tho most Influential, most prosperous and most rospoctod wen In Chlrago. It rearhos nearly ovcry man of standing In the community and all man who are rnoldnrs of public opin ion or directors of public affairs, It Is the guide, montor and frlond of civury political loader of every shade of opinion It U read by Government, state f'ounty and City officials. It Is rend by n big porrnnlago of the legal fraternity, Including boncb and lift r It Is the favorltn of Chicago's lead ing hiiNlncKH men. It reaches u classes In tholr homes. It Is In every public offlco and ov ery public library. It Is a paper that Is read by people of stnndlng and Influenco. Tho Englo goos Into ovcry pro clnct In Chicago, The Oscar Hols Piano School stunds for what Is highest nnd boBt In tho art of teaching music nnd dlroctlng ono's music education. Tho City Council wonts to find out tho high cost of living. Profiteers may flfwl Mlt hlnn I. . ,t.A AUahm. -. ..., uu. I4I.1W IU1UIU UU 4llUUtUlU(l KOI I through with thorn. I Francis Stuyvesanl Peabody for untteu states senator. That is tho battlo ery tho demo crats of Illinois will enter tho arena In 1920 with and win. Peabody Is great In ovory way. He will bo tho Greatest United States senator that Illinois has had since Shelby M. Cullom died. His nomination will mean his elec tion and ho will got over a third of tho republican vote and all of the democratic vote. All factions of tho Democratic party are with him and tho pooplo already hnll Penbody as a certain winner. Mayor Thompson wns tho fnthor of inuniclpnl playgrounds. Ho Intro duced nnd secured tho passage of tho llrst ordlnnnco creating ono whllo ho was an alderman. Carl Appel, tho owner of tho Justly famous North Side Tumor Hnll, and restaurant. Is a wldo awako citizen, of whom Chicago Is proud. Patrick A. Nnsh Is making a gront record on tho Board of Rovlow. James M. Whalen Is limiting n splen did record as county civil scrvico commissioner. He deserves well nt the hands of tho people, ns ho has nluays been faithful to ovory public trust Imposed on him. Reelect Martin 11. Mndden to Con gress. He Is a useful and ablo public servant. Judge Scully gives great satisfaction ns county Judge. James Agar of tho woll known John Agnr Packing Company would mako n splendid statu treasurer of Illinois. Ho is n business man of high char actor and a political loader of force and ability. Francis S. Penbody for United Stntcs sonntor Is tho winning bat tlo cry for 1920. Ascher Brothers havo a string of movlo theaters that for beauty und comfort cannot bo boat in tho world. Andrew J. Ryan, tho nblo lawyor, should bo elected to tho constitutional convention. Emmott Whenlan is making n splon dld record ns n mombor of tho County Board of Commissioners. Ho la a veteran Chicago prlntor who stands high with everybody In tho trade and as a public official is winning frionds everywhere. Frank Johnston, Jr., ablo judgo of tho Circuit court, would mako a great governor of Illinois. 1'ieicnor uooyns would mnko .a Fod) mombor of .tho (constitutional convontlon. Fred W. Upham Is always on hand when Chicago wants him, whether It Is to bring a national convention to tho city, or to win anything big for tho town, Upbnm Is always tho leader lu tho movoment Tho Joseph Trlner Company nas dono much for tho health of tho peo plo. Its products aro praised by all who havo used thorn. Coronor Peter M. Hoffmnn, nlways Just and honost In hla public life, is a mnn In whom tho pooplo havo confi dence. Dennis J. Egan has mndo a flno record In every ofllcinl position ho has held. Ho Is ploaslng everybody us Chief Bailiff of tho Municipal Court. Judgo Thomas 7. Scully has made a splendid record In the County Court The people have confidence In him and their confldonco ha's nevor been misplaced, either when the Judgo wu on the Municipal bench or In his pres ent responsible position. Flotchor Dobyns, tho popular mas tor In chanco'y, Is at tho forefront In every movement for tho better ment of Chicago. Matt Allor would make good City Treasurer. He Is n sterling Democrat and has worked hard to put many good men Into public office. One of the vr; nest Alderuieu Id the City Council, Is Edward F Culler ton. He has been longest la the public service of any member of tho City ""oiincll and Ills usefulness to die peo ple has been demonstrated over and over again. Somo of tho greatest nnd best known masters of tho plnno forto lu tho United Slutos nro graduates of n famous Chicago Institution tho Os car Dlos School lu tho McClurg build Ing. Oscar Dlos, tho president, la fa mous for his success In tenoning artlh tin piano plnylng, and ninny persons will tnkn advantage of tho fact that tho Oscnr Dlos School will hold n summer school during July to porfoct their education In this chwrfr -Mmpllshmont. John W. Eckhnrt Is often men tioned for govornor by Democrats. Lnuronco R. Adams, the popular manager of tho flno Brovoort Hotel, Is ono of Chicago's prosperous citi zens and ono of tho bost liked hotel men In the Unltod States, William A. Koneflck, prosldont of tho Peerless Knglnoerlng & Construc tion Company In tho Chamber of Com merce Is ono of Chicago's most ro spoctod citizens. 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