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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, Athletic Goods Automobile Supplies Doats nnd Launches Bicycles Dry Goods Business Stationery Clothing Cutlery Clears and Tobacco Fishing Tackle Rods nnd Reels dims, UcvoUers Ammunition Oloc3 Coif Goods Harness and Saddles THE FAIR State, Adami and Dearborn SU. I'liono Exchanse i Mali Order Tilled Chicago Established 1875 by E. J. Lohmann DEMOCRATIC COMMITTEEMEN Democratic national Conimltteeman lor Illinois Charles Boeschensteln, dwnrdsvltle. Democratic 8tata Commlttae. Chairman Arthur W. Charles, Car ail. Vice Chairman Douglas Pattlson, rreaport; Terence F. Moran, Chicago; Cd. M. Splllor, Marlon. Secretary Isaac D. Craig, Mattoon. Treasurer Efnoit Hoover, Taylor rllle. 9ergeant-at-Arms Jerry J. Kama, East St. Louis. Democratic County Committee. James M. Dnlley, chairman. William P. Fooney, socrotary. Managing Committee of the Democrat (c Party of Cuok County. ChaTrmaaTames M. DTfTiBy. Vita Chairman Joacilll RusfikewICK. Irank F. Rooder, Anton J. Cormak, James M. Whalen, Frank B. McCul loch. Chairman of Executlvo Committee Henry Stuckart. Secretary "William P. Feeney. Assistant Secrotary John F. Quln Un. Financial Secretary Jacob Ltud aelmor. Sefgeant-at-Arms John J. Leonard. First Ward Michael Konna. Second Ward William J. Graham. Third Ward Thomas D. Nash. Fourth Ward James M. Datler. Fifth Wa'rd Patrick J. Carr. . Elxth Ward John P. Gibbons. Saventh Ward James M. Whalen. Eighth Ward John H. Mack. Ninth Ward John J. Leonard. Tenth Ward Joseph W. CeTmak. Eleventh Ward A. J. Sabath. Twelfth Ward Anton J. Ccnnak, Thirteenth Ward Martin J. O'Brien. Fourteenth Ward Patrick A. Nash. Fifteenth Ward Thomas P. Keane. fllxteenth Ward Stanley H. Kunt. Seventeenth Ward Joseph Rushke wlcz. Eighteenth Ward Bernard J. Ore can. Nineteenth Ward John Powers. Twentieth Ward Dennis J. Egan. Twenty-first Ward John F. O'Mai toy. Twcuty-second Ward Rudolph L. chapp. Twenty-third Wnrd Joseph L. Gill. Twenty-fourth Ward Frank F. Roe er. Twonty-nfth Ward Harry R. Olk kons. Twenty-sixth Ward Honry A. Zen ker. Twenty-seventh Ward Nell Hurley. Twenty-eujhth Ward Frank Pa aen. Twenty-ninth Ward Emmett Whetv MI, Thirtieth Ward James F. Heffe aaa. Thirty-first War Michael K. Bhert fen. Thirty-second War Frank J. Walssu Thirty-third Ward Timothy Crowe, Maty-fourth Word Joseph O. Koet osw, Thlrty-Jlfth Ward William P. Foo ney. Country Towns Samuel Klolnltz, Chicago Holghts; FrancU M. Koough, Lemont; Poter Wolf, Molroso Park; Ross C. Hall, Oak Parle; Isaac M. Kuobler, Palatlno, nnd Frank II. Mc Culloch. Ward Organizations. Ward. 1 Headquarters, 772 S. Stato St.; president, John J. Coughlln, 17 N. La Salle St.; socrotary, lice Rodor lelc, 117 13. 20th St. 2 Headquarters, 203 E. 37th St.; tol. Douglas 24G0; meets every Tues day; president, Edw. Stenson, 3415 Michigan Ave.; secretary, Otto Woortor, C68 E. 35th St. I Headquarters, Indiana Theater Bldg., zlO E. 43d St. 4 Headquartora, Young's Hall, SOtu and Wallace SU.; meets first Thursday; preeldent, John F. Bol ton, S254 Union Ave.; secretary, James J. Kfopacek, 8136 Normal Ave. S Headquarters, Kahn's Hall, JJth and Wood sts.j meets second Thursday: prosldent, Honry Mo Nerney, 5544 S. Paulina St.; secre tary, Matthew M. Burryan, 342 Union Are. 7 Headquarters, Calumet K. of 0. Hall, 6202 Cottage Grove Aye,; president, James M. Wnafen, 457 L&agfsy Ave.; secretary, Elmer J. WTUtfy, M24 Langley Ave. Headquarters, 9215 Commercial Ave,; presMent, John P. Byrnes, "H91 Bona Atm.; secretary, One tor ZSMawig. HT' Aatfcony At. MEATS AND FIh 1 Hardware and Tools I nats ami caps Incubators nnd Droodcrs Jewelry nnd Silverware Ncckwcnr Nets and Seines Office Supplies Pipes and Smokers' Articles Shirts, Collars and Cuffs Sporting Goods Shoes Tents and Awnings Trunks and Suit Cases Umbrellas Underwear Watches 9 Headquarters, DeHaan's Hall, 9442 Cottage Grove Ave.; tel. BurnalJe 1183; prosldent, Citrines DeHaan, 94C4 Cottage Grove Ave.; secre tary, Donald E. Whlttenhurg, 10725 Cottage Grovo Ave. U Headquarters, 2162 W. 12th St.; tol. Seeley 1940; prosldent, Mi chael J. Browne, 1916 Washburne Ave.; socrotary, Fred W. Rausch, 1741 W. 19th. 12 Headquarters, 2324 S. Kedzle Ave.; tol. Lawndale 108; presi dent, Otto Kerner, 2420 S. Clifton Park Ave; secretary, Joseph I. Novak, 2401 S. Trumbull Ave. 13 Headquarters, 3230 W. Madison St.; phone K'odzlo 423; president, James O. Denvlr, 3848 Congross St.; secretary, John C. Morris, 3336 W. Adams St 14 Headquarters, Conway's Hall, Lake St. and Western Ave.; meets socond and fourth Tuesdays; president. James B. Shlfl, 1723 Grand Ave.; secretary, Edward J. Kelly, 3345 Park Ave. 16 Headquarters, 2705 lowa St.; president, E-'H i Kalndl, 2600 W. Chicago Ave.; secretary, Mor ris Gevlrtz, 836 N. Francisco Ave. 16 Headquarters, M82 W. North Ave.; meets overy Friday; presi dent. Joiesh Petlak. 1340 W. Nortn Ave.; secretary, Frank Llterski, 1617 Dickson St. 17 Headquarters, 9S6 Milwaukee Ave.; tel. Monroe 6872; president, Michael Paleso; secretary, Tconl Woyna, 1020 Mllwaukeo Ave. 18 Headquarters, 1462 W Afadlsoe St.; tel. Monroe ITI9; nrtfMnt James C. Gavin. 326 8. Racine Avo.; socretary. John Vanderburg, 123 S. Sangnmon St. 19 Hcndqunrtors, northwest corner Bluo Island A.vo. nnd Taylor St.: president, Thos. J. Johnson, 1656 W. Congress St.; secretary, Paul Brown. 20 Headquarters, Club House, S23 W. 15th St.; tel. Canal C1C9; meets socond and fourth Thursdays; president. Peter F. Smith, 1608 S Union Ave.; secretary, Barth. P. Collins. 926 W. 19th St. 21st Headquarters, 112 Locust street; tel. Superior 491; meets every second Friday; president, Joseph P. Mahonoy, 1440 N. La Salle street; secretary, Edmund L. Mulc&hy. 22 Headquarters, iTCl LarraUe St.; tel. Lincoln 245; dally CMtlsgs at 710 W. North Ave.; prtiidt-.t. Rudolph L. Schapp. la" Hoe St.; phone Lincoln 7W": ir tary, Math J Wirr.tr. 23 Headqusrten, Lor Liscols Turner Hall. ShtSfld isi Dt-. seyAvei.: ul Lticvls 1SJC; j:tl dent. Jti H. Pcr. Sit Blict Are.; ttcretary. Birsxzi Jinx, 1941 Mobak St. 24 Headquarters, 1S04 Birr7 Ave.; tel. Lake View 1254. pr.iWst, Frank A. Stabler, 25.? Llscoln Ave ; lecrettry, Gasuv Setdorf, 3134 N Oak:y Ave. 25 Headquarters, 5401 Broadway; phone Kdgewater 434; president, John S. Hummer, 4535 Beacon St.; secretary, John P. Dougherty, 6310 Manno'.la v. 26 Headquarters, 3943 Lincoln Ave.; tel. Grace 8704; meets ovory Fri day; president. Chas. A. Williams, 3510 Jnnssen Avo.; secretary, Chas. W. Peters, 3C19 N. Herml tago Avo. 27 Headquarters, Grace Hall, 3801 Rornard St., corner Grnco, Elston and Bernard; phono Irving 898; meets last Friday; president, Hans Illiiso, 5017 Pensacola Avo.; socrotary, Geo. J. Gorckon, 4040 N, LcClalro Avo. 28 Hcndqunrtors, 19C7 Mllwaukeo Avo.; phono Armltago 6471. 29 Hcadquartors, 1610 W. Garflold Blvd.; tol. Drovor 4152; prosldent, Frank J. Ryan; socrotary, John It. Cook. 30 Hcndquartors, McNally's Hall, 4617 S. Halstcd St; president, Martin J. McNally, 1617 S. Hal stod St.; secrotary, E. J. Koan, 531 W. 45th St. 31 Headquarters, 6608 S. Halsted St.; meets first Friday; president, Frank J. Corr, 524 "W. 60U St.; secretary, Chas. Sener, 6852 8. Pe oria St. 32 Headquarters, suites 10 and 11, Anderson Bids., 6856 S. Halsted St 33 Headquarters, Hodnntt's Hall, Armltage and Crawf6rd Aves.; phone Belmont 6991, 34 Headquarters, 3556 Ogden Ave.; tel, Lawndale 634; president, Harry M. Christie. 1849 S. Lawn dale Ave.; secretary, Dennis 9. Duffy, 2128 S, Lawndale Ave. It Headquarters, 4039-41 W. Madison St.; tel. Garfield 7182; meets first and third Thursdays; president, R, W. Larktn, 4183 Jackson Blvd.; secretary, John 8. CUrk, Keeler ad Nor "Aves, V jP ymk visftU"- ?- W ' Hsssiiiiiiim "a-aJbbiiii .LLLLLLLLw. '' BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBS JOHN M. GLENN, Able nnd Hard Working Secretary of the Illinois Manufacturers' Association. REPUBLICAN COMMITTEEMEN National Republican Committeeman (or Illinois William Hale Thompson. 8tate Central Committee. Headquarters Chicago. Chairman Frank L. Smith, Dwlght. Secrotary Jastus L Johnson, Au rora. 1 Adolph Marks. 2 Charles H. Sergei. 3 Harry A. Lewis. 4 Thos . J. Finucano. 5 Ab'ram J. Harris. 6 Lolnnd S. Rapp. 7 John P. Garner. 8 Lee A. Dunno or Wm. J. An derson. 9 Fred W. Upham. 10 George W. Paullln. 11 Julius L. Johnson. , 12 Adam C. Cllfte. 13 J. P. Ovcrholscr. 14 W. A. Rosonfield. 13 George H. Wilson. 16 G. De F. Kinney. 17 Frank L. Smith. IS Len Small. 19 Henry P. Harris. 20 S. Elmer Simpson. 1 Lewis H. Miner. ' 22 Cicero J. Lindly. 23 George A. Brown. 24 Noah C. Balnum. 25 Henry H. Kohn. County Executive Committee, Headquarters S0j Otis Building. criAirman Homor K. GalpTn. Vice-chairman Martin B. Madden. Secretar William H. Weber. Assistant Secretary Emll J. Wents- "ireasurer eRoy Mlllncr. I Francis P. Brady, 119 E. 20th U. 1 Matriln B Madden, 709 Tacoma Bids. t Robert R. Levy, 4639 Prairie Ave, 4 SeorXo J. Feier, Z7li Shields AVe. I Edward R. LUzlnger, 29 S. La SUIe St 4 Roy O. Weit, 1349 First National Bank Bldg. : I. N Powell. 6326 Burnett Ave. Walter E. Schmidt, 208 S. La Salle 3t Edward E. Ertsman, 11300 For- reitrfile Ave. Ifr Tloaaa Carran, 2023 S. Racine ATS. 11 Ctar'.e V. Barrett, 29 S. La Salle 3t 12 A. W. Miller, Chamber of Com rserce Bldg. 1J David W. Clark, 3125 Warren Ave. 1 ' s. Todd, US N. Hamlin Ave. 16 Niels Juul, 2C45 Potomac Ave. 16 Joseph P Klhsefla. 1526 Wicker Park Ave. 17 Lewis D. SHU, 1471 Grand Ave. 18 H K. Galpln, 1635 Jakson Blvd. 19 Oirislopher Maraer, 720 Reaper Block. 20 Morris Hllor, 1301 S. Peoria St 21 Oscar Hobol, HOC Schltlor Bldr. 22 Chas. G. Kompf, 913 Concord PI. 23 R. J Brundoe, 110 S. Dearborn St. 21 V A. Brundage, 2210 Clifton Ave. 25 Geo. K. Schmidt, 4228 Hherlaan Rd. 2C John C. Cannon, 4047 N. Hermi tage Ave. 27 LeQoy Miller, 5922 Nlckorson Ave. 28 Joseph F. Haas, 2712 Fullorton Ave. 29 Ernest WIthall, 1941 W. Garfield Blvd. 20 Thomas J. Healy. 5415 8. May Bt 31 Wm. II. Reld, 1335 Garfield Blvd. 32 Charles A. Williams. 122 S. Michi gan Ave. 33 George Hltzman, 600 County Bldg. 34 Sol. P. Roderick, 1328 S". Spauiaing Ave. 35 Chas. J. Poters. Country Districts. Peter Anker SouTh''HoilaSd. William H. Weber, 315 County Bldg. Petdr M. Hoffman, 500 County Bldg. Joseph Carolan. William Busse, Mount Prospoct. Dr. Frank II. Anderson, 1413 Sher man Avo., Evanston. Math. Baulor, Jr., la frequently men tioned for tho loglslaturo by Demo crats of tho 31st district. Ho would mako a good roprosontatlvo of tho people Tho Edmund T. Perkins Engineer ing Company, First National Bank Building, nro reclaiming In central Illinois severul thousand acros of rich farm land, part of which thoy offor for nalo at low price. EAGLETS. Congressman James McAndrews Is making n good record. Cloan out the barnacles, Mayor Thompson, and breath easier in tho City Hall. Clayton F. Smith Is n popular Dom ocratlc loader, whoso friends predict future honors for htm. Tho men who aro putting extra lo cal tuxes on tho pooplo aro public onemlos. Tho people havo burdens enough to boar without putting up their lust cent for fads. Colonel August W. Miller, popular clerk of tho Circuit Court is malting a splendid public record. Chlof Mooney of tho city detcctlvo bureau, In ono of tho nblost polico olllclnls In tho Unltod States. Edward W. Everett, tho well known Chicago lawyer, Is frcquontly men tioned for judicial honors, although ho has never Indicated any desiro to sock a position on tho bench. Ho 1b very popular with all who know him and his connection!, professional and otherwise, aro J)gt,ibpt high class, which lnstlmTi4!uct and confldonco. Thnro aro too many barnacles in tho city hall. County Recorder Josoph F. Haas Is making a fino public record. Tho pcnplo aie satisfied with his olllclnl acts. Frank J. Hognn, tho woll known law yer, nnd former ilro nttornoy, would make n splendid judgo of tho munici pal court. President Rolnborg of tho county board Is mnking a good record. Ben J. Short, tho popular lawyer, would mako a great Judgo, Albert J, Hopkins, who mnde ono of tho host United States senators Illinois over had, would mnko n groat governor. - Tho Chicago Association of Com morco Is doing great work for Chi cago. Repeal tho rotten Civil Servlco laws and glvo tho soldlor boya Jobs. W. F. Cummlngs, tho woll known engineer and contractor, has mndo a flno record. Ills work is praisod all ovor tho country. Tho Chlcngo Englo numbers among Its subscribers the most influential, most prosperous and most respectod men In Chicago. It leaches nearly overy man of standing In tho community and all mon who nro molrtors of public opin ion or directors of public affairs. It Is tho guide, mentor and frlond of ovory political lender of ovory shado of opinion. It Is read by Government, Stato, County nnd City ofllclals. It Is road by a big porcontage of tho legal fratornlty, including bonch and bar. It is tho favorlto of Chicago's lead ing business men. It reaches all classes In their homos. It Is in ovory public ofilco and ov ory publlo library. It Is a paper that Is road by peoplo of standing nnd influence. Tho Eaglo goos Into evory pre cinct In Chicago, Tho Oscar Dels Piano School stands for what is highest and best In tho art of teaching music and directing one's muslo education. Tho City Council wants to find out tho high cost of living. Profiteers may find out also boforo tho Aldermon get through with them. Calvrn F. Craig, tho ablo president of tho Mechanics & Traders State Bank, dosorvoa great credit for tho woll doBorvod popularity of that big West Sldo institution. Frnncls Stuyvesanl Peabody for United States senator. That Is tho batlo cry tho demo crats of Illinois will enter tho arena In 1920 with and win. Peabody Is great In ovory way. Ho will bo tho greatest United States senator that Illinois has had since Shelby M. Cullom died. Ills nomination will mean his elec tion nnd ho will get over n third of tho republican vote nnd all of the democratic vote. t II frt AllMlijt n W 1 A Tv Mn 4 t n party tiro with him nud tho people nhendy halt Peabody as a certain winner. Mayor Thompson was tho father of municipal playgrounds. Ho Intro duced and secured tho passago of tho llrst ordinance creating ono while ho wnn an alderman. Carl Appol, the owner of tho Justly famous Noith Side Turner Hall, nnd restaurant, Is a wido awake cltlzon, of whom Chicago i3 proud. Pntiick A. Nnsli Is making it great record on tho Board of Roviow. .lames M, Whalon is mnking a splon did record as county civil servlco commissioner. Ho deserves well at the hands of tho people, ns ho has nlways been faithful to every public trust imposed on him. Re-elect Martin B. Maddon to Con gress. He Is a useful and ablo public servant. James Agar of tho well known John Agar Packing Company would mako a splendid stato treasurer of Illinois. Ho 1b a business man of high char actor and a political lcador of force nnd ability. Francis S. Peabody for United States sonator Is tho winning bat tlo cry for 1920. Aucher Brothers havo a string of movie theaters that for beauty and comfort cannot bo beat In tho world. Andrew J. Ryan, tho ablo lawyor, should bo olected to tho constitutional convention. Emmett Whcalnn Is making a splon did record as a member of tho County Board of Commissioners. Ho is a veteran Chicago printer who stands high with everybody in tho trndo and as a public olllclnl is winning friends everywhere. Frank Johnston, Jr., ablo judgo of tho Circuit court, would mako a grcnt governor of Illinois. Fletcher Dobyns would mako n good mombor of tho constitutional convention. v ( Fred W. Upham Is always on hand when Chicago wants him, whother It is to bring a national convention to tho city, or to win anything big for tho town, Upham Is always tho leader In tho movement. Tho Joseph Trlner Company nas douo much for tho health of tho peo plo. Its products aro praised by all who havo used thorn. Coronor Potor M. Hoffmnn, always just ami honest In his public life, Is n mnn In whom tho peoplo havo confi dence Donnls J. Egan has mndo a flno record In ovory olllclnl position ho has hold. Ho Is pleasing everybody ns Chlof Rnlllfi of tho Municipal Court. If tho Aldermen would Investigate tho Dopartmont of Public Servlco thoy might discover ono causo for tho very high tax rato. Flotchor Dobyns, ths popular mas tor In chnnco-y, Is at tho forefront In ovory rnovomont for tho 'jotter ment of Chlcngo. Matt Allor would matte a rpod City Treasurer. Ho Is a sterling Democrat and has worked hard to put many good men Into public ofilco. One of tho vory tiost Aldermen In the City Council, Is Edward F. Cullor ton. Ho has been longest in the public service of any mombor of tho City Council and his usefulness to the peo ple has been demonstrated over and over again. Somo of tho greatest and best known masters of tho piano forto In tho United States aro grnduatos of a famous Chicago Institution. tho Ob car Dies School In tho McClurg build ing. Oscar Dies, tho prcsldont, is fa mous for his success In teaching artis tic piano playing, nnd many porsonn will tako advantage of tho fact that tho Oscar Dies School will hold a summer school during July to porfoct their education in this chunriac ompllsliment. John W. Eckhnrt is often men tioned for governor by Democrats. Laurence R. Adams, tho popular managor of tho flno Brovoort Hotel, is ono of Chicago's prosperous citi zens and one of tho best liked hotel men in the. United States. William A. Keneflck, president of tho Peerless Engineering & Construc tion Company in tho Chamber of Com merce is one of Chicago's most re spectod citizens. His company has done much good work for the public. BseeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeVPBW ITTLleeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeV seeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeH & i'1iBeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeH SSllllllllllllllllllH iJ2l ' 'ssiiiiiiiH B -a&t ssHLsiiiiiiiiiH ssiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiA vf!3 r sHHsiiiiB H. H. 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