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HENRT F. DONOVAN. Editor aj YM&7t
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mi, at th real Offla. at CUnm, Illl
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ES-UI ISHED OCTOBER 5, 1839
aorporaUil Ub4r th Lawt of Illlnola
rpindt br uhnky r konovan.
The Chicago Eagle, a newspaper
for all daises of readers. Is devoted
to National. State and Local Pol
itics) to the publication of Mu.
nlclpnl, State. County and San
itary District news; to comment
on peoplo In public lire; to clcnn
baseball and sports, and to the
publication of General Information
of Public Interest, Financial. Corn
merclal and Political.
SATURDAY, JUNE 19, 1920.
WILLIAM H. WESBEY,
Popular City Collector.
son. lhury Hubens, Jr., of Seattle,
Wusli. Uurlnl will bo pilvute, lit
(3 1 lie i1 hi ml.
Chicago's population Is ulllchilly an
nounced by tho Coiisum Ihireuu to bu
Of the Chicago population of 2,701,
212 for 1U20, only 1.257.021 were born
In tho state. The rest cm mo In on n
railroad ticket, How In or olso Just
woko up ono morning to Unci thorn
A scant million passed the Immi
gration authorities. Tho othoiH,
numborliiK 47H.-I3S. hulled from hoiuo
other ono of tho united common
wealths lying betwoon Plymouth
Hock nnd tho Oohlon Onto. Those
nativo sons of other Btutus Increased
100.000 In tho ton years between
Of prosont Chlcagoans, C3.004 were
tonnor ClotunmltPH, or up-stato Now
Yorltors. Now York, tho Umpire
state, sent moro sons nnd daughters
to Illinois from 1010 to MH'O than any
other etato In the union.
Ohio was Hocond In source of
nierlcau bom population nnd Wis-
onsln o close third. Thorn aru HO,
Ji'S Ohlonns living In Chicago and -II).-o25
I'orty-flvo thouHund, uliio hundred
.iiul sevoAy-nlno pursons told the
iiHiiM man that they came from In
dluna, 3S.S04 from Michigan. 31,002
irotn PounMytvanln and 2fi.03S from
Moro peoplo wont wost fiom Chi
tago than euuio out of tho wost.
There nro only 8,038 persona In tin
city who wo io horn In tho mountain
and Pnclllc states, and of those a
half migrated I nun California and
Colorado. Tho distinctly western
states, lllto Wyoming ami Idaho, con
trlhuted only n couple of hundred
npleco Into Illinois cosmopolitanism
Neva'du sits on tho bottom rung of
tho ladder with 119.
Ono Chlcagoan is forging to the
front as a loador in phllanthiopy,
charity and public spirit.
That man Is Kdwnid Mines.
A self made man, Mr. 1 lines has
accumulated u largo fortuno und at
tho samo tlmo helped to build up
tho Intorosts of the country and give
niploymont to thousands of men.
ilia charities have benn numorous
und notablo but they havo not been
.ittendod by ostentation or display.
IMwnrd Hinos Is a good cltlzon and
tho public Is beginning to appreciate
his many uroat dvk (lualltios.
John F. Scanlan.
John l- Scanlan, writer, orator ami
founder of tho Catholic Order of For
esters, was buned Tuesday In Ciil
vn r, following ervlces at 9:30 a
m at St. Kllzabeth's church. Mr
Scanlnn died Saturday at his homo,
1333 Indiana avenue. Ho was born
In Ireland In 1830 nnd ctimo to Ameil
cu when It years old. Ho was com
manding oltlccr at Camp Douglas.
Chicago's famous mobilization center
of civil war days, and was state rep
resentative In 1878. in 18S3 Mr.
Scnnlan chartered tho Catholic Or
der of I'm esters, then limited to the
statu of Illinois, and for a number
of years ho was chief ranger of the
organization. Ho was an authority
mi tariff mattois, and the author of
several volumes on that subject. Mr.
Scanlan was tho undo of Judgo Kick
ham Scanlan. At tho tlmo of his
death ho was special agent for tho
treasury department In Chicago. Ho
Is survived by his widow, Teresa M
Scanlan, four sous 'and four daugh
ters. Ho was a member of IT. S
Grant post No. 28, (3. A. It.
John W. Kckbart, tho well known
miller, Is rcspoctod ns a domocratlo
loador as woll nR a rocopnlzod powot
In commorclnl life
Frank Johnston, Jr., ablo Judgo of
tho Circuit court, would mako a
groat govornor of Illlnola.
Colonel August W. Mlllor, popular
clerk of tho Circuit Court Is making n
splendid public record.
Chief Moonoy of tho city detcctlvo
bureau, is ono of tho ablest pollco
olllclals in tho United1 Stntos.
Judgo Ooorgo U. Holmca is gratify
ing hln many frlonds with tho flno
record ho la making on tho Municipal
Domlnlck Mnrublo, tho woll known
North Sldo teaming contractor, Is
talked of for County Commissioner,
His proven honesty nnd oxecutlvo
ability would mako him n valuublo
ljiombor of tho County Hoard.
Fred W. Unham Is alwaya on hand
when Chicago wanta him, whothor it'
la to bring n national convention to
tho city, or to win anything big for
tho town, Upham la alwnys tho leader
In tho movoment.
Tho Mechanics k Tradora State
Dank la making n splendid rocord nnd
Is gaining now customors nnd deposi
tors ovory day. It has nn ldoal lo
cation In tho heart of tho groat wost
sldo nt tho cornor of Washington nnd
Captain Honry Channon, tho woll
known nnd highly roapoctod president
of tho 11. Channon Company, U ono of
tho mon who Is always working to
mako Chicago greater. Captain Chan
non'n public spirit, his natural oners?
iind hln groat popularity niako him a
raluablo man to any caubo that he
Cloorgo E. Oronnnn la ono of tho
ablest and moat popular Democratic
lenders In Illinois. His acquaintance
with conditions all ovor tho stato, hi
groat clrclo of friends nnd his unlra
pcnchnblo domocracy aro strong ele
monU In his success.
John W. Kckhart, tho morchnnt
miller, Is not only a loader in tho
commorclnl llfo of Chicago, but ho is
n loader in Ita political llfo as woll.
Mombcra of tho Iroquois Club nro
never tired of tolling of how much Mr.
Uckhart lms dono towards tho building
up of that organization and his work
for tho success of tho Domocratlo
party In National nnd local oloctiona
has boon offcctlvo nnd great and has
contributed much townrda bringing
Ictory to tho Democratic standards.
William H. Fotzor, Uio popular
Sovcnlh Ward aldornian, Is In lino
for higher honora.
Colonol August W. Miller, clork of
tho Circuit court, la populnr with all
clauses of tho peoplo.
William Legncr always Honed Chi
cago well. Ho waa ono of tho host
Sanitary Trusted tho city ovor had.
John W. EcUlmrt in a ultiron of
whom Chicago la proud.
Charles Molitor, a rocognlzod loador
In tho mnchlnory tr.ido, la ono of Chi
cago's leading nnd most roliablo busi
ness men. His namo is honored
wherever he la known.
John V. Triu'ger Is ono of tho most
active and useful members of tho
Constitutional convention. Ilo Is nl
wnya looking out for Chlcngo'a Interests.
Adam Wolf, tho popular county as
aessor, Is nn Ideal public olllclal.
Charles E. Davis, president of Roth
schild & Co., tho great Stato street
store, Is ono of tho Hvo wires of Chi
cngo. Ilo is foremost in oory move
mont for tho bcttermont of tho city
and for tho advancement of Ita inter
osts. Ilia llfo work has been u con
tinuous boost for Chlcngo.
Harry, Hubms u buried Tuesday
n firucolund r-mot-r
Mr Itubens fame to Chicugo in
1S73. became city editor of tho Chi-
ago Free Presc, later becoming o
-ociated with the Chlcngo Times and
Kening Mail. Ho was admitted o
the bar In 1877. Fiom 1S70 to lSSr.
lie nt a member and president ot
he Chicago public library board. In
l&M he wuh u delegato to tho demo
f ratio convention. He was counsel
for the Chicago board of oducatlon
in 1886 nnd corporation counsel in
1&04 and IMiS. It was during tie
lattor period that tho first olnvation
of railroad tracks was accomplished
l-rom 1S6i to 18'J7 ho wna Judge ad
vocato general for Illinois.
Mr. Rubens specialized In corpora
tlon law. Ah general counsel for th
United nrowories company lie wax
engaged in the fight against nationul
He was a member of tho Chicago
Union Leogue, South Short Country,
City nnd Press clubs ot Chicago, th'
Chicago Historical society and niunv
Herman organizations. Ho Is sur
iwd hv hN widow Mrs Ida Hubens
'o l.njghttr'- Mr Kdwln J Mo-w r
i n M' I ii I U V1. ugn i di i i '
Judgo KIckham Scanlan, tho able
Jurist and popular orator, is ofton
spoken of for high political honors.
Tho Camel Palace Harden which Ii
located only n few blocks fiom tho
Loop nt Clark and Ontario Stroets, Is
pralhcd by all who havo vlsltod It.
Walter E. Allen, vlco-prcsldcnt nnd
gonoinl manager of tho Universal
Electric Washer Company, Is ono of
tho most respected business men In
Chicago, Ho Is progressive nctlvo
nnd popular and Is ono ot tho young
Chlcngonns who Is making tho city
Robort E. Cantwoll, oloquont, ablo,
courteous and learned la ono of tho
most populur loadora at tho Chicago
William O. Kolth, commissioner of
tho Huron u of Gna and Electricity, la
n popular and pnlnstaking public of
ficial and tho good rocord ho ia mak
ing is pleasing tho citizens of Chicago.
Ho Is a practical electrician and tho
peoplo aro till with him In his success
ful efforts to Improvo tho ofTlcloncy of
tho Import int departmont ho la at tho
I Wonders of Uncle Sam's Payroll
Congress Is engaged In tho stu
pendous work of reclassifying tho biI
urlos of the iirniy of civilian employ
ees In Washington, Senator Hender
son of Nevada, n iheniber of tho Joint
coniinNlon In charge of tho work,
made un nddres tho other day In
which he cnlled nitentloii to some
things set forth In the report. He
said, among other things:
"As nn employer the government
of i ho United Slates bus not hitherto
estnblMiod, by law or otherwise, n
slnndard for paying Its employees uni
formly iiccoidlug to the duties re
sponsibilities, nnd fiuallflcntlons In
volved In their respective positions.
The rales of compensation of some
positions are fl.ed by general statute,
In the other cases by the untiiiiil ap
propriation acts, nnd In still other
caves hv Individual, executive, or ad
ministrative action. The lilies of
eiiliitinliuilllllll tllllM flVeil Iiet'llllll tO
positions with spiMllled titles but undellned as to duties, degree of rcponsl.
blllty, ir reiiulrcd iiiallllcatlous. ,
"This iiiml.ls canled further, revealed the same conditions throughout
the whole Hinge of prosont cleik classes."
Aircraft Prediction by Kenly
Wllllain I j. Kenly, former brlmi
dler general und chief of the ulr
service and now n private citizen,
makes meat iircdicilntis regarding the
future of air tr.ivel. lie looks for
ward to the time when the aerial op
press will be as much u part of life
as Hie automobile s now. The aerial
express of the tuiure, he says, will
be a rldd llghtcr-thau-nlr machine.
The gas used will be linn-lutliltnmnhlc
, helium. The novelty he mos Is Hint
motors ii ml pnseiigers will lie en
cIommI In the ling Itself. This, he "-iivs,
will eliminate much resistance nnd
lilul.e possible speed of l.'l) miles
an hour with entire safely and nun
fort. This, of coure, Is an advance up
on the Idlest iblnt: In the heiivler-lban-air
machine. It-su, Just being finished
nl Harrow. England, probably embo
dies the lutest Improvements in nlr
ships of this kind. It Is stnted Hint
It will be able to My ueross the Aliunde with
length Mid 711 foil wide, lis lifting power Is
each or L'lil-hiu'M-i'oucr. will .ivc It u iiiiixlm
hour. It Will fin i a clew of llfteeii.
5 srv, v,?.
..v f& . y x
' s& &msi
ease. The vesel Is ,:i." tcet ill
tblrt.v eibt tons. Four engines,
iiiii speed of sxly-llve miles un
For Mothers and Their Babies
Tho ( I a ago Association of Com
meico is d.'ing great work for Chicago.
n doctor iroin 1'iosioii."
Woinc'l np curing hcloiv the eon
of money have been approprliiteil by
hbow how to iced iiinri s In foal. 'I
were lo boll wievll and lick eradlciill
und their children'!" they ii-k.
ItepicM'iiiatlve Amerlciiii women
uie after congtcss In earnest In behalf
of the Sbeppard-Towuer bill for the
protection of maternity und Infancy
Sim i this bill was up the llrst a line
."it io,0) babies have needlessly dlci
ami 111,000 tuothei's have gone to pre
inatui'e graves, ihe vvomeii stute.
Mi .losfphtm Panlels (portrait
herewlib) told Ihe i-cnato public
lieallli couimltteik bow u great physl
elan saved her after her llrst ihlbl
was iiorn. She said Hie wanted ti
send out a cry for the millions ot
women who go down Into the valle.v
of the shmliiw of death without tin
aid of doctors or nurses,
"It wus only ihe sl.lll of a gri-m
ph.vslchin who saved uie through tin
birth of nl) llrsl tun ehllilien," S'lili
Mrs. Kejes, wile of Senator Ke.ves
New lliiniislilie, "We lived III tin
couutiy, und If in. buslmnil had In en
it poor man we couldn't have brought
imlttce buve iiolnlid out that large sums
congiess to save hogs, und other sums u
bey have shown how devoted the solou
on. "Why not something tm- the mothers
Yes; Farragut Did Say the Words
Rear Admiral .1. C. Wnton, 7S
j ears of nge the last conspicuous
survivor of mi era In iiavul history
of which I'uuagut Is tin iMiiMuuitlng
llgure, tool: a leading part In the le-
cut unveiling of the nieniorlnl win
dow to the "Hero of Mobile bu.v" In
the chapel of the Unlled States naval
academy at Annapolis.
Standing In front of the altar,
Admiral Wut-un, who, as Faringut's
Hag lieutenant on the Hartford, was
un eye-witness of the admiral's every
move mi the morning of Aug. -I, ISO I,
not only coiiilriued the sometimes dis
puted tradlilini of the thicc word sen
teme, but added that I'nriagiil prayed
to (tod for help Jlti-1 before he sabl,
"l ii the torpedoes! Full speed
Another cherished linillllon of tho
battle nl lllt six ,v ears ago this coin
ing Aug. , which bus been questioned,
hilt whli Ii Admiral Wiit'iin spceciily
cohliiui. Is thnt I'aiiiigut was lasbcil I
lllps pnsi. ihe Ciiuledciate foils.
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