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THE OHIOAOO EAQLiBl.
State Ctatral Committer.
CSalrman-J. IL Cltrk.
Pcretarr T. N. Jamlnon.
Ttraauif r K. U. Kflth.
At lrs Edwtrd M. Mottlt, Chicago; Houi
ion Singleton, Dtcatur.
...... ... .i
., T.X.Jamleicm, Chicago
.Junes Ij. Monaghati, Chicago
i Jam. II. llntkr, Chicago
i .tatnes t'case, Chicago
. Go. 8. Itotr, llockford
, . s. trailer, .urura
J. F. Utltr. t-terltng
....Tho. C. Fulletton. Ottawa
J. U. Wlhon. Hickman
1. C. Kdward.. I'corla
.W, H. Halnlinc. Macomb
.......A. V. Oront. Wluclitucr
...Lincoln DuboK Htiltientlt!
W. f. Calhoun. Decatur
Jamt. II. Clark, Mattoon
A. 11. Jone. Itoblb'on
1). M. Clark. Vamlalla
..J. 1). lflck, Kat Ht. l.oiila
Jamco h Martin, Snlrm
V. C H. llbta, Marlon
Chairman Helot I'. l'liclfs. i
recretary uieo. ,ciun.
Treasurer W. 11. Urltiton.
At Large Dloa 1. I'helt, Monmouth: Sam
ad II. Chae, Cmciuo; J. V. Mnmjur. Chlcauo;
Thomas (.lahan. Clilcaju: 1'. c. 11 lev. .lolirt;
Prank Flavell, Mt. Caruitl: U. J. llrodcrlcJc,
Kat m. Louis.
1 John V. fakndrcktr. chlcaeo
1 William .1. o'lirlcu. Ciiloto
I.. ....W. V. Mnliony, Clilcg
John 1. O'.Mallev, Chlcauo
i. .'. lluimn, llencra
Charlen Metnan. Frcrimtt
T c C. Johnson, Htcrllng
i Daniel Hecnan, htreator
IMw la Heard, Wutseka
H Frank J. Qiiinn. I'eorln
II J. W. fitter, ltock Island
M K. F. llinu: 1'ittsfleld
11 Wra. T. Vandener. Talorrlllc
I Theodnre Nelson. Chlcauo
II W. It. Hrlntru, Tuscola
1. W. F. Deck, illcey
IT John It. Ilaker, Hulitvjn
It I, uens lfclltcnberitr. Alton
It WaItrVtMi, Mt. Vernon
to V. M. llarr, Cnrtondalc
Cil and County)
Cfcalrman John McOlllen.
Secretary James C. Htraln.
L Michael Kenna
John I. Leinilecker.
. Edward I'cnionby . , ,
2(4 S. Clark ft
.VXJ Michigan ave
.. 2. W. Dearborn st
much of his strength and would
probably go down-town next week,
lie will not, however, attempt to
take part In any active business for
several months, it being his lntcn
tlon to take u long vacation In the
There was a change In the Demo
cratic political slate for neit fall
Monday. Ex-Assessor Jacob W. Rich
aids was announced as a candidate
for Sheriff, with Charles Waeker for
Treasurer, and Roger C. Sullivan for
County Clerk. It was given out, also,
on what seemed to be ircod authority,
that Judge Scales will not be a can
didate for re-election this fall, and
, that Assistant State's Attorney Uot-
tum would be nominated in his stead.
Henry Schomer, a prominent Ger
man Democrat residing in the Twenty-first
Ward, may be appointed
Election Commissioner In a few days,
to succeed B. F. Weber, who has re
signed to take a Lincoln I'ark Com
missionershin. Deputy Commissioner John A.
Moody has been placed in charge of
the Sewerage Ilurcau, vice Mr.
Cheney, and be Is likely to be re
tained. Mr. Moody thoroughly un
derstands the workings of the de
partment. There are two active
candidates for the place, however,
William A. Cooke, of the Engineer
ing Department and ex-Mayor Cre
gler. Mr. Crcgier's friends are espe
The McKlnlcy Republican League
held Its llrst regular meeting Tues
day evening for the completion of its
organization. The following officers
were elected: President, Nathan
Conn; Vice President, If. Ucrkeon;
Recording Secretary, Ren Cohnj
Financial Secretary, M.Marks; Treas
urer, R. Ilearman; Directors for en
suing year, A. S. Goodfrlend, A.
Harris and E. Goldstein.
In Grossdalc Tuesday the following
candidates, who were on the citizen'
ticket, were elected: II. A. Cran
well, President; John Hahn, Clerk;
Willis Milvllle, Police Magistrate:
Trustees, Walter Simpson, S. A. Dar
nell, John J. Weaver, Frank Ger
hardt, Frank Ilartlett and Henry
In Morgan Park tho antl-annexa-tlon
ticket won, tho following being
elected: President, Henry C. Rus
sell; Trustees, Fred Kinney, II. G.
McAllister, Georgo D. Prentis, Edgar
The count of Kvanston.-, vote Tues
day evening showed that the proposi
tion to annex that city to Chicago
had been lost by 2,155 nays to M2
Roger Sullivan has becomo an
avowed candidate for the Democratic
nomination for County Clerk, and
F. W. WIKr..
aim Indiana nve
;uoi H. ilalstcd tt
(. M. Flannliran....
f. w. .i. u linen
,,., Anglo-Am. 1'roT. Co., U. H. Yards
7. Chas. Mitlhrandon (11 K Canal t
Wm. Carmody sm R. Ilalstcd st
f. Wm. Locffltr 5 Nineteenth (place
IMward l'rliulevllle. 4J Margaret st
P. Thomas Cusack 4? Fifteenth st
Wm. II. Dunn, .. i 1 W. Eleventh at
IP. Hush Cur ran 453 llatlnit st
John J. Cullcrton i:iM Oaden nvc
11. Wm. Nueent 4C3 W. Uandolph it.
M. C. McDonald. fM fectirlty bnlldlnir.
13. John l.on Ml . Lincoln st
Thomas Mulroonty 1M2 Consrcsa st.
13. l'atrlck ,1. Donahue 4 liroomst.
Dennis Consldlne ltixi Fulton st.
II. Joseph H. Hchwau f.?j N. lloyne are.
W..I. McNaraata :ii; N. llobcy st.
13.1 . S. Hrewcr ;u Humboldt I'ark bird.
lit. Htanlcy II. Ktinc.
iioun riizsinimous ,vts . i.enviii si
..CM Noble st.
17. Hlchard Towers ,
r. Keith st.
(SN. I'eorln st.
ii N. Green st.
.'i W. Madison st.
..15 H. Carpenter st.
131 W. Harrison st.
32 Center avc.
,...Wi3 Webster i.ve.
...C4 beditwlck at.
1W Washington st.
..ItC Cleveland avc.
htcphen M. liosaciin.
John J. Ilrennsn
Joseph Hoberkorn. ...
Henry F. Donotan ...
1'. X. Hrandeeker, Jr..
.latnes II. Farrell.
m Dearborn st.
5 U Thomas J, O'Malley aid Heiluwlck st
.mcnsei nuanes uvn. iiuronst.
21. Martin Heavy uti Hush st.
Fr.nk J. Mnrphy ai Illinois st.
15. KuncneKuuc Kin Dlvcrsey st.
Wm. F. Qulnlan Kdirewater
SC Fnnk Kerz lot; Nelson st.
.loim w. i.nuenart ;u Dearborn st.
27 Wm. Kennedy Avondalc
Ihos. Cassln Irvlnir I'ark
it. 1. V. McKlroy l'.'il Carroll ave.
K.dward Williams iM'f. t. Wertern ave.
V). Thomas (Ishan 42"tf K Halstedst.
Thomas Carey 4H Woodst.
30. Maurice Morlarty i',16 Dearborn st.
Thomas Ilyrne 42CU H. Halsted st.
31. Daniel F. O'Neill Auburn I'ark
JohnHhtehr Ku Hlxtv-nlnth st.
31. Hlchard T. Hantahnn 4532 Kvansave.
l'atrlck Cummlnvs 412-1 State st.
33. Thomas J. Donnelly Couth Chlcauo.
Kdvtard Marin Houth Chlcauo.
34. James Ilvan , cms Drexel avc.
narrtntrton, M. It. Mclntosb.
llloom. Abner J. Miller
Hrcmen, Wm Moak
Calumet. Peter Klnley
Cicero, James Graham
will probably get It, us his party
managers consider he has maec a
good record us Probate Clerk, and
would make a strong candidate.
There Is n host of candidates for the
place on the Republican side, but
the sentiment of the party managers
seems to have united in favor of S.
W. Rldcibung, the popular chief
clerk in County Clerk WulffM office,
as the strongest candidate yet men
tioned for the office.
Jury Clerk Kallls has been suspend
ed pending the Investigation of the
charges against him by the Roard of
Captain Dollard assumed chureo of
the Hyde Park Police Station
Wednesday morning, vice Captain
Larson, who resigned Tuesday. ' The
new, officer was Introduced among the
station and court officials by Sergeant
Hogan, a life-long friend of the ap
pointee. Charles II. Wucker can have the
Democratic nomination for County
Treasurer if he will take it. One of
his closest friends said that he
thought Mr. Waeker would not de
cline the nomination If it fcbould bo
offered to, him.
There is a good deal of talk among
tho Democrats about nominating
Assistant State's Attorney Bottum
for Sheriff. It is said that he will
accept the nomination if it is offered
to him, and the claim is made for
him that he would be an exceptional
ly strong, candidate.
The candidacy of Daniel H. Koch
crspergcr for the Republican nomina
tion for County Treasurer is dally
growing stronger, although ho has
two lively opponents in James Peaso
and William Boldcnweck, both of
Lake View. William T. Ball and
James R. B. Van Cleave are the only
two candidates thus far ser'ously
mentioned for Sheriff,
A number of North Side Republi
cans of considerable influence arc
urging William T. Ball, recently
elected North Town Collector, for the
Republican nomination for Slier! ir,
and It Is Intimated that there will be
a meeting of North-Siders In a few
days to determine whether Mr. Rail
or .lames Pease of Lake View shall
be the candidate of tho united dele
gations from the North Town and
Lake- View vfor Shorill. Mr. Pease
hastbeen tirsti In tho field, but Mr.
Unll's frlonds.aro active.
Frank Wenter says ho Is not a can
didate for Sheriff or any other office
tliU fall. Ho is satisfied with his
precnt position as Pre,ldent ,of the '
The Swedish-American Central Re
publican Club of Cook County held
Its regular monthly meeting Tuesday
Cicero, C. E. Oaftt Ul Washington street
KlkOrovc, II. Halite Desplalncs
Kvanaton, D. P. U'licarv Kvanston
Kvanston. Frank H. I'cabodr ., ..Kvnnston
Hanover, It. P. Hchulti Ilartlett
I.cmon'., leo, A. Welmer I.emont
Leinont, John VY. McCarthy ,. .I.omont
l.cvdcn. Thomas Carey Mannheim
Lyons, F. D. Cossitt, Jr LaUranee
ons, Frank J. Mooney Lyons
Maine, J. II. Kraft...
t.'. u. niaiin . .......... i.iniui'.ii
New Trier. Peter J. llnertcr Wllmct.o
Mies. Henry Harm Mica Center
Northncld, Wm. ilelmsartcn Oak (lien
Orlnnd, Chris Urosscup Tlnley Park
I'slatln", J. A. Ilnrll 'game Palatine
l'olos, P. J. O'Connell Worth
Illch. John Ahlcnsdorf Itlchton
Hlvcrstde. Cornelius Kulllvan Llvcrsldc
Hchaumhcrtt, II. K. Unlndell Hchaumbcrit
Thuinton, James II. Wilson Harv v
Wbccllnir, Chas, Hlawnlt. ...Arlington llcluhta
Worth, II. II. It bnson Hlue Island
1. Henry Odder ...,:niBtato st.
2. Thos. I, Coleman n UH. Washtenaw av.
. Clark ',. Itolfc, 3M W.BIxty.flfth st.
4. Mlclir.el J, Hutler M2J Knieraldav.
0, JairesM. (jnlnlan auio Mlchlunn nv,
r. John K. Fltritcrnld -.3 Cooper st.
7. Thomas J. McOrnth HI Adams st.
(i. Wm. II. Joyce... :dst H. Ahlaudav.
II. Win. Kduar Hulldina Deft., City Hall
M. Joseph Kutlna 7.i h. May st.
n. M.J. Holon v77 W. Talorst.
17. M. J. O'Donouhuc 220 County Dulldlnu.
in. James J. Flannluan 311 W.Ohio st.
21. Frank Crittcndon 4i llrldcnav;
J. II. Kulllvan ""....32H Division at.
1. James A, Qnlnn lcnLaHallo av.
Coiuirrsslnnttl Districts. '
1. John P. Hopkins..
X Henry llerucn
John J. Hloan
3. Henry Carroll
Wm. C, Asay
A. T. Powers
4. Kdward Hurley...
5. Oeoruc McConncll.
John It. I.ambln...
f, M. II. McAbec
Hubert I!. Ilnrke..
:il 12 Orovcland ave.
4iiw H. Ashland avc.
....KM W. Fifteenth st.
..2114 H.Clark st.
...LawDcpt.. City Hall.
, ill Liberty at.
3i7 Archer avc.
lnl Conuress st.
3H W. llairlsonst.
, 4.1 Bnruce st,
.Water Olllcc. City Hall.
: W. Monroo at.
,C3 llcctbovcn puco.
7. Mlrhaul I'Mtritrrstit
Arthur Jordan iou uriarpiacc.
Itepujdlean Comity Cent ml Committee.
Chairman-John M. Hrayth.
Kecretary-J. It. 11. Van Cleave.
1,,!j! n. B. Van CIcave.TltlcA Trust Bnlldlnu
t. t llA.an ! "'nlhnttn MllPA
3.. ..Perry A. Hull, 17 Opera House llulldlnu
4 ...James II. Gilbert, Bherllt'a Office
Vs. J. Maicratadt, 2I3J Archer a
,J. A. Ilouan. 22d and Loomls sta
.....J. A. L.OOKG. ivjt n. jimsvcii
Joseph P. Walsh. U Moraaa at
,C. W. Woodman. Madison and llalsted att
evening at Uhlich Hull. All the
representatives were proscnt and n
gr;at interest was manifested in the
matter of arranging for the fall elec
tion. Henry 'Wulff was unanimous
ly indorsed for State Treasurer, and
S. W. Rldcrburg for County Clerk.
Gen. Smith D. Atkins, opponent of
Henry Wulff fur the State Treasury
nomination, was at the Grand Pacific
Saturday. Gen. Atkins has been
disposed to make 110 tight for dele
gates in Cook County, because it was
the homo of Mr. Wulff, but at the
conference he says he was advised by
u considerable number of leading
politicians not to let Mr. Wulff have
it all his own way, and on his return
from the South he will try to secure
part of tho delegation.
John R. Parker, a sterling Repub
lican and a lawyor of excellent at
tainments, Is announced as a candi
date for County Judge. Mr. I'arkor
Is a West-Sldcr.
A morning contemporary says:
"Appircntly J. It. R. Van Cleave will
have to make u hard light .for the
County Clerkship nomination, but he
has many friends among all tho fac
tions, and this will help him materl'
ally." Mr. Van Cleave is a candidate
for Sheriff and well up in the lead.
It Is claimed that, believing the
Swedes should be represented on the
ticket, Van favors S. W. Rlderburg
for County Clerk.
R. M. Patterson, of the Clifton
House, First Ward, is a candidate for
County Commissioner on the Repub
Of tho foity
! publican County Central Committee
twenty-nine, It Is said, favor tho plan
of calling two county conventions.
Within tho last few days thcro has
been a growing feeling among many
of the members that it was unfair to
I treat tho candidacy of Henry Wulft
differently from that of Henry L.
! Hertz, Franz Amberg and other can-
I dldatos from Cook County. Within
a few days the cammltteo will meet,
and it looks now as if the convention
question would bo amicably sett'ed
by acceding to Mr. Will IPs request
for two conventions.
Recorder Chase thinks tho Demo
crats should, If possible, put it Ger
man at tho head of their State ticket.
He favors, as tho nomlneo for Treas
urer, Henry Raab, the present Super
intendent of 'Public Instruction.
"Mr. Raab is tho strongest man wo
could nominate for Treasurer," ho
said. "I do not think ho could bo de
feated If given tho nomination. I
liavo seen n statement purporting to
come from him to the effect- that ho
Is not a candidate for any office
this year. I am Inclined to
doubt that he has made such
a statement. I have reasons for
..Jas. A. Fleming, 1083 W. 13th it
i. A. F. Doremus, 271 8. Paulina at
w ..,..,. t. u. ramnm, iu ucaruora n
13 D. A. Campbell, Cham. Com. U'ld'R
14 Fred Ij. Wllk, Union Trait Company
li .......F. C. Farnnm, 79 Dearborn at
l.t ,F. Bmlth. Maplewood
Ht M..,t. II. Hlmci, Ashland Block
17 .Edward J. Dwver, 131 Randolph
in John M. Mmvtn. 180 W. Maillaon
iu C. Mamcr. Government Hulldina;
,v. jilBlllcr, uuTciuuicut tiuuuiUK
Eugene Neufer.ioi Michigan at
C. E. Krby, 3M Lincoln ar
.....u. n. uusse, ou n.uiaraat
I..... ,tf . A. tilUU, ! VirUUHI) ST
24 J. W. C. Ithode, Inter Ocean Hulldina
. j, a. i.inn, 11 uiyDonrn av
inite. Inter flcean Ilnlfdlna
, , L. J. Bmlth, (14 J Illatto nullding
, j. a. risnieiKo, n naoasn av
....Henry Wnlrf. County Clerk's Office
C. H. Blake, "The Temple"
J. J. McCarthy, 4101 Emerald av
...Alfred Anderson, M28 Wcntworth av
...11. H. lies, lln H.Clark st
W. H. Kerr. 11:1 Dearborn st
H. McClond, sli7 Cornell av
John Hynions, 7404 Langlcy av
1 John Humphrey. K Madison st
2 ....F.J. Hhort, IM Dearborn it
!i David Ollphant, 178 Monroe st
4 Tbomas Keats, Displalnei
a M. Reynolds, Palatine
a 1 Htacv W. Osiooil. 103 Randolph st
0 1 J. A. Child", Kvanston
Itepttbllruii City Central Commlttea.
Chairman M. It'. Madden.
Hecretary-Q. J. Chott.
t !s A. Douulas, 71) Dearborn st
3 .,M H. Gibson, 3343 Prairie av
4 M. II. Madden. Cham. Com. Building
n C.H. Bmlth, 2t32Arohtrav
n James Murphy, Gov't Ilulldlas
7..,, J. ll.Cavanauh, H20B. Halstedst
h J.J. Hanks. 737 & Mar st
n II. C llartets. City Collector's offlco
10 dus Nohe, 1082 W. 13th at
11 Georue II. Hwlft. h Wasblnaton it
12 AV. K. (lark, 1st Nat. Hank Ilnlldlntf
13 Louis Mack, 824 W. Indiana it
It W. C. Ktnrert, JHtHhoberat
.111 J. A. Lammcrs, ltClN. Ltavlttst
ii J. M. Horn. 33 Arera court
!7 J. II. Ilurko, inn N, Carpenter at
18 George Her, 2W W. Jackion it
IV Q. J. Chott
30 ......W. Elsfcldt. 178 ffouthport av
21 II. C. Farwell. 507 Ashland Ulock
22 Fred llusse, Recorder's offlco
23 ...John Drawn, 140 Sedgwick st
21 ,.E. C.llambergcr.CU N.Clark st
2.1 Charles Kinkier, care 0. A N. W. Hy
20 H. A.Dupur. 1W3 N. Ashland av
27 T. 0. Hchultr, county Clerk's oOce
21 John McKcnna. Opera House lllock
23 R. O. Hhutter, 4610 Emerald av
30 ,.C. H. Dencen, 154 Lake st
31 ., T. J. Knlette, 380 Adams at
33 Geo. W. Crawford, W Dearborn at
xi J.J. Hunlioru, Winnipeg Block
34 J, L. woods, Roieland
believing that If ho Is offered the
nomination for Treasurer he will ac
cept It. I havo heard of no candi
date In Cook County for Treasurer or
Superintendent of Public Instruction.
I do not consider it essential that
cither Cook County or Northern Illi
nois should bo represented on tho
Democratic State ticket. Tho only
namo I have heard prominently dis
cussed In connection with the nomi
nation for Superintendent Is that of
Professor Clendennln, of Cairo. He
ranks high us an educator, and his,
views on tho public school question
are In accord with the Democratic
HIRAM SIBLEY d COSS
Great Fireproof Warehoutet.
As tho first of Mny draws, ncur'
when tho dear public is breaking up
housekeeping, moving, etc., it will
pay you to remember that tho great
fireproof warehouses of Hiram Slbloy
& Co. arc centrally located ut 12 and
14 North Clark street This is one
of tho best warehouses In tho coun
try. Their fireproof rootm, with tiled
floors and stocl doors, aro uncqualcd
for tho safe preservation of tho most
valuablo effects, viz: pianos, trunks,
statuary, libraries, etc. Absolute
security is guurantco'l.
Using tho best vans for moving
and employing un unexcelled force of
careful men to handle goods, It Is
not surprising thut Hiram Sibley &
Co, havo the cream of trudo
in their lino. Notice their adver
tisement on pago seven, and give
them a cull. You will not regret
having done so.
Th I'npulHr Monon Haute.
The various prominent citizens who
need rest and recuperation after
arduous lutors, political and other
wise, select none but the best resort.
The singular unanimity with which
they have selected West Badcnas the
proper placo for their vacation hours
is a sunicient testimonial to its at
tractive anil beneficial characteris
tics. It has becomo tho Mecca of
over-worked offlcliils.and has now been
selected by tho Democratic Editorial
Association of Indiana as the place
for their meeting of .luno 8 and 0.
If these loyal Hooslcr qulll-tlrivors
partake with Democratic freedom of
tho medicinal waters of tlio springs
tho effect will bo plainly seen In tlio
editorial routs that their opp-jnonts
1G4-166 Madison St,
will suffer in the fall campultrn. The
party Is Indebted to the ever populnr
Moiimi routo for making West Uiitlcn
P IRKER FOR JUOOE.
The Piomlncnt Attorney Is Bcimi.Siiong
ly Inlarsed for Cojntij Judge by Lead'
Tho friends of Attorney .John It.
Parker arc nnklng considerable prog
ress In tho work they arc undertak
ing In bringing that gentleman out
as acindidato Tor County .Judge on
behalf of the Republicans. Mr. Park
er appears to bo growing In pop
ularity rapidly as a candidate. A
few days ago 11 petition was put in
circulation In order that It might be
addressed to tho voters of Cook
County, and this Is being rapidly
signed by prominent Republican pol
iticians and attorneys. It sets forth
0110 thing aside from the eminent fit
ness of Mr. Parker for the Judgeship,
and that Is that the West Side Is en
titled to fuithcr recognition In the
distribution of official positions. The
following is the petition:
( iiicaoo, April 10. Deur Plr: In pre
senting tho nnino of John li. I'arkor. of tho
Twelfth Ward, for County .luilgo. wo wlili
to cull your attrition to tho fuel tiint
wlillc tl.o West frldo contain 1 nearly linlf
of ilia pn ulutlon of Chlciiffu, twuuty-thrco
out of twcnty.ol.ilit Juices of Cook County
11 ro r.sldoiiti of tlits North nnd H lutli Hldo,
mid no foal cmifldont thut tlio nomination
of . r, I'urUcr cannot but meet with favor
ut tlio hands of thu Rcpubllcm party, us
tho ((runt West flelo I rcnieientcil by but
tlircu Uopubllcttii .Indite.
Tho hi ill cliniui'teruiid Mutidliii of Mr.
1'uimii- li too nt-lt knoiiii tincod rommciit.
Ho Is 11 1 11 j M'holur an J t, regarded by
ctnl ion! Jurl-ls, not only In Clilcuio but
throughout tho Mate, us well iimllf!ed for
tho Important nfllce of County Judge. Ills
ability nnd fnlrnoss It unque-t'o'icd, whllo
his loyally to tlio Uopubllonn party has
oor btoi proverbial with Ills friends.
Thut hu 111 discharge the dntlei of tho
iiMc"'. In n Just and fuurlcas manner no rno
dou t, mid ttoournuttly rcquett your co
upoiiitliin In oecurln; his nomination for
tho iron Important Judgu.hlp In Cook
A gkxtlhmax who has a fancy for
evieccratlng himself In public ought
not to be bulked of his dcslro If he
hurts nobody else. No anarchist In
the wor.d would repeat the deed of
Rordln or of Pauwels If he knuw that
their fate would bofull him. Mean
while It is tlio business of society to
sco tuat the notoriety-hunting
anarchist shall get no notoriety out
of his crimes, but shall bo tried and
executed In secret. Nothing could
be more t-ure to bring anarchist
crimes to an end than such a pro
vision, except, indeed, anarchist
crimes undertaken by such bunglers
us Bordin und Pauwels.
I TO l'KHItlrt, J.OH ANUKt.r
ANO HAN DIKllO. CAL.
Ili n J. W. N.nce at Petri., Illvcmlde
County, Cl., U the owner of a Lriie
tret of Und t l'errl.. nil level and
month; water under ireurc; deiiotln
center of tract. To Mttla tin the country
lie Ii.h autlii rUed an to offer 1,11m acre
of III. land tt ?7.1 an acre and pay each
mrcliaor' uxptn.e. to California out
of flrt payment.
lllve. 111 nctCH frco to tlio cxcur.lon
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INiERNATIONAl HOMElTEiD CO.,
KOI ye. irlty llulldlnir, Chlcauo, III.
FRED W. ROGERS,
Justice of Peace.
1113 West North Av., Chicago.
Ite.ldeiicp, ,100 Mentinore Av,
42B Cmerald Av.
J. J. HENNESSV.
Justice of the Peace
4147 t. Halstcd St.
POLICE MAOI8TIUTK. ,
Stock Yard. I'olloe Court!
Justice of Peace,
239 63d Street.
Police Justice, Englewood.
NOBLE T. BOBBINS.
Justice of Peace,
HeslcJeuce, 01!)!) KxeluuiRo Av.
CREAM OF MALT.
and 170-181 Lake St
JAMES M. OOYLE,
Justice of the Peace,
192 West Madison Street,
Reildencc, 203 8. Wood St., Chicago, III.
Police Magistrate Dosplalnes St.
151 South Olark Street.
ffl. A. LA BUT,
Justice of tie Peace.
18 Wast Msvdlsea Street,
Cornet lUlited Street.
nr.MbKXtE-AM Milwaukee Arenue,
Corner Will Street
LEGAL DOCUMENTS DRAWN.
Justice of the Peace,
5325 Lake Avenue.
Hyde Park, Chicago.
Ktildeiice, 287 WoodUwn Ten ice.
J. J. O'TOOLE,
Justice of the Peue,
(TOWN OP LAKE.)
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
3904 State Street, CHICAGO.
Cor. Otrfleld Donli.rd and Center Avenue.
C. J. WHITNEY,
Justice of the Peace,
and Notary Public
468 LINCOLN AV.
Itc.ldencc, 151 LIU Arcnue.
Orrxci, Town Hall.
Iteaidenee 408 Noitu Central Ave., Anatln, UL
Collection attended to. Chattel mortgagta
79 West Madison St.,
K. B. Cor. Jsttarsom.
Olaf F. Severson,
(COUNSELOR AT LAW),
Justice of the Peace.
146 AND 148 WEST MADISON ST.,
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE,
145 West Madison Street
GEO. P. FOSTER,
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE,
Bmbu, 4, 5 & 6. 125 Claft Slraet, CMcaBo.
Tlphon 464f. .
Justice of the Peace,
Rooms 1 and 2, 57 N. dark St
132 So. Clark Street,
Residence, 67 Bryant Arena.
1 R. PORTER,
Corner Md Street a4
HYDE PAJtT (OKXCAOO).
ChMttvl MortRMRM Arkntiwli-d;i'd.
Room 1, No. 124 Clark Street, Cticafii
3817 Michigan Avenue.
Court Room, 534 Lincoln At.,
JUsUUae. COA Uaeala At.
Tcl. Lak Vlw SO.) CHICAO
Justice of tbe Peace.
OFFICE, 402 LINCOLN AVE.
Residence, 1601 Wrightwood At
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