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THE CHICAGO C AG L. E.
ILLINOIS TRAINMEN
Officers and Legislative Committeemen of the Con
ductors and Trainmen of the Prairie State.
The Railroad Trainmen of Illinois
are strongly organized for legislative
and other work.
They number over 180,000 members
in Illinois and tire an Intelligent, relia
ble and earnest body of men, whose
power for good In the state cannot be
overestimated.
Following are the divisions, num.
bers and names of their legislative
committee and officers:
LEGISLATIVE: COMMITTEE FOR
ILLINOIS.
Division number; committeemen
(first), and alternates:
1. Thos. S. Hayes; F. B. Carr. .
41. W. 0. Swing; A. P. Danforth.
74. E. H. Jones; E. E. White.
78. R. L. Piper; J. J. Kllckenger.
70. W. W. Carroll; W. W. Donley.
81. C. C. Parker; A. J. Frazler.
83. a. F. Conlcy; J. R. Zoll.
87. Jns. W. Flnley; J. C. Paul.
OC. J. M. Kelloy; C. A. Watters.
07. C. P. Domls; E. S. Nichols.
101, F. S. Thomas; Jerry McCarby.
IOC. F. A. Dledtoe; A. J. Douglas.
112. J. I. Davis; C. T. Harris.
113. F. D. Sughrua; W. Erlckson.
118. F. L. Howard; A. M. Barnes.
127. T. F. Phleger; J. II. Voss.
206. W. P. Sheehan; W. H. Devlin.
222. C. H. Dalton; H. B. Holt.
235. O. O. McCarty; P. O. Rourke.
293. Jno. Fowler; M. Ingham.
308. C. C. Craig; R. Trogden.
327. L. M. Hough; B. F. Bradloy.
377. E. B. French; Q. W. Melbourne.
886. W, A. Sharpo; C. II. Stanley.
388. J. L. Lamport; J. C. McQuan.
40C. W. J. Smith; P. II. O'Connor.
409. D. W. Marshall; T. Nltson.
4BD. M. F. Cooper; A. S. Kuykendnll.
601. D. S. Craig; J. A. Bonham.
509. E. Froad; W. M. 8tovonson.
G23. D. Nancy; C. E. Blackburn.
648. H. Hill; F. C. Zlel.
649. A. W. Stowman; W. E. Whaley.
677. F. P. Mlllo; E. E". Flanagan.
COO. B. F. Congdon; J. E. Shortcll.
Professional Card's
Goodrich.
Vincent & Bradley
Lawyers
Th Rookery, Ghlago
Adams A. Qoodrich .
William A. Vincent
Ralph R. Bradley
Wabash 480
ROSS G. HALL
LAWYER
IBOa AahUnd Block
CHICAGO
Tsiepbeae Ceatral
Telephone Randolph 2027
Benj.F.Richolson
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Pint National Bank Building, Chicago
Telephone Central 960,
L. D. Condele
ATTORNEY
and
COUNSELOR AT LAW
35 North Dearborn St.
Swei Edward Johtttoiii
ATTORNEY
AT-LAW
SECTOR BUILDING
CHICAOO
secretaries:
(Giving Division Nos.)
1. O. M. Baldwin, 3833 Vlncennes
Ave., Chicago.
41. D. D. Hughson, 237 Lewis St.,
Blue Island, 111.
74. J. B. Oldrldge, 1253 E. Eldorado,
Decatur, III.
78. carl Schoen, Savanna, 111.
79. J. R. Nelson, 317 Morgan St.,
Peoria, 111.
81. O. H. Newberry, 607 Monroe St.,
Beardstown, 111.
83. R. II. Stoner, 868 Monroo St.,
GaleBburg, 111.
87. P. E. Murray, 208 Union St.,
Bloomlngton, 111.
96. C. A. Walter, 44 Oakwood Ave.,
Downers Grove, 111.
07. E. S. Nichols, Roodhousc, 111.
101. C. M. Belknap, 809 Prairie, Mat
toon, 111.
106. V. Wolf, Sllvls, 111.
112. J. L. Davis, 334 S. Poplar, Cen-
trnlla, 111.
113. Geo. F. Spraguc, 4326 N. Ashland
Ave., Chicago, 111.
118. G. B. Soltz, 106 Station St., Kan-
knkeo, 111.
127. C. E. Bishop, 307 N. Walnut St.,
Danville, 111.
20C. W. P. Sheehan, Wabash Hotel,
Springfield, 111.
222. A. A. Zlmmoht, Chlllicothc, 111.
235. I. Goodwin, 4 Union St., Frccport,
111.
293. J. A. Lewis, 253 N; Washtenaw
Ave., Chicago, 111.
308. Q: W. Taylor, 222 E. 7th St., Mt.
Carmel, III.
327. W. J. Undorrlncr, 110 N. Banker,
Effingham, 111.
377. E. B. French, 102 Winston Ave.,
Jollet, 111.
385. J. J. Wngaer, 2207 Salsbury St.,
St. Louts, Mo.
388. R. M. Brown, 1217 W. 9th St.,
Alton, 111.
400. W. C. Harris, 309 E. Wash., Clin
ton, 111.
fa. Hamilton Lewi's
Commercial Natlmal iMk Mil.
FntdiM.LowM LNoyf&ta
Phono Ceatral 2MB
Lowes & Richards
Attorneys at Law
127 N. Dearborn St.
CHICAGO
Spencer Ward
LAWYER
Rector Building
Clark and Monroe Street
CHICAGO '
Telephone Central 49SI
C. E, CRUIKSHANK
Attorney at Law
SlHS5, 12 Li SHU Mr
CWCAIO
TILIPHONI I37B MAIN
Telephone Centre! SIS
A$a G. Adams
LAWYER
76 Wt Monro Street
CHICAGO
ATTORNEY and
COUNSELLOR
i i I
406. M. F. Lockard, 410 E. 6th St.,
Monmouth, 111.
409. W. 8. Heath, Salem, 111.
459. A. E. Cooper, 634 3. State St,
Champaign, 111.
601. J, A. Bonham, 2004 Elm St., Mur-
physboro, 111.
509. P. C. Gosnell, Villa Grove, 111.
523. H. W. Murray, Box 120, Flora, 111.
548. F. C. Zlel, Ladd, 111.
577. F. L. Wolcott, Box 321, Palestine,
111.
COO. C. S. Griffith, Stockton, 111.
CHIEF CONDUCTORS.
(Giving Division Nos.)
1. F. D. Wheeler, 2745 Wash. Boul.
Chicago.
41. W. M. Coffey, 629 E. York St.,
Bluo Island, 111.
74. F. W. Vincent, 1017 E. Prairie,
Decatur, III.
78. R. L. Piper, Savanna, 111.
79. L. K. Murphy, 1903 Knoxvlllo,
Peoria, 111.
81. A. J. Frazler, 702 Clay St., Beards
town, III.
83. E. O. Williams, 146 E. 6th St.,
Galcsburg, 111.
87. B. Williams, 1007 N. Oak, Bloom
lngton, 111.
90. Geo. G. Spier, 270 North Avo.,
Downers Grove, 111.
97. Joo Hayes, Roodhousc, 111.
101. J. V. Fitch, 2412 Prairie, Mattoon,
111.
106. F. A. Bledsoe, Rock Island, 111.
112. C. T. Harris, 329 N. Locust St.,
Centralla, 111.
113. J. L. English, Waukcgan, 111.
118. W. II. Harris, 65 Cleveland, Kan
kakee, 111,
127. W. S. Drover, 211 W. Williams,
Dnnvlllo, 111.
206. G. A. Colomnn, 102 Swlnnarton
Ave., Springfield, 111.
222. D. W. Wanders, Chllllcotho, 111.
235. G. G. McCarty, Senato Hotel,
Freoport, 111.
293. G. S. Lane, 419 5th Ave., May
wood, 111.
PROFMMONAL CARDS.
William D. Munhall
ATTORNEY AT LAW '
1616 Ashland Block;
Clark and Randolph Gti.
CHICAGO
Telephone Randolph 2328
CUytoa E. Crafts
Oto. M. Stivtai
Crafts & Stevens
Attorneys and Counselors
at Law
Room 017, 018 and 819
TOCK EXCHANGE BLDQ.
Tttcphon Main 167 i
Prank II. Novak
Charlci W.Novak
NOVAK & NOVAK
Attorneys atUw
Suite 408, 69 W. Washington St.
Phono Central 5350
7MW.IltthSt, WcstPuUui
PhonW.P.69
CHICAGO
Christopher L. Flood
ATTORNEY AT 1AW
112 N. Labile St. Me 45
CHICAGO ,
TtUihoatii Mali 1079, Automatic 12SII
S. C. HERREN
ATTORNEY.AT.UW
fee Floor, AtUa Block
CHICAOO
cunnALeact
E. RAYMOND
WILLIAMS
LAWYER
Pitt National Bank
Building .
308. F. E. Leseure, 1010 Cherry, Mt. County Treasurer.
Carmel, III, Second floor, room 212.
327. L, M. Hough, C09 S, Maplo St., Recorder of Deeds.
Effingham, 111. First floor, room 120.
377. M. A, Stlnson, 210 Sterling, Jollet, Registrar of Titles.
111. First floor, room 120.
386. H. W. Bibb, 1023 Market, East St. County Clerk.
Louis, ill. Second floor, room 233.
388. J. C. McUuan, 1228 Bella St., County Comptroller.
Alton, 111. Fifth floor, room 611.
400. J. J, Mlllan, 315 N. Monroe, Clin- Coroner.
ton, 111. Fifth floor, room 600.
406. O. E. Mitchell, 612 W. 3rd Ave., County Surveyor.
Monmouth, 111. Fifth floor, room 42C.
409. T. Whltson, Salem, III. Custodian.
459. E. E. Jolly, 205 S. Lynn, Cham- Third floor, room 311.
pnlgn, 111. County Court.
601. Carl E. Schmidt, 609 10th St., Sixth floor, room 602.
Cairo, 111. Clerk County Court.
609. J. D. Blair, Villa Grove, 111. 9th floor, room COO.
523. D. Naney, Box 311, Flora, III. circuit Court.
548. H. Hill, Ladd, 111. Seventh floor.
519. J. E. Youngblood, Carbondalc, Clerk Circuit Court.
111. Fourth floor, room 412.
577. J. E. Brown, Efllngham, III. Probate Court
COO. D. V. Bock, 1881 Couler Ave., Du- Sixth floor, room 643.
buque, Iowa. Clerk Probate Court.
. Sixth floor, room 623.
i Board of Review.
COUNTY OFFICES NEW COURT Third floor, room 337.
HOUSE. Board of Assessor.
Third floor, room 312.
8herlff'a Office. President County Board.
Fourth floor, room 423. Fifth floor, room 523.
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ANDREW J. RYAN.
One of the Most Popular Members of the Bar.
FROPIBMONAL CARDS.
Residence! 141 Belmont Avenue
Phone Qraccland II0J
JOSEPH A. WEBER
LAWYER
Suite 1214 Ashland Block
CHICAQO
Telephones Central 776
Automatic 4.1619
Stillman B. Jamieson
Attorney at Law
ASHLAND BLOCK
TtJatkuc Central 1M7
ARTHUR W, FULTON
Lawyer
1103 ASHLAND BLOCK
Residence 3343 Monroe Street
CHICAGO
Telephone: Office, Central 4368
Residence, Kedzle 0480
TBLEPflONE RANDOLPH 2340
Geo. M. Weichelt
ATTORNEY
AT L, AW
Suite 506 Ashland Block
CHICAQO
Phoaa Main 4498
GERAGHTY & CO.
Badges ana Buttons; Muslin
and Oilcloth Signs
153 North Lm Salle Street,
rHOraetMONAL OA
T.t..i.n.. J Central 1500
Ttlephonei J Ranj0ph sj06
Fowler & McDonnell
LAWYERS
1444 Firit Natioial Bank Bldg.
CHICAGO
Frank L. Fowler Francis A. McDonnell
Telephone. m'.'llc 33417
Morton T. Culver
Attorney at Law
829.831 Stock Exchange Building
CHICAGO
Residence, Qlcncoe, 111.
Phone Franklin 2310
Auto. 31-048
ANDREW DONOVAN
Attorney and Counsellor
at Law
154 West Randolph Street
Metropolitan Block, Chicago
La Salle and Randolph Street
A. A. Worsley
Attorney and Counsellor
at Law
Suite 1010
No, 179 Weat WaihingtonStree
CHICAGO
Telephone 3720 Mala
Chicago, ill
MUNICIPAL HEWS
Some Items of Interest From the
Public Offices About Occur
rences of the Week.
What the city council did lust Mon
day: Domnnd made that stnto legislature
keep hnnds off Chicago pubic utili
ties and plan started for city commis
sion. Plan for Increasing municipal court
salaries dropped, except for chief jus
tice. Outline of civil service report on
division of ward funds made public.
Movement for afternoon Instead of
evening session lacked fourteen votes
of passage.
Special committee to study public
markets appointed by Mayor Harri
son. Ordinance presented fixing speed of
vehicles past schools and churches
during specified times at Ave miles
an hour.
Ordinances for reorganization of po
lice department and regulation of
cold storage published and deferred.
Forest preserve act, revised to meet
legal objections, recommended to leg
islature. Resolutions of condolence passed
on death of Ilrothcr Adjutor of De
La Salle Institute.
Next meeting set for 2:30 p. m. Fri
day, ho aldermen elected to other of
fices may draw salnrlcs "to the
eleventh hour."
An outer park system for Chicago,
to embrace 30,000 acres and to cost
between $15,000,000 and $20,000,000,
was declared by Alderman Ucllfussof
tho Parks nnd Playgrounds Committed
of the City Council to be assured with
in tho coming year. The speaker
made this prediction before the mem
bers of the Municipal Art League In
the Art Institute.
"A special bill, tho passago of which
Is assured, will bo presented to the
State Legislature in January," ho said,
"which will ennblu Chlcngo to obtain
an outer park system thnt will be one
of the most cxtcuslvo and beautiful In
the world. A tax of less than 1 mill
will provide ample funds for this pur
pone." The finance committee of the city
council on Monday refused to recom
mend final payment on the contract
for building the city hall. It was
claimed that some of the contract
work Is not finished, and that other of
It was not dotio according to specifica
tions. It probably will be several
weeks before the matter can be equit
ably adjusted.
An order aimed at C00 sidewalk ob
structions In the loop district wan ap
proved by the city council committee
en streets and alleys. They must bo
removed heforo May 1, 1913.
Following are the standing com
mittees of the city council:
Finance nichert. chairman; Hard
ing, Emerson, Reading, Cormak, Law
ley, BelltusB, SItts, Egan, Krumholz,
Llpps, Wilson, Twlgg, Reams, Ryan
(34) Dem., 9; Rep., G.
Local transportation Block, chair
man; Richert, Carr, Long, Schultz,
Webster College of Law
National Life Building, 29 South La Salle St.
JAMES HAMILTON LEWIS,
President.
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Evening Sessions Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Text-book, case and
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First-Class Garage
2630 Wabash Avenue
M.N CONNERY, Proprietor
Best Equipped Garage in Chicago.
Electric Trucks Charged.
Automobile Truck Storage and Gar
age Space for Rent.
The Factory is
FURS
Every Description
Fur Repairing and Remodeling
at Most Reasonable Prices
GEORGE W. PAULLIN
Fourth Floor Stewart Bldrf. Fourth Floor
IS. W. Corner State and Washington St.
Clancy, Hcaly, Stewart, Capltaln,
Llpps, Ilyldahl, Twlgg, Bcrgor, Fish
or, Donahoo Dotn., 9; Hop., 6.
Harbors, wharves and bridges Lit
tler, chairman; Kcnna, Ryan (4),
Long, Nance, Czckala, Drennan, Del
gcr, Dauler, Hoy, Thomson, Emerson,
Holding, Hazen, Ryan (34) Dem., 9;
Rep., C.
Gas, oil and electric light Cormak,
chairman- Bellfus, Hey, Ryan (4),
Sltts, Haderlcln, Long, Walkowlak,
Twlgg, Block, Stewart, Janovsky,
Vavrlcek, Bowler, Kearns, Dem., 9;
Rep., C.
Local industries Fisher, chairman;
Schultz, Krumholz, Mayor, McDon
ald, Pretzel, Carr, Lawloy, Wilson,
Klaus, Sltts, McDermott, Cullcrton,
Schaeffer, Bergen Dem., 11; Rep., 4.
Judiciary legislation, elections and
rules Donahoo, chairman; Utpatel,
KJcllandcr, Hazen, Mayer, Walko
wlak, Capltaln, Toman, Helwlg, Pow
ers, Ilyldahl, Bewcrsdorf, Pltto, Mo
Inerncy, Ahearn, Bauler, Holding
Dem., 12; Hep., G.
Streets, alleys, taxation, street
nomenclature Hcaly, chairman; Mo
Donald, Pretzel, Kcnna, Utpatol, Mo
Dermott, Egan, Kunz, Swift, Cross,
Hey, Holding, Klaus, Haderleln, To
man. Dem., 10; Rep., S.
License Ryan (34), chairman;
Cormak, Burns, Norrls, Ahern, Krum
holz, Tearncy, Utpatel, Janovsky.
Cross, Bowler, Ryan (4), Vavrlcek,
Pltte, Bradsbaw. Dem., 10; Rep., I.
Buildings and city hall Thomson,
chairman; Klaus, Coughlln, Bewere
dorf, K'cllander, Tearney, Carr,
Clancy, Llpps, Helwlg, Walkowlak,
Littler, Swift, Powers, Ilyldahl.
Dem., 10; Rep., C.
Schools, fire, police, civil service
Gclgcr, chairman; Martin, Czckala,
Toman, Kcnna, Helwlg, Burns, Hard
ing, Block, Mayer, Vavrlcek, Mclaer
ncy, Richert, Bowersdorf, Bradshaw.
Dem., 11; Rep., 4.
Health Nance, chairman; Culler
ton, Coughlin, Ahearn, Schaofer, Nor
rls, Lawloy, Pretzel, McDermott,
Tearncy, Kunz, Mclnerney, Martla
Brcnnnn, Bradshaw. Dem., St;
Rep., C.
Water Wilson, chairman; Kuns,
Burns, Coughlin, Brennan, Schaeffer,
Norrls, Powers, Thomson, KJellander,
Cgan, Littler, Cross, Stewart, Swltt
Dem., 8; Rop., 7.
Special park commission Aid. Bell
fuss, chairman; Aldermen Harding,
Schultz, Capltain, Bergen, Hazen,
Cullcrton, Haderleln, McDonald,
Clancy and Martin; Oscar F. Mayer,
Peter 8. Goodman, Jens Jensen, F. A.
Llndstrand, Samuel J. Rosenblatt, Cy
ril Flala, Gcorgo Landau, Paul Driy
malskl, tho Rev. Julius Rappaport,
Charles H. Rlchter, Charles Book,
Francis T. Simmons, Joseph Donnere
bcrgcr, William Kolacok, James B.
McFatrlch, Frank P. Danisch.
Bathing beaches Aid. Long, chair
man; Gclgcr, Pltte, Healy, Bowler.
Compensation Aid. Reading, chair
man; Ryan (34), Bellfuss, Llppe,
Harding, Krumholz.
Track elevation Aid. Janovsky,
chairman; Fisher, Emerson, Kearns,
Reading, Donahoo, Bauler, Nance,
Czekala.
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