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VHtE OMICAQO lL A O L B:
COUNTY AND SANITARY DISTRICT
HEADS AND JUDGES OF THE APPELATE,
CIRCUIT AND SUPERIOR COURTS
Bard of Couniy CemmWw
Vatar Italnborg, rrealdant.
Commissioners City District:
Ch&rle N. Ooodrow.
llobcrt W. McKlnloy.
Frank J. Wilson.
Joseph M. Kltxgerald.
Dudloy D. Plcrson.
George A. Miller.
William H. Mclean.
Osmmlttoa Clerk Poter J. Bulart,
Boom E37, Court Houso.
Address all commissioner Room
617, County Dulldlnn.
Henry A. Bender, 8uiarlntandat
of Publlo Sarvloa.
CharlM W. Peters.
Harry It- Gibbons.
Jacob Undheiiner, AsslsUftt Traaa-
rwearder of Deeds
Joseph F. Hsas.
Registrar of Titles (Torrens Sys
tem) Joaapn r. Haas.
T. TL. Statnert, Chief Clerk.
R. MO, let floor, County Building-
Robert K. Swaltsar.
Jean . Mack. Culaf Dapaty.
John P. Keerexs, Chief Uookkeepec.
J. 8. Mayar. Chief Cashlar.
tools C. Lefner, Chief Marrlaje
fames O. Wotoott. Chief Tax Re
M. J. Browne, Chief Map Depart
neat Daniel Herllhy, Chief DeeUoa De
partment. R. I8S, and floor, County Building.
Martin J. O'Brien. Chief ot imx
frank U Paadeloup, Head Clerk.
R. tn, tnd Boor, County Bulldlnf .
Caurrty Comptroller and Clerk attar
Robert U. BwalUar.
William J. Graham, Deputy Com-
M. J. O'Connor, Chief Clerk.
R. Ill, Ith floor, County Building.
Clerk of the County Court
Robert K. BVaUaer.
Merge L. McConnell, Chief Olartt.
J. Q. H. Meyer, Chief Insanity D.
R. tOt, ta floor, Ooaaty BulMlag.
Was. H. amaaa. 111 Baatk raad
tfaak County Heaartal
Oar. e Karrlaea and Waa Ma,
Hiafraal T&nmm, Warflem.
Oak Feraat IneHautlot
Heerry U Baaay, uaartaleeUea.
IUU P. O. Oak Toraai, DL
PuMIe Welfare Baraau
Amelia Beare, Director.
R. 7, TU ton, Oewty RallaUg.
Pater M. BeKmaa.
DavM R. Jeaea, first AaaUtaa.
R. 109, Ita floor, Oaaaty BaOfllag.
Clerk of the Clroult Ceure
Aagaat W. Millar.
Loots Hatt, Ohtaf Deaaty.
tto Beaserer, Chlaf Clark.
R. 411, 4th floor. County Ballalag.
lark af Juvenile Cewrfc
Aagaat W. Miller.
Mward R. Arkemaw, Chlel Cles.
PL WOT, Wtk floor, Oouaty Ball
Jerk ef the Suparter Court
Leonard A. Bruadaga, Chief Deeetjr.
Junes rraaoh. Chief Clark.
R. 417, 4 th floor, County BaOdlac
Mark of the Criminal Court
William R. Parker.
Robart R. Levy. Chief Clerk.
Criminal Court Building, ear.
Mtaaigaa St. aad Deerfcora Are.
Clerk of Preaate Cenrs
John P. Devtne.
R. U, Its floor, County Building.
Clark of the Apellate Court
James S. Melnarny.
John X. Connerty. Chief Deputy.
R. 1491, MIchlgaa Bird. BulldUg.
Members of Beard of Review
Patrick A. Nash.
Edward R. Utainger,
Btaphen D. Oriflla, CaleC Clerk.
Wtlam P. reanay, AseUUat OWet
R. tt7, Id floor, Coaaty Balldlag.
MemM ef Beard af Aeaieeera
MWaael K. Eheridan,
Qmrt K. Sehmldt,
V, K. Webar,
R. Ill, 8r floor, County BuOdlnj.
Oek County Civil Servlea Commla-
Harry A. Upsky, Chairman.
Jamea M. Whalea, Bacretary.
Kalpa H. Peck.
Wimam P. Foahrtar. Ofllee TUr
B. 647, th floor, County Building.
Conty Ouperintendent of Sehoota
Bdward J. Tobta.
p. KM, Bth or, Oomnty BeUdmg.
M. JT. BuBlTan, First Aaalstaal.
OMaaleMt Court Bollalac
f Caae, Jr, la oharga ef Cook
OoMty lw Dcpartmeat.
R. kn. If floor, Caaafty Bafldlag.
INInoUi Supreme Ceurt
Judge Orrln N. Carter.
R. WIX, 10th floor, County Bond
ing. Appeetate Court
WBHasa H. McSurely,
rmSaaea B. Dover,
R. 1400, Klcb!Yin Bird. Building.
BBartas A. McDanald,
uy P. M"7rtr,
Albert H. Barnoe.
R. 1400, Michigan Bird. Building.
ThonMis Taylor, Jr.,
Clarence N. Goodwin.
R. 1400, MlchlRan BWd. Building.
Judoe of Probate Court
Judoe of County Court
Jnmos T. Burns.
Judge of Juvenile Court
Merrltt W. Plnckney.
Judge of Superior Court
Albort C. Barnes,
Vfm. Fen'.more Cooper,
William B. Dorer,
Joseph H. Fitch,
Charles M Fooll,
Jacob H. Hoptlns.
Martin M. Qridley,
Marcus A. KaTanaga. '
Charles A. McDonald.
M. U MsKlnley,
William H. Mo8urely,
John M. O'Connoi,
Donla E. Bulllran.
John J. Sulllran.
Joseph K. DaTld.
10th floor, County Bulldlag.
Judges of the Circuit Court
Victor P. Arnold,
Robert JC. Crowe,
George F. Barrett,
Darld M. Brothers,
Frank Johnston, Jr.
David F. Matchett,
John P. McGoorty,
Merrttt W. Plnckney,
Kickham Scanlan, "
Frederick A. Bmlta.
Thomas Taylor, Jr,
Charles M. Thomaoa,
Oscar M. Torrison.
Rlchnrd B. Tuthlll,
Charles M. Walker,
Thomas O. Wlndes.
Joseph II. Barnett,
Chas. W. Belnwerth,
Chas. U Caswoll, Chief Clerk.
R. 124, 8th floor, County Bulldtag.
Chicago Law Institute and Library
10th floor, County Building.
William Holden. Llbrariaa.
County 8upt of Hlghwaya
George A. Quintan.
R. Ill, 8rd floor, County BalMlac.
President of Sanitary Dlatriea
Chas. B. SargaL
Truatee of Sanitary DHaerlet
William J. Haaly.
Patrick J. Carr,
Wallace O. Clark,
Harry R. Littler. ,!
Chaa. H. BargaL
Oaorga W. PauUla,
W. O. Nance.
Jaxnee H. Lawlay,
M. A. MueUer,
fM B. Mtoaigaa Are. (starve
Building). TeUpatae Wakaah
Csek County Building
Oocuptee blook, Randolph, Waakv
Ington, Clark and La Bella Bta.
Joha Csekala, Custodlaa.
Criminal Court Building
Cor. Michigan and Daarbora Ave.
Jacob Pomerants, Custodlaa.
Cook County Jail
Criminal Court Building, Daarbora
Ave., betweea Mlohlgaa aad
William T. Davles, Jailer.
R. 416, 4th floor, County Balldlag.
Brio B. Hall.
Ill N. Clark BL
S. P. Messlnger has dona much for
Chicago in furnishing tho people with
a fine lot ot first-class rostaurants.
Cloan out the barnaclos, Mayor
Thompson, and breath oaslor In tho
John T. Murray, tne wen known aad
popular lawyer, would make a good
John Power nas always served tht
people well as alderman from tal
Charles E. Ummach, president oi
the woll known R. Williamson Com
pany, is ono ot Chicago's progressive
citizens who is always working hard
for tho upbuilding of the city, and
tho advancement of Its lntorests. He
stands high with everybody who
Dixon C. Williams, one ot tho finest
srators in tho Democratic party Is
trowing In popularity. Ho wculd
make an ideal membor ot congrosa If
he would consent to run for the office.
JameB Agar ot the well known John
Agar Packing Company would mako
a splondld state treasuror of Illinois.
He Is ft business man ot high char
acter nnd a political leader of force
District Attorney Clyne Is making
a good record.
Emmott Whealan is making a splon
dld record as a member of tho County
Hoard of Commissioners. He Is a
veternn Chicago printer who stands
high with everybody in the trado and
as a public ofllclal Is winning friends
The Jeaamg memners or every sa
elety and club In Chicago read TUe
"HOME IN A FLIVVER" IS POSSIBLE AND .
IT SAVES MANY PROBLEMS FOR TOURISTS
Tho iriiotngrnnh shows the exterior
two IncoiiloiiH neonle who are touring
was Itikcn near San Diego. It shows Just why this couple Is not worrying
nbout train schedules or hotel accommodations, or possibly profiteering land
lords. The car li fixed up for a 30-day cruise, drinking water, food, cooking
stove, cnhlncts nml every other convenience being on hand. Tho lower view
shows tho Interior ot tho car, and If the couple do not like a city they merely
"crank t- their house" nnd move on.
CHANGE OF OIL
TO SAVE MOTOR
Official of Large Motor Truck
Concern Urges Practice as
KEROSENE QUITE INJURIOUS
Little Chance of Changing Quality of
Gasoline, Therefore Variation of
Lubrication Frequently Is
A campaign to cull attention to tho
necessity of changing oil In motors
every ho many hundred miles' has been
advocated by M. h. l'ulcher, vice pres
ident nnd general manager of a prom
inent motor truck company. Ho con
tends Unit failure to change oil fre
quently Is tho main cause of tho k
terloratiou ot motors.
Mr. l'ulcher points out that there
. Is so much kerosene In gasoline to
I Ony that It has a tendency to run
I down past tho pistons, get Into the
lubricating oil anil thin It. The leer-
omiio cuts the thin film of oil on tho
wearing smiaces oi uio pimuus, pin
ton rings and cylinder walls.
Bugbear of Inefficiency.
With tho illm of oil on tho wear
ing parts of the motor broken, fric
tion, the liusbi'iir of motor elllclency,
starts In. The pltnus work up and
down through broken lllms of oil In
u lubricating substance that has lot
considerable of Its richness nnd thick
ness. There Is little chance of changing
the quality of tho gasoline. There
fore, to prolong the llfo of tho motor
tho only thing to do Is to chutigo tho
lubricating oil frequently, possibly
every fiOO to 1,000 miles, he advocates.
An experiment witnessed by Mr.
Pulcher recently Is Instanced by him
I us proof that It Is the mmlubrlcatliig
qualities of the oil that damage mo-
Result of Experiment.
A motor was brought Into a shop
with almost .01.1 Inches wear. Tho
motor was ground to .020 Inches over
size, fitted wltli new pistons, put on
tho block nnd filled with good, clean
oil. Tho motor was then run contin
uously for ISO hours nnd dining this
time tho oil was changed three time.
When the motor was taken down
it showed no weor.
The motor was ngaln put together,
oil was taken from an old truck and
tho motor was put through tho same 00
hour test without any change of oil.
It showed .005 Inches wear, Indicating
that It Is the iionliibrlcntlng qualities
of the oil resulting from tho kcrnscno
working past the plbtons and mixing
with It that cause tho deterioration of
Tho age of a motor may almost bo
said to depend upon tho number of
times the oil Is changed In It.
SHIFTING GEAR ON NEW CAR
Difficulty May Be Due to Slight Drag-
glng In Clutch Little Practice
When a car Is new and tho owner is
not ncrnMomed to driving it, thero Is
often dlllleulty In Milftlng Into inter
mediate gears, either from low or high.
This may lie duo to a Might di tigging
of the f luteh, or more often to the fact
that the drler Is not fumlll.ir with tlio
speed of the motor at which the Milfts
hhould be mailo. A little practice In
ull that Is needed.
nntl Interior ot the "mito home" of
southern California this winter nnd
OVERHEAD PIPE RACK
Handy Place for Storing Spare
Tires and Other Parts.
Contrivance Is Quite Easily Put To
gether by Use of Old Pieces of
Pipe and Few Bolts Fasten
to Beam Overhead.
Tho typo of rack shown here pro
vides n handy place to hang spare tires
nml other automobile parts, and is
very easily constructed out of lengths
of pipe nnd n few bolts. Tho main
hnnger Is niiulo from u plcco of 1-ln.
pipe, with flanges nt cncli end to fasten
It to n beam overhead. To form tho
llnuges, saw cacli end of the pipe to n
A Rack, Made of a Few Pieces of Pipe,
Enables a Garage Keeper to Hang
Tires and Spare Parto Within Easy
depth of about 4 Indies, bend the
divided parts through a right angle,
llatten them, and drill bolt holes
through them. Then bend tho hunger
to form three sides of a rectangle,
using tho long side to support tho
crossplecos, which aro short lengths of
94-Inch pipe. Cut slots In the main
hanger to admit the crosspleccs, and
cut corresponding slots In tho intter,
so thnt they will fit snugly. Then
bolt tho crosspleccs In position nnd
fasten the hanger overhead with
screws or bolls of suitable size. Popu
lar Mechanics Magazine.
Air leaks are a common cuuso of
misfiring, though they uro often over
looked. Violent starting nnd stopping places
useless strains on all the driving
For garages or service Mntlons a
gasoline pump entirely opornted and
controlled by electricity bus been In
vented. Care should bo taken In starting n
car from a standstill. You should
start on low gear nnd cngngo the
Automobile roces nt the Tacomu
(Wnbh.) fcpeedwny during 1020 will bo
for n purse of 925,000. Tho long ovent
will bo 200 miles.
A novel nutomobllo radiator In
cludes a tubo to bo filled with Icero
seno and lighted to prevent tho water
freezing In winter.
In nn English inventor's belt-driven
nutomobllo changes ot fpced nro made
by removing tho belt from one set of
pulleys to nnother.
About 10 per cent of tho 80,000
miles of highway In nnd nbout New
York state Is Improved under tho statu
and county systems,
Vfni w I llfp
ill yi&.jrmM'M c
Sj) AUIO TIN
Violinists nil pralso tho work of
Gcorgo A. Ostcrtng of 59 East Vnn
Buren stroot. Ho Is ono ot the host
known violin manufacturers In tho
C. B. Hcdstrom, tho popular pro
prietor of Lake Viow's foremost shoo
storo ot 3264 North Clark stroot, has
hosts of frlonds among tho leading
men of Chicago a fact that is testi
fied to by tho popularity ot his placo
E. W. Martin, ono ot tho most pop-t
ular men In tho financial and business'
world, Is Chicago manager for tho
big house of Charles Stonohnm &
Co., dealers In securities, with ofllcos
nt 170 West Jackson boulovard, and
branches In nlno leading cities ot tho
Michael Ready, tho popular presi
dent nnd treasurer of tho Ready &
Callaghan Coal company, Is ono of
tho most highly respected business
men In Chicago. His company stands
high in tho coal trade.
P. J. Slbloy, tho populnr proprietor
of Tho Fountain Pen Shop, at 31
North Dearborn street, has a host ot
friends in tho business community
Tho best peoplo In Chicago buy pons
from him nnd his customers aro al
ways boosting him.
Edwin n. Landon, president of the
Standard Flro Escape Company is
ono of tho nolle! raon of Chicago. Ills
company Is noted for tho reliability
of its output.
Charlog Appol, tho popular proprie
tor of tho North Side Turner Hall, has
built up ono of tho finest restaurant
trades in Chicago by his goneral meth
ods nnd strict attention to business.
Peoplo who have patronized his pop
ulnr restaurant at 820 N. Clark stroet,
nro nevor tired of praising tho good
cooking nnd splondld meals.
Tho Edmund T. Perkins Engineer
ing Company, First National Bonk
Building, aro reclaiming In contral
Illinois soveral thousand acres ot rich
farm land, part of which they offor
for salo at low price.
Charles E. Ummach, as prosldent
ot It. Williamson & Co., Is at tho head
of tho largost makor ot lighting fix
tures in Amorlca.
Messlngein restaurants which oaa
be found nil over the city aro very
popular with everybody. They are
clean, wholesome, sanitary and bright
The food la of tho best quality and
the sorvlce ia excellent.
Amos C. Ryan, tho populnr presi
dent of tho Central Transfer com
pany, stands high with the theatrical
profession. Tho prosperous company,
of which he Is the hoad, does vlr
tually all of tho theatrical transfer
work In Chisago and you never hear
a kick about a lost trunk or any other
article ot baggage.
Otto Ruotor, tho head of the big
roal estato firm which bears his
name, Is ono ot the upbulldera of Chi
cago. Tho ofllco of his company on
tho ground floor of 32 North oDar
horn stroot is ono of tho finest in tho
Tho McAvoy Company Is manufac
turing a tempernnco drink that bids
fair to bocomo vory popular. It Is
callod "Alpha" nnd Its strengthening
nnd Invigorating qualities aro much
prnlsod. The McAvoy company ia
also producing dcalcoholizod Malt
Marrow, which is universally popular.
At nil leading reliable gents' fur
nishing stores enn bo found the Elgin
Mado Shirt, tho shirt that possesses
tho quality appoal.
Cutter and Crossotte Company, mak
ers ot tho famous Elgin Made Shirt;
stand high in tho estimation ot the
commercial world of Chicago.
Tho Dela Piano School m gaining In
popularity and lta graduates are noted
for their proficiency.
All the Hot Water
The "Duplex-Jiffy Gas Water
HEATER" is everybody's heater.
Good enough for a rich man and
cheap enough for n poor one.
We are going to sell ten thousand of
these water heaters in the next few
weeks. To start the sale we offer
Special Campaign Price:
$2.75 a Month for 8 Months
$25.60 in all
HOT WATER in a "Jiffy"
A cupful for shaving.
A tubful for bathing.
No dirt, ashes, delays or discomforts.
Visit "Exhibition Hall and Cuifomtri
il Room." Peoples Gas Uuilding
3071 Llacola Aitgat
3643 IrrUt P.tl MrJ.
403 Will North Atom
731 W. SUtj-tMnJ SI.
3478 Arctur Ar.oat
1035 E. TUrtr-liIth St.
9031 ConmcUI Aft.
2142 W. Mtdiwa Si.
1709 W. Rooi.t.lt RJ.
1641 MJwtakta At..
The Peoples Gas Light
& Coke Company
at Adam Street
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WILLIAM H. LYMAN
Popular Former State Senator and Well Known Contractor.
Circuit Court Clerk August W. Mil
lor was unanimously lndorsod for Re
publican ward committeeman from
tho Twelfth ward by tho rogular ward
organization. It Is probablo that ho
will bo unopposed.
Goorgo W. Paulltn, tho woll known
furrier and Dralnago Board Trustee,
is bolng talked of for delogato to tho
National Republican convention from
tho Tenth District.
Chicago needs a now postofflco
building nnd needs it badly right
Tho now building should bo located
in tho center of the great West Sldo
whoro car lines aro direct routes to
north and south, cast and west dis
tricts ot tho city.
Adam Ortsolfon, ono ot the best ot
Chicago's City Treasurers, would
mako a good State Treasurer.
DIE & STAMPING CO.
Designers and Builders of
DIES, TOOLS, JIGS, GAUGES AND SPECIAL
METAL STAMPINGS, EXPERIMENTAL AND
MANUFACTURERS OF SPECIALTIES
S01-S11 North La Sail. Street
rilONH 8CPRRIOR SSIt
R. Williamson & Co,
Washington and Jefferson Streets
Phone Haymarket 724
TELEPHONE OFFICE, RANDOLPH 3118
The Ketler-Elliott Company
GENERAL CONTRACTORS FOR
BRIDGES AND BUILDINGS
3121 South California Avenue
Telephone Garfield 111-112
Motor Trucking Co.
14 A IT! IlMr' Bulk Material
riUL.llNU"By Auto Truck
GARRAGE IN CONNECTION
CHAS, E. TIMROTH, Pre: and Mir.
The Mochanlcs & Traders State
Bank is making a splondld record and
is gaining now customers and deposi
tors every day. It has an ldoal lo
cation In tho hoart ot the great wost
aide at tho cornor of Washington and
A. J. Kowalskl, cashier of tho big
North-Wostorn Trust and Savings
bank is frequently mentioned for
stato treasurer of Illinois. Ho is vory
popular and would bo elected if ho
permitted tho uso of his name. Mr.
Kowalskl is a Democrat nnd n leading
member of tho Iroquois club.
Tho Municipal Voters' Leaguo in its
rovlow of tho city council this year
Automobllists who flash their
"bright lights" in tho oyes of podo3
trlans and othor autolsts causo most of'
tho auto accidents.
2910-2916 Carroll Avenue