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vHE OHIOAOQ AGLE:
COUNTY AND SANITARY DISTRICT
HEADS AND JUDGES OF THE APPELATE,
CIRCUIT AND SUPERIOR COURTS
ard of CeurHy Cnuleera
Veter Uetaberg. President.
Commissioners City District:
Charles N. Qoodrow.
Kobcrt V. McKlnlojr.
frank J. Wilson.
Joseph M. Fitzgerald.
Dndloy D. Plerson.
Qeoree A. Miller.
William H. MoLean.
Cemralttoo Clerk Potar
Boom S37, Court House.
Address all commissioners Room
HI, County Building.
Heury A. Render, HprtBUat
f Publle Servloe.
Charlw W Peters.
Harry XL Qlbbooa.
Jacob lindhalmar, AsslsUat Traaa-
Reeerder ef DeeoV
Joseph F. Haas.
Registrar ef Titles (Torrens Sys
tem) Joseph r. Haas.
r. R. itelnnrt. Chief Clerk.
R. HO, 1st floor, Coanty Bmlldlag
Robart M. Bwaltser.
Jkn H. Mack, Chief Deputy.
John P. Keerers, Chlel TBookkeepet .
J. ft, Mayer, Chief Cashier.
Ideals 0. Lamer, Chief Marriaga
fames O. Woleott. Chief Tax IU-
M. J. Browne. Chief Map Depart-
- . .,
Daniel Harllhy, Chief eetloa De
partment. R. HI, Ind floor, County BaUala.
Martin J. O'Brien. Chief of Tax
frank U Pasdaloup, Head Clerk.
B. tl7, lad floor, County Bnlldlni.
Caemty Oomtroller anal Clerk BeN
Bhart M. SwelUer.
WUllam J. Qrahafls, Deputy Coa-
M. J. O'Connor, Chief Clark.
R. Ill, Itk floor, County Building.
Clark of tha County Ceurs
Robert V.. flweltsar.
CFeorge L. MoConnall, Chief Clark.
J. O. H. Mayer, Chief Insanity D.
R. 100, Itk floor, County Building.
Win. H. Bhemaan, III South Peecla
Ceek Ceunty Hoeeltal
Cor. of Harrison and Woo flaa,
MMhaal ttramer. Warden.
Oak Forest Institution
Henry U Batlay, Bapartntesideeit.
Mall P. O. Oak forest, 111.
Ptfkllc Welfare ureai
Amelia Beam, Wreotor.
r. 711. 7th floor, County BaUdlng.
Peter M. Hoffman.
Darld B, Jonaa, first AaaUtant.
B, let, Its floor, Oewty BuHdlng.
Clark ef the Circuit Court
August W. Millar.
Louts Hatt, Chief Deputy.
etto Beesarer, Cklaf Clark.
R. 411, ta floor, County Bullalag
tor of Juvenile Coair
August W. Miller.
Bdward R. Arkemaw, Chief Olartc.
R. 1107, lath floor, County Bail
tag. tefk eT the Superior Ceure
Laonard A. Brundage, Chief Deputy.
James French. Chief Clerk.
R. 417, 4 th floor, County Bunding.
Clark ef th Criminal Ceura
WUllam It Parker.
Robert R. Lory. Chief Clerk.
Criminal Court Building, oar.
Michigan fit. and Dearhora Are.
Clark ef Probate Court
John F. DoYlne.
R. fit, Ith floor. County Building.
CUrk of the Appellate Court
Jamas 8. Melnerny.
John B. Connerty, Chief Daouty.
R. 14M, Michigan BWd. Building.
Members of Board ef Review
Patrick A. Nash.
Bdward R. Utalnger,
Keshan D. Orinn. Chief Clark.
Wltyam P Feanay, AasUtant Chief
R. 7, Id ttoor, County Building.
Unrtf ef Board of Aaaoaaoro
Michael K. 6horldan,
Oaerge K. Schmidt,
. H. Weber,
H. Ill, ird floor, County BaUdlnjt.
Oaefc Caunty Civil Barvleo orwnla-
PUrry A. Lipsky, Chairman.
Jabum M. Waelea, SoeraUry.
Kalr-h n. Paok.
WliUaiA 7 FOhrln. Omoe 8ra-
R. M7, Ith floor, Cauaty Building.
County Ruporinteridsnt of SUiiela -JBdward
IV Ml, eth boot, County Hetlaiag.
M. V. Builtvan, First Assistant.
attaateal Court Builalac
Oaaa. Casa, Jr. In charge of Cook
Gpwatr Law !rpartneat.
jk. 6M. tAoT, Oesaar Biia.
IttUol Swpromo Court
Xatdge Orrin K. Cartar.
ft. tUt, lHk floor, County Bnlld-
Mtnhlgan Btrd. tt-atldtag.
ui i?. Mfwcrtr,
Albert H. Darnea.
K. 1400, Michigan Bird. Building.
Thongs Taylor, Jr.,
Clarence N. Goodwin.
R. 1400, UlchlKan BWd. Building.
Judge of Probsts Court
Judge of County Court
Jntnos T. Burns.
Judge of Juvenile Court
Merrltt W. Plnckney.
Judges of Superior Court
Albert C. Barnes,
Wm. Fon'.more Cooper,
William B. Derer,
Joseph H. Fitch,
Charlos M. Foell,
Jacob 11. Hopkins.
Martin M. (Irldtey,
Marcus A. KftTanagk
Charles A. McDonald.
M. Ia MeKlnlsy,
William H. McSnrely,
John M. O'Connor. '
Dents E. Bulllran.
John J. Sullivan.
Joseph E. David.
10th floor, County BulteMng.
Judges of the Circuit Court
Victor P. Arnold,
Robert R. Crowe,
George F. Barrett,
David M. Brothera.
Frank Johnston, Jr.
David F. Matchett,
John P. McGoorty,
Merrill W. Plnckney,
Frederick A. Smith.
Thomas Taylor, Jr.
Charles M. Thomson.
Oscar M. Torrison,
Richard B. Tuthlll.
Charles M. Walker,
Thomas O. Wlndee.
Joseph H. Barnett,
Chas. W. Belnwarth,
Chas. U Caswell, Chief Clerk.
R. 814, Ith floor, County Building.
Chicago Law Institute and Library
10th floor, County Bulldlag.
William Holden, Librarian.
County 8upt of Highway
George A. Qnlnlan.
R. in, Ird floor, County Bulldlag.
President of Sanitary Dletrio
Chas. H. Sergei.
Truetee of Sanitary Dlesrtoa
William J. Hoaly.
Patrick J. Carr,
Wallaoe O. Clark.
Harry H. Llttlor.
Cfaaa. n. Sergei,
Oeorge W. Paullta.
W. O. Nance.
Jamos H. Lawley.
M. A. Mueller,
!M S. Michigan Ave. (etarpee,
Building). Telephon Wkbaofe
Cook County Building
Oocuples blook, Randolph, Wash
ington, Clark and La Valla Ste.
John Csekala, Custodian.
Criminal Court Building
Cor. Michigan and Dearborn Ave.
Jacob Pomeranta, Custodian.
Cook County Jail
Criminal Court Building, Dearborn
Ave., between Mloalgaa and
William T. Davles, Jailer.
R. 416, 4th floor, County Building.
Brio M. Hall.
Ill N. Clark Bt
S. P. Messtngor has done much for
Chicago in furnishing tho people with
a One lot of first-class rostaurants.
John T. Murray; Tbe wan known and
popular lawyer, would make a good
John Powers nas always served thl
people woll as alderman from thl
Charles E. Ummacb, president of
the well known R. Williamson Com
pany, Is ono of Chicago'a progressive
citizens who Is always working hard
for the upbuilding of tho city, and
the advancement of its interests. He
stands high with everybody who
Dixon C. Williams, one of tho finest
orators in the Democratic party is
trowing in popularity. He v.culd
oiaUo an idoal member of congress if
he would consent to run for the office.
Jatni3 Agar of tho well known John
Agar Packing Company would make
a splendid statu treasurer of Illinois,
lie Is a business roan of high char
acter and n political leador of force
Clyne Is making
Kmmett Whoalan is making a splen
did record as a member of the County
Board of Commissioners. He is a
veteran Chicago printer who stands
high with everybody In tho trade and
as a public official is winning friends
The iaadrng uemeara or every sa
tiety and club In Chicago read The
AUTOMOBILE IS HOISTED INTO COUNTY
COURT AS EXHIBIT AT MURDER TRIAL
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For the first time on record uti automobile Iiiih been moved Into n court
room as fvi(l"nce. This unusual event took place recently In the Bronx coun
ty supreme court, Now York city, where Ernest Frits wns on trlnl charged
with the murder of Mrs. Florence Coyne. Mrs. Coyne wns riding in tho au
tomobile nt the time of lior death. The machine had to be hoisted Into a win
clow In tho courthouse.
IS QUITE EASY
Little Knowledge of Component
Parts Will Bring It Back
IGNORANCE CAUSES TROUBLE
Gasoline Mixed With Air, Compression
and Ignition Are Three Essentials
In Starting Lubrication Is
Since tho test of success long has
been not Mint n fellow could start
something, but that ho could finish It,
It well may be said that one Is not un
uccnmpllRhcil motorcar driver until ho
can get uncle on his own power, re
mirtllcss of wluit conditions he Is up
ncnlnst. Anyone can be towed back
If he lias tho price. There Is little
fear of this for the driver of nn up-to-date
car once lie has learned tho
simple things of operation. It is Ig
norance which lends to trouble out
side of the movies.
It takes three things to stnrt n car,
gnKollne mixed with nlr, compression
nml Ignition, mid thee must be con
tinuous If the car Is to keep running.
In addition there must bo u system of
lubrication, u system of cooling and
u freo exhaust. Now, this looks lllte
n formidable list of things to muster;
roallv It can be done even by n child.
To begin with the first on tho list,
'J for instance, It may lie taken for
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I mnii lmt tlw. iirliitt-ntnr Is ndlllsted
properly and will stay ho until human
lingers alter It; therefore tho only
trouble In the gasoline supply would
bo it failure to keep n supply In tho
tank or the stoppage of the pipe Hue
by dirt, the remedy being obvious.
To Determine Compression.
Compression may lie determined by
cranking over the engine by hand and
noticing the resistance of each cylin
der in turn. I.neU of compression may
como from lenUy valves which need
grinding In, lark of lubrication In the
cylinder, since oil forms a seal be
tween piston and cylinder walls; that
the piston rings were gummed and not
functioning, oi that there was u leuk
at plugs, petencks, or if tho cylinder
head bo removable In its gasket. But
an engine will run with pretty poor
Ignition Is much moto likely to bo
nt fault than the other things men-
t tloned. The modern car with starting
system Is ipm a complex thing bo
far as Its electric plant Is concerned,
for there Is the starting motor and
the generator, the storage battery,
timing (levlci- ,Mislbly a magnoto,
and an intrkun system of wiring,
with cutout nml icgulntor, ammeter,
lights, horn mid maybe other devices
to glvo trouble tinning broken wires,
loose terminal and dirty contact
points the tnmiii.w should bo few. The
car instruction innk gives a chart of
Lubrication Is Important.
Lubrication ' perhaps the most im
portant f entuic nf operation of tho
motor. WltlKHii It the motor would
be ruined In u w minutes. Lubrica
tion means tin placing of a lllm of
oil or grease ln-iweeu two moving
parts to mlii"' tilctlon, anil In tho
cylinder it hu the added olllco of
sealing for ci'iiipriiedim noted above.
The lubrication sjstem may bo force
feed, splash oi irculatlng splash. Tiiu
latter Is the oih- most used. The oil
Is carried In tin- bottom of the crank
case, called tin sump, at u level de
termined by the manufacturer. It is
pumped up to a dial on the dash
board where yon may nhservo Us How,
and runs from tlicro by gravity to tho
oil troughs in the crunk case, and
possibly to some other mcchiinlsm.
Narrow projections on tho connecting
roils dip into the oil In tho troughs
and splash It over the Interior, ltaplil
motion of the parts produces n sort
of oil fog in the crunk case, which
deposits u film of oil upon parts whore
the splash docs not reach, lubrlcutlug
all moving parts sulllclently.
DISABLED CAR TOWED
Improper Fastening of Lines
Cause of Much Harm.
Best Plan to Attach Rope to Both
Ends of Frame, as Shown In Illus
trationStart Ahesd Slowly,
The automobile thnt makes a busi
ness of towing disabled cars, ns a
rule, does not last long. Generally the
main cause of Its rapid destruction
lies In Improper fastening of tho tow
lines. Tho car being towed does not re
ceive Injury if tho tow-rope Is fastened
to any pnrt of mifllclent strength to
withstand the pulling strain. Still, it
Is better to nttnch the tow-ropo to
both ends of the frame, ns In Fig. 1.
Tho nearer the fastening Is mndo to
the traction points of the towing car,
the less strain tho towlng-car will
have to undergo.
When the rope is attached to tho
differential housing, as In No. 3, tho
tendency is to spring tho rear nxle.
When n connection Is made, ns in No,
At some time or other your car must
be towed home. Here's the way to
do it without Injuring tho car.
i, tho cntlro drag comes nt one end of
the rear nxle, tending to pull tho nxio
out of line. Of tho two methods No. 4
is preferable if the tie shown in No. 2
cannot be made. Do not fasten the
tow-ropo to the frnmo of tho enr that
is to do the towing.
When Btnrtlng tho enr, move ahead
slowly to toko up the slack In tho tow
ropo without jerking. When under
way the driver of tho towed car
should keep the ropo taut by using
the brake If nece.ssnry. Ronald L.
1'rlndle, in Popular Scienco Monthly.
Study your lubrlciitldn chart and
follow it carefully.
When installing tiro chains It Is
not advisable to havo them too tight.
If your instruction book is lost, make
n speclnl study of each part of your
In filling tho radiator of tho car al
low enough water to pass In to bring
tlio level over tho end of tho vent
Wet rubber cuts more readily than
when dry, and during muddy, puddly
season tires should bo watched with
In cars fitted with n piston typo oil
pump, failure to forco tho oil In its
proper channels may bo remedied by
pi lining the pump.
Tho uverago motorist can test tho
connecting-rod bearings of his engine
by tapping the bearing caps lightly
with a hammer to sco If.thero is any
All tops hold their slinpo better If
kept up. When lowered, however, tho
fabric should bo folded in carefully,
uwny from tho bows, to provent
Two blocks of hard wood nbout six
Inches squaro, held together with two
small bolts with wing nuts, mnko n
useful clamp to compress n dough
patch In an Inner tube.
nfti fftt nds ns
Violinists all pralso the work of
Gcorgo A. Oatortnc of 59 East Van
Burcn street. Ho la ono of the best
known violin manufacturers in the
C. B. Hedstrom, tho popular pro
prlotor of Lake View's foremost shoe
store at 3261 North Clark street, baa
hosts of friends among the leading
men of Chicago a fact that is tostl
fled to by the popularity of his place
E. W. Martin, ono of tho most pop
ular men in tho financial and business
world, is Chicago manager for the
big houso of Charles Stoneham &
Co., dealers in securities, with offices
.'at 173 West Jnckson boulevard, and
I branches in nine leading cities of tho
Mlohnel Ready, tho popular presi
dent and treasurer of tho Rondy &
Callaghan Coal company, is ono of
tho most highly rospected business
men in Chicago. His company stands
high in the coal trado.
P. J. Sibley, tho popular proprietor
of The Fountain Pen Shop, nt 31
North Dearborn street, has a boat of
frionds in tho business community
Tho best peoplo in Chicago buy pens
from him and his customers are al
ways boosting him.
Edwin R. Landon, prosldent of the
Standard Firo Escapo Company is
one of tho solid men of Chicago. His
company is noted for tho reliability
of its output.
Charles Appcl, tho popular proprie
tor of tho North Sido Tumor Hall, has
built up one of tho finest rostaurant
trades In Chicago by his general moth
ods and strict attention to business.
Peoplo who havo patronizod his pop
ular rostaurant at 820 N, Clark street,
nro never tired of praising tho good
cooking and splendid meals.
Tho Edmund T. Perkins Engineer
ing Company, First National Bank
Building, aro reclaiming In central
Illinois several thousand ncroa of rich
farm land, part of which they offer
for salo at low price.
Charles E. Ummacb, as presldont
of R. Williamson & Co., is nt tho head
of tho largost maker of lighting fix
tures in America.
Mosslngers restaurants which can
bo found all over tho city aro Tory
popular with everybody. Thoy are
clean, wholosome, sanitary and bright.
Tho food is of tho best quality and
tho service is excollont.
Amos C. Ryan, tho popular presi
dent of tho Central Transfer com
pany, stands high with tho theatrical
profession. Tho prosperous company,
of which ho is tho hoad, does vir
tually all of the theatrical transfer
work in Chicago and you never hear
a kick about n lost trunk or any other
article of baggage.
Otto Ruotor, tho head of the big
real cstato firm which bears his
name, is ono of tho upbullders of Chi
cago. The ofllco of his company on
the ground floor of 32 North oDar
horn street is ono of tho finest in tho
The McAvoy Company is manufac
turing a tcraporanco drink that bids
fair to becomo vory popular. It Is
called "Alpha" and its strengthening
and invigorating qualitios aro much
praised. Tho McAvoy company Is
also producing doalcoholizod Malt
Marrow, which is univorsaliy popular.
At all loading roliable gents' fur
nishing stores can be found tho Elgin
Made Shirt, tho shirt that possesses
tho quality appeal.
Cutter and Crossotto Company, mak
ers of tho famous Elgin Mado Bhlrt
stand high in tho estimation of the
commercial world of Chicago.
The Dels Piano School to gaining In
popularity and Its graduates aro noted
for their proficiency.
A new bulletin of Information of
the Oscar Dots School of Artlstlo
Piano Playing Is just off tho press.
Write for same, 218 South Wabash
The Joseph Trlnor Company has
dono much for tho health of tho peo
ple. Its products aro pralood by all
who havo used Utem.
Tho famous Terraco Carton Is
now ono of Chicago's distinct features.
A trip to tho Morrison Hotel whore
tho beautiful restaurant is located al
ways moans a return visit.
C. II. Dartholomao has boon In busi
ness for 35 years as a tuner and re
pairor of all kinds of pianos and overy
ono praises his work. Ho is noted for
his ability as a repairer of talking ma
chinos. His placo of business is at
69 East Van Buron street.
Avory Brundago, the well known
contractor, has done and Is doing
much to mako tbe city beautiful. The
work done by the big company he
heads is always reliable.
Among American music educators
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Dels are In the
very front rank. On principles of
psychology and modern pedagogy they
conduct the work of their school when
Piano playing as an art Is taught exclusively.
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In many lines of business that arc
operated on narrow margins small
individual sales and a small profit
on each sale where it is absolutely
essential that tho overhead be kept
down to a rock-bottom minimum,
there you will find International
Motor Trucks safeguarding and
increasing the profit margin by ren
dering efficient, low-cost hauling
service. That is why International
Motor Trucks are so popular in all
lines of business where hauling is an
There is a style and size for every
need f-ton to 3-ton capacities.
INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER COMPANY
.. or AMERICA
CHICAGO ,...,....., USA
1814-16 . Miohtgan Boulevard Phone Oalumet 7288
E. A. WANGERSHEIM, President
Telephone Randolph 5766
28 West Lake Street
DIE & STAMPING CO.
Designers and Builders of
DIES, TOOLS, JIGS, GAUGES AND SPECIAL
METAL STAMPINGS, EXPERIMENTAL AND
MANUFACTURERS OF SPECIALTIES
5S1-5U North La Salle Street CHICAGO
moNK Hcr-KiuoR sail
R. Williamson & Co.
Washington and Jefferson Street
Phone Haymarket 724
TELEPHONE OFFICE, RANDOLPH 3116
The Ketler-Elliott Company
GENERAL CONTRACTORS FOR
BRIDGES AND BUILDINGS
3121 South California Avenue
Telephone Garfield 111-112
Motor Trucking Co.
O A I TI ITIa Bulk Material
HAUL.1INU--By Auto Truck
GARRAGE IN CONNECTION
CHAS. E. TIMROTH, Prt: and Mgr.
2910-2916 Carroll Avenue