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VHE CHICAGO AGLE, .
COL MY AND SANITARY DISTRICT
HEADS AND JUDGES OF THE APPELATE,
CIRCUIT AND SUPERIOR COURTS
rd of Ceuirty Cemwlliere
Veter Relnbert, rrealdent.
Commissioner City Dlatriot:
Charlea N. Qoodrow.
Robert W. McKlnley.
Frank J. Wttaon.
Kmmott Wboalen. i
Joooph M. KlUgerald.
Albert Nowak. !
Dudloy D. Pteraon.
George A. Miller.
William H. MoLeaa.
Oammlttoe Clerk Pater J. ",
Room 637, Court Ilouae.
Addresa all comnilsiloawa Room
W7, County Bnlldlng.
Henrr A. fender. iaserlateaseat
Ot PubllO gTlO.
Charles W. Patera.
Harry U. Olbbooa.
Jacob Llndhelmer, AssUUat Trees
neeardor of DeeoV-
Joeeph r. Haas.
rUoUtrar ef Tltlea (Torrena By
tarn) Joseph r. Haaa.
r. II. fltelnert. Chief Clark.
FL lit, lat Ioor, County Halldlai
Robert M. Swaltssr.
John H. Mack, Chief Depvtr.
John P. Keevera, Chlaf Bookkeeper,
j. a. Mayar. Chief Caahtar.
Leola C. Lagner, Chlaf Uarrlage
luui o. Woleott, ChlaC Tax 1U-
M. J. Browae. Chlaf Map Deart
Daniel Harllhy, Chlaf aoUm De
R. tit, Jn floor, County BHdlag.
Martin J. O'Brien, Chlaf of Tax
Frank U Paadaloup, Head Clerk.
R. JIT, tnd ioor, Coonty Building.
Xeunty Comptroller an Clark eera'
Robert M. wetteer.
TVUllam J. Craham, Deaatr Oom-
M. J. O'Connor, Chlaf Clark.
R. Ill, Ith toor, Connty Banding.
Clark of the County Ceura
Robert K. iwellier.
aorta U McConnall, Chlal Olart.
S. G. H. Mayar, Chlaf Insanity
R, 00, Ith Roar, Oomnty Balldlag.
Wn. H. Rhamamn, 111 tenth Paarta
CK County Meealtal
Cor. of Harrlaon aa Wood Baa,
Chics a, Itt.
Mehaal Zlramar, Warlea.
Oe Foraat Inatlkutlon
Hanry I- Bauer. SapeHateadeat
Mail P. O. Oak Foraat, DL
Ptifcllo Walfara Bureau
Amelia Bears, Director.
R. 711, Tth oer, Conaty Balldlag.
rater M. Hoffman.
Darld R. Jonee, flrat Aaaletaat
R. BOO. Ith toor, Oeanty Balldlag.
Clark ef the Circuit Ceurt
Augoet W. Millar.
Loaia Hntt. Chlaf Depntjr.
Otto Beeeerer. Chlaf Clark.
ft. 411, ith ioor, County Betiding,
eferfc af Juvenile Court
Augaat W. Millar.
Rdward R. Arkamaw, Chla Clark.
R. 1007, 10th oor, Ooaaty Baud
hag. Mark af the Superior Ceurt
Leonard A. Brundage, Chief Deputy.
Jaxneo rranch. Chief Clark.
R, 417, 4th ioor, Oomnty BmUdtag.
lark ef tha Criminal Ceurt
WUllam IL Parker.
Robert R. LaTy. Chlaf Clark.
Criminal Court Building, ear.
Michigan Bt and Demrbora Ara.
.CUrk ef Probata Ceurt
John P Derlnft.
R. IU, Ith ioor. County Building.
Ctark of the Appellate Court
Jumaa B. Melnerny.
John H. Connarty, Chief Deputy.
R. 14M, Mtohlgau Bird. Bulldlug.
Member ef Board af Ravi
Patrick A. Waah.
Edward R. Utstagor,
Uphan D. Griffin, Chlaf Clark.
WTJVm P. reacey, AsslaUnt Chief
R, ttT, td floor, Connty Bnlldlng.
MemWrO ef Beard ef Asasaasra
Mkahaal K. gherldan,
Oaorg K. Bohmldt,
W. IL Weber.
R, IIS, Ird floor, Coanty Rnjldlnj.
Cak County Civil tarvloai Cemmls-
Harry A- Upsky, Chairman.
Xmee M. Whaian, Baeratarr.
SUlph H. Pwck.
Wimam F. FtJehrtar-. OMm u-
r, M7, lh floor, Cnty Rmlldlng.
fcMtty Superintendent ef oeieeta
Bdward J. Tablm.
p. IM, tth Btoer, Oat7 nUdfeMt
M. F. alMTan. Flrat AaatatMat.
cmmm. M- la sauis t Ooak
teas la Biapreiwe Ceure
jMdg Orstn N. Carter.
R. pnt, lth floor, Cewtty Batld-
Raw it L
WBMiiii K. Mcsferaly,
BflBjkem 1. DW.
ft. IMC. MReMgtn
fftjsjftM A. rJBMe.
Albert H. Darnea.
R. 1400, Michigan Bird. Building.
ThoIns Taylor, Jr.,
Clarenco N. Goodwin.
R. 1400, Mlchtitan BWd. Building.
Judge of Probate Court
Judge of County Court ,
Jnmos T. Durns. 'TV
Judge of Juvenile Court
Merrltt W. Plnckney.
Judgea of Superior Court
Albert C. Barnes,
Wm. realmora Cooper,
William E. Dorer,
Joseph H. Fitch,
Charlee M. Foell, rfc'
Jacob H. Hopkins. ' ''
Martin M. drldloy,
Marcus A. Karanagh.
Charles A. McDonald.
M. Ll MsKlnley,
William H. MoSurely,
John M. O'Connor, J
Hugo Pan. "
Donls B. Bulllran.
John J. Bullltan.
Joseph B. David. ""'""'
Oscar Hebel. " '
10th floor, Connty Bwlldtu
Judgea of the Circuit Ceurt
Victor P. Arnold,
Robert B. Crowe, j
George F. Barrett, ' v"
DaWd M. Brothers, .."..'...
Jesse Holdom, '"' ""
Frank Johnston, Jr. .-r
Qeorge Kersten, ..-,-
David F. Matohott,
John P. McOoorty,
Merritt W. Plnckney. ','""
Klckham Scanlan. ' T "
Frederick A. Smith. "' ""
Thomas Taylor, Jr., -' ' "
Charles M. Thomson,
Oscar M. Torrieon, "v
Richard B. TuthTlL
Charles M. Walker,
Thomas Q. Wlndea.
Jury Commission " ' ' .
Joseph H. Burnett,
Chaa. W. Belnwertk,
Chas. U Caswell, Chief Clark.
R. 114, Ith floor, Connty Bnlldlug.
Chicago Law Institute and Library
10th floor, County Building.
.William Holden, Librarian.
County 8upL of Hlghwaya
Oeorge A. Qalnlan.
R, 126, Ird floor, Connty Building.
Preeldent of Sanitary DlatrteV-
Chaa. H. BergeL
Truetee of Sanlvry DiaMee
Will lam J. Healy.
Patrick J. Carr,
Wallace O. CUrk,
Harry R. Littler.
Chaa. H. Bargei,
Oeorge W. Paulltm.
W. O. Nance.
James H. Lawley,
M. A. Mueller,
0 8. Michigan Are. (Kanrae.
Building). Telephtae WhWu
Ceok County HUlldlno
Occupies block, Randolph, Waah
tngton, Clark and La telle Ste.
John Osokala, Cnstodlau.
Criminal Court Building
Cor. Michigan and Dearborn Are.
Jacob Pomarants, Custodian.
Cook County Jail
Criminal Court Building, Dearborn ;
Ave., between Mlohtgan and
Illinois Bt )
William T. Davlee, Jailer. t
R. 418, 4th floor, County Building.
Brio B. nail.
Ill N. Clark Bt.
Ascuer Brothers have a strins ot
movie theaters that for beauty and
comfort cannot bo beat In the world.
Wllllnm C. Amiy, the distinguished
Chicago lnwyor und formor Attorney
ior tho City and for the Sanitary Dis
trict, Is frequently mentioned for Judi
Ewlng's restaurant at 182 West
Washington street is n favorlto eating
pluco for business nnd professional
Clayton F. Smith is a popular Dem
ocratic loader, whoso friends predict
future honors for him.
Tiank P. Swcltzer Is one of tho most
popular young men in the real estato
and buslnoss world. Ho numbers his
friends by the hundreds.
JTnMni A rvnAnnaill InrmAr lMrtd.
lator and park commissioner, is one
ot the most popular memitM el tui
Samuel Kersten, popular with every
body, and loader in the plumbing and
heating trado, is often talked of for
niohard Frsncts Condon, tha popular
chairman ot the Blks Membership
Committor la confident of addtsg 1000
new members to the rolls of the organ
isation thU year.
Kmll M. Heldkamp ot Watry und
Heldkamp, Chicago's well known and
reliable optometrists and opticians,
predicts a banner year In all lines
ot business for 1920.
Francis J. Houlihan, the well known
attorney, is frequently being men
tioned by his big army ot frlonds and
admirers ior a seat on tho bench.
Mr. Houlihan Is one ot Chicago's
ablest and most successful lawyers
and would make splendid Judge.
IS LABOR SAVER
Contrivance Is Regarded as In
dispensable Where Number
of Cars Are Kept.
PRACTICAL FOR QUICK WORK
Owner Is Enabled to Reach All Crev-
Ices Around Carburetor and Wa
ter-Pump and Remove All
Grease Deposits and Dirt.
Molorlsls usually iirlilc tlicnwlveH
on keeping Hie cur imikIiic clean by
bIvIiik it n liutli In kerosene every w
often; this Is to remove tho heavy
ptense iIimisI(h Hint necuiiiiilutv on Its
exterior. To fret Inin nil the erevlces,
ht'iienlh the nnlnirotnr nnd urounil the
Where There Are a Number of Auto
mobile Engines to Clean, This Con
trivance Is Indispensable as Both a
Time and Money-Saver.
wiiler-pump Is iiImmkI ImposMlhle, for
the brush umhI In (lie operation In
much too huge to permit this.
Remove Grease and Dirt.
A gasoline or keio-ene npniy, under
nlr pressure, will quickly remove
grease nnd dirt from the engine or tho
The contrivance Hint thrown this
spray Is shown In the Illustration, be
ing nnule ut practically no cost, and
will prove Its weight In gold to the
man who lms much of thin work to do.
Can Use Foot Pump.
A tank holds the liquid, mid nu as
pirator Is used for forming the spray.
The aspirator Is nothing more Hum u
copper pipe which pushes through the
center of the dink, one end helng con
nected to the nlr pressure Hue, and
the other end helm: drnwii down Into
..miir ... UH supply
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VlROlCM. nut R CAP
As Shown by the Diagram, the Clean
er 16 Extremely Easy and Simple to
a nozzle. A small copper tube con
nects this pipe, mi that the cleaning
solution N drawn from the tiink nnd
forced Into n spray by the passing nlr,
A foot pump can he used to inject nlr
if no other piesMiie Is uvnlhihlo.
The foregoing proves Hint this
cleaner Is practlcnl lor quick work
In either the public or homo gnrngc.
It can he stowed oway when not In
use. It. L. I'rlndle, In Popular Seleuco
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The l'liiiioginph shows an automobllo put to n new use In tho city of
Apeldoom Holland. The car lms been converted Into n "locomotive" for the
purpose i.i luiiilliig one, two, or more trolleys through tho city's avenues.
Tho trolus were previously horsedrawn, nnd ninny of tho townsfolk pre
ferred walking to riding. Today the trams nro well filled during business
VIBRATION IS QUITE INJURIOUS
Small Iron Bracket Should Be
stalled to Prevent Flange
In flttliif a new enrburetor bo sure
that there is no looseness to cnuse vi
bration, hi" Huso If there Is n broken
llnngo hu the Inevitable, remilt. If
vibration Is present u small Iron brack
et should lx. Installed from u nut o
the engine tnime to the Instrument
steady It, nh taking Ihe strain oil' Hi
SOME AUTOMOBILE DON'T8.
Don't drive fast around turns
or over rough rontls.
Don't npply brakes suddenly,
except In cases of emergency.
Don't attempt to shift Into re
verse genr when going ahead.
Don't nllow joiirclutch to en
Don't drive on crowded thor
oughfares until you thoroughly
muster the operation and driving
of your car.
Don't attempt to start motor
with any of the transmission
gears In mesh. Have gear shift
lever In neutral.
Don't leave your Ignition
switch "on" when motor Is not
Don't tnmpi'i' with your car
buretor unless you know It Is out
of adjustment, and not even
then unless you know Just what
you nro doing.
AVOID GRITTY SUBSTANCES
Duet Reflectors With Feather Duster
or Soft Cotton Cloth Wipe With
To guard ngnlnot gritty substances
dust the reflectors carefully with n
smnll feather duster or with soft cot
ton. Wet n piece of absorbent cotton
wllh grain alcohol, If such can bo pro
cured, anil wipe the reflector from tho
bulb socket outwiml and dry with n
clean piece of dry cotton.
IN DESCENDING STEEP, HILLS
If Brakes Are Applied So Hard That
Wheels Cannot Turn Machine Is
Very Apt to Skid.
In descending long, steep hills, If
Hie brakes are applied so that tho
wheels cannot turn the car Is apt to
skid In n most precarious mnnncr.
Under such conditions tire chains with
cross chains on every link nnd n
transmission brake form the best
method of descent.
If oil Is running out nt tho ends of
the rear axle onto your brake nanus
the chances nro Hint tho oil level Is
Tho car owner should not forget
that ordinary vnsellno Is perhaps tho
best medium nviillablo for coaling bnt
tcry terminals and connectors.
nrivn imini! the lower cenrs. Shift
ing of Hie gears readily shows n good
driver nnd ut tho sanio ume oueu
provents stalling the engine In a dan-
iirni-iMi nvwheel teeth can be re
placed by dillllng nnd tupping a liolo
uliei-n the tooth has lieen lost nun
Hci-ewlnt? Into this opening n short
steel pig. as luiril as can he Hied.
A cnuse of engine noise sometimes
not suspected Is tho slapping of worn
pistons, which, or course, Is likely lo
occur only when the engine lms been
run u long time and the cylinders nro
Any typo of tire will be Injured by
abuse. Riding on n soft or lint tire,
dented nnd Irregular rims, excessive
londs, tire tillers nnd stlrt relluers nro
tho common causes for cutting nnd
breaking nboo the bends.
HAUL TROLLEY CARS
; A car should always be stnrted In
ilow gear. Open tho throttle n little
nnd pick up to live or six miles an
A good giense, mixed In the right
proportion with selected flake graph
ite, forms the best lubricant for bear
ings. Many car owners nro finding Hint
oil cups may he substituted for thu
grease cups conunmily used In mnuy
locations in the chassis, with emi
nently Mlllsfnrinry lesillts.
Violinists all prnlso the work of
Georgo A. Oatortng of 69 East Van
Buren strcot. . Ho is ono of tho best
known violin manufacturers In the
C. B. Hedstrom, the popular pro
prietor of Lako View's foremost shoe
storo at 3264 North Clark street, has
hosts ot friends among tho leading
men ot Chicago a fact that is testi
fied to by the popularity of his place
E. W. Martin, one of the most pop
ular men in the financial and business
world, Is Chicago manager for the
big house of Charles Stonoham &
Co., dealers in securities, with offices
at 178 West Jackson boulevard, and
branches in nine leading cities of tho
Michael Ready, tho popular presi
dent and 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 trado.
P. J. Sibley, tho nomilar nronrietor
of The Fountain Pen Shop, at 31
North Dearborn strcot, has a host of
friends in tho business community
Tho best peoplo in Chicago buy pens
from him and his customers are al
ways boosting him.
Edwin R. Lnndon, president ot the
Standard Plro Escapo Company is
one of tho solid men of Chicago. His
company is noted for the reliability
of its output.
Charles Appcl, the popular proprie
tor ot tho North Side Tumor Hall, has
built up ono of the finest restaurant
trades in Chicago by his general meth
ods and strict attention to business.
Peoplo who havo patronlzod his pop
ular restaurant at 820 N. Clark street,
are novor tired ot praising tho good
cooking and splendid meals.
Tho Edmund T. Perkins Engineer
ing Company, First National Bank
Building, are reclaiming in central
Illinois several thousand acres ot rich
farm land, part of which they offor
for salo at low price.
Cnarles E. Ummach, as president
of R. Williamson & Co., is at the head
of tho largest maker ot lighting fix
tures In America.
Mosslngers restaurants which can
be found all over the city are very
popular with everybody. They are
clean, wholesome, sanitary and bright
The food Is of the best quality and
tha service is excellent.
Amos C. Ryan, tho popular presi
dent ot tho Central Transfer com
pany, stands high with the thoatrfcal
profession. Tho prosperous company,
of which he is the head, does vir
tually all of tho theatrical transfer
work in Chicago and you never hear
a kick about a lost trunk or any other
article ot baggage.
Otto lluoter, tho head ot the big
real estate firm which bears bis
name, la ono of tho upbulldors ot Chi
cago. Tho office of his company on
tho ground floor of 32 North oDar
born street is ono ot tho finest In the
Tho McAvoy Company is manufac
turing a temperanco drink that bids
fair to becomo vory popular. It Is
callod "Alpha" nnd Its strengthening
and Invigorating qualities are much
praised. The McAvoy company is
also producing dealcohollzod Malt
Marrow, which is universally popular.
At all leading reliable gents' fur
nishing stores can be found the Elgin
Mado Shirt, the shirt that possesses
tho quality appeal.
Cuttor and Crossotto Company, mak
era of the famous Elgin Made Shirt,
stand high in tho estimation of the
commercial world of Chicago.
The Deis Piano School ta gaining In
popularity and Its graduates are noted
for their proficiency.
A new bulletin ot Information ot
the Oscar Dels School of Artbrtlo
Piano Playing Is Just off tha press.
Write for same, 118 South Wabash
The Joseph Triner Company has
done much for the health ot the peo
ple. Its products aro praised by all
who have used them.
The famous Torrace Garden Is
now ono of Chicago's distinct features.
A trip to the Morrison Hotel where
tho beautiful restaurant is located al
ways means a return visit
C. H, Bartholomao has been In busl
noss tor 35 years as a tuner and re
palror ot all kinds ot pianos and every
one praises his work. He Is noted for
his ability as a repairer of talking ma
chines. His place ot business ts at
69 East Van Buren street
Avery Drundage, the well known
contractor, has done and Is doing
much to make the city beautiful. The
work done by the big company be
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
conduot the work of their school where
piano playing as an art is taught exclusively.
Good Business Psychology
Today employers everywhere arc discover
ing that it is good business psychology
call it common sense, if you will to provide
employees with efficient, smooth-working
mechanical equipment wherever machine
operation is involved. The worker is better
satisfied no one likes to struggle with re
fractory machines and tho employer gets
more and better service from both employee
Business men who apply the principles of
good business psychology have found( that
they get maximum returns from their in
vestments In labor and equipment by provid
ing such driver-satisfying, volume-increasing
machines as International Motor Trucks J- to
3j-ton capacities for handling both short
and long-distance hauling.
INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER COMPANY
1814-18 So. Michigan Blvd
E. A. WANGERSHEIM, President
Telephone Randolph S766
28 West Lake Street
DIE & STAMPING CO.
Designers and Builders of
DIES, TOOLS, JIGS, GAUGES AND SPECIAL
METAL STAMPINGS, EXPERIMENTAL AND
MANUFACTURERS OF SPECIALTIES
Stl-Sll North La SalU Street CHICAGO
rilONK BUriCRIOB Mil
R. Williamson & Co.
Washington and Jefferson Streets
Phone Haymarket 724
TELEPHONE-OFFICE, RANDOLPH 3tl
The Ke tier-Elliott Company
GENERAL CONTRACTORS FOR
BRIDGES AND BUILDINGS
3121 South 'California Avenue
Telephone GarBeld 111-112
Motor Trucking Co.
UATTf TrXIaT1 Bulk Material
nAULlINU--By Auto Truck
GARRAGE IN CONNECTION
chas. TiMROTii, r,. andu$r. 2910-2916 Carroll Avenue
Phone Calumtt 7253