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GROCERIES, MEATS AND FIS"
Uoats and Launches
Cigars and Tobacco
duds and Reels
Harness and Saddles
Suit, Atlam and Dearborn Su Phono
Chicago Established 1875
Directory of the Federal Build
ing, Clark and Adams Streets.
Custom House south wine, fourth
floor. Coilector. William H. Claro;
special deputy, John R. Ford; naval
ofllcer, WHUnm Drown; deputy naval
officer. William C. Hawloy.
Collector of Internal Revonuo
tout wine, fourth floor; collector,
lollus F. Smiotanka; chief deputy,
IX J. Mahany, cashlor, Frederick W.
Postmaster WllUam D. Carllle.
United Statea Marshal Rooms 801
ana 806; marshal, John J. Bradley;
ofetef deputy, Joseph F. Ryan.
United States Secret Service
Room 881, Thomas I. Porter, chlot
United States Sub-treasury First
floor, northwest soctlon; assistant
treasurer, Robert I. Hunt; cashier,
Frank C. Russell.
Wathcr Bureau Fourteenth floor;
professor in charge, Honry J. Cox.
Bureau of Commerce Room C29;
commercial agent, Dr. W. C. Hunt
infton; radio inspector, J. F. Dillon.
Coast Onard Service Room 500;
Inspector, Oapt F. J. Haake.
Marine Hospital Clarendon
Groeetend avenues; surgeon In
mend, Dr. J. 0. Cobb.
Postofflce Inspoctor Room
Jam E. Stuart In charge.
Railway Mall Service Third floor,
aerth wing; Capt. B. L. West, super
Unlfta States District Attorney
Room SBC; Charles F. Olrno; chief
clerk, William A. Small.
United Statea Engineers Room
601; officer In charge, Lleut.-Cot. W.
B. Judson, corps of engineers, U. S.
Hydrographic Office Room 618;
Ltatrt A- M. Steoke) In charge.
Immigration Bureau "Newberry
building, ffidredgo court and WabaBh
aveaao; Inspector in charge, Dr. P.
Inspectors of Steam Veasels Room
M; Inspector of hulls, OnsUv B. At
Mason ; Inspector ot boilers, William
Appraiser's Office Harrison and
(Baortoan streets; appraiser, W. B
ERATI0N OF LABOR
President John Flupatrlok.
Vice President Oscar F. Nelson.
Secretary Edward N. Nookels.
Financial secretary, Frod O. Hopp.
Treasurer, Thomas F. Kennedy.
Reading clerk, William S. McCleua
than. Sergeant at arms, B. A. Schroeder.
Following are committee appoint
ments: Executive board: John C. Minor,
Annie Fitzgerald ot Women's Union
Labor Leoguq, Elizabeth Malonoy of
Waifrnsses' union. J. A. Train, C. M.
Madsen, Timothy Moary, John Car
roll, Charlea Dold, Tobias Hollman,
Albert Peterson, C. A. Robinson,
James Loughridge and John Klkulski.
Legislative committee: C. A. Penso,
Stove Sumner, V. A. Vance, Joseph
Morton, Honore Jaxon, Wm. Doyen,
A. C Anderson, John Molster, Mark
Delegates to Illinois Federatlcn o
Labor: Gertrude Stoetzel, Anna Stag
hage, H Hammond, William Quesse
J Harold, Ren Parker, Oeorgo May
James Brown, Dan RIordon, John Wal
ters, C. M. Madsen and J. Ferris,
Finance committee: M. B. Phillip,
Gertrudo Stoetzel, Elizabeth Maloney.
Delegates to American Federation o:
Labor: Emractt T. Flood, Barney
taotlya, R. O. Fetch 11 and John Man
gen Edward W. Everett, tne well known
Chicago lawyer, is frequenMy men
tioned for Judicial honors, although
he has never Indicated any desire to
aek a position on the bench. Ho in
very popular with all who know hlra
and his connections, professional and
otherwise, are all ot that high class
which Instills respect and joonfldenoe,
Sheriff Charles W.
lag a good rno4
Peters Is mak-
Hardware and Tools
Hats and Caps
Incubators and Brooders
Jewelry and SiUcrwaro
Nets and Seines
Pipes and Smokers' Articles
Shirts, Collars and Cuffs
Tents and Awning
Trunks and Suit Cases
Lichange i Mall Order Filled
by E. J. Lohmann
WILLIAM HALE THOMPSON,
JAMES T. tOOE.
GEORGE F. HARDING.
SAMUEL A. ETTELOON.
Commissioner of Public Works,
CHARLES R. FRANCI8.
Commissioner of Health,
JOHN DILL R0BERT8ON, M. D.
General Superintendent of Police,
JOHN J. GARRITY.
HARRY R. GIBBONS.
Recorder of Deeds,
JOSEPH F. HAAS.
CHARLES W. PETERS.
JAMES T. BURNS.
ROBERT M. 8WBITZBR.
JOHN F. DEVINE.
Criminal Court Clerk,
WILLIAM R. PARKER.
Superior Court Clark,
Circuit Court Clerk,
PETER M. HOFFMAN.
President County Board,
Board of Review.
P. A. NASH.
EDWARD R. LITZINQER.
Board of Assessor.
WILLIAM H. WEBER,
GEORGE K. SCHMIDT,
PRANK O. LOWOEN.
JOHN Q. OQLE8BY.
EDWARD J. BRUNDAQE.
Secretary of State,
LOUIS L. EMMERSON.
Superintendent of Public Inotruotlen,
FRANCIS Q. BLAIR.
Clerk of Supreme Court,
CHARLES W. VAIL.
LEGAL AID SOCIETY OF
127 N. Dearborn Street
Charles H. Hamlll, president.
Mrs. Fanny J. Howo, John H. Wig
Mrs. Thomas J. Doo, rooordlnr sot
rotary. Miss F. Marion Kaufman, cor
Henry A. Haugan, treasurer.
Special Finance Committee.
Silas II. Strawn, chairman.
H W. Austin
Mrs. Louis M. Greeley
Mrs. Charlos Hamlll
Ralph C, Hawxhurst
Chancollor L. Jenks
Marvin B. Pool
Miss Dorothy Stirling.
Edmund T. Parkins, the wall known
englnoor, la a progressive Chlcacoaa
with n national reputation in his pro
fession. George L, Scheln, the able lawyer,
would make a fine judge.
Frank J.IIogan, tho woll known law
yer, and former fire attorney, would
make a nplendld judge ot the munici
Coroner Peter M. Hoffman Is ono
ot the most popular public offlolala In
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SAMUEL A. ETTELSON,
Popular Corporation Counsel, Who Is a Delcnate-at-Lnrge to the Republi
can National Convention.
BEST VACUUM CLEANER
ON THE MARKET
The Sweeper That Don C.
Wright & Co. Offers the
Public Gives Satisfaction
and Proves Its Worth.
Don C. Wright & Co.. Inc.. of 11
South LnSnllo Direct, nro selling the
bcHl vacuum cleaners on the market.
The Vncuctto. Thesu sweepers HWoep
with all tho ease ot running an ordi
nal y carpet sweeper, hut with tho
suctlon-llft of electric clenneis.
The Vticuottc mnkcB A-THOH-OUOII-CLEANING-EVERY-DAY
actual possibility, because lt'n ho easy
to use and ho olllclont In collecting
(hint, dirt, thread, lint, hairs, pliiH,
ruvelllngs. matches, cigarette and
The VACUETTI5 Ih built mostly of
pui'HO sheet aluminum highly pol
ished, Is fool-proof and only weighs
C'j pounds. Tho suction nozzle Is
STANDARD SIZE, Tho rovolvlng
brlstlo loosens every partlclo of dust
and grit, and the high speed steel fan
(3,fi00 revolutions por inlnuto) cre
ates sufficient vacuum to draw all tho
sweepings Into tho bag safely, und la
guuianteed not to Injure tho fabric ot
thu most colstly oriental rugs.
Tho merits of tho VACUETTE can
only bo appreciated by nctuully seo
lug tho machine In operation or by
using It, and wo bclleo tho best way
to odveitlso tho machine Is to placo
llmltod numbor In each locality at u
wholesnlo price, which would bo
about half tho cost of any othor vacu
um elennor. Tho muchlno Is fully
GUARANTEED for ono year, but will
really last a lifetime.
FIRMS GAS WORKERS
10 PER CENT RAISE
The wago controversy of tho
lioiiso workers' union has been
William D, Munhall, master In
chancery, agioed on by olllclals of tho
company und union representatives
as arbltor when a strike wits throat
onod, annniinccd that tho 10 por cent
tneroase granted to tho workers would
bo sustained, hut that their domands
'for tlmo and a half for overtime, ex
cept on curtain holidays, would bo re
fused. Ilu said the matter of a closed
shop would receive "further consid
eration." Tho tonus reached by both sides
March 1d, whon tho provisional 10
por cent Ineionso was granted, speci
fy that employed and employer must
nbldo by Mr Munhall's decision until
May 1, 1021, when new arrangements
may bo made.
Tho IncreaBo Is to ho retroactive
from Dot l, 1010. Tho mon nro to
rocelvo hum and a half pay on Now
Year's day. July 1, Labor day, Thanks
giving !.. and Christmas.
Judlcl iv, Cnrr; llnanco, Llttlor; en
glnocrliic. I'laiU; electrical develop
ment, N.u'co, federal relations, Clark;
north shore channol, Paullln; real es
tato development, Carr; rules, Paul
tin; stud and municipal relations,
Clark; l.ibor, Lawloy; Btono and spoil
banks, ?rgol; health and public or
der, Nance' Calumet Sag channol,
Muollor, Illinois valley, Carr; employ
And Give Overworked Post Of
fice Employes Better Wages.
Whon "outside" letter postago was 3
cents a letter a r.urpltiB rovenuo ot
$154,000,000 was raised In ono year.
It was dropped to 2 cents to pleaso
tho fancy of soma bureaucrat.
Put It hack to 3 cents and give let
tor carriers and othor employes liv
ing wages. Tlioy deserve bettor pay.
County Commissioner Albort Nowak
has made a splendid public record
Hlnco his election to tho county board.
Ho Is nlwayn looking nftor tho inter
ests of the poople as his votes provo.
His constituents are proud ot him and
well satisfied with his record,
THE CITY COUNCIL
Wnril. lllrrtrtl 1IK-0. llolilntcm.
1 .1. J. Couchlln, D.M. Kcnnn, D.
2 It. It. Jnckson, lt.I. II. Anderson, n.
3 U. H. Schwartz, D.J II. l'nssmoro, 11.
4 J. A. Itlcliort, V.T. A. HoRan, b.
n It. J. Mtilcahy. D..I,Ii.McI)onouRh,D.
C C. i: Knton, It.. A A.rCormlck, It.
7 a. CluoniBoy, It., W. It. l-'otzor, It.
8 SI. H. Kurtnan, D.ll.A.Woodhull, D.
9 H. W. Oovlor, D..O. Mndilorom, 11.
10 I. McNIchols, n. Krnuk Klnuo. D.
11 T,. Ilutkownkl, D.Vac. to bo niled.
12 J. Copnk, D A. J. Cormak, D.
13 .1. O. Home, D..H. O. Shaffer, h.
14 .T. II. Smith, D..n. M. Mnypolo, D.
IB O, II. Olson, n...Kd. .1. Knlndl, D.
lfi .r.A.l'lotrowflkl.D.H, II. Kunz, D.
18 M.F.KavannBli,D..lolin .1. Tuohy, V.
10 .1. U. llowlnr, D..J0I111 1'owors, D.
20 M. Franz, D.... Henry Ij. Flck, D.
21 C. J. Atrnow, Il..lJorsey Crowe,.!).
221.. C. Kloln, D. ..Math.llllibolor, It.
23 W I'. Stoffcn, It.T. O. Wallnco, It.
21 J. Hauorlnln, D...lns. Dorncy, It.
2B K. J. Mnk. It.... II. D. Canltnln, It.
2B T. It. Gaspers, D. Wm. F. Llppti, 11.
27 ('. .lonBon.D I J. 11. ArmltnKC. It.
28 M.AiInmowsItl. D.r F. Smith. D.
23 T. F. llyrno. 1J...I F. Kovnrlk, n,
so W. It, O'TooIc. D.Juh. F. Hums, 11.
31 T. F. Mornn. D..HcottJI. HoKan.lt.
32 J. II. I.ylo, It.... A. .1. FlBhor, n.
33 A.O Anderson, It.J. 1. rinrnor, It.
34 J. Toman, D tos.O.KoBtncr, n.
35 T. J. Lynch, D... John S. Clark, D.
The full committee list ot tho demo
crats by wards is:
1 Michael Kennn.
2 Wm. J. Graham.
II Tliomns D. Nash.
4 John F. Bolton.
."Patrick J. Cnrr.
G John P. Gibbons.
7 James M. Whalon.
8 John II. Mack.
0 John J. Leonard.
10 Joseph A. Mendel.
11 A. J. Sabath. i
12 Anton J. Cormak. ,.
13 Martin J. O'Brien.
11 P. A. Nash. ,
15 Thomas V. Keanc. ?.,.
in Stanley H. Kunz.
17 Joseph Rushkowicz.
18 John J. Touhy.
10 Anthony D'Andren.
20 Dennis J. Egan.
21 John F. O'Malloy.
22 R. L. Schapp.
211 Joseph L. Gill.
24 Frunk F. Rocdor.
2fi Harry R. Gibbons.
2C Honry A. Zendor.
27 Noll Murley.
28 Clayton F. Smith.
29 Emmott Whonlan.
no Jos. M. Fitzgerald.
Ill M. K. Shorldan.
:12 Andrew J. Luyden.
!I3 Timothy J. Crowe.
;14 Jos. O. Kostnor.
35 Wm. V. Foonoy.
COUNTY DELEGATES TO
Cook county dolcgatcs to tho nation
al conventions aro ns fallows:
1 James M. Dalluy, Michael Keunu.
2 W. L. O'Connoll, Jns. J. Sullivan.
3 Frank J Walsh, It. W. McKtnlay.
1 J. B. McDonough, ChuB. J. Mlchal.
a Dennis J. Egnu, A. J. Sabath.
G JamoB T. Igoo, S. J. Rosonblatt.
7 W. K. Champlln, John M. No
wlckl. 8 John Powers, Win. J. Gaynor,
0 John McGlllon, Job. P. Mnhonoy.
10 Geo E. Bronnnn, Poter Rein
1 Geo r. Harding, Oscar Do Priest.
2 Charles Ringer, Edwin S. Davis.
3 Elliot W. Sproul, Anton T. 55o-
4 Flunk Doblor, Hector A. Broull
let. 5 Thomas Curran, John T. Nebeck.
ti Robeit E. Crowe, Georgo H, Arn
old. 7 John P. Garner, Albert H. Sover
lughaus. 8 Chrlstnphor M inner, Mognus C.
0 Wm. Wrlgley, Jr., Michael J. Fa
herty. 10 Frank J. Loesch, Edgar J. Cook.
Vlncont E. Guarno, tho woll known
real estate man, is talkod of for
county commissioner. Ho would
inako an ideal public official as ho
ls honest and painstaking und thor
oughly conversant with the needs of
Joseph F, Haao has always made
a good public record. Ho is a mu
of the people.
Fletcher Dobyns, tho popular moo
ter in chancery, la at tho forefront
In every movement for tho better
ment of Chicago.
GRIND FOR WEEK
Educational and l.-R. Proposals
to Get Attention.
WATERWAY PROJECT IS SAFE
Indications Are That Basic Law Body
Will Take No Adverse Action
on the $20,000,000
Sprliigllelil. Debate on education
nl qui-itlotii ngnln occupied the atten
tion of tho constitutional convention
at the opening of the present week's
so.sloii. That section making county
pcl.ool uipotlntcmlcnlH nppolntlvo In
stead of cloctlM' wns (-onsldoreil. Hom
tlllly iloveloped over tho Issue. .Dele
gate generally wore In favor of re
taining tho elective part ns provided
under tho old or present constitution.
Tho light to rliiing!' tho article was led
by Delegate Hull of Chicago.
ThKweok I expei'tOd to see a doll
tilte Initiative and referendum pro
ponl before the convention. Tho con
vention sub-iiunmlttee, appointed to
create a "people's rule" proposal, It
N expected, will submit Its report.
This, It Is known, will give statutory
Initiation to tho people of the state,
but will deny constitutional Initiative
to them. A light, however, will prob
ably dee1op over the latter Issue, ns
proponents of It are understood to bo
ready to wage 11 hard light for Its In
clusion hi tbo main I. and It. pro
posal. It looks now ns If tho state's -V-0,-000,000
wnterwny project Is snfe, iih
far ns the convention taking nn ad
verse action on It. During tho Inst
two weeks tho Issue was bitterly de
bated, but It ended In n recommittal
of tho inu'stlim to committee for re
port Inter on. This Is taken to In
dicate the project will remain In
slumber throughout the rest of the
011 distinction bo
subjects bus made 11 report which re
tains In the now constitution the rot
The article on warehouses.
Repealing article XIII ot the con
stitution of 1870.
Declaring certain nets by public olll
Providing employment control and
for the chisslilcatlon of certain posi
tions In the public service.
Providing for the removal of snow
and Ice from sidewalks.
Providing for the Issuance of bonds
by the state or municipalities to en
courage tho building of homes and the
buying of lands by citizens of tbo
Held o bo legislative subjects:
Denning Intoxicating liquors nnd
Granting power nnd nutborlty to
municipalities to license nnd logulato
Prohibiting professional wrestling
Providing for the manufacture, salo
and distribution of beers.
In relating to athletic exhibitions.
To prevent monopolies. '
Relative to the charter of benevo
lent nnd fraternal organizations, In
cluding those heretofore organized and
those to bo organized In the future,
A proposal to embody In tho arti
cle of the new constitution In relation
to taxation the provision Imposing the
duty on the owners of property to list
tho fiiinio taxation and providing rem
edies for failure to do so.
A proposal for the manufacture, dis
tribution, transportation, or sale of
A proposal to prohibit options In
purchase and sale of commodities and
dealing In stocks by margins, or In lot
too. A proposal to prohibit persons or
corporations entering Into agreement
to llx or establish the purchasing
price or selling price of commodities.
Union labor has asked and been tem
porarily refused a constitutional pro
vision by the convention permitting tho
teaching of tho English language to
foreigners who desire to become citi
zens. It was given a meager consid
eration, nnd Delegate I.ntchford said
Hint lie will urge reconsideration.
Tho present und proposed constitu
tions offer a "good common school ed
ucation" to "all children of this state."
The word "children" may Ineludo
eveiybndy III Illinois, Chairman Bran
don of tho committee on education
sayK It Is as broad as "the children
of Israel," bur tho statutes provide op
portunities for education for porsons
over the age of three nnd under twenty-one,
The federal government has offered
to aid schools In more than 100 com
munities In Illinois, but has been un
able to get assistance from local
school boards, according to statehood.
To Conference on Education.
Fourteen delegates from Illinois
have beep appointed by Governor
Loudon to attend the national citi
zens' conference on education, to be
hold In Washington, D. C, May 10-21.
They Include Fiuncls Blair, stnto sie
perlntendent of public instruction,
Springfield, and Peter Mortensen, Chi.
cngo superintendent of schools; Mrs.
Joseph' Bouen, president of the Wain
en'H City club; William Owen. Chica
go Normal college ; Mrs. Will C. Thor
bus, president of the Arche club and
other prominent educators,
Albert J, Hopkins, who made ono
of the best United States senators
Illinois over had, would make a great
Charles H. Lamson ts one of Chi
cago's greatest paving ezperU.
Lawrenco P. Romano ot tho well-
known Morse-Romano Co., is one of
tho best liked men In tho investment
and real ostato lino In Chicago. His
ability and courtosy ave won for
htm an army ot friend.
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Member of the Board of Review.
CHICAGO TAX RATE
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City Chgo. 2.0S '2.08 S.0S 2.03 2.08 2.08
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Park 41 .48 .52 .30
FVst pros. .03 .05 .05 .05 .05 .05
bonds .. .06 .00
Totals .15.41 16.41 15.30 15.11 LSI 11.84
W. F. Cummtngs, tho well known
engineer and contractor, haa made a
fine record. His work Is pralsod all
over tho country.
P. G. SMYTH
HAS FUN WITH THE
Noppor Tandy branch of tho Friends
of Irish Freedom last Tuesday night,
in North Sldo Turner hnll, unanimous
ly adopted resolutions demanding tho
removal of tho stntuo of Queen Vic
toria from Garfield park and tho sub
stitution of a monument to "boiiio
patriotic American woman such as
Molly Pitcher or Betsy Ross."
N. B. Tho park board olllclnls suld
yesterday that Queen Victoria's stat
ute was removed from tho park five
years ago because, being mndo ot
torra cottu, It "didn't wear well."
Tho truthful sparrow cop grow bold;
"Tho facts may now as woll bo told,
That secret I no moro can hold
What hupponcd Queen Victoria.
"Whon John F. Flnerty, In stone,
Was placed horo on hl.s grnnito
I couldn't help but sigh nnd moan
And fear for poor Victoria.
"For with despair I felt and know
No park whoro gruss and timbor grow
Was big enough to hold tho two,
Tho Colonel nnd Victoria.
"To walk my beat, ono night In Juno,
I loft Tim Fuherty's saloon,
Nor hud ono thought, beneath tho
Of lonely Queen Victoria.
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"Sudden, bo quick I senrco could see,
Two running figures flashed by me,
The second was well, lot It be
Tho first was Queen Victoria!
"Not then alone, but many a night,
I saw that fearful, awful flight,
My limbs grow thin, my hnlr grow
Hut think of poor Victoria!
"Queen Vic's dear Daughters dally
They marked tho change, thoy grlovcd
But never guessed tho dreadful cloud
That Bhadowed their Victoria.
"Nightly alio weak and weaker grow
What could poor terra cottn do?
At length tho sponge right up sho
And vanished Queen Victoria."
He paused and wiped his thoughtful
"Wo'vo pcaco nt night around hero
This park's no plnco for queens, I
P. O. SMYTH,
In tho Chicago Irish Nows and CItlzon.
1 John J. Coughlln, Chicago.
2 James J. Kelly, Chicago.
3 Toronco F. Mornn, Chicago.
40. J. Milord, Chicago.
5 north. P. Collins, Chicago.
G Stephen D. Grlflln, Chicago.
7 .William Kolls, Chicago.
8 JamoB O'Connor, Chicago.
0 Edmond L. Mulcnhy, Chicago.
10 John P. Dougherty, Chicago.
13 Douglas Pattlson, Frooport.
in Jnckson It. Pearco, Qulncy.
10 Thomas O'Connor, Poorln.
17 Everett Smith, Lincoln.
18 C. A. Purdunn, Marshall.
10 Isaac n. Craig, Mattoon.
20 Jnmos McNabb, Carroltton.
21 Ernest Hoover, Tnylorvlllo.
22 Joromlnh Hoovor, East St. Louis.
25 Reed Grcon, Cairo.
Charlos E. Timroth, tho popular
president of tho Timroth Trucking Co.
would make a good County Commis
sioner. Ills nomination would mean
Thousands of Chicago soldier boya
need Jobs. Wbat'a the matter with
giving them places In the City HalL
Some ot the barnaolos hare been
there too lone. They think tho olty
belongs to them.