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iTW EI OM ICAQO CAGLE,
COUNTY AND SANITARY DISTRICT
HEADS AND JUDGES OF THE APPELATE,
CIRCUIT AND SUPERIOR COURTS
Beard of Ceunty CtmmWwi
yUr ltalnberc. President.
Commissioners City Dlalrlot:
Charles N. doodrow.
Kobert W. McKinloy.
Frank J. Wilson.
Enimctt Whoalen. ,
Joseph M. Fitzgerald.
Atbort Nowak. ;
Dudloy D. Plorson.
George A. Mlllor.
Wllll&m II. McLean.
Committee Clerk Poter J. BUtct,
lloom 637, Court House,
Address all commissioners Room
(37, County Building.
Henry A. lender, Suaarlataaaaat
of Publlo Bacrk.
Charles W. Peters.
Harry R. Gibbon.
Jacob Undheluier, Asslstaat Treaa
urer. Recorder ef Deeds
Joseph r. Haas.
fUaletrar of TKIee (Terrene 8y
Joseph r. Haaa.
r. R. eteiaert. Chief Clerk.
S. lit, 1st ioor, Coenty BallAlai
Robert M. SwelUer.
Jaaa U. Mack. Chief Depaty.
John P. Keevars, Chief Bookkaaaer.
J. S. Mayer, Chief Cashier.
4Mls C, Leaner, Chief Marriage
(mm O. Woieott. Chief Tax
M. J. Browae. Chief May Depart-
Daalal Hartlar, Chief Meeiloa De
. tit, tat ioor. Ceuaty BatUlac.
Martin J. O'Brien, Chief of Tax
rraak U. Paadeloup, Head Clark.
K. 1T, tBfl ioor, Coaaty Batlilas.
Cauirty Camatrollar and Clerk aarl
Kofcart aL Swaltaar.
WUUaa J. Orahaa, Depety Oaaea-
M. J. O'Connor, Chief Clerk.
R. Bll, Ith floor, Connty Bmfldlng.
Clerk of the County Ceure
Robert M. Swallaar.
eerge L. MoCoonell. Chief ,Clerk.
J. O. H. Meyer, Chief Insanity D-
R. 601, Ith Boor, Ooaaty BalMla.
-area. H. Bhemann, 111 Bnth PeerU
Ceek Ceunty Haealtal
Oar. of Harriaem ana Wee flta
Mtafcaat Blnusar, Wariem.
Oak Forest Inettautloa
Henry L. BaUey, BaperUteadesrt.
Mail P. O. Oak rarest, DL
Publlo Welfare Bareau
Amelia Seam, Dtreeter.
R. Til, Tth toeT, Ooaaty Satiates.
PaUr ML Hoffman.
David R. Jones, First AaatataaL
R. 0. fta floor. Cemnty BmlMUg.
tsrk ef the Circuit CeurV-r
Aagaat W. Millar.
teats Hett, Chief Deeaty.
Otto Baeeerer, Chief Clark.
R. 411, th floor, Oeaaty Bafldlag.
fork ef Juvealle Caarft
Aagmst "W. MUler.
Bawara K. Arkemaw, Chief Clark.
R. MOT, lKa floor. Oeaaty Balla-
aaerfc ef Sha Superior Oaurt
lennsri A. Braaaaga, Chief Deeaty.
jkonao franee. Chief OUrk.
ft. 4ST, 4th floor, Oeaaty BaBatag.
Blerk ef the Criminal Caere
William R. Parker.
Robert R. Levy. Chief Clara.
Criminal Ooart Bauawg, oar.
it aafl Doaraora Ara.
lark of PrebaU Ceart
John P. Darlaa.
B. ilt, Ith floor, Oeaaty BalUlag.
aerk ef the ApaetlaU Court
JtUMoa B. Melaeray.
John B. Connorty. Chief Dooaty.
B, 14M, Mlaalgaa Bird. BatUbag.
Membera ef BeaN af Review
Patrick A. Naah.
Bdward R. Utalnger,
Btophen D. Ortffln, Chief dork.
WIBm P. reeoey, Aaetetaat CaUf
R. ITT, M floor, Coaaty Balldlag.
MesnMMi ef Bearo of Asaieesra
Mlefieil K. BhartoaB,
eorro K. Behmldt.
, H. Weber,
R. lit, irfl floor, Ooanty .ll4iaff.
oak County Civil aorvloo ftoaanle-
Mirry A. Upeky, Chalrmaa,
Jkmea M. Whalea, Beorotary.
Ralpa H. Paek.
WUBam P. Poehriap. Ofaoo Beer-
R. MT, Bth floor, Ooamty BaUdlag.
aswtty BaporintoMdent ef gohooto
BBward J. Tobia.
PV aae, au Soar, Oeaaty BaiMmg.
U. P. BaStraa. Pint Asslrtaat.
Caoa, Jo, ta eaarga ef Ooek
Igf , Ma floor, Coamtr Baflateg.
Httnola Baarawo Court
JMbjo Orrtn N. Carter.
R. loot, lth floor, Oeaaty Batta-
R. MM, MiehJgaa
'2n&m A, r
-uv v. taVimtr,
Albert H. Barnes.
It. 1400, Michigan Bird. Building.
Thorns s Taylor, Jr.,
Clarence N. Goodwin.
R. 1400, Michigan Bird. Balldlag.
Judge of Probate Court
Judge of County Court
Jnmos T. Burns.
Judge of Juvenile Court
Merrltt W. Plnekney.
Judgee of Superior Court J
Albert C. Barnes,
Joseph Sabath, i
Wm. Fen'more Cooper,
William R Deter,
Joseph H. Pitch,
Cbnrles M. Fooll,
Jacob H. Hopkins. " "f
Martin M. Oridley,
Marcus A. KaTanagV. V'
Charles A. McDonald.
M. U McKlnley, ""
William II. MoSurely,
John M. O'Connor.
Denis K. Bulllran.
John J. Sulllran.
Joeeph B. David.
Oscar HebeL "
10th floor, Connty BnBaaao,
Judgee of the Circuit Court
Victor P. Arnold,
Robert B. Crowe,
George F. Barrett,
David M. Brothers. J
Prank Johnston, Jr. ' -""""
David F. Matchett,
John P. McQoorty,
Merrftt W. Plnekney, "
Frederick A. Bmith,
Thomas Taylor, Jr, m-
Charles M. Thomsoa, ' ""'
Oscar M. Torrison, "'""'
Richard B. TothlU, "" "
Charles M. Walker,
Thomas O. Wlndee. -' ;
Jury Commlselon '
Joseph H. Barnett,
Chaa. W. Selnwerth,
Chaa. L. Caswell, Chief Clerk.
R. 114, 8th floor, Connty Balldlag.
Chicago Law Inetltuto ana" Library J
10m noor, t-ouniy oniiang.
William Holden, Llbrariaa.
County Supt of Hlghwayo
Oeorge A. Qalnlaa.
R. Ill, Ird floor, Ooanty BalMlag
Preeldent of Sanitary Dletrieo
Chaa. H. BergeL
Truatoo of Sanitary Dlatrlet
William J. Hoaly.
Patriek J. Carr,
Wallace O. Clark,
Harry R. IJttler.
Chaa. H. SorgaL
Oeorge W. Paallla,
W. O. Kance.
James H. Lawley,
M. A. Mnollor,
f0 B. Mlckfgaa Ave. (Karaow
Building). Talephoao Wabaoh
Coek County Bulldlne
Oocuptee blook, Randolph, Waaa
Ington, Clark and La 'Salle Sta.
John Osekala, Custodian.
Criminal Court Building
Cor. Michigan and Dearborn Ave.
Jacob Pomeranta, Cnstodiaa.
Ceok County Jail
Criminal Court Building, Dearbora .'
Ave., between Mlohlgaa aafl .
William T. Davtee. Jailer.
R. 411, 4th floor, Coaaty BaUtlag.
Bria B. HalL
Ul N. Clark St
Aschor Brothors havo a string of
movlo theaters that for beauty and
comfort cannot be beat In the world.
William C. Asay, tho distinguished
Chicago lawyer nnd former Attorney
for tho City and for tho Sanitary Dis
trict, is froquontly mentioned for judi
Ewlng's restaurant at 132 West
Washington street is a favorite eating
placo for business and professional
Clayton F. Smith is a popular Dem
ocratic leader, whose friends predict
future honors for him.
Frank P. Swoltzor is ono of tho most
popular young mon in tbo real estate
and buslnoss world. Ho numbers his
friends by tho hundreds.
Joseph A. ODonnBll, former lofle
lator and park commissioner, is one
of the most popular mecahara pi Uia
Samuel Kersten, popular with every
body, nnd loador In the plumbing and
heating trade, is often talked of for
Richard Francis Condon, the popular
ehairman of the Elks Membership
Committee is confident of adding 3000
new tnembora to the rolls of th'e organ
isation this year.
Emll M. IToldkamp of Watry and
Heidkamp, Chicago's woll known and
reliable optometrists and opticians,
predicts a banner year In all linos
of business for 1920.
Francis X Houlihan, the woll known
attorney, Is frequently being men
tioned by his big army of friends and
admlrors for a soat on the bench,
Mr, Houlihan is one of Chicago's
ablest and most successful lawyers
and would make splendid Judge,
PREPARATIONS PROSPECTIVE TOURIST
SHOULD MAKE TO INSURE SAFE VOYAGE
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Interior of Main Body of Car Arranged for Sleeping Compartment.
Under the lllle "HIkIi, I.nw.nml the
Game," Hdwln I,. Sitliln, In MoTolt, tho
national mnpixltio of inotorliij;, writes
most enterlulnltiKly mid liolpfully of
trnnscontlnuntnl motoring and uhat
preparations the prospeellve tourist
should ninku to Insuiv a Hiifu and
"Tires?" questions the author, nnd
answers: "Any lrlcr who starts out
equipped with less than u complete
oiitllt of the best new cuttings that his
money will buy gives a Wstugo to
fortune. This may sound u bit ex
travnguut, but I'll leave the decision
to tbo army hky-pllot whom we passed
stranded with two bare rims nnd a
family upon the Unrt 100 miles from
any supply station, or to the suppos
edly experienced traveling man who
had been working for VJ hours nt n
dobe bbnek trying to adjust a bor
Homemade Outfit Similar to One
Shown in Illustration Makes
Job Very Easy.
IS DIFFICULT WITH BRUSH
When Working on Radiator Place
Piece of Paper In Position to Pro
tect Engine and Prevent Spat
tering Brass Finish.
Painting an automobile radiator
quickly and thoroughly with a brush
Is dltllciilt. A homemade spraying
outfit similar to the one shown In the
illustration made tbo Job easy.
Make-Up of Outfit.
Tho cmltlt consists of a onc-hnlf-gal-Ion
oil can, made Into nn atomizer by
nttachlng u tire pump to tbo end of
the pipe IS. A piece of small brass
pipe, A. wos mounted In ono sldo of
tho can, tho upper apt! of It extending
a short distance outside of the top. A
second piece of pipe was mounted In
a horizontal position In tbo top of tho
can, a? Minun nt 11. If a handle Is at
tached to the can, us at C, tho piece of
pipe 1) may pass through It length
wise and (xtend a short distance be
yond the end of the handle. Both
pipes viti' soldered to tho top of tho
can, ami the t-erew top wns provided
with a gnv(t to make it tight.
Working of Pump.
When th air Is forced through tho
horizontal tube 11 and caused to pass
across the opening In the tipper end of
tho Nern.nl tube A, the liquid In tho
can Is dr.MMi up and forced out In a
line spni. A mixture for spraying tbo
radiator mny lie uuide of litniplilaek
Spraying Device Made of an Oil Can
and a Foot Pump.
nnd turpmtlne. A sheet of paper
should bo placed back of tbo rndlutor
to protect tho engine, nnd around tho
outer edge, to prevent tho liquid from
bespattering tho bruss llnlsh. A. E.
Andrews, f'hlcngo, In Popular Me
Cause of Much Trouble.
More troubles can bo traced to lack
of lubrication thun to any other cause.
rowed 83 straight side cosing on n 34
clincher wheel, ubllo awaiting succor
from a CO-mlles-dlstant garage."
Spade Is Handy Tool.
Gently Insinuating that tbo trans
continental motorist mny possibly
have to remove a bit of soil on occa
sion, our author continues: "Spndol
Man, maul Don't forget your wife,
but for tho love of Mike, don't forget
a short-bundled spade and a couple of
boards, likewise u slab or two upon
which to huso the Jack. Whero thero
nro miles and miles of sand nnd shifty
gravel, nnd six Inches of either applied
Just right will stall n car till the grass
grows In waste places, It appears Idi
otic to udvlse oNcrlundcrs to pack n
spado and adjuncts. Nevertheless n
mon there was from Wyoming, too,
of nil ranges, who seized upon that
spudo us n great Invention."
' FOR REMOVING CARBON. '
t Carbon may bo removed from t
( tho n,utomnbll euglno cylinder J
t by means of a carbon Hume,
without Injuring the mechanism, J
If tbo following precautions.
suggested by the department of J
' agricultural engineering of the
Nebraska college of agriculture, ;
aro observed : Tho radiator must '
i bo filled Ith water to keep the t
' cylinder walls nnd valves cool. J
0 Hoth valves must bo closed nnd t
J tho piston placed at the top of J
i tbo cylinder to conllno tbo oxy- t
gen In the combustion chamber. '
If compressed air Is at band
nftcr burning out tho carbon, '
tho engine may he turned over '
' until tbo exhaust valvo Is open
' and a Jet of nlr Introduced Into '
t tho cylinder to blow out all looso t
particles of carbon which would
t prevent tho valves from seating t
t properly and thus Impair com-
FOR APPLYING TIRE CHAINS
Never Use Tool to Draw Them So
Tight That They Cannot Creep
Casing Is Weakened.
In applying tiro chains never use
n tool to draw them so tight that they
cannot creep. If tho cross grip can
not move to a now position on tho
tread every tlmo It touches tho ground
It soon cuts deeply Into tho rubber,
and tlien fabric, seriously weakening
tho strength of the casing.
Moie tires aro prematurely de
stroyed through under-lnilatlon than
from any other cause.
It Is now conceded that a satisfac
tory heater Is an ossojitlal feature of
A constant check of tho nlr pres
sure Is ono of tho secrets of big auto
mobile tire mileage.
Tho glossy finished leather substi
tute upholstery Is better than tho dull
finished, the latter being prono to
crack or lose Its coloring materlul
End play In tho crankshaft Is opt to
first bo noticed when tho cor Is throt
tled down to around flvo miles per
hour, when so-called bucking will tako
place, accompanied by knocking.
Do not neglect the lubrication of tho
spring shackles. IUist often clogs up
tho small ents nnd keeps out tho oil.
Hy using common kerosene occasion
ully theso holes will bo kept open.
An emergency trick for oiling n
spring Is to go over It with kerosene,
wiping off the dirt ns you do so, and
guiding tho keroseno down tho sides
so that It sllt run in between the,
Violinists all praise the work of
Oeorge A. Ostortag of G9 East Van
Durcn stroet. He is one of the best
known violin manufacturers in the
C. B. Hcdstrom, tho popular pro
prietor of Lnko Vlow'a foremost shoe
storo at 3264 North Clark street, has
hosts of friends among the loading
men of Chicago a fact that is testi
fied to by the popularity of his place
E. W. Martin, one of tho most pop
ular men in tho financial and business
world, is Chicago manager for the
big houso of Charles Stoneham &
Co., doalers in securities, with offices
at 173 West Jackson boulovard, nnd
branches in nlno leading cities of tho
Michael Iteady, tho popular presi
dent nnd treasurer of tho Ready &
Callaghan Coal company, is ono of
the most highly respected business
men In Chicago. His company stands
high in the coal trade.
P. J. Sibley, the popular proprietor
of The Fountain Pen Shop, asSl
North Dearborn street, has a hoslrf
friends in the business' community
Tho best people in Chicago buy pens
from him and his customers are al
ways boosting him.
Edwin R. London, president of tho
Sttndnrd Flro Escapo Company is
one of the solid men of Chicago. His
company is noted for the reliability
of Its output.
Charles Appol, tho popular proprie
tor of tho North Sldo Turner Hall, has
built up ono of the finest restaurant
trades in Chicago by his general meth.
ods and strict attention to business.
People who have patronised his pop
ular restaurant at 820 N. Clark street,
are never tired of praising the food
cooking and splendid meals.
The Edmund T. Perkins Engineer
ing Company, First National Bank
Building, aro reclaiming In central
Illinois several thousand acres of rich
farm land, part of which they offer
for salo at low prloe.
Charles E. Ummach, as president
of R. Williamson & Co., Is at the head
of tho largost maker of lighting fix
tures in America.
Measinsers restaurants which oaa
be found all over tbo city aro Tory
popular with everybody. They aro
clean, wholesome, sanitary and bright
Tho food it of tho best quality and
the service is excellent.
Amos C. Ryan, tho popnlar presi
dent of the Central Transfer com
pany, stands high with the theatrical
profession. The prosperous company,
of which he is the head, doea vir
tually all of the theatrical transfer
work in Chicago and you never hear
a kick about a lost trunk or any other
article of baggage.
Otto Rueter, tho head of the big
real estate firm which boars his
name, is one of tho upbulldors of Chi
cago. Tho offlco of hla enmnnnv nn
the ground floor of 32 North oDar-
horn street Is one of the finest in the
The McAvoy Company is manufac
turing a temperanco drink that bide
fair to become very popular. It is
called "Alpha" and Its strengthening
and invigorating qualities aro much
praised. The McAvoy company is
also producing dealcohollzed Malt
Marrow, which is universally popnlar.
At all leading reliable genta' tar
nishing storos can be found tho llgln
Made Shirt, the shirt that possesses
the quality appeal.
Cutter and Crossotte Comoanr.
era of the famous Elirin Made Skirt
stand high in the estlmatloa ot the
commercial world of Chicago.
Tito Dels Piano School at gaining la
popularity and Its graduatea ara noted
for their proficiency.
A new bulletin of information of
tho Oscar Dels School ot Artlatlo
Piano Playing is just oft tho proas.
Write for same, 218 South Wabash
The Joseph Trlnor Company has
done much for the hoalth of tho peo
ple, Ita products are praised by all
who have used thorn.
Tho famous Terrace Garden is
now ono ot Chicago's distinct features.
A trip to tho Morrison Hotel where
tho beautiful restaurant Is located al
ways moans a return visit
C. H. Bartholomao has been In bus!
ncss for 35 years as a tuner and re
pairer of all kinds of pianos and every
one praises his work. He la noted for
his ability as a repairer of talking ma
chinos. His placo ot business is at
69 East Van Buren street
Avery Brundage, the well known
contractor, has done and la 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 Deis are In the
very front rank. On principles ot
psychology and modern pedagogy they
conduct the work ot their school whero
piano playing as an art ia taught exclusively.
The Ultimate Cost
While the first cost of an Interna
tional Motor Truck may be slightly
more than the price of some other
trucks of equal capacity, it isn't that
that really counts. The thing in
which practical, close-figuring busi
ness men are interested is the ?ulti
mate cost. That is why they are buy
ing International Motor Trucks in
such rapidly increasing numbers.
These trucks are noted for their low
cost service and low cost repair up
keep. There arc both mechanical and
organization reasons for this.
Made in nine sizes and five capaci
ties -ton to 3V2-tii'
International Harvester Company
1814-16 So. Michigan Blvd.
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
9S1.SU North La Sail. Str.at CH1CAOO
rHONI SDPKRIOB SMI
R. Williamson & Co.
Washington and Jefferson StraaU
Phone Haymarket 724
TELEPHONE OFFICE, RANDOLPH S11S
The Ketler-Elliott Company
GENERAL CONTRACTORS FOR
BRIDGES AND BUILDINGS
3121 South California Avenue
FOR SERVICE FOR DEPENDABILITY FOR ECONOMY
Intlit on the
The only, spark plug made that never requires cleaning and
that is absolutely guaranteed for ono year. $1,50 each.
20 Wait Jackson Boulevard
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