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john a. Mccormick.
Vice President of the Chicago Trust Company.
Hero Is, a taxpayors' calendar for
taxpayers compiled by County Clork
Robert M. Swcltzor.
( In brief It is as follows:
July torm Application for Judg
mont and order of salo of proporty of
July 1 Objections to Judgments in
Aug. 1 Tax salo of real cstato bo
gins. Penalty for redemption tax salos
may bo as high as 6 por cont, added to
taxes or assessments each six months
after salo. Proporty may bo ro
doomed any tlnio within two years
aftor salo at offlco of county clot It
Goodrich Transit Company
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Continuous Itound Trip, MaaU ami Dcrth
Tfk Mil iir A Mirer 9.-3oa.m. fti oc one do or? round
11 IVllLiTTilUIYCiE. DAILY
$1.50 Excursion Daily
TO MICHIGAN CITY $1.30 Excursion Daily
Docks Foot of Michigan Boulevard
CITY TICKET OFFICE: 104 SOUTH CLARK STREET
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Mercantile Trust fc Savings Hank Is
one of the coming men of Chicago. lie
is very populnr In tho business world.
Dixon C. Williams, tho well known
manufacturer, dosarvos woll at the
bands of tho Democratic party. He '
a porn leador.
Mayor Thompson was tho fathor oi
municipal playgrounds. Ho Intro
duced and secured tho passago of the
first ordinanco creating ono while he
was an alderman.
Calvin F. Craig, the able presidon
of tho Mechanics & Traders Btato
Bank, dosorves great crodlt for the
woll dosorved popularity of that big
West Sldo Institution.
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$1.6d WAY $6.63
Suite 640, Otis Building
ALMOST all forms of
moisture arc con
ductors of electricity, and
a wet umbrella coming in
contact with the telephone
cord will short-circuit the
wires and cut off service. A
carelessly handled glass of
water, an overflowing ink
well, rain from an open win
dow, the careless mopping
of office floors, any one
of these may cut off your
telephone service, if a
wet telephone cord results.
' Please protect the
cord, and all interior
wiring and telephone
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HEADS OF CITY DEPARTMENTS
MEMBERS Of MM OF EDUCATION
AND JUDGES OF MUNICIPAL COURT
William Halo Thompson, Mayor.
Charlos C. Kltztnorrls, Secretary.
Room 607, 6th floor, Cltr Hail.
Henry Stuckart, Treasurer.
Room 203, 2nd floor, City HalL
Jnmos T. Igoo, City Clark.
Edward J. I'addon, Chief Clerk.
Kooms 107-10S. 1st floor, City HalL
George F. Harding, Comptroller.
LouU E. Qosaelln, Deputy Comptrol
ler. Room 601, 6th floor, City Hall.
Wm. H. Wesboy, Collector.
Goorco Lohman, Doputy Collector.
Department of Health
John Dill Robertson, M. D, Com
Gottfried Koehlor, M. D., AaalaUnt
B. R. Pritchard, Secretary.
Room 707, 7th floor, City Hall.
Bureau of Engineering
John Erleaon, City Engineer.
Wm. J. Rocl:e, Chief Clerk.
Room 402, City Hall.
W. J. McCourt, Superintendent
Goo. J. Fosor, Chlof Clerk.
Rooms 101-102, City Hall (Pay
Water Pipe Extension
Hugh I.i. Lucas, Superintendent.
Thomas P. Klernan, Asst. Superin
tendent. Room 404, 4th floor, City Halt
Bureau of 8ewora
Goorgo E. McOrath, Suporlntendont.
Edward F. Cullorton, Clilof Clerk.
Bureau of Maps and Plate
John D. Rlloy, Suporlntondnnt.
T. C. Philips, Engineer of Surreys.
Bureau of Gas and Electricity
William J. Koltb, CommlsBlover.
John E. Bradloy, Chlof Cleric
City Oil Inspector
Paul Hondorson, Inspootor.
Charles Vavrik, Chlof Doputy.
Wm. F. Gorman, Asslotant.
C. W. Kallal.
Virtus C. Rohm, Business Afent
P. C. Schafor, Chief Clerk.
Department of Compensation
H. V. McGurren, Superintendent.
Inspector of Weights and Measures
Morris Eller, City Sealer.
W. F. Cluett, Chief Deputy.
Board of Examining Engineers
Room 1008, City Hall.
Edward F. Miller, President
E, F. Moore, 1st Vlce-ProBldent
James N. Sponcor, 2d Vice-President
Board of Examining Plumbers
Charles K. Todd, Master Plumber.
"ElEi W. Starts, jnarnoyman Plumb-
Chief of Operating Engine
John C. Hayes.
Departmem sf vim Welfare
Mrs. Louise osoorne Rowe, Com
missioner. James W. Calley, Supt of Employ
ment. Room 806, City Hall Square Bide.
Civil Service Commission
Percy B. Coffln, President
Cbas, E. Frailer.
Joseph P. Geary.
Mark H. Place, Secretary.
Room 010, 6th floor, City HalL
Board of Local Improvements
M. J. Faherty, President
Jos. J. Ellas.
David M. Clark.
Irne Pease Mantony.
Edward J. Glacken, Secretary and
Superintendent of Special Assess
ments. Roem 207, 2nd floor, City HalL
Philip C. DeloContalne.
Room 606, City HsU.
Room UL, City Hall.
Inspector of Steam Kellers'
Oee. K. Nye, laspMtor.
Harry A. iKannls, Chief Clerk.
Charles Bostrom, Coeunlssloner.
Robert Knight, Deputy Commls
eloner. Peter C. Hosy, Secretary.
Board of Election Commissioners
Frank X. Rydzewald.
Third floor, City HalL
John Dill Robertson. U. D Ckalr
man. Rev. J. MeNamee
Dr. Anna Dwyer.
Dr. Emil G. Hlrsh.
Fannie Specter, Secretary.
Chief JanHor City Hall
Thomas O'Connor, Fire Marshal.
P. J. Donatio, 1st Assistant
Edward J. Uuckloy, 2d Assistant
Frank w. Swenlo, Chief Operator.
It. F. Kelker, Jr.
Dr. M. J. Purcell.
Dr. A. Lowls, Aest City Physician.
Dr. Clara Suppol, Asst City Phy
sician. Bureau of Fire Prevention and Publlo
J. C. McDonnell, Chief.
Tohn JT"Gorrity, GlIneraY,JSuperin
tendont Room 605.
John Alcock, First Doputy Supt.,
SI Mayor, Secretary Bureau of Po
lice Records. Room 1001.
P. J. Ward, Vehicle Bureau. Room
Henry L. Hudson, Examiner of Pub
llo Chauffeurs. Room 607.
Samuel Ettolaon, Cornoratlon Coun
sol. Charles 2. Francis, City Attorney.
Joseph Sullivan, Chief Assistant
Charles J. Peters.
Room C02, City Ho 11.
Harry P. Miller, Prosecuting Attor
ney. Dnnlol Wcbstor, 1st Asst.
L. R, Pequett, Chlof Clerk.
Harry T. Atwood, Special Assess
Gcorgo J. Krazor, Chief Clerk and
Attorney for Board of Local Im
provements. Board of BrldeweH Inspectors
Ralph E. F.sau, Chairman.
Joseph J. Janda, Secretary.
John J. Sloan.
2Cth St. and California Ave.
Bnlllff of the Municipal Court
Denis J. Egan.
Municipal Courts City of Chicago.
Room 91C, City Hall.
Geo. B. Holmes.
Caverly, John R.
Trade, Daniel P.
Fisher, Harry M.
Cook, W. M.
Fry, Sheridan E.
Gemmlll, William N.
Graham, Frank II.
Swnnnon, J. A.
Jarockl, Edmund K.
La Buy, Joseph B.
Newcomer, John R.
Prlndlvllle, John K.
Rnfferty, Joseph P.
Stownrt, Hugh R.
Doylo, Leo J.
Barassn, Bornard P.
Hans, J. F.
Sullivan, Dennis W.
Trudo, Samuel H.
WiTIiams, Charlos A.
WoUs, Hosea W.
J. Kent Green, Le&l Assistant.
Roy E. Mlllor, Chfot Clerk.
At large Wllllam E. Mason, Rep.
Richard Yates, Rep.
1 Martln B. Madden, Res.
2 'James R. Mann, Rep.
3 'William W. Wilson, Res.
4 'John W. Ralney, Dem.
5 Adolph J. Sabath, Dem.
6 James McAndrews, Dem.
7 'Niels Juul, Rep.
8 'Thomas Gallagher, Dem.
9 'Fred A. Britten, Rep.
10 Carl R. Chlndblom, Res.
11 'Ira C. Copley, Rep.
12 'Charles E. Fuller, Rep.
13 'John C. McKenzle, Rep.
fa William J. Graham, Rep.
15 'Edward J. King, Rep.
16 'Clifford Ireland, Rep.
17 Frank L. 8mlth, Rep.
18 'Joseph G. Cannon, Rep.
19 'William B. MeKlnley, Rep.
20 'Henry T. Ralney, Dem.
21 'Loren E. Wheeler, Rep.
22 'William A. Rodenberg, Rep.
23 'Martin D. Foster, X9m.
24 'Thomas 8. Williams, Res.
25 'Edward E. Denleon, Rep,
THE CITY COUNCIL
Wnnl. I'.lrctrd lO'JO. Holdover.
1 J. J. CouKhlln, n.M, Kenna, D.
-'It. rt. JackBon, H.I.. ii. Anderson, It.
3 IJ. S. Schwartz, D.J. II. Pnsamore, It
4 J. A. rtlchert. P.T, a. Hocan. D.
n it. J. Mulcahy. D, J.B.McDonouBh.D.
6--C. K. Katon, l.A-A-M-CormlcIc, It.
7 O. auornaoy, 11..W. n. Fetzor, It.
8 II. 8. Furman, D. n.A.Woodhull, D.
9 S. W. Oovler, D. . a. Madderom, It.
10 J. McNIchols. I). Krank Klaus, D.
11 I. Rutkowskl, D.Vao. to be niled.
12 J. Cepak, D A. J. Cermalc, D.
13 J. a. Home, D.8. O. Shaffer, R.
14 J. II. Smith, D..O. M. Maypole, D.
15 O. H. Olsen, It...Kd. J. Kalndl. D.
1 J.A.Plotrowskl.D.S. II. Kunz, D.
17 S.S.Walkowiak,D S.Adamklewlea, D.
18 M.P.Kavanagh.D.Jolm J. Tuohy, D,
19 J. B. Howler, D..Jolin Powers, D.
20 M. Franz. D Henry L. Pick, D.
21 C. J. Acnow, It..Dorsoy Crowe, D.
22 T.. C. Klein, D..,Math.Hlbboler, n.
23 w. P. Steften, 11. T. O. Wnllace. R.
24 J. Haderlaln, D...Tas. Uornoy, It,
2C P. j. i.tnk, II....H. D. Canltaln, It.
2C T. It. Caspers, n.Wm. F. Llpps, It.
27 C. Jensen, D n. It. Armltauo. it.
28 M.Adamowskl, D.O. V. Smith, D.
29 T. l. nyrno. D..J. F. Kovarlk, D.
30 w. It. OToole, D.Jas. F. Duma, It.
31 T. F. Moran, D.. Scott M. Houan. It.
32 J. ii. Lyle. U....A. J. Flshor, n.
33 A.O.Andoraon, It.J. P. Oarnor. It.
34 J. Toman, D Joa.O.Kostnor, D,
35 T. J. Lynch, D...John S, Clark, D,
C'limnimlKM. Tho Forty-Ninth mi
nimi eoiniiit'iirciiR'iit of tlu I nlvurslty
of llllnol.s occurs on ciliiciliiy,
Jiiiiu 10. Approximately l0 tluaruos
will he "oiifi'rivil by thi liiNtltiitlou at
iiuu lime, i'otitiiii'iici'iuint wi-uk i
liiiiiiKtirntcil with the liaccnlaiircatu
sirvlif on Siiiiilny, .Ttitn III. Ituv.
.tolm Timothy Stoni, I). I)., pastor of
tin Fourth Pri'ohyti'rlun ihuicli, Chi-cni-'o,
will conduct tho devotional ox
crcNoi, into tlic mimic will ho uiulor
tho illioctlon of I'rof. .1. I.uwroiico Mrl,
uiilvor.ilty orpmlst and director of tho
xohool of music. Monday, Juno II, it
class ilny, tho exorcises occurring at
D:,".0 n. in. The class olllcers who will
preside are: President, Raymond C.
Hans, South lU'inl, Iml.; vice presi
dent, Katherlne HutT, ('hiiinpiilKii; sec
retary, Caroline ManspenUor. Chain
palmi, anil trcasuier, Alvlu T. Ander
son, Wlicatou. The saltitntnry address
will lie delivered by Hans C. Thory of
ChlriiKo; the hatchet nratloii by .lolm
Powell of KntiMis City. Mo.; tho re
sponse by A. A. Arnold of Palmer
ton, Pn. Miss Caroline Manspeaker
of Chntnpalpn will read the class class
history, ami YVarui'CjG. Itlce of Aurora
will deliver the valedictory address.
The nnnii'il senior bull occupies Mon
day nluht. The commencement exer
cises occur tit 10 o'clock, Wednesday.
.Tune lfl. Tho annua! address will bo
delivered by Roli.-rt 12. Vinson. I. !".,
LL. Ii., president of the I'nlverslty
of Ti'Mis. It. David Kluloy, presi
dent of Hit University of Illinois, will
confer the degree.
Sprlimlleld. Provided for by the
new coal miners' waue contract
Hlunod recently In New York, an Ill
inois commUolon Is delving Into' tho
costs of explosives used by minors In
tho dlKUlni; of coal. This commission
has been Instructed to hurry Its work
us coal miners of the state are com
plaining against the alleged high
price of the explosives. The person
nel of the commission Is as follows:
Coal operators' representatives Ill
inois Coal Operators' association. Itlco
Miller, IIIlNboro; Coal Operators' as
sociation, Fifth and Ninth districts.
11. C. Perry, lllllsbciro; Central Illinois
Coal Operators' association, 12. C. Sol
omon, Auburn. Miners' represent!!
tlves (Jeorge L. Mercer, Canton; T.
J. Reynolds, Colllnsvllle; Joseph Hom
SprliiKlIelil. The Illinois State Fed
elation of Labor nominated thu fol
lowing Ftale ticket: Oovernor, John
Walker, president state federation;
United States senator. John ritzpirt
rick, bleago, president Chicago fed
eration of labor; lieutenant governor,
Charles Mold, Chicago, president In
ternntloimi piano ami electrle.il work
ers; secretary of state, Frank Ksper,
lMverlon. secretary state labor party:
state auditor. John Schaefer, Hello
vllle ; state treasurer, John II. l.en
non, Illoomlngton; attorney general.
William K. Rodriguez, Chicago; clerk
Supremo court, Al Towers. llellellle;
congressinan-at'large, Clifford 12.ini
est ICIdorado; university trustees,
Madge Argo, Juliet : Mrs. John Nit
moth, Illdorailo, and Agnes Nestor,
Springfield. Committee to examine
applicants for admission to bar were
named for each of the four appelate
court districts by the supremo court.
Tho committees follow: First district,
Mitchell I). Pollansbee, Amos C. Mil
ler and Albert (!. Welch, all of Chi
cago. Second district, Henry S. Ilx
on, Dixon; Karl It. Reynolds, Rock
ford: Illram 12. Todd, Peoria. Third
district, Henry A. Nenl, Charleston;
Franklin L. Velde. Pekln; Clifton .T.
O'llara, Carthage. Fourth dlstrl.-t. J.
0. nurnsldes, Vandalla; Robert M.
Farthing. Mount Vernon; Samuel W.
Baxter, ICast St. Louis.
Chicago. Mayor Thompson of Chi
cago and his city hall organization
sustained a clean cut defeat at the
bands of tho Illinois delegation. The
mayor was refused re-election to tho
Republican national committee. Ills
platform was dumped Into the waste
basket. He was left only with tho
tickets nsslgaed to Illinois, which he
bundled as national committeeman.
Senator Lawrence Y. Sherman was
elected national committeeman by
this vote, no candidate having been
nominated against him.
Illooinlngton. Central Illinois fnrm
ers will assemble at Oenovu July '.2 to
discuss tho proposition of marketing
their awn grain without middle men.
It will bo the llrst of n series of snap
meetings. 'I'he call has been Issued by
the Illinois Agricultural association.
Tho object Is to get Ideas und stiBses-
J tlons from griiin growers, managers
or runners eievaiors mm mneis. wi
to tho present farmers have devoted
their efforts to production and paid
less attention to marketing.
Washington, I). 0. Population fig
ures issued by tho burenu of census
Included: Hrldgeport, 2,002; Jersey
vlllo, a,830; Olney, 4,-101 ; Roodhouse,
2,028; Whitehall. 2,051.
Pann. Miss Kdlth Bnlley, twenty
live years old, committed suicide at
Pana by throwing herself, beneath u
switch engine In tho Illinois Central
yards, where her (lance, Adam Stalets,
was killed a few days ugo when struck
by u train.
Springfield. United States Marshal
Dnllnum continues to have his hands
full of "booze" violators. Deputies re
cently brought In 2(1 from tho district
in ono day. Twenty-three came from
Alton, Wood Ulver, Madison and (Iran
tto City; tho others hated from Marys
vlllo and Colllnsvllle.
PETER M. HOFFMAN.
Able and Efficient Coroner Who Is More Popular With the
' People t han Ever
Great Preparations Being Made
to Entertain 300,000 Visitors.
Tho world's third city will bo
steeped In purple and white and trans
formed Into tho American playground
during the Kilts convention July S
Preparations for the invasion of
somo 300,000 visitors are being pushed
forward rapidly by all business inter
ests in Chicago, ntid the committee
In chnrgo of celcbrntlou plans linvo
completed a program of cntortulnniont
that rivals those of ancient Home.
The incoming ICIks will ho dnzzlcd
by tho lanes of purplo and white, by
tho blare of n scoro of bands and by
tho sheet lightning electrical display
that will set Michigan boulevard
In tho "Loop" district nlono thero
will bo ton thousand posters of wcl
couio spattering tho sky-scrnpers. Tho
fronts of buildings will bo swnthed
In purplo and white, tho Elks colors,
and confetti and streamers of purplo
and white will sprlnklo thu Loop from
nirplnucs nt midday.
The program of entertainment cov
ers everything from Olympic games
to world championship contests of
Many of tho American athletes
who will compote for world chnmplon
ship in tho Olympic games nt Ant
werp, Helglum, this yenr will liavo
their tryout July 5 with tho opening
of the KlU'i Grand Lodge Convention.
Practically every ovont Included In
tho games will bo staged. The meet
will bo larger than any ever before
attempted In America.
District try-outs will bo held
throughout tho city prior to tho big
meet nnd winners will tnko part In
tho championship ovents July C. Tho
winners nt these championship trials
will be eligible to tho Olympic games
in August. Hoy try-outs and cham
pionship ovents will bo sponsored by
tho Amntour Athletic Union, of which
Col. John V. Clinnin Is president of
tho central district.
A great wild west show direct
from tho far west and embracing moro
elaborate features than any over ex
hibited before will mako tho down
town district resound with Indian
yells, nnd will servo as n bright sldo
light to tho main program. Prizes of
from $2,0C0 to $3,000 will go to tho
winners In pony racing, roping, tying
and rlllo and revolver shooting.
Tho gnla week will bring forth ar
tistic and elnbnrnto decorations that
will surpass oven thoso of Chicago's
great world fair.
Lincoln park will linvo a spectacu
lar Elks floral display, depicting tho
dlnl of a clock which will ho repro
duced In flowors of purplo and white.
Tho hands of tho clock will ho point
ing to tho hour of oloven.
Michigan nvonuo from Elovonth
Btreet to tho now brldgo of tho boule
vard link, a dlstauco of two miles,
will bo n vorltnblo fairyland. It will
be transformed Into a court of honor.
Popular Recorder of
All the ornamental poles that carry
their myriad lights will ho draped In
Elks colors. There will bo n pylon
forty foot high at each street Inter
section surmounted by American and
Elks (lags Intertwined. Thero will bo
electric fountains on tho lake front
that will Hare up like sparks from a
Hundreds of thousands of dollars
will be spent by tho big stores of
State street to transform tho fronts
of their imposing structures into
(pinlnt and foreign effects. Tho en
trance to each store nnd shop wilt bo
a replica of some woll known historic
spot. For Instance, to buy haberdash
ery ono may enter tin ancient French
cathedral, or to buy lingerie, milady
may pass solemnly through tho som
bre portals of n Spanish mission of
a thousand years ago.
The entire city will conform to tho
general scheme, keeping such depar
tures to the street levol and bedeck
ing tho upper portions of buildings
with Elks colors nnd huntings.
As tho contra! figure In tho Inflnlto
Illumination of the city, there will bo
an elk's head, the largest over built,
nt tho entrance of Grant Park, Hash
ing out waves of colored lights from
thousands of lucandescents.
Sixty thousand dollars worth of pic
turesque floats are now being con
structed or have boon constructed in
Chicago for tho monster night pnrado
and electrical display, which will bo
an outstanding feature of tho week.
Tho marchers will number nearly
250,000 Elks from all parts of tho
country. They will bo grouped by
states. Each group will bo preceded
by characteristic floats and accompan
ied by selected bands. Mombors of
each group will wear tho costumo rep
resentative of their own stato, thus
contributing a fancy dress appear
unco to tho pageant.
Tho lino of march along Michigan
nvonuo will bo Hanked by grand
stands, and airplanes with vnrl-col-ored
lights will guide tho mnrchorfl
through tho downtown streota. Tho
pageant will bo tho most spectacular
over attempted In Chicago.
Thlrty-llvo states at least will tako
part in tho parade, which will bo on
tho evening of July 7, and will bo tho
greatest pngeaut ever staged by Elk
dom. Tho prlzo committee Is now nhlo to
nnuouuco the following prizes to bo
nwnrded: For the best appearing
lodge in lino, beautiful silk Hags; for
most unlquo appearing lotlgo (no
comedy costumes permitted) silk
flags; for best drill team, llrst ?C50;
second, $32.; best Elks baud, first,
$G.r)0; second, $323; host stato float,
$730; second, $300; third, $230; host
lodge Hoat, silver punch bowl; sec
ond, silver cup; best decorated build
ings in loop will recolvo flvo prizes.
Trnvelers all over tho country are
to bo reminded of tho big meeting
by posters in railroad stations and
other conspicuous places. There will
bo special railroad rates of n faro
and ono-thlrd for round trip tickets
from all parts of tho country.
Tho convention will bo hold at tho
great Auditorium Theater nnd tho na
tional headquarters of tho Grand
Lodgo will be at tho Congress Hotel.
Deeds of Cook County.