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HEADS OF CITY DEPARTMENTS
MEMBERS OF 8) tit I OF EDUCATION
AND JUDGES OF MUNICIPAL COURT
CHICAGO IS 10
L. A. GODDARD
President of the State Bank of Chicago, Who Predicted Good Times to the
City Hall Republicans to Carry
Fight to September
Leaders of tho Thompson-Lundln
organization announco that they will
mako a fight at tho Soptcmbcr prl
inary for tho following:
Klcctlon of congrcssmon In tho ton
Cook County districts who will stand
for tho prlnclploo established In tho
Thompson platform which tho Htato
convention, undor tho orders of Gov
cmor Lowdon, knocked out.
Election of a, United States sen
ntor on tho samo platform.
Election of stato senators and
members of tho assembly not sub
servient to tho public utilities Inter
osts of tho stato.
Election of stato senators and
members of tho house of representa
tives who will vote for tho repeal of
tho stato public utilities law.
Nomination of completo state, con
gressional, legislative and county
Harmonize whorovcr It Is compat
ible with tho boat, Interests of tho
City Hall group, fight wherovor It
Carry tho fight to tho enemy all
along tho lino, kcop him on tho defen
sive and glvo no quarter.
Tho way to boost Chicago Is to In
vest In Chicago real estato securities.
You can't boost tho city by giving
your money to men to spond out of
Lubliner & Trinz
Owning and Operating the Following High Cbui Theatre
AU Over the City:
BIOOKAIttl TH BATHE. UU Uaooln Atcmm
O0VXKT OABDMM THKATRK, IMS North Clark Strut
KXaOMMOCmM THKATRE, AIM Brandwajr
MMBtiN THKATMC. Wth and XIlcliliw. HmUtmsI
9AM FAJUK THHJirf . Oak Park. X11UU
MBAMTOTOT TUMATMX, UU MUtraakM Ana.
rrtA9uxru thzavbe, sim limii ati
WVtT Wtm THKATBE. North Cleoro and Ttmt Knd Atoo
PAJfTaWON TirKATHB, faarMan Bead at niUn A?..
IXBNVBB TUKATKB, Dotm and CUifc Strati
WMUWN TUKATXK, WMtora ATnu ond MadUon StristU
IMIIITO TUHATRK. Lincoln near (TUaaa Av.
HARRY M. LUBLINER JOSEPH TRINZ
801 Kimball Building
Judiciary, Carr; flnanco, Littler; on
glncorlng, Clark; electrical develop
ment, Nnnco; federal rolations, Clark;
north shoro channel, Paullln; real cs
tato development, Carr; rulos, Paul
lln; stato and municipal relations,
Clark; labor, Lawloy; stono and spoil
banks, Sorgcl; health and public or
der, Nanco; Calumet Sag channel,
Muollor; Illinois valloy, Carr; employ
Hero Is a tuxpayors calendar for
taxpayers compiled by County Clork
Itobort M. Sweltzor.
In brief It is as follows:
July term Application for Judg
ment and order of salo of property of
July 1 Objections to Judgmonta In
Aug. 1 Tax salo of real estato bo
gins. Penalty tor redemption tax sales
may bo as high as G por cont, added to
taxes or assessments each six months
after salo. Proporty may bo re
doomed any time within two years
uftor sulo nt olllco of county cletk.
William H. Lyman, the popular for
mer senator and aldorman, la at ths
bead of the bit public contracting
firm of W. H. Lgrmaa ft C.
IT is easy to be wrong
when you guess at tele
phone numbers and the
result is annoying to the
person called in error.
The operator, too, is
blamed, whereas she has
simply called the num
ber asked for.
Always make Bure of
tho number by consulting
the telephone directory
before calling. Following
this custom will improve
the entire service.
William Halo Thompson, Mayor.
Charles C. Fltzmorris, Secretary.
Room 607, 6th floor, City Hall.
Henry Stucknrt, Treasurer.
Room 203, 2nd floor, City Hall.
Jnmos T. Igoo, City Clerk.
Edward J. Paddcn, Chief Clerk.
Rooms 107-108, 1st floor, City HalL
Georgo F. Harding, Comptroller.
Loula IS. Oosselln, Doputy Comptrol
ler. Room 601, 6th floor, City HalL
Wm. H. Wosbey, Collector.
Goorco Lohnmu, Deputy Collector.
Department of Health
John Dill Robertson, M. D, Com-
Gottfried Koehler, M. D., Assistant
E. n. Prltchard, Secretary.
Room 707, 7th floor, City Hall.
Bureau of Engineering
John Erlcson, City Engineer.
Wm. J. Rocb, Chief Clerk.
Room 412, City Hall.
W. J. McCourt, Superintendent.
Goo. J. Feser, Chief Clerk.
Rooms 101-102, City Hall (Pay
Water Pipe Extension
Hugh L. Lucas, Superintendent.
Thomas F. Kternan, Ant. Saperia
tendent. Room 404, 4th floor, Olty HalL
Bureau of 8ewer
Qoorc E. McOratb, Superintendent.
Edward" F. Cullorton, CWf Clerk.
Bureau of Maps and Plata
John D. Riley, Superintendent.
T. C. Philips, Engineer of .Surveys.
Bureau of Qaa and Electricity
William J. Keith, Coraralaslever.
John E. Bradley, Chief Clerk.
City Oil Inspector
Paul Henderson, Inspootor.
Charles Vavrllt, Chief Deputy.
Wm. F. Gorman, Assistant
C. W. KallBl.
Vlrtna C. Rohm, Builnesa Asent.
P. C. Schafer, Chtof Clerk.
Department of Compensation
H. V. McOurren, Superintendent
Inspector of Weights and Measure
Morris Eller, City Sealer.
W. F. Cluett, Chief Deputy.
Board of Examining Engineer
Room 1008, City HalL
Edward F. Mlllor, President
E. F. Moore, 1st Vice-President
James N. Sponcor, 2d Vice-President
Board of Examining Plumber
Charles K. Todd, Master Plumber.
T3C lv ar,. .yitrneyman Plumb-
Chief of Operating Engineers
John C. Hayes.
Department t ew Welfare
Mrs. Louise OSDcrno Rowe, Com
missioner. James W. CMloy, Supt. of Employ
ment. Room 805, City Hall Square Bide
Civil Service Commleeltn
Porcy B. Coffin, President
Chas. E. Trader.
Joseph P. Geary.
Mark II. Placo, Secretary.
Room 610, 0th floor, City HalL
Board of Local Improvement
M. J. Faherty, President
Jos. J. Ellas.
David M. Clark.
Irne Pease Mantony.
Edward J. Glacken, Secretary and
Superintendent of SpeciiJ Assess
ments.. Roomtt07, 2nd floor, City HalL
Philip C. Delofontalne.
Room COS, City Hall.
Room 111, City Hall.
Inspector of Steam Heller
deo. E. Nye, Iaajttator.
Harry A. Granals, Chief Clerk.
Charles Bostrem, CoBaailssloner.
Roltort Kulflit, Deputy Commis
sioner. Peter C. Hoey, Secretary.
Board of Election Commissioner
Frank X. RydzewaU.
Third floor, Olty HalL
John Dill Robertson, H. D., Ckalr
man. RT. J. McNamee
Dr. Anna Dwyer.
Dr. Emil G. Hlrsh.
Vannle Specter, Beeretary.
Chief Janitor City Hall
Tfcomas O'Connor, Fire MarekaL
P. J. Doeafce lit Auiaeamt
Edward J. Buckley, 2d Assistant
Frank W. Swenlo, Chief Operator.
R. F. Kolkor, Jr.
Dr. M. J. Purcell.
Dr. A. Lowlo, Asst City Physician.
Dr. Clara Suppel, Asst. City Phy
sician. Bureau of Fire Prevention and Public
J. C. McDonnell, Chief.
John J. Garrlty, General Superin
tendent Room 605.
John Alcock, First Doputy Supt.,
Si Mayor, Socrotary Bureau of Po.
lice Records. Room 1001.
P. J. Ward, Vehicle Bnreau. Room
Henry h. Hudson, Examiner of Pub
lic Chauffeurs. Room C07.
Samuol Ettolson, Corporation Coun
sel. Charles S. Trnncls, City Attorney.
Josopn Sullivan, Cblof Assistant
Charles J. Peters.
Room C02, City Hull.
Harry P. Mlllor. Prosecuting Attor
ney. Daniel Webster, 1st Asst.
L. R. Poquett, Chief Clerk.
Harry T. Atwood, Special Assess
Georgo J. Frazer, Chief Clerk and
Attorney for Board of Local Im
provements. Board of Bridewell Inspectors
Ralph E. Esau, Chairman.
Joseph J. Janda, Secretary
John J. Sloan.
26th St. and California Ave.
Bailiff of the Municipal Court
Denis J. Egen.
Municipal Court City of Chicago.
Room 916, City Hall.
Goo. B. Holmos.
Caverly, John R.
Trad, Daalel P.
Fisher, Harry M.
Cook, W. M.
Fry, Sheridan E.
Goaamlll, William N.
Graham, Frank H.
Swanson, J. A.
Jareckl, Edmund K.
La Buy, Joseph B.
Newcomer, John R.
PrludlTille, John K.
Rafferty, Joseph P.
Stewart, Hugh R.
Doyle, Leo J.
Barassa, Bernard P.
Hass, J. F."
Sullivan, Dennis W.
Trade, Samuel H.
Williams, Charles A.
Wells, Hosea W.
J. Kent Green, Legal Assistant
Roy E. Miller, Chief Clerk.
At large William E. Mssen, Rep.
Richard Yates, Rep.
1 'Martin B. Maddsn, Rep.
2 'James R. Mann, Rep.
3 'William W. Wilson, Rep.
4 'John W. Ralnsy, Dam.
6 'Adplph J. Sabath, Dam.
6 'James McAndrews, Dem.
7 'Niels Juul, Rep.
8 'Thomao Gallagher, Dem.
9 'Fred A. Britten, Rep.
10 Carl R. Chlndblom, Rep.
11 lra C. Oopley, Rep.
12 'Charles E. Fuller, Rep.
13 'John C. McKenxle, Rep.
14Wllllam J. Graham, Rep.
15 'Edward J. King, Rep.
16 'Clifford Ireland, Rep.
17 Frank L. Smith, Rep.
18 'Joseph G. Cannon, Rep.
10 'William B. McKlnley, Rep,
20 'Henry T. Ralney, Dam.
21 'Loren E. Wheeler, Rep.
22 'William A. Rodenbtrg, Rep.
23 'Martin D. Fester, Dem.
24 'Thomas 8. Williams, Rep.
25 'Edward E. Denlsen. Rep.
THE CITY COUNCIL
Wnr.l. niectc.t lV.'O. Holdover.
1 J. J, CoiiKhlln, T) M. Konna, D.
2 n. It. Jaolcson, n.L. n Anderson, It.
3 U. B. Schwartz, d.j. ji. Fnssmoro, It.
4 J. A. lllchert. r.T. A. HoBan. b.
5 n. J. Mulcaliy. D. J.n.Mononoufrh.D.
0 C. 11. Eaton, R.. A.A.M'Cormlclc, It.
7 O. Ouornsoy, K..W. 11. Fotzor, 11.
8 M. S. Furman. D.lt.A.Woodhull, D.
9 S. W. Oovlor, D. . O. Madderom, It.
10 J. McNIcholB. D. Kranlc Klaus. D.
11 U KutlcowHkl, D.Vao to be niled.
12 J, Copnlc, D A. J. Cormalc. D.
13 J, O. Home, D,,8. O. Shatter, R.
14 J. H. Smith, D..O. M Maypole, D.
IS O. II. Olsen, n...K(l. J. Kalndl. D.
10 .T.A.l'lotrowsld.D.S. II. Kunz. D.
18 M.F.KavanaBh.D.Jolin J. Tuohy, D,
19 J. n. Ilowlor, D,,John Powors, D.
20 M, Franz, D Honry li. Flok, D.
21 C, J. Apnew, It..Dornov Crowe, D.
22 L. C. Klein, D...Math.IIIbbeler, It,
23 W. P. Stoffen, n.T. O. Wallacol It
24 J. Underlain, D.. Jan. Dorney, It.
2B F, J. Link, It.... II. D. Capltaln, It.
20 T, It. Caspers, D-.Wm. P. Iilpps, R.
27 C. JonBon, D 13, It. ArmltaBe, It.
28 M.Adamowskl, D.a. F. Smith, D.
29 T. F. nyrno. D..J. r. Kovarlk, D.
30 W. It, OToole, D.Jas. F. Burns, It.
31 T. F. Moran. D.. Scott M. HoBan, It
32 J. II. Lyie, U....A. J. Fisher, It.
S3 A.O Anderson, It.J. P. Garner, It.
34 J. Toman, D .Tos.O.Kotnr, D.
35 T. J, Lynch, D...Jolin S. Clark, D,
Action Against Legislative Repre
sentation Means Battle.
PREDICT BASIC LAW DEFEAT
Cook County Delegates Assert Pres
sure Will Bo Brought to Bear
to Squelch Entire Pro
gram Mapped Out.
SprliiKllclil. Troulili' N liri-wlin; In
tilt I'oimtllutloiiiil cuiivi'iitluii. c'lil
vum (Ifk-guti's uru Imcl; tit tln m-s-
Sloll till- Wt'l'k, llllt tlll IIIICO (IMT
tin- iilli'KL'il uiifiih' llmltiitlun tikRcd
on Cook count )' roproxiMiliillon in
the .statu IrjiMuturt' the put vu-ok
by tho Mink1 law inuki-iw.
Unless Miiiii'thlnj,' iiioiv iitiiltiiiili Ih
worked out mill sreefl tipon tliuy
luvillctcd the defeat of the new basic.
luw anil the wate of ..'UU.UUO of thu
luxpayeiV iuoiif,. Tluit In the eMl
mated cost of the coiiwntluti.
liowiitlutu Imx tleeltletl, on the Ih-st
reading, to take two-third of tin- sen
ate and a majority of the house per
manently, iVKiinltcsx of whether t'lil
eago has more population ami voter
than all of the other 101 'enmities,
Imij-h more than half of the taxes,
builds an overwhelming majority of
the iiilleuKu of permanent road", and
contributes a lare percentage of the
This means that Chlciifio's repre
sentation in the senate Is not only
limited to one-third, but Is mtually
reduced. It has mre than one-third
now. Chicago Is wild to have been
cheated out of this lepreseiitnllon by
tho refusal of dowustate leKlshitors
t obey the pro-out basic law mid
redlstrlct the state In Hilt), accord
at least two senators and six repre
liiK to population. My that process
sentutlves have been denied Chli'iipi.
CIiIciiko Is denied at least four dele
Kates, by tho same trick, In the pres
ent constitutional convention.
Chicago delegates are threatenlnc
to start trouble. They assert frankly
no delegate from Chicago can sup
port a constitution with this appor
tionment plank In It, and that every
one wlio desires io remain In politics
must openly oppose such a constitu
tion. Therefore, they arnue, why not en
courage union labor, the nmnufne
turorx, the railroads, and other atren
cles which are Inteiested In the con
stitution, to line up ncalnst It unless
tho (liiuiisliile (h-leates aure this
week to do what Is fair relative to
It Is the p'neral belief the Thump-son-l.uhdln
urKiinlxntlon will not as
sist In lhi adoption of the now coustl
tntlon and would welcome V Kood
excuse to Kot out on the house tops
at once and beln .veiling au'iilust It.
There Is opportiiully io revise the
scheme on second reading. Mut It l
now the plan of dowustate lender to
prevent consideration of apportion
ment on second roadlnc until Ohleuim
delegates have voted on llrst ivadliiK
upon all other Important articles of
the now constitution.
In answer to the statement of Pole
irate Mariiian of Maiouplii ctuinty that
the element of tines that come from
Cook county Is not a factor In do
termlulni; Us representation, Oelepito
He Vounir took the former to task
for such a statement, showing that
Cool; county pas two-thirds of the
Inheritance taxes .if the stato, -10 per
cent of the hard road lax and yet
will receive less than '-'00 miles of
hard road out of the I.M) miles pro
jected, and also pays one-half of the
jreneral taxes of the slate.
"It Is taxation without representa
tion and ,vou cannot deny It by build
Iiik ui any false premises for your
arguments for llinltlni; Cook coiint.v
upon n territorial bnts," he said. "Ilj
this plan you will disfranchise thou
sands of workers In my own district
and kIvp to some of the little down
state counties a vole worth as much
as 1110 votes In my district."
I''ollowiii!.' tho adoption of the limi
tation proposal, Dolomite Charles .1
Allchal asked that tho con-con recess
Otirlni; tho Democratic national con
vention. Ills request was lost In a flood of
remarks' that roused his I ret He
called attention to the fact that thr
convention had recessed ten days for
tho 0. O. r. national meet, when none
of Its members were dolomites, and
only two were alternates.
There nro four members In tho con
con, ho said, who o to San Francisco
ns delegates to tho convention (hero
and others who wish to make tho trip
"If this Is the spirit that Is iroliu:
to ho manifested hero," he said, when
ho failed to net serious consideration
of his request, "I shall tako It upon
myself horeafter to be nmilust over)'
proposition advanced here, and there
will bo others with me.
"If this Is (,'oIiik to bo a pnrty nfl'nlr
and you uro k'Iiib to Unlit me, I will
light you with tho snuio standard "
Dolomites Mlchnl, O'Mrleii, Quliin
and Dovo no to the Democratic con
vontlon as delegates.
Tho committee of the whole ndoptei1
tho report of tho nirrlculturo commit
too to authorize tho leirlsluturo to es
tablish a rural credit system. It
would lmvo tho state provide funds
to bo loaned to purchrfsers of farm
land, In tho hope of decreasing ten
antry nnd Increoslng tho food production.
HS?JBHltt " sir 4s3 .Kf
I IsHMHBBBBBBBBBDBaBBBBBBBBBK. & flslBBBBBBHil
CHARLES B. WILLEY
Leader In the Business World and Popular Clubman, Who Is Chairman of
the Athletics Committee for the Great Elks Week.
C. B. WILLEY HELPS
Charles H. Wllley, popular club
man, lauding citizen and big Chicago
manufacturer. Is doing great work In
managing the big athletic events for
the Klks great convention and cele
bration to be hold In Chlcngo tho
week of July C.
The athletic program promises to
bo a groat fenture.
Tho world's third city will bo
steeped In purplo and whlto and trans
formed Into the American playground
during tho Klks convention July 5
Preparations for tho Invasion of
soino .100,000 visitors nro being pushed
forward rapidly by nil business Inter
ests In Chlcngo, nnd tho committee
In chargo of celebration plans lmvo
completed n program of entertainment
that rivals thoso of ancient Home.
Tho Incoming Klks will bo dazzled
by tho lanes of purplo and whlto, by
tho blaro of n score of bands and by
tho sheet lightning electrical display
that will sot Michigan boulevard
In tho "Loop" district nlono tliero
will bo ten thousand posters of wcl
como spattering tho skyscrnpors. Tho
fronts of buildings will bo swathed
in purplo and white, tho Klks colors,
nnd confetti and streamers of purplo
nnd whlto wilt sprlnklo the Loop from
airplanes nt midday.
Tho program of entertainment cov
ers everything from Olympic gomes
to world championship contests of
A great wild west show direct
from the far west and embracing moro
clabornto features than nny over ex
hibited before will mnko tho down
town district resound with Indian
yells, and will servo ns n bright sldo
light to tho mala piogrnm. l'rlzes of
from ?2,000 to ?5,000 will go to tho
winners In pony racing, roping, tying
and rlllo nnd revolver shooting.
Tho ciiln week will bring forth nr
tlstlc nnd elnborato decorations thnt
will surpass oven thoso of Chlcngo's
great world fair.
Lincoln park will lmvo n spectacu
lar Klks floral display, depleting tho
dial of n clock which will bo repro
duced lu Howors of purplo ond whlto.
Tho hands of tho clock will bo point
ing to tho hour of cloven.
Michigan uveniio from Kloventh
streot to tho now luidgo of tho boule
vard link, n dlstanco of two miles,
will bo a vorltablo fairyland. It will
be transformed into a court of honor.
Ml the ornamental poles that carry
their myriad lights will bo draped In
Klks colors. Thoro will bo a pylon
foity foot high nt each streot Inter
section surmounted by American nud
Klks flags intertwined. Thoro wil be
dec trie fountains on tho lake front
That will llaro up llko sparks from a
C. J. DOYLE
Popular Illinois Republican Lcjder, Able Orator and Prominent Lawyer.
Hundreds of thousands of dollars
will be spent by tho big stores of
State streot to transform tho fronts
of their Imposing structures into
quaint and foreign effects. Tho on
trance to ench storo and shop will bo
a replica of somo well known historic
spot, for instance, to buy haberdash
ery one may enter nn nnciont French
cathedral, or to buy llngorle, milady
may pass solomnly through tho som
bre portals of n Spanish mission of
a thousand years ago.
Tho entlro city will conform to tho
general scheme, keeping such depar
tures to tho street level and bedeck
ing the upper portions of buildings
with Klks colors and buntings.
As tho central II g uro In tho Infinite
Illumination of tho city, thoro will bo
an elk's hend, tho largest over built,
nt tho entrnnco of Grant Park, flash
ing out waves of colored lights from
thousands of Incnndcsccnts.
Sixty thousand dollars worth of pic
turosquo floats nro now being con
structed or lmvo boon constructed In
Chlcngo for tho monstor night parade
nnd electrical display, which will bo
an outstanding fenturo of tho wcok.
Tho marchers will niimbor nearly
250,000 Klks from nil parts of tho
countiy. They will bo grouped by
states. Kach group will bo preceded
by characteristic floats and accompan
ied by selected bands. Mombors of
each group will wear tho enstumo rep
resentative of their own stato, thus
contributing a. fancy dross nppcar
nncu to the pageant.
Tho lino of march along Michigan
nvoii'io will bo flanked by grand
stands, nnd nlrplanes with varl-col-ored
lights will guldo tho marchers
through tho downtown streots, Tho
pageant will bo tho most spectacular
over attempted In Chlcngo.
Thlrty-llvo states nt least will tako
pnit in tho parade, which will bo on
tho evening of July 7, nnd will bo tho
grentcst pageant over staged by Klk
iloni, Tho prize commltteo Is now able to
nnuounco the following prizes to bo
a warded: l'or tho host nppoarlng
lodgo In line, beautiful silk flags; for
most unique appearing lodgo (no
comedy costumes permitted) silk
flags; for best drill team, first GG0;
second, $:il'r; best Klks baud, first,
1050; second, $32.r; host statu float,
$"r.O; second, Sr.00; third, $250; best
lodgo float, nllver punch bowl; sec
ond, silver cup; best docoratod build
ings In loop will rocelvo 11 vo prizes.
Travelers all over tho country nro
to bo reminded of tho big meeting
by posters lu railroad stations and
othor conspicuous placos. Thoro will
bo special railroad ruton of a faro
and ouo-thlrd for round trip tickets
fiom nil ports of tho country.
Tho convention will bo hold nt tho
groat Auditorium Theater and tho na
tional headquarters of tho Grand
Lodgo will bo at tho Congross Hotel.
Pounla J. Kgan is a Democratic
loader of force, ability and popularity.