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EDMUND D. HULDERT
President of the Merchants Loan and Trust Co,, and the Illinois Trust &
SLATE FOR STATE
AND COUNTY OFFICES
Mayor Thompson's followers In the
Republican party hnvo agreed upon
tho following slnto:
United States 'Senator Frank L.
Governor Lon Small.
Secretary of State Commissioner
of Public Sorvlco William H. Held.
Coroner Pctor M. Hoffman (In
cumbent). Stnto'B Attorney Judgo Itobort E.
Clork of tho Circuit Court August
W. Miller. ,
Cleiit Superior Court Samuel E.
Clerk Appollato Court Stato Son
a tor Francis P, Drady or Assistant
Corporation Counsel Roy Gasklll.
County Itccordor Alderman John
Doard of Rovlow Charles V. Bar
Board of Assessors William II.
Wobor and Adam Wolf (Incumbonts).
Sanitary District Trustco Alex.
Todd, City Scalor Morris Ellor and
Lawrence F. King.
W. D. Carlllo Is giving general sat
isfaction as poetmastor of Chicago.
His successful handling of this groat
and important ofllco roflocta groat
crodlt upon tho national administra
tion. Tho public Is well satisfied and
Mr. Carlilo's ability and courtesy havo
won for hlmsolf and Prosldont Wilson
many words of commondntlon.
ad Opwatiat the Following High Class
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HARRY M. LUBLINER
FINED FOR GRAFTING
Following nn investigation of pott
graft In tho internal rovenuo depart
ment, which resulted In tho discov
ery that thousands of dollars' worth
of liquor had been Bold to druggists
and saloon keepers by employes dur
ing tho lost tlirco months, two deputy
collectors wcro ordered arrested.
Immediately aftor tho warrants
were Issued Collector Hnrry W. Mag
cr announced that thcro had hcon
nlnoty-two dismissals from tho sor
vlco in his department slnco Feb. 1.
Many employes of whom wcro forced
to resign for.cnuso Involving moral
turpitude, criminality, or Incompe
tence. Twenty-two woro dismissed
nnd two aro now undor suspension,
A few of tho men woro prosecuted,
but in most cases becauso of Insm'
flclont ovldonco no warrants wcro
John U. Smyth, the well known In
surance man, with offices at 716 West
Madison street, li one of the rising
young men of Chicago. He is popular,
ablo and energotlo and Is a booster
for everything that makes for the bet
torment of this, his native city.
Joha T. Morran u weH taejwm aa4
popular lawyer, woult make a aje4
Automoblllsts who flash their
"bright lights" In tho oyos of pedes
trians nnd othor nutolsts -causo most of
the auto accidents.
THE mouthpiece is an
important part of your
telephone. When it is
broken, the sound waves
are imperfectly transmitted
and the service suffers.
In Chicago approximately
70,455 broken telephone
mouthpieces have to be re
Think of the labor and the
material involved in replac
ing 70,455 broken mouth
pieces in the offices, homes,
factories and warehouses of
Careful handling of the
avoids waste and faulty
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HEADS W &T)l HMM1ENK
MEMIIRS OF IMM ft? EDUCATION
AND JUDGES OF MUNICIPXL COURT
William Halo Thompson, Mayor.
Charles C. Fitzmorris, Secretary.
Room 607, 6th floor, City Hall.
Henry Stuckart, Treasurer.
Itoom 203, 2nd floor, City HalL
Jatnoo T. Igoo, City Clerk.
Edward J. Padden, Chief Clerk.
Rooms 107-108, 1st floor, City HalL
George F. Harding, Comptroller.
Louis E. Qossolln, Doputy Comptrol
ler. Room C01, 8th floor, City HalL
Wm. H. Wcsboy, Collector.
Goorco Lohman, Deputy Collector.
Department of Health
John Dill Robertson, M. D, Com
missioner. Gottfried Koehlor, M. D., Assistant
E. R. Prltchard, Secretary.
Room 707, 7th floor, City Hall.
Bureau of Engineering
John Erlcson, City Engineer.
Wm. J. Roche, Chief Clerk.
Room 402, City Hall.
W. J. McCourt, Superintendent
Geo. J. Feser, Chief Clerk.
Rooms 101-102, City Hall (Par
Water Pipe Extension
Hugh L. Lucas, Superintendent.
Thomas F. Klornan, Asst. Superin
tendent. Room 404, 4tk floor, City HaM.
Bureau of 8ewera
George E. McGratb, Superintendent.
Edward F. Cullorton, Chief Clark.
Bureau of Maps and Plata
John D. Rlloy, Superintendent
T. C. Philips, Enginoor ot Surreys.
Bureau of Gas and Electricity
William J. Kolth, Commissioner.
John E. Bradley, Chief Clerk.
City Oil Inspector
Paul Henderson, Inspector.
Charles Vavrik, Chief Deputy.
Wm. F. Gorman, Assistant
C. W. Kallal.
Virtus C. Rohm, Business Agent
P. C. Schafor, Chief Clark.
Department of Compensation
H. V. McQurren, Superintendent
Inspector of Weights anal Measui
Morris Hiler, City sealer.
W. F. Cluett, Chief Deputy.
Beard of Examtnlno Eaalnaei
Room low, City Ban.
Edward F. Miller, President
E. F. Moore, 1st Vice-President
James N. Spencer, 2d Vice-President
Board of Examining Plumbers
Charles K. Todd, Master rHaaaar.
IBS. V. SWasaj jtstrneynuin Pruab
. Chief of Operating Engtm
John C. Hayes.
Department etf Nasi Welfai
Mrs. Louise Osborne Rowe, Com
missloner. James W. Calley, Supt. of Employ
ment. Room 805, City Hall Square Bids'.
Civil Service Commission
Percy B. Coffin, President
Cbss. E. Frailer.
Joseph P. Goary.
Mark H. Place, Secretary.
Room 610, 6th floor, City HalL
Board of Local Improvements
M. J. Faherty, President
Jos. J. Ellas.
David M. Clark.
Irne Pease Mantony.
Edward J. Glaoken, Secretary and
Superintendent of Special Assess
ments. Room 207, 2nd floor, City Hall.
Philip C. Delotontalne.
Room 106, Olty Hall.
Room 11L Glty Hall.
Inspector of Steam Etellero
Qeo. E. Nye, lasptciax.
Harry A. Granule, Chief Clerk.
Charles Bosarem, Commlsslener.
Itdaert Knight, Deputy Commis
sioner. Pstor C. Hoey, Sseratary.
Board of Election Commissioners
Frank X. RydsewsU.
Third floor, City HalL
John Dill Robertson, M. D., Cnalr
man. Rer. J. McNamea
Dr. Anna Dowr.
Dr. Bmll G. Hlrsh.
Vaanla Speoter, gaeratary.
CMsf JanlUr City Hall
Edward J. Iluckloy, 2d Assistant
Frank W. Swenlo, Chief Operator.
R. F. Kolkor, Jr.
Dr. M. J. Purcell.
Dr. A. Lewis, Asst City Physician.
Dr. Clara Suppol, Asst City Phy
sician. Bureau of Fire Prevention and Publlo
J. C. McDonnell, Chiof.
John J. Canity, General Superin
tendent Room 606.
John Alcock, First Deputy Sunt,
SI Mayer, Secretary Bureau of Po
lice Records. Room 100L
P. J. Ward, Vehicle Bureau. Room
Henry L. Hudson, Examiner of Pub
llo Chauffeurs. Room 607.
Samuol EUoIbou, Cornoratlon Coun
sel. Charlos 2 Francis, City Attorney.
Joaoph Sullivan, Chief Assistant
Charlos J. rotors.
Room C02, City Hall.
Harry P. Miller, Prosecuting Attor
ney. Daniel Webster, 1st Asst.
L. R. l'oquott, Chief Clerk.
Harry T. Atwood, Special Assess
Georgo J. Frazer, Chief Clerk and
Attornoy for Board of Local Im
provements. Board of Bride well Inspectors
Ralph E. Esau, Chairman.
Josoph J. Janda, Secretary.
John J. Sloan.
26th St. and California Ave.
Bailiff of the Municipal Ceurt
Denis J. Kcan.
Municipal Courts City ef Chicago.
Room 916, City HalL
Goo. B. Holmes.
Caverly, John R.
Trade, Daniel P.
Fisher, Harry M.
Cook, W. M.
Fry, Sheridan E.
GemmlU, William N.
Oraham, Frank H
Swanson, J. A.
Jareoki, Edmund K.
La Buy, Joseph B.
Newcomer, John It
Prindlville, John K.
Rafferts', Joseph P.
Stewart, Hugh R.
Doyle, Leo J.
BarasBa, Dernard P.
Haas, J. F.
SuUlvaa, Denals W.
Trude, Samuel H.
WmToms, Charles A.
Wells, Hosea W.
J. Kent Green, Logal Assistant.
Roy E. Miller, Chlet Orerk.
District "" -
At large William E. Mason, Rep.
Richard Yates, Rep.
1 Martln B. Madden, Ren.
2 'James R. Mann, Rep,
3 William W. Wilson, Rep.
'John W, Ralney. dim.
5 Adolph J. Sabnth, Dsm.
6 Mames McAndrews, Dsm.
7 'Niels Juul, Rep.
S Thomas Gallaahsr, Denv
9 Fred A. Britten, Rep.
10 Carl R. Chlndblom, Rep.
11 lra C. Copley, Rep.
12 Charles E. Fuller, Rep.
13 John C. McKenzle, Rep.
14 William J. Graham, Rep.
15 Edward J. King, Rep.
16 Clifford Ireland, Rep.
17 Frank L. 8mlth, Rep.
18 'Joseph G. Cannon, Rep.
10 William B. McKlnley, Rep.
20 "Henry T. Ralney, Dem.
21 Loren E. Wheeler, Rep.
22 William A. Rodenberg, Rep.
23 Mart!n D. Foater, Dem.
24 Thomas 8. Williams, Rep,
25 Edward E. Denlson, Rep.
THE CITY COUNCIL
Ward. Kleclol 1020. Holdover.
1 J. ,T. CouBhlln, D M. Konna, D.
2 It. It. Jnclcson, It.U n. Anderson, It.
3 U. S. Schwartz; D J. II. I'nsamoro, II.
4 J. A. nicliert. D.T. A. Hogan, D.
B H. J. Mulcahy. D.JiIi.MononouRh.D,
n C. K. Eaton, It. . A.A.'M'Cormlok, It.
7 O. auernsoy. H..W. It. Fetzor, It.
8-iM. 8. Furman, D.H.A.Woodhul, T.
0 S. W. Oovler. D..O. Maddorom, R.
10 J. McNIchols. . Frnnlc Klaus. D.
11 U ItutlcowHlc), D.Vac. to bo Mled.
12 J. Cepalt, D A. 3, Cermalt, D.
13 J. Q. Home, D..S. O. Shatter, It.
14 J. H. Smith, D..O. M. Maypole, D.
IB O. it oisen. Il...Kd. J. Kalndl. D.
IS J.A.Plotrowsltl.D.H. II. Kunz, D.
17 S.S.Walkowlak,ps.Adamklewlorv D.
18 M.F.Kavanaeh.D.John J. Tuohy. D.
19 J. D. Bowler, D...Tohn Powers, D.
20 M. Franr, D Henry U Flck, D.
21 c. J. Aanew, U..norsey Crowe, D.
22 U C. Klein. D. . .Math.Hlbbelor. It.
23 W. P. Steffen, It.T. O. Wallaco. It
24 J. Haderlaln. D,.Jas. Domor, It.
?5 E' I' Link, It... .H. D. CanUaln, n.
20 T. R. Caspers, D.Wm. p. tlpps, R.
2l 9i Jensen, D n. R. Armltag-e, R.
28 M.Adamowskl, U.C F. Smith. D.
29 T. F. Byrne. D..J. r. Kovarlk, D.
so w. R. tyToole, D.Jas. T. Burns, R.
31 T. F. Moran. D.. Scott M. Hosran. R.
32 i H. Lyle. R....A. J. Fisher. R.
33 A.O Anderson, R.J. V. Oirntr, R.
34 J. Toman, D Jos.O.Koetner, D.
35 T. J. Lynch. D... John & Clark, D.
c? i. k:
SprltiKflold. In nn effort to obtain
n more uniform umrkut quotation for
live stock the Illinois Agricultural as
sociation 1ms la-Run Its llrst iiunrtcrly
live stock survey of llllnoN, "Tho
most promising remedy," fn4 II. V.
Mumford, director of the deiartinent,
"Is to Hecure a more even distribu
tion of receipts nt hinto imirl.pts. It la
folly to continue producing live stock
without rPKiml to market demands."
Tho "remedy," Mr. Mumford ex
plained, Is to take the sharp ups nnd
downs out of the prices that occur
over nluht nnd fnnn week to week.
SnrltiKllelrt. ltond IiuIMIiik In Illi
nois Is frettlr u spthiiek despite nil
the efforts of the state department of
public works mid buildings to keep It
Kolnir, (my mi iiiinounceiiu'iit by the
department. The material shortage,
combined with labor (lllllriiltles ntul
the car scarcity, Is checking the prog
ress, a, K. Ilrndt, depiirtment dlrdctor,
says. There Is now much doubt as to
whether the department's plan for
completing Its modllled program of
road building can be completed by tho
end of this season as was hoped, Sir.
Zlon City. John A. Lewis, better
known as "Klljah II," pretender to the
power of John Alexander Dowle,
founder of Zlon City, Is dead nt his
home of heart disease. He was seventy-three
years old. Lewis was Dowle's
legal adviser and when the bead of tho
ZIon church died he cited Lewis In his
will ns his successor. Wilbur Glenn
Vollvn, tho llr.st overseer ot Zlon, con
tested Lewis' right to tho succession,
and wns elected head of the church.
Springfield. "Home rule" for Illi
nois municipalities has been killed In
the state constitutional convention.
Delegates voting on the question to
Incorporate n provision for permitting
state-wide "home rule" for municipali
ties In tho new basic law of the state,
defeated tho proposal, thereby reduc
ing to Junk tho work of months by the
committee on municipal government.
Gnlesburg. Prof. S. fi. Qrimth of
tho chair of chemistry at Knox col
lege, president of the Illinois Academy
of Science, died from the effects of n
fall from a ladder while picking cher
ries. Ills back wns broken. North
western university, nt Its recent com
mencement, conferred an honorary de
greo on Professor fJrllllth because of
'his scientific attainments.
Chicago. One academic year as
president of Northwestern university
lins proved too great a drain upon the
physical resources of Dr. Lynn Har
old Hough. Ho presented his resigna
tion to the hoard of trustees. Oliver
T. Wilson, president of the bonrd. said
that tho resignation would bo accept
ed nt a nearly meeting. It Is effective
Itockford. Hock River conference
of the Methodist KpNcopnl church will
open Its annual conference nt Itock
ford on September "0, with Rli-hon
Frank Bristol of Chattanooga, Tcnn.,
'an presiding olllcer. For the llrst time
, In tho history of tho conference there
will bo nn equal representation of lay
and ministerial delegates.
Springfield. There woro n totol ol
( 2,210 visitors nt tho Lincoln monu
ment, Springfield, during tho month ol
June, a report shows. They cam,
.from all over tho world. Tho Dlstrlel
of Columbia lutd J-Pj, ljrn.ll 2: Canada
.1, Germany 1. 'Greece 1, Ireland 1
Manchurln 1, Now Zealand 3, Nonvaj
,1 nnd Pyrin 1.
I Chicago. Iteque.st maiio ny a milli
liter of Illinois phyMclnns for n greater
number of prescription blanks for
i whisky than the 100 allowed every
three months will bo denied, Cnpt. Hu
bert "iTnwnrd, federal prohibition di
rector for Illinois, announced after n
conference with several Chicago phy
sicians. Shclhyvllle. The Shelbyvlllo coun
ty board of supervisors at n special
(Session voted S.l.noo to tho widow of
Deputy Sheriff Sidney Hrlggs, who
was recently shot by a man whom lif
was trying to arrest. Hrlggs bail
served ns sheriff nnd deputy for fen
Springfield. llenlth conditions are
unusually good In Illinois says tiie
latest health report listing l.rl dli'h
therla cases, 1!VT scnrlet fever ca s,
f0 smallpox cases and Tm pneumonia
cases, with tho majority of nil In Chi
cago. Leaf River. By a majority of bill
10 votes tho proposition to cstnbllsb
n community high school wns defeated
at n special election held here.
Springfield. Tho state public utili
ties -fcommlsslon suspended until No
vember 21, 1020, a proposed ndvanco In
telephono rates in Cairo.
Paris, Caleb Woodyard, seventy
seven yenrs old, tho largest private
owner of praliio land In Edgar county,
Winchester. Tho farm of ITenry
Lnu, near Winchester, Is unlquo In
that thero aro 112 different varieties of
trees growing on it. Mr. Lnu began,
in 1870, to plant on his lnnds trees of
every known kind that It was thought
would grow In this latitude.
Decatur. Charged with violating
tho fcdornl narcotic act, T. O. Buxton
and O. F. Kennedy, two prominent
physicians of Decatur, woro served
with warrants by United States Depu
ty Marshal J. W. Murray. Both waived
a hearing and gavo bond in the sum ot
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President of the Continental
OUT FOR STATES
Judge Robert E. Crowe, who ban
mndo nn excellent record on tho
bench has announced his candidacy
for state's attornoy.
Judgo Crowe's statement follows:
"As I have pointed out In detail In
my annual report ns chief Justlco of
the criminal court of Cook county, nu
alarming and deplorable condition ex
ists In tho criminal situation of Cook
county. .Murder Is dono, robberies,
larcenies and burglaries aro commit
ted, children aro vloluted and crime
runs rampant. Persons charged with
the commission ot these heinous of
fenses are nrrcsted, bound over to
the grnud Jury and Indicted. From 70
to 85 per cent are admitted to ball
on bonds, many of which aro worth
less. "For years a largo proportion of
these men walk tho streets untried,
until In many Instances by reason of
the ngc of tho coses, tho cases dlo
and tho guilty go unwhlppcd of Jus
tice. Whllo this condition has been
materially Improved during tho past
year, under my administration ns
chief Justice, tho need of a stern,
vigorous and prompt administration
of the criminal law Is continuous nnd
"Punishment should bo Just ns cer
tain as crime. Tho law's delays
should cud. Justice should bo stern,
swift nnd implacable Administration
of Justlco which falls to provide full
protection to persons In their llfo
and property and children In their In
nocence nnd vlrtuo Is weak and Inef
ficient. "I believe tho remedy lies In tho
Criminal court and in the stnto's at
torney's office. 1 mnlntnln that the
duty of tho state's attornoy Is entlro
ly defined by tho constitution and
tho statutes of this stato; that the
olfico should bo conducted ns a law
olllco solely, and all Its activities
should bo directed to serving tho
public in accordance with the law;
that It should not be used as a club
to protect friends, political or other
wise; nnd should not bo used as i
shield to protect friends, political or
otherwise; that It should not bo used
to promoto the political fortunes ot a
faction or a paity or used by tho la
cunibont as n stepping stono for po
"I am not tho candidate of any fac
tion, but, believing that by reason ot
my oxpotionco In tho stnto's attor
ney's olllco under the late John E.
W. Wnynian and the present Incum
bent, the Hon. Maelny Iloyno, and
my oxperloncu as a Judgo presiding
In and ns chief justlco of the Crim
inal court, I can bo of service to the
public ns state's attornoy In helping
to nuiko this a community of law, an.l
llfo nnd property safe for tho citizen.
Supported by a healthy and aroused
public sentiment I nm convinced that
I can bring about tho active ami har
monious co-oporatfon between tho
courts and tho stato's attoruo 's olllco
Popular Vice President of the
& Commercial National
and all other law enforcing agencies,
which Is so necessary to remedy tho
deplorable situation that exists.
"For those reasons I submit my
candidacy to tho thoughtful consldox'
utlon of all tho good pooplo of this
county, nnd pledge thoin that If lion
oied with this olllco It will bo con
ducted' solely as a law olllco, In be
half of nil tho people, In accordance
with the statutes and tho constitution
of tho stato ot Illinois, and with tho
single purposo and determination of
vigorously and promptly prosecuting
crlmo nnd In tho faithful dlschargo
of all other duties Imposed by law."
OLSON LOSES CONTEST
Judge Focll Decides that Scully
Judgo Foell has decided that Judgo
Scully wns elected Judgo of tho Coun
ty court in 1018 and a special elec
tion will have to bo hold this fall to
fill tho vacancy caused by Judge
Olson and Scully woro tho candi
dates for tho county Judgeship on the
republican nnd democratic tickets, re
spectively, In tho 101S election. Scul
ly won by a 15,000 plurality, and Ol
son filed notice of contest, alleging
wholosalo fraud In tho marking nnd
counting of ballots.
justice of the
Judgo Charles A. McDonald ot tho
Superior court was elected chief Jus
tice of tho Criminal court to succeed
Secretary of Btata Louis L. Etamsr
son lo making a fins record and many
Mends by the ablo and efficient man
ner In which ho conducts his great
Charles E. Ummach, prosldont ot
tho woll known R. Wllllanuon Com
pany, is ono of Chicago's progressive
citizens who Is always working hard
for the upbuilding of tho city, and
tho advancement of its Interests. He
stands high with everybody who
E. A. Wnngorshoim, Prosldont ot
tho Genornl Lighting Fixture Co.,
with ofllces at 28 Wost Lalco streot, ia
ono of the most popular business mon
in Chicago, IIo Is a booster and ic
always lntorostod In ovory niovo
ment to bettor tho city.
Dixon C. Williams, one or tho finest
arators In the Democratic party is
trowing In popularity. IIo would
make an Ideal member ot congross if
he would consent to run for the office.
Great Lakeo Trust Company.