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FRED W. UPHAM.
Treasurer of the Republican Natlo nal Committee Who Is Working Hard
for the Election of Harding.
John W. Eckhart, the well knowa
miller, In respected as a democrat!
Under as well as a recofniced lower
la commercial life.
Frank Johnston, Jr., able Judge of
the Circuit court, would make a
great governor of Illinois.
Colonel August W. Miller, popular
olerk of the Circuit Court Is making a
plendld public record.
Chief Mooney of the city detectlra
bureau, is one of the ablest police
officials in the United States.
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Fred W. Upham is always on hand
when Chicago wants him, whether It
Is to bring a national convention to
the city, or to win anything big for
tho town, Upham Is always the leader
In the movement.
Judge George B. Holmes Is gratify
ing his many friends with the fine
record he Is making on the Municipal
Domlnlck Marubto, tho well known
North Side teaming contractor, is
talked of for County Commissioner.
Ills proven honesty and oxecutlvo
ability would mako him a valuable
member of tho County Hoard.
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Why So Many
"X7HY are exchanges built at so many
V V different (joints in the same city?
a subscriber asks.
There arc two basic reasons for multi
' The pair of wires connecting your tele-
fhone runs right to your Central office,
f there were only one central, office in n
big city the length of subscribers' lines
to that single exchange would make the
initial cost and the upkeep nnd repair
s The other reason is technical. Kvery
operator at nftswitchboard has to be
within arm's length of all the numbers.
She must be able to connect you with
any number asked for. The reach of the
normal operator limits the capacity of
the switchboard to 10,000 lines. Hence,
as the city grows, new exchanges must
are the fundamental reasons for
- exchange devevpment.
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HEADS OF CITV DEPARTMENTS
MEMBERS Or B)U) )c EDUCATION
AND JUDGES OF MUNICIPAL COURT
William Hate Thompson, Mayor,
fbnrles C. Fltzraorris, Secretary.
Uoom 607, Eth floor, City Hall.
Henry Stuckart, Treasurer.
Itoom 203, 2nd floor, City HnlL
Jnraos T. Igoe, City Cleric
ICdward J. Padden, Chief Clerk,
ttnouis 107108, 1st floor, City HalL
George P. Harding, Comptroller,
louls S. Gosselln, Deputy Comptrol
ler. Itoom 001, 6th floor, City HalL
Wm. II. Wosboy, Collector.
Goorco Lohruan, Deputy Collector.
Department of Health
John Dill Robertson, M. D Com-
Gottfried Koehler, M. D.. Assistant
E. Ft. Prltcltard, Secretary.
Room 707, 7th floor, City Han.
Bureau of Engineering
John Krlcson, City Engineer.
Wm. J. Rocbe, Chief Clerk.
Room m, City Hall.
W. J. McCourt, Superintendent.
Geo. J. Feser, Chief Clark.
Rooms lOMOt, City HaH (Par
Water Pipe Extenalen
Hugh L. Lucas, 8?rtnta4)t.
Thomas P. Ktenaa, At. Isttrii
tendent. Room 414, 4th leer, OMf ML
Bureau of Sewer
Qoorga E. McGrath, SuporlmtaMUat
Edward P. Cullerton, CUM (Mrfc.
Bureau of Mape and flats
John D. IUloy, Superintendent.
T. C. Philips, Engineer of Surttya.
Bureau of Qas and Electricity
William J. Keith, CoamUal or.
John E. Bradley, ChM Cleflt.
City Oil Inspector
Paul Henderson, Inspector.
Charles Varrtk, Obiof Deputy.
Wm. F. Gorman, AtUnL
C. W. KaJUl. '
Virtus C. Rohm, Buslnoaa Af Mt
P. C. Schafer, Chief Cleric
Department of ComMnsatIofi
H. V. MoGurren, tJuperlntoadaat.
Inepactor of Weight and fcjea
noma Kiier, uuy oeoier.
W. F. Cluett, Chief Deputy.
Board of Examining Englnoe
Room 1008, City Hall.
Edward F. Miller, President
EL F. Moore, IK Vice-President.
James N. Spencer, Zd Vlco-Preei
Board of Examining Plumber
Charles K. Todd, Master PlBMber.
IftQ. V. ?Mc anwraeyBan Plsntk-
Chief of Operating Engim
John C. Hayee
Department t lraJj Welfaro
Mrs. Loul Osoern Row, Coat-
Jamea W. Calley, Supt of Employ-
Room 805, City Hail Sqiar Blag.
Civil Service Commlwlon
Porcy B. Coffin, President
Chas. B. Frailer.
Joseph P. Geary.
Mnrk H. Place, Secretary.
Room 010, 6th floor, City HalL
Board of Local Improvement
M. J. Faherty, President
Jos. J. Elian.
David M. Clark.
Irne Pease Mantony.
Edward J. Glacken, Secretary and
Superintendent of Special Assess
ments, Room 207, 2nd floor, City HalL
Philip C. Delofontaino.
Itoom C06, City Hall.
Room 111, Glty Hall.
Inspector of Steam Poller
Geo. E. Nyo, inspector.
Harry A. Grannls, Chief Clork.
Clinrlos Bostrom, Commissioner.
Rotert Knight, Depnty Commis
sioner. Potor C. Hoey, SecratAry.
Board of Election Commissioner
August Lu odors.
Frank X. Rydzowskt.
Third floor, City Hall.
John Dill Robertson, U. D., Chair
man. Iter. J. McNwnee
Ur. Anna Dwyer.
Dr. Emll G. Hlrsh.
Fannie Specter, Secretary.
Chief Janitor City Hall
Thomas O'Connor, Fire MarabaL
P, J, Donahect, 1st Assistant
Cdward J. Buckley, 2d Assistant
Frank W. Swenlo, Chief Operator.
It. F. Kolkcr, Jr.
Dr. M. J. Purcell.
Dr. A. Lewis, ABBt City Physlclnn.
Dr. Clara Suppel, Asst. City Phy
sician. Dureau of Fire Prevention and Public
J. C. McDonnell, Chief.
John J. Garrity, Geooral Superin
tendent Room 606.
John Alcock, First Deputy Bupt,
SI Mayer, Secretary Bureau of Po
lice Records. Room 1001.
P. J. Ward, Vehicle Bnreeu. Room
Henry T Hudson, Examiner of Pub
lic Chauffeurs. Room 607.
Samuel Ettelson. Corooratlon Coun
sel. Charles 5. Frnncls, City Attorney.
Joseph Sullivan, Chief Assistant
Chnrles J, Peters.
Room 602, City Hall.
Harry P. Miller, Prosecuting Attor
ney. Daniel Webster, 1st Aast.
L. R. Pequelt Chlof Clerk.
Harry T. Atwood, Spactat Assess
George J. Frar.er, Chief Clerk and
Attorney for Board of Local Im
provements. Board of Bridewell Inspector
Ralph E. Esau, Chairman.
Joneph J. Janda, Secretary
John J. Sloan.
36th St. and California Ave.
Bailiff of the Municipal Court
Denis J. Bean.
Municipal Court City f Chle.
Room 916, City HalL
Asaoclate Judge . '
Geo. B. Holmos.
Caver'ly, John R.
Trad, Deal! P.
Fisher, Harry M.
Cook, W. M.
Fry, 'Sheridan E.
Oemmlll, William N.
Graham, Prank H
Swanson, J. A. '
Jareckl, Edmund K. " r
L Buy, Joseph B.
Newcomer, John It
PrindlTtlle, John K.
Rafferty, Joseph P.
Stewart, Hugh R.
Doyle, Leo J.
Barassa, Bernard P.
Hass, J. F.
SuIUtu, Deaaui W.
Trade, Samuel K.
Williams, Chart A.
Wells, Hosea W.
J. Kont Green, Legal Assistant.
Roy E. Miller, Cntet Clerk.
At large William E. Maeen, Rep.
Richard Yates, Rep.
1 'Martin B. Madden, Rep. "
2 Jamea R. Mann, Rep.
3 William W. Wilson, Rep.
4 John W. Rslney, Oem.
5 Adolph J. 8abath, Dam.
6 'James MeAndrewt, Dm.
7 Nlel Juul, Rep.
8 Thomas Gallagher, Denv
9 Fred A. Britten, Rep.
10 Carl R. Chlndblem, Rep.
11 Ira C. Copley, Rep.
12 'Charles E. Fuller, Rep.
13 'John C. McKemle, Rep.
14 William J. Graham, Rep.
15 'Edward J. King, Rep.
16 'Clifford Ireland, Rep.
17 Frank L. Smith, Rep.
18 'Joseph G. Cannon, Rep.
19 'William B. MoKlnley, Rep.
20 'Henry T. Ralney, Dem.
21 'Loren E. Wheeler, Rep.
22 'William A. Rodenborg, Rsp.
23 'Martin D. Foster, Dom.
24 'Thomas 8. William, Rep,
25 'Edward E. Denlson, Rep.
THE CITY COUNCIL
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2 rt. n. Jnckson, ti.Ia n, Andorson, It.
3 U. S. Schwartz, D.J. II. Pnsamoro, 11.
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n c. n. naton, u.. A.A.WCormlclt, It.
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0 S. W. Clovlor, D..O. Madiiorom, It.
10 .1. MoNlchola. D. Prnnlc Klaus. D.
11 U nutUowBkl, D.Vao. to bo filled.
IS J. Copal:, D A. J. Cermalc. D.
13 J. O. Home, D..H. O. Sliaffer. It.
II J. II. Smith, D..O. M. Maypolo, D.
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in .T.A.PlotrowBkl.D.H. II. Kunz. D.
17 S S.WnlkowlalcJ)S.AdamllowleB, D,
18 M.F.Kavanasl.D..Tohn J. Tuohy, V.
iv j. if. uowjer, U..JOIH1 i-nwers, u.
20 M. Franz. D Honry Ij Pick. D.
21 C. J. Atrnew. It-.TJorsov Crowe, n.
221.. C. Kloln, D...Math.IIIhl)elor, It
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24 J. Underlain. D..Jn8. Dornoy, It
25 P. J. Link, U....H. D. Capltaln, It
2 T. It. Caspera, D.Wm. F. fclpps, It.
z ( u. jensen, u 1 1. n. Armuneo, it,
28 M.Adamowskl. D.C. V. Smith. D.
29 T. F. Ilyrne, D..J. r. Kovnrlk, D.
30 TV. R. O'Toolo, D.Jas. F. Ilurns, R.
ai t, k. niornn. u..eott m. jiocn, n.
32 J. II. Lylo, U....A. J. Fisher, It.
33 A.O Anderson, R.J. P. aarnor, R.
34 J. Toman. D Jos.O.ICostnar. T).
36 T. J. Lynch, D...John a Clark, D.
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I State News
f'lili-iipi. -('iitiliiiclliiii ill ii new
lilsrliw iM'tvxctn I'liltiiL'ii iiml IIiiivi;
mill I'lilnitru llci.-liN In H'llcM- con
(.'I'xtlon mi ii l)lc IiIkIiii wn
iixUod li.v u ilclimiiiiiii of liiiKiiii-M iih'ii
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sulniiliM ni ii '(inrM I'lico wlili (.'(iiii'iiN
nIdiiim'm C. I!. Itrmit mid I'riinlt I.
llfiinctt nf Hie llllnnlx pnlillr worljx
romtiilxxlim. 'I'lic ii'npniil lilcliuny
umild Ih'cIm m tlu Junction of llic
Dixit- lilcliwny mul ItuNicil Htiwt In
CIiIciikii lirlfliN. cMi'iul nlonj: I'nrlt
inciuii' to lie icnnincil IIhIhIimI
Kircii to Omi- lliinilri'il mul Klfty
llfili siri'i'N, iiirn Mxt mil' liloilc, iiml
vouw Into ClilniKo nir Morcim
Rtici'l. The cltlxcim told tho roinmlH
nlitiirt Unit lii'twccn '.MOO nnd .'1,0,00
ilfiiwiii-( M(.(.4 mini nlioilf 1.-'00
trucks list- tin' Dixie lilphuny dully.
flmmimlKii.-TliriM' riilwrlty f
Illinois iiii'ii. tiii'inlicro of tin unlvpr!
trnrk Irmii llic piit yenr which won
Imth tho Inilonr mul oiitilnor Wtwlem
fonforciici' cliiiinplotixlilp, will mnkt
llio trip to Antwi'i'p ns mctiiliei-K of the
Amcrlcmi truck team which Is "doped"
to win tin' truck mul field climnplon
ships of tho world. Tlice men arc
Robert 1'mery, enptnlii. of the Illlnl
tenm the punt junr; K. I Wilson nnd
M. Hemii'tl. Kmery In one of the best
cinnrter-inllers In the country nnd Is
cqnnlly n strong In the 220 mid oth
er dnsliex. Ilennett Is one of the four
men picked for the hummer throw, nnd
Wilson will enter his two favorite
events, Hie Jnelln mid discus thrown.
Vrhnmi. When Sert. Alvln C.
Vorke, hero of the world wnr, com
mences his fniindntluii for the inoun
tnlu school children nt rossmn Iltiu.
Teiin.. he will I m vc otn stiiilent of the
L'liKersliy of IIIIiiiiIh to nssWt him In
his work. The student Is Mrs. Cletn
Vorke of Shnlluck, III., the widow of
Corporal Daniel Onmr Yotke, a
rousln of the world war hero. Sirs.
Clem Yorke Is u schoolleiicher mid
Intends to p to the iixiiiiilnlns of
Tennessee mid work mnoiiK the dill
dten there ns soon ns she has com
pleted her education at the Unlveirlty
Mollne. Six linmllts held up the
Commercial SiivIuk haul; of Mollne,
locked two tellers In a vault, nnd a
half ilo7.cn patrons In the cashier's
olllce, mid escaped In nil automobile
with $20,000 of the bank's funds. The
robbers aho shot Charles Mohler, a
barber, whose shop Is across the street
from the bank, as he came out of the
door to see what the excitement In
the haul; wns about. He was not
Chiimpalmi. ChiimpiilKii claims to
have the oldest city employe In the
United Stntes In point of service as
well as In j cars. This fact was re
vealed with the announcement Hint
ClinrlOH Ilerme Iiiik Just celebrated
his clKlitlclh birthday nimhcrsiuy.
He Is employed by the street depart
ment III the capacity of "white wIiik."
He has woikeil for the city of I'haiii
pnlKii for a period of thirty-one eiirs.
UeariLstown. V. W. Oladhlll. for
ears n resident of this city, Is dead
nt his home at the ace nf (11 cm,
The deceased was born Keb. !, lS.'li
On April 2S. 1S0I. be was married to
Miss Kllrnhelh Itlilnour. To this
union one son was born. Harold, fho
resides at Ann Arbor. Mich. .Mr
ninilhlll cani to llenrdstown In
October, 1M)7. mid was cmploveil nt
Hie C. I!. & Q. ralliond.
Danville. Considerable exxcltement
1 bns been created In the vlclnltv nf
WelliiRton, Irciqiioli county, by Hie
dlwovery of some bones In the ashes
of n bain on tho farm of John Look
hart, which was burned. A Welling
ton physician pronounced the hones
those of human betno, their umiibei
Imllcallm; ibnt the bodies of two per
sons were partly consumed In the tire.
Springfield. Fourth of .Tuly celebra
tions cos't Illinois S2.",00.'t In property
losses by lire, caused three deaths mid
countless liijiules, nrcordliig to m re
port h-tied by Stale Fire Muislinl
fiamber. Peoria bad n $1.ri.0i lire.
IlocU Island u $l,((Oil flre. Theie weie
thirty II res. In 1010 thero wcie II
fires due to drew oiks with a total loss
WatikOKun Lake county board of
review annoiiiicod the Increase of 110
per cent of all realty In Waiikegan for
1020 mid notices will be sent out noti
fying all property owners to appear
before tho board and show cause why
the !I0 per cent liiereno above the as
sessor'K figures should not bo made
Springfield. Chncolafu !co cienin
;nten nt u church social, near Point,
tain fireen, In the eastern part of
Hnncoel; count), liiix caused an epi
demic of patu-t.vpholil fever, It Is an
nounced by Hie stale department of
health. Mote than 100 per-oi a1
Galena. .Mrs. Annie Unnnr, wife of
Nicholas llnuiir, was taken Into cus
tody nfler It wns lent tied she set llro
to nnd caused tho destruction of tho
house, granary and other buildings on
the lloiuir farm. She was committed
to the state aslylum at Watertowu.
Normal. All of Illinois niid tho
United Slates in general may bo
strong for "Ja.," nnd "shimmy," nnd
go amusement mad, but Normal has
put Its foot down so to speak, nnd has
prohibited public dancing by orillmincu
with u fine of not lo-s than $.,ii for
each and every offense.
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BERNARD P. BARASA.
Popular and Able Judge of the Municipal Court Who Is a Strong Candi
date for the Republican Nomination for State's Attorney.
BIG DOUBLE CIRCUS
COMING THIS WAY
Ringling Bros, and Barnum &
Bailey Combined Announce
Exhibitions At Early Date.
This locullty him entertained many
circuses, but never anything to coin
pure with the glguntlu double shows
hilled ns Ringling II rot burs anil Ilnr
mini & Ilailey Combined which will
exhibit afternoon and night nt Chi
cago, Grant Park, 11 duyti, Thursday,
Aug. 12 to Sunday, Aug. 22.
Tho merging of these mammoth lu
stltiitions in one circus of colossal
size, constitutes the amusement sur
prise of the century. Nothing to ap
pi oath this gigantic new circus 1ms
ever before toured America. It bus
been formed by merging tho pick and
the cream of nil that was biggest and
beet in the two famous shows. It
would he folly to attempt to cnumernte
its many wonders. Some Ideu of tho
enormous scale upon which features
are presented may be had when it is
stated that a quarter of u million
pounds of elephants take part In a
single act. In other words sl. times
ns many of the big-cared giants than
have before been seen in one multi-tent
exhibition. Alt else to ho seen Is in
proportion. The nrcnlc state embrace
nil the world's foremost circus per
formers. There uro three hours of
novelties and big sensational nets.
The menngerle Is far nnd nvvay the
most colossnl ever travolcd. For in
stance u herd of eight giraffes nro
exhibited in placo of the two or three
shown in the past. The groat tourna
ment which opens the main-tent pro
gram, is tho most magnificent thing In
pagentry yet produced In America.
Hundreds upon hundreds of gorgeously
costumed characters nnd beautiful
horses tuko part in It. Tho morning
street parade Is tho longest anil most
brilliant ever given anywhere and
offers something entirely new and
novel lu processional display. It Is
a stupendous, double circus that baffles
Charles n. Davis, president of Roth
schild & Co., tho great Stato stroot
store, is ono of tho live wires of Chi
cago, He Is foremost In every move
ment for tho betterment of tho city
mul for tho advancement of Its inter
ests. Ills lifo work has been a con
tinuous boost for Chicago,
The Mechanics ft Traders State
Dank is making a. splendid record and
is gaining new customers nnd deposi
tors every day. It has an ideal lo
cation in the heart of tho groat woBt
side nt ths corner of Washington and
COLONEL A. W. MILLER.
Popular and Efficient Clerk of the Circuit Court.
HIGH COST HITS TELEPHONE
Scarcity of paper, vvhhh has wort led
practically every newspaper in Hie
country, has bad Its effects upon the
Chicago telephone directories icceiitly
delivered. The new books are uotlce
nluy larger ami heavier than ever,
although I bey contain only four p.ige-.
mole than were In the Ismic of live
Paper scuiclty accounts for the bulk
of the June dltectorles, hut the soaring
prices of p.iper ami labor combined, lu
bad even a worse effect. It cost eighty
cents to publish and deliver each copy
of the new book, mvordlug to olllclals
of the Chicago Telephone Company. The
total cot of publishing and delivering
the .lime issue amounts to about $.00.
(HM. An Idea of the sle of the Increase
lu this e.pen-e may be had when it Is
icallzcil that In .lime, 1010, It cost the
Chicago Telephone Company only 1111'.!
cents for each book. The total eot of
publishing nnd delivering the .lime.
1010. directory amounted to only
For a time the publication of the
new dlteetory seemed Impossible be
cause of the lack of u sullleleut amount
of paper. The telephone comp.iny
Mourcd the country for it, and at one
time was almost persuaded that the
purchase of an offering by a paper mill
lu Sweden, at an unheard of pi Ice. was
the best that It could do. Finally, how
ever. It succeeded III purchasing sulll
eleut paper. l.!MKi tons of various
weights and shades In color, from sev
era I tlllTciciit soutce lu the United
The paper having come from several
different makers accounts for the vari
ous shades In color mid grades.
On the basis of cost of the .Tune Issue,
three Issues a jear would cost almost
one mid one-half million dollars. It
has been suggested that there Is not
sulllelent need for three telephone
dliectorles a year, ami that the Febrti
ary hook be omitted. The June ami
October Issues contain the gieat ma
jority of changes In addresses mid
telephone numbers Incident to the mov
ing periods of Slay and October.
Judge Kickham Scanlan, the bl
Jurist and popular orator, Is often
spoken of for high political honor.
Tho Camol Palaco Garden which la
located only a fovv blocks from tho
Loop nt Clark and Ontario Streets, Is
praised by all who havo visited It.
Qorc . 0rnnu Is on of in
ablest and most popular Democrat.
Uaiers In Illinois. HI acquaintance
with conditions all oyer th stat. kla
great elfol of friend and hi aulas
Bachabl democracy are strong -naenta
tn hi success.
William Legner always sorrod Chi
cago woll. Ho wob ono of tho beat
Sanitary Trustees tho city eror had.