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COL. JAMES HAMILTON LEWIS.
Democratic Candidate for Governor of Illinois.
ROBERT E. WILSON
Popular Democratic Representa
tive Should Be Sent Back to
Springfield From the
Robert E. Wilson deserves rc-elcc-tlon
to the legislature from tho
Sixth district. He Is n sterling
democrat and nn nble timn. Ills
record In tho legislature has heen
honorable and of benefit to the people
of his district.
Adam Wolf, tho popular county as
sesBor, Is an Ideal public olllclal.
THE QUALITY APPEAL
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construction, and manufactured with the most
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possesses a distinct quality appeal.
Good dressers may wear this shirt with the
assurance that it represents the highest in
quality plus real style value.
ASK YOUR DEALER
Cutter & Crossette Company
337 South Franklin St CHICAGO, ILL.
Lubliner & Trinz
Owning and Operating the Following Higb CUm TbMtarw
All Over the City:
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KKlCUUOCKn THKATRB, IM Bread
MWHMAM TUAWJE. Wth Bad MlthlgM BuUtv4
AS TAMX THhiil, Oftk Pwh, IUUmU
PABAMOCKT THMIVE, 14 MUwunliM Atkm
TRAOBArH THKATBK, 1193 Uncolo Atcou
WWW BND THKATBK, North Oteor sod Wrt Bad Atomm
FANTHKON THKATRK, Sheridan KmmI si tVUna At.
UUnnrBB THKATKE, Dnntn Clark Street
WILSON THRATBK, WNlttn Avtno nd Hadlm Sir
rKBUUKO THKATRB, Lincoln mm rTUaoa A.
HARRY M. LUBLINER JOSEPH TRINZ
801 Kimball Building
Judiciary, Carr; finance, Littler; en
gineering, Clark; electrical dovolop
incut, Nance; federal relations, Clark;
north shore channel, Paullln; real es
tate dovolopmcnt, Carr; ruloa, Paul
lln; state and municipal relations,
Clark; labor, Lawloy; stono and spoil
banks, Sergei; health and public or
der, Nanco; Calumet Sag channel,
Mueller; Illinois valley, Carr; employ
Colonel August W. Miller Is of ton
montlonod for stato treasurer.
IN the interest of good
telephone service we
suggest the observance of
the following simple prac
tices: Respond promptly when
the bell rings.
Make sure before calling
that you have the right
number, by consulting the
telephone directory first.
Speak distinctly, with the
lips close to but not touch
ing the mouthpiece.
When answering give your
name or the name of the
firm cutting out "Hello."
William Halo Thompson Mayor.
Charles C. Fltzmorrls, Socretary.
Room 607, 6th floor, City Hall.
Hcnry Stuckart, Troaauror.
Iloom 203, 2nd floor, City HsJL
Jnmos T. lgoo, City Clerk.
Edward J, Paddon, Chief Clerk.
Rooma 107-108, 1st floor, City HalL
George F. Harding, Comptroller.
LouU K. Qosselln, Deputy Comptrol
ler. Iloom 601, 6th floor, City HalL
Vm. H. Wosbcy, Collector.
Gcorco Lohmau, Doputy Collector.
Department of Health
John Dill Itobertaon, M. D Com
missioner. Qottfrlod Koehlor, M. D., Assistant
E. U. Prltchard, Secretary.
Room 707, 7th floor, City Hall.
Bureau of Engineering
John L'rlcaon, City Engineer.
Wm. J. Iloche, Chief Clerk.
Room 402, City Hall.
W. J. McCourt, Superintendent
Geo. J. Fosor, Chief Clerk.
Rooms 101-102, City Hall (Pay
Water Pipe Extension
Hugh I.. Lucas, Superintendent.
Thomas P. Klernan, Asst. Superin
tendent. Room 404, 4th floor, City HaM.
Bureau of Sewers
Qeoree E. McQrath, Suporlntendont.
Edward F. Cullerton, Chief Clerk.
Bureau of Map and Plata
John D. Rlloy, Superintendent.
T. C. Philips, Engineer of Surreys.
Bureau of Qa and Electricity
William J. Keith, Commissioner.
John E. Bradley, Chief Cleric.
City Oil Inspector
Paul Henderson, Inspector.
Charles Vavrtk, Chief Deputy.
Wm. F. Gorman, Assistant.
C. W. Kallal.
Vlrtns C. Rohm, Business AbmL
P. C. Schafer, Chief Clerk.
Department of Compensation
H. V. McGurren, 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. Miller, President
E, F. Moore, 1st Vice-President
James N. Spencor, 2d Vlce-Presl
Board of Examining Plumbers
Charles K. Todd, Master Plumber.
"Bffi. V. SWatfe Mumeyman Plumb
in. Chief of Operating Engineer
John C. Hayes.
Department T ii.' Welfare
Mrs. Louise Osoorna Rowe, Com
missioner. Jamos W. Calley, Supt. of Employ
ment. Room 805, City Hall Square Bldf.
Civil Service Commission
Percy B. Coffin, President
Chas. E. Frailer.
Joseph P. Geary.
Mark H. Place, Secretary.
Room 610, 6th floor, City HalL
Board of Local Improvement
M. J. Faberty, President
Job. J. Ellas.
David M. Clark.
Irne Pease Mantony.
Edward J. Glacken, Secretary and
Superintendent of Special Assess
ments, Room 207, 2nd floor, City HalL
Philip C. Delofontatne.
Room 606, City Hall.
Room 111, City Hall.
Inspector of Steam Poller
Geo. E. Nye, Inspector.
Harry A. Grannie, Cblef Clerk.
Charles Bostrom, Commissioner.
Robert Knight, Deputy Commis
sioner. Potor C. Hoey, Secretary
Board of Election Commissioners
Frank X. Rydzewskl.
Third floor, City Hall.
John Dill Robertson, U. D., Chair
man, Rer. J. McNamea
Dr. Anna Dwyer.
Dr. Emit G. Hlrsh.
Fannie Specter, Secretary,
Chief Janitor City Hall
Thomas O'Connor, Fire MarshaL
P. J, Donahooi 1st Assistant
Edward J. Buckley, 2d Assistant
Frank W. Swenlo, Chief Operator.
R. F. Kelkcr, Jr.
Dr. M. J. Purcell.
Dr. A, Lewis, Asst City Physician.
Dr. Clara Suppol, Asst. City Phy
Bureau of Fire Prevention and Public
J. C. McDonnell,. Chlof.
John J. Garrlty, Goneral Suporln
tendont. Room 605.
John Alcock, First Deputy Supt.,
SI Mayer, Socrotary Buroau of Po.
lice Records. Room 1001.
P. J. Ward, Vehicle Bureau. Room
Henry L. Hudson. Examiner of Pub
llo Chauffeurs. Room 607.
Samitol Ettolson, Corporation Coun
sol. Charles 5. Francis, City Attorney.
Joseph Sullivan, Chief Assistant
Charles J. Peters.
Room 602, City Hall.
Harry P. Miller, Prosecuting Attor
ney. Daniel Wcbstor, 1st Asst.
L. R. Pequott Chlof Clerk.
Harry T. Atwood, Special Asse
Goorgo J. Frazcr, Chief Clerk and
Attorney for Board of Local Im
provesnents. Board of Bridewell Inspector
Ralph E. Esau, Chairman.
Jo?oph J. Janda, Socrotary.
John J. Sloan.
26th St. and California Are.
Bailiff of the Municipal Court
Denis J. Effan.
Municipal Courts City sf Chicago.
Room 916, City HalL
Goo. B. Holmos.
Caverly, John R.
Trade, Daniel P.
Fisher, Harry M.
Cook, W. M.
Fry, Sheridan E.
Gemmtll, William 14.
Graham, Frank H.
Swanson, J. A.
Jareckl, Edmund K. '
La Buy, Joseph 8.
Newcomer, John R.
Prlndlrille, 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. Milter, Chief Clerk.
At large William E. Mason, Rep,
Richard Yates, Rep.
1 Martln B. Madden, Rep,
2 'James R. Mann, Rep.
3 William W. Wilson, Rep.
4 John W. Rnlney, Oem.
5 Adolph J. Sabath, Dem.
C James McAndrews, Dem.
7 'Niels Juul, Rep.
' 8 'Thomas Gallagher, Dem.
9 'Fred A. Britten, Rep.
10 Carl R. Chlndblom, Rep.
11 lra C. Copley, Rep,
12 'Charles E. Fuller, Rep.
13 'John C. McKenzte, 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.
19 'William B. McKlnley, Rep.
20 'Henry T. Ralney, Dem.
21 'Loren E. Wheeler, Rep.
22 'William A. Rodenberg, Rep.
23 'Martin D. Foster, Dem.
24 'Thomas 8. Williams, Rep.
25 'Edward E, Denlson, Rep.
THE CITV COUNCIL
Wnnl. nii-ett'il 1020, Holdover.
J .1. J. Coufthlln, D.M. Konna, D.
2 rt. It. Jncltson, n.I-. n. Anderson, R.
3 U. S. Schwartz. D.J. II. I'nssmore. It.
4 J. A. Wchert. P.T. A. Hopran. D.
6 n. J. Mulcahy. D. J.n.MoDonouph.D.
fi C. K. Eaton, n . A.A.M'Cormlcl, .
7 O. Ouernsoy, II..W. n. Fotzor, It.
8 SI. S. Furmnn, D.n.A.WoodhulI, 15.
9 S. W. Oovlor, D..O. Mndilorom, 11.
10 ,T, MoNlchols. n. Franlc Klaus, n.
11 I.. nutlcowRkl, D.Vac. to bo filled.
12 J. Cepnlc, D A. J. Cermak, D.
13 J. O. Home, D..S. O. Shaffer, It.
14 J. II. Smith, D..O. M. Maypole, D.
IS O, II. Olson, n...Kd. J, Kalndl. D,
in J.A.Plotrowskl.D.S. II. Kunz. D.
18 M.F.KavonaBh.D.John J. Tuohy, D.
10 J. H. Bowler, D..Jo)in Powers, t).
20 M, Franz, D Henry L. Pick, D.
21 C. J. Acnew, It.,Dorsey Crowe, D.
22 I.. C. Klein, D...Math.IIIhueler, n.
23 W. P. Steften, It.T. O. Wallace. It
24 J. Haderlaln, D..Jas. Dorney, It.
25 F. J. I,lnl, R....H. D. Capltaln, It
20 T. P.. Caspers, D.Wm. F. Llpps, It.
27 C. Jensen, D R. It. Armltage, It.
28 M.Adamowskl. D.C, F. Smith. D.
29 T. F. nyrne, D..J. F. ICovarllc, D.
30 "W, n. OToole. D.Jas. F. nurna, It.
31 T. F. Moran. D.. Scott M. IIoBan. It.
32 J. II. t,yle, R....A. J. Fisher. It.
33 A.O.Anderson, R.J. P. Oarner, It.
34 J. Toman, D..... Jos.O.Kostner, D,
35 T. J, Lynch, D... John S. Clarlc, D.
SifiiKllclil. Tlic I.ckIsIiUIvp Voters'
li'iif-'iie lnti Ntuii'il ii rt'pnrt t'oiniiionilliiK
tin1 wiirli of tlu Flfiy-ilrit Kt'iii'iiil iih
1'iiilil.v. It mis: "The iixscinhly pro-
uncoil inoi-o Itiiportiint fdiiitrtictivo
ltl1iitloii tlittn un oniH'k'd nt nn.v
nthrr ri'ti'iit xcsslim, I'xci'pt, purlmps,
Unit of 1IM7." Govvrnor Lowilcn Is
m-illtfil for iiiurli of tho IcKlsliition.
Tin-so mi' ll.slcd no iiinmiK tin- linpor
liuit plc-ft" of IcKlsliition oniu'toil:
Stnti lux riiiniiilsxoii, watorwnys, re
Nliin of corporation laws, rut I Unit Ion
of fcilcnil prohibition niiiiMiiliiiciit,
rntlllciiiloii of fctlc-rnl woinnii's suf
fntBc iiiiicnilinciit, IncriMiscd lionillns
powers for cities stnto ilipntj, pmd
roniN Imiiilx, tionpiittlMiiii clcclloii) In
riilciiirn, prolillililon unci enforcement
net, provision for a coiiiltutliimt con
vention. Sprlnt'tlelil. rhllil liilmr In Illinois
which i-eiiclieil In lielL'ht iliirliiK tho
win- when n llhenil Intel piotiitlon of
tlie I'hlld lulioi- Inw whs permltleil for
the nl;o of proilnclloii. hns not re
ceiled lis Hhotllit, neconlliiK to Illir
lie.v Cohen, illreclor of the UU lie
piirlinent of Inlior. "Muny einplo.veiw
Insist upon einplo.vltiK ililldren when
Iheworlj sIhmiIiI he for older work.
r.s." Mr. fohen snld. potiinientlns on
the twent.v.seventli iinnunl report of
the chief fnclory Inspector. Tills re
port, imiile by Itoheit S. Jones of C'lll
ciico, shows (hilt there nre '-(l.SSS clill
dien worl,lntr n Illinois. A totnl of
M,'SC work certlllcntes were Issued
them, some of them ohmlnlnu ns tniiny
us ten illiVerent ontlllentcs for tun
Chlcni;o. The CIiIcuko live utock
commission iinuotinceil Hint u sclied
tile of coimnlslou clinrp's prepitrecl
by n. T. .Mereillih. siwetnry of njrrl
culture, liinl heen nilopieil mill Is now
elTectlve. The commission declares
iilso Unit the ncceptmice of the sclied
ule, nlthouuh ordered h.v the secretary,
Is purely voluntary, nml that us n prl
Mtt organization It has surrendereil
no rlt-ht to conditPt Its luislness nml
make clmrp's. The secretary nlllrmed
that the eoinnilsslon under Its rules on
ears owned by more than one owner
was collectliiK extra chiirgpo, which
In imuiy cases ainotintetd to $7 n car
on en I tli', !?." a car on hiuw nml $1 n
car on sheen.
Chicago. Kedernl prosecution of R."
Chlcnoans, mostly business and pro
fessional men, under the cniite law
prohlhltliiK the stnrace of jume hlrds
lonser than ten days after the close
of the season, Ims been recommended
to Washington, n, 0 by II. O. Merrill,
federal cnnie warden. More tlinti 1,000
ceeso. ilttcUs nml (pmll were found
dtirliiK n recent mmiicIi of three cold
storiiKe houses. The penalty Is six
months In Jail, u line of $.ri00, or both.
Mrs. C. II. I'l;e. wife of u wealthy real
estate operator, was tho only womnn
limned In the elinres tiled. She was
chaiTeil with havliic one box of ducks
In u warehouse.
SprliiKllelil. i:iiinlnatlon Mhnnls
of the state department of roj;lstrullnn
nml eilitcatlon are announceil for the
followlnc idnci's ami dates; Dentists,
November 1.V1D. CIiIciiko; horseshoers,
week of September 111; nurses, Aticust
-7--S, CIiIi'iikii; optometrlHts, Oitober
fi-0, t'hlcimo: plinrmaclsts, reKlstereil,
September 7- I'hlcano, nsslstant, Sep
tember li-IO. flilctiuo : plumbei-. Sep
tember IS; physicians (osteopaths),
September 20-'J.'l. fhlcniro; quiillfvliii;
certltlcates, Ocloher 11), Chleap- vet
erlnarhms, October 2.V20, Sprlnu'tlehl.
SprliiKllehl. C'ontraets for sections
of three siiite-nld roads were lei by
the state llMnn of hllivn.VH, A coil,
crete stute-ahl road In Mason county
will be built by Miller & Comst.uk of
I'eorla, who old Sl.'I.OSO. Another con.
crete road In Shelby county will bo
built by A. I.oomls it Co. of Mat
lixin, who bid 20,000, and nn enrth
road In Green county w be con
structed by John Hronti of C.i'roll-
ton, who iiii $7.:irn.
Sprllillelil. Townships In Illinois
tuny be relieved of tho responsibility
of mnlnteuance nml Improvenui ' of
the dirt roaiN Included In the tato
bond Issue system. The Illinois dul
sloti of highways Is linestlntii, the
cot of such action, accorilln;; t s u,
Ilradt, superintendent of the d s.on
who (leclnres aildltiotml lee '11011
will be required to make the : ef
fective. Chicago. Heal estate In f'nni nin
ty lucrea-eil In value for purpi of
taxation S i:i,lS2,S!i iliirliiK th hist
yenr. The total value of real 1 nto
Is $2iriSl.(10.-i.7.'0. In 101!) the -inly
board of review set the total .i u of
real estate at S2..":i7,0fl2,SC0. In
crease represents new consti Hon
during tho year.
WnukeKiin. Mrs. Mary Hurt Mb
ertyvllle, who was a resident 01 i.uko
Utifl' when that I'ominunlty wns .lied
Rockland, nml Is believed to tho
oldest resident of I.nke county, 1 lend
nt her home, nued ninety. Up - hor
ninetieth birthday uniilvcrsni in
March she was quite nctlve.
Chicago. Capt. Hubert K. H- aril,
pt'ohlliltlnn director for llllnni has
reslKiied his post under MnJ, V,
Halryniple. IIo will bo Nticccc-iid, It
Is declared, by II. V. Stono of I'eorla,
who has been bis chief assistant
Springfield. George Constant of
Rlverton, Civil war veteran and proml
nent Sangiimon county resldenr ,vns
seriously Injured when tho nittomnbllu
In which he was riding was struck by
nn Illinois Ttnctlon system car. Ar
thur Constant, a grandson, the other
ncciipnnt of tho mnclilne, nho was
Able, Efficient and Popular
Frank Johnston, Jr., nblo Judgo of
tho Circuit court, would mako a
great governor of Illinois.
Colonel August W. Mlllor, popular
clork of tho Circuit Court is inaklnc a
splendid public record.
Chief Mooney of tho city dotectlvo
bureau, la ono of tho ahloat police
otllclals in tho United Statoa.
The lire department of Chicago Is
the poorest In the country In equip
ment and several other things.
Tho Chicago Association of Com
raoico Is doing groat work for Chi
cago. Mayor Thompson was tho fathor ol
municipal playgrounds. He intro
duced nnd secured tho passago of the
first ordlnanco creating ono whllo he
was an alderman.
Several of the aldermen tiro feeding
class hatred by abusing property own
ers. Johs T. Murray, tDs well known and
popular lawyer, would tasks s good
Some of the Democratic leaders net
as If they were out on ball in their
anxiety over the state's attorneyship.
Frank Johnston, Jr., tho popular
Circuit judgo, is respected by all
classes irrespoctlvo of party.
William Q. Kolth, commissioner of
tho nuroau of Gas and Eloctrlclty, la
a popular nnd painstaking public of
ficial and tho good record ho Is mak
ing Is ploaslng tho citizens of Chicago.
He Is a practical electrician and tho
peoplo aro all with him In his success
ful efforts to improvo tho cfTlcloncy of
tho Important dopartmont ho Is at tho
Robert E. Cantwoll, oloquout, ablo,
courteous and learned Is one of the
most popular loaders at tho Chicago
Fred W. Upborn is always on hand
when Chicago wants him, whothor It
Is to bring a national convention to
tho city, or to win anything big for
tho town, Upham Is always tho leader
in the movoment.
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Attorney-General of Illinois.
WIEHE MAKES IM
Shows Utter Inadequacy of Chi
cago Kivcr for Handling
('. F. Wlehe, head of 11 commute.
or well-known Chicago engineers, has
made an Important teport on tho utter
Inadequacy of Chicago's navigable
rivers for the handling of large freight
boats, to V. II. Johnson, chairman of
the rivers and harbors committee of
the Chicago Association of Commerce
Some of the recommendations made
by the committee on the east canal
of tho north branch of the Chicago
"Tlie thirty foot abutments sticking
out Into the stream at each bridge
! Intersection should come out and no
bridges In the future be constructed
with abutments projecting Into the
river, but should bo constructed Hush
with the dock Hue.
"It Is Impracticable to build another
bridge between Dlversey and I tainted
streets. Navigation would be greatlj
"The Dhersey and Ilulsted street
bridges should come out and bo re
constructed, giving at least 11 110 foot
span. The construction of the present
bridges as they are now placed in
this branch of the river Is criminal
"The canal should be straightened
on the west side of the stream and
v Idened fioiu the Armour elevator to
the Junction of the main river from
lit) to 20(1 feet.
"The four bridges on the east side
of the canal at Grand avenue, Kluzle
street, tlie Chicago and Northwestern,
and Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul
railroad lines should come out ami be
reconstructed with the nhutmentM
(lush with the dock Hues and two-leaf
bridges be put in place of the slngle
leuf bridges there now.
"The small strip of laud south of
the c A: N. V. railroad bridge toward
the main river should be cut off nnd
wldond to tho width of the stream.
"No hrldgo be put oor the canal at
Goose island for Ogdeu avenue; the
trnlllc from the street should be
diverted to the Dlversey nnd Ilalstetl
street bridges nml those widened t
uccon. module the Increased trnlllc"
Cutter & CroHsutto Coinpnny. I'UT
South Franklin street. Chicago, are
turning out tho best shirt on tlie mar
ket In their Justly lanious Klgln-Made
shlit. It pleases everybody for stjile
wear and romfort Your dealer should
have It I'oi miIi evei where
of Cook County.