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,"- ' II pf ' PH-HS OHIOAGO SAQL.E Drexel Cafe, Thirty-ninth Street and Cottage Qrove Avenue ". . X . Steaks, Chops and Shell Pish Our Specialty. '"V. C. - Muasr. Hani Litli Her u Bar. i IK r ll i hi ; r r fcv Chicago Real K.tnte Hoard, rrcfldcnt. Marvin A. Van. lcc ITcsldpnt. Henry 8. Dietrich. Hwctnrr. Cutlibcrt W. r.alug. Treasurer. Frauds A. Humes. Kxccutlve Comtiilttoo-Jniues 11. dflllownv (tfo ynxri), Knrl I.. Hnml.Icton. """u,Ta jnluaiion Committee Edmund A. Cum- !VJ!1K ,Vn.,'.cni"),.Wl"- A ,,ond (two years), Jrpreo lilrkliorr, Jr.. itwo years). Ei,.bliCM8jr.C0 Commlttpc Sonlh Bide. .V'.'T. I1. "! .North 8lde. 8. Wilmcr i?"lJcLI. t(,w-? yi'if"). Samuel llrown. Jr.! .Voi';,.t.,0,,y.c?r A r'cwl"' Kr,,;8t WoltiTs ilorf, tltto Knlilii. Membership Committee U. n. Do Younit lw rfrs). Kilns M. Moore. Henry A. hn.,,i,,UJ,.,crt : OIvIiik. Nelson TlioniuMon, Jtvu' .KQnucJ'"' KJlu t'- Uctcliell, Dud ley i Iti.ton. Call Hoard Cotom!ttee-Huel r. Hill ,.?.J.r'i,ItsV '."T1?. l-'.Itwbcl, Samuel Dela 'inter. Frederick 8. OlUer. Keferenco Committee Win. Ocden Orccn (two years). Charles II. Mice. Members of the Chlcnito Real K.tata Hoard. Amlck, Pleasant. 00 ht Sail it. Iialrd, Lyman, no I.n Hallo t. II rd, Wyllyg W., 00 t,(i Salle st. pnldwln, Hyron A., Uorden lllock. Italian!, Frank E., loo Washington it. 1 antes, Francis A., 157 La 8allc st. Harney, Itruco D Uorden lllock. Hartlctt. John A., 21, 15J La Halle st pay, (loo. l, C8 La Hallo st. Iilrkhoff. George. Jr., 83 Washington at. Itosuc, Oeorjto M., Tho Hoohery. Hogao, Harabletou, II., The Itookory. Hond, William A., lis Dearborn st. llouncr, Charles L., Leslnotcn notol. Ilournlquo, Eugene A Chamber of Con. Ilutrow. Itobert C, 88 La Halle st. Cajrnduff, William II., 301 Inter Ocenn. Calkins, Charles It., Opera House llldg. Cnnnoll, B. Wllmer, 107 Dearborn st. Chandler, Frank It.. 110 Dearborn st. Cliandlcr. 1'oyton It.. 110 Dearborn st. Cbaso. Charles C, Chamber of Commerce. Christian, Harry, W.. Tacoma Iildg. Cochran, J. Lewis, Opera llouso lildg. Coe. Albert L.. 100 Washington st. Crawford, O. W Masonic Temple. Cremln. John F., 07 Clark st. Cummlngs. Edmund A., 110 Dearborn it. Curtis. John 1I no Dearborn st. DoUmater, Samuel. 88 Washington st. Dp ouug: IlcnJ. It., 101 Washington st. Dietrich, Henry S.. 00 La Satlo it. Dontan. John T., 83 La Hallo st. Donncrsberger, Joseph, 11. E. ltd. Dldg. D.; TJioiiuh r. Uttk, D.; Clmrlm V. Hwljrert, K.; S. P. KuKlti.li. It. Pourtwnth 'tint Uvurifu A. Muglci, It; Hvujatuln Spcoslcr. PlftwiiUi Wnril Victor H..Parnkl. D.; Allwrt Atiblti, II.; Jqiium P. IIuiim, .; W. y. .Tultc, D.; Walter IlnWner. Klxtcvittli Wnnl-Ucorvo C. I.cnkc, 1L; John Xfjlxon. 11.; Henry I.udolpli, V.; Jolin P. Uiuilwkl. U. Kcvcntcciitli Witnl-S. P. Itcvcro, It. Klulitcvntli Wanl-Tobn J. llrouunu, D. Nineteenth Wanl-R. V. Ilomnno, It.; W. P. illveaon, It.; TliomaH UalltiKhcr, !.; J. .V. Ilabetvurn, I. Twentletii Ward-WlHlani Klsfelf. Jr.. II.; Thotnna Ilunlsln. 1L; William 0. Printer, It.; Thomas Ilnttnn, I).; John II. Ilartwlck. It.; K. K. Van Ilurcn, It.; laiarlen Ehlert, It.; Paul II. Jacsclikv. It." Twentj-.tlrHt Ward-Henry Par well, II.; Charlea Atulcrmm, 1L; John Mc tJlllen, D.; Adam Sdilllo, D.; P. A. Hoy r. It. Twenty-xeeond Ward A. W. Mai thy, I).; John II. Colvln, I). Twenty-third Ward John P. I.uu tMU Intl.; Seth A. I.undreu, It.; John Welwurod, It. Twenty-fourth Ward Peter Almln rer, William It. Mnnlcrro, It; Uert Car lHiiter, It. Twenty-lift u Ward-GeorKe W. I.Inn. It; A. W. Itlmr. It.; P. A. Prlizen. It.; Jitliii J. Purloutr, I).; lieoruu 11. Mllue, It. Twenty-ilxth Ward Hariy Oldham. It; John C. Cannon, WiUlam Kinkier, It Twenty-sevouth Ward-S. H. Klmhell, It; II. Sehtiltz, It.; Mat Conway, It.; (Icortfo Pouter, I. Twetity-eluhth Ward TJioiiuih Sayle, M. It llortree, It. Twenty-ninth Ward Ml dra el Melu rny, D.; Thomas Carey, It.; David Ayers. Thirtieth Ward .Tanuu A, -Swift, D.; AujjtiHt Ilorehenlltitf, It; Jumen S. HjH-iictr, It; Human Schmidt, D.; John C. Pyfe, It. Thlrty-llrst Ward-C. P. Scott, It; i:. W. !roule, It.; William Mayhew, Charles Worth, W. P. Hllllard, Kdtvln llebb. Thirty-second Ward-Walter C. Nel nou, K. K. Perley. It.; A. Pierce, It; T. W. Hlatchford, It; X. II. Palrhanlw, It Thirty-third W.ird-rieorjre W. .Sheji Iierd, It; Xohlo T. Itolihins, I).; K. Hum mel, I). Thirty-fourth Ward-John It. Tonle, It.; Prank I. Itcnnetr, lt;.lolm Xldiols, It ltohert ('. filrliM formally launched ImiiMclf ih a ciiiiillilatc for mayor Sat urday cvciiliik' at a Miinll Katlierlin; of roniccnlnl friends at tho I.exliiKtoii Hotel. Mr. ftlvln h'ad Just returned from a wwk'h trip to Denver, and he took thii first oiKrtunlty to make iiiliINr Hie pbitfnrm upon which he will stand In Ills candidacy. In brief hit Mated he .would have three planks, 1. Down with department stores. U. Down with tho prcM-nt noscrisincut system. ;t. Up with Chicago's iiiantifnctiirliijf Interests. llr. (ilvltis states that back of the movement Is tho Chicago Itepubllcan Club, of which he Is president, the other Ulcers beliiK as follows: A.McXally,llrftvIce-jire..ldent;IrvIiisf 1. (ioiild, hecond vice-president; Pr'd C. Harder, rcconllm,' secretary; Prank E. Makccl, rnrresisindlnff secretary; C I. AVheeler, llnanclal secretary; IeorKO I,. IJood, treasurer; S. M. Worthlngtnn, serKcnnt-at-arms. Rxecutlvo Committee Unia W. Humify, William II. CJinndler, S. A. Owen, John W, Post, Olaf M. Itln, " - I I " ' ! ' . SET. . I . M JHSSS' MP- " Dreyer. Edward 8.. 110 Dearborn it. Dwfgglns, Elmer, Traders llldg. Dwlgglus, Jay, Traders' llldg. Eldred, Fred E.. 24 Times Uldg. Elliott, Frank M., 00, 123 La Bnlle at. Ersklno, David M.. Jr., Chamber of Com. Farr. Marvin A., Marquette llldg. Flshburn, Eugene II., .14 Clark st. Fesscndcn, Ucnjamln A., 83 Washington st. Foreman, Henry (., los Dearlwrn st. (lalloway, James U., Montauk llldg. Cassette, Wirt K., lift Dearborn st. Uehr, Arthur C, 84 Washington st. (Ictchell. Edwin P., Mnrmiette llldg. Qlbbs, Frederick C, KM, 115 Dearborn st. aillctte, Harry H 1,V1 La Hallo st. Olvlns, Itolwrt C, 01 Washington st. Goodrich, Horneo A., 24, 80 Dearborn st. Ooodrldge, Albert E. CI.. 123 La Hallo st. Cordon, Charles U.. 113 Dearborn st. Clrccn, William Ogilrn, .'II Clerk st. nrcencbaum, Mosvs E 83 Dearborn St. Cross, Samuel E Masonic Temple, cinnn, Walter C, 87 Wnshlngton st. Hair, James A., 403 Chnmbcr of Commerce. Hair. John V., Major lllock. Hamblcton, Earl L., 07 Clark st. Hammond, Charles L 410 Homo Ins. Uldg. Harrison, Win. 1'rcstnn, Times Uldg. Hangau, Hclge A., 134 Lake st. Hawloy, Edward 8., 101 Washington St. Hedenborg, Jame W.. 132 Ln Hallo st. Helneman, William, 147 Itandolph st. Henslmw, Frank A., 24, m Washington st. Hourtlcy, Arthur, Chamber of Commerce. Hill, llusscll I)., 21 Trlbuno llldg. High, Ccorgo II.. 83 Washington st. Hood, James, 014 Chamber of Commerce. Houghtollng, James I,., los Dearborn tit. Hoyt, l'uelps 1)., aw Indliinn ot. Hurlbut, Iloraco 13.. 8 Washington st. Hyde, Asa I)., 10. 12(1 Dearborn st. Hyman, Ilobert W., Jr., 1S2 Dearborn at. Itigalls, Lewis n Mitrquetto llldg. Innlcdcw, Lumloy, 3427 Indiana nvc. Isham, Henry 1'., 113 Monroe st. Istnond, Itobert K 123 Dearborn st. Jackson, Willis a.. Metropolitan Illk. Jacobs, rtonjamln P., ou Wnshlngton st. James, i lllard II., Chamber of Commerce. Korfoot, William D.. 83 Washington st. horr, William It., 100 Washington st. Kennedy, David J.. 100 Wnshlngton st. Knight, John U., 07 Clark st. Knott, Henry A., Ashland lllock. Kubln, otto. 207 W. 12th st. Lnlrig, Cutlibcrt V., 30 Dearborn st. Lntbrop, Ilryan, Old Colony Uldg. Lclatid, William. 12 Major lllock. Locb, William, 120 La Hallo st. Lombard, Joslah L., Title, and Trust Dldg. Iwry, Uutler, Tucomn lllilg. Lubvkc, William P., 105 Washington st. Charles K. Poote, Henjaniln Preeman, JolmT. Wells, William 11. Crawford. Pleld 8tarf-C. Harrison Pmt, mm. mander; Charles 11. Kinlth, ndjulant; Itoliert A. Austin, ilrst aid; C. Mttnll, second aid; M. It. Spalding, third aid; Prank (Janlner, iniartcrmnster; Dr. W. C. Maxwell. surKeon; nrarffu H. Knnpp, color sentcnut; Maurice A. lteiehert, lNtndinaster. Wr. rilvlnt will make a contest for thoiiomlJiatloii at the primaries and In the convention, and If defeated he will run as nu Independent candidate. In referrlnir to his three plauks, Mr. Olvlcis said: "The department utores ure rulnliiR all outside relall trnile, and mw detri mental to our Isvit Interests. I would putn luitvy tax ou them. 'Our real estate assessment system Is n most pernicious one. There are spe cial nsseHsmetis on almost every lot In Chicago, and t here, should not Ik1. They assess lots for paving more than twice as heavy as should lie done. In this way $120,000,000 has been taken from our citizens since the lire In 1871. 1 would revolutionize the whole system. "Our Mayor and our citizens have taken no Interest In building up our manufacturing Interests. We should bring Kasteru enterprises and capital here. It Is time to do It In this period of llnanclal depression, for manufac turing Interests are falling thera which would thrive here. Our plants, even If shut down temporarily, noon start up. Wo have able meeliaules working for a pittance that should have better em ployment. "Xo elty lias as goml railroad faclll Ill's as we have. We should make Chi cago the great manufacturing center. It Is the natural commercial center. "If elected 1 will appoint a commit tee of our most prominent men to start I he movement westward, and I will help them all 1 can to build up this city." According to the statement of the Democintle leaders of the Klglith Ward Aid. John Hcnnett, whose term expires tltlrt Hprlng, and who aspires to u re nomlnatlou. will practically have no opposition whatever at the convention. Mr. licnnctt during tho past two years has served the people faithfully ami honestly and deserves a reiioml ii.it lou. H U time anil money were al ways In readiness for those In need. He has during his term or olllce looked to the needs of his constituents In a most admirable manner. When the streets were lu nu almost Impassable condition In Ids ward and the ia.sago of an ordinance for paring could not be passed lu a Itcpubllcnn Council, he worked day and nlirlit until he rmvfil the Commissioner of Public Works lo llll liHho most Impassable places lu the street with concrete. lie has during the pant month given hundreds of dollars for relief to the poomf the ward and no person In need was turned away hungry from his door. Senator Fred I.undln, a leading mem ber of tho Hertz machine, has announc ed himself a candidate for West Town AfMi-Mir. Aid. Miller of the Tenth ward, u I.orlmermnn, wanted the plum, but It N s.ilil that torJiner lew consent ed to the Hertz mini getting the nomi nation. The above-named gentlemen have fid at tho public crib for some time, and ate pietty well taken care of at the present time. Tho people's eliolco for West Town Assessor Is Hon. Jacob M. Horn, und If the rank and illeof the ilepiibiicaii voters of I lie West Side are turned down by the defeat of Mr. Horn In the ccmhi': West Town convention It will undoubtedly mean tho election of a Democratic Assessor. When Horn ' I wm ,xii'Sor before he was liojicst mid j Lukens, William J., Chamber of Commerce. McAttley, Daniel It., 163 Washington St. McCabe, James P., 315 Dearborn st. McConucll. John, 18U La Halle st. McNeill, Malcom, It. E. Hoard Uldg. Maglll, Jacob C, Htock Exchange llldg. Mallctte, James 1'., Tho Itookory. Manning, John L., 33. 00 Dearborn at Marshall, l'hlllp L., 1)7 Clark st. Martin, Itobert L 80 La Halle st. Maynard, E. l'crcr, 83 Dearborn st. Mend, Aaron II., 100 Wnshlngton st. Mvrlgold, William A., Marquette Uldg. Montague. A. J 113 Dearborn st. Moore, Silas M 110 Dearborn st. Mulllkcn. Charles II.. 8(1 La Sallo st. Oliver, Frederick 8., 07 Washington it. Outhot, Itubln M., 420 Home Insurance Dldg. l'almor, Percy W., 30, 113 Dearborn at Parish, Samuel M 157 Ln Hallo St. Patterson, Thomas E., 187 Dearborn it Pauling. Edward (.. 132 La Sallo at. Pease, Ccorgo D., 83 Dearborn it. Peck, Fcrd W., Jr., Htock Exchange Dldg. Part, Doctor 8., 161 Ln Sallo it. Polkov. Hamuel. 20, 00 Ln Hallo it. Froudfoot. William 8.. 80 Washington at. Pruslng, Eugeno E., The Itookory. Hand, Charles E., 408, 84 La Hallo it. Hay, Uenjumln P., 80 Wabash nvc. Itehin, Andrew, 04 La Hallo st. Itclim. Jacob P., 172 Wnshlngton at Itlce, Chnrlca II., 110 Dearborn at Itledlo. Prank, 3101 Htnto st. Itoso, Ceorga A., Ti Dearborn at. Hubel, Isaac P., 110 Dearborn st. Hchtutd, Codfrey, 013. 107 Dearborn at. Hchntdvr, Wm. L., Jr., 100 Washington ot Hcott, E. Norman, 07 Wnshlneton st Heobcrgcr, Louis A., 113 Monron it Keyir.our, Herbert v., lloyco Uldc. Hllva. Charles P., 183 Deaibcrn ct, Hlaunhter Arthur O., 113 La tlnllo st Hinltti, Dunlap. 170 Dearborn it. Know, Edgar M 83 La Sallo it. Kteusland, Paul O., 4C0 Milwaukee avt. h'tono, Albsrt J Opera llouso Hide. iiurKhuor, Vnlontliio II. , 310, 83 Dearborn it Hwlft, Lemuel J 217 West Mndlsou at. Thomasson, Nelson, 83 Dearborn st, Thompson, Win. Halo. 22l West Madison at. Tldholm. August, 02 Ln Hallo st. Trumbull. John II.. Uorden Ulock. Turner. Henry L., 02 Dearborn st. Vnn Vllsslngen, James II.. 123 Dearborn at. Vlerllng, Prank C, 113 Dearborn st. Wnln, John, 303 Tncomn llldg. Wcldeii, Hamuel D 100 Washington at Walker. Itobert 1'., 110 Dearliorn st. Waller, Edward C, 70S Tho Itookory. Warner. Ccorgo L.. 00 Ln Sallo it. Woarc, William W., 218 La Halle it. Weber, Uernard P., 84 La Hallo st. Just to all. The latch string on hN door always hung on the outside, and the poor man always found Assessor Horn ready to receive him. without having fa beforehand send lu his card. A large majority of West Side voters want Horn for Akscssoi' and the machine will commit a ad error If It succeeds in turning Horn down. The people are for him. Hon. Sam II. Trade Is the only Ite publlcan talked of fyr South Town As sessor who Is strong enough to dereat James H. (lalloway, the Independent candidate. It. J. Cunning is not a candidate for South Town Assessor and would not accept If nominated. Mr. Alfred Cowlcs. the well-known attorney, Is Indorsed by the Itepubll cans of the Second ward for alderman. The llve-yenr garbage cremation bill now before the Legislature U one or Dr. lllll Kerr's pet Hclu-ines. This measure will undoubtedly cause some Interesting gossip lu tho near future. Alderman i:dund Hans, of the Sev enth Ward, was presented Friday even ing with a gold star studded with ilia liiniuls by his constituents and friends. The presentation took place at West Twelfth Street Turner Hull und the speech was made by John A. Cook. Clerk of the Circuit Court. Speeches were also made by Aldermen lli-cnnm and Kahler, The commercial travelers or Chicago will tender an Inaugural musical and reception at Central .Music Hull Satur day night to Hon. William K. Mason. Pnlted States Senator-elect, ami Hon. Charles S. Dawes. National Kxccutivo Committeeman from Illinois and prob ably tho next Comptroller of Currency. The tifrulr will be given under the Joint auspices of the Commercial McKlnlev Club. No. 1, or Chicago; the Cummer clal Democratic McKlnley Club, and the Itetall Kmployes' Souud-Mouey Me Kiiiley Chili. A magnlllcent program has been arranged. In which the Iowa State Hand, the Misses Ci.uu und (Imce i arroii, or St. touls, Mr. Charles II. MacDonald, anil tho Weber tjiiartet will participate. The proceed or tho entertainment will be used by the or ganizations nborii mentioned In mak ing their trip to Washington to attend the Inaugural cci-cumulcs. Joseph A. Swift's enmltiliiKt- fi n.. Democratic nomination for Alderman or the Thirtieth Ward has caused a large-slzed panic among the other as plmuts for that olllce. It is claimed tiat with JcM-ph Junk, the brewer, as the Democratic candidate fm- Aiui.m. of the town or take and Mr. Swirt the candidate for Aldeimau defeat will ue Impossible to the Democratic ticket In Hit ward. Tlie friend of Charles P. Swlgcrt, of tho 'I Iilrty-sccond Ward, h.ivn kiii?'iist. ed him as a candidate ror the Itepubll- can nomination ror city Clerk. Mr, Swlgert is the one-armed soldier who was nominated for State Auditor by "Long" John Went worth In the Repub lican Statu convention of 1S.(). Thin was a dramatic incident in the pulltlfi or those days. Mr. Swlgert was twico elected State Auditor, hl last term expiring In 18S8. Democrat lc politicians nro again talk lug alsiiit Harvey T. Weeks for .Mayor. Mr. Weeks Is regarded as one of the strongest men that could be named, l1 (II t.lllllMIIIUI III IM7M'JII II1H U III return wJlblii a few days, Some tlmo He Is In California nt present, but will Wells, Frank, 03 Ln Salle it. . Wheelock. Edwin D.. 00 Washington at. Wilson, Walter U., Northern Office Uldg. Young, John N.. 172 Washington at Zander, Edward W 163 Ln Halle at ASSOCIATE MEMDEItS. Aldls, Owen P., Monadnock Dldg. Hum, Perkins, 0, 140 Ln Halle at. Ulalr, Chauncey J., 82 Ln Halle it. lllock, Wllllard T., 100 Washington at. ' Urldge, llcucl W., 012 Chamber Commerca. Ilryan, Thomas II., Monadnoak llldg. Chancellor. Justus. Major Ulock. Clarke, John V Ashland Ulock. Colo. Ccorgo E., 80 Dearborn at. Colvln, William II., 113 Dearborn at Corneau, David E., Stock Exehango Dldg. Corwlth, Charles It.. 04 Wnshlngton at. Farwvll. John A 142 S. Clark st. Fisher, Lucius C, Polk nad Plymouth ptaea. Fltzslmons, Cbas., Tacoma Uldg. Fox, Leo, Security llldg. Fullerton, Clins. W., Of Dearborn at Uarrlty, Patrick h., 1214 Masonic Tempi. (Inylord. Frederick, 175 Dearborn st. dies, William A., (14 Uorden Ulock. Orcve, Chnrlcs, "Tho Pair." (ircoloy. Samuel H., 822 Opera House. Ilallberg, L. Custave, 110 La Sallo at. Hamllnc, John II., Tho Temple. Handy, Henry II., Btock Exchange. Hnrrls, Samuel II., 62 N. Clnton at. llaync, William J 423 Dearborn at. Hurd, Harvey U., 02 Washington it. Ilutohlnson, Chas. L.. Corn Exchange Dank. Jacobs, William V., N. Y. Life Uldg. Johncon, C. Porter, Ashland Uloclt. Lay, A. Trncy, Chamber of Commerce, l.i'feiis, Thlcs J 172 Washington at. I.eltar. Levi '... 81 Clark st. Il.ouenthnl, Ilerthold, McCormlck, It. Hall, .NoiKon. waiter u., lw waiuington st. Pcabody, Francis I). 104 Dearborn at. Perce, t.od rand W., C23 Tho Itookory, Pike, Eiineno 8., C01, 1C4 Dearborn at Porter, Washington, Hartford Uldg. Prlndlvllle, llcdmond, 617 Htock Ex. UlOt; Itlckcords, Gcorgo E.. 107 Dearborn at Itosenbcrg. Julius, 104 Dearborn st. Ilycrxon, Martin A., Chamber of Commerca. Ki-avcrns, Ccorgo A.. 137 Rlalto Uldg. Hlicldon, Theodore. Uorden Ulock. Hnilth, Hyron L 103 La Sallo it. Hpooncr, Frank E., 850 Marquctto Dldg. Htarbuck, James M., Itlalto llldg. Ktewart, Archibald A., Stock Exchange. Thornton, Charles 8.. Major lllock. Walker, Henry II., Tacoma Uldg. Wheeler, Augustus W Htock Ex. Dldg. Wllloiviuby. Charles L.. 30 La Salle at. Ynggy. t,evl W., Lake Forest, III. ago he refused absolutely to enter tho camtMiign, but many of his political friends claim that the treatment he, as president of the West Park Hoard, re ceived at the hands of the Itepubllcan may Induce him to change his mind. lu the Twelfth Ward Aid. "Jim" Campbell has been laying his wires for a nomination ror ic-electlou for al most a year. Campbell, lu his eager ness to have nu easy contest, Is said to have endeavored to gi't the ludorHcmcut of several reform organizations. When the leaders of the'weirth Ward Ite publican machine saw that the Munici pal Voters League record or Campbell ended with: "Aid. Campbell ought to be dereated should he seek re-election." they decided that to nominate Campbell meant to court trouble, so they scut word that Campbell would not be nom inated, but that DeWltt C. Joues, a lawyer In LaSalle street, seemed to fill llll the rciiulrcmcutrt of tho occasion, and that he wonl.l be given the support or the Republican machine. The Dem ocrats, It Is said, have decided upon J. II. Frauds for their party's candidate. In the Thirteenth Ward the Itepubll can hosrtfri went against the Municipal Voters League last year when they lioinllial-d ex-Ahl. K. W. Slnnwonil. Stanwood was dereated by a round plu rality. This year they do not want an other such tluht. and so It has hcim decided to retire Aid. Holmnti, whonep- pencil mo same measures which made Stanwood objectionable. All opposition to tho candidacy of Frank I. licnnctt Tor the Itepubllcan aldermanle nomination In tho Thirty fourth ward was practically withdrawn last week at two rousing meetings, held at Woodhiwn ami Parkslde. Mr. licn nctt was present at both gatherings, which weie tho regular caucuses veil delegates to the city, town und aider manic conventions. At tho meeting at Parkshle Alderman Math headed a large representation from (Jrand Cress lug, that bellied to Increase tho enthu siasm for Mr. Ileniiett. At the Woodhiwn meeting, which was held nt the corner of Sixtieth smt and Washington avenue, L'dwln K. Walker was named as chairman, iin lo last week he was considered the lead er of the O'Neill force, but nt the open lug of tho mectlug he expressed a change or heart, ami was put in as chairman. Mr. llemietfs candidacy was unanimously Indorsed, and nil the del egates were pledged to blm. The name or John It. Towle was mentioned, but coming as an eleventh-hour candidate lie was dronned. Tim ricveloniuoiirx of the last few days practically unite an tne laetions in the ward In favor of Mr, Ileuuctt. The friends lit' W. I 1.nvnn nf ti Thirty-second ward are beginning to strenuously urge the consideration or Ids name lu connection with the Itepub llcau Humiliation ror City Clerk. Mr. Lawful lias a very wide acquaint ance, especially in tho southern portion of the elty, and was ecretary of the convention which nominated Mayor Swift two years ago, lie Is now the chief deputy clerk cr the criminal court, lu which position lie Is said to hare gained the Approval or the Judges with whom lie has come lu contact, and lo have made a creditable record. He was formerly superintendent of the Hyde Park water olllce. Judge Carter, upon the ndrlco of his physician, lias gone South for a month's rest, He is run down from overwork and threatened with nervous prostra tion. Tho appenraiieo of Insomnia Security Uldg. 84 La Salle at. caused the Judge to hasten away. The doctor told him that unless he sought rest lu n warm climate at once serious Illness might result. Judge Carter Is ae cumiKiulcd on the trip by his wire. Oeorge It. Peck, general counsel or the Chicago, Milwaukee and Ht. Pttul Itnllrnad Company, who was Injured last November by falling Into nu ele vator shaft nt the Shorchnm Hotel lu Washington, arrived In tho city Inst week,. and occupied the quarters at the Virginia Hotel which ho had engaged Just liefore going Kast. Mr. Peck Is lu the best or health and spirits, except that his left ha nil still bears witness to the sttrferlngs he must have endured during the last three months. In the accident tho lingers of his left hand were dislocated, but inn puUitlon was avoided, and the action of the little linger Is already completely restored. Mr. Peck tells n tln-llllm? uw or modern surgical science, which, ho says, was all that saved his lire. He has the perfect use of his right hand, though the arm was broken above the wrist and tho wrist dislocated. D. P. Crllly will succeed Hon. M. It. Madden lu the Council from the Fourth Ward. The voters of the Sixteenth Wlinl want to re-elect Hon. Oeorge C. Lenko to the Council, but there are many or the Itcpuhllctiu leaders who think Mr. Lenko would prove it strong candidate for City Treasurer. If the Republicans or the Nineteenth Ward are wise they will nominate It . Iloin.iuo for Alderman. Otherwise they will lose the entire Italian vote or the ward, which they have bad lu the past. Mr. Homaiin Is a reputable bnsl ncss man who will make it worthy sue cesser to Tom Oallaghcr. Should the Republicans Indorse (Sallngher the Hal la n-Ainerlcans will be Justified In cast lug their votes for the fiimllilnt,. nf home other party. It would be well for mv. .Muniernud other Republican lead ers lu this ward to look before thev leap. It was announced at tho last meeting of the County Democracy Unit mw seventy members had already declared iiieir intention or going to New Orleans, and there was little doubt that at least I tin would go. At Raton Rouge the reception com mittee will consist or (lov. M. J. Foster, Lieut, ti'ov. R. II. Snyder. Secretary or State J. T. Michel, State Auditor W. W. Hurd. .Mayor John J. Wax. and lirteeu other citizens. The committee at Jack son will consist of tlov. A. J. McLnurln, ex-d'ovs. Robert Lowry and John Stone, Mayor Ramsey Wharton, and other cit izens. At Vicksburg the committee will consist of Mayor Murray F. Smith and' iiiouiiy council. The club will also be received at New Orleans, Memphis, Cairo, Champaign, III,, and other cities. At Xew Orleans an armory will be placed iif the disposal of lite visitors as a place of rendezvous. There Is every nro.snect of n wnnmi. lug or the old Cottghlln-Skakel light lu itlie Fltst Ward. Skakel and his follow ers announce that unless they nro giv en one of Hie committeemen from that ward they will wage llertv war against "Dinky Dink" Keiina, who Is slated by 'the Coughlln faction for tho uldcrmanlc nomination. At present the coniinirteetnen arc Coughlln and Kenna, and the other far. lion, made up of the FJrst Ward Cartel II. Harrison Club, claiming a member ship or l.noo, Insists that Its organiza tion Is entiled to one or Hie cniniiiltrin ships, and Is pushing "Xlck" Cramci for tho pl'aee, I A?kfph ZrOrtZSSir AT ANV BROCERY, 164-166 SUdiMn St, J. E. GOODMAN & CO., Rialto Building, Van Buren and Shennas Sis. 3 DEALERS IN S Grain, Provisions & Stocks J. P. Smulski & Co. 565 Noble Street. PRINTERS HP3 "GAZETA KATOLICKA," T7m to iJtMrtliliig medium among th Polten tMldaata ! Omloag mMAAmtmiem, Apply lor rat. JOHNADANK jfjaaa.aw m Livery, Boardings! Sale Stables 181 and 888 Webster At., O.ggg) Chicago- W. D. CURTIN & CO., KJrrf "al Sa -TlsfWnVTff 148-150 Wells Street. Talaphona North B9. LIVERY: 148 and WM. EISFELDT, JR., Funeral Director and Embalmer. wi Livery and Boarding, 86 and 88 Racine Avenue, telephone North 270. OHIOAGO CHAS. BURMEISTER, UNDBR TAKER! 303 Larrabec Street. NtfMJU. , CWCAQ0,lU, VIENNA. NEW ENGLAND, COUNTY PAIR. DADDV DOLLAR. BREAD. 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