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h., JUDICIARY Of COOK COUNTY. Superior Court Judges. tOU. B. GARY, Chief Jostle. JONA1 HUTCHINSON. HENRY M. BHEPARD. WILLIAM O. EWINO. THEODORE BRENTANO. PHILLIP STEIN. HENRY V." FREEMAN. JAMES GOGGIN. ARTHUR H. CHETLAIN. NATHANIEL O. SEARS. JOHN B. PAYNE. FARLIN Q. BALL. JOHN A. LINN, Clerk. Circuit Court Judges. M. F. TULEY, Chief Justice. A. N. WATERMAN. R S. TUTHILL. FRANCIS ADAMS. R. W. CLIFFORD. FRANK BAKER. EDMUND W. BURKE. THOMAS G. WINDES. ELBRIDGE HANECY. ABNER SMITH. JOHN GIBBONS. EDWARD F. DUNNE. O. A HORTON. JOHN A. COOKE, Clerk. CHAS. G. NEELY. County Court. JUDGE ORRIN H CARTER CLERK PHILIP KNOPF Probate Court. JUDGE C. C. KOHLSAAT CLERK. i A. O. COOPER SHERIFF JAMES PEASE STATE'S ATTORNEY CHARLES S. DENEEN CLERK OF THE CRIMINAL COURT E. J. MAGERSTADT. LEADIIIG MEMBERS OF TBE BAR Wl C. KAhlVS. Attorney at Law, Suite 119 Hartford Building Tolcphtno Express 072. CHICAGO. - - 1 1..!.,. JOHN R. PARKER, Attorney at Law. NEW YORK LIFE lUlLDlNO, ft Hall, and Monro. SU., OlttUagO. ANDREW J. RYAN, ATTORNEY MD COUNSELOR AT LAW, 616-618620 Reaper Block, Ttephou.Mulii4324. CIIIOAUU. N. M. PLOTKE, Attorney and Counselor. Rmri II, SI U, Ctork ft., Chloigf. Smimsm, 411 Oleralaai A?e. Hilary Public ,. D.L.MORRILL Attorney ill COUNSELOR AT LAW. 1210 Title and Trust Bldg., 100 WASHINGTON ST. CHAS. H. CRAWFORD Attorney and Counselor at La w, 1220 Cliamtior of CommerGe Bld.t CHICAGO. WfewPmllM. RmCHdL DMfluCOria Prentiss.Hall&Greag Attorneys at Law, JU-SI5 First Nallcnal Bank Bldg T.l.phon. Main a4W. ARMAND F. TEEFY, Attorney at Luw, 84-86 LA SALLE ST., Illtl SILSffl. OHIOAGO. TILIPHONI MAIN 1UI. KICKHAM SCANLAN, Uto 1107 Ashland Blok, CUeagf Ytotopbona Main Mil judsor f. eoine. Attorney it Lav. 013 Tltlo nml Trutt IIuIMImk. IOO Washington Street. Ti'lcplimiu .Main ST03. . F. BVKTl. bin f. Rvntam, Ja., Motur Paklie, LAW OFFICE -or- RUNYAN & RUNYAH 95 Washington St. Rma SS 33. Tel. Main 3711. MUM H. TAT6E. Attorney & Counselor, m mt 344.343, 78 and 79 Dearborn Street Unity Bulltllng. Tl. Main 3073. CHICA3Q. Outtom lobars. 010. M . hlTim, WW IB I l Cnaaaaiy, GRAFTS i STEVENS, Attorneys and Counselors jtr LAW. mil TIT, Til t Til Stock Ezelinii Mi, miPMOM main iata, Henry M. Coburn ATTORNEY -AM) Counselor at Law Room 44. 02 La talle it. Cor. WwOiliuztmi nml La Hullo Ht. Tcltphon. Main 4S97 & r Attorneys at Law, Suite 50:?Jhfi Jemple KDWARD trCLENNON, MASTER IN CHANCERY CIRCUIT COURT. Telephone M. 300B. John T.Richards, ATTORNEY ANDitt Counselor at Law. ROOM 82, HO DEARBORN ST. Telcpliono Main 5300. O'oleitlioiio Muln UUBII. Attorney at Law... Suite 704 and 705 "THE OXFORD," 86 La Salle Street. Inn mill WW MRCRER lEAOIWJORPO HarrrRubem. Robins B.Mott. Oattrritokar RUBENS & MOTT, Attorneys and Counselors CORPORATION LAW A SPECIALTY. MMkBtchaatoBulltaff, ...CHICAQO. HRAII.CODT. IITIUB.CODY, I0PE REED COST. HIRAM H. COM & SONS, Attorneys at Law 44 TO 4 MAMS LOOK, T.I. MM. IT Cltrk ttrttt, CHICAtt. ROBERT S. ILES, Attorney ul Counselor at Law, INK lit AMMltMR llllllftf , lB3X8tilSt, . CHICAGO. C.Porter Johnson General Attorney. United States Branch London Guarantee and Accident Co., Ltd. CHICAQO. - ILLINOIS. Luther Laflin Mills, .LAWYER. m La Sails St. .CHICAQO. T. Moaltrla Her steal, fillls . MORDECAI GADSDEN, ATTORNEY AT XAfV a, 45 and 47 Broad at., CHARLESTON, 8. 0. .rractle.lalh.HUI.andrtd.ralO.Brt.. tl attraUontWen to ColiKtlant.lual Batata, Oafate Mas, Commercial aad laiuraac. Law. A. I. BlkUIIOIE. Ii. J. BAMBIMia JUZ.IVI 0. LBTI. A. J. & L. J. BAMBERGER Attorney ami Couatilon. MMOtChittnutS!., PHILADELPHIA. CORPORATION ANB COMMERCIAL LAW. Bfr to Commercial National Biak. J.aaWaa aakar, rfelladaiptalai M. B. Olalla c. kaw tiST OHAS. C. BLACK, ATTORNEY. Corporation ana Commercial Law. N.w Y.rk LM BalUlag , IA3CXTT, EDWIN S.CRAIC Attorney at Law, iT.uN.L.Ai PITTSBURGH, PA. Bbfbbbwch TradMiMB'aftatleaal Bask. FHUkBca Tk Colon Trait Coapaaroi riltakaram Carter, Hnghei leltofg, AnORNEYS ft COUNSELORS AT LAW. Waltbb b. oabtbbw II IroUwty antf Fbbdbbio r. kbllo.. wall II., BTBVaaBODMBft NIW YORK Elbert H. Gary. LAWYER, Suite 857,858,859,861 THE ROOKEBI omoAOo. T.lephona Harrison 39. RESIDENOE, 768 Walnut Bt. Frederick S.Baird ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW 1007-9 TEUTONIC BLDG, 172 Washington St. TBI. 1U.IN 4080. CHICAQO. JOHN C. KINO, ALF'DH. GROSS 497 W. Congress SI. 2339 Indiana Ave. KING & GROSS, -AT- No. 87 E. Washington Street. Telephone Main 1020. FRANK W. VOUNO. FRANK E. MAKUL. THOMAS E.D. BRADLEY. Tow, HaResl & firaiy, Attorneys at Law, 726 TO 730 REAPER BLK., Cltirk und Washington Streets, TELEPHONE MAIN 5071. M. C. Mcintosh, Attorney and Counselor at Law. Suite 31-33, 95 Washington St., Telephone Main 2711, CHICAGO. Xt..ltlno Harrington, Attorneys Counselors I'iiIiIIo HpcnkliiK Agreed win, lllni. Mr. C. W. HmlclllTo Cimlu-. n mum liur of the HiUIhIi l'lullniuciit, tells In tliu llnullsli llltmtratml Mnun.lno tht slory of mi i.peiloiico that was inoro nimtslng In t ho tolling Hint In the ox lii'ili'iiclnsr. Ho vns to siiciih nt nn uvciiliu; meeting lit n country town, nml wns f 1 1 it to (lino with two elderly Imlles of the luee. Not until ho wns tlreslng for dinner did hu dlscm or tlmt Ills son n lit had neglected to jiack his wnlHtcont, Thoi'o wns no gentleman In the house hohl of whom ho cotild liornnv, hut tho luitler, n stout man, lintl n xpnio waist coat, which, though not it match for tho rest of his clothing, wns near enough to i:is niustor. lint, nlnsl tho wnlstcont wns n nillo too hlft Ho found n sympittliotlo hoimoninld who tool: up it huso plimt nt thu hack of tho wnNtcoat, nml fnstciii'd It so iMirvly with pins. Dinner out, tho party drovo to tho mooting, whore tho pniilnmoninry cnudldnto was to mnko the principal speech. Tho candidate had lit'oii spe.ikiiiK ton minutes, mid luid wnrmed to his work, when sud denly ho felt n pin kIvo wa, nml then miother nml niiother. Slowly tho bor rowed piiinoiit oxpamleil, until Its wearer npieared in nil tho capacious hulk of the true owner. Luckily the main body nf the nudl enco did not perceive the change, hut n distressing titter wns heard among the indies In front. Tho host comment enmo from n gentleman who greeted tho speaker utter tho meeting. "Puhllo spenklng evidently ngrees wllh voti. sir." he said, hi u cointill. mentnry tone, "for when joii snt down you wero twice tho man you wore when you rose." Itrtuly Decision. Ilntznc tells of a counselor who had a great fondness for sentences of death. Tho president of the trlliun.il with which lie wns connected having asked his opinion ou n case which had Just been concluded, ho started suddenly from sleep and said that the niau should have his head cut off. "But," said tho president, "the question Is about a meadow." "Then let It be mown!" CHARLES It. PAYIMK, Attorney at Law. Telephone Main 206. SU.TES 720-22 REAPER BLOCK. 95 AND 97 S. CLARK ST. iii'iiimi: it. i'i 1 u .tons , mii 1. ru. .mi m.iTr Mr.Min. PECK, MILLER & STARR, Counselors at Law. Offices 913-16 Honadnock Building, DHARBOKN ST., S. W. COR. JCkS0N, IVll I'lKiM'lTtH. CIIICAOO. Joii.v Mavo l'Ar.Mrit. T, A McDoxaio. ItOIIKHTHON' l'.M.MI'.li. & r Attorneys at Law, 1109-13 Chicago Stock Exchange Building Telephone .Main IJ83, fiaster in Chancery. Suite 52,53, 54 Merchants' Bldg., 02 LA SALLE STREET. IDS WASHINOTON 8TREET. TELEPHONE, . MAIN 4032. . II. FAIRBANKS, LAWYER, Room 60, 61, 62 and 63 Illinois Bank Building;, 115 Dearborn Street. TELEPHONE 10 MAIN. Benjamin F. Rieholson Attorney at Law, No.79 CLARK STREET CHICAGO. Telephone & LEACH, Attorneys and Counselors at Law, 705-708 Security Bldg., CHICAQO. PALMER Mcdonald PALMER WEFeniore Cooper Ml CHAUBOURNE COUNTESS WALDERSEE. One Atiicrlcnti Womnn flnppllr Wed led to n 1'oreluii Nobleman. Few American women have been to successful In their alliance with foreign noblemen ns the Countess Wnldcrsce, who wns Miss Mary 1'sther Lee, of New York. Tho Countess' husband la tho director of the German army Is tho successor of Von Moltke, In fact, nud tho Countess herself Is the person al friend nnd adviser of tho Gorman emperor and his wlfo. Her Influence In Imperial politics Is therefore ns great ns thnt of any one person other than tho Kmpcror himself. Even ltlsmnrck helped himself out of power by being hostile to tho American woman and COU.NTKSS WAI.ftKIIFSE. her plans. The father of tho Countem was a New York Krocer, who retired and left only a nmnll fortune to his widow. Mrs. Leo went to Stuttgart to llvo and educate her children. Thero dIio met nnd married a German diplo mat, Baron Wnechter, afterward nm haimador to France. In 1S(H her daugh ter, Mary lather, married l'rlnco 1'rvd crick of Schleswlg-Holntelii, who paw her by accident In a hotel. Tho prlnco wns Immensely rich nnd 70. MIm Io wns poor and 27. On tho wedding trip to Palestine she persuaded him to mako over to her his ontlro fortune. He did so and died six months Inter. Not long afterward the widowed princess was married to Count Wnldorseo, then a rising soldier, l'rlnco WAllnni married a grand niece of Prince Frederick, Au gusta Victoria. That young womnn wns ungainly nnd awkward, but under the spell of the fair and tnctful Ameri can she soon beennio one of tho most polished women In Europe. Tho tui tion given her by the Countess, nnd lu quick results, charmed the prince, who wns soon to become Huiporor. When Wlltlnni luccnded to the throne, when Illsmnrck foil, and when the young war lord wns his own master, ho heaped honor after honor ou tho Waldersecs. The Countess Is now GO years old. The husbaud, In case of a Herman war, would bo the master of tho German army. BOSTON'S SOCIAL QUEEN. CniiiircHiiinri Hprnmie'n Wlfo Is Worth Over UO,i:00,0()0. Mrs. Charles 1 Spnigue, wife of Congtvfsmau Sprague, of Boston, will be a notable tlguro In Washington so ciety. She Is the leader of thu best Kocloty In Boston, and that Is saying a great deal. Shu Is the richest young iimtrou lu thu city of wealth. Her guiiidfntlier, William 1'. Weed, of Phll mU'lphln, left her a fortutio of $1(1, 1 11 iii.i 100, which has Increased. Mrs. Sprnguo Is a very hnndsonio blonde. She lias a regal air, nud her naturally distinguished appearance Is enhanced by the cxquUlto taste she displays In -?'i Mns. riiAiit.r.s r. srnAoue. her gowiiH. Her dreagos, from tho faultlessly fitting tallor-mado walking gowns she wears In tho street to tho gorgeous creations lu which sbo Is garbed In society, are at ouco the ad miration and the drapnlr of her friends, Mrs. Sprnguo Is a superb hostess, nor great wealth enables her to have Just w hat hIio desires when she entertains, and lu thrso llttlo enterprises sho Is ably nsslsted by Mr. Sprnguo, who Is a man of good Judgment, tlno tasto and pleasant manners. Mr. Sprague Is, as lias been noted, the leader of Boston's 400, to which position sho made her way over Mrs. "Jack" Gardner, who had ruled queen of tho hub for several years. Mrs. Gardner did not glvo up her throne without a struggle, but her rival was younger, handsomor nnd moro winsome, and Dually captured such hearts as wore necessary to mako her tho quoon. Tho Sprnguos linvo taken possession of Levi P. Morton's mngnlflcent Washington home. An Old Atlliriuor Terrapin. 801110 of tho nutltult!es of this coun try which llud their way Into museums are rivaled In ago by a living creaturo at tho Zoo. It Is 1111 alligator torrapln, or Mississippi sunpper, whoso 150 pounds of sulwtnnco havo been accumu lated In a lifetime of llvo centuries or moro. At least, that Is what the sci entists calculate, ami they say that thero Is no reason to doubt that It was paddling around as a llttlo turtlo In tho Mississippi wbcu Do Soto first gaied upon that rWar. Blnks-The doctor advises short, quick runs sovcral times a day; but bo says tho exercise will do mo no good unless It has an object Jinks Buy a straw hat You'll have Elenty of short quick runs then, 6paw omenta. Pill's llcoliiiniv. P.it wont to tho clink of the comt nnd obtained a license to marry. In three weeks ho appeared tlioio iignln, "Slnircl" ho said, "1 haven't used the license yer give mo the wan time." "Well?" "Alt' I nx yo to tnko out the nnuin of Mary I'lynn and put In Kntlu O'Connor lu the pins of It." Tho cletk oNplalueil th.it this would bo Impossible; nothing but a now li cense would bo lu order. "Ho the powers, then," said Pat, "I'm In more trouble than Ivor, t only com t oil Kntlo to save niu money ou thu license." 'I liruo (toMilero. Teacher How niany gendeis nte thero? Child Tin eo. MiiFculliio, feminine nnd bloomer. Illustrated lilts. HENRY BONNEFOI, Justice of the Peace 594 SHEFFIELD AVENUE, U!M".ft RPSInPNCP IXL Nnrth ..w.... ,-., .. .,-.... Police Magistrate Sheffield Av. Police Court. NOTARY PUBLIC. Telephone Lnke View 35. NOTARY PUBLIC. Q. W. HOTALING, Justice of the Peace 3900 STATE STREET. Englewood Office, 6311 Wentworth Ave. Residence, 140 Sixty-fifth Street. All Business Intrusted Promptly Attended To. JOHN RICHARDSON, Justice of the Peace 125 South Clark Street. HARRISON STREET POLICE MAGISTRATE. Residence, 3122 South Park Avonuo. A. V. LEE, Justice of the Peace, 3909 Cottage Grove Av. Residence, 8448 Cornell Ave. Eeiidcnce, 4518 Sherman Street. J. J. HENNESSY, Justice of the Peace AND NOTARY PUBLIC. Police Magistrate Stock Yards Police Court. 4139 SOUTH HALSTED STREET. M. A. LA BUY, JUSTICE OF THE PEACE, 186 West Madison St., cor. Halstod. Residence, 581 Milwaiikeo Avo. LEOAL I)OCTJ3I13IVr.rS DKAWN. RANDALL E WHITE, Justice of the Peace, 125 SOUTH CLARK ST. WM. T. HALL, (POLICE MAGISTRATE,) Justice of the Peace. Residence, 3519 Calumet Ave. Courtroom, 1 28 S. Clark St. Telephone GEORGE KERSTEN, Justice of the Peace, Rooms 1 and 2, 57 N. Clark St OLAF F. SEVER Justice of the Peace. 146 ind 148 West Mtdlson St HnUlnil St ftwMwst .Citncr ...u..w .., wo VolfMinHtriit. Tol. Oakland 172 Telephone Yards 628. Main aSl.