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Vdl Wlfc, 'I V ' si r 'v -, , n r TECB3 OHIOAQO SAQLE JUHICIARY OF COOK GOUT. fKrxryf. ,in. rM-w" v -- -- - Superior Court Judges. fOt. H OARY, Chief JMlte JONAS HOTOHmjBW. HENRT M. SHEPARD. WILLIAM O. EWINO. THEODORE BRENTANO. PHILLIP STEIN. HENRY V. FREEMAN. JAMES OOGGIN. ARTHUR H. OHETLAIN. NATHANIEL O. SEARS. JOHN B. PAYNE. FARLIN Q. BALL. JOHN A. LINN, Clerk. LEHttl C1IPOHHTI0W UWYEM. atryAakaae. oMnH.kot. autr.flMMl RUBENS & MOTT, Attorneys and Counselors CORPORATION UW A SPECIALTY. tkBaaagBalMiaf, ...CMICAO. Circuit Court Judge. U F TULEY, Chief Justice. A. N. WATERMAN. RS.TUTHILL. . P5Aa R. W CLIFFORD. FRANK BAKER EDMUND W. BURKE THOMAS G. WINDES. ELBRHfoE HANEOY. ABNER SMITH. JOHN, GIBBONS. EDWARD F. DUNNE. O. A. HORTbN. JOHN A. COOKE, Clerk. OHAS. G. NEELY. DUII. COOT. IMIMB.CODT. IOPE REED CODT. HIRAM H. CODY i SONS, Attorneys at Lawf 44 TO 44 REAM M.OOK, Ttl. INff. ? Clark llfMl. CHICMt. E. R. WOODLE, Attorney and Counselor at Law. 814 REAPER BLOCK, Corner Washington and Clark 8ts. Tcloptione Main 200. CHICAGO. DEFENDED THE EAGLE. Telephone Main 396. County Court. itrnaE ORRIN H CARTER SSS"! ' PHILIP KNOPF .';. Probate Court. lijUDGB. . . .'.V.Y. ,....' v .C. C. KOHLSAAT CLERK ' COOPER WFHTFF .' JAMES PEASE STATE'S ATTORNEY CHARLES S. DENEEN CLERK OF THE CRIMINAL COURT .. ..... -,- ..'; ..E. J. MAGERSTAPT. CHARLES B. PAVLICEK, robert s. iles, Attorney at taw. Attorney ui Couselor at Lai, ft SM AMMlktlM BMlMfftfl, lP3LalalleBt, CHIOAOO. C. Porter Johnson General Attorney. ff.atljt.1 CAmAam DaaMfik milieu aiaivs uiaiiwii I niiilnM flitmrantnt nnrl I Accident Co., Ltd. CHICAQO, - - ILLINOIS. SUITES 720-22 REAPER BLOCK, 95 AND 97 8. CLARK 8T. ILK LEADINQ MEMBERS QF THE BJffl Wl MM .a 9 Attorney at Law, Suite 119 Hartford Building Telephone Express 072. CHICAGO. - - ir.1. JOHH R. PARKER, Attorney at Law. NIW YORK UFt lUILWNf. BaJarfg. Chicago. ANDREW J. RYAN. ATTORNEY MO COUNSELOR AT UW, 616-6I8-620 Reiper Block, TaUphono Main 4334.. CUIOAOO. JIIDSOn F. COMG. Ifcl at Lai, Ola Tltlo onJ Truit llullillni. IOD Washington Street. Telephone Main 3703. Luther Laflin Mills, ...HiA-WYEXt,... 132 La Salle St. ...CHICAQO IU.M11UU Attorney and Counsellor at Law, New York Life Building, ',71 La Salle Street, suite 1201. Chicago. TELEPHONE MAIN 2133. A. L. ALIEN. F. K. BLAKE, T. atoallrta XatdtaaL FM1I M. 9UHm MORDECAI & GADSDEN, ATTOBNEY"! AT LA a. 4B and AT Broad t., CHARLESTON, S. O. Practice la tb. UUU and Ptdrl '' Mention flT.n to Coll.clloni. Bil tilM, BtrfM. 10a, coamtreitl ud luurtnce Lw. Allen & Blake, ATTORNEYS -AI LAW OFFIOE RUNYAN &RUNYAN 95 Washiafton St. Reeme S9 S3. Tel. Main 9711. AJ.BiMSBlOH. m IJ.lUnlMM juutra e. Liti. A. J. & L. J. BAMBERQER Attoraty mat CauauHn., MMMChaitnattt., PHILADELPHIA CORPORATION AM COMMERCIAL UW. OHAS. 0. BLACK, ATTORNEY. Carptratlin ant1 Commercial Law. New Vara LN. aellalaf, OITX, COUNSELORS 505 to 510 Unity Building, 79 Dearborn St., TELEPHONE MAIN 060. CHIOAOO. N. M. PLOTKE, Attorney and Counselor, mm II, SI . Citric SL,Chleat. cwiweM, U Otmlaaa, kn. Hilary Publlo. ta-inr D.L.MORRILL Attorney . M COUNSELOR AT LAW. 1210 Title and Trust Bldg., 100 WASHIN0T0N ST. WILUM H. TAT6E. Aiuj I Counselor, Reeme e44e4, 78 and 79 Dearborn Street Unity Bulla-lng. Tel. Main SOTS. CHICAOa c.cm-a.. Jsvm GRAFTS I STEVENS, Attorneys and Counselors INM TIT, Til k Til Itnk EXtlUIl Bll miPMONB MAIN I0T. EDWIN S.CRAIC Attorney at Law, PITTSBURGH, PA, fradeMM'aNatloaal Buk. mtukte Tat UbIm Tnu Ooaiaaarol Mttaiaaji eT. NIOHOLAB kllBBBMOM oKonor. n. it.ck. joiix b. itLi.r.it. Mi'.niurr btaiiu. FECK, MILLER & STABS, Counselors at Law. An Knttllnli Champion of America In a Cnnmllnti Cnmimtiy. It wns In the smokln compartment of tliu 1'iillnmii nttnchuil to thu (Intnil Trunk l'nclllu exjirosi from Toronto. Mi- i. nf Hi., r'niiiiillnii lMclllc. mid myself were cllieiisslnj tho proposed rutallntlon Ifslslntlon which tho domin ion government Is thinking of lustltut Ins H n offset to nny future move of Sir. Corliss. Tho Rcnurnl trend of the eonversntlon, or controversy, eiiwi Into lty the occiipsiiiN of tho smoking room win not conipllinentnry to the United States. Although It nppenred Hint 1 wns tho only Ungllshnmn pies- ent, I wns tho sole clmmplon 01 mu Stars mid Stripes. Tho othors-thoiigli Judging from their conversation they were not so well aciiunlnted with tho great repll'c ns myself laid dowu t.ie law In the most deckled manner mid ..... .....iw.nl tnv thn llrltlsll ling Was called Into question more than oiico l cause of my apparently mill-Hrlllsli opinions. Thero Is not, I hellcvc. n more loyal snhjector ner mosi ur,iciii majesty than myself, hut It somutlmoa gives mo n very weary feeling to hear Canadians, whoso solo knowledge of tho United States consists of mi oc casional trip to Huffnlo, speaking of their neighbors" as If said neighbor were nlwnys looking for nil opportunity m nnikn tlilniM iinnleasant for the T.ilt- Ish subjects to tho north. It U impossl bio for them to know, ns I do, unless they have traveled further than Utif falo, of tho courteous hospitality and broad-inlndcduess of thu average Amer ican. A small, quiet man who sat In n corner by himself did not Join In the controversy, but I noticed sovoral times that when any particular unkind thing was said about tho United States ho puffed very vigorously at his cigar. Arter numerous arguments una won ...iv..un...i urn ntnl con tho conversation turned Into another channel and tho subject wns dropped. When tho train reached Toronto I gavo my grip to olio of tho little red-capped boys that mo n feature of tho union station mid started for tho exit. I had proceeded but n short distance when n touch on the ..i,.,t,i,,. inniii. nut turn round, to dis cover the small quiet man walking fllltl(utl1(. "Stranger," ho K.ild, "I want you to como up to the Queen's nnd have din ner with me." "Why, thank you," I replied, "but I have n previous engagement." "Well, you Just drop your previous engagement nnd dlno with me," ho said. .... , I was certainly surprised nt his slid .Inn llklnir for mo. mid told llllll SO. ti m.i.iin.1 "UVll. sir. I'm nn Amer ican, nnd I'm proud of It; you're n Ilrlt Isher nnd you're proud of It; that's all right, but, by Glnilul, you were tho only mnn In Hint cnrlond of Canadians thnt had a good word to say for tho 'Hlrd, nnd you've Just got to unvc dinner with mo." I had dinner with tho gentlcmnn. Owen A. Smlly, In Detroit Froo Tress. MAX EBERHARDT, Justice of the Peace (Deutscher Frledensrichter) 142 to 148 West Madison Street, r;.aJlson Hnll Dul'dlng. Opposite Union Street. RESIDENCE 430 Ashland Boulevard. HENRY BONNEFOI, Justice of the Peace 594 SHEFFIELD AVENUE, VSZT RESIDENCE, 1383 North H.lstcd St., &?' . ' Police Magistrate Sheffield Av. Police Court. NOTARY PUBLIC. Telephone Lake View 35. NOTARY PUBLIC. Tel. Oakland 172' G. 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 tie Peace 125 South Clark Street. HARRISON STREET POLICE MAGISTRATE. Residency 3122 South Park Avenue. Ollcei 11311 Imdiock Building, DEARBORN ST., S. W. COR. JtCICON, XrXElMI0NI'.:7t8. CHICAGO. Carter, lugtei 4 lellogg, ATTORNEYS ft COUNSELORS AT UW. Henry M. Coburn ATTORNEY W.v.m e. If A' OlABLIS M. iU0H. M Imtwty ml Fbidibio e. KiLLoee. " BWABbJT.DWIOIT. . uabu ASTIVBaaOVVBt. r iwn n Elbert H. Gary, LAWYER, Me 857,858,859,861 THE ROOIEII omoAGo. Telephone Harrison 80. Jonx Mato palmicr. I. A MCDOSAU). KoiiEiiTso.y Palmeii. palmer, Mcdonald & PALMER, Attorneys at Law, 1109-13 Cblcato Stock Bxchaiie Bulldieg T.ltphon. Mala 1383. -AND- CHAS.H. CRAWFORD Attorney and Counselor at Law, 1220 Chamber of Commerce Blfl., , ciiioA-Go. . Counselor at Law Room 44, 02 La Salle St. Cor. V mliliiKtoii and la Hallo HU. Tcltphon. Miln 4897 nil Gleuuou WPfMllH. fcaCHill. BNtluCflrtn PrenVaMGiegg Attorneys at Law, 114515 First National Bank Bids Telephone Main 8493. ARMAND F. TEEFY. Attorney atLaw, 84-86 LA BALLS ST., sits IIMI1. OHIOAQO. TKUtPBONI MAW ISM. J. Attorneys at Law, Suite 509 The Temple EDWARD T. GLINNON, MASTER IN CHANCERY CIRCUIT COURT. Telephone M. 3068. RE8IDBNOE. 768 W.lnut 81. FrederickS.Baird ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW IOO7-0 TEUTONIC BLDG, 172 Washington St. TKL. UJiS 4089. CHICAGO. Wm.Fenimore Cooper flaster in Chancery. Suite 52,53, 54 Merchants' Bldg., 02 LA 8ALLC STREET. I S3 WASHINGTON STREET. TELEPHONE, . MAIN 4032. JOHN C. KINO, 497 W. Congroii St. ALF'DH. GROSS 2330 Indiana Ave. KING & GROSS, John T.Richards, ATTORNEY Attorneys Counselors -AT- Y II. FAIRBANKS, LAWYER, Rooms 6o, 6i, 6a and 63 Illinois Bank Building, 115 Dearborn Street. TELEPHONE 10 MAIN. TRIED THIS ELEPHANT, Anil Acquitted It of Having Killed It. cruel Keeper. All elephant accused of murder 1ms lioeti exoucrntetl ny tlio coroner s jury In Loudon. Clmrley Is the uaiiiu of this nnlimil, which earns 11 IIvIiik for him self and his nmimixer In a circus. For moro than a yenr Charley had a keeper who heat lilm cruelly. Almut n year iiko the man was dlscharsed from tho circus, llecently he wns re-eiifc'aBed to work In another department. Ho visited tho elephant's niwrtm tho other day, to speak to tho keeper. Charley was eatliiB his supper when ho riiw hi nlii iMiciuv. Ho Immediately seized tho man with his trunk, pushed him aalust tho wall ami crusiicu 111m to death. A coroner's Jury was Impaneled to ox nmliio Into the tragedy and tho owner of tho circus wns tho great witness In Charley's favor. Ho testllled that piini-lnv win) 11 kind nnlninl ami added! "Elephnnts do'not forget Injuries or kindnesses. I reincmher several re uiarkiihlo Instances. On 0110 occasion, wIikii I iiiiii iinnii Kiiiiiiioil from an ele phant for two years, tho elephant, 011 heelng mo, seized mo around tho waist with his trunk and would not let mo so until ho had hugged and caressed mo Tor a long time. Tears of pleasure 111 11 down tint linitiiV cheeks. ".Some years ago a nephew of mine, n child of three, wns playing around Charley and cllmhlug up his legs. Charley gently resented this, hut tho child continued. Charley then took tho child up, and shook him gently, and put lilm down souio yards away." Others testllled to tho good character of f'linripr. nnd tho iurv rendered a .. ..... --.- , w r verdict of accidental death, wituoiu liliunlng the olophnnt. Wilmington, Del., Is Just now Hooded with counterfeit silver dollars. A. V. LEE, .; Mice of the Peace, 3909 Cottage Grove Av. Residence, P440 Cornell Ave. - Seiidence, 4518 Bherman Street. Telephone Tarda 621. J. J. HENNESSY, Justice of the Peace AND NOTARY PUBLIC. Police Magistrate Stock Yards Police Court. 4139 SOUTH HALSTED STREET. No. 87 E. Washington Street. Telephone Main 1MB. ANDtta KICKHAM SGARLAN, M i PIIIM lalts 1107 AikUad file, Ckicap ISlsvtaOBSlCsiaatll Counselor at Law. ROOM 82, I4C DEARBORN ST. Telephone Main B308. Tolopliono Main UHOU. muis uwm FRANK W. YOtWO THOMAS E.D.BRAPLEV. FRANK C. MAKEEL. Young, Wm & Braflley, Attorneys at Law, 726 TO 730 REAPER BLK., Clark and Waitilngton StrgeU. TELEPHONE MAIN S07I. M. A. LA BUY, JUSTICE OF THE PEACE, 186 West Madison St., cor. Halsted. Residence, 581 Milwaukee Ave. LEGAL JDOOUIVIEIVTS DRAWN. Benjamin F. Ricbolson Attorney at Law, No.79 CLARK STREET CHICAGO. OLAF F. BOH, Justice of the Peace. Attorney at Law... Suite 704 and 705 "THE OXFORD," as La Salle Street. M. C. Mcintosh, Attorney and Oounselor at Law. Telephone 970.. RAID ALL H. WHITE, Justice of the Peace. 125 SOUTH CLARK ST. 146snd14IWtttMsdlssnSi Suite 31-33, 60 Washington St., Telephone Main 2711, CHIOAOO. tt14BO. . Sarrtnarton. WING, CHADBOII & LEACH, Attorneys and Counselors at Law, 705-70S Security Bldg., vwcaoo. .Iamrh MiOaiitnkv, Kx-Attnrncyllcn'l IlllnoU. C. A. l'AIIK8. ' McCartney Parks, ATTORNEYS -ANll- i Counselors at Law. 100 WASHINGTON ST. WM. T. HALL, (POLICE MAGISTRATE,) Justice of the Peace. Residence, 35l Calumet Ave. Courtroom, 1 28 S. Clark St. Telephone Main 38S4. GEORGE KERSTEN, Justice of the Peace, Rooms 1 and 2, 57 N. Clark St )S ?iVi&ffc?yiK- ami... , (-Tutt