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7J : ymseSg1SBagfMZv2JitnZi jgnCTtta.-crax'u-mAimBvt AV&-rzi-vk3 hfc.vj,MJmfcifc BP11" -; rrr-s 'ff-'RijEt-S V -f t l l i THE OK.IOA.OO HSA.OrjB. I f l)c 4EI)icago vaglc PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY HENRY F. DONOVAN. Mn Independent Senspaper, fearless and Truthful. SUBSCRIPTION RATES $2.00 PER YEAR JUJDnt!! AtXCOMMCMCATIOXS TO HENRY F. DONOVAN, Editor and Proprietor, C04 TEUTONIC DUILDINO, Southtait Corner Washington St. and 5th Av. (Entwl nt tti rojtofllco, Chicago, lltlnott, iecond-claii mull muter.) splendid capacity of that tiiitlrliitr. In defatigable olllelal Hobble Hurke, In i'nuii hi enemies have utimukcd thoinsolw tuiil, once discovered, lmvi' Us tllolf pOWOf for t'Vll." HARRISON FOR THE PEOPLE. "1 inn not u atixloit n Judge linn coy ooni to bo to make n deal with tin street railways of Chicago. I have liiiil opportunities to ilo It. Two year ugo 1 hail almost to kick out of my lion!' a iiiaii who was ont by them to ii' on what term 1 would ilo business. Now they know that If thoy want to trout with nii thoy must vuiiu to my olllco liy tin front, iloor. where the peo ple can -co them ami know what Is going on." This declaration wax made ly Mayor Harrison ax he stood on a truck In the groat barn-llko freight hutio of the ini tial Central ltallroad at the foot or South Water street. It wax addressed to a crowd of Jtoo men, worker In the wholexale houxex of the neighborhood and on the dock, who crowded altoiii the foot of the Improvised roxtrum In their rough working clothe with their noonday pipe In their mouth. "I ak for your vote to elect me for a third time .Mayor of Chicago." the .Mayor continued. "1 have ondoimued to run the government of Chicago on a Inixlnexx !al. I am succeeding. In the four years that 1 have boon Mayor the reveiiuox of the city have been In creased by S 170,000, becauxo 1 have denianded coiniieiixatlon to the city for every bit of public property which lx iixcd by private person for their own profit. 1 believe that thlx amount 1 a mere bagatelle compared witn ine in crease I will effect If 1 am allowed to continue In the lniiniigoiuont of the city's affairs." The Mayor wore an overcoat and a .-oft hat, Avhleh he kept on while speak ing on account of lilt severe cold, lie walked In unions: the audience and spoke to them In a democratic way. which won their hearts and eiithu1a. tie 'ipplauxe. iM PPPPPPPPJPJfcv. -'fPPPPPPPPPPPPPPH IppppppppppppB -I H otllce, when he resigned and engaged In the undertaking business with .Mr. John 1 Kenny. Later on he dKoled part nership to take his procnt poxlllon of Superintendent of Streets to which he wax appointed under the present Mayor Harrison on May i!S, 1M7, In which poxltloti he has eolitlliiled service down to the proxent time. Mr. Doherty has rexlded In the old Thirtieth Ward mow the new Twenty-ninth) for twoiity-tluoo years lie wax Secretary of the waul organization for thlrleeu ye.irx after an nexation to city. Mr. Doherty lx tie kiiowleds.'ed by alt who know him to be one of the hardest workers and aNo one of the mot loyal l'eiuoera.t In the city of Chlcasro ami State of Illinois. He hax been Senatorial (Niiuiiiltteciiiau or the Fourth Senatorial IHxtrlct for the pux six year. A Superintendent or the Huroaii of Slieetx Mr. Itoherty hax had no peer In till repoiilblo poxltloti, hiivlus: made an honorable and proud record for hlinxelf, Mayor iliirrNon and the whole people, HON. A. S. TRUDE. Whoso Name and Fama re Respected by t True Chicagoans ConsM'cxxman LARGEST IN CHICAGO. ROBERT E. BURKE. TRACTION MEN FAVOR HANECY. That the traction eoiiipaulex of Chi cap are worklns: secretly and enersxet Ically to make vote for Judsre Haiiccy was plainly evidenced when they sent ten men out Into each pilmary dlttlct with Inxtructlon to leave no Ntmie un turned In order to Influence voler lo come Into the lteiiubllcau camp. The '-'.SSO "dlxtrlct worker-," of the corporations were well supplied with money for "campals:u purpose-.." They Will 'distribute" the 'lllllllelice" of their employers, who have obvloit reasons for dexlrliis: the election of the ltepubllcau candidate. If the work of the army of .'.SMI traction employe Nn't effective In loundlns: up vote for the man who ha tefralncd fiom attack- Intr traction lnterets, a larger fm will be put to work. lr Is said that several conferences have been held between the street car niamiate and certain members of the l.orlmer machine durlus: the last few day and the seiidtus; forth of the "pre cinct workers" I the result of an "nil i1crtamllus:" between the mas:imtcs and politician. IIeart'. Chleasro Auiciicau. The attack inaih by Loiimer upon Hon. A. S. Trttde has only empliaxl.ed the cteein in which Mr. Trude I held all over Chicago. The attack wa deprecated upon all sides and Mr. Trude's many virtue ex tolled In eonciiience. Alfred S. Trude I one of the self made men of Chlcapi, and hi name Is linked with almost every sjreat move ment lookliiK to the city's advancement. He commenced life poor and hi early xtriiKstlcs to educate hlmxelf and to obtain a foothold at the bar are an llluxtrloti example for the youiis; men of to-day to follow. 1'poii the City School Hoard, he was a tower of strensilh lor the caue or s:ood education and thoroits;li Iraltilus: and to the sound advice sslveu by him In the early 'bo's and followed by the Hoard In Its buslncxx policy, I the pres ent superb condition of the school and the school fund almost wholly due. A bi Milan! orator ami an uiitlrlus: ad vocate of the rls-'hts of hi client, he ha tiled mole celebrated eae and been lilentltlcd with more Important ciiiim' than any other man at the ('hi-eas-'o Har. A. S. Trude unfile fame and fortune at the Chlcasro Har and when he made hi fortune, he showed hi faith In Clilciis-'o by luvctlus; hi money In Chi ea si" leal est it to. Several noble btilhllus.'s owned by III m ornament the city and are monu ment to the fact that Ids heart Is In this city. In till lespect he differ from some who made their money here, only to spend It abroad. A kind husband and father and a true and disinterested friend, no wonder that dm Ins; hi ahenee from the city Allied S. Trude has many thousand lo champion him ami to refute attack untile for political purposes. HI whole career lias been that of all honest, iipilsrln and sincere man, with whom the tlsihls of his clients and hi ft lend hive ever been paramount. COMMISSIONER FLANAGAN'S REDNESS. 'Hie Wo-toni Catholic of March UJI contained the following truthful edi torial about the Uoniocratlo loader: Two-third of the denunciation lev clod isniln-t the Democratic rank Is alined at the loyal breast of the See i'Starjr" of t'" f'00,; ''""' Doniocratle party. . "'i.'ll.j ordinary citizen o0- to il Ue publican jriitherlnsr, and every spoaia'r -.coins to be more troubled about Hob by Hurke' than about the Democratic Mayor or the result of election. "Kvory sorehead, factlouM and tr.ll tor In Democratic ranks select as hi object of attack 'Hobby Hurke.' "Kvory newspaper Avhleh resale the morbid public mind with libelous car toon M'lt-ctx as the center subject of his skt'ich 'Hobby Hurke.' This charnilnsr partiality of attack Is bojiliinlns.' to make the other Demo cratic leaders Jealous and Is fast IV ciisslnc the attention not alone of Chi cilj.'ii but of the t'llltod States Oil tllft modest, sinlllii'A luinl-worklii Secn taty. "In fact, the avalanche of attack has made "Hobby Hurke' exactly what his 'opponents ilelroil hi should not 1m, the center of a Jiut of earnest, true frleinls who uiiike hUcaiiKO theirs and who are wllllnsr to p down with liliu In honor, rather than l' iiooeful throusrh Indecent oompromNo. Tho cotorlc who liavo s.'rown fat on ptihlle ollho throii-.'h Deinociatlc favor, who have never boon known to help duo outside their Immediate sransr, whose appetite Krowh by what It I fed on, those hellish Intrlsrulnsr. deceitful packs of coyotes, know that but for the loyal support mid holiest advice of Hobby Hurke" they iriny hao co.cmd Mayor Harrlon Into Indor-eiiicnt of somo of their hidden -chcinc--. They who hanir about tho Democratic camp like tho human hyena-, who roam anions; the fallen on the death-.-trown liattlo field, they who tir-t try to de ceive, then to threaten, then to buy; tboy know that tho linniono bribe of ftrod to fcoilui'e -Hobby Hurko' weic ooutotnpiuou-ly rejected. "Thoy know that to defeat Harrison thoy muiit defeat Hurke. TJiDy may know now that their plans ro ilofontod. Constant abuse, awaked Inquiry mill Investlsratlon provided ntn ilu proof that Impotent clms;rln and flleitp)olntocl mall. I behind the bow which launched tie- shafts of venomous attack. "Knell hour durlns this cainp.ils;" oln zons of hls-'h standing In our coimnuiil ty witno In contact with 'Hobble Hurko' and leave him convinced th.it Mayor Harrison Is fortunate In the per M.n'of his friend, the Secretary of the Vntrnl Coinnilttce Winn tiie caiiipal-o tnii sand Major Harrison has been re-elected, tho poo pie of ( Men so will appreciate to bitter mlvuntagc tho uti-rllng charactor mid When the County Hoard llxed lltesal aiio of the Coiiiiulxsioiiers lit J.'I,tiiMi a year, Commissioner- .locph K. riana srnii said that he would ilouato rj'o of his salary to charity, a he believed s:!,im.O a year wa nil that a County Coiiiuilsouor wa entitled to. How well he has kept III word the following correspondence will show: Chh-asro Industrial School for (ilrls. Feb. IM. Itltit. Kind I'rlend-Voiir letter with SIMif froip Mr, .lo-i'ph IJ, l'lana;aii wo re- i-oiod this moriilns:. Need we say how millet til we ar', mid how very much cood wo can do with It In carlns! for our two huudrod little ones. May (iod blos the donor, IMoaso -ay to lit in that tho elllldlVh's prayers and ours, too, shall be with lilm: that we pray the reward of hi chat Ity may lie as meat as his sietior-o-.lt y. Wo should so much like to have him' lslt the school, mid see the work hi liberality has so materially aided. Your- uio-r s;ratefully, SISTKHS ill' Till: COUD SI1KI'-HKHD. nuinber of yards for sale, even If the volume had expanded 7.ouu.iilo cubic yard by bolus: orushed In the process of excavation. No coucliilon wax reached by the board. The stone wa advertised for sale. Hid will be opened April lo. It has been suswstod that the proceeds be ued In liiilhllns: a power plant at Lock port to bo turned over lo the city, but the plan I opposed by I'roxldonl Jones mid his side of tho Hoard of Trustees. The spcclllcatlons as submitted by Chief Kuclueer Itatidolph permit Hie purchaser to build railroad track aloiis; the banks for the purpose of rcmovlut: the materia! and lo ocoupy dockasre iiecexsary for shipping H by water. Chief Knsdiiooi' Itandolph was an thorls'.od to btilltl two cisterns at the coutiollliis: works to supply the work men mid visitors with purer drluklus; water. At preetit tho employes at that point have been compelled to cither drink the eaual water that has Mowed past Chleas-'o or cairy It fr l.ockport, a mile away. ANDREW J. RYAN. ILLINOIS INDrsTUIAL SCHOOL rou (iiiti.s. l-'latimtptu, County Coinmls- M .1. K sloner: Dear Sir luclo-cil. please Hud re ceipt for the throe hundred iSiitwi dol lars, your donation to our -chool. I bee to asuro you that this contri bution I matcfully appreciated by our ladles, especially from the fuel that It came to ii unsolicited, and from the dictation of your own heart. I feel quite sine you will never hiuo cau-e to regret thl- kindly act done In the llltere-t of Hod's unprovided little ones loft to tho tender mercy of strange hands. With be-t wishes for a successful and satisfactory oillolal year, from yours wry truly. MAItCAItr.T I. SANDS, Secretary. Chicago, I'eb. Ul, I'.ioi. DIFFER ON STONE SALE. Sanitary Trustee are divided In'o expansionists and aiitl-expauslonlsts on the ime-tlou of selling the t'o.OtKM'i'i entile .Mild of stone lying along the bank of the canal, fiom which ih.-v expect to realize lt'OIII .fl.tKMMK'O to S:l,IIIHI,IMIO. It was learned through a statement of Chief Knu'lueor Itandolph that the sli.ae measured only US.OOO.OiMI fllWD ynnU before It was dug from the chan nel, and the engineering committee was unable to decide as to whether the district had KI.OOO.OOO or l'o.ikki, imhi cubic yards of tho material for sale, The antl-oxpaiislonlsts, led by Aleck" Jones, favored selling tho sumo on the basis of Its measurements i.cforo It was taken from the ehannel. .Inn It. Carter leads tho expansion Ms, and argued that iih there wore JO, 10,1100 cubic yards of the material along tho oannl tho district had that lloii. Andrew J. Itynu. the nominee for City Attorney, N the ptoout Incum bent. He has been a resident of Chi cago since INiii. Ilo was ambitious to enter the profession of law, and left lucrative position to study law. In 1XH he was elected attorney for the West Town Hoaul, and from thai time on played an Important pun In Democratic politics oil the West Side. HI friend feel coulldotil that the record he has made as ciiy Attorney during the last I wo yonrx suouM InMitv his re-election. Hon. Androw J. Hyatt ha oaincil Ibo dNfluctlou of establishing il commend able record as City Attorney In spite or tho handicap of a depleted staff and a small appropriation. When he assumed the duties of the poltlon two yenis ago he found the calendar literally swamped witn cases a coiniition wnicti no rem edied only after going Into court him self day after day and personally con ducting the trial of cases, Mr. Itynu was called upon to dlspn-o of a number of personal Injury cases which had been pending for years and which, by reason of their antiquity, had been doomed the most ilaugcrou by his predecessors, The report of tho city Attorney's olllco, as accepted by the City Council ami published In the oillolal records, shows that 71." cases weio disposed ol during the year ending Dec, 111, llii'O, at an average cost of d."0. Of this num ber li;i were adjusted without Jury trial, at an average eost of .."il."i. In 1-1(1 eases verdicts were rendered at mi aver age of $l,il HI per case, while no recov ery was had by plaintiffs In l.'H cases. Thee extremely low figures, In spite of the extraordinary niuniint of business transacted, have no parallel in the his tory of tiie department. .Mr. Ityan ha been tho llr.t Incum bent of the olllco to compel tho railroad companies to defend suits whore In juries wen- received by clilzetis on via ducts In need of repair, It has been established by the Supreme Coiitt that railroad companies must bear the cost of erecting these struetuios and caie for their maintenance. Mr. Itynu, after a gu'iit deal of coi'ie-potiiloiioo, succeeded In persuading these corporations to meet him halfway In the adjustment of these claims, although they persisted In denying all liability, To settle the question ollco for nil the City Attorney has Instituted a tost suit. If tho decision Is favorable to tho city's Interests It will result In the transfer of many thousands of dollars In Judg ments to the books of tlio railroad com panies Tho disposition of those con cerns to seek u compromise with tho city In this particular Indicates the fear that is entertained of it final inundate from tho Supremo Com t that thoy must assume the himlcu of those Judgments. Along tho same linos Mr. Ityim has iloiniiuded of tho street car companies that thoy defend cukok whom accidents liavci resulted because of the Impaired condition of their rights of way, Tho managers of these corporation have been as much perturbed as- tho direct or of tho steam loads, but Mr. Ityan declines that ho will tlx tho responsi bility where It rests. The olVorls of .Mr. Itynu In these two Instance have already borne fruit In mi itwakeuoil Interest on the purl of eorporutloii to comply with tho term of Hie franchises. Viaducts Hint have been neglected for jeurs are being rap idly placed In a safe condition, while the surface lines Inive untitled tho oily olllcluls that they will pave their rights of way In the order of the pnsngo of the dllVoront Improvement ordinances. Mr. Ityan has sought In every way to kill the root of the personal Injury evil the plank sidewalk. Ilo has been a persistent enemy of the frame sidewalk of the type that Is supported by the high stilts so often seen In the outlying districts. Ho has advised that a cinder path bo laid down In preference to a plank structure until property owners i uularlly able to pay for Hie more nihil varieties. 'I lie need ol u uiaii of Mr, Itynn's ciitirago mid zeal to defeat the olVorls ! of porsnnnl Injury shurks. who would rob the city treasury, has been thor oughly demonstrated through his term of olllco. Mr. Ityuii enjoys the conil deuce of every Judge on the bench. Appellate us well u Superior nnd Clr cull. Instead of merely assuming- the mauageiuoul of tho otllce. ho throws himself Into the trial of suit In u milli ner that bus encouraged all his subordinates. RE-ELECT WERNO, DEMOCRAT. Thoughtful citizen In the now Twenty-third Wnrd, wlintever their ordinary party atllllatlon, will scarcely make tho mistake of voting for Mr. Ollluiau, (ho ltepubllcau nominee for Alderman, In preference to Alderiumi Werno. whom tlio Democrats have littlugly renom inated. The ltepubllcau candidate Is an active ami pushing gentleman, who gained considerable prominence on lite Noilh Sldo In promoting the scheme for u stadium In that part of Hie city. Nev ertheless, it would show ii serious lack or good Judgment to put hint In tho place of Alderman Werno. The latter, during hi two year of service In the Council, has proved him self one of the most tellable, Indus trious, and falr-mludeil members of that body. HI Impartiality wa appropriate ly recognized when he was made chair man of the special rodlsiiletlng com mittee, and hi freedom from partisan aim In framing the coinnilttce ledls trlctlug ordinance which, though ilo foaled by two votes, wa the bot wills trlctlug measure presented to tho Coun cil I attested by Aldermen outside as well a Inside III own party, lie I chairman of the Coinnilttce on Li cense, mid ha been nu especially val uable member of tho Judiciary Commit tee. Acting on a subcommittee of the latter, he had considerable to do In framing the municipal cleanliness ordi nance icceniiy pasiHt. An Alderman with so ;ood n record deserve re-elect Ion. and Mr. Werno's supporters should bestir themselves In legitimate wny to insure his return to the next Council by u large majority. Chicago Tribune. 'Wnf'' V "Z t P4JHBtoaeBHBBL.I; spa. Asv t: (kkVEzErHd t- yy3BBlJKJBCNrf B "' Ji J ItAbBBBb1BBBBBbKBH aBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBL B T" VSct. ? vWHMflW'jBl HON. OHARLES F. GUNTHER, Democratic Candidate for City Treasurer. QUNWER fORJUJl TREASURER. l'roliably no tilole iru-i worthy man could bo selected to servo the people us city Treasurer than ox-Ahl. Charles V. (iu'ulher, caiidldate on the Democratic ticket. Durlngihls service In tho City Council, Aid. lunthor Hilly met tho high expectations of his constituents. He addressed his energies not only to the betterment of condition In Hie Second Ward, 'which he represented, but was cnrucsftly active in behulf of the aeii.'ial welfare of tho city. Ills record as a cltly.cn shows him to he nubile-spirited nnd his career as a busi ness man proves his ability to conduct the Treasurer's otllce properly. There Is reason to believe that Mr. (iuiitlier. If elected, will labor faithfully to clear up the confusion iirlslngM'roin the easy going bookkeeping methods of former City Tieasurers. Nothing can be said against the per- soiuil Integrity of Dr. T. J. Hlutlinnlt, tho Itopiibllcnii camllilati for City Trensuier. bill ho ha no particular Ill ness for the position so far as concerns operlenee mill business ability. The llccord recommend (hat Independent voter cast their ballot for .Mr. (Sun ther. -Chicago llecord. SMULSKI WILL BE CHOSEN. The campaign In the Seventeenth Ward picscnl another situation In which theie Is pitied agalu-t a tried and worthy member of the present Cliy Council mi opponent of whom the chlcl things to be sulil are simply negative In chaiacler. Mr, .Met i rath, the Deino ciatlc noinlii'.'e, Is unobjectionable per sonally, but lie I- practically an un known quantity. It Is entirely In point to substitute un tried men of promise for tried men who hne been found winning. Hut It Is little short of fatuous, n the face of the ponding municipal situation, to propose to substitute now men, and particularly such as appear to have no distinct ele ments of strength, for sitting Aldermen who have proved their Integrity and ca paclty In the conduct of public all'alrs. The volets of the Seventeenth Wnrd lu which ScnudluaWau prudence would iiaiurally bo manifested arc evidently awake to this view of the situation, anil the prospects are that Alderman Stuiil ski, the ltepubllcau nominee-formerly fiom the old Sixteenth Ward -will ho returned to the Council by a large vote. It I never wise lo be over-conllilelit. however. In a good cause, and his sup porters may well omit no efforts to in sine and swell hi victory. Charle I- (Jtinther, Doniocratle nom inee for City Treasurer, was barn In Wurtoinborg. (ierinany, In INI", and came to America In hi tilth year. HI family removed to Horn. III., In l.so, mid ho received his education In the public mid private s.chonW of that city. During hi youth he wa e.ihlcr atjil toller of the Hank of I'eru. The small town offoiod too few Inducements to it man of Mr. (itintlicr's active temper ament, mid ho moved to Chicago, and In ISilS started In the ctiufcct lottery business In South Clark strict. Ill place wax dosttoyoil In the lire of LS71. but ho resinned bitlnos shortly after ward, and I now tho owner of olio of the largest establishments In tho coun try. Mr. Utmthor was n candidate for City Treasurer on tho Independent Doniocratle ticket four years ago, re ceiving 27.000 more votes than Wash ington lloslmr, candidate for Mayor on tho same ticket, lie served two tonus, as Alderman of the Second Ward, and made a splendid record, receiving tlio Indorsement of tho public nnd of the Municipal Voters League. Ho Is a member of the Union League, Iroqtiol and Caxton Club, and I'losldent of the Coliseum Company. PPPH f XC U"'PPB t wWU J $pW ., mk , -impK HON. VvM. I.OEFFLER, Ditnocatlc Cnnd dato for City Clerk. M. J. DOHERlY. Mr. M. .1. Doherty, tho elllclenl Super intendent of Streets, Is one of the luinl est workeis 111 the city Hall. Mr. Dolmrty Is well liked by all who know him, and Is considered one of tho most popular Democrats' In the city of Chi cago. Many leading Keinocrais nine frequently mentioned Mr. Doherty a- a good uiaii for the Democracy to honor with the nomination for County Clerk next year. M. .1. Doherty was born In llrooklyn. N. Y In IMHI. Camo to Chi cago In 1S7N Wus elected Cleik or the Town of Lake when 'J-' year.- old, was re-elected following year. "When annex ntlon look place during tho second year, Mr. Doherty handled the special assess ment end of Town of Lako affairs. Ui was then appointed Chief Clerk of tlio Special Assessment Huroaii under the elder Carter IL Harrison, decoasixl. who was then Mayor of Chicago, Ilo resigned to take tho Chief Clerkship in tlio Indian Huroaii under tho United States (Jovernniour. U was after wards' appointed Chief Clerk In tho Street Kiigluocrlng Department Under ex-Mayor John 1'. Hopkins. Continued until end of Mayor Hopkins' term of OBITUARY. MIlS. 1'KTKU K10LHASSA. In the death of Mrs. Holer Klolbassa, wife of City Hulhllng Commissioner Klolbassa, which occurred at the homo, 111 West Division snoot, at l) o'clock Monday morning, Chicago Hole lot their most prominent woman. Al though Mis. Klolbassa had boon a suf ferer for three weeks with the grip, the cud canie rather unexpectedly. Siiiurday Mrs. Klolbnssa was so much Improved that an early recovery was predicted, but when Mr. Klolbassa awoke Sunday morning it was to llud Ids wife unconscious ho-hlc Mm. Phy sician pronounced tho fatal complica tion paralysis of the brain. Mrs. Klolbassa wus ."J years old, ami a native of Poland. When t years old she came to Chicago with her parents, Joseph Djilewlarand wife, who at pres ent reside at 1-1 Lairahcc street. lUr father Is past S." years old. Her mother, who Is SO, Is at death's door, ami has not been apprised of her daughter's death. As Paulino I).lowlar, the decedent was one of the most popular young ladles In Chicago Polish society. She wa married to Peter Klolbassa Oct. .', 1M.", She mid her husband moved Into tho Polish section near Division street mid Milwaukee avenue, whom I hey organized tho St. .Stanislaus Par ish, the oldest and largest Polish par ish In the city, At Hint time there were but thirty families of that nation ality In Chicago. For thirty years Mrs. Klolbassn sang In the choir of thl church, and was probably the host known singer in tlio parish. In all charity movements she was a recognized loader. She loft but one child, Mrs. Prank Kwaslgroch, whoso husband Is a clerk In tho money order department of tho Chicago postoflleo. The funeral was hold Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock hi the St. Stanis laus Church at high mass, ami Inter ment was in tho Polish cemetery In Norwood Park. William Loetller, candidate for City boon honored with elected In 1MI7 and to succeed Mui-olf. served as Alderman fiom Klghth Ward from tWUS to the Dcnioir.tt!' Clerk, ha twl. till olllco. being re-elected 111 t'M.I Prior to this he tho old IMC. lie wa born at Doinazlleo. Hohenila, Jan. 1, 1S."7. and wa- educated In u Lathi school nt Prague, from which he was graduated 111 1S7-'. Ho canui to Chicago In 1S7II. ill supporters feel oonildent Hut they will re-elect Mm to olllcu for a third time. i i " ijir- -J? .$ 'kmmw-' r WW Mr, Krnncls D. Connory, tho Demo cratic candlilato for Alderman of tlio Twonty-oighth Ward, Js a Chicago born ami Chicago bred man, If ho Ik elected, as ho certainly will bt', ho will make a fluo .ldcrnmu tor tho people. HON. ANDREW J. RYAN, Democratic Candidate for City Attcrnoy. His Miccckg In his profession lias boon brilliant and enduring. Ho Is tho legal advisor of many of tho largest In terests In this city, particularly anions the music, cooperage, electric and tun ulpt Industries. It Is a worthy tribute to Mr. llynu's popularity and ability that without so licitation on his part, or being In any souse a candidate, ho was chosen ns his party's standard-bearer for City At torney, The otllce sought the man, i'iiALiSi.. U!..UUt.lt v 'a- njjUMtAU2ktoiLtem .'jtaifl'.a.ASiV, --- o H'ftiVllJrJ&HA. :'!. t..Il1t. la. . L W. rthniinl ,h? MJ " o-rii Ki-.A -K-A. i.