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THE OHIOAGO EAGLE, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1008.
CORPORATION OF THE CITY. Every Department of Our Establishment aaiawaa with RttoniM Asaartmatrta at Mar ekassflM Cualuttvaty far the mm af Mea. Athletic Oaaala Autemeblle Suppllea Beats, and Latmchee Bicycle Bar Ooode Builneta Stationery Clothing Cutlery Clgara and ToaacM Flthlng Tackle Reds and Reela Onus, Revotvera Ammanltloa Olavaa Sail deed araesa aad Saddtta We hanaie enly ieeenteele greats ef !; ear arises are the Uwsst eenslstent wll thsaualltyef the arttale CtilcajB's Popular Shopping Centtr Che Tmr tei,UiMMMrsrtt(. nmlvtmm Mrtlramriats Ohlaaca-Iatabllahed le)7S CHICAGO George W. Jackson, Inc. CONTRACTORS Bridges, Structural Steel, Machinery, Subways, Tunnels and Heavy Foundations, Interlocking Steel Sheeting, Steel Ribs and Lagging SSBBBBBBBBBBBBKkftfHBBBBBBBBBafK Our Brldft tnd Steal Work Covering an ArM ef 274,263 Square Feat Sand for our naw Interlocking Staal Sheeting CaUtog and Steel Rlba and Lagging CaUlog OFFICE: 175-179 W. Jackson Boulevard WAREHOUSE: 178-190 Quincy Street ctffI VfnPKC; J 802-818 Elston Avenue blLLL WUKK&. gQgQ Mendej Street John M. A1ND BUILDERS THE ROOKERY thu Senate will have CO Republicans ami 111 Democrats. If you have any suggestions to make about the new charter you can send them In to any of tho following named persons, who mnko up tho charter con ventlon : Milton J. roreman.It. It. McCormtclr, Joseph Hadcnoch, John I'. McGoorty, William II. Baker, M. L. 'McKlnley, Walter E. Becbc, Chas. E. Merrlnm, Albert W. Bclifuss.W. It. Mlchnells, Frank I. Bennett, Theodoro Oehno, 7. P. Brossenu, Jos. A. O'Dounell, Win. SI. Ilrown, John 15. Owens, Richard K. Burke, G. W. Pnullln, 'i'liomas Carey, R. E. I'eudarvls, Chester W. Church, Louis F. Post, H. F. CIcttenbcrg, John Powers, George E. Cole, Edward J. Rulney, Daniel F. Crllly, Walter J. Knymer, William E. Dover, Alex. II. Revel!, Georso W. Dixon, Leu 1st Rlnaker, Thomas J. Dixon, Emll W. Rltter, II. A. Eckbart, Raymond Robins, John W. Eckhart, Lesslng Rosenthal, Henry F. Eldmnnn.C. O. Sethness, F. E. Erlckson, D. E. .Shanalmn, Walter L. Fisher, John G. Shedd. F. II. Gonsbergen, Frank L. Shepard, Andrew J. Graham, John F. Sinulskl, I. T. Greenacre, Bernard V. Snow, John Guerln, Uernnrd E. Sunny, Joseph F. Haas, Georso II. Swift, C. II. Harrison, Grahntn Taylor, John W. Hill, Geo. J, Thompson, Frank G. Hoyne, Chas, J. Voplr-ka, Thos. M. Hunter, Edwin K. Walker, W. Clydo Jones. Charles Werno, Jns. M, Klttlcman.R. A. White, Ilrynn Lathrop, D. It. Wllklns, Hardware and Taala Hate and Cap lacubatora and Breodera Jewelry and Silverware Neckwear Net and Selaea Office Supplle Pipe and Smoker' Article Shlrta, Collara and Caffa Sporting Oooda Shoea Tenta and Awning Trunka and Salt Caaaa Umbrellas Underwear Watches NEW YORK Ewen Co. CHICAGO James J. LInehan, John P. Wilson. Carl Lundberg, Edward C. Young, T. C. MaeMlllan, Michael Zlmmer. Chas. E. Merrlam, "I lovo America nud tho Americans," hay Hall Calne. Hall must havo mado arrangements to como over and lecture. Even casual observation will convlnco anyone that tho Intest feminine fashion In u little rough on tho neck. Probably the largest of all tho Ann nlnH clubs, so to speak, was formed by tho ps.ilmlst when hu hastily classified all men as liars. After all our leading fitntcsuion linvo PNpresrd their opinions of each other they should not exjtect tho public to entertain u butter one. A man whoso houso was on flro Mivod Ills fih polo.llrut and his chil dren second. He wns willing to sparo tho iod ami spoil tho child. "Why doea the rooster crow when the hen lays tho egg'" nsks a bright young newspaper man of tho South. Our gtifsH Is that It Is because he Is a rooster. "A gnocMiy kiss x u Jlttlo thing," hays Andrew Long In ono of his recent poems. Andrew Is right If ho means a good-by kiss that Is participated In by two women. .MAYOR FRED A. BUSSE, office 7th floor, 200 Randolph street. PRIVATE SECRETARY, BERNARD J. MULLANEY, 7th floor, 200 Ran dolph street. CORPORATION COUNSEL, ED WARD J. DRUNDAOE, Oth floor, 200 Franklin street. CITY ATTORNEY, JOHN R. CAY ERLY, 822, 110 Monroo street. COMMISSIONER OF PUBLIC WORKS, JOHN J. IIANBERG, 7th floor, 200 Randolph street, DEPUTY COMMISSIONER OF PUBLIC WORKS, PAUL REDIESKE, COMPTROLLER, WALTER II. WILSON, Cth floor, 200 Randolph afreet. OEN'L. SUPT. POLICE, GEORGE M. SIIIPPY, 7th floor, 200 Randolph street. FIRE MARSHAL, JAMES HORAN, 1st floor, 200 Randolph street. CITY COLLECTOR, ERNEST J. MAOERSTADT, 1st floor, 70 Fifth avenue. COMMISSIONER OF HEALTH, DR. W. A. EVANS, 3d floor, 215 Madison street. COMMISSIONER OF BUILDINGS, MURDOCK CAMPBELL, Sd floor, S2 Fifth nvenuc. INSPECTOR OF OILS, CHARLES W. ANDREWS, GOB, 07 Wabash nvo nue. OAS INSPECTOR, WILLIAM B. BURKE, 3d floor, 70 Fifth avenue. CITY SEALER, JOHN KJELLAND ER, Cth floor, 110 Market street. CITY ELECTRICIAN, WILLIAM CARROLL, 4th floor, 70 Fifth avenue. CITY PHYSICIAN, L. BLAKE BALDWIN, 72 Madison street. CITY CLERK, JOHN R. McCABE, 2d floor, 70 Fifth nvenuc. CITY TREASURER, JOHN E. TRAEGER, 2d floor, 70 Fifth avenue. SUPERINTENDENT OF STREETS, MICHAEL J. DOIIERTY, 7th floor, 200 Randolph street. WATER DEPARTMENT, WILLIAM J. McCOURT, gupt., 1st floor, 80 Ln Sallo street. BOARD OF CIVIL SERVICE COM MISSIONERS, 4th floor, 200 Randolph street. President, Elton Lower; Sec retary, Vernon L. Bean; Commission ers, Elton Lower, Michael L. McKlnley and Hiram D. Fargo. BOARD OF ELECTION COMMIS SIONERS, bank floor, nand-McNnlly building. President, John C. Cannon; Secretary, Thomas F. Judge; Members, Abel A. Bach, John C. Cannon, Thomas F. Judge; Chief Clerk, Isaac N. row ell ; Attorney, Frank D. Ayrea. BOARD OF LOCAL IMPROVE MENTS, Sd floor, 200 Randolph street Members,' Caauncey Dewey, H. S. Dietrich, J. Minwegen, G. A. V. Stand Isb and Felix Norden. CITY ARCHITECT, C. n. HER MAN, 8th floor, 110 Randolph street. Comnty Ossetali. All ofllcca In county building. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMIS SIONERS. President, William Busso; Superintendent Public Service, William McLaren; Attorney, II. S. Duncombc; Commissioners, William Busse, Louis II. Mack, Joseph Carolan, Alfred Van Stccnbcrg, August 0. .Boeber, Max Biumenfcld, Carl R. Chlndblom, Joseph M. Dennis, Joseph J. Ellas, Alfred ti. Lanio, Walter Schrojda, William C. 'Hartray, William J. Umbach, Oscar De rrlest. COUNTY COMPTROLLER AND CLERK to Board of Commissioners: Joseph F. Haas; Deputy Comptroller James Monnghan; Chief Clerk, E. J. McCarthy. BOARD OF REVIEW: President, Roy O. West; Members, Roy O. West, Th City Council. FRED A. BUSSE, Mnyor. JOHN R. McOABE, City Clerk. 1st Ward Michael Kcnna, D., 270 Clark street, Harrison 372. John J. Coughllu, D., 125 La Sallo street, Main 1157. 2d Ward Geo. F. Untiling, Jr., R., 155 Washington street, Main JI304. Thomas J. Dixon, It., 200 5th nvenuc, Harrison 28. 3d Ward Milton J. Foreman, It., Chi. T. & T. bldg., Central 771. Win. J. Prlngle, It., 723 184 La Sallo street, Main 2KUI. 4th Ward John W. MeNeal, D., 2S07 Archer avenue, Yards 711. John A, Rlchcrt, D., 2003 South Hnlstcd street, Yards 114S. 5th Ward Alex. J. Burke, R., 3520 South Marshflold avenue. William J. McKcnna, It., 3837 Archer nvenuc. Oth Ward Linn II. Young, It., 1121 Ft. Dearborn bldg., Central 400. Ar thur B. McCoid, It., 810 122 Monroo street, Central 707. 7th Ward Frank I. Bennett, R 818 Chamber of Commerce, Main 4014. Bernard W. Snow, It., 1148 Marquette bldg., Central 1872. 8th Ward P. II. Moynlhnn, R., 710 02d place, South Chicago 403. John II. Jones, It., 0113 Commercial nvenuc, South Chicago 402, Otli Ward Dennis J. Egan, D., 830 Chicago Opera House blk., Main 4730. Henry L. Flck, D., 38 West 12th street, Canal 810. 10th Ward Thomas F. Scully, D., 150 Wnshburno avenue, Canal 2570. Rudolph Hurt, D., 037 Blue Island avenue. 11th Ward E. F. Cullerton, D., Gil 07 Clark street, Central 5350. Otto J. Novak, It., 512 South Robey street, Ashland 0041. 12th Ward Michael Zlmmer, D., 1047 West 21st place, Canal 720. Jo seph 55. Ulillr, It., 814 07 Clark street, Central 0324. 13th Ward Arthur W. Fulton, R., 1103 Ashland blk., Central 4308. James E. Evans, R., 301 South Campbell nve nuc, Sccley 4440. 14th Ward James II. Lawlcy, It., G51 West Chicago avenue, Humboldt 7013. Chas. J. Lucas, R., 013 Fulton street, Ogdcn 0224. 415th Ward Herman F. Krugcf, D., 110 North Mozart, Humboldt 400. Al bert W. Bell fuss, It., 448 Milwaukee avenue, Monroe 330. 10th Ward Stanley 11. Kuns, D., 085 Noble street, Monroe 2000. Frank W. Koraleskl, D., 704, 132 Clark street, Main 2003. 17th Ward Lewis D. Sltts, R., 440 Grand avenue, Monroo 4355. William E. Dover, D., SO, 70 La Sallo street, Main 055. 18th Ward John J. Brcnnan, D., 180 West Madison street. Michael C. Con- Fretl W. Uphnm, Florus D. Mencham: Chief Clerk, Frank A. Voglcr. BOARD OF ASSESSORS: Presi dent, Adam Wolf; Secretary, Willlnnl, 11. Weber; Chief Clerk, William Kings ley; members of tho board, Adam Wolf, William II. Weber, A. W. Mil ler, Waller E. Schmidt nud Oscar Hebcl. CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION: President, Christopher F. Ilafuor; See ictnry, Charles I). Gastllcld: members, Charles D. Cast field, C. F. Ilafuor, nud Charles F. Mason. SHERIFF : CHRISTOPHER STUASSIIEIM ; Assistant Sheriff, Henry Spears; Chief Deputy, Charles Peters. COUNTY CLERK: JOSEPH F. HAAS; Chief Deputy, Frank L. Pas deloup. ABEL DAVIS, Re-elected Recorder of Cook County. l,'. '' . .B'y aaaBBBBBBBBBBBB-aL'' , T .aSaSBBBBiaam aaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBaW ' vsbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbj 'bfbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbh 3BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBh HLHPsWin4 ' Ion, D 381 West Madison street, Mon roe G02. 10th Ward John Powers, D., 70 Macallstcr place, Monroo 1215. James B. Bowler, D., 400 West Taylor street, Monroo 4013. 20th Ward John P. Stewart, R., 120 Adams street, Harrison 2111. Nicholas It. Finn, D., 818 Reaper blk., Central 101)0. 21st Ward Francis W. Taylor, It., 247 Monnduock bldg., Harrison 203. Charles M. Foci I, It., 803 Atwood bldg., Main 1050. 22d Ward Arthur Joscttl, It., 220 East North nvenuc, Lincoln 1310. B. F. Clettcnbcrg, R., 151 La Hallo street, Central 1730. 23d Ward Jacob A. Hey, R 024 North Halstcd street, Lincoln 042. Fred A. Britten, It., 1010, 740 Dearborn, Cen tral 1024. 24th Ward Albert Hahnc, R., 781 ClylKHirn nvenuc, Lincoln 2100. Her man G. Rcdwnns!, It., 113 Fullcrton avenue, Lincoln 1410 25th Ward Wlnflcld P. Dunn, R., 420 Ln Sallo street, Harrison 7230. Chas. M. Thomson, Ind., N. Y, Life bldg., Central 5003 20th Ward William F. Llpps, R., 522, 35 Randolph street, Central C777. Peter Relnbcrg, D., 3405 North Robey street, Edgcwntcr 07. 27th Ward Henry J. Slowcrt, R., 1331 Armltngo nvenuc, Humboldt 1370. James F. Clancy, It., 1577 North Troy street, Humboldt 4107. 28th Ward F. D. Connery, D., 1523 North Washtenaw avenue, Humboldt 0887. Win. II. Blcncoc, R., 338 Hum boldt boulevard, Humboldt 0105. 20th Ward John Downey, D., 5043 South Hermitage nvenuc, Yards 4837. John Golomblewskl, R., 1810 West 48th street, Yards 4810. 30th Ward Michael Mclncrncy, D., 4541 Lowo avenue, Yards 2053. John Burns, It., 5438 Union avenue, Yards 4000. 31st Ward Patrick J. O'Conncll, D., 5058 Normal avenue, Wcntworth 4508. William J. Roberts, R 5044 Peoria street, Wcntworth 4450. 32d Ward Albert J. Fisher, R., 258 150 Ln Sallo street, Central 1003. Ho mer E. Tlnsman, It., 007 84 La Salic, Main 3037. 33d Ward William C. Hunt, R., 1244 04th street, Burnside 824. Ernest Blhl, R., 11038 South Hoisted street, West Pullman 2172. 34th Ward Joseph F. Kohout, D., 010 Chicago Opera House bldg., Main 3810. Patrick J. Nolan, D., 1070 West Madison etreet, Kedtle 818. 35th Ward Frank L. Race, R., S710 Ontario street, Austin 1)62. Chas. J. Forsborg, R., 2683 West Superior street, Austin 4042. William II. Brown, Sergeant-at-Arms. RECORDER OF DEEDS: ABEL DAVIS; Chief Deputy, John V. Clin nln ; Chief Clerk, Leopold A. Dunne. REGISTRAR OF TITLES: (Tojrens System): ABEL DAVIS; Examiners, Charles G. Little, Charles T. Farsou; Deputy, John P. Carney; Advisory Ex nmluer, John S. Miller. COUNTY TREASURER: JOHN R. THOMPSON; Assistant Treasurer, Ed ward J. Werner; Chief Clerk, IC. E. Valentine. CORONER : PETER M. HOFFMAN; Chief Deputy, David R. Jones; Phy sician, Dr. Warren II. Hunter; Assist ant Physicians, Dr. II. G. W. Belli hardt, and Dr. Otto W. Lewke. COUNTY SURVEYOR: II. L. EM PI I SON JURY COMMISSIONERS: William A. Ambcrg, John J. Holland and James A. McLano ; Clerk)' Roswell II. Mason. BtBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBaP BBBBBBBBBBBBmBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBHWtlw.BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBJ BBBBBBBBBBHKaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaSM' ' -BBaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaTaBBl BBBBBBBBBBQpfBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBi,. ll bbbIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIBbbbilibbbIb 0HARLE8 8. DENEEN, Triumphantly Re-elected Governor of Illinois. EAQLETS. The head that wears the crown doing some more uneasy lying. Is Canadian author has written a book called "The Duugeon," with tho Idea, perhaps, that It will bo a good cellar. King Edward, It has been announced, Is out of debt. Like tho village black smith, he can now look the whole world in tho face. A strong suspicion exists that the sick man of Europe never will bo well until he packs up and goes over to Asia, where ho properly belongs. Mr. Edison may be taking a phys ical' rest, but his Imagination appears to bo working ovcrtlmo when he pre dicts that wo will fly to tho north pole In forty minutes. A Chicago man is said to bo afraid to Inherit $1,000,000. Ho should overcome his fears, for even when one has a million tho ownership of an automobile Is not compulsory. In n recent football gamo between teams representing two eastern colleges seventeen players were knocked uncon scious. Yet there nro people 'who be come excited over the danger of war ln tho Balkans. Two-cent postago to Great Britain Is now in effect, and women who have friends In England will tnko ndvantngo of the reduced rates because of its re semblance to a bargain day. It will be thirty years In December slnco tho death of tho woman who is supposed to havo founded tho collar in dustry In Troy, Now York. As twen ty thousand persons nro engaged In making collars and cuffs there, nnd as tho city produces nearly nlno-tcntbs of tho collars and cuffs mado In this country, It Is evident that tho 'distinc tion of starting tho business Is consid erable. It seems tbnt Orhnd'o Monta gue, a Troy shoo manufacturer, was scrupulously neat, nnd that his wlfo found tho labor of washing his shirts burdensome. The shirts of tho time had the collars and cuffs attached, as have many fine shirts to-day. To avoid washing the wholo shirt when only tho STORAOB CAPACITY 100,000 TONS ICE HOUSBSi BMvar Laka, Wis., Lake OatMva, Wl. BOYLE ICE CO. MAIN OFFICII 302 NORTHWESTERN BUILDING LAKE STREET AND FIFTH AVENUE Talsphonat Main IO0O BRANCH OFFICB8 1320 0. Ravenawood Park .1968 North Clark Straat Taltphona Edgawatar IMS Takphona Uka ' Vlaw 416 A. C. CLARK & CO. MAKERS OP Brass and Iron Specialties GRAND CROSSING, collar was soiled. Mrs. Montague mado detachable linen bands tied round tho neck with tapes. Under this arrange ment her husbaud could put on a clean collar every morning nud every even ing without compelling her to spend too much time over tho wash tub. Her' neighbors followed her example, and tho demand for such collars was so great that a Methodist minister, who kept a notion storo In town, soon em ployed several women to mnko them, while he peddled them from houso to house. Mr. Montague saw that tho business might be profitable, and open ed n collar factory, whero his wlfo's Invention wns developed and exploited. Unlike many Inventors, Mrs. Montague, through tho prosperity of her husband, profited by her discovery. An soon as u man gets $10,000 he be gins to fear that somebody Is frying to stir up class hatred. A year ago, when times wcro hard, eastward-bound steamers wcro crowded with foreigners who bnd lived for a time In tbla country, but were return ing to their native land, many of them Intending to stoy'tbore. When the big Cunarder, Lusltanlo, came Into New York tho other day, It had on board seven hundred Swedish Immigrants, six hundred and thirty of whom had gone home last fall. Many of them had not Intended to como back, but nearly all of them, when questioned, declared that they bad returned because thoy found that they "could not live In the Ameri can way" on tho other side; nnd they had becomo accustomed to the freedom and the luxuries of American life. Tho practice of bating has passed be yond nil tho bounds of law and order. Tho spirit which Indulges In it now Is that of tho bully, and no more, that of tho fun-loving boy. .Tho practice was always reprehensible. Now that it dares to run in dellauco of public opinion, when It mocks at law and do lights at torturo In tho gulso of a "joke," It Is 6 longer to be regarded as less than criminal. Tho practical joker was always a nuisance nnd a fool. Tho hater adds to theso attributes those of being. both malicious and dangerous. If tho collego authorities aro not brave enough or powerful enough to put an Instant cud to basing wherever It Is practiced they should appeal to the State nnd municipal police. Offenders should bo punished without regard to their ,youth or their good Intentions. CHICAGO - t J' V y t&l V' Jv V.'ijaJ. U. irfc2