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THE CHICAGO EAGLE, NINE STRONG REPUBLICANS TALKED OF FOR MAYOR: Frid A. Bussa, I R. Thompson, Bernard A, Eckhirt, Edward H. Pitors, Isaac N. Powell, Laroy A. Goddard, James A. Hogan, William Kolacek, John F. Sniulski. .. - K. v. Judiciary of ,MMJJUJ.lj.lJ-i-lJJ ' APPBLLATB COURT JUDflBS TESSF HOLDOM, Presiding Justice. FRANK BAKER, , HENRY V. FREEMAN. BRANCH APPBLLATB COURT AXEL CHYTRAUS, Presiding Justice J. W. MACK, FREDERICK A. SMITH, A. R. Porter, Cleric Appellate Court SUPERIOR COURT JUDGES '-'-'GEORGE A. DUPUY, Chief Justice. THEODORE BRENTANO, FARLIN Q. BALL, ARTHUR H. CHETLAIN, BEN M. SMITH, ALBERT C. BARNES. HENRY V. FREEMAN, W. H. M'SURELY. CHARLES W. CIRCUIT COURT CHARLES M. WALKER, Chief Justice. THOMAS G. WINDES, J. W. MACK, R. S. TUTHILL, LOCKWOOD HONORE, KICKHAM SCANLAN, FREDK. A. SMITH, FRANK BAKER, JOHN GIBBONS, JESSE A. BALDWIN, CHARLES M. WALKER, ADELOR J. PETIT, GEORGE KERSTEN, MERRITT W. PINCKNEY. J. E. BIDWILL, JR., Clerk. COUNTY LEWIS RINAKER JOSEPH F.HAAS CHRISTOPHER STRASSHEIM J.E.W.WAYMAN A. J. HARRIS PROBATE C.S. CUTTING GUY GUERNSEY Leading Members of the Bar John L Owen Attorney and MHMlor at Law TUmHim Central tfi cniCAOt T4prione Main 10S Cyril R. Jmndui LAWYmt t 9 IMC Tale keae Raadelph 1017. Ben j. F. Richolson ATTORNEY AT LAW 112 Mama Strut - Chlcafe 1201-2 Rector Building Law Offices Holland & Elliott JOHN P. HOLLANS WM. PANDf US ILLIOTT I SO I Beriand Building 'CHICAGO TELEPHONE CENTRAL . L D.Gondet ATTORNEY ani COUNSELOR at LAW i7 Dearborn St Cook County. I'll ----. .... AXEL CHYTRAUS, JESSE HOLDOM, MARCUS KAVANAGH, W. M. McEWEN. VAIL, Clerk. COURT Judge Clerk Sheriff State's Attorney Clerk Criminal Court COURT Judge Clerk 1 Mason ft Mason AKanwya it Lit IMUSaltott G. E. CRUIKSHANK Attorney at Law kSH35, 92 Li SiIIi Strut CHICAGO TILIPHONI I97S MAIN JOHN P. MeOOOSTY JOHN M. POLLOCK LAW OPPICB McGOORTY & POLLOCK RIAPHR BLOCK N. E. Corner WashlBgtoa mi Clark Stmts 'iSSJkt CHICAQO Telephene Mem irse CHARLES WERNO, JTttirmy it U 71 La falls Hrest &TUftE8ttti!''Cm' OBIOA AILEI, I SIHIENIIIM ATTItMYIAMI MWIIUMtATUW 1)4 WASNINITII STRUT nuFUMiMAiatait liaddco xumn or tie bab. Jas. Hamilton Lewis ATTORNEY and COUNSELLOR Commercial Nattonal Bank lltfi. Qoodrich, Vincent & Bradley LrAwyaBr.fi The) Rooketry GhleMwa AAaaaaA. Goodrle WUUaaa A. Tlaeeet Rail R. Bradley Harriton 1711 P1IANOWM.LOWta LMOVmONARM went aaia oaimiM. LlWES I RlOMRIS ATTOMKYI AT UW ' SUITS ISIS ASHLAND BLOCK CHICAGO S. C. HERREN ATTOIWET.AT.UW 2a4 Floor, Ashland Heck CHICAGO central em Julius Fi SmiBtanka ATTORNEY-AT-LAW 120 E. Randolph Strait LOUIS LEVY Attorney at Law IM7 Athlaml Mart rCleifcaaiSiiliBjaSto. felSaatretSSIS CHICAOa IRWIN R. HAZEN Attorney at Law THIa and) Tmal BulMIng HICASJO UOBERT R. JAMPOLIS ATTORNEY-AT-LAW IBIS, 184 Maura Street TrttsMm Owitral II ASA Q. ADAMS Attorney at Law MBS Anaeriaae Trust BeUdtag 121 Monrt St. Bel. CtoatraJ Sit OUCA4M BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBkf'Sa bsbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbJ'bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb'PJssbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb1 bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbsi THOMAS Republican Candidate for LEADDJQ XEMBE18 07 THE BAB. ANDREW J. RYAN Attorna CouiMlor at Lav Salte 71100 First Natleaal Bank Balldleg. Ttietaeae Beatfotta IMS STILLMAN b JAMESON Attorney and Counselor at Law ROOM 1307 ASHLAND BLOCK . Tckpkoas Csatral let lAtTBI II MAICEIY ClttllT COURT Oakla "Irwin" JOHN I. MRTIN Attorney aaa Financial Afsnt Bulto)BI4 Harder Bldg. 140 Daarearn St. OHIOAOO Naw.Yark OfllM . 74 Braadway Bt. Leiile Offlae, 1MB Olark Ave. TELEPHONE RANDOLPH 2340 Geo. M. Weichelt ATTORNEY AT L, AW Suite 506 Ashland Block CHICAQO HENRY UTPATEL Attorrray and Counselor at Law 411 Qiieiir il Consirai IMg. CHICAQO THipliH Frinklli 1017 TELEPHONE CENTRAL SSSS Pliny B. Smith Attorney at Law 609 Marquette) Building 204 Dearborn Street CHICAGO TAYLOR, JR., Judge of the Superior Court. LEADDIO XEMBEBS 07 THE BAB. OtertoaaOntM. e m. etmu. Crafts & Stevens. Attoneji ul CtuMliri it Law. eemel?,l8enl TOOK EXCHANGE BLDQ. fa. Clyde A. Morrison LAWYER Phone Central 164 1048 First National Bank Bldg. CHICAGO Girard A. Ellington LAWYER 1091 Hose Insurance Bldg. CHICAGO Telephone 2S10 Randolph John 0. Hruby, Jr. LAWYER 1322 Watt 18th Street CHICAGO Telephone Canel 704 ARTHUR W. FULTON Lawyer Irta ASHLAND BLOCK Residents, ISS4 Msnros Stress CHICASS Tiliiiaeiat Offlee, Central 43SS teaMenaa. Kedita SAM wuiui P. tun mm a. IUN BLACK & BLACK Attsrnsys and Gsunsslsrs it, Uw AJHLANB BLOCK MUNICIPAL NEWS Some Items of Interest From the Public Offices About Occur rences of the Week. Dr. Charles B. Ball ot tho Chicago Health Department read a paper on "Sanitation ot Bakeries and Kitchens" at the Milwaukee convention of tho American Public Health Association. Dr. Ball predicted that within tho llfo span of the present generation the Industries of foodmnklng will ceaso to inhabit tho caverns and dun geons of tho earth, and theso Indus tries will be carried on amid appropri ate surroundings of daylight and fresh air. Ho talked .about tho undeslrabll ity of collar locations becauso of their bad lnfluenco on tho health of tho workmen and becauso tho air, bad light, Imperfect plumbing, dampness nnd Insufficient drainage- In theso places nro out of keeping with sani tary production of foodstuffs. Ho told of an inspection campaign of restaurants whero tho Inspectors found rotten meat In tho Ico boxes, rat holes in tho floors and vegetable bins, swelled can goods and cockroach es ovcrywherc. Stationary bridges are what the peo plo want over tho Chicago river, and plenty ot them. Enforco tho law against tho auto speeders. Better car service Is needed on the Northwest Sldo. Tho pcoplo of tho Twenty-Ninth Ward aro determined In their efforts to wlpo out Bubbly Creek. A big mass meeting ot the residents was held on Wednesday night at tho University Settlement, 4C30 Cross avenuo, at which? President McConncl of tho Dralnago Board attacked Bubbly Creek in a strong speech. Sinco Health Commissioner Evans stirred up tho people of tho stockyards district a few weeks ago on tho necessity ot having clean streets there has been a marked inprovement in tho neigh borhood. Tho old ward superintend ent who was declared to bo careless and inefficient, has boon removed and a woman superintendent placed In tho district, who has cleaned tho streets. The peoplo are elated over tho en couragement given them in their cru sado by tho city officials and they as sert that they mean to keep up tho Telephone Douglas 673 Jt, Hotel Warner EUROPEAN Cottage Grove Ave. and 33d St. VIREPROOF . HARJil' JilbPHETir, ., Proprietor 320 Outside Rooms :: 242 Private Baths Rooms with Private Baths $1.00 per day and upward :: Special weekly and per manent rates. EXCELLENT CAFE Extension Telephone Stations Are Now 50c Per Month In the Office They Save Time, Energy Money In the Home They Save Going Up & Down Stairs and arm Idtal a FIRE and BURGLAR ALARMS Why Not Order NOW? Ceil Contract Department MAIN 294 CHICAGOTELEPHONECO. 203 Washington Strut fight until tho district Is mado on ot tho best rcsldcnco portions ot tho city. Why should elections for Municipal Judges bo held In the fall? All Muni cipal officers should be elected In the spring. The Chicago public schools opened on Tuesday with a largo incrcaso over last year's enrollment In all tho graded schools. Tho total from all high schools, as reported to Mrs. Ella Flagg Young, was 15,731. Last year tho final figuro was 15,10 1. Now pupils aro ex pected dally this week and next and It is thought tho final will total at least 600 moro. The reports from tho different schools showed that 1,977 moro girls than boys had enrolled. In all except two technical schools tho girls out numbered tho boys. Thero wcro 0,877 boys nnd 8,854 flrls. Last year thero wcro 1,360 moro girls than boys. Tho Austin, Englowood, Lnk'o View, Mar shall and Waller schools showed tho greatest majority ot girls. Chicago needs subways. Permanent bridges aro needed over tho river. In obedience to tho Mann bill to pro hibit dumping of refuso In Lako Mich igan In less than sixty feet of water near Chicago, tho commissioner of lighthouses has directed Inspector Blamcr of tho Lako Michigan district, to order a gas buoy to be established In tho lako eight miles off shore in front of Chicago. Sorao tlmo ngo Com missioners of Health Evans asked the army engineer's ofllco to establish a spar buoy, but tho chief ot engineers declined to havo this done. No rofuso dumping will bo allowed insldo of tho lino marked by tho gas buoy. Hurry up those subways. An outer harbor will do away wltfc the bridge music. Political reform meana anything to get tho reformers' names in the pa pers. J ,., . faMy-tf-ya H?t, T-V ' M A ttt l-. J . -,7,W I. "rl'fliJvW,y o!rt i,''itel'Wo'l' '