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THE CHICAGO EAGLE
NINE STRONG REPUBLICANS TALKED OF FOR MAYOR:
Fred A. Busse, J. R. Thompson, Bernard A, Eckhart, Edward H. Paters, Isaac N. Powell, Leroy A, Goddard, James A, Hogan, William Kolacek, John F. Smulski.
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Judiciary of
APPELLATE COURT Jl'DdES
JltSSF flOLDOM. Presiding Justice.
FRANK BAKER. HENRY V. FREEMAN.
BRANCH APPELLATE COURT
AXEL CHYTRAUS, Presiding Justice.
I W. MACK, FREDERICK A. SMITH,
A. R. Porter, Clerk Appellate Court.
SUPERIOR COURT JUDGES
'.liORGE A. DUPUY, Chief Justice.
1HEODORE BRENTANO, FARLIN Q. BALL,
AKTHUK H. CHETLAIN,
BEN M. SMITH,
ALBERT C. BARNES,
HKNKY V. FREEMAN,
W. H. M'SURELY.
CHARLES W.
CIRCUIT
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 Owens
Attorney and
Oounstlor at Law
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CNICAOO
TMtphon Main AIM
Cyril R. JanduB
LAWYER
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' TaUakaaa Raadalah 307.
Ben j. F. Richolson
ATTORNEY AT LAW
M Mmtm llratt
1201-1 Ractor BuMdhig
Law Officii
Holland & Elliott
, JOHN P. HOLLAIM
1 WM. PANOMM IU.IOTT
I SO I eriand iulMHng
CHICAGO
TBUPHONI CINTRAL -
ID. Condee
ATTORNEY
and
COUNSELOt at LAW
07 Dearborn St
Cook County.
AXEL CHYTRAUS,
JESSE HOLDOM,
MARCUS KAVANAGH.
W. M. McEWEN.
VAIL, Clerk.
COURT
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COURT
Judge
Clerk
Sheriff
State's Attorney
Clerk Criminal Court
COURT
Judge
, Clerk
Mason A Mason
Attoniijs it In
HI La Sill St
C. E. CRUIKSHANK
Attorney at Law
silt 35, 12 Li sun strut'
CHICAIO
tiliph'oni tare main
jonn p. Mcoootn jonn m. pollock
LAW OFPIG!
McGOORTY & POLLOCK
RIAFIR BLOCK
N. B. Career Waahligtoi ui
Clark Streete
StSlcM
OHCA00
CHARLES WERNO,
JTttroty at l.aw
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LEADING MEMIEH OF THE BAR.
Jas. Hamilton Lewis
ATTORNEY and
COUNSELLOR
Commercial Nattonal Bank Blig.
Goodrich,
Vincent & Bradley
Lawycrj
The) Rooksry, Chi
Ad
A. Goodrich
William A. Vlnata
Ralph X. Bradley
Harrison 1716
FHAMOW M. LOWia LIROV RIONANM
mom iaia ointral
Lowes t Rionards
ATTORNEYS AT UW
auiTi lata ashland block
CHICAGO
S. C. HERREN
AHOKNEY.AT.UW
aaa Fleer, AialaaJBUck
CHICAGO
Takthaa
CENTRAL am
Julius F. Smietanka
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
120 E Randolph Strait
LOUIS LEVY
Attorney at Law
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CNICAOO
IRWIN R. HAZEN
Attorniv at Law
Title aaal Tnitf ietMtae
HICAQO
ROBERT R. JUHPOLIJ
ATTORNEY-aT-LaW
lilB, 184 Menree Street
tihw. ontii iaaa
ASA O. ADAMS
Attorney at Law
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121 Menre- ft.
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EDWARD J. BRUNDAQE.
Republican Candidate for Judge of the Superior Court.
LEADING MEM1E1S OF THE BA1.
ANDREW J. RYAN
Attorney
Couim lor at Lav
1 Sulla 7a1.aa.33
First Natleaal Baak Balldlag.
Teheaeae Raatfok 1241
STILLMAN B. JAMESON
Attorney and
Counselor at Law
ROOM 1307 ASHLAND BLOCK
Tckpkona Central IN
IASTEI II CHANCERY CIK1IT COURT
Pheie Randolph S98B
Oakle "Irwin"
JOHN I. MARTIN
Attorney and Financial Agent
iuheSie Hartford Blafaj.
140 Dearborn it.
OHIOAQO
aw.Yarfc Ofllee . 74 Broadway
it. Laula Ofllee, 1 1 IB Olark Ava.
TELEPHONE RANDOLPH 2340
Geo. M. Weichelt
ATTORNEY
AT LAW
Suite 506 Ashland Block
CHICAGO
HENRY UTPATEL
Attornay and Gounsalor at Law
411 Obsaiir il ConiBiru II4.
CHICAGO
TUtpiiM Fnoklii 1007
TELEPHONE CENTRAL M
Pliny B. Smith
Attorney at Law
609 Marquette) Building
204 Dearborn Street
CHICAGO
LEADING MEMBERS 07 THE BAB
01710 a. ouru
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Crafts & Stevens.
attonejs ud ChimUti
itLiw.
Reemi l , 1 ana) 1
STOCK EXCHANGE 1LDO.
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Clyde A. Morrison
LAWYER
Phono Caatral 164
1048 Fint National Bank Rid.
CH1CAQO
Girard A. Ellington
LAWYER
1001 Hone .Insurance Bldg.
CHICAGO
Telephone 2510 Randolph
John 0. Hruby, Jr.
LAWYER
1322 West 18th Street
CHICAGO
Telephone Canal 704
ARTHUR W, FULTON
Lawyer
HOI AtHLAND BLOCK
RMldesiea, ISS4 Monroe Street
cmcAee
Teleiea)eet Ofllaa, Central 43M
Bealf enaa. Kaexle B4M
wftuat . siasi
mhb s. siaas
BLACK & BLACK
Attprniys
and Counselors it Law
AiHLAND BLaKK
CMICAOO, - tLLINOt
MUNICIPAL NEWS
Some Items olt Interest From the
Public Offices About Occur
rences of the Week.
Clly Treasurer Isnno N. Powell ha3
Issued his report for tho past fiscal
year. It contains many Interesting
facts.
Tho city Is the gainer of many hun
dred thousand dollars through tho
legislative act of 190C putting tho
treasurer') ofTlco on a salnry hasls
Instead of on tho old feo systom. Tho
rovonuo to tho city from the ofTlco
from 1001 to 1907 vnried from $Gl,.
215 to tl7,0o5, tho latter llguro hclng
for tho last yenr of tho feo system.
Undor tho salary system tho rov
onuo from tho treasurer's ofllco
leaped to J19C.792, which, after deduct
ing expenses of tho olllco of $-10,577.
left tho city a clear $150,215. Last
yoar tho revenuo from the ofllco was
$289,224, with ofllco expenses of $55,
552, leaving n net revenue to the city
of $233,071, nearly twlco as much as
was received tho last year of tho feo
system.
During tho year the treasurer re
ceived $289,224 In Interest on bank de
posits of city funds, nnd $22,003 In In
terest on tho various pension funds,
making a grand total of Interest re
ceived during tho year of $311,287. A
summary of tho treasurer's statement
shows a balanco In tho treasury, ju
Jan. 1, 1909, of $12,195,708, receipts of
$07,504,048, disbursements of $04,140,
CC5, and a balanco on Dec. 31, 1909,
or $15,019,152.
Tho cash balance of tho flercmen's
fund on Jan. 1, 1909, was $202,040; on
Dec. 31 It was $304,910. Tho teachers
fund had a cash balanco on Jan. 1,
1909, of $10,780; on Dec. 31 of $20,930.
For this fund, tho treasurer In addi
tion held $253,000 In securities.
Thcro will not be many inoro fights
between brewers nnd snloonkecpors
over title to saloon licenses. E. J.
Mngerstadt, city collector, held a ll
censo court during tho week nnd had
John Dcllraan and W. D. Dargo, of tho
corporation counsel's office, to assist
him. Mr. Magcrstadt sees a way out
of theso annual disputes.
"Thoy havo stopped tho practlco of
lotting assignments go unrecorded,"
ho said, "and a purchaser now Insists
that a deal bo closed In tho collector's
ofllco, so thcro can bo no contest Intor.
Noxt year, I bcllove, wo shall havo
cloar records of all licenses, bo that
Telkphonb Douglas 673
Hotel Warner
EUROPEAN
Cottage Grove Ave. and 33d St.
VIREPROOF
UARIT mhMiETU, JR., 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
I ..'aV rAKhASAelXhJala'BBWjeuelafcLalZB
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 arc Idtal at
FIRE and BURGLAR ALARMS
Why Not Order NOW?
Call Contract Department MAIN 294
CHICAGO TELEPHONE CO.
203 Washington Strut
wo can toll at a moment's notice
whether an applicant for a llcenso Is
tho man rightfully entitled to It."
Tho" fifteen cases heard supported
his conclusion, for they brought less
complicating testimony than did tho
docket last April, when tho last pre
vious llcenso period expired. Tho facts
were less tangled nnd tho cases wcro
simpler to ndjudlcntc.
This was truo of tho claim of Itob
ort 12. Hugo, 3103 Grand nvcnuo, who,
Collector Mngerstadt held, was awak
ened Into claiming nn old license when
ho heard of offers of premiums rang
ing from $1,500 to $2,200. From the
records It appeared that Hugo had
permitted his license to lapso In 1907
nnd that subsequently a saloon had
been opened at the snnio address by
tho United States Drawing Company.
Tho collector held that Hugo's llconso
was "dead." '
Tho organization of tho board of
trustees of the Chicago teachers' pen
sion fund was announced, tho follow
ing oHlccrs bolng elected:
President Mnry B. Vaughn, pritij
clpnl of the LawBon school.
Vlco president Knto Starr Kellogg,
district superintendent.
Secretary Herbert Miller, teacher
In tho Crane school.
Tho retiring president Is Miss L. !
Kllboum.
Chairman W. J. Prlnglo of tho ga3
commltteo received nn opinion from
the lnw department specifying that
unless the city revises tho gns rates
beforo Feb. 25, 1911, thcro will bo no
legal maximum, as tho regulatory or
dinance of five years ago expires on
thnt date Aid. Prlnglo requested tho
opinion with a vlow to determining
what speed must bo mado by tho ex
perts who havo just begun tholr work
on that subject.
Ho now will hasten their task as
much as possible so that their roport
will bo before his commltteo oarly In
January.
Vote against tho "forest prcsorvo"
grab on tho little ballot It Is a
schemo of real estato sharks to sell
their scrub timber land In Cook
County to tho peoplo at exorbitant
prices.
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