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County Central Commlttea. Mason & Maaoa Attantn at Law OB4af"af BBoS tjVSMtpW v G. E, GRUIKSHANK Attorney at Law Silt 85, 12 Li Slid Strut ICHICAIO tiliho,ni tare main JMSN P. MctOMTV JOHN M. POLLOCK UW OPVIOBal - McGOORTY & POLLOCK MANIt BLOCK N. E. Career Waislagtos aad Clark Street! 1SELXtim CHICAQO Teteahane Mam irae CHARLES WERNO, jntmiy it lw TIUUNalerttL mpm9jtf- IOA. LIIEIEI A tOIOENiill mMniAirt IATUW B)4WASMIITNtTlBff ATTORNEY and COUNSELLOR CiHimerclal NatHnal BaRk.BM. Goodrich, Vincent & Bradley Lrawyer Tli Rootcory Ghl A4aaA. Geodrtefc milium A. Bale B. Bradley Harriso 1711 "IBlBiOBBPBI BB BjffVVBJBJ laSjVIBBY BBJBBBfBBBJBJ pmmb taia mutual LlWES I RlOMMS ATTftMTt AT IAW BUTTS 111 ABHLAND BLOOK CHICAQO S. C. HERREN ATTORNEY.AT.LAW 2a4 Floor, AsUaad Sleek CHICAGO TaUakaaa CENTRAL 1X2 Jiliut Fi Smiituki ATTORNEY. AT-LAW 120 E. Riinlpk Strait LOUIS LEVY Attorney at Law n7 abMbini aiBBk CNicAee IRWIN R. HAZBN ATTOHNBY AT LAW rH bbIM TVIn ROBERT R. JAMPOLB ATTORHEY-AT-LAW It, IM Manraa Btraat TtMh (tontfWl IBM ASA Q. ADAMS Attorney at Law Aaiwlf Tnwt 121 ManrtB at !W fe m . bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbW-'lwbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb1 BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBwI'&iBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB EaHHi IbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbBbbIbbbbbbbbbbbbbbI 'bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbkTyBEI bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbB.bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb! THEODORE BRENTANO. Able and Fearless Judge of the 8uperlor Court. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. ANDREW J. RYAN Atttraty aai Couimbw aVt Lav Silt 7Siajsa Pint Netleaal Bank Ball mm. Trittkeee Raa4olk IMS STIUMAN B. JAMESON Attoraty and CoeUielor at Law ROOM 1307 ASHLAND BLOCK TelMihoMCeBtralliw aUtlB CIAICEIY CIMIIT CINRT PMn Bantfstph im 0l "Irwin" JOHN I. bURTIN AttBfBtf aai PIbbbcLiI AgfBt . allai4HwtM BIB ONIOABB Ummjrmk mm . 74Br w Bl. Uuto BBtet, 1 1 IB BlarH Aw. TELEPHONE RANDOLPH 2340 Geo. M. Weichelt ATTORNEY AT LAW Suite 506 Ashland Block CHICAQO HENRY UTPATEL Attorney and Gounsaldr at Law JIBkuiiirtfCoMirNlMi. CHICAGO TUiafctH Franklka INT TELEPHONE CENTRAL MM Pliny B. Smith Attorney at Law 609 M'arquctU Buildinc 204 Dearborn Straat CHICAGO PROFESSIONAL CARDS. anem.mt ,EHmu Crafts & Stevens. AtUneji uri CnijnIwi at Law. msBiytBiBantfBiB TOOK EXCHANGE BLDQ. Tiliiaiai BMa it? a. Clyde A. Morrison lawyer Pkeae Central If 4 104 First National Bank IWf. CHICAQO Girard A. Ellingion LAWYER 1M1 Hmc hiaraace BMf. CHICAGO Tetepkone 2S10 IUadola John 0. Hruby, Jr. LAWYER 1322 Wast 18th Straat CHICAGO Telephone Canal 704 ARTHUR W. FULTON Lawyer Ht)9 AftHLANi BLOCK If 14 Maura ttraat cmcAa OfBta, eeral 43aa tnUanaa. Raul MM muiaa r. iuii Mil . MaM HACK k BLACK Atltrntyt Mi GiHmelin it Law ASHLAND BLOCK MUNICIPAL NEWS Some Items of Interest From the Public Offices About Occur rences of the Week. Tho city council Monday night au thorized Its commlttco on state legts latlon to go down to Springfield and demand that tho legislature pass tho bill prepared by tho council commit too on harbors, wharves and brldgos and n commlttco of tho sanitary dis trict, giving tho city power to con struct, own and oporato a system of docks and harbors along tho lake front. It was tho declslvo stop toward securing an outer harbor nnd dock system which tho mayor and his advisers for months havo been working up to. If tho bill Is passed, nnd It is confi dently expected It will bo, tho city will havo tho power to condemn tho property It needs for Its purposo nnd to construct and maintain any amount of docks and wharves that tho busi ness of tho city requires. Tho sanitary district gets In on tho movement owing to tho fact that It has plenty of money, whllo tho city has not. Under tho bill tho sanitary district will put up tho cash for tho construction of tho wharves nnd docks, with tho city having tho prlvllcgo of buying them back on tho installment plan. When Alderman Littler proposed llio adoption of tho report of tho com mlttco on harbors, wharves nnd bridges thero was not a dissenting volco raised. Alderman Cullcrton Introduced nn order asking for tho appolntmont of a commission of flvo nldcrmon to In vestigate "tho existence of a cement trust" In Chicago. Tho samo aldermen asked that ovory property owner along West Twolfth street, bo notlllcd when pub lic bearings nro hold regarding tho widening of that thoroughfare, as recommended by tho Chicago Plan commission. An ordinance requiring that danger signals bo exposed on tho front and rear of nil street cars when tho trol loy la off, or thero Is no power, was referred to tho commttteo on local transportation. "Harrison street." chlencrn'a mn famous polico station, Is to bo torn down. This wob practically decided by tho council commlttco on local In dustries, which on next Tuesday will glvo a final decision. Tho Rnnd-Mc-Nally Publishing Company wants to build a gigantic struct tiro covering nearly all of tho block bounded by Harrison, Clark and Van Duren streets and Pnclflo avenuo, It lias asked tho city to vncnto nn alloy running crossways from Harrison street to Pacific avenue. Tho com mlttco decided to tnko up for con sideration tho running of a sixtceu foot alloy cast and wost from Clark street to Pacific avenuo. Thomas M. Hunter, chief bailiff ot tho Municipal Court, on Tuesday Phone Mala 4495 QERAQHTY & CO, Badges ana Buttons, Muslin and Oilcloth Signs 61 Lm Salle Street, Extension Telephone Stations Are Now 50c Per Month In the Office They Save Time, Energy AND Money In the Homi Thay Save Going Up & Down Stair and arm Idtal m FIRE and BURGLAR ALARMS Why Not Order NOW? Call Contract Dapartmant MAIN 204 CHIC A GO TELEPHONE CO. 303 WaMngton Stmt mndo his annual report. It shows that 0,020 writs and executions wcro received and 5,231 defendants served, (i percentage of 82.19. The mllcago covered In tho work was fi2,C8C; Fif teen of tho forty-six deputies show a clean record in serving executions and six liavo a percentage of 100 In tho serving of writs. No receipts willbo mailed sondors of registered letters or parcels by tho postal authorities In tho futura unless they nro demanded in writing across the matter registered. This is In ac cordance with a now rule established by tho postofflco. It Is tho theory of postal ofllclals that persons receiving registered mall acknowledged receipt. In order to provent a repetition of tho recent disaster In tho stock yards, In which twenty-four firemen lost their lives, tho Union Stock Yards & Transit Company Is nnxlouu to build a hlgh-prcssuro water system for tho yards and ndjaccnt territory. Through Its president, John A. Spoor, tho com pany Monday night asked permission of tho city council to undurtako tho work. No action was taken on tho request. Mr. Spoor proposes to form a cor poration to build tho new water works system. It will bo ti high prcssuro system and will havo a capacity of at least CO,U0O,000 gallons a day. It Is proposed to build a tunnol from tho yards far out Into tho lako and It Is agreed that this tunnol shall not in terfere with tho streets or alloys.. Tho monoy order department of tho Chicago postofilco established a now record mark in 1910. Tho annual re port of business transacted shows that $242,360,343.06 passed through tho local ofilco. Superintendent Schlossman in his report says this was an lncrcaso of $43,113,590.25 oror tho business in 1909. Tho flnanco commlttco of tho coun ty board resumed work on the annual county budgot Tuesday. A week prob ably will elapse beforo tho task la compioteu. Mcanwhllo members of tho board continuo reticent about probablo ap pointments. Especially with refer cuco to tho superlntcndency of the Dunning asylum. With Drs. Wilhlto and Podstata definitely out ot the running, reluctanco was manifested to discussing posslblo candidates. Commissioner Itngen, chairman ot tho board's building committee, Is not pleased with tho former board's plans for a now county maternity hospital. Ills criticism Is directed mainly at tho location, which ho declares bad, because- ot tho proximity ot hospitals for contagious diseases. Every barnaclo In tho city Is yelling his head off for Harrison. Chicago, III.