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Mayor Harrison on Wednesday an nounced the following appointments of democratic members or the civil service board: Harmon Campbell of the Twenty fifth ward, business manager of the Chicago Kxamlncr, to succeed Michael L. McKlnlcy, term expiring In 1911. John ,1, Klynn, SGI 8 Morgan street, secretary of the Brotherhood of Hall way Krelght Handlers, to succeed II. D. Fargo, term expiring In 1912. "I wish to emphasize that the only Instruction given to these members ,pr request made of them by mo Is that they enforce the law," said tho mayor in making the appointments. "I say thls as a hint to any persons who may wish tho law made Just a little mora clastic In order to help them to good positions." EDWARD F. DUNNE. Next Democratic Candidate for Governor. born In Ireland in 1852 and came lo Chicago forty-six years ago. He was superintendent of strcctH In 1885 un der Harrison and again In 1889 during the Cregier administration. Carter 11. Hurrlson appointed Mr. Medium commissioner of public works In IS'.iT and ho served until 1901. That year he was made city controller and held the position for six successive years. We notice that those old time office holders and hunters, A. C. Barnes and Henry V. Freeman, are again running for Jobs. PETER BARTZEN. The Honest President of the County Board. a pretentious- rally to mark tho open ing of new hendiiuarters. Cook coun ty Democrats will Join In "whooping It up" for the success of tho party at the congressional, gubernatorial and presidential elections next year. Announcement was made at last Sunday's meeting of tho County no mocracy that tho new headciuartcrs will bo located on the third Moor of the Henrk'l building at 71 Knndnlph street. The old Jefferson club form erly occupied these quarters. Tho main assembly room will accommo date about 1,000 persons. Tho present headquarters of the County nomocracy, at 81 Clark street, must be vacated, because' the build ing Is to be tarn down In the near fu ture. If It Is Impossible to secure Sena tor Kern and Congressman Italney us speakers at the bouse warming rally, equally prominent Democrats will he substituted in their places. The com mittee of arrangements is composed of Miles J. Devlne, M. S. (tarry, John A. King, Thomas J. Powers, Kdwnrd H. Morgan, John A. Mnhoney, Wnltor V. Magnus, Peter Crot, Molesworth King and John E. Conerty. William H. Sexton. Appointed cor poration counsel by Mayor Harrison, has seen eight years of servlco in the olllco of tho corporation counsol ot Chicago under former Harrison ad ministrations, nnd Is thus tolerably well qualified for tho position, accord ing to his legal friends, Mr. Sexton was born in Chicago in 1875. Ho Is the sou of Austin O. Sexton, former Democratic politician and close friend of Carter H. Harrison, Sr father of the mayor elect. Ho attended tho Lake Vlow High School, nnd Inter the law department or Lake Forest Uni versity. In 1897 bo was appointed nsslstaut corporation counsel. Under Corporation Counsol Charles M. Walk er ho was appointed ilrst assistant cor poration counsel, In which capacity ho served till 1905, when ho resigned to go Into partnership with Edgar II. Tolman nnd Hobert Redllold, un der tho llrm name of Tolman, Ited Held and Soxton, 108 La Salle street. Can South Chicago or Pullman get along without a Kissing Senator? They arc no longer summer resorts. Lawrence 13. Mcdunn. New com missioner of public works, lives at :siu North Central avenuo in Austin. No other member of tho mayor's cab inet hns bad a political career so varied. Ho has beon n resident of Chicago for nearly half a century and during that period has been moro or tho timo in olllco than out. Ho was WVt? .aBaBBBBVaflBBBBBBBBn .Jfiv, A i20&!BM iffiHISliSfHBBBl BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBai&l9 iBBlBtt:::''' 'kH corporation counsel's office under Ed- r,... u. uii.iti.i. lit; id ,o vniD v, iinu I and has practiced Inw In Chicago since I 1D(I" tf- 1.. .u-.1 .. .!. t i op i. nu IB ll iiii'iuuur ui iiiu urn llrm of Hoyne, O'Connor, Hoyno & Irwin, 108 La Snllc street. Mr. Hoync was born in Chicago nnd attended school In this city. He was gradu ated from Williams collego In 1895 and from the law college of North western university in 1897, being ad mitted to the bar tho same year. N. L. Plotrowskl. The newly ap pointed city attorney, Is a native ot (tcrmnn Poland, where he was born In 18ti:t. He attended the University of Berlin before coming to tins coun try in 1882. Mr. Plotrowskl moved to Chicago In 1892 and was admitted to the bar the same year. Ho has been practicing law In this city slnco that tlmo and Is one of the best known Polish attorneys In Chicago. He was assistant corporation counsel under Harrison's administration Tn 1897-9S. James S. Mclnerney. Tho now prosecuting attorney, Is a native Chi cngoan. He was born forty-live years ago. His residence Is at o0:il! Wash ington boulevard, Austin, and his business oiiico at U Monroe street, ho hns practiced law In Chicago ro'r several years, has been a prominent member or tho Bar association. Ho Is tho father of four boys and two girls, Ho Is a graduate of tho Kent Collego of I.nw.and Is a member or tho Cnthollc Order of Foresters and tho Irish Fellowship Club. Hlchard .1. Reynolds. City purchas ing agent, has been an nccountnnt on the bonrd of trndo for many years and slnco 1890 bo has been, account ant for tho Arm of Logan & Bryan. Mr. Reynolds was born In Chicago lorty-slx ycaru ngo and attended tho public schools of Chicago. Ho has been nctlvo In Democratic politics in the twenty-third war slnco tho tlmo he was old enough to vote. His only former experience In public office was under Hopkins' administration, when he was employed In the olllco of tho commissioner or public works. "Peter Bartzen has been criticised and attacked because when he saw gross abuses In the county Institu tionsthe poor being starved, crip ples being cruelly treated, children led on bad food he, with his big heart and sturdy will, 'swept nway all red tape and took measures to give In stant relief." This was (lie climax of the closing speech of Francis W. Walker, attorney for tho president of the Board of County Commissioners, made Monday night at the final session of the Sen ate Investigating committee at the Ho tel La Salle. President Bartzen wns present at the session, and he sat un moved during the speech of Mr. Walk er defending his acta and praising him as the best official ever put Into of fice In Chicago, and one who, In a great emergency, had done wonders In behalf of tho city's needy charges. President Bartzen also sat unmoved while the Senators passed resolutions thanking him for the frankness nnd openness with which he had produced books, records and other matter re quired In evidence by tho legislative committee, and thanking Ballard Dunn and other Civil Service Commissioners for similar courtesies. In his closing address Mr. Walker brought cheers from tho spectators, who crowded tho audience chamber, by his vivid plcturo of tho conditions in the county Institutions when Peter Bartzen took office. Mr. Walker went into details show ing how 'tho nppojntmcnt of P. J. Murray, Cummlngs, and others were absolutely necessary at a tlmo or great emergency, nnd that civil serv ice examinations would lc hold with in the next two weeks to fill tho posi tion created. 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He will prevent delays In considera tion of the-aubway and push work on the plans that are expected to solve the problem of congestion In the loop district. Will Chicago stand Idly by and seo the widows of firemen killed In line of of paving contractors anXa few months afterward the corporations dig up tho streets and put them in bad condition again. Government by so-called millionaire clubs must cease In Chicago If we ara to have government by the people. Hurry up those subways. Judge Klckhnm Scnnlon's nblo and upright record on the bench pleases Maclay Hoyno. First assistant cor poration couiiKol, held that olllco un der Col. J. Hamilton Lewis during Mnyor Dunne's administration. Bo roro that ho was assistant in iho Peter Zlmmer. Who will succeed John KJellander as city sealer, Is a brother of SlicrliT Michael Zlmmer. Ho Is 51 years of age, Is a native of Palos, 111. Ho has nover been In public office till last January, when he was appointed custodian of tho Criminal court's building, which ofllco ho resigned to accept the position of city scaler, Ho lives at 2uGi! West Twcuty-lirst place. He is married and has four children. John 13. Trager. City Controller: hns long been acknowledged ono of the strongest political leaders among tho nermann of this city, and has held the olllces of country coroner, city collector, and city treasurer. Early last year ho was announced us a mayoralty candidate, but ho with- Mayor Hurrlson has outlined a broad and comprehensive program for his admlnlstraton. Ho will bend all of his cnerglos to se cure council action on tho gas ques tion In order to realize his campaign promlso of 70-cent gas. Ho will oppose any effort to or ganize tho new city council along partisan lines as being undemocratic and not In tho best Intorests of good government. Ho will use tho police departmcnflB prevent the spread of crlmo and vice, but will not Interfcro with tho personal liberty of tho citizens. Chicago will bo given a "Continental Sunday" a day of rest on which tho working man mny rest and seek recreation, but not license. Ho will pick tho most efficient men nvallablo for tho various heads of do- LAWRENCE J. COFFEY. Chairman County Board Finance Committee. i s ' 'jiff i'iSHawH. . :.- ;asRraF.". ,-.. ' sbIbbK i lyLBBaaW ' Jh ' 1 '' 4 9aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaf i $' M. -iSL aaaKfe- y & - - aaBBaaW :BBaaaaiBBBaaaaaV!'4!- ( ' 1JBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBV. iBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBa -J t i -a( laBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW . affJaaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBkWi.' 'i iaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW ' 'fjBBMBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBi4.K IBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBbW 'BBIaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW' ' laBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBV. 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They pay an exorbitant sum for tho benetlt every one of his big army of friends in Chicago. Lengthen those loop platforms aai relieve the congestion during the rush hours. Albert G. Wheeler atands foremost among Chicago's most successful financiers and bualness men. He Is liked and respected by all who come In contact with him. rf bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbFFbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb! BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBk ' Hi- ". ikBVjBBBBBBBBBBBBBl . IBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBk. '1alll4lBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB! IbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbvbbbbE' b7bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb1 cHHBBaaaaaaaaaaaar . bbv, i ajJPJiXT WarJarJarJarJarJan ?11H9BbBBBBBBBBBbV ,' M'? 'VNaVt'iBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBal MJpOifPfJJUBBBBBBBl' 7 aMaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBal " Wi W$m5mM iaBaaaaaaaH -' '.wJV fasKaBaBBaVR'. bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbw ' :'0' y' IbBBBBBBBBbK- .amBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBal it' a t- , BaBBBBBBv j 'X .JBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBI '' "i '1- "j IbBBBk l' .BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBl fif. OLJkisaaBaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa! 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