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The Next Governor of Illinois. JOHN P. McGOORTY. Popular Democratic Nominee for Circuit Court Judge. ing telephone numbers bo changed to tbo old Mnln 447. Sent a communication from Dr. E. Christiansen, nuking thru apartment building owners bo forced to put screens on their structures to keep out files, to tun commlttco on health. Passed nil ordinance empowering tho commissioner of public works to Issue n voucher to George W. Jack son, inc., for $17,i00, as part of tho rcservo fund for tho building of tho southwest land tunnel. The money Is to bo used to satisfy damago suit claims brought by relatives of persona who lost their lives In tho Intermedi ate crib disaster. Referred Alderman Murray's resolu tion asking for the creation of a com mission to study street cleaning prob lems to tho Judlclnry commlttco. Approved tho bonds ot former Mayor Busso for coal yards and switch tracks at Fleetwood street and West North avenue. Several improvement ordlnnnces providing for tho reconstruction of streets and sowers also wero passed. Bonds wero given and acopted by tho Council by tho chief of police and fire marshal in tho sum of $23,000 each, by tho city collector in tho sum of $250,000, tho deputy commissioner of public works and nil tho mombors of the board of local Improvements in the sum of $23,000 each, Inspectors of gas and oil $25,000 each and tho chief boiler Inspector $5,000. Isaac N. I'oyell, who was succeedod as City Treasurer by Henry Stucknrt, roportcd to tho Council that ho had turned over to tho Incumbent $18, 307,1 78.55. . Receipts In tho Chicago postofflco for April were $120,710.70 more than for April, 1910, according to tho re port made by Postmaster D. A. Camp bull Tuesday. Tbo total receipts woro $1,002,403.30 against $1,481,775.(10 in April, 1910, nn Increase of 8.15 per cent. Chicago Is hnvlng more"" troublo with tho suburbs she recently an nexed. 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Refusal of tho courts yesterday to grant tin injunction restraining tho city from taking possession of the municipal properties of tho former village of Morgan Park cleared tho atmosphere In regard to that part of tho city. Representatives of tho various departments of tho city gov ernment went to tho suburb Tuesday morning and took over nil of tho property formerly controlled by the former village board. Following Is nn outllno of Chief of Police McWeeny's plans: No open gambling. Salaried reformers to bo Ignored. Relentless wnr to bo waged upon crooks, burglars and thlovcs. Perfection of tho "bomb squad" to hnndlo tho Italian bomb mysteries and murders. Investigation of a so-called "slush" fund, said to havo been collected from tho members of tho department by William F. Stlne, former head of the United Police, now resigned. Provcnt labor "slugging." Moro thorough regulation of vlco districts. Complaints from poor citizens to hnvo tbo samo consideration ns those from tho rich. To promoto cfllclcncy in the department. Following Is tho makeup of tho city council committees: Flnanco Democrats: IUchort (chairman), Dorpu, ICguu, Cormalc, Relnbcrg, Wilson, Reading, W. P. Ryan S. Republic-tins: Harding, Snow, I.nwlcy, Hcllfiiss, Sitts, Fooll, Kearns 7. Local Transportation Democrats: Relnbcrg (chairman), Rlchert, Dorpa, Dnnlsch, Hylduhl, Twlgg, illock 7. Re publicans: Long. Snow, Lucas, Stew art, Foell, Llppa li. Judiciary "Democrats: Donahuo (chairman), Fick, Danlsch, Wnl kowlak, Powers, Oclger, Mahoney 7. Republicans: Prlngle, Utpatol, Mur ray, Thomson, Fisher, Forsberg u. License Democrats: W. F. Ryan (chairman), J. p. Hyan, Cermak, Vav rlcck, Hauler, Dowler, Krumholz, Jan ovsky 8. Republicans: I.ong, Lucas, Utpatcl, Hoy, Fisher 5. Schools Democrats: Tcnrnoy, Mar tin, Vavrlcck, Cullerton, Schultz, Jn rcckl, Mclnerney, Donahuo 8. Repub licans: Forsberg (clmlrmnn), Shufelt, Parker, Hcaly, Murray 5. Gas, Oil and Electric Light Demo crats: Twlgg (chairman), Dorpa, Cer mak, Dowler, Hauler, Relnbcrg, Block 7. Republicans: Prlngle, Long, Doll fuss, Sltts, Stewart, Hoy C. Local Industries Democrats: Carr, IJmerson, Cullerton, Schultz, Duckloy, Krumholz, Wilson, Ilurgcn, Reading !). Republicans: Clcttcnbcrg (chair man), Luwloy, Sitts, Hcaly, Llppn, Roa, C. Streets and Alleys, North Division Democrats: Krumholz (chairman), Hauler 2. Republicans: Foell, Brit ten, Thomson, Llpps I. Streets and Alleys, South Division Democrats: Emerson (chairman), Coughlln, Tcnrnoy, J, F. Ryan, Mar tin, McDermott, Mahoney, Borgon, Illock 9. Republicans: Shufelt, Par ker, Nance, Ren 4. Streets and Alloys, West Division Democrats: Buckley (chairman), Pick, Vavrlcck, Danlsch, Schultz, Jareckl, Wnlkowlak, Bowler, Hyldahl, Twlgg, Donahue 11. Republicans: Lucas, Utpotpl, Hcaly, Murray, Forsberg 5. Building Department Domocrnts: Carr, Klaus, Ahcrn, Jareckl, Powers, Hadorleln, McDermott, Borgon 8. Re publicans: Llpps (chairman), Britten, Thomson, Littler, Klshor 5, Stnto Legislation Democrats: Egan (chairman), Coughlln, Martin, Cormak, Wolltowlak, Golger, Wilson, Janovsky 8. Republicans: Harding, Lnwloy, Utpatol, Cnpitaln, Ilazon 5. Harbors, Wharves and Bridges Democrats: Kennn, Emerson, Buckley, Kunz, Brcnnan, Gclger, Block, W. P. Ryan 8, Republicans: Littler (chair man), Long, Nonce, Hey, Forsberg 5. Special Assessment and General Taxation Democrats; Vavrlcek (chairman), Coughlln, Tearney, J, P. Ryan, Martin, Cullerton, Schultz, Ahcrn, Kunz Powers 10. Republi cans: Hcaly, Clcttcnbcrg, Capltaln 3, Health Department Democrats: Carr, Klaus, Ahem, Kunz, Brennan, Hndcrleln, Janovsky, Mahoney 8. Re publicans: Parker (chairman), Nance, Murray, Hey, Capltaln 5. Fire Department Democrats, Coughlln, Mnrtln, Kunz, Wnlkowlak, Hndcrleln, Hyldahl, McDermott, Ma honey 8. Republicans: Shufelt (chairman), Lucas, Kearns, Rao, Hnzcn 5. Police Department and Brldowell Democrats: Mclnerney .chairman), Tcnrnoy, .1. P. Ryan, Derpa, Fick, Kunz, Bowler, Brcnnan 8. Republi cans: Harding, Prlngle, Parker, Mur ray, Thompson 5. Water Department p- Democrats: Wilson (chairman), Vavrlcek, Buck ley, Krumholz, Mclncrnoyj Borgon, Block, W. P. Ryan 8. Republicans: Bellfuss, Britten, Capltaln, Littler, Fisher 5. Civil Service Democrats: Kennn, Derpa, Pick, Klaus, Jareckl, Brennan, Hadcrlcin, Janovsky, Mclnerney 9. Republicans: Britten (chairman), Prlngle, Sltts, Littler 4. Elections Democrats: Cermak (chairman), Coughlln, Rlchert, Egan, Powers, Hauler, Relnbcrg, Wilson, Twlgg, Bergen, Rending 11. Repub licans: Harding, Snow, Lawlcy, Stew art, Clcttcnbcrg, Britten, Littler, Ilea 8. Rules Democrats: Cullerton (chnlr man), Kennn, Ahcrn, Cnrr, Bowler, Hyldahl (!. Republicans: Shufelt, l.awley, Sltts, Stewart, Clcttcnbcrg, Thomson, Kearns 7. Street Nomenclature Domocrnts: Ahcrn, Powers, Rlckert, Gnrcckl, Krumholz, Klaus, Mahoney 7. Re publicans: Hey (chnirmnn), Prlngle, Lucas, Stewart, Hcaly, Hnzcn C. City Hall and Public Buildings Democrats: Danlsch (chairman), Ken nn, Tearney, Egan, Buckley, Brennan, Gclger, Janovsky 8. Republicans: Nance, Utpatol, Clcttcnbcrg, Ren, Hazcn 5. Printing Democrats : McDermott (chairman), Kennn, Carr, Emerson, Pick, Ahcrn, Hyldahl, Twlgg, Mclner ney 9. Republicans: Shufelt, Parker, Foell, Kearns 4. ftEaBalBBBBBBBBH BBaaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB IbbIBLIbbbbbbb! bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbI WJ3HbBBHBBBBBBH CBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBaBBBBBBBBBa iftwFl iBBBaTaaBBBBm BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBaTSan :kiflHPHaBBBBB BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBaaBl 'IbMSbHbI .HbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbKB f.SlSHBBBBBBBai AHBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBallHiH R:MflHBaBBBBBBBl 4BaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBafaBBBl VHHaLA. IbbbbbbILIbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbBBI 'fiBKMHIHIB9LlBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB : v 3WWMfy$MmWm&KiIM)3. urn",r:H'74A,auKaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaKaBBs!r.-:' mm?Mmm$mmmmMamm 'xff?it'A xmM ERNST HUMMEL. Popular Brewer and Former City Treasurer. the boulevard trees, ho has also io pay for the trees In front ot his own home and Is then Informed by the city council that he docs not own them. Special privileges to none, but equal rights for all Is the slogan that Is growing In volume. The peoplo cheerfully contribute to tho maintenance of parks, but ther New York and Chicago Collcgo ot Law. Ho hastho degreo of LL. B, from Lako Forest University. White acquiring his education he gained a vast fund of experience, owing to tho fact that circumstances required him, during the Intervals between studies, to Vork on tho Great lakes, tho Mis sissippi and Ohio rivers, and in tho postofllco and railway mall sorvico. Slnco attaining his majority ho has Loop figures of vehicle casualties for threo years nro interesting. Hero they are, with tho various engines of destruction: Killed. Inju'd. Nowspnpor delivery wagons 3G 484 Automobiles 3 181 Streot cars 10 320 Teams 4 17 Motor cycles l y There Is a general demand for the abolition of boulevards. Thoy are maintained exclusively (or the rich at the expenso of the poor. They are used exclusively by per sons owning automobiles and are kept up by the taxes of people who do not live upon them. When people of moderate means were enabled to own and enjoy the driving ot horses, the boulevards were the delight ot the common people. It Is different now. People who live upon streets that are not boulevards can only have them Improved by putting their bands In their pockets and paying for the Improvements themselves. All property, upon streets not boule varded Is subject to the levy of spe cial assessments for the Improvement and maintenance of such thorough fares. Property fronting on boulevards is not subject to special assessment. The Improvement ot boulevards and the maintenance of these costly lux uries Is paid for out of the park taxes levied upon the general tax payer, who reaps no benefit from his outlay. Trees upon boulevards are main tained out of the general park taxes, levied upon all taxpayers. While the general taxpayer pays tor chari.es a. Mcdonald. Judge of the Superior Court. ' ' ':y': &'' '':' --.,..' 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Edu cated in tho parochial and public schools ot Buffalo, the University ot devotod his spare time to progressive .measures designed to bring govern ment within the control of tho people, and to that end has "stumped" tho state In behalf ot the initiative and referen dum, public ownership of public utili ties, direct election ot senators and direct primaries. As a lawyer he Is earnest and Intelligent and his ex perience at the bar qualifies him for the bench. He deserves your vote, a P. J. O'KEEFFE. Leading Lawyer and Public Spirited citizen. , tMiMtouki,imi&; ffiite.'f&Brffliww 'JVfriawfllVi& : ...,AcaaaM&'