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THE! CHICAGO A G L. EI. I POLITICAL TALK Hfard from thi Various Camps During the Wtfk About Man Prominant in Politics. What the Leaders Are Doing and What People Have to Say About Them. Five petitions for recount of the bal lots at the April primary were filed In the County Court by defeated candi dates. The petitioners nrp Timothy, J. Clohescy, Democratic candidate for nomination as Sanitary District trus tee; John McNeal, Democratic candi date for the office of County Commis sioner, and Edward J. Queoney, James J. O'Toole and Edwin J. Rabor, candi dates for nominations for Municipal Court judgeships. New street lights are needed In Chicago. Political headquarters of Edward F. Dunne, Democratic nomlneo for gov ernor, havo been opened In sutto 1,803, City Hall Squaro building, whero tho work of education and or ganization will bo carried on through out tho summer months, under tho direction 'of County Treasurer Wil liam L. O'Connell. Spencer Ward's grand record as a lawyer and a citizen commonds him to the people as tho right man to elect Chief Justice of the Municipal Courts next November. Both tickets are weighted down with several dead ones. Congressman Lynden Evans should have little trouble in being roelected. The people of the Ninth District aro well acquainted with his able and clean record at Washington. Albert O. Wheeler's long and hon orable record as a financier and a Professional Cards TCLCPHONC RANDOLPH 1MB IRWIN R. HAZEN Attorney at Law . aoa TIMaanrtTruat Bu4Mlna CHICAGO Goodrich, VtMent ft Bradley j.P.RIcholfon ATTWNBV AT LAW IMI-t Raatair Giirte Edward Johnstoni ATTORNEY AT-LAW RECTOR BUILDINQ CHICAQO L i. Oondaa lmwymrm BMMIOCt.Ofl Bl MMf '7 nearMni at BIIIIIIIIIIIIIIBP ' r vi mSBBBBBBBBBI BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBkC l'rr-KBBBBBBBBBBBI HLfltBiiJBBBBBBH IHnFBBBBBBH BfffffffffjflBBBBM', . ' iBBBBBBBB bbbHbbbbW1:'-bbbbbbV BBBBBBnBKiPik'-BllllllllllllW'"' -BBBBBBBBH BBBBHBMii& TBBBBBel .BBBBBBBBH Ri. H'BBBKBBBBBH nnmuBmi muHf.. :iiiiiiiiiiiiH BHHHHHHBIShk ;tlBBBBBBBBBKC'? ' JBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBI BlIIIIIIIIBjM;' -!;HiBkBBBBBBBBH BBBBBBBhBI,. s dBBBBBBBVlJBBBBBBBBBH LLHBiMihbKbbVibbbbbbbB EDWARD'A. DICKER. Judge of the Municipal Court. J business man entitles htm to the high place he holds in the estimation of all Chicagoans. Zlna R. Carter is tho cholco of thousands of Republicans for City Treasurer next spring. The reelection of Charles W. Vail as clerk of tho Superior Court is pre dicted on 'all sides. His clean and able record has made him friends on all sides. When in tho United States Senatb William E. Mason made friends in ta. Htmilton Lewis ATTORNEY anal COUNSELLOR Commercial National Baak Wo. FiucU M. Uwm Uey Rkkf Pkeae Cestui 2818 Lowes & Richards BBBBV Attorney! at Law 127 N. Daarbom St CHICAGO 6. E, 6RHKSHANK Attorney at Law miii, i2usnntf CNI9M9 tiliphoni lara main Telephone Central 618 t Asa G. Adams LAWYER 76 WMt, Monro Street CHICAGO ATTcaaan AT-LAW tBLMMIM every part, of Illinois by his honest and fearless record and ovcryono of theso friends aro working hard for his election as Congressman at Largo next Novcmbor. Judgo Klckhnm Scanlan la a pain staking, honest and falrmlndcd judgo. 8. C. Herren 1b making a flno record as assistant City Attorney. His many friends would liko to sco him on tho bench. 'Joseph C. Blahn in his first term in tho legislature from tho Nineteenth district proved himself to bo an able, ROrattlONAL CARD. William D. Munhall ATTORNEY AT LAW 1616 Aihland Block Clark and Randolph Sti. CHICAGO Telephone Randolph 2325 S. C. HERREN ATTORNEY.AT.UW art Fleer, AskluJ Bleek CHICAGO LOUIS LEVY E. RAYMOND WILLIAMS LAWYER First National Bank Building CHARLES WBRNO, JTtttfiiy at la u cttttta.'fc-v" MOT L JJWrlLI TTilWEY-AT-UW ., Mil, 184 MaarM hardworking and honest public ofllclal. Ho deserves, and will got, a re-election. Walter E! Schmidt has made a good, clean record as County Assessor and he deserves to bo reelected. Both as a lawyer and a citizen, Al bert H. Putney is admired and re Bpected by all who know him. Spencer Ward's candidacy for chief justice of tho Municipal court Is dally growing stronger Walter E. Schmidt has made a flno record as county assessor and ho Is entitled to a re-election. David Sullivan has a flno record to his credit as a lawyer and his candi dacy for Municipal Judgo deserves success. Capt. James H. Parrell's big host of friends predict ho will bo an easy winner for tho Legislature in the Twenty-ninth District. Judgo Edward Osgood Drown has earned by his flno record on tho bench the admiration and confidence of tho' people of Chicago. Did you ever keep tab on tho num bor of wrong-number 'phono calls you (jui iu u uuy i Judgo Edward A. Dicker has mddo a grand record during his term on tho Municipal Court bench and ho 13 ono of the men on that bench that is entitled to a re-election. Meeting hours for City Council com mittees are as follows: Monday Streets and alleys, 2 o'clock; buildings, 3:30 o'clock. Tuesday Schools and police, 11 bBbbbw'Mothub OBBBBaBBIK':RQaBW jpjBjwKnai;; HiHmda'in&rvi2nH.: Bm!?ofMimtijim!mMt '-: i imsmfr-&wySMK rav ?, , : ?-. a .r aaBBB9MBDBBKSti2i3-.lM3fVr ij BHBnBMHBf aEK'i'tiv mammmnm , BbWBmbT iW BBaBBWav'te. v HPi ..bSb1' ' BbmPBiR 'ViM;-BMiA A P. - &Jfc .Bw jnP'lhv .' 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Wednesday Special park commis sion, 10:30 o'clock; health, 2 o'clock; local transportation, 2' o'clock; track elevation, 3:30 o'clock, Thursday Gas, oil and electric light, 2 o'clock; license, 3:30 o'clock; water, 3:30 o'clock. Friday Compensation, 11 o'clock; judiciary, 2 o'clock; finance, 2 o'clock; bathing beaches, 3:30 o'clock. Chairman Block of tho local trans portation committee named the fol lowing subcommittees: Street Car Scrvlco Complaint Northwest Side Twlgg, Hyldahl, Clancy. North Side Capltaln, Llpps. Southwest Side Schuttz, Donahoo, Stewart. South Side Fisher, Bergen, Carr. Committco on Wllmctto Extension of the Northwestern Elevated Rail roadBlock, Twlgg, Schultz, Fisher, Capltaln. Through Routes Block, Llpps, Healy. Committee to Keep In Touch With tho Elevated Road's Valuation Com missionBlock, Rlchert, Llpps, Long. The Chicago Eagle numbers among Its subscribers tho most Influential, most prosperous and most respected men In Chicago. It reaches nearly every man of standing In tho community and all men who aro moldorsof public opin ion or directors of public affairs. It Is tho guldo, mentor and friend of every political leader of every shade of opinion. It Is read by Government, State, County and City Officials. It Is read by a big percentage of the legal fraternity, Including bench and bar. It ts the favorite of Chicago's lead ing business men. It reaches all classes In their homes. it Is in every public offlco and every public library. It Is a paper that Is read by people .of standing and Influence. mm?m ; W -i, p tfi&wmmJ JLZ S.T. I . Z'Z i J if- r-,, - wsizrv r. V,?v-w?'- ' ' Ttvrt '" ., ' Mrt- t e .A- .1 5 - I- " ROFIteiONAL OAI T.i.-h,. IMtln 1913.. TclephonM ( Automatic JWU7 Morton T. Culver Attorney at Law 829831 Stock Exchange Building CHICAGO Rtildtnce, Olnco( 111. Girard A. Eilingtoi LAWYER lNlHraehiMctBMf. CHICAGO Telopkoae 2110 Ruulolyh ARTHUR W. FULTON Lawyer aaBBBBBBBBMaBHHMH; 1103 ASHLAND BLOCK Residence 3343 Monroe Street CHICAGO Telephone: Office, Central 4368 Residence, Kedile 6480 CaWiiam W MUNICIPAL NEWS Some Items of Interest From the Public Offices About Occur rences of the Week. What tho Aldermen did last Mon day: Rescinded their action of a week ngo ordering tho corporation counsel to appear in court and fight tho con tract between the Illinois Central and tho South Park commissioners, which contemplates beautifying tho south shoro from East Twelfth street to Hydo Parle boulevard. Itcferrcd to tho committco on elec tions a contest filed by William V. Schoficld, Democrat, defeated candi date for alderman In tho Twenty-first wnrd, against James F. Uurns, tho sit ting alderman. Concurred In tho appointment by Mayor Harrison of Theodore K. Long, alderman from tho Sixth wnrd; Wil liam II. Sexton, corporation counsel, and Oeorgo U. Young, health commis sioner, as members of tho lako shoro reclamation burcnu. Also concurred In tho mayor's pro posal to allow tho Volunteers of Amer ica to glvo their annual freo picnic to poor children In Washington Park on Juno 20. Tho bond of James A. Qulnn, reap pointed ns oil inspector, was approved. A report of Henry Stuckart, secre tary of tho municipal pension fund, shows tho fund to bo Increasing at a rapid rate. It was started under tho law for Its inception July 1, 11)11, and from then until May 1C, 1912, It had reached a figure that predicts a total of $100,000for tho first year. Approx imately 3,500 employes aro paying In $2 monthly to tho fund and Judicious Investment of tho money In bonds and securities Is rapidly Increasing tho total. It is now moro than $75,000. Tho health department and tho de partment of public works made ar rangements to revise tho rules reg ulating tho collection of garbage. Numerous complaints havo been mndo by citizens ns to tho methods used by certain scavengers In removing garbage. In ninny Instances tho gar bage receptacles aro emptied of their contents and tho contents sorted, tho scavenger taking a portion and leav ing tho remainder alongside of tho container. It Is believed that only un licensed Bcnvcngers arc responsible for tho complaints. An exhibition of Chicago's transpor tation problem will be held under tho auspices of tho City Club of Chicago from May 2.1 to Juno 8 on tho three upper floors of tho clubhouse. It will show transportation by foot, on wheel, by boat, through pipes or tubes and over, wires. This Is said to bo tho first attempt by any city In tho world to hold n special exhibition on tho sub ject of city transportation for tho pur pose of discovering tho good nnd bad principles of transportation and com munication In n great city. Why aro the olovated platforms lit tered up with weighing machines and gum machines that are Invariably out of order? Following aro tho standing com mlttecs of tho city council: Flnanco Rlchert, chairman: Hard ing, Emerson, Reading, Cormak, Law- ROSS C. HALL LAWYER 1203 Aahlaad Blook CHICAGO TtUpboaa Ctatral Ml I Spencer Ward LAWYER Rector Building; Clark and Monroe Street CHICAGO Telephone Central 4SSI The Factory is the Place to Buy FURS Every Description Fur Repairing and Remodeling at Most Reasonable Prices GEORGE W. PAULLIN Fourth Floor Stewart Bldtf. Fourth Floor N. W. Corner State and Washington St. ley, Dellfuss, Sltts, Egan, Krumholz, Llpps, Wilson, Twlgg, Kearns, Ryan (31) Dcm., 9; Rep., C. Local transportation Dlock, chair man; Rlchert, Carr, Long, Schultz, Clancy, Healy, Stewart, Capltaln, Llpps, Hyldahl, Twlgg, Dorgor, Flan or, Donahoo Dem., 9; Rep., C. Harbors, wharves and bridges Lit tler, chairman; Kcnna, Ryan (4), Long, Nance, Czckala, Rrennan, del ger, Unulor, Hey, Thomson, Emerson, Holding, Hazcn, Ryan (31) Dem., 9; Rep., C. das, oil and electric light Cormak, chairman; Dcllfus, Hey, Ryan (4), Sltts, Haderlcln, Long, Walkowlak, Twlgg, Ulock, Stewart, JanovBky, Vavrlcek, Bowler, Kearns, Dem., 9; Rep., C. Local Industries Fisher, chairman; Schultz, Krumholz, Mayor, McDon ald, Pretzel, Carr, Lnwlcy, Wilson, Klaus, Sltts, McDcrmott, Cullcrton, Sclmcffer, Uorgcn Dem., 11; Rep., 4. Judiciary legislation, elections nnd rules Donahoo, chairman; Utpntol, KJollandor, Hazcn, Mayer, Walko wlak, Capltaln, Tomnn, Holwlg, Pow ers, Hyldahl, Bowersdorf, Pltto, Mc Incrney, Ahearn, Hauler, Holding Dcm., 12; Rep., 5. Streets, alleys, taxation, street nomenclature Healy, chairman; Mc Donald, Pretzel, Kcnna, Utpatcl, Mc Dcrmott, Egan, Kunz, Swift, Cross, Hey, Holding, Klaus, Haderlcln, To man. Dem., 10; Rep., 5. License Ryan (34), chairman; Ccrmak, Burns, Norrls, Aucrn, Krum holz, Tcarney, Utpatcl, Janovsky, Cross, Bowler, Ryan (I), Vavrlcek, Pltto, Bradshaw. Dora., 10; Rep., 5. Buildings and city hall Thomson, chairman; Klaus, Coughlln, Bowers dorf, KJollandor, Tcarnoy, Carr, Clancy, Llpps, Holwlg, Walkowlak, L'ttlcr, Swift, Powers, Hyldahl. Dem., 10; Rep., 5. Schools, fire, police, civil service Gelger, chairman; Martin, Czokala, Toman, Kenna, Holwlg, Burns, Hard ing, Block, Mayer, Vavrlcek, Mclnor noy, Rlchert, Bowersdorf, Bradshaw. Dcm., 11; Rep., 4. Health Nance, chairman; Cullor ton, Coughlln, Ahearn, Schaefer, Nor rls, Lawloy, Pretzel, McDormott, Tearncy, Kunz, Mclncrncy, Martin Brcnnan, Bradshaw. Dem., 10; Rep., G. Water Wilson, chairman; Kunz, Burns, Coughlln, Brennau, Schaeffor, Norrls, Powers, Thomson, KJollandor, Egan, Llttlor, Cross, Stewart, Swift Doni., 8; Rep., 7. Special park commission Aid. Boll fuss, chairman; Aldormcn Harding;, Schultz, Capltaln, Bergen, Hazen, Cullcrton, II a d o r I o i n, McDonald, Clancy and Martin; Oscar F. Mayer, Peter S. Goodman, Jens Jensen, F. A. Llndstrand, Samuel J. Rosenblatt, Cy ril Plain, Qeorgo Landau, Paul Drzy malskl, tho Rov. Julius Rappaport, Charles II. Richter, Charles Bock, Francis, T. Simmons, Joseph Donnors bcrger, ' William Kolncck, James B. McFntrlch, Frank P. Danlsch. Bathing beaches Aid. Long, chair man; Gelger, Pltto, Healy, Bowlor. Compensation Aid. Rending, chair man; Ryan (34), Bollfuss, Llpps, Harding, Krumholz. Track elovntion Aid. Janovsky. (chairmuu; Fisher, Emerson, Kearns, Rending, Donahoo, Bnulor, Nance, Czokala. r - CUytoa C. Crtru Oeo. M. SUvtni Crafti & Stevens Attorneys and Counselors at Law Rema 917, 018 and 010 STOCK EXCHANGE BLDO. Ttltphone Main 167 Frank II. Novak Charles W. Novak NOVAK & NOVAK Attorneys at Liw Suite 408, 69 W. Washington St. Phone Central 5550 709 W. Itlth St.. Wetl Pullman Phone W. 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