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THE CHICAGO EAGLE 5fcW , M fc . fc.'" POLITICAL TALK Hurd from ths Various Camps During ths Wtsk About Mm Prominent in PolMct.. What the Leaderi Are Doing and Whet People Have to Say About Them. The .recount of votes,' cast In the Third ward at the recent aldermantc election was finished Monday after noon. It ahowed that Alderman Mayer received 5,000 votes, against 6,038 for the contestant, Joel F. Longenecker, Chicago needs better street lamps, -especially better electric street lamps, more than it does numbered avenues on the North and Northwest Bides. That fad artist, the City Forester, advocates the planting of fruit trees on street "parkways." Aside from the fact that fruit trees are too small to give shade an additional reason fof planting them would be the trouble fruit thieves would give property owners. Andrew J. Ryan, the well-known lawyer and former city attorney, etanda high In the estimation of all Ohleagoans both as a lawyer and aa a citizen. By bis fine record as judge of the Municipal court, Harry P. Dolan Is living up to the expectations of all his friends. People who have bees helping the telephone company to pay eight per cent atock dividend and to erect twenty story buildings want telephone rates reduced. Thla Is a good year to Infuse new blood Into the Municipal Court Judge Charles A. Williams is mak ing a fine record on the Municipal Professional Cards TCUCFHONK RANDOLPH tMS IRWIN R. HAZEN Attorney at Law MM Tltla and Truat BuUdlne CHICAGO Goodrich, Vincent ft Bradley aUemwywa JeP.Rlcholioii ATTOtfWV AT LAW ISN-SR Georee-Edward Johnstons ATTORNEY AT-LAW RECTOR BUILDINO CHICAQO LD. Gondst ATTORNEY and ttUNSCLOR at uw t5flE, SBBBBBBBBnSBBVPBBSBBSMV BSSSSSSSSKlliBBBSSSSL -'iS BBBBBBBBBBSBx aBKSBHBBBBBBBBBMM' BBBBBBBHBBHBHBBBBBBVTgBBA BnBnBBEkusHaBns i hSSs. 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Hamilton Lewis ATTORNEY an4 COUNSELLOR CfMMercM NatNMl laik Mfe FnacitM.Uwaa UnyRkbwa Phone Central 31S Lowes & Richards Attorneys at Law 127 N. Dearbora, St CHICAGO C. E. CRUIKSHANK Attorney at Law St 15, 12 USalli Strut CKICAII TILI'HONI IS7S MAIN Telephone Central 61B Asa G. Adams LAWYER 76 Wstt Monro Street CHICAGO Jsltos F, SbMu-i ATTORNEY. AT. LAW 120 L luMpI Hnti IVANS. Congress, Ninth District. dolph Olesner, the well-known Import ers of beer, and he can well feel proud of the dally increasing success of his business. I William I O'Connell is making one of the best County Treasurer Cook County has ever had. He Is an able, conscientious and energetlo publlo official. Judge Thomas C. Clark Is making the fine record on the bench that all his friends predicted he would make. David Sullivan should be elected Municipal Judge. His long and clean record well fits him for a seat on the bonch. Clayton E. Crafts, tho well-known attorney, has at all times a big army PftOratMONAi. CARD William D. Munhall ATTORNEY AT LAW 1616 Ashland Block Clark and Randolph Sit. CHICAGO Telephone Randolph 3328 S. C. HERREN ATT0RI1ET.AT.LAW aa Fleer, Ashland Block CHICAGO central mm LOUIS LEVY Aiterisy it Lew E. RAYMOND WILLIAMS LAWYER First National Bank Building TOlOp HB CHARLES WERNO, JTtteMiy tt It ftUtaStMmt fitt-jfcstnui.' Cea :oa HURT ft. JMPOW ITTOBNEYaTUW ISIS, 184 Monroe of friends and admirers In Chicago who wish him well In everything he undertakes. Alderman Loll fuss was a very pop ular man until he adoptedv tho City Forester fad and was accused of tak ing the control of shade trees and street lawns away from people who planted them. The result is that the public Is after him, good and strong. He ran for City Treasurer and was beaten by 20,000 majority. Then he ran again for alderman In a ward where he was supposed to have a walk away and barely scooped In by a few hundred votes. The people have learned that he Is not Invincible and will beat Bellfuss and his fad before they get through. Forbidding poor peddlers to cry their wares and yet permitting roller skating and motorcycling in the streets Is a fine method of stopping the noise. No graft in peddlers. Robert R. Jampolls, tne well known and highly respected attorney, would servo the people well on tho bench. Among Chicago's loading lawyers and citizens no name stands higher In tho estimation of tho people than that of William D. Munhall. Congressman Lynden Evans should have an easier time being re-elected than he had being renominated. The Demoeratlo voters are united on his candidacy, and he will receive thou sands of Republican and Independent votes. He has made good and the people are with him. The telephone trust must go. The election of William E. Mason aa congressman-at-Iarge Is desired by all good cltltens. 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Badges ana Buttons, Muslin and Oilcloth Signs 153 North Lm Salle Street, States Senator along with his long and honorable career commends his candi dacy to all honest voters. Vote for David Sullivan for Munici pal Judge. Henry J. Kolze, the popular former county commissioner, Is talked of by many of his friends for the Republican nomination for city clerk next spring. If there is one man who Is fitted to represent Illinois In the United States Senate that man Is Col. James Hamil ton Lewis. With a united Democracy behind him, the wish of every one of his big army of admirers Is that enough Democratic legislators will be elected to place him where he belongs. William Kolacek, the popular presi dent of the west park board, is the choice of thousands of Republican for city treasurer next year. The telephone company may have silenced some of the kicks about tick tick phones, but the people are not satisfied and demand lower rates. John A. Mahoney Is a winner for Municipal judge. Benjamin M. Mitchell will be re elected to the legislature In the Twenty-first district by a bigger plurality than ho ever received before. Congressman Thomas Gallagher ex pects llttlo trouble In being re-elected In the Eighth district. Aldermen who get $3,000 a year ought to earn tho money and do some thing for the public. How hard some of the aldermen work for the telephone company I It Is simply wonderful. PROPISSIONAU OAI x.i.k... (Main 1913 . Telephones Au(omatlc JMJ7 Morton T. Culver Attorney at Law 829831 Stock Exchange Building CHICAGO Residence, ulencoe, Id. Girard A. Ellingion LAWYER INI He.e liiiraace BUg. CHICAGO Telepkeae 2110 Raadelpk ARTHUR W. FULTON Lawyer 9bbbbbbbbbbbbbVbibbbbbbbbbbbbbhbbbW 1103 ASHLAND BLOCK Residence 3343 Monroe Street CHICAGO Teteahene: Office, Central 4368 Residence, Keazle 6480 , Chicago, 111. MUNICIPAL NEWS Some Items of Interest From the Public Offices About Occur rences of the Week. Milk dealers and producers ap peared In force Monday afternoon be fore a subcommittee of tho council committee on health to register pro tests against tho proposed puro milk ordinance for tho city. Health Com missioner Young, In tho ensuing dis cussion, defended tho terms of tho measure. The lako shore reclamation com mission adopted resolutions recom mending to tho city council that a mu nicipal bathing beach bo established In the vicinity of Clarendon avonuo and tho lake. It Is proposed to build a double-deck bathhouso and to ac quire 775 feet of lako frontage Tne commission has been authorized to spend 250,000 in establishing public bathing beaches and this is tho first recommendation that It nas mado this year. Dr. A. R. Reynolds, representing tho Chicago Association of Commerce, ap peared at a meeting of tho judiciary committee of the city council and de clared that tho association was in favor of an ordinance for tho regula tion of cold storage warehouses. Ho also asserted that tho association was preparing a report on tho question and asked that the committee take no further action until tho report Is finished. The matter was deferred. The finance commltteo of tho city council recommended that physicians In tho employ of tho health depart ment be given frco automobllo li censes. The commltteo also recom mended for passago an ordlnanco al lowing all city employes, except skilled laborers, vacation of fifteen days each year. Skilled laborers aro allowed cloven days' vacation. Tho measure also provides a sick Icavo of fifteen days bo allowed all employes, except tho skilled laborers, tiro and police men. Dr. B. E. Sherman, who for several months has been acting head of tho city's bureau of food inspection, has been certified by tho Civil Servlco Commission as head of that branch of tho health department. Somo weeks ago Dr. Sherman and others took an examination and Dr. Sherman was the successful contes tant, standing nearly ten points ahead of anyone elso who took tho tost. His tltlo Is chief food Inspector, which was formerly held by Dr. Benjamin Perry, who resigned from the department less than a year ago. Tho Chicago and Suburban Traction company, a now corporation, wants to circle Chicago with an Intcrurban traction system. An ordinance grant ing tho corporation franchlso to ope rate on 237 sections of Cook county highways, covering nlncty-ono miles, was submitted to tho county board. Tho ordlnanco was referred to tho judiciary commltteo. Following aro tho standing com mittees of tho city council: Finance Rlchert, chairman; Hard ing, Emerson, Reading, Cormak, Law- ROSS G. HALL LAWYER IS03 Ashland Block CHICAGO TaUtbont Caatrsl Ml Spencer Ward LAWYER Rector Building" Clark and Monroe Streets CHICAGO Telaphane Central 45 81 The Factory is the Place to Buy FURS OF Every Description Fur Repairing and Remodeling at Most Reasonable Prices GEORGE W. PAULLIN Fourth Floor Stewart Bldd. Fourth Floor N. W. Corner State and Washington St. ley, Bellfuss, Sltts, Egun, Krumhols, Llpps, Wilson, Twigg, Kearns, Ryan (34) Dem., 9; Rep., 6. Local transportation Block, chair man; Rlchert, Carr, Long, SchulU, Clancy, Healy, Stewart, Capltaln, Llpps, Hyldahl, Twigg, Berger, Flab." cr, Donahoe Dem., 9; Rep., C. Harbors, wharves and bridges Lit tler, chairman; Kenna, Ryan (4) Long, Nance, Czekala, Brcnnan, del gcr, Bauler, Hey, Thomson, Emerson, Holding, Hazen, Ryan (34) Dem., 9; Rep., G. Qas, oil and electric light Cermak, chairman; Bellfus, Hey, Ryan (4), Sltts, Haderleln, Long, Walkowlak, Twigg, Block, Stowart, Janovsky, Vavrlcck, Bowler, Kearns, Dem., 9; Rep., C. Local Industries Flshor, chairman; Schultz, Krumholz, Mayer, McDon ald, Pretzel, Carr, Lawley, 'Wilson, Klaus, Sltts, McDermott, Cullorton, Schaeffer, Bergen Dem., 11; Rep., 4. Judiciary legislation, elections and rules Donahoe, chairman; Utpatol, Kjellander, Hazen, Mayer, Walko wlak, capltaln, Toman, Helwlg-, Pow ers, Hyldahl, Boweradorf, Pltto, Mo Inerney, Ahearn, Bauler, Holding Dem., 12; Rep., 6. Streets, alleys, taxation, street nomenclature Healy, chairman; Mo Donald, Pretzel, Kenna, Utpatel, Mc Dermott, Egan, Kunz, Swift, Cross, Hey, Holding, Klaus, Haderleln, To man. Dem., 10; Rep., 5. License Ryan (34), chairman; Cermak, Burns, Norrls, Ahem, Krum holz, Tearney, Utpatol, Janovsky, Cross, Bowler, Ryan (4), Vavrlcek, Pltte, Bradshaw. Dem., 10; Rep., 6. Buildings and city hall Thomson, chairman; Klaus, Coughlln, Bowera dorf, Kjellander, Tearney, Carr, Clancy, Llpps, Helwlg-, walkowlak. Littler, Swift, Powers, HyldahL Dem., 10; Rep., 5. Schools, flro, police, civil service Qelger, chairman; Martin, Czekala, Toman, Kenna, Helwlg, Burns, Hard ing, Block, Mayor, Vavrlcck, Mclner noy, Rlchert, Bewcrsdorf, Bradshaw. Dem., 11; Rep., 4. Health Nance, chairman; Culler ton, Coughlln, Ahearn, Schaefer, Nor rls, Lawley, Pretzel, McDermott, Tearney, Kunz, Mclncrney, Martin Brennan, Bradshaw. Dem., 10; Rep., 5. Water Wilson, chairman; Kuns, Burns, Coughlln, Brennan, Schaeffer, Norrls, Powers, Thomson, Kjellander, Egan, Littler, Cross, Stewart, Swift Dem., 8; Rep., 7. Special park commission Aid. Bell fuss, chairman; Aldermen Harding', Schultz, Capltaln, Bergen, Hazen, Cullerton, Had or loin, McDonald, Clancy and Martin; Oscar F. Mayer, Peter S. Goodman, Jens Jensen, F. A. Llndstrand, Samuel J. Rosenblatt, Cy ril Fiala, Gcorgo Landau, Paul Dray malskl, tho Rov. Julius Rappaport, Charles H. Rlchter, Charlos Book. Francis T. Simmons, Joseph Donnere berger, William Kolacok, James B. McFatrlch, Frank P. Danlscb. Bathing beaches Aid. Long, chair man; Qelger, Pltte, Healy, Bowler. Compensation Aid. Reading, chair man; Ryan (34), Bollfuss, Llpps, Harding, Krumholz. Track elevation Aid. Janovsky, chairman; Fisher, Emorson, Kearns, Reading, Donahoe, Bauler, Nance, Czekala. Clayton E.Cratta Qio. M. SUvmj Crafts & Stevens Attorneys and Counselors at Law v Heome 817, 818 and OIO STOCK EXCHANGE 1LDO. Talephona Main 167 Frank It. Novak Charlci W.Novak NOVAK & NOVAK Attorneys at Uw Suite 408, 69 W. Washington St. Phorc Central 5550 709 W. 12lh St., West Pullman Phono W. IN 89 CHICAGO II 11 .p Iffifl '.. .H. ,L .V r- i -fa J'yV' gAi 'i'W .'iit"t-xi.-i wA&tiaii. 4j4fr A