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$hc Chicago jtacjlc
published em:kv Saturday
An Independent ,cwrp.ipcr, I'carless
and Tru lifttl.
SUBSCRIPTION RUTS S2.C0 PER YEAR
ADDASI1 ALL COUUl'NtCATlOV TO
Sl4 TULTOSJC Ul'iLUI.NU.
Ttlffhonest Main JT 1.1 Auto.Jlol,).
"Ntheast Corner Waililnjlon St. anil 5lli Ate.
HENRY F. DONOVAN, fdltor and PublUhtr
Eitrrrd as Smmd Clan Matter October II,
l. at tho lVst I 'tfice nt (.bituo, ttllnoil, under
ESTABLISHED OCTOBER 5, IS39. ,
Incorporated under the Laws of
tiy Henry F. DonoVan.
CHICAGO, DECEMBER 14, 1912.
The Chicago Telephone Company Is
owned by the American Telephone &
The American Telephone & Tele
graph Company owns tho Western
Union Telegraph Company.
Tho American Telephone & Tele
graph Company owns tho Western
The subsidiary companies nro
forced to patronize tho purent com
pany. Each subsidiary company Is obliged
to patronize the other subsidiary com
panies. Tho subsidiary companies maintain
high prices for each other and the
parent company maintains high prices
In its dealings with its subsidiary
This seems very funny.
But it isn't funny.
Tho wholo system of high prices Is
maintained for book effect, so that
aldermen and others will allow tho tel
ephone company to keep up Its high
Tho wholo schemo Is as transparent
It Is a diabolically contrived method
of skinning tho public and of making
tho public pay high bills.
It is tho best known method of
making tho telephone patron pay tele
phono dividends of eight per cent on
THE TRUST PRE83.
Sorao of tho owners of tho Trust
newspapers of Chicago aro heavy own
ers of Trust Telephone stock.
That is tho reason they use tliolr
columns dally to boost tho Phono
Trust and Its high prices.
Tho pcoplo nro keeping tab on tho
It will hear from them later.
JUDGE H. 8. BOUTELL.
Tho announcement that President
Taft would appoint former Congress
man Henry Sherman Boutoll, of Chi
cago, to tho bench of tho Court of
Claims gavo great satisfaction In this
Judgo Boutell Is on nblo lawyer and
nn honest, upright man, who will dig
nify any position In public ltfe.
ABOLISH THE LANE TECH.
Patrons of tho North Sldo L, as well
nn North Sldo business men, are al
most unanimous In demniiuiug i.ie
Ubi.iiiui u luuiovnl of tho Luno Tech
nical High School, Division and Sedg
If there Is any good at all In this
lnbtuuiion, the good can ho discovered
In some building located on the out
skirts of tho city far better than at
Its present location.
So far as can bo learned, tho only
uso that tho iano Tech sorves today
is to make loafers out of hundreds of
boys who might otherwlso grow to be
ubeful men; to disturb the public
using tho Northwchtern L and to run
down tho neighborhood where tho
"tchool" is located.
Tho taxpayers' monoy Is squandered
on salaries paid to fifty-five men who
teach tho boys a smattering of some
Tho boys, as a rule, regard tho
"Echool" as a huge Joke.
A few months at the "school" usu
ally unsettles the majority of lads sent
Hardly a week paspes that the pas
senger trains of tho Northwestern U
are not Interfered with In some violent
manner by tho Lane Toeh hoodlums.
If tho city must give employment to
a lot of non-union males who aro draw
ing big salaries for teaching hoys
"trades," lot It give them tho John
Worthy school to practice In, or bulid
an Institution where tho peaco of tho
community and tho value of property
will not bo Injured by Its proximity.
State's Attornoy Maclay Hoyne,
acting upon tho complaint that assist
ant state's attornoys appear in court
unprepared for trial In their cases,
EDITORIAL AND PERSONAL NOTES
Pungent Paragraphs on Live Topics, with Some
Comment on the Leading Men of the Day.
Issued nn order In which lie said that
it remedy must be enforced. Tho
state's attorney, In his order to all tho
assistants, also declared that tho prac
tice of subpoenaing policemen to the
Criminal Court building when tho
cnFos In which they are Interested are
to bo continued must cease.
Is the city hall plumbing given out
by contract or lsTlt n pay roll Job7
It Is too fat a thing to escapo notice
Jacob Llndhclmcr. nsslstnnt flltv
Treasurer, Is much talkou of by Demo
crats for City Treasurer.
Tho Illinois Manufacturers' Asso
ciation held Its annual banquet Tues
day night at the Hotel La Sallu. Over
BOO membors of tho organization at
tended. The election of ofllccra re
sulted In the selection of tho following
for terms of two years:
President Charles Pica, Chicago.
First vice-president II. a. Hcrget,
Second vice-president E. N. Hur
Treasurer S. M. Hastings, Chicago.
Directors (two years) John E.
Wilder, Chicago; John V. Wolff, Chi
cago; Emllo J. Rose, Chicago; William
Butterworth, Mollno; W. C. Thrasher,
East St. Louis; W. W. Buchanan, Chi
cago. Col. George Harvey, of' Now
York, mndo tho chief address at the
Who Id the chief beneficiary of the
plumbing graft In tho city hall?
Tho Jefferson Club will hold Its first
annual entertainment and dnnco at
their club house, comor Dearborn
avenue and Mnplo street, next Thurs
day, December 19. Tho Jefferson
Club is n red hot Democratic organi
zation, and it can be depended upon
to givo nn affair that wilt bo par excel
lence. The olllcers of this big club aro
as follows: Joseph P. .Mnhoney, presi
dent; James j. TownsenU, vice-president;
John Mcatllon, second vice
president; John M. O'Connor, record
ing secretary; John J. Berrlmnn,
financial secretary; Thomas J. O'Hnrc,
Georgo Kcegan of tho Twenty-fourth
ward was one of Clerk of tho Munici
pal Court Danlsch's first appoint
ments. Kccgnn Is a staunch friend of
Georgo McIIalo, ono of tho Democratic
leaders In tho Twenty-fourth ward.
Judgo Harry P Dolan Is making tho
flno record on tho Municipal Court
bench that everyone of his big army
of friends know ho would make.
Corporation Counsel Sexton has an
nounced a saving of $0,000 in his of
fice. Ho has dono away with ono
position, having that amount, by his
changes made slnco tho departuro of
Maclay Hoyno. John V. Bcckwith,
who becamo first assistant to Mr. Sex
ton, will bo given a salary of $7,000,
whllo Mr. Hoyno drow $7,800. Bryan
W. Craig will receive $0,500, and tho
next position, which drow $0,000, will
bo dropped from tho list.
Lyndon Evans, wIiobo brilliant rec
ord in Congress has retlccted credit
upon himself and upon tho Democratic
party, is much talked of for n sent on
tho Federal bench.
In Judgo Joseph '-. Uhllr tho pcoplo
have on tho Municipal Court bench oai
nble, honest and conscientious man.
Frank S. Hyun, doputy county
comptroller, hns recommended to
President AlcCormlck, of tho County
Uoaid, that one of tho assistant county
attorneys bo delegated to "kcop an eye
on" tho coming session of- tho Legis
lature. Ho said the last assembly
passed laws which havo proved expen
sive to tho county treasury. Two of
these, ho said, uero tho mothors' pon
slon act and tho law providing assist
ance to juvonllo homes. Rynu points
out that tho pensioning of poor
mothers will cost the county $SO,000
this year, and expresses the fear that
tho flguro will go to $200,000 noxt
year. Tho law aiding Industrial schools
was passed without export advice on
tho subject from representatives of
tho county, according to Ryan.
Albert J. Hopkins' appointment to
tho vacancy In tho United States Son
n f i Illinois Is urged by nil fair
M. .1. Fahorty would mako an excel
lent City Treasuror.
Tho Clark Street Business Men's
Association was organized at tho
Hotel Sherman to secure bettor light
ing and business publicity for tho
street. These odlcera woro elected:
President Nelson N. Lamport; vice
president, Hnrry II. C. Molr; secre
tary, E. H. Wood; treusuror, John E.
County Judgo John E. Owens' clean
and honest administration of affairs
in tho County Court has gained for
him tho admiration of till Chlcagoans.
Corporation Counsel Sexton an
nounced tho appointment of Z. H.
Kadow, 1419 North Paulina street, as
assistant prosecuting attornoy at $2,
000 a year, to succeed John Prystal
ski, resigned to take a position In
State's Attorney Hoynes' office;
Frank J. Calupny, 1908 Cuylor avo
nuo, to succeed Albert J. W. Appoll
as assistant prosecuting attornoy at
a salary of S2.000 a year. Mr. Ap-
I pell becoming chief assistant prose
cuting attorney, and Arthur Haggeu
Jo4, 2139 Addison street, to succeed
Et nest Lnngtry ns assistant prosecut
ing attorney nt $2,000 n year, Mr.
Lnngtry going to tho Stato's Attor
Peter M. lloffmnn'H great victory for
re-election as Coroner has started n
full-fledged boom for him for Mnyor
of Chicago In 1915.
Tho West Park Board on Tuesday
appropriated $25,000 for a now play
ground and natatorlum in tho south
end of Humboldt Park, which Secre
tary Georgo A. Mugler said will be
one of the best In Chicago.
. City Comptroller John E. Traeger
announced that ho would arrange to
pay approximately 20,000 employes
whoso pay days fall a few days after
Christmas beforo tho holiday. The
same arrangement was made to pay
pollco und firemen beforo Thanksgiv
ing. Tile payment to bo made will
be about $1,750,00.
William Elsfeldt la being urged by
Twenjy-fourth ward Republicans to
run for Alderman next spring. Mr.
Elsfeldt servcu In tho City Council be
foro und Is known from one end of
the ward to Uo otnor.
Talk of Judgo Edward Osgood
Brown for Attorney General In Presi
dent Wilson's cabinet continues 'to
Judgo Gcmmlll of the Municipal
Court was notified on Monday of his
election to tho presidency of tho Illi
nois branch of tho American Insti
tute of Criminology. Tho election
was by tho unanimous ballot of tho
executive council. Ho Is to take tho
placo of Judgo Orrln N. Carter, who
was recently elected prosldent of tho
Among Cnicngo's leading financiers
and business men no man Btnuds high
er In tho estimation of tho people than
Albert G. Wheeler.
Judgo John It. Cavcrly is dally add
ing to his popularity In Chicago by
tho splendid record, ho Is making on
tho Municipal Court bench.
Half n million books wcro circu
lated by tho Chicago public llbrdry
last month, according to the report
of tho librarian, Henry E. Lcglcri at
tho' semi-monthly meeting of tho lib
rary directors Monday night. Re
ports of branch reading rooms
showed an Increased demand for fic
tion, although tho general record was
for fewer works of this kind than in
tho month previous.
At tho monthly membors' meeting
of tho Cook County Real Estato
Board Tuesday afternoon tho report
on subways.by tho board's transporta
tion committee, which opposes sub
ways In every form, was unanimously
adopted without an amondment.
Tho best placo In Chicago to buy
diamonds is at Tom N. Donnelly's, 24
North Dearborn Btrcct.
Surveys of a land belonging to tho
city and held by railroads or othor
corporations woro recommended by
tho City Council Commlttco on Local
Industries at its meeting Tuesday.
Tho commlttco recommended for pas
sago nn ordlnanco vacating a strip of
land along tho Illinois Central tracks
between Ono Hundred- and Twenty
seventh and Ono Hundredth and Thir
tieth streets, and dedicated another
strip for a roadway which tho rallrpad
company agrees to pavo with mac
Both aB a lawyer and a citizen James
S. Hopkins Is liked and icspected by
nil who come In contact with him.
Sixty-nine positions wcro lopped off
tho pay rolls by tho Circuit Court
Judgo, and tin equal number of em
ployes will bo compelled to step out
unless soma means of retaining them
Is devised by the heads of tho de
The recommendations mndo and
adopted at a meeting of tho Judges
Monday afternoon nro tho outcomo ot
nearly a yenr's Investigation, Tho
judges failed to comply with tho ro
commendations of tho Public Effi
ciency Bureau last year bocauso they
received tho report in which tho ro
commendations wero Included too
late. But they Immediately began an
Investigation of these recommenda
tions, nnd, whorover It wns found ad
visable, followed them In this year's
Construction of tho now Jackson
boulova.d briugo came ono stop nearer
Tucbday when tho council harbors,
wharfs and bridges commlttoe recom
mended for pnsBugo tho ordlnanco pre
pared by tho law department carry
ing an ugreoment for Its construction
made by tho sanitary district, the
Pennsylvania Railroad Company and
tho city. Tho former two havo al
ready upproved tho contract and tho
approval by tho city makes tho bar
Tho Telophono Trust will bo fought
by tho people until It ceases to be a
monopoly and until its charges aro
as reasonable ob tho government it
self would charge for similar public
Peoplo' who Imagine that tho pass
ing of an ordlnanco by tho City Coun-1
ell will do away with a public demand
for better conditions nnd lower rates
in tho telephone service nro mistaken.
Tho tclcphono is a necessity to tho
people and no one knows this better
than the monopoly which control. It.
Tho purchase of nowBpnpcrs or tho
puichnso of public officials will not
help tho caiiBo of monopoly.
Tho newspapers which support mo
nopoly havo lost their Influence with
tho public, which Is Intelligent and
possessed of a good memory.
Public ofllclnls who glvo away tho
people's rights or show favors to tho
telephone monopoly will not bo for
gotten. On tho contrary, thoy will bo prop
erly branded and will bo retired to
Tho peoplo are In no frame of mind
to be trilled with. They nro showing
this every day and nt every election,
Tho man who soils them out to n
trust may win tho approbation of
somo mllllonnlrc-owncd dally paper,
but tho common citizen, who Is In
milted, neglected nnd overcharged by
tho tclcphono service, will not forgot.
Thcro Is ono thing that tho average
voter has a knlfo up his slcovo for.
That thing Is tho public official who
favors tho Tclcphono Trust.
From n learned "Expert's" reports
to the City Council wo learn that:
Telephone rates should bo raised
because tho Bell Tclcphono Company
owns tho -local telephone company.
Because tho Western Electrical
Compnny Is nleo owned by the Bell
Because the local tclcphono com
pany Is obliged to buy all of its equip
ment and nccesarles from tho West
ern Electrical Compnny.
Because neither tho Wcstorn Elec
trical Compnny or tho local telephone
company would havo big enough prof
Its to suit tho Bell Telophono, which
owns them, if Chicago pcoplo were
not pressed for n little more coin and,
their tclcphono rates raised.
Bccauso tho local' tolephono com
pnny has Increased Its capital stock
irom the original $500,000 to $27,000,
000 and $5,COU,000 moro In bonds.
Bccauso tho stockholders would not
get big enough dividends on this Im
mense stock Issue if the pcoplo of Chi
cago wcro not squeezed.
Thercforo the telephone compnny
hns tho ncrvo to ask tho City Council
to rnlso tho rates on tho people of
Tho pcoplo of Chicago are to be
used ns serfs by tho Telophono Mon
opoly and tho last drop Is to be
squeezed out of them.
In tho meantime it would be well
for the aldermen to inquire Into the
alleged relations, In the past, of cer
tain city officials with the above elec
trical company, the twin of the local
telephone company, both being owned
by the Bell Monopoly.
Tho telophone gang want the coun
cil to raise the rates on all phones.
To abolish all fiat phones and make
everybody take measured service.
To put a nickel in every phone be
foro connection Is made.
Firo Marshal Seyferllch asserted
thnt as practically one-half of the Are
and pollco alarms are received by tele
phone, he did not favor the general
Installation of tho "pay-ln-advance"
typo of telephone instrument now be
ing placed in various parts of the city
by tho tclcphono company.
Tho Chicago Telephone Company,
which Is suffering so much from
want of funds, according to certain
city "oxpoits" that It will have to
raise telophone rates on tho people
In order to oxlst, paid 8 per cent in
dividends last year.
Think of It!
Eight por cent on twenty-seven Mil
This Is the company thnt started
with a capital stock of half a million
and now has a capital stock ot twenty-seven
It pays s per cent annual dividend
on. twenty-seven millions and puts up
a 'twenty-two story modern office
Tho pcoplo of Chicago are such
easy marks that tho phone crowd want
to get moro out of them and asks for
in Increnso in rates at tho bands of
tho City Council.
And two "experts" agree that this
"poor" company Is losing money!
In 1911 the Chicago Telephone Com
pany paid 8 per cent In quartorly divi
dends of 2 per cent March 31, 2 per
cent, Juno 30; 2 per cent, Soptember
.10; 2 por cent, December 30, 1911.
Here Is a nice little nest egg of
$2,100,000 divided up among tho stock
holders. When to this Is added the profit
pnld tho "parent" Boll Telephone
Company, tho amount grabbed off the
people of Chicago Ib simply enormous.
InBtead of raising telephone rates,
the City Council should lower them.
John J. Gcraghty, head of tho An
cient Order of HlbcrnlaiiB and well
known manufacturer ot badges and
buttons would mako a flno city treas
urer. Tho Telephone Tiust in order to
throw .dust In the eyes of tho public
has announced that It has set nsldo
ton mlllloiiB for pensions to its em
ployes In all the companies that It
If the Telophone Trust can afford
to dlvido ten millions ot dollars as
pensions to its employes after paying
eight por cent dividends to Its stock
holders, then the city council ought
to bo convinced that It can start a
big reduction In tolephono rates.
All ot theso millions como out of
tho pockets of the pcoplo and the
victims of a monopoly aro not apt to
feel tbelr burdons lightened by honied
talk about pensions for employes,
Tho people demand rellof from the
They will keep on demanding re
llof until they get It.
Tho head of tho principal part ot
tho Chicago end of tho trust is quoted
in a dully paper as saying:
"Tho llvo Bell Telephono Com
panies, with headquarters in Chicago
tho Chicago Telephone Company,
Central Union Tolephono Compnny,
the Cleveland Telephono Company,
Michigan Stato Telephono Company
nnd Wisconsin Telephone Compnny
will adopt tho pension, disability ben
efits and insuranco plan In behalf of
"Tho .approxlmato number of em
ployes In the llvo companies operat
ing In the llvo states of Illinois, Wis
consin; Indiana, Michigan and Ohio, is
Tho trust claims to have over 300,
00U customers in Chicago alone.
Why doesn't It do something for
Peoplo will keep on asking why.
A cent a call or at tho most 2ft
cents n call would yield the telephone
company a profit and save money for
In big advertisements printed In
Chicago dnlly newspnpors April In,
1912, the concern offering $14,000,000
of telephone bonds for sale, quotes a
letter from the president of the com
pany In which It la stated that tele
phone "Earnings havo shown a steady nnd
HUbstnntlal growth, having Increased
from $3,129,238 In 1900 to $12,078,
390.57 In 1911, or nn Increase of over
300 per cent In the pnst eleven years."
Why not give the public the benefit
of this prosperity?
Tho Telephono Trust should bo dis
solved. rV OFFICE8 NEW CITV HALL.
"rvnth floor. South end.
. Board of Election Commissioners.
Third floor. South cud.
Charles 11. Kellermau.
Howard S. Taylor.
William II. Stuart, chief clerk.
Charles 11. Mitchell, attorney.
Board of Examiners.
Motor, vehlclo opcratcis, 10th floor.
Moving picture operators, 10th' floor.
Plumbers, 10th floor. North end.
Stationary engineers, 10th floor.
Board ot Inspectors of public ve
hicles, 3d floor. North end.
Board of Local Improvements.
General olllcos, 2d floor. South end.
Public hearing rooms, 1st floor.
Law department, 2d floor. South
Sixth floor. South end.
Seventh floor. North end.
Fourth floor. North end.
Vault floor. North end.
Sixth floor. North end.
First floor. South end.
First floor. 8outh end.
Genernl office, 5th floor. North end.
Auditor, 5th floor. North ond.
Paymaster. 5th floor. North end.
Real estate agent, 6th floor. North
Council chamber, 2d floor. North
General committee-rooms, 2d floor.
Commute on finance, 2d floor. North
Commlttco on local transportation.
Special park commission, 10th floor.
Sixth floor. Center.
Superintendent, 3d floor. North end.
Chief janitor, 3d floor. North end.
Vault floor. South end.
Tenth floor. North end.
Second floor. Center.
Civil Service Commission.
Genernl ofllcos, Cth floor. South end.
Examlnlng-room, 10th floor. Center.
Bureau of Compensation,
Vault floor. South end.
Fifth floor. South ond.
Bureau of Engineering (City En
gineer). Fourth floor. North end.
Department of Electricity.
Sixth floor. Center,
Second floor. North end. ,
Fire marshal, 1st floor. North end.
Fire alarm telegraph, Cth floor. Cen
ter. Firemen's pension fund, secretary
of board of trustees (city clerk), 1st
floor. South end.
Bureau of Gas Inspection.
Vault floor. , South end.
Inspector of Oils.
Tenth floor, South end.
Fourth floor. North end,
Department of Health.
Commissioner of health, 7th floor.
Bureau of food inspection, 7th floor.
Bureau of sanitary Inspection, 7tb
Bureau of contagious diseases, 7th
Bureau of vital statistics, 7th floor.
Department of Law,
Corporation counsel, 6th floor.
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Popular Western Representative of August Luchow.
City1 attorney, Cth floor. North end.
Prosecuting attorney, tith floor.
Specinl assessment attorney, 2d
floor. South end.
Local Transportation Committee.
Th'lrd floor. North end.
Local Transportation (Traction Ex
pert). Third floor. North end.
Bureau of Maps and Plats.
Fourth floor. North end,
Secretary and Treasurer
Firth floor. Center.
Municipal Court New City Hall.
Courtrooms, 8th, 9th and 11th floors.
Meotlnc hours for City Council com
mittees are aB follows:
Monday Streets and alleys, 2
o'clock; buildings, 3:30 o'clock.
Tuesday Schools nnd pollco, 11
o'clock; hnrbois, wharves nnd bildges,
2 o'clock; local Industries, 2 o'clock,
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slon, 10:30 o'clock; health, 2 o'clock;
local transportation, 2 o'clock; track
elevation, 3:30 o'clock.
Thursdny Ons. oil nnd 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 commlttoo named tho fol
Street Car Servlco Complaint
of the Brand Brewing Co.
Northwest Sldo Twlgg, Hyldabl,
Clancy. North Side Capltaln, Llpps.
Southwest Side Schultz, Donahoe,
Stownit. South Sldo Flshor, Bergen,
Commlttoo on Wilmctto Extension
of the Northwestern Elovated Rail
road Block, Twlgg, Schultz, Fisher,
Through Routes Block, Llpps,
Committee to Keep In Touch With
tho Elovated Road's Valuation Com
missionBlock, Rlchort, Llpps, Long.
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