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rsj - ?V ! V,? V v TH EI CH ICAG O EAOLt JWV Reduce Your Cost of Living THE FAIR is the reliable store that keeps up the quality of Its merchandise no matter how low it cuts the prices. GROCERIES, MEATS AND FISH Athletic Ooods Automobile Supplies Boatt and Launches Bicycles Dry Ooods Business Stationary de-thing Cutlery Cigars and Tobacco Killing Tackle Red and Reels On, Revolvers Ammunition a teres Oelf Coodi Harness and Saddles THE Stt,A4aaSD4rkomSU. Phons Eutuna J MaU Oretft PIMM Chicago Established 1875 by'B. J. Lehmann POLITICAL TALK tard from tht Various Camps During the Week About Men Prominent in Politics. rVhat the Leaders Are Doing and What People Have to Say About Them. City Clerk Francis I). Conncry led his ticket, rolling up the tremendous 'plurality of 75,91-1. Ho nlso obtained a majority of (5,031 over his oppon ents. ' The City- Clerk carried every ward In the city except the Second, which went for William F. Peters, his Re publican antagonist, by a small plur ality. Peters polled a total of f6, J52 votes. Joel F. I.ongenecker, Pro gressive, was third with 44,840 votes, and Howe, the Socialist, last with 24, 143. One feature of Tuesday's election caused considerable comment. The shelf of every booth entered by a voter was covered with cards tell ing him to vote "yes" on the bond Issue. This Bort of electioneering is contrary to law, and It Is easy to boo how It can lead to great abuses. i Four minute clerks In the Superior Court wero replaced Tuesday by ap pointees of the Democratic adminls tratlon. James It. Collins, William Durgstcdt, Charles Eldman and Wll Ham J. Cameron, Republicans, were dismissed nnd their places filled by B. F. Llndhelmer, William C. Oehlscn, Carl Scovlll and Joseph Morrison. "No more will be displaced for some time," said Richard J.'McGratu, clerk of the Superior Court. "I don't In tend to fill the oftlces unless I am sure that the appointees will bo as elllclent as the Republicans who re signed." Now that they havo ruined Chi cago streets by passing the $lty for ester law which prohibits citizens from caring for their own trees and forces them to pay for a city license for trimming them, the faddists want to take nway the street names. Tho Daily News wisely says: Without wasting words, the Chicago HIstorial society has given a convinc ing answer to feverish geniuses who persistently seek to rename tho streets of Chicago according to some amazing system of their own. 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Hardware and Tools Hata and Caps Incubators and Brooders Jewelry and Silverware Neckwear Nets and Seines Offices Supplies Pipes and Smokers' Articles Shirts, Collars and Cuffs Sporting doods Tents and Awnings Trunks and Suit Cases Umbrellas Underwear Watches FAIR not ndvisabie, first, because of the historic significance of tho present names; second, because tho changes would add an clement of confusion to street naming that does not now exist and, third, because it Is unnecessary. True. Changing street names main ly for tho sake of change that, after all, 'seems to bo the chief motlvo of the ambitious nume changers would be foolish or mlschlovous or both. Get rid of confusing duplications of street names, and link short streets together by a single npproprlato name wherever that Is practicable, but spare this community tho infliction of any body's alleged perfect system of street nomenclature. As County Judge, John E. Owens is working ably and conscientiously In tho Interests of tho people. Judge John R. Caverly is making a splendid record on tho Municipal Court bench. Ho is the right man in tho right place. STATEMENT OF THE OWNER SHIP, MANAGEMENT, CIRCULA TION, ETC., of Chicago Eagle, pub lished weekly, at Chicago, 1, re quired by the Act of August 24, 1912 Note. This statement Is to bo made In duplicate, both copies to bo delivered by the publisher to the post master, who will send one .copy to tho Third Assistant Postmaster-Gen eral (Division of Classification), Washington, D. C, and retain the other in the files of the post office. Editor, Henry F. Donovan, 900 Web ster avenue, Chicago. f Managing Editor, Henry F. Dono van, 170 W. Washington street, Chi cago. Business Munagcr, John M. Dono van, 179 W. Washington street, Chi cago. Publisher, Chicago Eagle, 179 W. Washington street, Chicago. Owners (It a corporation, give names and addresses of stockholders holding 1 per cent or more of total amount of stock): Henry F. Dono van, 900 Webster nvenue, Chicago; Cornelia E. Donovan, 900 Webstor avonuo, Chicago, Known bondholders, mortgages, and other security holders, holding 1, per cent or more of total nnuiuut of bonds, mortgages or other securi ties: None. Average number of copies of encli lssuo of this publication sold or dis tributed, through the malls or other wise, to paid subscribers during tho six months preceding tho date or this statemont. (This information U re quired from daily newspapers only.) HENRY F. DONOVAN. Sworn to and subscribed beforo me this 2fith day of March, 1913. Seal. A. A. WORSLEY, Notary Public. (My commission expires Sept. 30, 1913.) TURN LEON AMES INTO SPITBALL ARTIST BHsb BaK.ar' "! 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He Is working at it dally, and Wllbert Robinson is so plcused with his progress that he wants to confine himself entirely to the spltter except for an occasional change In pace. This new move by McGraw Is In teresting, In view of the fact that un til Dugs Raymond joined the Giants "Mc" had always been opposed to tho spltter and never permitted his JACK RYAN WITH GREEN BAY Former 8eml-Pro Pitcher Gets Chsnca With Wisconsin Team Has Wonderful Curve. my dick M'linini: Jack Ryan, former college pitcher and for the last three years one of tho star (lingers of the Chlrngo soml-pro clubs, has affixed his signature to a 1913 contract to play with tho Green Day club In the W. I. league. Bobby Jack Ryan. Lynch, a former team-inate of Ryan's, manages the Green Ray club. This will be Ryan's first year in the minor leagues, HIh career ns a pitcher began in 1909 when he played with the St. Ig natius College club. His work that year attracted the attention of Frank McNIchols, owner of tho Chicago West Ends, with the result ho wore u West End uniform in 1910. He played semi-pro ball until this year. There Is no reason why this young ster cannot make good in tho minors, as ho has a good arm, speed and a wonderful curvo ball. He had several chances to sign with the minor leagues In the last two years, but thought ho hndn't enough oxperlence. This year ho Bays he Is ready. Roanoke Gets King. Tho Ronnoke Club of the Virginia League, has signed third baseman Raymond King of Washington, D. C. tBBBBaT ' J m r-t 'kffan m BV j r v -j,M-. VL M ', ''Sbbm M f '$ '''" vJBB B wO tBBBtet "" '''"BJr m fe-T rBBBBSBtS&l'A BBBv r York Giants. twlrlers'to use it. The success of Tes reau, who was changed Into a spltter overnight, did much to Influence the Giant manager In training other pitch, ers in that direction. It has been av theory in baseball that the spltball was destructive to the pitching arm, and this was confirmed by the quick decline of Jack Chesbro, tho pioneer. Tho fact that Ed Walsh has used nothing but the spltter for years, how ever, and Is as strong as ever, has thrown a new light on tho subject. Ames has just about passed the zenith of his career, and the acquisition of a spltter certainly could not do him any serious damage. It saved Tom Hughes. ,, .-. "KILL THE UMPIREr-WHY7 Prof. J. E. Boodln of Kansas Says It Is Natural Result of Fusion of Several Minds. When the crowd In the bleachers shout "Kill the umpire," it Is only the natural result of a fusion of minds, according to Prof. J. E. Boodln of the University of Kansas, who ad dressed tho Western Philosophical as sociation at Northwestern university. "The demand for the llfo of the um pire Is brought about by a peculiar condition," said Professor Roodln. "He makes a decision which does not ap peal to somo spectator. That specta tor so Informs his neighbor, and gradually the entire, crowd in the stand Is brought to think that the umpire should not be allowed to live. The mind of a crowd generally thinks In the same channel as an individual. Under cortaln conditions a hundred peoplo will think the same as a single person. In witnessing an unusual oc currence the crowd will think the same as the Individual." Busy Racing Horse. What was probably the busiest trot teror pacer, cither of 1912, was the stallion Heartwood (2:13l,4), cam paigned throughout Canadian and Pa cific northwest. He raced no less than 23 times, winning eight times, was second Ave times, third four times, fourth three times, and only three times unplaced. HIb winnings were $4,975, Golf Championship Sept. 17-18. Harry L. Ayer, of tho executive com mittee of the United States Golf asso ciation, has announced that the dates of the opon championship this year have been changed from June 4 and 5 to Sept. 17 and 18. Assurances have been received from Edward Roy, the British open chnmplon, and from Horry Vordon that they will enter the event. New York Wins Shot. New York turned the tables on Phil adelphia in tho annual Intercity trap shooting match by winning from the Quaker City gunners by n score of 4C9 to 457, In two previous years Philadelphia has won tho tournament, Tho match consisted of 100 clay birds for each man, with tho top scores of the best five men of each team to count. Three Clubmen on One Field, The Polo baseball grounds, on which the New York Nationals and also the American league teum will play, will bo equipped with three clubhouses, one for the Giants, one for the Yan kees and the third for the visiting team, National or American, Henllne signs With Jersey, Noah Henllne, declared a free agent because through a mlxup In a deal be tween Baltimore and Troy he received no contract before February 1, has signed with Jersey City, which ta short of men because of holdouts. I hinchman qives his plans Old Cleveland Player Now Manager of Columbus Team, Has Some Unique Ideas of His Own, Can a man of William Hlnchman'a temperament make good as a mana ger of an American association base ball club? In view of the undisputed fact that some havo doubt as to his ability to mako good, Hlnchman's own answer may be Interesting. Tho question was put at him squarely some time ago and he replied thus: "I may be counted as a quiet ball player and lacking aggressiveness. I havo nlways decided while a player to keep my mouth shut and play ball. Now that 1 am manager it's up to me to do the talking and running of the team and I propose to do It with just as much success as I had in minding my own business when a player. I want to succeed and to succeed ono must have a winning ball team. I In tend to be a ginger jar and to have control of my club in a quiet, firm way. It's up to me to make good or fall to realize my ambition of becom ing a good manager." The disposition of George Perrlng on the team this spring will be inter esting to watch. It Is tho Intention Bill Hinchman. of the management to start Pete Johns at third base, his natural posi tion. There is a vacancy at second base and Perrlng may be switched there or to the outfield. Miller has made good at first base, so there Is no opening at that spot. That a place will be fouhd for Perrlng Is certain. He can hit too well and do too many winning stunts to leave him off the batting order. Thresher is one of tho leading candi dates for rlghtfleld. He comes very highly recdmmended and will be planted In right, whore Congalton used to hold forth. If Johns' attempt to make good at third falls, of course he will go back to right. Manager Hugble Jennings favors Gulfport, Miss., as tho permanent training quarters for the Detroit club. "A good pitching staff means a troublcsoThe ball club," says Christy Mathewson, gently boosting his own game. It Is reported that the Boston Braves' holiday games will be played on the American league grounds next season. ' Copt. Georgo Moriarity of tho Ti gers touts Bobble Veach. "Bobbie Veach Is one of the most c6nsistent players I have ever seen," says Mor rle. Washington has turned over Catch er Dutch Munch to the Syracuse club of the New York State league. Grif fith picked him up on the Washmgton lots. Bobby Grognn tins bought his re leaso from the Zttnesvllle club of tho Interstate league and will manage tho Ludington team of the Michigan State league Clark Griffith is some wrathy over the American league schedule. Be ginning April 27, the Washlngtons have twonty-elght straight games on the road. Joe Tinker is trying to make a deal with the Boston Nationals for Out fielder Vincent Campbell, who has an nounced. that he will not play in Bos ton again. Plans of certain Kansas City people to tako a franchise In John T. Pow ers' new Federal league fell through because no suitable grounds could be secured. Manager Birmingham says if he de cides to keep Fred Falkenberg he will not give Toledo a pitcher in exchange but will send a couple of fielders to the Mud Hens. A Wisconsin judge has held in a ball player's suit against his club for a promised bonus that tho contract. was void because It provided for serv ices on Sunday. , Walter Johnson predicts a banner year for himself, The Washington Star says he never felt better, Is very strong and should go at top speed from the start of the season. vjBBBUIa' 't$i7F4L -Ti MJBBBP SBBBBBr '"jBBS fciWSSBBB ssMssBasBesBBBBBBeBBBssBBssssBwMamiBssBBsswBBeaeBiBBeBBB cfaftteriDg Diamond BtsNHSMasiaaaMSMnBMMaesaBSHsssMaeaiBSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBV COUNTY POLITICS Officers and Leaders of the Leading Parties in Chicago. CENTRAL COMMITTEE DEMO CRATIC PARTY OF COOK COUNTY. Headquarters Suite 21G, 217, 218 Hotel La Salle. Chairman John McQillen. Secretary Georgo L. McConnell. Treasurer William Legner. Vice-presidents B. F. Weber, Stan ley S. Walkowlak, Frank McDermott Sergeant-at-A r m b Michael F. Maher. Ward. 1. Michael Kenna, John J. Coughlln. 2. Daniel J. Harris, Clem Kuehne. 3. William L. O'Connell, Peter J. Angsten. 4. Henry Stuckart, James M. Dalley. 5. Patrick J. Carr, Charles Martin. 0. John P. Gibbons, Peter Foy. 7. Edw. F. Brennan. 8. John H. Mack, William Powers. 9. Sheldon Govler, D. E. Wittenberg. 10. Fred Rohde, Edw. J, Novak. 11. John Lagodny, Leo V. Roeder. .13. M. H. Rogers, W. R. Skldmore. 14. Patrick A. Nosh, M. F. Maher. 15. Joseph Strauss, John P. Tansey. 16. William Mazurek, Joseph F. Tran- del. 17. Stanley 8. Wnlkowlak, Thomas J. O'Brien. 18. George L, McConnell, William Gaynor. 19. John Powers, Peter O'Brien. 20. Mose Ginsberg, Dennis J. Egan. 21. Albert J. Flynn, John M. O'Con- ner. 22. Thomas Sturch, John Ciskowskl. 23. Henry H. Gibbons, Dennis W. Sullivan. 24. Fred Esau, James Fitzgerald. 26. William F. Qulnlan, John T. Con- nery. 20. Thomas J. Dawson, N. J. Dalelden. 27. Nell Murley, William McRae. 28. Francis D. Conncry, Ben. M. Sbarvy. 29. Frank McDermott, Joseph Calla han. 30. Dennis D. McCarthy, Joseph T. Mahoney. 31. James A. Long, M. J. Flynn. 32. Richard J. Knight, Frank J. Walsh. 33. T."J. Crowe, Matt L. Cullera. 34. J. J. Cullerton, K. M. Rads. 35. William J. Clark, William P. Feeney. Committee at Large. John McQillen, Hans Blase, Frank S. Ryan, Salvatore Romano, John J. Brennan, Chilton P. Wilson, John J. McLaughlin, Thomas Little, Stanley H. Kunz, John P. Hayes, George E. Brennan, William Legner, Joseph Ka cena, John F. O'Malley, William Graham, E. F. Sllha, B. F. Weber. Country Towns. E. H. Poehlson, Blue Island; I. M. Kuebser, Palatine; W. B. Hess, Wit mette; George McNamee, Cicero ; Au gust Koelling, Arlington Heights; H. L. M. McCullen, Glen View; James Turnook, Evans ton; A. A. McKlnley, Evanston; W. H. Stolte, Chicago Heights; L. N. Rlchter, Melrose Park; Francis M. Keogb, Lemonf, W. B. McAullffe, Franklin Park; W. A. Lantz, La Grange; J. L. Butler, North Berwyn; A. L. Tompkins, Oak Park; J. J. O'Rourke, Harvey; Robs C. Hall, Oak Park. MANAGING COMMITTEE OP THE COUNTY CENTRAL COMMITTEE OF THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY OF COOK COUNTY. Headquarters Brlggs House. Chairman A. J, Sabath. Vice-chairman John J. Coughlln. Vico-chalrman M. S. Furman. Vice-chairman Otto Spankuch. Recording Secretary James S. Mc Inorney. Financial Secretary Harry Gold stine. Assistant Secretary John Downey. Treasurer James F. Bowers. Bergeant-at-Arms Daniel Ryan. CENTRAL COMMITTEE PROGRESS IVE PARTY OF COOK COUNTY. Headquarters Hotel La Salle. Chairman Harold L. Ickes. Secretary Charles Ringer. Treasurer LaVeerne W. Noyes. Ward 1, John H. Taylor; ward 2, Chauncey Dowey;'ward 3, Charles H. Sergei; ward 4, Felix J, Wenglerskl; ward 5, Philip Gollner; ward 0, Wat ter Clyde Jones; ward 7, Charles E. Merrlam; ward 8, Charles Ringer; ward 9, A. C. Bass; ward 10, John Siman; ward 11, August Krueger; ward 12, Dr. Fred Formaneck; ward 13, L. O. Ross; ward 14, William F. Galling; ward 15, James Heyn; ward 16, William Gleldzlnskl; ward 17, Charles J. Ryberg; ward 18, John R. Swift; ward 19, Guy O. Crapple; ward 20, Harry Fiddelke; ward 21, Thomas J. Graydon; ward 22, Charles J. Bur meister; ward 23, Dr. Albert E. Pal mer; ward 24, A. L. Sage; ward 25, C. M. Moderwell; ward 26, A. F. NuBBer; ward 27, C. R. Bechtel; ward 28, J. M, Dempsey; ward 29, William LaBatt; ward 30, J. T. Simpson; ward 31, H. L. Du Charm; ward 32, Willis E. Thorne; ward 83, Honry Nelson; ward 34, Robert F. Kolb. Country Districts. 1, Frank J. Orattan, Harvey; 2, Charles L. Anderson, Morgan Park; 3, Sherman M. Booth, Glencoe; 4, B. F. Hales, Oak Park; 6, O. DeWltt Taylor, Palatine; 6, Harold L. Ickes, Evanston. REPUBLICAN COUNTY COMMIT TEE. Chairman, John F. Devlne. Secretary, William H. Weber, Treasurer, Isaao N. Powell, Ward 1, Francis P. Brady; 2, Mar tin B. Madden; 3, Robert R. Levy; 4, Charles R. Strook; 5, Edward R. Lit linger; 6,' Roy O, West; 7, Isaao N, Powell; 8, John J, Hanberg; 9, Ed ward E. Eastman; 10, Joseph E. Bid will, Sr.; 11, Charles V. Barrett; 12, A. W. Miller; 13, David W. Clark; 14, Br A. Campbell; 15, Oeorge Mugler; 16, John F. Devlne; 17, L. D. Sltta; 18, Homer K. Galpln; 10, (Christopher Mamer; 20, William J. Cooke; 21, Frank A. Vogler; 23, Bernard F. Clettenberg; 28, John J. Healy; 24, Leonard A. Brundage; 25, Isaao J. Bryan; 2C, John C. Cannon; 27, Vic tor P. Arnold; 28, Joseph F. Haas; 29, Matt A. Mueller; 30, Thomas J. Healy; 31, Charles S. Deneen; 12, Charles W. Vail; 33, Georgo Hltzman; 34, Charles Vavrlk; 35, J. F. Galnty. Country Districts. 1, A. Van Steenborg, Lansing; 2, W. H. Weber, Blue Island; 3, Peter M. Hoffman, Dcs Plalnos; 4; Allen S. Ray, Oak Park; 5, William Busse, Mount Prospect; 0, Frank II. Ander son, Evanston. Democratic Congressional Committee. 1st Congressional District. Bartholomew Bcanlan, 8. H. Had dock, Henry Krug, Louis Seellg, Dr. J. J. McLaughlin, Jas. F. Ryan, E. J. Courtney, Peter Zllligan, Louis I Lettlere, Saml. Ohlsen, Ernest Lang, try, John F. Carroll, Austin Waldroa, John Joyce, W. H. Armstrong, Joha W. Wurzenburg, Dr. David O'Shaa, Fred M. Sturgeon, J. H. Montgomery, Wm. F. Mahoney, A. J. Marshall, Hen ry A. Johnson, Fred Buxbaum, Francis J. Wooliey, H. Wedesweller, Jake Zimmerman, F. A. Van Arsdale, An drew Donovan, Bart Delatto, John T. Convey, John W. McNeal, Henry Eck hardt 2nd Congressional District. Henry C. Schlacks, Edward J. Smith, Stephen Hunt, Henry Osbora, Chas. B. Hill, Albert Schaffner, Jobs McCann, John I. Drlscoll, Henry F. Hayea, John J, Curran, Thomas 1 Byrne, Dr. J. B. Welntraub, Joha F. Nolan, F. B. Robinson, John D. Greea, Frank Arnold, Robt. J. Cranston, Taos. F. Rowan, John Kavanagh, Louis. MueiJar, Thos. Howe, Jamea Bumber, Chas. V. Richards, Thos. W. Corkell, Dr. Eugene E. Hartlgan. Srd Congressional District. Michael F. Ryan, Thos. B. Conroy, Mathew Rawen, George W. Hinckley, F. H. Chambers, M. J. McCoy, Wm. J. Mclnerney, D. B. Mulvoy, James Hy land, J. V. Marlon, Patrick E. Dwyer, John H. Enrlght, A. ,C. Luts, J. J. Mulvlhill, Thos. Dairies, Mat J. Corcoran, John L. McNamara, M. J. Carberry Henry H. Nichols, Hugh Manley, "arence Warner, Wm. J. Hara, Francis X. Busch, John C. Kraus, Meyer A. Bernstein, Edward J, Duffy, Frank B. BhaariB, Aatmay J, MoVady, M. J. Flynn. 4th Congressional District John B. Brensas, James 8 Ryan, B. H. Helde, Walter Shea, John H. Burns, Val. Schmltt Schmitt, Wm. T. Wallace.SJas. M. Furlong, J. M. Fits gerald, M. C. Buckley, John V. Schmltt Schmltt, Wm. E. Furlong, Bvemtte Jennings, Marlus Olssn, Martia J. Sweeney, James Hynssv Joha a Baker, Martin Garskl, Jobs Dlllem, Jeremiah T. J. McShea, Patrick J. Rowan, John J. Culllaan, Fred O. wart, Dr. P. A. .Murphy, H. Melstar kela. 6th Congressional District P. J. Coffey, Frank Zerrlsek, Harry Schllck, Ed. Jedllcka, Isaao Cobb, Max Kutchal, Joaepk Mendel, A. Nacker, Matthew Smith, E. J. McOar ty, John Felnen, Peter Holaua, James J. Hallman, John Waska, Wsa, J. Peshek, Jamea F.sDenay, Tom Flta gerald, Nicholas Stokes, William Altemeler, James H. Ryan, Geo. Me Kensle, Joseph Wlrta, Joha J. Brady, Jacob Ports. Oth Congressional District Jamea W. Casey, John J. O'DoaaelL Ralph C. White, Frank L. White, Hy men Llderman, Frank T. Scaalaa Clarence Dullard, W. F. Cummlnga Danl. Dowllng, John W. Christ, Francis P. Burnett, William Geergo poolos, L. R. Buckley, Geo. C. Water man, J. 0. Dooley, Rlohard P. Hlckey, M. J. Tlerney, Max La Beau, Fred Zimmerman, Geo. MoMaboa, Michael McCarty, C. Baldaccl, Harry D. Stoat, EVH. Comer. 7th Congressional District N. O. Conybear, Jamea M. Ward, James R. Mitchell, Fred J. Rosa, a W. Howe, Dr. D. O. Ream, Geo. P. Me Farland, Chris Nletaoa, Dr. George Frost, John Leslie O'Brien, Joha W. Hand, Tneo. H. Greeawald, Osear Breltenbacb, Robert F. Bickerdlke, Frank H. Landmesser, J. A. O'Deav nell, sills w. Paul, Henry Breyer, Joseph Greln, Frank DeLaby, Daa M. Rote, Geo. W. LeVIn, J. Edw. Olaaoy, John M. Kennedy, William Goodman, Geo.' L. Franck, Fred T. Schwarts, Herman Patera, R. O. Gilbert, W. F. Kelley, Wm, H. White. 8th Congressional District John P. Quirk, Patrick O'Rourke, Michael Yarusso, J. A. Fensterle, Via tor W. Hanko, Louis W. Greco, Gary J. Maulelle, H. F. Martin, Pkilly Papas, Jos. Walsh, Albert A. Book, Henry Hogan, Martin F. B. Nortea, X. H. Kadow.'Matthew B. Clark, Nlek Sarno, Morris M. Kankowlts, Freak Navlgato, Timothy Finn, Michael Martin, Anthony Tortoriello, William A, Navlgato, Joseph De Btefano, AJ phonse L. Cummlngs, August Wela rich, John Schwarts, Jamea J. Moaa han. 9th 'Congressional District O. A. Canislut, Thomaa B, (JoUea, Andrew A. Collins, 0. B. Hayne, Z. P. Fitzgerald, Fred Schuls, W. H. Laif, Geo. J. Byrnes, John B. ScaaeUer, Norman P. Brodle, Daniel F. Wat, Michael P. Lonen, Joha B. Beraaer, Carl w. Westerllnd, Daniel L, Orwlaa, Chas. Oakley, Oscar Aadereoa, Ota. A. Maneatya, D. R. Murphy, Oaavsja Wilson, Dr. Arthur L. Meyer, rftek Protopaa, William Payne, Jaoob Ba erlch, Jr., Ray R. Coombs, Joha Mat doon. John M. Mullen. 10th CoBgressioaal District Wm. J. Carroll, William H. Rooa, Albert J. W. Appall" Beraiao Oea fortl, George Bloedora, Mas OoMea rath, Joseph H. Fltoa, Fred Lersasaa, Geo. O. Knight, Horace If. MeCmllea, Thos. J. Soberer, F. O. Aadsrata, Henry O. Weber, Baraard J. Baamer, Fred J. RInkley, George Wllsea, J. P. Jaeger, John J. Devtae, DarM A. Rose, Frank O. Kellogg, James M. Slattery, Roy Baraett Harry J, Os ney, John Fanning, Bdward J, Healey, Chas. Dougherty, F. O. Adams. ,,w . ,-, a .itf..jii-j. ., jy.jjifr-ua.i.plinvjiu.