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8 ff. ' . ft ttssfmtuhti .bbbbbbbbbbbWWWv ibw V & fKmrflBBBBBBBBBBBS. S& i SsfV " $?& i fPfiiL 2 v iVC i IIfMbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbI Site 4HsE&' vy If tin " " - -1 J - -J- - " -'- J,A- - J GEORGE KERSTEN. Judge of the Circuit Court. REPUBLICAN COMMITTEEMEN National Itopubllcan Committeeman for Illinois WUIInm Halo Thompson. State Central Committee. Headquarters Peoria and Spring field. Chairman G. Dot'. Klnnoy, Poorla. Secretary C. J. Doylo, Springfield. Treasurer II. A. Eokhnrt, Chicago. Dist. 1 Adolnh Marks. 115 S. Stato St., Chicago. 2 Abel Davis, G125 Ellis Ave., Chi cago. 3 Harry A. Lowla, uG29 Harvard Ave., Chicago. 4 Thos. J. Flnucano, 2912 S. Loomls St., Chicago. 5 Max Lovltan, 1103 Ashland lllvd., Chicago. 6 Inland S. Rnpp, 29 S. Oakley Dlvd., Chicago. 7 Emit J. Wcntzlnff, 711 N. Trumbull Ave, Chicago. 8 Loo A. Dunne, 1G25 Wicker Parle Ave, Chicago. 9 Mcdlll McCormlck, 909 Lake Shoro Drive, Chicago. 10 Geo. W. Paullin, 1908 Sheridan Road, Evanston. 11 James E. Harloy, 271 Denton St., Aurora. 12 Fred E. Sterling, 1008 N. Main St., Rockford. 13 Jas. P. Ovorholzor, Storllng. 14 Walter A. nosenilold, Rock Island. ID Chan. II. Williamson, 124 West Ave, Qulncy. 16 Garrett DoF. Klnnoy, 710 Moss Ave., Peoria. 17 Frank L. Smith, Dwlglit. 18 Chas. P. Hitch, Paris. 19 Henry P. Harris, Montlcello. 20 nay N. Anderson, Plttsflold. 21 Jas, E. McCluro, Carllnvillo. 22 Thos. Williamson, Edwardsvlllo. 23 Geo. A. Drown, Drownstown. 24 Plcosant T. Chapman, Vienna. 25 Henry H. Kohn, Anna. County Executive Committee. Hoadquurtors S0j Otis Building. Chairman Homer K. Galpln. - Vice-chairman Martin U. Madden. Socrotary William II. Wober. Assistant Socrotary Emll J. Wcntz laff. Treasurer t,oItoy Mlllner. 1 Francis P. Brady, 119 E. 20th St. 2 Martin B. Madden, 709 Tacoma Bldg. 3 Robert It. Levy, 4C39 Pralrlo Ave. 4 George J. Fesor, 2732 Shields Avo. 5 Edward II. LUzlngor, 29 S. La Sallo St. 6 Roy.O. WeBt, 1340 First National Bank Bldg. 71. N. Powell, C82C Burnett Ave. 8Waltor E. Schmidt, 208 S. La Sallo St. 9 Edward E. Ertsman, 11300 For- restvlllo Ave. 10 Thomas Curran, 2023 8. Racine Are. 11 Charles V. Darrett, 29 S. La Salle St. CHARLES Chief Clerk of the iH'" LbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbB bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbk&? t '3!jbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb! bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbwA' HEbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbi iHttiMi VH jHH' ".xwH bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbk fHI 12 A. W. Miller, Chamber of Com merce Uldg. 13 David W. Clark, 3125 Warren Avo. 14 A. N. Todd, 515 N. Hamlin Avo. 15 Niels Juul, 2C45 Potomac Avo. 1C Josoph P. Klnsella, 1525 Wicker Park Ave. 17 Lewis D. Sltts, 1471 Grand Avo. 1811. K. Galpln, 1C35 Jackson Blvd. 19 Chrlstophor Mamor, 720 Reapor Block. 20 Morris Eller, 1301 S. Peoria St. 21 Oscar Hobcl, 1105 Schiller Bldg. 22 Chas. G. Kempf, 913 Concord PI. 23 E. J. Brundngc, 110 S, Dearborn St. 21 L. A. Uriindago, 2210 Clifton Ave. 25-Geo. K. Schmidt, 4228 Sheridan Rd. 20 John C. Cannon, 4047 N. Hcrml- tago Ave. 27 LoRoy Mlllor, 5922 Nlckcrson Avo. 28 Josoph F. Haas, 2712 Fullorton Avo. 29 Ernest Wlthall, 1941 W. Garfield Blvd. 20 Thomas J. Hcaly, 5415 S. May St. 31 Win. II. Held, 1335 Garfield Blvd. 32 Charles A. Williams, 122 S. Michi gan Avo. 33 Gcorgo Httzman, 500 County Bldg. 31 Sol. P. Rodorlck, 1328 S. Spauldlng Avo. 35 Chas. J. Peters. Country Districts. Petor Anker, South Holland. William II. Weber, 315 County Bldg. Potor M. Hoffman, 500 County Bldg. Josoph Carolan. William Bussc, Mount Prospoct. Dr. Frank II. Anderson, 1413 Shor- mnn Avo., Evanston. ASK AID FOR TAX BILLS County Commissioners and Others Boost Two Senate Measures. President Peter Rolnberg of tho county board and county commission ors, with civic bodies and public of ficials generally, nro out with a print ed pamphlet petition uniting support of sonato bills No. 44 and No. 10G pending In tho lcglslnturo at Spring Held. Botli are tax measures one Becks to vnlldnto a tax lovy declared irregular in a Supremo Court decision nnd tho other mcasuro smooths out some questionable points In tho so called Juul law. Tho total amount of taxes Involved in tho Issuo Is about $3,000,000. President Peter Relnborg In a letter Included In tho petition, says: "If thoso objections nro finally sus tained It not only cripples tho coun ty finances generally, but It causes spoclal suffering nnd hardship to tho wards of the county, the aged, Infirm nnd helpless beneflclnrlos of tho va rious charities maintained by tho county at public expense, whoso ap propriations under the present lnws are the first to bo affected by a, dim inution of tnxes." KRUTCKOFF. Board of Assessor. CHICAGO BANKERS OBJECT TO PLAN Chicago bankers opposo tho pro posed ordinance now before tho coun cil for city supervision of private banks. Tho reasons advanced against tho passago of tho ordiminco nro ns fol lows: 1. Unprecedented. 2. Questionable constitutionality. 3. Would provido another excuse for blocking proposed stato legisla tion. 4. Would not provido for regulation of downstnto prlvato banks. 5. Very little or no tlmo would bo gained If lcglslaturo docs act this ses sion. C. Incorporation under tho banking laws of this stato Is essential to suc cessful modern banking: (n) In order to provido doflnlto capital and liability. (b) In order to provido doublo lia bility. (c) In order to distribute responsi bility for ownership, control, direc tion and management, (d) In order to potmlt satisfactory auditing. (o) In order to provido for proper supervision and regulation. (f) In ordor to prevent Interrup tion of business upon death of princi pal. (g) In ordor to scparato bank In vestments from thoso of principal. 7. Confusion of public ovor still an other class of bank created by ordi nance. 8. Certainty of public mistaking Hconso by tho city for Indorsement of tho city. 9. Necessity of prlvnto banks hav ing to adjust their affairs twlco when state enacts law. 10. Might lncrcaso number of prl vato bank failures If not given ntnplo Leader tlmo to convert assets In ordor that they might comply. 11. City probably would not do- posit own funds In "city banks." 12. City comptroller not equipped to perform highly technical and ox pert duties providod by ordinance 13. Somo existing stato banks with $200,000 capital might surrender chnrtors and becomo "city banks," 14. Effect would bo similar to that of branch banking. 15. Public monnco If many "city banks" nro established. NEWREPUBLICAN STATE COMMITTEE Cook County. District. Faction. 1 Adolph Marks Thompson 2 Abel Davis Deneen 3 Harry A. Lewis Deneen 4 Thomas J. Flnucano... Thompson 5 Max Lovltan Thompson C Lolnnd S. Rnpp Sherman 7 Emll J. Wontzlaff Deneen 8 Gust Draogor Thompson 9 Mcdlll McCormlck Sherman 10 George W. Paullin Shorman Downstate. 11 Everett J. Murphy Deneen 12 Fred E. Storllng Lowden 13 J. P. Ovorholser Deneen 14 W. A. Rosonfleld Sherman 15 C, H. Williamson Deneen 10 Garrett Do F. Klnnoy.... Deneen 17 Prank L. Smith Deneen 18 Charles P. Hitch Noncom. 19 Charles G. Eckhart Deneen 20 Arthur L. French Sherman 21 James E. McClure Deneen 22 Thomas Williamson Deneen 23 George A. Brown Lowden 24 Pleasant T. Chapman Denoen 25 Henry H. Kohn Lowden FOR I1. S. SENATOR Albert J. Hopkins of Aurora, for mer United Statos senator, with a good record, is In tho field for oiec-, Hon to tho Sonato noxt year. Other candidates on tho Republi can side, talked of ore: Mcdlll McCormlck, William II. Stead, William Halo Thompson, II. M. Chlppcrflcld, Fred W. Uplmni. A senatorial race In WIS In Illinois Is bound to bring tho old G. O. P. and progressive fight to tho foro again. Recent developments In tho east, where efforts havo been mado to roplaco William It. Wlllcox as chair man of tho Republican national com mittee, and Gcorgo W. Perkins' activ ity Indicate an Inclination on tho part of certain bull mooso to split things up ngnln. Ilnrold Ickcs and Raymond Robins havo boon laying their lines quietly bore, and while Roosovelt might personally llko to boo McCor mlck get tho toga It Is bollovcd that Ickcs and Robins would not. NEW CONSTITUTION COMING Supporters o't tho move for a con stitutional convention nro confident that tho flftloth general assembly will adopt a resolution to submit tho ques tion to a voto of tho pooplo. Ten votes wcro lacking when tho at tempt was mado to put It through tho houso on March 31, 1915, after tho sen nto had given tho resolution tho re quired two-thirds majority. Fifty out of tho nlnoty-two mombors 'who voted for tho resolution In tho forty-ninth session will return to tho fiftieth. Tho supporters of tho "con- JOHN P. HOPKINS. In the Financial and Commercial World con" declare thoy know that thoy may count upon not less than thlrty-olght of tho forty-two who tako tho places of tho others bolng with them. Twenty of tho thirty-two mombors who voted against tho resolution bo foro were re-elected to tho house, which, oppononts of tho plan say, Is a bettor showing than tho other sldo mado. Slxtoon of tho sovontocn whoso nnmos do not appear on tho roll call woro loolocted, nnd It Is re,asonablo to supposo that most of thorn will dodgo tho lssuo again nnd ho absont whon tho voto is taken In tho noxt houso. It is thon necessary for tho pro moters of n convention to got tholr strength from tho now mombors. This thoy Bay thoy can do and thoy havo For best results sow Barnard's Seeds Illustrated Catalog of Seeds. Bulbs and Plants FREE upon Application THE W. W. BARNARD CO. Long Distance Telephone, Franklin 635 231-235 West Madison Street, CHICAGO, ILLINOIS hopes of winning ovor somo of tho thirty-two who voted against them In tho last session. No pledges havo been exacted from tho members this year, according to report. Gcorgo E. Colo, Shelby M. slnBiclon nn,i ti,0Ir associates in tho organizations thnt always havo boon behind tho convention movo havo started to work rounding up tho members. NATURALIZATION Aliens resident within Cook county may fllo declarations of Intention to becomo citizens, or petitions for nat uralization beforo tho clerks of tho following named courts: United States District court, room COO Federal building. Superior court, room 437 County building. Circuit court, loom 112 County build ing. Declarations of Intention may bo filed by aliens 18 years of ngo or over. No witnesses nro required nt tho tlmo of filing declarations, nor Is tho alien required to resldo In this country any specified tlmo prior to tho dnto of filing his declaration. Declarations of Intention nro invalid for all purposes seven yearn after dato of filing. Petitions for naturalization or final papers tuny bo filed 'after completion of flva years' continuous rcsldcnco in tho United States, but not less than two years after the dato of declara tion of Intention, and the alien must hnvo resided In tho stnto whero his petition Is filed nt least ono year next preceding the dato of filing. If tho alien arrived In tho United States after Juno 29, 190(5, a certifi cate of arrival must bo obtained from tho commissioner of naturalization bo fore filing his petition. Blank forms for this purpose- may bo obtained from the clerk of cither of the courts nlovo of Chicago. mentioned. Petitions for naturalization must bo verified by tho allldavlt of at loast two credible witnesses, who hnvo per sonally known tho applicant for nt least ilvo years noxt preceding tho dato of his application. A potltiou for naturalization must bo signed by tho nppllcnnt in his own handwriting ami ho must be nblo to speak tho English language A petition must bo filed duly vorl fled ninety days prior to tho dato of final hearing in court. Aliens who hnvo resided In two or moro states in this country during tho last llvo years, or thoso who hnvo other complicated questions, should cnll an tho chief naturalization oxnm Inor, room 770 Fedornl building, whero thoy will bo fully advised. KSsit Sbbb3"Ibbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb1 aaVBBBBBBaVBKBBHrpH'Wi, Ibbbbf"'jbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb1 Ml!'!''.! 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Sulldlng DepartmenL Beventb floor. North end. Bridge Dlvlalon. rourth floor. North end. Buelneee Agent. Vault floor. North end. City Attorney. Sixth floor. North end. City Clerk. rirt floor. South end. City Collector. First floor. South end. City Comptroller. General office, Eth floor. North end. Auditor, 6th floor. North end. Paymaster, 6th floor. North end. Real estate agent, 6th floor. North City Council. Council chamber, 2d floor. North end. Oeneral committee-room, 24 floor. North end. Commltt on finance, 2d floor. North end. Committee on local transportation. Id floor. Special park commission, 10th floor. North end. City Electrician. Sixth floor. Center. City Hall. Superintendent, Sd floor. North end. Chief Janitor, 3d floor. North ead. City Scalar. Vault floor. South end. City Statistician. Tenth floor. North end. City Treasurer. Bccond floor. Center. Civil Service Commlaalon. . Oeneral office, 6th floor. South end. Examlnlng-room, 10th floor. Center. Bureau of Compenaatlon. 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Icago Plan Commission Wins Praise. Corporation Counsel. Fifth floor. South end. Bureau of Engineering (City En gineer). Fourth floor. North cud. Department ot Electricity. Sixth Uoor. Center. Public Service Bureau. Complaints of gas, meters, public utilities, etc., sixth floor. Finance Committee. Second floor. North end. Fire Department. Fire marshal, 1st floor. North end. Fire alarm telegraph, 6tb floor. Cen ter. Firemen's pension fund, secretary of board of trustee (city clerk), let floor. South end. Inspector of Oil. Tenth floor. South end. Harbor Dlvlalon. Fourth floor. North end. Department of Health. Commissioner of health, 7th floor. Bureau of sanitary Inspection, 7th floor. Bureau ot contagious disease, 7th floor. Bureau of food inspection, 7th floor. Bureau of vital statistic, 7th floor. Department of Law. Corporation counsel, 6th floor. South end. City attorney, 6th floor. North end. Prosecuting attorney, 6th floor. North end. Special assessment attorney, If floor. South end. Local Transportation Committee, Third floor. North end. Loeal Transportation (Traction Prt). Third floor. North end. Bureau of Map and Plata. Fourth Boor. North end. VICE-PRESIDENT LEVY Honry It. Levy, tho popular vlco president of tho big L. Mnrklo Auto Company, nt 203G South Michigan ave nue, is a Chicago boy nnd is tho son of Simon Lovy, tho well known car- ringo dealor, whoso reputation In tho business community has boon a high nnd honornblo ono for forty years. Harry Lovy, as his frlonds call him, always makes good and Is ono ot tho best auto salesmen in tho country. Tho Now Roma rostaurant at 117 North Clnrk stroot Is attracting atten tion by its fino bill of faro and Its splendid cooking. Mr. I. Pellegrini, tho well-known rostauratour, 1b the man ager. Dr. Gcorgo Sultan always made a good record In public lifo. CERVENKA. Probate Court.