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11 For Desks and Office Fittings Try REVELL'S N. E. Cor. Wabash Ave. and Adams St. OHIO SANDSTONE CO. Department f The CUreUnd Stone Ce "Building Stone and Stone Curbing 522 Marquertte Bldg., Chicago. 111. Telephone Scclcy 3961 A. NOVAK CIGAR CO. HAVANA CIGARS Manufacturers of "LA EZETA" Cigars 1041 South Robcy Street CHICAGO Phone Main 2798 Krahl Construction Co. General Contractors and Builders Thompson Bldg. 350 North Clark Street CHICAGO J. D. CLARK, Pres. W. F. HOEFT, Sec'y and Treat. Perfection Bedding Co. Illinois Felt Co., Inc. Sterlized Hair Mattresses Upholstered Box Springs Cotton Felt Mattresses Feather Pillows 2501 WEST 48TH STREET, Near Western Ave. Telcpliono McKlnler 3117 CHICAliU Telephone Monroe 4561 WILLIAM GANSCHOW COMPANY MANUFACTURERS OF Cut and Planed Gears, Cut Machine Racks AND NOISELESS RAWHIDE PINIONS WASHINGTON BOULEVARD AND MORGAN STREET CHICAGO YOUR MUSIC FREE AND HALF THE PROFITS The Violano-Virtuoso self-playing; Violin and Piano has been designated as one of the eight great est inventions of the 20th century by the United States Government. There are about 100 in opera tion in Chicago in various cafes, saloons, hotels, etc. These instruments operate with a nickel and their average income is from $60.00 to $100.00 a month. They also are great trade attractcrs. We give the location half of the profits and fur nish the music free. Write lo-day for particulars or come down and sec us. MILLS NOVELTY COMPANY Jackson Blvd. and Green St. CHICAGO, ILL. j j flfeJLl,!1!1! ".'.iSjSv J C HEADS OF CITY DEPARTMENTS, MEMBERS OF BOARD OF EDUCATION AND JUDGES OF MUNICIPAL COURT Mayor Wllllnm ilulo Thompson, Mayor. Clinrlea C. Fltzmorrls, Secretary. Itoom 507, 8th floor, City .Hnll. City Treasurer Clnyton F. Smith, Treasurer. Hoom 203, 2nd floor, City Hnll. City Clerk James T. Igoo, City Clerk. Kdwnrd .1. Padden, Chief Clerk, llooms 107-108, 1st floor, City Hall. City Comptroller Kugcne II. Pike, Comptroller, l.ouls K. flrnsolln, Deputy Comptroller. Hoom 501, 5th floor, City Hall. City Collector Chnrles .1. Forsberg, Collector. Ocorgo Lohninn, Deputy Collector. Department of Health .John Dill Robertson, M. I)., Com- lillsaloncr. Oottfrled Koohler, M. 1)., Asslstnnt Commissioner. K. It. Piltchard, Secretnry. Hoom 707, 7th floor, City Hull. Public Works Frank 1. Dennett, Commissioner. William lHirkhart, Deputy. Hoom 100, Ith floor, City Hall. Bureau of Engineering John Krlcson, City Engineer. Win. J. Hoclie, Chief Clerk. Hoom 102, City Hnll. Water Department W. J. McCotirt. Superintendent. Ceo. J. Keser. Chief Clerk. H001118 101-102, City Hall (Pay bills hero). Water Pipe Extension Hugh li. I.ucns, Superintendent. Tboinas F. Klernnti, Asst. Superin tendent. Hoom 401, Ith floor, City Hnll. Bureau of Streets Felix Mitchell, Superintendent. S. .1. Fisher, Inspector In Charge Hoom I0S, -Ith floor, City Hnll. Bureau of Sewers Ocorgo K. Mcdrnt'i, Superintendent. Kdwnrd F. Cullorton, Chief Clerk. Hoom 108, Ith floor, City Hnll. Bureau of Maps and Plats John D. Hilcy, Superintendent. T. C. Philips, Knglneer of Surveys. Hoom 110, Ith floor, City Hnll. Bureau of Gas and Electricity William J. Keith, Commissioner. John K. llradlcy, Chief Clork. Hoom GOtl, Mil floor, City Hnll. Rivers and Harbors Hlcknrd O'Sullivnn Duiko, Asst. Rn glneer. Fourth floor, City Hnll. Smoke Inspector's Department William II. Held, Inspector. Hoom 008, City Hnll. City Oil Inspector Puul Hondcrson, Inspector. Chnrles Vavrlk, Chief Deputy. Win. F. Gormnu, Assistant. Hoom 1013, City Hnll. Bureau of Statistics Francis A. Knatmnn, City Statisti cian. Frederick Hex. Librarian. Hoom 100.1, City Hnll. City Architect C. W. Kallnl. Purchasing Agent Virtus C. Holim, HuhIiicbs Agent. P. C. Schnfer, Chlof Clork. Hoom 3, floor 3. Department of Compensation 11. V. McQurrcn, Superintendent. Floor 3V4, City Hnll. Inspector of Weights and Measures Morris Kllcr, City Scaler. W. F. Cluott, Chief Deputy. Hoom 18, floor Vj, City Hnll. Board of Examining Engineers Hoom 1008, City Hnll. Kdwnrd F. Miller, President. 12. F. Moore. 1st Vice-President. Jnmes X. Sponcor, 2d VIce-Prosl- dent. Board of Examining Plumbers Charles J. Horbort, Mastor Plumber. Win. W. Potrle, Journeyman Plumb or. Board of Examining Mason Contrac tors Clms. C. Stewart. Two others to bo appointed In eompllnnco with Inw In forco July 1, 1915. Chief of Operating Engineers John C. Hayes. In nnsomont. Department of Public Welfare Mrs. I.oulso Osborne nowo, Com missioner. Jnmes w. Cnlloy, Supt. of Employ ment. Hoom 803, City Hnll Squnro Dldg. Civil Service Commission Percy II. Collin, President. Clins. K. Frnzier. Josoph P. Ocnry. Mark II. Plnco, Secretnry. Hoom 010. Mh floor, City Hnll. Board of Local Improvements M. J. Fnhorty, President. Jos. J. Ellas. David M. Clnrk. Oscar Wolf. Win. H. Dleiicoo, Edward J. Olnckon, Secrotary and Superintendent of Special Assess ments, Hoom 207. 2nd floor, City Hall. Gas Supervisor Philip C. Dolofontalno. Hoom fififi, City Hnll. Hoom 111, City Hnll. Inspector of Steam Boilers Cico. E, Nyo, Inspector. Hnrry A. Orannls, Chlof Clerk. Building Department f'hnrlos Ilostroni, Commissioner. Hobort Knight, Deputy Commis sioner, Poter C. Hooy, Secretnry. Hoom 702. 7th floor, City Hall. Board of Election Commissioners August I.ucders. Frank X. Hydzowskl. Iloriiard Horwich. Donnls Egan, Chief Clork. 3rd floor center, Cltv Hall. Morals Commission Third floor, City Hall. John Dill Hobortson, M. D Chair man. Hev. J. McXamec. Dr. Anna Dwyer. Dr. Emll O. Hlrsh. John Koolllng. Track Elevation Fnnnlo Specter, Secretary. Hoom 4, 3d "nor. Chief Janitor City Hall James Connors, Basement. Fire Department Thomns O'Connor, Firo Murshnl. P. J. Donnhoe, 1st Asslstnnt. Kdwnrd J. Buckley, 2d Asslstnnt. Hoom 103, City Hall. Frank W. Swcnle, Chief Operator. Hoom 007, 6th floor, City Hnll. Transportation Supervisor II. F. Kelker, Jr. City Physician Dr. M. J. Purcell. Dr. A. Lowls, Asst. City Physician. Dr. Clara Suppel, Asst. City Phy sician. Bureau of Fire Prevention and Public Safety J. C. McDonnell, Chief. Hoom 004, City Hall. Police Department Ilerniiin F. Schuettler, a-encrnl Su perintendent. Hoom 505. Wesley Westbrook, 1st Deputy Supt. Hoom 300. M. I.. C. Funkliouser, 2nd Deputy Supt. Hoom 1002. SI Mnycr, Secretnry llutcnu of Po. llco Hecords. Hoom 1001. Do Witt C. Cregler, Custodlnn. Hoom 302. Chnrles Agnnw, Secretnry to Gen oral Supt. Hoom 505, P. J. Wnrd, Vehlclo Utircnu. Hoom 301. Henry I,. Hudson, Examiner of Pub lic Chnuffours. Hoom C07. Law Department Samuel Ettelson, Corpoiutlon Coun- . sol. Hoom 511, City Hnll. Charles It. Francis, City Attorney. Joseph Sullivan, Chief Assistant. ChorlcB J. Peters. Hoom 002, City Hnll. Hnrry P. Miller, Prosecuting Attor ney. Daniel Webster, 1st Asst. U It. Pequott, Chief Clork. Hnrry T. Atwood, Special Assess ment Attornoy. Hoom 207, City Hnll. Ocorgo J. Frnzer, Chief Clerk and Attorney for llonrd of Local Im provements. Board of Bridewell Inspectors Hnlph K. Ksnu, Chairman. Joseph J. Jniuln, Secretnry. John J. Sloan. John I,. Whitman, Supt. Bridewell 20th St. nml Cnllforiiln Ave. Clerk of the Municipal Courts Frnnk It. Dnnlsch. John S. Dorpn, Chief Clork. Hobcrt McKlnloy, Assistant.' Clayton C. Picket, Auditor. Chnrles II. Krlmblll, Crlmlnnl De partment. X. S. Hudzbnn, Civil Hccord Depart nient. F. II. l.niidmossor, Information Do pnrtment. Hoom SI I, City Hnll. Bailiff of the Municipal Court Hoom 804, City Hnll. A. J. Cerinak. ,,, Oeo. W. Wood, Chief Doputy nalllff. Christian Hans, Dnlllff. Municipal Courts City of Chicago. Chief Justice Hnrry Olson. Hoom 010, City Hnll Associate Judges Cavcrly, John R. Courtney, John. Dolnn, Hnrry P. FIslier, Harry M. Cook, W. M. Fry, Sheridan K. Oemmlll, Wllllnm X. Ooodnow, Charles X. Ornhnm, Frnnk II. Ilenp, Arnold. Swnnson, J. A. Jareckl, Edmund K. Kearns, Hugh J. I.n Huy, Joseph S. Mnhonoy, John A. Hlchnrdson, John. Xowcomcr, John H. Prlndiville, John K. Hnfforty, Joseph P. Stownrt, Hugh It. Doyle, I,co J. Hnrnssn, Hernnrd P. Hnss, J. F. .Sullivan, Donnls W. Hayes, Howard. Stelk, John. Trudo, Snmuol H. Uhllr, Josoph 7.. Wade, Kdwnrd T. Wllllnms, Chnrles A. Wells, Hosen W. J. Kont Oreon, I.ognl Asslstnnt. Hoy K. Mlllor. Chlof Clork. Court Hooms on 8th, 0th and 11th floors. Chicago Board of Education Olllces, Trlliuno nulldlng. Prosldont, Kdwnrd S. Dnvls. Vlco-Presldonl, Albert II. Sexoilng hnus. Mombors, Kdwnrd S. Davis, Albort II. Sovorlnghnus, Chnrles S. Pot orsoii, Hlchnrd O. Oonnon, An thony Cznrnockl, Mrs. E. O. Snod grass, Dr. Siullo liny Adnlr. Oeorgo II. Arnold, Ilnrt Hanson. Secretnry, Albort Mlllor. lluslness Manngor, Percy II, Collin. Attorney, C'harlos H. Finncls. ite Chicago Eagle numbers among Its subscribers the most Influential, most prosperous and most respected men In Chicago It reaches nearly every man of standing in the community and all men who are molders of public opln Ion or directors of public affairs It Is the guide, mentor and friend of srery political leader or 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 la the favorite of Chicago's lead ing business men It reaches all classes la their homes , If Is In erery public office and orery public library. It la paper that la read by people of tandtng and Influence. The Eagle goes -o eyery pre cinct In Chliaf." Jeremiah D. O'Connell, the able lawyer, has thousands of admirers who want to see him on the Judicial bench. The "drys" nro ovldontly not tax payors of they would not bo bo will Ing to assume $7,000,000 of taxes for (he police, now paid by saloon licenses. A. II. Goodwin, the popular vlco president of tho big W. W. narnnrd Socd Company, has n warm plnco In tho rcgnrds of tho thousnnds who hnvo patronized thnt gront ostabllshmont. Thoro Is no bettor sood mnn In tho country and Tho W. W. Harnnrd Com pany lins nover disappointed n cub t'omer. Henry StucKart made a good record as City Treasurer, a good record as South Town assessor and a good rec ord as alderman. He certainly will lake a giod rocord as county tresa ir? Gustavo Pollack, the popular cen tral manager of the Stock Yards Packing Company. Is winning wide fame as n philanthropist. Aa a helper of fr1pndp nova he Is doing great work in Chicago. Chicago Is fuh or attractions for visitors, outside of Its 810 theaters and hundreds of car routes. Among the principal features the following are worth looking at: North Division. Water Tower, Chicago avenue wa ter works. Academy of Sciences museum. Uti. coin Park. Cemeteries Oraceland, Roiehlll, Calvary, St. Boniface. Grant, Lincoln, Schiller, Goethe and other monuments, Lincoln Park Historical Society, Dearborn ave nue ana Ontario street Lake Shore Drive, Ganabergen Boul evard, Lincoln Park conservatories and 100. Newberry Library, Clark street and Walton place. DePaul University, Webster and Sheffield avenues. Marine Hospital, Clarendon and Graceland avenues. Soldiers' monument! to St Boni face, Rosehlll, Calvary and Graceland Cemeteries. Indian trail tree. Glencoe. South Division. Continental and Commercial Bank building, In Salle, Adams, S, 6th Ave. and Qulncy streets. Court House and City Hall, Clark, La Salle, Randolph and Washington streots. Art Institute, on the lake front, foot of Adams street. Auditorium tower, Wabash avenue and Congress street; view of city, Blackstone branch library, Lake avenue and 49th street. Board of Trade, 7,a Salle stroet and Jackson boulevard; admission to gal lery. Cahokla courthouse on Wooded Is land In Jackson Park. Caravels In Jackson Park. Chicago Normal School, 68th street and Stewart avenue. Confederal monument In Oak woods Cemetery. .Crerar Library, 87 Wabash avenue, sixth floor. Douglas monument, 36th street and Rills avenue. Field Museum, In Jackson Park. Federal Building, Adams and Clark atroets. Fort Dearborn site tablet, 1 River street, oppsslto Rush street bridge. Grand Army hall, public library building, Randolph street and Mich igan avenue. Iroquois theater Are, scene of, 79 8?. Randolph street. Jackson Park, World's Fair. 189S. Lire Saving Station, at mouth of river. Lincoln wigwam tablet, Market and Lake streets. Logan statue In Grant Park (lake front). Marquette Building sculpture pun els. Dearborn and Adams streets. Marquette-Jollet cross, Robey street and drainage canal. Masonic Temple; "lew or city from root Mamor mcunme.w In 18th street near the lake. McKlntay statue In McKliley Park. Public Library, Michigan avenue and Washington street South Water street: commission house district State street department stores; shopping district Stockyards, Halsted and Root ats. University or Chicago. Midway plalsance. Washington statne, Grand boule vard and 61st street. Wooded Island In Jackson Park. West Division. Douglas Park. Drainage canal. Garfield Park Ghetto district on South Canal, Jef ferson and Maxwell streets; fish mar ket on Jefferson street from 12th to Maxwell. Jefferson street north of Randolph and Desplalnes street scene of an archist riot. Hull House, 385 South Halsted at. Humboldt Park. Humboldt, Ller Erlcson, Reuter and Kosciusko monuments in Humboldt Park. ollce monument (Hay market),' la Union Park. Fire tablet (1871). 147 DeKoven street. Meeting hours tor City Council com ralttees are aa follows: Monday Streets and alleys, o'clock; buildings, 3:30 o'clock. Tuesday Schools and police, 1 o'clock; harbors, wharves and bridges ! o'clock; local Industries, 2 o'clock Wednesday Special park commit slon, 10:30 o'clock; health, 2 o'clock local transportation, 2 o'clock; tract elevation, 3:30 o'clock. Thursday Gbs. oil and electrh Ipht. 2 o'clock; license. 3:30 o'clock water, 3:30 o'clock. Friday Compensation, 11 o'clock Judiciary, 2 o'clock; finance, 3 o'clock bathing beaches, 3:30 o'clock. WM. II. JONtS I- n. JACOBY Tel. Harrison 1564 JONES & JACOBY PLUMBING and DRAINAGE CONTRACTORS 426 PLYMOUTH COURT PLUMBINO, HEATINO, CIAS FITTINO, SEWERAOE Estimates Furnished Jobbing Promptly Attended to T. R. WARNER, Prctldcnt T. I.. Al- NER, Secretary ESTABLISHED 1885 INCORPORATE 11-9 The Warner Constr jction Co. CONTRACTORS Contractors for All Kinds of Public Buildings 189 WEST MADISON STREET Telephone Alain 2565 NOTICE Cortesi, the Famous Sartorial It now located at 501 Orleans Street, N. E. Cor. of Illinois 1 Young Men's and Men's Suits to order. Reasonable Prices One trial is all we ask. J Full line of Gents Furnishings, latest style at all times. I Cleaning and Pressing on short notice. A. CORTESI & CO. Phone Superior 8761 iurtMtr (Central 3456 Auto. 48-676 DOW B. LEWIS & SON "HURRY BACK" BUFFET 114 North Dearborn Street CHICAGO t. jT V7S - I v am. m mow m m &M2 mm 1 VW.IKKI I.." ji K i5rf5k k Ml)l I 'ULUD f. . m irn r.v 1 di Vtinm M ihw isim 'iiift tmrnr mw V "K J:d 3 ... .JI i III swisnijawpiilismainihissijjinsjtii 4 n.WBlm0BamXTmx MW r. . . I sar " 1 I i.AVs 2' mim I B l -2iTV9T- 9 I H W Ht-V3VJU M VdhaUv1 M 7 LI inn -if-fci -unw WlAk-T i '1 itvrm ekJ i';inor TYPE LAGER INDEPENDENT BREWING ASSN OF CHICAGO BVXBMJkVnaMJOcvaM. 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