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THE CHICA Gf EA6 0S. . ) VV,',k xpEk lR&?"t ' ?THafll aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaS&KiiJaflllffliriv v'iX'a: BVHllk"V' i Ji'.'fre J .ub1 mmmmmm-' M tmr H kAi! iiiflBHU vC jijr. di1vl nHHiliBuilB JOHN J. MITCHELL, President of the Illinois Trust & Savings Bank. ONE VOTE FOR EACH OF TWO "CON CON" CANDIDATES Attornoy Ocnornl Rrundugo gnvo Sccictary of State EnimorHoii un opinion In which ho held thnt a voter mny cnBl but ono vote for each ot two candidates for delegato to tho constitutional convention In his hcim torlal district. The question nroo ovor tho iioHsllitllty of votutH rastlng two votes for ono cnndldnte. Judge I). H. Sifllrvan has made an honest, dignified and able record on the bench. The leading inoinuors ot nvtirj so clety and club In Chicago rend Th Eagle. Edwin It. Landon, president of tho Standard Tiro Escape Company Is one of tho solid men of Chicago. Ills company I noted for tho lollablllty of ltn output. E. W. Mm tin, ono of tho most -pop-ulur men in tho flnnnclal nnd business world, Is Chicago manager for tho big houso ot Chnrlos Stonohnm & Co., denlors In securities, with ofTlcos at. 178 Wost Jackson uoulavnru, nna branches In nlno loading cities of tho country. Stnto Representative Halph E. Church has been an uggtesslvo can didate tor soiuo tlmo. Ho Is now a member of tho houso from tho Evans ton district, and wnR tho author of tho pink tea boxing bill thnt was put up lit opposition to tho bill eventual ly vetoed by Gov. Lowdon. William H. Tucker, cloooly associated with problems of taxation, is n fourth Evanston candidate. James N. Loron. ot Chicago has (Hod a. petition. 1'. J. Slbloy, tho popular proprietor ot Tho Fountain Pon Shop, at 31 North Dearborn strcot, has a host ot friends in tho business community. Tho best peoplo In Chicago buy pons from him and his customers nro al ways boosting him. Frank A. Wost has boon appointed by Mayor Thompson and confirmed by tho city council as a rnombor of tho board ot stationary engineers. A bettor nppolntmont could not liavo boon rnado. .Mr. Wost, who served with credit on tho state board of equalization is ono ot tho most popu lar citizens of tho north side, Dennis J. Egan Is n Democratic leader ot forco, ability and popularity. HffiF fl B Lfl inficl :l Fff&tU i HLLaDGh2 - 1 hHpss- ir tuMhith Wr.l3K -- tHfe "vrVTFKH Hi5ti& .lit. jv ,W' 1 iiiiiM HliK''HH? 'H mmmmwBMmmte. WR L! m. ppHBiikL.- .! V. iV9E'Ai VV1 1 4KiAliH iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiVPIiiH I i BWWI CHARLES W. PETER8, Popular Sheriff of Cook County. CHICAGO FED ERATION OF LABOR President John Flt7patrlck. VIco President Oscar F. Nelson. Secretary Edward N. Nockols. I'lnnnclal secretary, Fred G. IIopp Treasurer, Thomas F. Kennedy. Rending clork, William S. McClona than. Sergeant at arms, E. A. Schroedor. Following aro conunlttoo appoint ments' Eypcutho board: John C. Minor, Annlo Fitzgerald of Women's Union Labor League, Ellzaboth Malonoy of Waitresses' union, J. A. Train, C. M. Mndscn, Timothy Moary, John Car roll, Charles Dold, Tobias Hoilmau, Albert Poterson, C. A. Robinson, James Loughrldgo and John Kikulskt. Legislative committee: C. A. Ponso, Stovo Sumner, V. A. vnnco, Josoph Morton, Honoro Juxon, Win. Doyen, A. 0. Anderson, John Melstor, Mark Nelson. Delegates to Illinois Federation o I ahor: Gortrudo StooUol, Anna Stag hago. II. Ilmnmond. William Qucsso J. Harold, Ren Parker, Qcorgo May Jamei Brown, Dan Rlordon. John Wal ters, C. M. Madscn and J. Ferris. Finnnco commlt'co: M. D. Phillip, Goitrudo StooUcl, Elizabeth Malonoy. Dologntos to American Federation of Lubor: Emmott T. Flood, Barney Derlyn, R. G. Fotchll nnd John Man gen. Judge Frank Johnston Jr. is mak ing a good tocord on tho Circuit bench. Aldormnn Walter P. Stoffon of tho t'wonty-thlrd ward, Is making a good record In tho City Council. Ho is one ( the coming Men cf Chicago and tho peoplo nro ploasod with him. Thousands oi Chicago soldier boys need Jobs. What's tho mnttor with giving them places in tho City Hall. Somo ot tho barnacles liavo boon thoro too long. They think tho city belongs to them. Max Asclior ot tho well known and justly famous Asclior Bros., is ono ot tho most highly rospocted mon in the moving picture world. His firm owns many of tho host and most beautiful theaters in America. Mlchaol Ready, tho popular presi dent nnd tronsuior of tho Ready & Callaghan Coal company, Is ono ot tho most highly rospocted business men In Chicago. His company stands high In the coal trade. HEADS OF CITY DEPARTMENTS MEMBERS Of BOARD OP EDUCATION AND JUDGES OF MUNICIPAL COURT Mayor William Halo Thompson, Mayor. Charles C. Fltzmorrls. Secretary Room 607, Gth floor, City HaV. City Treasurer Henry Stuckart, Treasurer. Room 20.1, 2nd floor, City Hall City Clerk Jnmes T. Igoo, City Clerk. Edward J. Paddon, Chief Clerk Rooms 107-108, 1st floor, City Hall City Comptroller Gcorgo F. Hnrdlng, Comptroller. L.ouU ri. Oosselln. Deputy Comptrol ler. Room SOI, Gth floor, City Hall City Collector- Wm. II. Wosbcy, Collector. George Lohhinn, Deputy Collector. Department of Health John Dill Robertson, M D, Com missioner. Gottfrlod Koohler, M I), Assistant Commissioner. 13. II. Prltchnrd, Socrotary. Room 707, 7th floor, City Hall. Bureau of Ennlnecrlna John Erlcson, City Engineer. Wm. J. Rocl.t!, Chief Clerk. Room 403, City Hall. Water Department W. J. McCourt, Superintendent. Geo. J. Fosor, Chief Clerk. Rooms 101-102, City Hall (Pay bills hero). Water Pipe Extension Hugh L. I.ucns, Superintendent. Thomas F. Klernan, Asst. Superin tendent. Room 404, 4th floor, City Hall. Bureau of Streets Felix Mitchell, Superintendent. S. J. Flshor, Inspector In Charge ftxm. ta&jfa Li," v m: Bureau of Sewers- George E. McGrath, Superintendent. Edward F. Cullerton, Chlof Clerk. Bureau of Maps and Plats John D. Rlloy, Superintendent. T C. Philips, Engineer ot Surveya Bureau of Gas and Electricity William J. Kolth, Commissioner. John E. Bradley, Chlof Clerk. Rivers nnd Harbors Rlckard O'Sulllvan Burke, Asst. En glnoer. Smoke Inspector's Department William H. Roid, Inspector. Room 608, City Hall. City Oil Inspector Paul Hondorson, Inspector. Cliarlos Vavrlk, Chief Deputy. Wm. F. Gorman, Assistant. Bureau of Statistics Francis A. Eastman, City Statisti cian. Frederick Rex. Librarian City Architect C. W. Kalla Purchasing Agent Virtus C. Rohm, Business Agent. P. C. Schnfor, Chlof Clerk. Department of Compensation II. V. McGurron, Superintendent. Inspector of Weight and Measures Morris Eller, City Sealer. W. F. Ciuott, Chief Doputy. Board of Examining Engineer Room 1008, City Hall. Edward F. Mlllor, President. E, F, Moore, 1st Vice-PresldonL James N. Spencer, 2d Vice-President Board of Examining Plumber Charlos K. Todd, Master Plumber. "3c V, itr vsArneyman Plumb-wt, Board of Examining Mason Contrac tors Chns. C. Stowat. Two others o be appointed in compliance with law In forco July 1, 1913 Chief of Operating Engineer John C. Hayes.t In IUn-it. Department r-r.I. Welfare Mrs. Louise ujuorne Rowe, Com missioner. Jniucs W. Callqy, Supt. of Employ ment. Room 805. City Hall Square Bldg. Civil Service Commlsolon Percy D. Cofllnj Prealdont, ChaB. E. Frnzlor. Joseph P. Geary. Mark H. Place. Secretary. Room G10, Cth floor, City Hall. Board of Local Improvement M. J. Fahorty, Prosldent. J03. J. Ellas Dald M. Clark. Oncar Wolf. Irno Pease Mantony. Ednnrd J Glackon. Secretary and Superintendent of Special Assess ments. Room 207. 2nd floor, City Hall. Gas Supervisor Philip C. Dolofontnlne. Room COO, City Hall. Room 111, City Hall. Inspector of Steam Boiler Geo E. Nyo. Inspector. Harry A. Qrannls, Chief Clerk. Building Department riiarloB Botrom, Commissioner. Robert Knight, Deputy Commii- loner Peter C. Hooy, Secretary. V ! ; .. JTJt ot vnlCks "' $ V - JI Ti. 'TBBK. SR3C BRITTON I. BUDD, Popular and Public-Spirited President of the Chicago Board of Election Commissioner August Luodero Frank X. Ujdzowskl, Uornard Hnnvkh, Morals Commission Tlilid floor, City Hall. Jolm Dili Robertuon, M. D Chair- in. in, Nov. J, McNamee Ur. Anna Dwyer 1)1. Lmil G. Hlrh John Koelling. Track Elevation Funnle Spector, Secretary. Chief Janitor City Hall James Connors Basement. Fire Department Thomas O'Connor, File Marshal. P. J. Donahoe, 1st Assistant. Cdw-nrd J. Buckloy, 2d AeslstanL Frank ,V. Swenlo, Chief Operator. Transportation Supervisor It. F. Kelker, Jr. City Physician Dr. M. J. Purcoll. Dr. A. Low is, Asst. City Physician. Dr. Clara Suppel, Asst. City Phy sician. Bureau of Fire Prevention and Public Safety J C. McDonnell, Chief. Police Department John J. Ourrlty, Genoral Superin tendent. Room G05. John Alcock, First Doputy Supt., SI Mayer, Secretary Dureau of Po. lice Records. Room 1001, P. J. Ward, Vehicle Bureau. Room 104. Henry L. Hudiou, Exr.inlnor of Pub lic Chauffeurs. Room G07. Law Department Samuel Ettlolson, Cornoratlon Coun sel, Chnrlos "Z. francls, City Attorney. Josoph Sullivan, Chief Assistant. Charles J. Peters Room C02, City Halt. Hurry P. Miller, Prosecuting Attor ney. Dinlol Webster, lflt Asst. L. R. Poquott, Chief Clork. Harry T. Atwood, Special Assess ment Attorney. Oeorgo J. Fraror, Chlof Clerk nnd Attornoy for Board of Local Im provements. Board of Bridewell Inspectors halph E Esau, Chairman. Jooph J. Janda, Socrotary. John J. Sloan. Bridewell 20th St. and California Ave Bailiff of the Municipal Court Denis J. Egan. Municipal Courts City or Chicago. Chief Justice Harry Olnnn. Boom 010, City Hrll. Associate Judges Geo. I). Holmes. Caorly. John R. Trudo, Danlot P. Dolan, Harry P FMher. Harry M. Cook. W. M. Trv, Sheridan 18. nmnmlll, William N. Graham, Frank II, Heap, Arnold. Swancnn, J. A. Jarockl, Edmund K. La Buy. Joseph 8. Richardson, John. Newcomer, John R. Prlndlvllle. John K. nafforty, Josoph P. Stcwnrt. Hugh R. Doylo. Loo J. Barasaa, Bernard P. Hasi. J. F. Elevated Railroads. Sullivan, Donnls W. liayod, Iloward. Stolk, John. Trudo, Samuel H. McKlnloy, Charlos. W'lllluuiH, diaries A. Wolls, Hosoa W. J. Kent Green, Legal Assistant. Roy E. Miller, Cblot Clerk. ILLINOIS CONGRESSMEN District. At large Wllllam E. Mason, Rsp. Richard Yates, Rep. 1 Martln B, Madden, Rep. 2 James R. Mann, Rep. 3 Wllllam W. Wilson, Rep. 1 John W. Ralney, Dem. 5 Adolph J. Snbath, Dem. 6 Janies McAndrews, Dem. 7 Nlels Juul, Rep. 8 Thomas Gallagher, Dem. 9 Fred A. Britten, Rep. 10 Carl R. Chlndblom, Rep. 11 lra C. Copley, Rep. 12 Charles E. Fuller, Rep. 13 John C. McKenzle, Rep. 14 William J. Graham,, Rep. 15 Edward J. King, Rep. 1G Clifford Ireland, Rep. 17 Frank L. Smith, Rep. 18 Joseph G. Cannon, Rep. 19 William B. McKlnley, Rep. 20 Henry T. Ralney, Dem. 21 Loren E, Wheeler, Rep. 22 William A. Rodenberg, Rep. 23 Martin D. Foster, Dem. 24 Thomna 3. Williams, Rep. 25 Edward E. Denlson, Rep. Indicate re-elected. A. R. MARRIOTT, VIco-Prcsldent of the Chicago Title & Trust Company. LOCAL FEDERAL OFFICERS Directory of the Federal Build ing, Clark and Adams Streets. Custom House south wing, fourth floor. Collector. William II. Clare Hpcclnl deputy, John R Ford; naval olllccr, William Brown; deputy ntiuil olllcer, William C llawle Colloctor of Intel nnl Roouuo East wing, fourth floor; colloctor, Julius F. Smletnnka; chief doputy, D. J. Mnhnny; cashier, Frodorlck W, Rccb. Postmastor William B. Carlllo. United States Marshal Rooms 801 and 80G; marshal, John J. Bradloy; chief doputy, Josoph F. Ryan. United States Secret Sorvlce Room 8S1; Thomas I. Porter, chief operator. United States Subtreasury First floor, northwcBt soctlon; assistant treasurer, Robort I. Hunt; cashier, Frank C. Russol). Weather Bureau Fourteenth floor; professor In charge, Henry J. Cox. Buroau of Commorco Room C29; commorclnl agent, Dr. W. C. Hunt ington; radio Inspector, J. F. Dillon. Const Guard Sonlce Room 500; Inspector, Capt. F. J. Haako. Marino Hospital Clarendon and Gracolund nvonuos; surgoon In com mand, Dr. J. O. Cobb. Postofflco Inspector Room 330, James E. Stuart In charge Rallwa Mali Son Ice Third floor, north wing; Capt. E. L. West, super intendent. United StatoB District Attorney Room S2C; Charlos F. Clyno; chlof clerk, William A. Small. Unltod Stntos EnglnoorH Room 508; oirtcor in chargo, Liout.-Col. W. D. Judson, corps of englnoors, U. S, A. Hjdrogiaphlc Ofllco-Room 628; Lieut. A. M. Stcckol In charge. Immigration Bureau Nowborry building, Eldredgo court and Wabash avonuo; inspoctor in chargo, Dr. P. L. Prantls. Inspectors of Steam Vnssols Room 529; Inspector ot hulls, Gustnv E. At kinson; Inspector ot boilers, William Nicholas. Appraiser's Ofllce Harrison and Hhermsn streets; appraiser, W. E. Clare. Coroner Peter M. Hoffman li one ot tho most popular public officials in Illinois. George E. Orcnnan la one ot tn ablost and most popular Democratic leaders In Illinois. His acquaintance with conditions all over tho stato, hli groat clrclo of frlonds and hlo unlm poachnblo democracy are strong ele ment In his auccoii. MWiTOrTDWXr'Blll fTi?d"l t",'tTrjlif "rT""8JJJLJiXMWa BffiCrljii$!lrMH JOSEPH F. HAAS, Popular Recorder of Deeds. CHICAGO PARKS Small Parks and r laygrounda. Special Park Commission (appoint ed by tho major) Aldormon Eugon II. Block (chairman), John J. Cough lln, Oscar Do PrloBt, Edward F. Cul lerton, Joseph H. Smith, Hornian B. Gnadt, Frank J. Link, Max Adamow ski, John Hrubcr. Secretary Walter Wright. Suporintendont of Parks and City Foiosts J. H. Prost. Superintendent of Pluygrounds and Bathing Boachcs Theo. A. Gross. Ortlro of Commission 1004 city hall. . tM Lincoln Park Board. " '" President Francis T. Simmons. VIco president John II. Hnrdln. Auditor Androw LnnquloL Treasurer Frodorlck II. Rawson Socrotnrj and Suporlntondent John C. Cannon. Superintendent of Employment Herman E. Gnndt. Attornoy Koboit R. Baldwin. Mombcrs Francis T. Simmons, Androw Lanqutst, John H. Hardin, William Wrlgley, Jr., Atbort W. Goodrich, Samuel M. Fclton and Dor train M. Winston. t West Chicago Park Board. President John F. Smulskl. Secrotnry Samuol Shapiro. Trcasuror William Ganochow. Auditor Richard J. Powers. Superintendent A. C. Shrador. Suporlntondent of Employment Fred G. Houchllng. Confidential Clork John A. Polka. Attornoy Robert D. Gontzol. Assistant Attornoy Wm. W. Smith. Membors John F. Smulskl, Sam uel Shapiro, William Oanschow, Rich ard J. Powers, William F. Grower, Jens C. Hansen and John I. Uagdzl unns. South Park Board. Prosldont, John Burton Pa) no. Vice- president, Charles L Hutch inson." . i Auditor, Albort Mohr. , Treaauror, William A. Tllden. ""' Secretary, John F. Nell. , Attorney, Roy O. West. Goneral suporintendont, J. F. Fos ter, Suporintendont of Employment, CoL II. C. Carbnugh. Mombors: John Darton Payn Chnrlos L. Hutchinson, John Bain,' L. B. Pattorson and' Albort Mohr. Sheriff Clwilos W. Rotors has con foired a favor on nil low-abiding citi zens, wet and dry, by cleaning out tho blind pigs lu tho county towns. Jacob Lovy, tho well known Twenty-first ward Democratic loader, would mako a good county commissioner. District Attornoy Clyno Is making n good record. iy..