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PUBLIC POLICY PROPOSITIONS.

For state referendum 170,153

Against 27,24?



400
103



50



6,3-19
14,210
1,087



4.6SS
6,343
14,085
1,122



Majority for 142,910

For local referendum 155,423

Against 23,465

Majority for 131,958

For direct vote for United States sen-
ators 172,211

Against 25,930

Majority for 146,281

BOND PROPOSITIONS.
For issue of $500,000 Coak county

bonds 151,434

Against 47,548



Majority for 103,886

For issue of $500,000 Lincoln park

bonds 53,288

Against 15,529

Majority for 37,759

For issue of $1,000,000 south park

bonds 13,766

Against 5,533



Majority for 8,233



CITY DISTRICTS.

*fl. G. Foreman, R... 131,128
*W. H. Thompson, R. 128,599
Chas. A. Raggio, R.... 119,811
*Edwin K. Walker, R.125,549

Anton Novak, R 121,030

*Hennan Ahrens, R... 124, 773
John R. Marshall, R.. 121,272
John W. Belmont, R.125,134
J. V. Vanderbil't, R... 122,209
*John P. Garner, R... 124,736
Kollin B. Organ, D... 119,963
James E. Daley, D... 122,899
Nich. R. Engels, D... 123,355
Timothy Cruise, D... 127,452
Jos. E. Flanagan, D.126,550
Jacob B. Tuielen, D. 125.670
Thomas Gallagher, D. 122, 510

Joseph Grein, T> 121.759

Frank Vavricek, D 120,784

John Budinger. D.... 123,524
Harold Rowntree, Pro. 3,181
Alfred G. Beebe, Pro. 3,256
D. C. Campbell. Pro. 3,196

B. B. Decker, Pro 3,191

John F. Cunneen, Pro. 3,192
A. D. Copeman, Pro.. 3,192
James V. Wilson. Pro. 3,191
H. T. Patterson, Pro. 3.192
Sum'l T. Jacobs, Pro.. 3,191



COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.

G. T. Thorson, Pro 3,199

Wm. J. Berns, S. L... 5,958

H. Gurevitz, S. L 5,935

Chas. A. Swanson, S.L. 5,938
Julius Leavitt, S. L... 5,937
Martin Hansen, S. L.. 5,938
Wm. McDonald, S. L.. 5.937
Aaron J. Dubin, S. L. 5,937
Frank Woida, S. L... 5,937
Charles Knudson, Soe. 13,262

R. T. Sims. Soc 13,231

Max Faller. Soc 13,233

A. W. Lindgren, Soc.. 13.230
J. T. Caulfleld, Soc... 13,225
F. H. Kauckenbecner,

Soc 13,230

James C. Charbon-

neau, Soc 13,230

A. Work. iSoc...! 13,277

James Wright, Soc 13.293

E. A. Gnadt. Soc 13,228

Michael J. Rowan, S. T. 948
P. Cullinan. Jr.. S. T. 941
C. H. Hartman, S. T. 942
J. R. Mendelsohn, S. T. 942
Theophilus Gribi, S. T. 942
E. J. Foord, S. T...... 942

H. H. Hardinge. S.T. 942
Geo. C. Olcott, S. T.. 942



Dan'l T. Sharp, S. T.. 942
C. A. O. Haarvig, S.T. 942

COUNTRY DISTRICTS.

August C. Boeber, R. 12,056
Joseph Carolau, R... 11,414

William Busse, R 11,687

Peter M. Hoffman, R. 12,113
A. Van Steenberg, R. 11,509

John W. Mann, D 5,332

William F. Quick, D.. 5.780

William Gray, D 5,593

James A. T. Hill, D. 5,187

Fred H. Reiber, D 5,269

M. H. Myers, Pro 419

Adam Tait, Pro 550

F. C. Eckmann, Pro.. 421
Geo. W. Hoover, Pro.. 428
David M. Allen, Pro.. 425
W. B. Lockwood. Soc. 599
H. W. Collins. Soc 578

G. W. Wieneke, Soc.. 580
William H. Kays. Soc. 677

Robert Knox, Soc 587

L. E. Maeham, S. T.. 62
G. E. Newell, S. T... 66

S. Fox. S. T 58

Dan'l Wakeman, S. T. 64
Wm. J. Nevin. S. T.. 61

Elected.



ELECTION RETURNS.



363



John J. Coughliu.t Deui 5,361

David L. Frank,* Rep :i,80S

Carl Gezelius, Pro 81

John Couzlemanu, Soc 51

John F. Sheppard, S. T 20

Thomas J. Dixon,* Rep 3,813

Stephen F. Welbasky, 1'ro 79

Hire Wasbrough, Soc 84

Wm. 11. Williamson, luil. Uep 99

J. W. Davis, S. T 88

William a. Jackson.* Kep 2,740

Arthur J. Rosier, Pro 66

George Hazel, S. T 226

William E. Kent.t Dem 3,758

James P. Crowley,* Rep 3,606

George W. Westcott, Pro 66

C. A. Gustafson, Six? 49

William O. Peterson, S. T 16

Robert K. Sloan,* Uep 3,518

Charles Martin.f Dem 3,296

Ralph McGregor, Pro 31

Frank Finsterbach, Soc 64

Charles Kelley, Ind. Dena 71

John A. Swanson. S. T 11

William Mavor,* Rep 3,839

John F. Hanrahan.t Dem 1,022

George W. Somers, Pro 87

C. B. Willems, Soc 69

George J. Foyer, S. T 142

Bernard W. Snow,* Rep 3,660

John C. Behrer,* Dem 1,693

Wm. P. F. Ferguson, Pro 222

S. L. Meyer, Soc 142

J. B. Johnston, S. T 81

John H. Jones,* Rep 2,817

Patrick J. Gorman, f Dem 1,657

Charles Lawrence, Pro 56

T. J. Vind, Soc 629

Amasa E. Conrow, S. T 2.8

Henry L. Fick.f Dem 2,651

Herman E. Miller,* Rep 2,570

Nellis Johnson, Pro 36

John Dietz. Soc 104

Frederick K. Haak, S. T



16.



Edward J. Novak, t Dem 3,022

M Mortimer, Soc 82

John Cervenka,* Ind 2,017

Michael S. Garry.t Ind 413

Herman S. Lelivelt, S. T 21

(To fill vacancy.)

Charles G. Foucek,* Rep 2,896

James M. Higgins,* Dem 2,690

Charles J. Moertel,* Rep 2,866

Fred Rohde.t Dem 2,386

Albert H. Humphrey, Pro !

P. A. Zahlman. Soc 156

Joseph J. Belinski.t Ind. Dem 697

Frank Heidrich, S. T 14

V. E. Cervcny.T Dom 3.166

Charles H. Fitzner,* Rep 2,2-14

William J. Goodman, Pro 42

G. J. Sindelar. Soc 181

Rudolph Wirth. Ind 81

William F. Brennap,* Nonpar 1,868

Luther P. Frlestedt,* Rep 3,874

James H. Perkinson,* Dem 2,002

Hugh W. Matthews, Pro 112

James Lambert, Soc 123

Edward E. Snyder, S. T 43

William T. Maypole,* Dem 3,441

Henry B. Tefft.f Rep 2,683

Holbin S. Turner, Pro 72

Franklin P. Farber, Soc 133

Ambrose A. Worsley, S. T 22

Albert W. Boilfuss.* K<-p 3,676

Charles A. Coles,* Dem 2,251

W. J. Goodspeed. Soc 338

E. E. Harding, S. T 7

Stanley H. Kunz.t Dem 3,209



VOTE FOR ALDERMEN.
Election April 1, 1902.

Ward.

Leon M. Novak,* Rep

Max F. Werber, Pro

George D. Evans, Soc

H. O. Fletcher. S. T

17. William E. Dever,* Dem

Frank Oberndorf.t Rep

John H. Siljander, Pro

E. L. Wochosky, Soc

C. A. O. Haarvig, S. T

18. Michael C. Conlon.t Dem

Ezra A. Cook,* Pro

Marcus H. Taft, S. T

19. John Powers, t Dem

Thomas M. Chalmers, Pro

M. Kaplan, Soc

John J. Kirby,* Ind

Rufus B. Rood,* S. T

20. Nicholas R. Finn,* Dem

Charles E. Hyde,* Rep

A. W. Fairbanks, Pro

John Gilbert, Soc

William D. Tate, S. T

21. John Minwegen,* Dem

Fletcher Dobyns,* Rep

Samuel T. Jacobs, Pro

Charles Ericson, Soc . . ^.

Earl G. Kruinrlne, S. T

22. Michael D. Dougherty,* Dem..

A. E, Gault,* Rep

Carl J. Olsen, Pro

Robert Bauer, Soc

H. A. Herdrich, Ind

P. H. Herdrich, S. T!

John W. Sampson, t Ind. Dem.

23. Ernst F. Herrmann,* Dem

William E. Furness,* Rep

Henry C. Pogram, Pro

R. Holthusen. Soc

Alfred H. Priebe, S. T

24. George K. Schmidt,* Rep

J. T. Hechinger,t Dem

Ira J. Mason, Pro

N. L. Wagner, Soc

Ernest J. Foord, S. T.



25. Alfred D. Williston,* Rep

I. J. Nordlinger.t Dem

E. Lincoln Walker, Pro

George T. Millar, Soc

Theophilus Gribi, S. T

26. William C. Kuester,* Rep

Charles H. Weber,* Dem

Allison W. Augur, Pro

C. A. Gustafson, Soc

Andrew A. Welter. S. T

James Dorney, Ind. Rep

27. Hubert W. Butler,* Rep

Henry Wulff.t Cit

Henry N. Miller,* Dem

John Nate, Pro

Sam Robbing, Soc

Olaf R. Gunderson, S. T

Alex. W. Davison, Ind

28. Walter J. Raymer,* Rep..

Charles J. Holmes,* Dem

Marcus L. Halvorson, Pro

J. W. Bartels, Soc

J. F. Ramp. S. T

29. Thomas Carey,* Dem

George Scbarf.t Rep

Harvey N. Ott, Pro

J. A. Ambroz, Soc

Henry W. Koehler, S. T

30. John J. Bradley,* Dem

Michael G. Walsh, t Rep

David J. Stewart, Pro

R. T. Sims, Soc

James G. Hanahan, Ind

Charles H. Celiske, S. T



..2,290
.. 39
.. 189
.. .17
..4,323
..2,504
.. 78
.. 221
. . 48
..2,617
..1,208
.. 151
. .3,985
.. 85
. 103
. . 192
.. 455
..4,227
..3,820
.. 99
.. 76
.. 18
..3,751
..2,570
.. 109
.. 153
.. 27
..2.548
..2,125
.. 115
. . 257
.. 58
,. 18
.. 775
..3,231
..1,946
. . 106
.. 156
,. 77
..3,317
..2,273
,. 63
.. 117
,. 49
..4,360
,.1,593
,. 127
. 204
. 70
.2,884
,.2,032
. 163
. 230
. 59
. 519
.2,337
,.2,037
.1,476
. 32
. 347
. 19



.3,517
.2,777
. 6,5
. 294
. 12
.3,844
.1,779
. 29
. 291
. 13
.3,626
.3.22S
. 59
. 96
. 422
9



364



CHICAGO DAILY NEWS ALMANAC AND YEAR BOOK FOR 1903.



31. Patrick J. O'Connell,* Dem 3,339

Cassius O. Smith,* Rep 3,283

Milton E. Cornell, Pro 83

P. J. Granberg, Soc 313

Horace S. Snowden, S. T 33

32. Joseph Badenoch,* Rep 3,272

Samuel T. Jenness, Pro 307

W. G. Wehrwein, Soc 304

Lawrence Dean, S. T 218

33. Ernest Bihl.* Rep 3,648

John C. Finn, Dem 1,879

Peter Storms. Pro 83

John T. Caulfield. Soc 577

Frank Sweeney, S. T 24



34. Jonathan Ruxton. Sr..* Rep 2,221

John H. Maney,* Dem 2,039

Edward C. Parkhurst, Pro 49

H. P. Kensch, Soc 41

Joseph G. Milbach, Ind 61

Edward G. Da vies, S. T 12

35. Thomas M. Hunter,* Kep 2,247

Thor A. Thorsen, Pro 114

O. A. Ralph, Soc 186

A. F. Robbers, t Ind 795

Eugene Drummond. S. T 36

*Indorsed or commended by the Municipal
Voters' league. tOpposed or not indorsed
by the league.



NOETH TOWN,
ior

Dem. A. J. Ernst 9,529

Rep. Arthur R. Wolf.8,648

Pro. John Clark 390

Supervisor



VOTE FOR TOWN OFFICERS.*

Election April 1, 1902.

Dem. T. J. O'Meara. 39,422 R. R. A. Cockebeen.10,391
Rep. George H. Park.39,2.8 Soc. A. W. Marrow.. 1,003
Pro. Frank H. Booth 1,152 Collector
Soc. L. Carl Peterson 1,077 Dem. Thomas Tobin. 11,109

Soc. John Collins 2,606 Rep. Michael Gapa.. 10,820

Town Clerk Soc. Chas. F. Lawrie 1,037



D. M. E. Stone, Jr. ..9,791 Rep. Wm. T. Arben. 39,157 Town Clerk

R. Arthur W. Turner.8,482 D. Thos. Kasparski.. 36,645 D. John H. Smolka. 11,169

Pro. George Lester... 395 Pro. W. W. JWait... 1,157

Soc. George Warren.. 688

Collector-
Dem. John E. Baynes.9,759

Rep. Chas. Harpel 8,630 Assesso.

Pro. Oliver Sanford... 397 Rep. John W. Olson.12,304
Soc. Max Faller 686 Dem. Gervltt Otto... 6,002

Town Clerk Pro. Robert Greer 474

D. A. H. Potthoff 9.667 Supervisor



R. O. H. Helander... 8,597 Rep. Louis J. Levy. .12,105
Pro. G. E. Henschen.. 389 Dem. Al. Schaffner.. 6,054

Soc. John Mork 653 Pro. J. A. Crawford. 469

SOUTH TOWN. Soc. A. J. Neilson 1,237

Assessor Collector

D. J. W. Richards.. 15,840 Rep. Samuel L. Dille.12.107
Rep. A. J. Pflaum...l3,813 Dem. John Colbert... 5,950
S. L. John Helgren.. 281 P. Wm. F. Mulvihill 437

Soc. S. C. Yoemans... 332 Soc. J. Osterling 1,247

Supervisor Town Clerk

Dem. M. Schoenwald.15,528 Rep. Ernst M. Cross.12,345
Rep. James A. Page. 14,217 Dem. Thos. Scanlan. 5,765
S. L,. John Anderson. 258 p. F. B. L. Squiers. 408

Soc. M. Becher 327 S. Chas. L. Stilhoff.. 1,240

Collector TOWN OF CALUMET.
Dem. H. Homer, Jr.15,604 Assessor
R. J. D. Shelhamer.. 13,910 Rep. Frank Skiller. . 1,673
S. L. Michel Hiltner. 266 Dem. Wilmer Bishop 662
Soc. H. A. Harrison. 329 Supervisor-
Town Clerk Rep. L. T. Goe 1,721

D. John Bloechinger. 15,528 Dem. Henry Quado.. 542
R. Benjamin Bagby.. 13,884 Soc. Thos. F. Green.
Soc. L. George Gates. 261 Collector
334



Rep. Simon J. Heck. 10,675

Soc. L. Gus Larson.. 1,097 Soc. John Sutkievicz. 988
Soc. L. A. Mitchell.. 2,570 TOWN OF LAKE VIEW.

TOWN OF HYDE PARK. ASSeSSOF

R. R. L. Wernecke.. 8,501
D. John Heidelmeior. 4,945
P. Richard Berryman 336
Soc. John Kaiser 535

Supervisor



Rep. F. W. Johnson 8,419
Dem. Oscar 0- Smith 4,910
P. Glaus L. Askelof. 331
Soc. August Peterson 559

Collector

Rep. Ohas. H. Wilson 8.311
D. Lawrence Pietsch. 5,083
Pro. John E. Rastall. 338
Soc. Chas. L. Jensen. 562

Town Clerk

R. R. E. Kleeman... 8,375
D. Fred L. Becker.. 4,815
P. Ernest L. Vogel... 328
Soc. B. A. Wester... 553

TOWN OF JEFFERSON.

Assessor

Rep. N. D. Calkins.. 2,826
Soc. James H. Bard.. 485

Supervisor

Rep. John F. Kamen. 2,832
S. J. Z. Chabonneau.. 481
196 Collector

R. Wm. F. Haussen. 2,878



Soc. John Johnston.. 334 R. Dirk W. Jellema. 1,740 Soc. Eric Ostron 484

WEST TOWN. D. C. A. VanRaalte. 544 Town Clerk

Assessor Soc. N els Anderson.. 196 R. Oluf C. Pederson. 2,813

R c. A. Schumacher.39,430 Town Clerk Soc. George Jansen.. 489

D C F Grlebner... 38,879 R. Ed. F. Bradley.. 1,675 *Did not take office. Posi-
Pro. Otto F. Garner. 1,203 D. Benjamin Elser..
Soc L. Henry Sale.. 1,128 Soc. Christ Peterson.

Collector TOWN OF LAKE.

Dem. John Hruby... 39,777 Assessor-
Rep. Henry Lewis... 39,179 " T '



608 tions abolished by law of
190 May 11, 1901. Township pow-
ers in Chicago are vested in
the city council, the ciiy
Dem. John Schubert.ll, 525 clerk is ex-officio town cler



Pro _c Foster Ellis. 1|186 R. P. H. Webber, Jr.10,523 and assessor and the county

S. L. William Berns. 1,042 Soc. Phil Flohr 1,038 treasurer of Cook county is

g oc j Weiss 2,535 Supervisor ex-officio town collector and

Supervisor Dem. Michael Bauer.11,406 supervisor.

VOTE ON PUBLIC MEASURES.
Election April 1, 1902.



TOWNSHIP ABOLITION.

For, 64,721; against, 10,506.

REFERENDUM PROPOSITIONS.*

Municipal ownership of street railways:
For, 142,826; against, 27,998.



Municipal ownership of gas and electric

lighting plants: For, 139.999; against,

21,364.
Nomination of candidates for city offices by

direct vote of the people at primaries:

For. 140,086: against, 17.654.



Expressions of opinion merely; not of legal effect.



ILLINOIS CIVIL LIST.



State of JHltnotjj.
CIVIL LIST.

(Corrected to Dec. 1, 1902.)



Executive Department.

Gov. Richard Vales, K 16,000

Lieut.-Gov. W. A. Northcott, K., Bond
county 1,000

Sec. of State James A. Kose, It., Pope
county 3,500

Auditor Jauies S. McCullough, K., Cham-
paign county 3,500

Treas. Fred A. Busse, K., Cook county. . . 3,500

Supt. of Pub. lust' n Alfred Bayliss, K.,
LaSalle county 3,500

.4f/.-Gm.-llowlandJ. Hamlin, R., Shel-
by county 3,500

Trustees rtf the Un ire raitti Mrs. Laura B.
Evans. K.,Taylorville: Wm B. McKin-
ley, li., Champaign; L. H. Kerrick, R.,
Blo< "



loomington



Ins. Supt. Henry Yates, Springfield ...... 3,500

AAj.-Oen Jas. B. Smith, Clay City ........ 3,000

The Supreme Court.

The Supreme court consists of seven judges,
elected for a term of nine years, one from
each of the seven districts into which the
state is divided. The election is held In June
of the year in which any term expires.
Justices.

Dlst (Salary $7 ,000.) Term expires.



1. Carroll C. Boggs ....... Fairfleld....June

2. James B. Ricks ......... Taylorville.Juue

3. Jacob W.Wilkin ....... Danville.... June



4. Joseph N. Carter ...... Quincy

5. John P. Hand .......... Cambri



June



idge.June



6. James H. Cartwright.. Oregon ...... June

7. Benj. D. Magruder .... Chicago ..... June
Itepdrtei Isaac N. Phillips.

Clerk Christopher Mamer.

Terms of court are held in Springfield, com-

mencing on the first Tuesday in February,

April, June. October and December.

University of Illinois.

(Board of trustees.)

Ex-Officio Members The Governor, the Pres-
ident of the State Board of Agriculture, the
State Superintendent of Public Instruction.
A. F. Nightingale, Pres. . .Chicago ........... 1905

Thomas 3. Smith .......... Champaign ....... 1903

F. M. McKay ............... Chicago .......... 19l

Mary Turner Carriel ...... Jacksonville ..... 1903

K. L. Hutch ................. Spring (irove. ... 1905

Alex. McLean ............. Macomb .......... 1907

Siimuel A. Bullard ........ Springfield ....... 19(>7

Alice A. Abbott ........... Urhana ........... l'.*>7

Carrie T. Alexander ...... Belleville ........ 1907

( Kx-otlicio members as above.)

BMsfnrx* Matiatjer Prof. S. W. Shattuck,
Champaign.
Board of Trustees Northern Normal University.

Located at Delvalb.
A. A. Goodrich. Pres ...... Chicago ........... 1904

J. J. McLailen. .Sec ......... Aurora ............ 190U

Isaac L. Ellwood .......... UeKulb ........... 1904

William A. Meese ......... Rock Island ..... 1902

K. S. Kerrand ............. Dixon ............ 1904

Alfred Bayliss.e.uojicio ..Springfield.

Board of Trustees Eastern Illinois State Nor-

mal School.

Located at Charleston.
W. L. Kester, Pres ....... Kansas ........... 1903

John H. Marshall, Sec ..... Charleston ........ 1905

JohnS. Culp ............... Bethalto .......... 1905

C. H. Austin ............... Elizabethtown . .19i>3

H. <;. VanSandt ........... Montrose ......... 1903

Alfred Bayliss, cr nthr'm . .Springfield.



Board of Trustees Southern Illinois Normal

University.

Located at (Jarbondale. Te
S. P. Wheeler, Pres Springfield 1903

E. J. Ingersoll, Sec Carbondale 1UU!

H. H. Beckemeyer Buxton 1903

F. C. Vandervoort Bloomington 1905

W. S. Phillips Ridgway 1905

Alfred Bayliss, e.c ojticio. .Springfield.

President D. B. Parkinson, Carbondale.
Board of Education.

President V acant.

Secretary and Ex-Ojftcio Member Alfred
Bayliss, Springfield. 1903.

Treasurer F. D. Marquis, Bloomington.

Enoch A. Gastman Decatur 1901

Chas. L. Capen Bloomington 1901

William R. Sandhani Wyoming 1902

E. R. E. Kimbrough Danville 1901

Mrs. Ella F. Young Chicago 1907



Wm. H. Hainline Macomb.



.1907



Forrest F. Cook Galesburg 1902

M. W. Shanahan Chicago 1902

Jacob L. Baily Macomb. ...1902

George B. Harrington Princeton 1901

P. R. Walker Rockford 1907

* rank Horn Du Quoin 1907

Joseph L. Robertson Peoria 1907

B. O. Willard Rushville 190f>

J.Stanley Brown Rockford 1907

Trustees of the Historical Library.

Hiram W. Beckwith Danville.

Edmund J. James Chicago.

George W. Black Springfield.

Librarian Mrs. J. P. Weber.
Illinois Institution for the Education of the

Blind.
Trustees. Located at Jacksonville.

John A. Brown Decatur 1907

C.H.Babb Homer 1905

Geo. W. Moore Arnold 1903

Superintendent Joseph H. Freeman.

Treasurer William M. Morrissey.
Industrial Home for the Blind.
Located at Chicago.

John D. James, Pres Chicago 1903

William Ludewig Chicago 1903

William Barclay Chicago 1903

Isadore Blumenthal, Sec.. Chicago 1903



.1903



Belle Hy man Chicago

Institution for the Deaf and Dumb.
Located at Jacksonville.

Theodore M. King Paxton..., ...1907

W. W. Watson Barry 1905

F. H. Wemple Waverly 1903

Superintendent Dr. J. C. Gordon.

Eye and: Ear Infirmary.
Located at Chicago.

Dr.W.T.Montgomery,Pr. .Chicago 1905

Frances B. Phillips Bloomington ...1903

Dr. A. K. Prince Springfield 1907

Superintendent C. T. Garrard.
Treasurer Arthur B. Fleager.

Institution for Feeble-Minded Children.
Located at Lincoln.

John F. Regan, Pres Mt . Sterling 1907

Ed Stubblefield McLean 1903

Jacob F. Swank Forreston 1905

SniH'i-intfndfnt-8. H. McLean, M. D.
Tri'tiHiiri r John T. Foster.



366



CHICAGO DAILY NEWS ALMANAC AND YKAlt BOOK FOR 1SXK.



Central Hospital for the Insane.
Trustees. Located at Jacksonville. Term expires.
Henry Miner, Pres Winchester 1905

F. W. Menke Quincy 190?

W. L. Fay Jacksonville 1907

Superintendent- H. B. Carriel, M. JO.
Treasurer Annie C. Dickson.

Eastern Hospital for the Insane.
Located at Kankakee.

Wm. E. Murphy Tuscola 1305

Len Small Kankakee 1903

Almet Powell Gilman 1905

Superintendent Dr. J. C. Corbus.
Treasurer C. R. Miller.

Northern Hospital for the Insane.

Located at Elgin.
Jas. B. Lane, Pres Elgin 1903

C. vV. Marsh DeKalb 1903

W. S. Bullock Waukegan 1901

Superintendent-'DT. F. S. Whitman.
Treasurer DelmontE. -Vood.
Secretary E. II. Wellinghoff.

Southern Hospital for the Insane.
Located at Anna.

H.H. Kohn Anna 1905

John Lynch Olney 1907

W. H. Wood Cairo 1903

Superintendent R. F. Bennett, M. D.
Treasurer John B. Jackson. Jacksonville.
Western Hospital for the Insane.
Located at Watertown.

D. E. Munger. ... ...Princeton 1903

Frank W.Gould Moline 1901

Allan W. Clement Chicago 1905

Superintendent W . E. Taylor.
Treasurer Cornelius V. Lynde. Watertown.
Asylum for Incurable Insane.
Located.at Peoria.

S. O. Spring, Pres..- Peoria.

K. M. Whitman, Sec Aledo.

E. H.Thomas, M.D Argenta.

Treasurer Dr. W. T. Sloan.
Superintendent -Dr. W. E. Taylor (acting).
Chief Clerk James R. Conway.

Soldiers and Sailors' Home.
Located at Quincy.

Gen. John C. Black Chicago 1907

Judge J. B. Messick East St. Louis. ..1905

Maj. C. W. Hawes Rock Island 1903

Superintende?it Capt. William Somerville.
Treasurer Egbert H. Osborn.

Soldiers' Orphans' Home.
Located at Normal.

Benson Wood Effingham 1905

W. G. Cochran Sullivan 1907

N. B. Thistlewood Cairo 1903

Superintendent R. N. McCauley.
Treaswrei^-J. O. Wilson.

Soldiers' Widows' Home.
Located at Wilmington.

Jas. R. Campbell McLeansboro 1905

Walter C. Newberry Chicago 1901

Mrs. Martha K. Baxter... Pawnee 1906

Mrs. Christian Erickson . .Chicago 1901

Mrs. Margaret I. Samles. Chicago 1905

Superintendent Mrs. Flo Jamison Miller.
Treasurer A. J. Mclntyre.

State Reformatory.
Manage^ Located at Pontiac.

Rev. Samuel Fallows Chicago 1901

Chas. A. Purdunn Marshall 1903

II. F. Aspinwall Freeport 1905

G. DeF.Kinney Peoria 1907

Albert E. Isley Newton 1911

Superintendent M. M.Mallary
State Entomologist.

Prof. S. A. Forbes Urbana.

State Food Commissioner.
A. H. Jones Robinson 190(5



Home for Juvenile Female Offenders.

Located at Geneva. Term expires.

H. C. Whittemore, Pres. . .Sycamore 19U4

Alia R. Dow, Sec Geneva 1904 !

Jas. P. Fletcher Ridge Farm.. .19i2i

Victoria M. Richardson.. .Princeton... ...1U01

Mrs. F.J. Howe Chicago 1904

Superintendent^- Ophelia L. Amigh.

State Board of Agriculture for 1901-1902.
President Martin Conrad, Chicago.
Vice-Presidents

1. Ira McCord Bftie island.

2. Win. E. Skinner Chicago.

3. Vacant.

4. F. C. Rossicer Chicago.

5. James Frake Chicago.

6. Jacob F. Rehm Chicago

7. H. J. Cater Libert yville.

8. C. F. Dike Nunda.

9. A. J . Lovejoy Koscoe.

10. E. B. David Aledo.

11. George H. Madden Mendota.

12. J. A. Cunningham Hoopeston.

13. C. A. Tatman Monticello.

14. D. W. Vittum Canton.

15. A. D. Barber Hamilton .

16. C. M. Simmons Griggsville.

17. J. F. Prather Williamsville.

18. W. A. Young Butler.

19. J. K. Dickerson Lawrenceville.

20. John M. Crebs Carmi.

21. T.S.Marshall Salem.

22. J. C. Chapman. Vienna.

Illinois Farmers' Institute.
Created by Act of June 24, 1895. Term, 2 years.
President J. H. Coolidge. Galesburg.
Vice-President H. G. Easterly, Carbondale.
Treasurer A. P. Grout, Winchester.
Sec. and Supt. of Institutes A. B. Hostetter,
Springfield.

BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
Ex officio.

State Superintendent of Public Instruction
Alfred Bayliss, Springfield: President State
Dairymen's Association, Joseph Newman,
Elgin; Dean of College of Agriculture,
Eugene Davenport, Urbana; President State
Board of Agriculture. Martin Conrad, Chi-
cago; President State Horticultural Society,
H. M. Dunlap, Savoy.

Dist. Elective by Congressional Districts.

1. C.P.Reynolds Chicago.

2. B. R. Pierce Chicago.

3. Merrill K . Sweet Glen wood.

4. W.M.Manley Chicago.

5. Vacant.

. F. C. Rossiter Chicago.

7. James Frake Chicago.

8. John M. Clark Chicago.

9. Jacob F. Rehm Chicago.

10. H. D. Hughes Antioch.

11. Judson P. Mason Elgin.

12. B. F. Wyman Sycamore.

13. A. F. Moore Polo.

14. E. N. Cobb Monmouth.

15. J.H. Coolidge Galesburg.

16. Ralph Allen Delavan.

17. 8. Noble King Bloomington.

18. F.I.Mann Gilman.

19. E. E. Chester Champaign.

20. A. P. Grout Winchester.

21. Edward Grimes Raymond.

22. E. W. Burroughs Edwardsville.

23. Fred C. Goodrow Salem.

24. Israel Mills Clay City.

25. H. G. Easterly Carbondale.

Canal Commissioners.
Office at Lockport.
(Salary $5 a day.)

William R. Newton Yorkville 190!!

C. E. Snively Canton 19U1

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Illinois State Horticultural Society (1902).

Created by Act of March 24, 1874.
President Henry M. Dunlap, Savoy.
Vice-l'rfsi<lfnt - \l. A. Aldrich. Neoga.
Secretary !< R. Bryant. I'rincet9n.
Treasurer J. W. Stanton, liichview.
EXECUTIVE BOARD.

Henry M. Dim lap Savoy State.

L. H. Bryant Princeton State.

J. L. Hartwell Dixon Northern.

II. T. Thompson Marengo Northern.

lienry C. Cupp Fall Creek Central.

(J. J. Foster Normal Central.

K. B. Thompson Mokanda Southern.

J. W. Stanton Kichview Southern.

Illinois State Poultry, Pigeon and Pet Stock

Association.

President M. W. Summers, Curran.
Vice- President Dr. F. A. Gelder, Palmyra.
Secretary E. E. Ellsworth, Danville.
Tri'<iniim S. T. Jones, Williamsvllle.
Superintendent A. L. Moore, Normal.

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.

S. T. Jones Williamsville.

F. A. Gelder Palmyra.

Mrs. G. M. Handy Hoopeston.

J . A. Luland Springfield.

Board of Arbitration.
(Salary $1,500 per annum.) Termeipires.

Vacancy 1905

C. B. Geiger Ashley 1905

Walter A. Mathis Clinton 1906

Secretary J. McCan Davis, Springfield.
State Supervising Architect.

B. B.Watson Chicago 1903

Board of Examiners of Architects.

N. Clifford Kicker Urbana 1905

H. B. Wheelock Chicago 1903

Fridolln Oswald Alhambra 1905

Peter B. Wight Chicago 1905

William 11. Reeves Peoria 1903

Commissioners of Public Charities.
(No compensation. )



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