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Grand, 2.
Michigan, 5.730.
Oakwood, .500.
South Park avenue, .250.
Thirty-Third street, .310.
Western avenue, 2.810.



Total for city, 48.734 miles.



ASYLUMS.



Angel Guardian German Orphan 401 Devon
avenue.

Chicago Home for Incurables Ellis avenue
and 56th street.

Chicago Home for Jewish Orphans Drexel
avenue and 62d street.

Chicago Industrial Home for Children 981
North California avenue.

Chicago Industrial School for Girls 4900
Prairie avenue.

Chicago Municipal Lodging House 12 Jeffer-
s5n street.

Chicago Nursery and Half Orphan 175 Bur-
ling street and 855 North Halsted street.

Chicago Orphan 5120 South Park avenue.

Children's Christian Home 2408 South Park
avenue.

Cook County Insane Dunning.

Danish Lutheran Orphan 1183 North Maple-
wood avenue.

Englewood Workroom fo"r Children 6522 La-
fayette avenue.

Epworth Children's Home 2410 North Pauli-
na street.

Erring Women's<Refuge 502* Indiana avenue.

Florence Crittenton Anchorage 1349 Wa-
bash avenue.

Foundlings' Home 114 Wood street.

German Old People's Home Oak Park, 111.

Home for the" Aged West Harrison and
Throop streets.

Home for Aged Jews Drexel avenue and 62d
street.

Home for Aged and Infirm Colored People
610 West Garfield boulevard.

Home for Destitute Crippled Children 46
Park avenue.

Home for the Friendless Vincennes avenue
and 51st street.

Home for Orthodox and Aged Jews Al-
bany and Ogden avenues.

House of Mercy 2834 W abash avenue.

House of the Good Shepherd Orleans and
Hill streets.

Illinois Industrial Home for the Blind-
Marshall boulevard, south of 19th street.

Illinois Industrial School for Girls South
Kvanston.

Illinois Manual Training School Farm Glen-
wood, 111.

Illinois Masonic Orphans' Home 447 Car-
roll avenue.



Lifeboat Rest 423 Clark street.

Marcy Home Newberry avenue and Max-
well street. ,

Martha Washington Home North Western
avenue and Irving Park boulevard.

Methodist Episcopal Old People's Home 975
Foster avenue.

Mission of Our Lady of Mercy 363 Jackson
boulevard.

Newsboys and Bootblacks' Home 1418 Wa-
bash avenue.

Norwegian Old People's Home Avondale
and Ceylon avenues.

Old People's Home 3850 Indiana avenue.

St. Anthony's Orphanage 28 Frankfort
street.

St. John's Home for Boys 3672 Wabash
avenue.

St. Joseph's Home for Aged and Crippled
Schubert street and Hamlin avenue.

St. Joseph's Home for the Friendless 409
May street.

St. Joseph's Orphan Asylum Lake avenue
and 35th street.

St. Joseph's Provident Orphan Asylum.
North 40th avenue, near Belmont.

St. Mary's Home for Children 209 Wash-
ington boulevard.

St. Mary's Training School for Boys Fee-
hanville, 111.

St. Vincent's Infant Asylum and Maternity
Hospital 191 LaSalle avenue.

St. Vincent's Orphan Asylum Schubert
street and Hamlin avenue.

Star of Hope Mission Home 110 Green
street.

Swedish Home of Mercy West Foster ave-
nue, near Lincoln avenue.

Uhllch Evangelical Lutheran Orphan Asylum
221 Burling street.

Washlngtonian Home 566 West Madison
street.

Western German Baptist Old People's Home
1006 North Spaulding avenue.

William Raymond Champlin Memorial Home
for Boys 515 West Adams street.

Workingmen's Home and Medical Mission
1341 State street.

Working Women's Home 429 LaSalle avenue.

Zion Home for Working Girls and Orphan-
age 1306 Michigan avenue.



308



CHICAGO DAILY NEWS ALMANAC AND YEAR BOOK FOR 1903.



CHICAGO WARD BOUNDARIES.
As fixed by the redistricting ordinance of Jan. 7, 1901.



Chicago river, 22d street, lake.
Twenty-second street, Clark, 26tfc, Prince-
ton, 32d, Calumet, 33d, lake.
Thirty-third street, Calumet, 32d, Par-
nell, 39th. lake.

River, Loomis, 31st, Center, 32d place,
Morgan, 33d, Halsted, 33d, Parnell, 32d,
Princeton, 26th, Clark, 22d.
River, Illinois and Michigan canal, West
39th, 1'arnell, 33d, Halsted, 33d, Mor-
gan, 32d place, Center, 31st, Loomis.
Hyde Park town line (39th), State, 51st,
Cottage Grove, 52d, lake.
Fifty-second street, Cottage Grove, 5l8t,
State, 71st, lake.

Seventy-first street, Stony Island avenue
projected through to the intersection of
the east line of sections 26 and 35, town-
ship 37 north, range 14, along said section
line to city limits, 138th street, Indiana
state line, lake.

West 12th, Morgan, 18th, Morgan, river.
West 12th, Lattin, river, Morgan, 18th,
Morgan.

West Taylor, Cypress, 12th, Hoyne, Illi-
nois and Michigan canal, Laflin.
West 12th, Homan, Ogden. Clifton Park
avenue, 24th, Central Park avenue, Illi-
nois and Michigan canal, Hoyne.
Washington, Homan, Kinzie, 40th ave-
nue, 12th street, Western. -
West Chicago avenue, Homan, Washing-
ton, Ashland.

North avenue, Kedzie, Chicago avenue,
Ashland, Division. Robey.
West Pullerton, Robey, Division, river.
West Division, Ashland, Kinzie, river.
West Kinzie, Ashland, Madison, Center,
Van Buren, river.

West Van Buren, Loomis, Taylor, Latllii,
12th, river.

Ashland boulevard, Washington, West-
ern, 12th, Cypress, Taylor, Loomis, Van



Buren, Center, Madison.

21. North avenue, Sedgwick, Division.
Wells, river, lake.

22. North avenue, river, Wells, Division,
Sedgwick.

23. Fullerton, Halsted, Center, Racine,
Clybourn, river, North avenue, lake.

24. Belmont, river, Clybourn, Racine, Cen-
ter, Halsted, Fullerton, Racine.

25. Indian boundary line, Howard, Ridge
road. Devon, Clark, Irving Park boule-
vard (Graceland avenue), Racine, Ful-
lerton, lake.

26. Howard street projected, Kedzie pro-
jected, Devon projected. Western, Bel-
mont, Racine projected, Irving Park
boulevard, Clark, Devon, Ridge.

27. West Devon, 64th projected, city limits,
Bryn Mawr projected, 60th projected.
Irving Park boulevard, 72d projected,
North avenue, Kedzie, Diversey, river,
Belmont, Western.

28. Diversey, Kedzie, North avenue, Robey,
Fullerton, river.

29. West 39th street projected, 48th avenue
projected, 55th street, Halsted.

30. West 39th, Halsted, B5th, State.

31. West 55th, 48th avenue, 87th, Western,
79th, Loomis, 63d, State.

32. West 63d, Loomis. 79th. Western, 107th,
Halsted, 103d, Stewart, 99th, State.

33. Seventy-first, State, 99th, Stewart, 103d,
Halsted. lllth, Peorja. 115th. Ashland.
123d, Halsted, city limits, east line of
sections 35 and 26, township 37 north,
range 14, Stony Island avenue projected.

34. West Kinzie, 46th avenue, 39th street
projected. Illinois and Michigan canal,
Central Park avenue, 24th street, Clif-
ton Park avenue, Ogden, Homan, 12th
street, 40th avenue.

35. West North avenue. Austin avenue. 12th,
46th avenue, Kinzie, Homan, Chicago,
Kedzie.



LEGAL FARES FOR HACKS AND CABS.



Fon TWO-HORSE VEHICLES.
One or two passengers, one mile or less. $1. 00
Each additional mile, one or two pas-
sengers 50

Each additional passenger, same party. .50

By the hour, first hour 2.00

Each additional hour or fraction thereof 1.00

By the day, one or more passengers 6.00

Between railroad stations, one or two

passengers 1.00

FOB OXE-HORSE VEHICLES.
One or two passengers, one mile or less .50
Each additional person, one mile or less .25
Each additional mile, one or two pas-
sengers 25

By the hour, first hour 75

Each additional quarter hour or fraction .20
In parks or beyond city limits, per hour .75
Each additional quarter hour in parks,
etc 25



No charge for children under 5 years of
age. Ordinary baggage carried free. A
cab and carriage service Is maintained by
some of the railroad companies at the prin-
cipal passenger stations. The rates are
fixed and are about the same as those
given above; In some cases they are less.
Between midnight and morning a higher
rate is usually asked.

EXPRESS WAGONS AND TEUCKS.
For loads not exceeding 500 Ibs, 1 mile.. $ 0.50
For each additional 500 Ibs er frac-
tion thereof 25

For household furniture, 1-horse truck

load, two miles or less 1.00

When distance exceeds 2 miles, for

each additional mile 2!

For double truck load within 2 miles.. 3.00
For each additional mile 1.00



MONUMENTS IN CHICAGO.



In Lincoln Park Andersen, Beethoven,
Franklin, Garibaldi, Goethe, Grant. La-
Salle, Lincoln. Linne, Schiller, Shakes-
peare, Signal of Peace, The Alarm:

In Humboldt Park Humboldt, Lelf Ericson,
Renter.

In Union Park Haymarket.

In Garfield Park Victoria.

In Lake Front Park Logan.



Foot of 35th Street Douglas.

Calumet and 18th Fort Dearborn massacre.

FOUNTAINS.
Drake Washington, between LaSalle and

Clark.

Drexel Drexel boulevard and 35th.
Electric Lincoln park.
Rosenberg-^Lake Front park, south end.



MANUFACTURES IN CHICAGO. 399


MANUFACTURES IS CHICAGO.

[Twelfth census. 1900.]
Industries in which the total capital invested does not exceed $50,000 not included.


INDUSTRY.


Estab-
lish-
ments.


Capital.


Wage-
earn-
ers.


Wages.


Cost of
mate-
rials.


Value
of
product.




6
34
8
4
14
9
8
309
50
12
831
74
4
1,079
3S

u

9
38
25
8
20
18
710
22
9
67
1,089
52
5
7
124
24
9
13
13
24
6
1.604
874
1,740
151
25
8
70
64
8
5
15
9
11
126
71
62
33
42

7
M
3
23
14
45
441
6
54
30
289
114
27
4
88
22
5
9
49


W,,(r>:,.:w,

670.403
551.586
93.500
1,162,503
148.947
639.843
193,523
7.229,024
90,853
1.0H8.312
638.7K7
1(54,705
233.938
1.622.102
10S.098
153,432
1.455,227
2,321.743
Itio.oSK)
506,741
226.048
5.940.310
923,282
1,755.472
290.925
2,478,466
58,930
99.145
218,485
4,087,245
6,779.327
704,668
14,481,875
1.490,749
50,900
77,712
4,441,546
12,991.66!)
989.696
2,792,658
5,195.803
472.550
2,270.790
1,203.006
214,055
72.049
171,802
148,129
375,600
516.188
11,216,185
512,455
80,402
70,184
558,426
102.850
278.670
1,619,180
689,480
1,472,100
1,451.985
36.356. 168
306.100
771,251
985,709
498.797
8,014,498
555,464
69,546.376
412,825
624,389
180,821
606.002
6^,444


'10,245
472
132
100

442
202
231
222
4,024
81
1.095
1,149
324
451
2,664
64
292
2,381
2,189
31
430
234
4.423
389
1,536
408
5.027
213
127
253
1,868
6,787
866
7,589
397
36
54
' 6.327
^13,855
4.785
3,988
922
386
2,885
1,293
67
114
329
106
206
614
,5,787
559
314
92
335
183
376
329
201
239
553
* 20.641
311
747
1,744
787
7.843
420
1,924
497
1,559
30
269
127


$5.180.958
217.390
66,193
36,289
153,183
86,137
108,158
114.368
1,947.480
24.3S4
756.015
465,065
121.632
205,8(i4
1,306.988
26,917
94.002
770,810
911,298
21,775
226,466
116,032
2,051.371
186,643
808,089
198.800
2,988.218
89,842
72,708
103.169
1.048.297
3,707,552
497,114
4,473,952
223,015
17.339
26,926
3,416,102
5,551.561
1.659.044
1,399.512
369.337
206.765
868.513
535,484
22.229
38.378
&3.413
39.517
66.515
284.296
2,710.641
289.781
138 JKK5
52,282
1X9.40K
50.431
152,093
169.650
68,715
133.299
24S.092
11,264.544
105.972
340.353
531,484
419,562
3,651.470
205,746
1,1X86.467
262,692
605.826
15,220
180,777
40.002


$10,842,29!)
835.1101
1,200,460
369,125
1,283,787
58,750
892,835
276.118
4.440,436
138,880
718.556
617,719
795,538
Hiti.mi

3,623,044
205.675
204.151
1.427,280
2,517,870
678,663
814,102
148.561
6,56(1.290
77,162
2,042,501
422.183
1,326,533
27.655
111.962
183.024
1,653,252
4,030.158
517.488
13,096.980
740.291
61.130
40.293
6.164,943
17.547,065
1,667.926
4.085,297
9.937.455
610,108
3,892,008
1.822,218
405.437
109,078
101,159
70,720
' 204.810
112,546
4,283.265
613,677
55,487
21.318
90,338
126,920
365.039
998,381
601,242
4,032.388
2,080.08!)
20.0I0.516
1.230.981
1.305.324
2.045,181
710,638
5,323.841
379.424
1.618,724
425.727
1,084.594
1,009.351
1,576,635
95.849


$24.84a649
1.301.465
1,440,657
547,190
3.335,827
197.302
1,300,788
722.294
8,172,998
313,781
2,652.072
1.517,229
1.082.552
1, 206.1%
5,723.126
320,213
398.635
2,923,29!)
4,005.301
675.045
1,311,943
410,804
12,7(8,272
433,956
3,642,571
864,860
13.180,433
203,660
248.451
40(5,933
3,818,612
8,185,431
1.076.440
19.108,085
1,381,570
175,237
111,429
16,466,987
36.094,310
5,499.786
9.208,454
12.612,424
1.005.160
6.711.021
2,838,671
491,269
207,465
394,877
173,2(51
627.438
782,913
11.357,986
1,423.008
317,929
162,925
603.264
220.347
788.119
1,842,500
1,104.163
4,515.480
3,022.685
44.5(51.071
1,766.129
2.409,693
3.834.659
1,877,171
12,344.610
985,605
7,353.796
1,111.338
2,239.629
1,076,803
1,922.184
226,514




Babbitt nietul and solder


Ba^s. other than paper


Baking and yeast powders








Bicycles and tricycles






























Brick and tile
















Cars, steam railroad, shop and repair


Cars, steam railroad
























































Foundry and machine shop products






















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400 CHICAGO DAILY NEWS ALMANAC AND YEAR BOOK FOR 1003.


MANUFACTURES IX CHICAGO.-CoxTlNfED.


INDUSTRY.


Estab-
lish-
ments.


Capital.


Wage-
earn,
ers.


Wages.


Cost of
mate-
rials.


Value
of
product.




19
35

48
9
11

29
9
4
9
3
76
31
4
21
4
24
22
7
37
23
102
95
103
9
89
298
49
26
421
44
7
49
18
7
26
9
21
3
9
13
6
13
1,054
27
10
57
3
168
69
25
11
256
20
39
130
11
777
9
594 .
22
354
5
7
91
15
209
14
8
6
8

49
14
4

28

10

27


$119.a50
2,118,311
321.489
303,611
384,720
99,958
255,345
24.271,764
63,758
1,223.904
318.300
3,696,958
754,122
61.444
191.010
56,200
411,631
4,074.990
447,530
25.524,841
810,555
72.630
1,387.912
3.927,750
16.621.529
2.132.683
2.526,279
528,187
515.521
563,721
344,322
138,408
227,995
172.455
157.100
346.561
601,824
9,138,083
148,500
4,184.433
180,416
1,125,835
110,036
1.007.266
3,075.'.)08
82,575
111.406
222,432
2.225.562
934,218
220,307
14(.527
655.904
359.026
767.905
395.328
2.768.203
1,736.853
708,073
12,540,430
247,145
7,540.588
99,653
53.600
964.326
1,126.777
969,930
176.083
231,000
169,875
592.402
284,072
564.098
114.910
259.540
66,766,468

371.101

i;.:a ;.'.;


123
1,146
429
553
188
14
255
^6,212
45
637
128
2,511
484
54
178
20
664
2,047
166
2,272
627

2.2U
3,477
349
1,713
t. 6,180
596
1.517
1.318
417
170
238
75
79
425
684
,3,373

279
42
524
147
< 3,484
679
162
275
146
783
2,110
140
134
694
661
698
1.009
1,356
2,714
334
f 9,531
53
3,722
107
95
752
830
737
133
147
86
209
160
1,228
136
412
25.141

204

1.484




$76,696
1,120,380
479.406
294.640
536,693
59.173
162,860
22,448,511
50.648
889,143
213,235
4,301,113
801.638
22,667
273,991
98,990
649,037
5,141.618
161,531
2.9.59,052
661.577
43.406
1.581.288
4.041,924
3,678.757
704,383
7,267,087
704,802
1.041.558
1.074.487
260,859
314.747
64.971
173.121
183.163
165,770
436.950
2.292,735
125,402
6.063.8(8
321,857
3,346,113
90.857
1.508.211
4,330.154
83.769
96,063
270,528
1,228.8(8
1,877.054
251.074
115.571
488,356
155,453
1.083.140
4,80,871
867,612
3.373.674
67.356
4,955,114
44,859
2,987,455
73.407
60,082
1.036.017
1.915.123
1,104.638
497,853
129,531
67,069
1,168.023
55.114
928.137
156.292
187.514
211,606,743

6.634,588
5.793.392


$231.828
2.457,965
951,668
589.863
811,339
96,400
579,471
31,461,174
132,796
1,899,430
406.300
7.439.516
1,601.308
89.471
643.938
149.372
1,184.483
6,979.289
361,209
14,956,865
1,403.526
189,429
3.560,242
7.530,387
4,704,636
2,344,671
15,954,527
1.488.027
2.103,124
2.502.331
774,719
519,978
341,788
305,045
304.212
507.293
999.061
5.802.718
186.303
6,935,051
498,992
5,837,853
257,347
5.783,699
5.905,7421
234.3001
434,252
531.063
4.651,888
3,595,663
642,171
366.835
1.771,048
1,060,789
l,769,5Sl
1,528,891
2,150,411
7.781,034
400.077
18,536.364
282,297
13.995.0S1
174.200
143,187
2.007.255
3.5S5.765
1,921.407
747,802
355,025
252,219
1.SKI.409
187.083
1,879.919
:S.22.~>
421.088

21S,S11,9!7

7,715,952
JI.06l.9H9




588,326
213.642
134.719
76.454
8.470
146,775
4,329,342
31.206
379.335
66,900
1,460.792
341,266
17.329
100,744
11,962
231,090
1,080,731
49.929
1,507.577
390.344
35.534
833,057
1,757,960
273,171
862,260
3,631,316
284,203
396,003
414,030
219.466
85.944
142,239
54.373
26.407
213,867
274.881
1,758,781
24,636
150.439
24,930
271,853
68.536
2,243.392
337.165
53,974
18?,847
83,848
321,124
821,771
60.188
58.324
376,539
449.000
213,338
589.955
746,336
2.099.333
176.920
4,674.796
26,857
2.215.534
51.217
40,775
415.315
389.679
374,146
72.142
76.500
34.835
138.556
86,46!'
422,866
91,828
121.644
12,745,756

129.920
531.576




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OF THE CITY.



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INCORPORATED



^Printers, Binders

Color Work a. Specialty

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CHICAGO DAILY NEWS ALMANAC AND YEAR BOOK FOR 1903.



MANUFACTURES IN CHICAGO. CONTINUED.



INDUSTRY.



Soda water apparatus ..................

Sporting goods ...........................

Springs, steel, car and carriage .......

Stamped ware .......... .................

Stationery goods ........................

Steamnttings, heating apparatus ......

Steam packing ...........................

Stencils and brands ....................

Stereotyping, electrotyping ..... . ......

Sugar and molasses, refining ..........

Surgical appliances
Tinsmithing, coppersmithing and sheet-
iron working ...........................

Tobacco, chewing, smoking, snuff .....

Tobacco, cigars, cigarettes .............

Tools, not elsewhere specified .........

Toys and games .............. ..........

Trunks and valises .....................



Ty pef ounding

Typewriters and supplies

Upholstering materials

Varnish

Vinegar and cider

Watch, clock, jewelry repairs

Window shades

Wire work, wire rope and cable

Wood, turned and carved



Total* 19,203



Estab-
lish-
ments.



437
24
798
24
12
19
3
4
11
19
8

365
22
20



Capital.



$226,795
135.502
132,5011
114.760
407,033
3T!t.588
64,750
138.360
343.669
408.262
207,187

4,498.471
839.900

1,3!I8,853
518.180
63,445
680,28y
528.150
857,365
416,416

2,344,728
766.230
249,044

1,105.077
195.740
263,683



Wages.



79.545
43.225

103.169
41.912
87.134

213,835
39,798
53,420



76,044
71,743

1,890.260

205.394

1,431,492

86,768

29,093
369,413
224,740
121,822
163,256
124,688

63.863
197.802
120.967

59,796
282,958



534,000.689 262,621 131.065,337 538 401.518 888,786,311



Cost of
mate-
rials.



$166.588
86.629

210.225
73,637

193,452

470,868
78,155
64.131
93,909
1,116,494

158,088

5.061.480

1,036.759

1,843.531

86,224

35,851

493.139

316.5S2

61.276

390.103

1,259,424

413.483

128.437

1,144.060

154.285

220,494



Value

of
uroiluct.



WHO. 1 29
206.000
408,677
169,744
684,958

1.018,068
231 .093
220,100
673.262

1, 345.761
441,563

8.867,995

3,054,540

5,119.602

278.090

139.756

1,194,813

1,107.112

279. 4SO

815,593

2.190.2(15

(81.003

717,902

I,551.b35

333,357

718,844



*The total includes also all industries not specified in the above table.



MAYORS OF CHICAGO.



Their politics and order and year of election.



NAME.


Party.


Elected


e


NAME.


1
Party.


Elected


1


No.
1. William B.Ogden...
2. Buckner S. Morris. . .
3. Benj. W. Raymond . .
4. Alexander Lloyd
5. Francis 0. Sherman.
6. Benj. W. Raymond..
7. Augustus Garrett
8. Alson S. Sherman . . .
9. Augustus Garrett
10. John P. Chapin
11. James Curtiss
12. Jas. H. Woodworth..
13. Jas. H. Woodworth..
14. James Curtiss
15. Walter S. Gurnee
16. Walter S. Gurnee
17. Charles M . Gray
18. Isaac L. Mil liken
19. LeviD. Boone
20. Thomas Dyer


Democratic . .
Democratic . .
Whig
Democratic . .
Democratic . .
Whig
Democratic . .
Democratic . .
Democratic . .
Whig
Democratic . .
Dem.-Whig .
Dem. Whig .
Democratic . .
Democratic . .
Democratic . .
Democratic . .
Democratic . .
Knownothing
Democratic . .
Democratic . .
Republican . .
Republican . .
Democratic . .


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25. Julian S. Rumsey....




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1892
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1898
1898


26. Francis C.Sherman..
27. Francis C. Sherman..
28. John B. Rice
29. John B. Rice
30. Roswell B. Mason . . .
31. Joseph Medill... .


Democratic . .
Democratic . .
Republican ..
Republican . .
People's
Republican ..
People's
Republican . .
Republican . .
Democratic . .
Democratic . .
Democratic . .
Democratic . .
Republican . .
Democratic . .
Republican ..
Democratic . .
Democratic ..
Republican ..
Democratic . .
Democratic . .
Democratic . .


32. Harvey D. Colvin. . . .
33. Monroe Heath
34. Monroe Heath
35. Carter H.Harrison.Sr
36. Carter H.Harrison.Sr
37. CarterH.Harrison,Sr
38. CarterH.Harrison.Sr
39. John A. Roche
40. Dewitt C. Cregier
41. Hempst'dWashburne
42; CarterH.Harrison.Sr
43. John P. Hopkins
44. George B. Swift
45. Carter H.Harrison.Jr
46. Carter H.Harrison.Jr
47. Carter H.Harrison.Jr


21. John Wentworth
22. John C. Haines
23. John C. Haines
24. John Wentworth



ART INSTITUTE.

(Lake front, foot of Adams street.)

President Charles L. Hutchinson. I Executive Committee Charles L. Hutchln-

Secretary N. H. Carpenter. I son. John C. Black, Martin A. Ryerson,

Treasurer E. A. Harnill. I Charles I). ll:imill. Albert A. Spraguc

Director W. M. R. French. I and VVillinm T. Baker.



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(Lake front, foot of

Post mastor Frederick E. Coyue; room 36;
salary, $6,000.

Assistant Postmaster John M. Hubbard;
room 37; salary, $3,000.

Superintendent O f Mails Maurice J. Me-
Orath; room 56; salary, $2,700.

Superintendent City Delivery Leroy T.
Steward; room 24; salary, $2,700.

Superintendent Registry P. H. Smith, Jr.;
room 1; salary, $2,400.

Superintendent Money Order Division J. B.
Schlossmau; room 31; salary, $2,400.

Cashier Theron W. Bean; room 32; sal-
ary, $2,600.

Secretary Civil-Service Board Peter New-
ton; room 41; salary, $2,000.

Postoffice Inspector James E. Stuart; room

Superintendent' 6th Division, Railway Mail
Service E. L. West; room 67; salary, $2,500.

CARRIER STATIONS.

Central Main postofflce; superintendent, J.

N. McArthur.

Board of Trade 117-119 Quincy street; Wil-
liam J. Major.
Monadnock Monadnock building; J. J. Gar-

rity.
Lincoln Park 649-651 North Clark street;

Canute Matson.
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T. Howard.
C 428-430 West Madison street; George

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