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S. Watts.
Carpenter Street 291-293 North Carpenter

street; Peter Noer.
Wicker Park 1263-1265 Milwaukee avenue;

C. W. Worthington.
Logan Square 1911-1913 Milwaukee avenue;

James Stott.

Pllsen 671-673 Loomis street; J. F. Jabin.
Armour 3217 State street; H. Blattner.
Stock Yards 4193 Halsted street; H. C.

Smale.

22d Street 90 22d street ; E. J. Beach.
M 40th street and Cottage Grove avenue;

J. J. Healy.
Hyde Park 324 55th street; W. E. Crum-

backer.

Jackson Park 455 63d street; H. Z. Eaton.
Englewood 549-551 West 63d street; J. E.

Vreeland.
Auburn Park 606 West 79th street; J.

Hardacre.

Grand Crossing 1143 75th street; W. Arens.
South Chicago 9210 Commercial avenue; P

T. O'Sullivan.
D Jackson boulevard and Canal street; H.

H. Henshaw.

Mlllard Avenue Millard and Ogden ave-
nues; John Davy.
Brighton Park 3473-3479 Archer avenue; J.

Richak.
Ravenswood 1250 Ravenswood park; W. H.

Hussander.

Winnemac 2536 Lincoln avenue; M. M. Pot-
ter.
Edgewater 1203 Bryn Mawr avenue: W. R

Rennacker.

Rogers Park 4796 North Clark street; Her-
man Lieb.
Douglas Park 580 Western avenue ; A. Lam-

mey.



Washington street.)

Pullman 4 Arcade building; J. F. Collins.
West Pullman 12005 Halsted street; H. H.

Van Evra.
Riverdale 13565 Indiana avenue; G. A.

Ernst.

Hegewisch 13303 Erie avenue; Frank Lonn.
Washington Heights 1360 West 103d street;

W. D. Giesman.

Elsdon 3533 West 51st street; W. E. Withall.
Chicago Lawn 3520 West 63d street; F. Bos-
worth.
Irving Park 1159 Irving Park boulevard; H.

W. Graham.
Jefferson 4303 Milwaukee avenue; E. Will

mann.
Norwood Park 3470 Avondale avenue; G.

W. Van Denburgh.
Dunning 2684 West Irving Park boulevard;

L. E. Taylor.
Mont Clare 3315 West Fullerton avenue;

John Andrews.

Oragin 2684 Grand avenue; David R. Bar-
more.
Ashburn 8254 Central Park avenue; C. C.

Spaids.
Austin Lake street and Waller avenue;

H. T. Robertson.
Dauphin Park 9033 Cottage Grove avenue-

P. K. Ryan.
East Side 9904 Ewing avenue, W. G. Seborg.

STATIONS WITHOUT CARRIERS.

Crilly 167 Dearborn street; superintendent,
C. Reuter.

Masonic Temple 51 State street; G. D
Stamper.

South Water 15 LaSalle street; C. H.
Gentry.

Stock Exchange Washington and LaSalle
streets; A. L. McCombs.

Bush Temple 247 East Chicago avenue;
Charles M. Haven.

In addition to the above there are 197 sub-
stations served from the carrier stations
and each with a clerk in charge.

There are 1,927 clerks in the main postofflce
and stations and 1,473 carriers and col-
lectors.

POSTAL RECEIPTS.
Years ended June 30.

1902. 1901.

Stamps and cards.. $7, 106, 962. 50 $6,320,731.50

Envelopes 831,895.18 756,996.97

N. and P.* postage. 580,876.60 578,578.12

Postage due 47,899.00 41,037.58

Box rent 6,653.36 6,698.53

Waste paper, etc... 2,169.47 2,314.54



Total 8.576,456.11 7,706,357.24

Increase in 1902, 11.29 per cent.
Newspaper and parcel postage.

EXPENDITURES.

19112. 1901.

Clerk hire $1,373,437.82 $1,225,587.32

Free delivery 1,496,627.62 1,403,546.26

Special delivery 38,059.28 32,194.78

Miscellaneous bill... 151.607.97' 137,614.38
Postmaster 6,000.00 6,000.00



Total 3,065,732.69 2,804,942.74

Increase in expenses In 1902, 9.29 per cent.
Expenses were 35.74 per cent of receipts.
Clerk hire was 16.01 per d'nt of receipts.
Free delivery was 17.45 per cent of re-
ceipts.



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for Engines. Special Attention Given to Newspaper Work.

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CHICAGO DAILY NEWS ALMANAC AND YEAR BOOK FOH 1903.



MONEY-ORDER BUSINESS (1902).

Domestic orders issued, $717,633.11.

International orders issued, $255,106.65.

Total fees, $7,572.

Certificates of deposit issued, $46,439,772.72.

Domestic orders paid, $33,388,410.95.

International orders paid, $487,996.97.

Money orders repaid, $6,193.99.

Advanced to stations per acknowledgment
of funds, $119,730.

Transferred to credit of postmaster-gen-
eral, $13,368,000.

Auditor's error circulars (dr. and cr.),
$339.23.

Certificates- of deposit received, $78.04.

Total, $94,790,833.66.

Increase in transactions over 1901, 970,792,
or 19.84 per cent.

Increase in amount, $19,406,243.57. or 25.74
per cent.

REGISTRY DIVISION.

Letters registered with fee prepaid, 509,3*0.

Parcels registered with fee prepaid, 353,107.

Registered letters received for delivery,
1,266,471.

Registered parcels received for delivery,
189,467.

Registered letters and parcels received for
distribution, 137,756.

Registered' packages received (with mat-
ter for city delivery), 1,170,766.

Registered packages received in transit,
1,251,770.

Registered packages made up and mailed,
749.136.

Through registered pouches and inner
sacks received, 107,033.

Through registered pouches and inner
sacks made up and dispatched, 103,501.

Through registered pouches and inner
sacks received in transit, 5,475.



Official letters and parcels registered free,
73,678.

Total number of registered article*
handled. 5,917,510.

Increase in 1902 over 1901, 6^0,609 pieces,
or 12.13 per cent.

DELIVERY DIVISION.

Mail letters received for delivery, 131,-
872.169.

Local letters received for delivery, 108,-
272,966.

Mail letters received at stations for de-
livery, 63,925,567.

Local letters received at stations for de-
livery, 32,051,640.

Total number of letters received for de-
livery, 326,122,342.

Number pieces of newspapers, circulars,
etc., received for delivery, 93,289,344.

Grand total number of pieces of all classes
of matter received for delivery, 419,411,686.

MAILING DIVISION.
Mails handled in the mailing division
during the fiscal year ended June 30, 1902:

Pounds. Pieces.

Letters 10,272,300 410,892,000

Special delivery 7,502 225,065

Nixies* 186,886 4,672,148

Second class 58,107,678 232,430,712

Third and fourth class.. 26,773,240 107,092,960

Total 95,347,606 755,312.885

Increase 3,712,753 70,322,646

Per cent of increase In weight, 4.05; per
cent of increase in number of pieces, 10.27.
Proportion of errors in handling mail, .01
per cent.

*Mail with insufficient postage, misdi-
rected, etc.



POSTMASTERS OF CHICAGO.



No.

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

7.

8.

9.
10.
11.
12.



Name. Appointed.

Jonathan Nash Bailey 1831

John S. C. Coates 1832

Sydney Abell 1837

William Stuart 1841

Hart L. Stewart 1845

Richard L. Wilson 1849

George W. Dole 1850

Isaac Cook 1853

William Price 1857

Isaac Cook : 1858

John L. Scripps 1861

Samuel Hoard 1865



IHed.

1850
1868
1863
1878
1883
1856
1860
1886
1885
1886
1866
1881



No. Name. Appointed.

13. Thomas O. Osborne 1866

14. Robert A. Glllmore 1866

15. Francis T. Sherman 1867

16. Francis A. Eastman 1869

17. John McArthur 1872

18. Francis W. Palmer 1877

19. Solomon C. Judd 1885

20. Walter C. Newberry 1888

21. James- A. Sexton 1889

22. Washington Hesing 1893

23. Charles U. Gordon 1897

24. F. E. Coyne 1901



Died

is'67



1899
1897



ONE DAY'S TRAINS IN CHICAGO.



More than 1,400 passenger trains, through
and suburban, arrive at and depart from
the six principal railway passenger stations
of Chicago in the course of each twenty-four
hours. The number varies with the seasons
and the demands of the traffic, but the ap-
pended: figures are at least approximately
correct according to the summer schedule In
force in 1902:

Station. Trains.

Illinois Central 502

Chicago & Northwestern 340



Station. Trains.

Union 248

Van Buren street 187

Dearborn 123

Grand Central 15

Total 1,416

At other great stations:

Grand Central. New York 600

Terminal, Boston 801

North Union, Boston 620

Union, St. Louis 280



TUNNELS UNDER THE CHICAGO RIVER.



Washington Street Built, 1867-1869; length

1.605 feet; cost, $517,000.
LaSalle Street Built, 1869-1871; length,

1,890 feet; cost, $566,000.



Van Buren Street Built, 1891-1892; length.

1,514 feet: cost, $1,000,000.

All the tunnels used for street-railway
purpose's.



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CHICAGO DAILY NEWS ALMANAC AND YEAH BOOK FOH 1903.



CHICAGO CLUBS AND CLUBHOUSES.



Ashland 575 Washington boulevard; pres-
ident, Dr. C. St. Glair Drake; secretary,
William G. Oliver.

Bryn Mawr 7149 Jeffery avenue; president,
H. L. Sayler; secretary, Robert Allen.

Builders' 412-418 Chamber of Commerce
building; president, Elliott W. Sproul;
secretary, Edward Kirk, Jr.

Calumet -^Michigan avenue and 20th street;
president, Charles J. Barnes; secretary,
George H. Taylor.

Caxton 203 'Michigan avenue; president,
George S. Payson; secretary, Frederick
W. Gookin.

Chicago Athletic Association 125 Michigan
avenue; president, Henry F. Friuk; sec-
retary, George Ade.

Chicago Automobile 243 Michigan avenue;
president, F. C. Donald; secretary, B.
C. Buxton.

Chicago Club Michigan avenue and Van
Buren street; president, Arthur J. Caton;
secretary, F. Willis Rice.

Chicago Whist Masonic Temple; president,
George P. Welles; secretary, A. It. Met-
calfe.

Chicago Woman's 203 Michigan avenue;
president, Mrs. Otto H. Matz; correspond-
ing secretary. Harriet A. Fox.

Chicago Yacht Foot of Monroe street, outer
harbor; commodore, Charles R. Thorne;
secretary, Charles E. Fox.

Colonial Club of Chicago 4445 Grand bou-
levard; president, William R. Parker;
secretary, Henry W. Helm.

Columbia Yacht Lake front, foot of Ran-
dolph street; commodore, Fred A. Price;
secretary, H. P. Slmonton.

Columbus 43 and 45 Monroe street; presi-
dent, David F. Bremner; secretary, Har-
old Hayes.

East End 5048 Washington avenue; presi-
dent, Murray F. Tuley; secretary, Wil-
liam Dickey.

Englewood M,en's Club 6323 Harvard ave-
nue; president, E. L. .Miller; secretary,
J. Grant Teller.

Englewood Woman's Club 6323 Harvard
avenue; president, Mrs. Josephine A.
Chandler; secretary, Mrs. Blanche O.
Salmon.

Germania 643 North Clark street; presi-
dent, Gustave F. Fischer; secretary ,
Walter R. Michaelis.

Hamilton Northwest corner Clark and
Monroe streets; president, Theodore K.
Long; secretary, W. Gale Blocki.

Ideal 300 LaSalle avenue; president, Jacob
H. Mahler; secretary, Henry Waterman.

Illinois 154 Ashland boulevard; president.
Dr. F. B. Earle; secretary, James H.
Harper.

Iroquois 103 Adams street; president, Mur-
ray F. Tuley: corresponding secretary,
Maxwell Edgar.



Jackson Park 314 60th street; president,
Frank De Golyer; secretary, Edwin J.
Wilber.

Kenwood Lake avenue and 47th street;
president, John R. Hoagland; secretary,
Ralph W. Condee.

Kenwood Country Ellis avenue and 48th
street; president, Jonathan W. BrooKs;
secretary, George R. Jenkins.

Lakeside Grand boulevard and 42d street;
president, Benjamin J. Rosenthal; secre-
tary, Leo W. Wheeler.

Lincoln 1215 Washington boulevard; presi-
dent, James C. Patterson; secretary, F.
M. Phelps.

Lincoln Cycling 390 Dearborn avenue: pres-
ident, John T. Booz; secretary, V. Go-
deris.

Marquette Dearborn avenue and Maple
Street; president, William L. Bush; sec-
retary, Charles J. Dorrance.

iMenoken 1196 Washington boulevard; pres-
ident, John C. Bryan; secretary, J. S.
Podrasnik.

Mohican 3947 Michigan avenue; president,
D. J. Schuyler, Jr. ; secretary, Thomas
Marshall.

Oaks Lake street and Waller avenue; pres-
ident, C. S. Castle; secretary, S. J.
Whitlock.

Press Club 104 Madison street: president,
Homer J. Oarr; secretary, W. F. Nutt.

Quadrangle Lexington avenue and 58th
street; president, Shailer Mathews; sec-
retary, Henry Gale.

Saddle and Cycle Sheridan road and Foster
avenue; president, J. L. Cochran; secre-
tary, Lockwood Honore.

Sheridan Michigan avenue and 41st street;
president, W. A. Lydon; secretary, A. J.
Cronin.

(Standard Michigan avenue and 24th street;
president, Benjamin R. Cahn; secretary,
Adolph Kurz.

Union 12 Washington place; president,
Milton W. Kirk; secretary, William R.
Odell.

Union League Jackson boulevard and Cus-
tom House place; president, Robert
Mather; secretary, Frank R. Greene.

Unity 3140 Indiana avenue; president, Max
L. Wolff; secretary, Edmund F. Bard.

University 116 Dearborn street; president,
Hugh J. McBirney; secretary, John R.
Montgomery.

Washington Park South Park avenue and
61st street.

Waubansee 4043 Drexel boulevard; presi-
dent, E. S. Gilbert; secretary, Wesley
H. Hoi way.

Woman's Athletic 150 Michigan avenue;
president, Mrs. Philip CD. Armour? secre-
tary, Mrs. Pauline H. Lyon.

Woodlawn Park e^th street and Woodlawn
avenue; president, Henry W. White;
secretary, Edwin M. Ashcraft, Jr.



MILITARY DEPARTMENT OF THE LAKES.



Headquarters, Pullman building, Chicago, fourth floor.
Commander Maj. -Gen. Arthur MacArthur.
Aid de Camp Capt. J. F. Kernan, 2d in-
fantry.

Adjutant-General Col. A. L. Wagner.
Inspector-GeneralCol. C. H. Heyl.
Judge Advocate Col. S. W. Groesbeck.



geon Lieut.-Col. P. F. Harvey.
Chief Paymaster Col. A. S. Towar.
Engineer Officer Lieut.-Col. O. H. Ernst.
Ordnance Officer Col. J. R. McGinness.



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CHICAGO DAILY NEWS ALMANAC AND YEAR BOOK FOR 1903.



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE.



NORTH TOWN.

George H. Woods, E. C. Hamburger, Walter
J. Gibbons, George Kersten, Joseph G.
Sheldon.

SOUTH CHICAGO.

Thomas B. Bradwell. John O. Everett, John
Richardson, John K. Prindiville, William
T. Hall, Max L. Wolff, George W. Under-
wood, Timothy D. Hurley.

WEST CHICAGO.

Olaf F. Severson, Max Eberhardt, M. J.
O'Douoghue, Miles Kehoe, James M.
Doyle, Q. J. Chott, Jarvis Blume, James
C. Dooley, A. J. Sabath.

HYDE PARK.

Charles H. Callahan, George L. Ford, Ed-
ward Lewis, Michael J. Quinn, Gideon E.
Clarke, Alfred R. Porter, A. V. Lee,
Francis M. Charlton.

LAKE.

John Fitzgerald, Edwin J. Rhoades, P. H.
Duggan, J. M. Moore, R. M. Jandus.

LAKE VIEW.

C. J. Whitney, John A. Mahcaey, Nils E.
Olson, E. A. W. Johnson.

NORWOOD PARK.
David M. Ball, August J. Gertz.

THE JUSTICE SYSTEM.
Justices of the peace in Chicago are ap-
pointed by the governor of the state, by and
with the consent of the senate, from a list
of candidates recommended by a majority
of the judges of the Circuit, Superior, Pro-
bate and County courts. They hold their
offices for four years and until their succes-
sors have been commissioned and qualified.
JURISDICTION.

1. In actions arising on contracts for the
recovery of money when the amount claimed
does not exceed $200. (This limit also ap-
plies to the cases which follow.)

2. In actions for damages for Injury to
real property and for taking or injuring per-
sonal property.

3. In actions for rent and distress for
rent.

4. In actions against railroad companies
for Injury to farm animals, for loss of bag-
gage or freight and for damage to other
property.

5. In actions of replevin, the value -of the
property not exceeding $200.

6. In actions for damages for fraud In the
exchange of personal property, and in all
cases where the action of debt will He.

7. In all cases under the laws for the In-
corporation of cities, towns and villages,
and under ordinances passed In pursuance
thereof, where the amount claimed does
not exceed $200.

8. In dramshop cases under $200.

9. In suits for the recovery of fines or
penalties under $200.

10. In suits by and against towns, cities
or villages which, if brought by an Indi-
vidual, might be brought before a justice of
the peace.

11. In proceedings against vagrants.

12. In fish and game law cases.

13. In cases of forcible entry and detainer.



FEES OF JUSTICES OF THE PEACE.
For each marriage ceremony performed,

and certificate thereof $2.00

Each mittimus 35

Giving each notice .25

Administering oath 25

Each summons or warrant 25

Each subpoena 25

Each venire, in all cases 25

Each scire facias 35

Issuing each attachment or writ of pos-
session , 50

Taking recognizances and returning the

same 50

Transcript in change of venue 50

Transcript of judgment and proceed-
ings in cases of appeal 50

Transcript of judgment to obtain lien

on real estate 1.00

Taking and certifying acknowledgment
of a deed, mortgage, power of at-
torney or other writing 25

Acknowledgment of chattel mortgages .35
And for each folio over 100 words, for

docketing the same 15

Administering oath to affidavit, when

drawn by justice 35

Administering oath to affidavit, when

not drawn by justice 10

Taking each bond 35

Taking bail 50

Each certificate required to be made,

when not part of any other act 35

Taking each complaint in writing un-
der oath 25

Docketing each suit 25

Taking deposition, for each 100 words.. .15
Issuing dedimus to take deposition of

witnesses 50

Entering verdict of jury 15

Entering judgments 25

Issuing each execution 25

Entering continuance or any other order

in the case 15

Entering each appeal 25

Entering satisfaction of judgment 10

FEES OF CONSTABLES.

For advertising property for sale $0.50

Attending trial 50

Each day's attendance in Circuit court 2.50

Taking and approving replevin bond 50

For taking and approving forthcoming

bonds- or special ball 50

Commission on sales not exceeding $10,
10 per cent, and on the excess of that
amount, 5 per cent.

Charges for removing and taking care

of property levied on by them to be

fixed by the justice and not to exceed

actual expenses.

Mileago In serving warrant or other

process, per mile 05

Mileage In taking a person to jail,

per mile 10

Serving and returning a summons 35

Warrant, for each person served -.50

Writ of replevin or attachment, for each

person 50

Subpoena, for each person served 25

Serving venire 50

Writ of restitution 1.00

Serving execution 50

Serving mittimus 50



WORLD'S COAL PRODUCTION.

The world's total production of coal In I 293.29S.516 tons: Great Britain, 245.332.578:
1901 was 866,165,000 short tons (2.000 pounds). Germany, 168,217,082, and France, 35,596,536
Of this amount the United States produced ' tons.



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CHICAGO



412 CHICAGO DAILY NEWS ALMANAC AND YEAR BOOK FOR 19O3.


CHICAGO POLICE MAGISTRATES.


W. T. Hall, Harrison street.


Police magistrates are selected from the


John K. Prindiville, Harrison street.


list of justices of peace and appointed by


James C. Dooley. Maxwell street.


the mayor. The fees collected by them are


A. J. Sabath, Maxwell street.


turned over to the city. They have juris-


Max Eberhardt, Desplaines street.


diction in criminal eases where the punish-


James M. Doyle, Desplaines street.


ment is by imprisonment in the house of


Olaf F. Severson, West Chicago avenue.


correction or by a tine not exceeding $200.


M. J. O'Donoghue, West Chicago avenue.


In cases where the penalty is Imprisonment


George Kersteu, Chicago avenue.


In the 'jail or penitentiary, and when suffi-


George W. Underwood, 35th and Halsted.


cient evidence is presented, they hold the


T. D. Hurley, 35th and Halsted streets.


accused to the grand jury.


M. J. Quinn, Hyde Park.





Charles H. Callahan, South Chicago.
John Fitzgerald, stockyards.


FEES OF POLICE MAGISTRATES.


P H. l)u< rir ;ui Englewood.




John A. Mahonev. Lake View.




Thomas Edgar, Milwaukee avenue and Irv-


Costs in city cases, if paid to clerk 1.00


ing Park boulevard.


Costs in city cases, if paid to bailiff 1.50


Q J Chott ^Varren avenue.












LOCATION OF FIRE ENGINES AND HOOK AND LADDER COMPANIES.


(General headquarters in the city hall.)


FIRE ENGINE COMPANIES.


No. Location.


No. Location.




No. Location.


1. 269 5th avenue.


34. 19 Curtis.




62. 2601 West 114th.


2. 2419 Lowe avenue.


35. 780 North I


lobey.


63. 6328-30 Jackson avenue.


3. 86 West Erie.


36. 243 West 2


5th.


64. 6244 Laflin.


4. 524 North Halsted.


37. Foot of Ls


Salle (tireboat


65. 2140 West 39th.


5. 197 Jefferson.


Illinois).




66. 1423 Fillmore.


6. 143 Maxwell.


38. 1071 Kidgei


vay avenue.


67. 2436 Fulton.


7. 31 Blue Island avenue.


39. 1326 33d pi


ace.


68. 1185 North 44th avenue.


8. 1931 Archer avenue.


40. 83 Frankli




69. 2458 North 42d court.


9. 2527 Cottage Grove.


41. Sampson's


slip, Throop


70. 316 Eastwood avenue.


10. 339 LaSalle street.


and Lum


her (fireboat


71. West end Weed street


11. 225 Michigan avenue.


Geyser).




bridge (tireboat Chicago).


12. 611 West Lake.


42. 77 and 79 I


llinols.


72. 7914 Sherman avenue.


13. 19 Dearborn.


43. 181 Stave.




73. 8630 Emerald avenue.


14. 38 Chicago avenue.


44. 1494 West


Lake.


74. 10615 Avenue K.


15. 373 West 22d.


45. 4600 Cotta?


e Grove.


75. 12054-56 Wallace.


16. 349 31st.


46. 9321-23 Sout


h Chicago-av.


76. 824 Cortland.


17. 80 West Lake (double Co.)
18. 438 West 12th.


47. 7531 Dobson avenue.
48. 4005 Dearborn.


77. 1222 40th court.
78. 1306 Waveland place.


19. 3444 Rhodes avenue.


49. 1742 47th.




79. 3179 North Ashland-av.


20. 73 Hawson.


50. 4649 Wentv*


orth avenue.


80. 108th and Stephenson,


21. 13 Taylor.
22. 458 Webster avenue.


51. 6345 Wentworth avenue.
52. 46th and Center avenue.


Pullman.
81. 10458 Hoxie avenue.


23. 693 West 21st place.


53. 40th and P


ackers avenue.


82. 95th street and Cottage


24. 544 Warren avenue.


54. 8023 Vlnpei


nes.


Grove avenue.


25. 127 Canalport avenue.
26. 152 North Lincoln.


55. 687 Sheffield avenue.
56. 144 Noble avenvie.


83. 1111 South court.
84. 5623 Halsted.


27. 435 Wells.


57. 543 Haddoi


i avenue.


85. 1476 West Huron.


28. 2867 Loomis.


58. East end


95th street


86. 17 West Cuyler avenue.


29. 846 35th.


bridge (flret


oat Yosemlte).


87. (Same as No. 46.)


30. 514 North Ashland avenue.


59. Broadway


and Dexter


88. 3600 West 60th.


31. 758 West Congress.


Park av. (1


J. S. yards).


89. 2763 North 46th court.


32. 2 Washington street.


60. 334 55th.




90. 57 Division.


33. 150 Southpovt avenue.


61. 5300 Wentworth avenue.


91. 1 Elbridge avenue.


HOOK AND LADDER COMPANIES.


No. Location.


No. Location.




No. Location.


1. 341 LaSalle street.
2. 49 West Washington.


13. 1549 North Rockwell.
14. 80 West 19th.


25. 4874 N. Clark (Rogers Pk.)
26. 1985 Wilcox avenue.


3. 177 Erie.


15. 4602 Cottag


e Grove.


27. Southwest corner Morse


4. 322 22d.


16. 308 62d plat


e.


avenue and 112th.


5. 440 West 12th.
6. 85 Franklin.


17. 9323 South Chicago-av.



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