Alice Bertha Gomme.

Chicago daily news national almanac for .. (Volume 1903) online

. (page 85 of 89)
Online LibraryAlice Bertha GommeChicago daily news national almanac for .. (Volume 1903) → online text (page 85 of 89)
Font size
QR-code for this ebook


not over three inches long. Our 50 page book illustrates over I,OOO ways
in which a rubber stamp will save you time. 4c in stamps will bring it to you.
Sent FRE.E



if you write
for it on your
printed sta-
tionery.




DON'T DELAY!

WRITE

IMMEDIATELY!



175V, MADISON STREET. CHICAGO, U. S. A,

BENTLEY & GERWIG (Limited),



MANUFACTURKHS



R_ope, Twine and Cordage,

TENTS, AWNINGS, WATER..
PROOF COVERS, ETC. * *

69 West Washington Street,

CHICAGO, ILL.



422



CHICAGO DAILY NEWS ALMANAC AND YEAK BOOK FOK 1903.



CONSULS AND CONSULATES IN CHICAGO.



Argentine Republic P. S. Hudson, 43 West

Randolph street.
Austria-HungaryAlexander Nuber, 816, 184

LaSalle street.
Belgium Charles Henrotin, 404, 160 Wash-

ington street.
Brazil S. R. Alexander, 205, 19 Wabash

avenue.

Chile M. J. Steffens, 57 22d street.
Costa Rica B. Singer, 716, 56 5th avenue.
Denmark C. H. Hanson, 407, 59 Dearborn

street.

France Henri Merou, 1511, 59 Clark street.
Germany Dr. W. Wever, eighth floor Schil-
ler building.

Great Britain William Wyndham, 622 Pull-
man building.

reece N. Salopoulos, 34, 95 Dearborn

street.
Guatemala G. F. Stone, 26 Board of Trade

building.
Honduras G. F. Stone, 26 Board of Trade

building.
Italy Count A. L. RozwadowskI, 500, 56

5th avenue.
Japan Tosh iro Fujita, 705 Chamber of

Commerce.



G



Mexico Felipe Berrlozabal, Jr., 4009 Drexel
boulevard.

Netherlands George Birkhoff, Jr., 85 Wash-
ington street.

Nicaragua G. F. Stone, 26 Board of Trade
building.

Paraguay D. T. Hunt, 704, 204 Dearborn
street.

Peru C. H. Sergei, 502, 358 Dearborn street.

Portugal S. C. SImms, 5463 Jefferson ave-
nue.

Russia Baron A. A. Schllppenbach, 56 5th
avenue.

Santo Domingo F. W. Job, 832, 204 Dear-
born street.

Spain B. Singer, 716, 56 5th avenue.

Sweden and Norway J. R. Llndgren, State
Bank of Chicago, Washington and La-
Salle streets.

Switzerland A. Holinger, 172 Washington
street.

Turkey Charles Henrotin, 404, 160 Wash-
ington street.

Uruguay-^C. C. Turner, 311, 42 River street.

Venezuela Pedro Alvizua, 809, 17 Van
Buren street.



LICENSES REQUIRED IN CHICAGO.



(Per

Amusements First-class the-
ater, $300; second-class,
$200; halls, museums, pic-
ture machines, $100; circus
and menagerie under can-
vas, $300 per day; menag-
erie, $200 per day; exhibi-
tion without circus, $75 per
day; circus in permanent
building, $100 per day; re-
volving wheel for passen-
gers, $50 per month; enter-
tainments, performances,
etc., $20 per week; merry-
go-rounds, $50 per month;
swings, per month, $10.

Auctioneer $300 and bond of
$1,000; licensed, permit un-
der license, $10 per day.

Baker $5.

Billposter With wagon,
$100; without wagon, $25.

Billiard or Pool Table $10.

Boat Steam, $25; row, $2;
sail, $5.

Bowling Alley $10.



year unless otherwise specified.)



Brewer or Distiller $500.
Broker (insurance, real es-

tate, etc.) $25.
Butcher $15.
Cigarette Dealer $100.
Delicatessen Store $5.
Dog Tax $2. .
Drug-Store Permit $2.
Elevated Road Each car,



p
Ele



er year, $50.
evator Certificate $2.



Gunpowder Dealer $25.
Hospital $10.
Ice . Wagon $10.
Insurance Foreign compa-

nies', 2% gross premiums.
Junk Dealer $50; junk wag-

on, $10.
Liquor Wholesale malt deal-

er or peddler, $50; spirit-

uous, $100; vinous. $50.
Lumber Yard $100.
Milk Dealer $10; peddler,

$10.

Paw ribroker $300 .
Peddler (pack or wood) $10.



Peddler (wagon) $25.

Peddler (oil) $10 for each
wagon.

Produce Vender $200.

Rendering Establishment
$100.

Roofer's Wagon $10.

Runner and Porter $12.

Saloon License $500.

Scavenger $5.

Second-Hand Dealer $50.

Shooting Gallery $10.

Soap Factory $100.

Street Cars $50 per car.

Tannery $50.

U nderta ker $10.

Vehicles Automobiles, class
A, $5; class B. $2.50; cab,
coupe, $2.50 (bond $100);
carriage, hack, $5 (bond
$100) ; express, double team,
$5; single team, $2.50; liv-
ery, $2.50; omnibus, $5.

Weigher, Public (scalesj $10
and bond of $1,000.



POLITICAL ASSOCIATIONS IN CHICAGO.



Citizens' Association of Chicago (noupartl-
san), room 33, 92 LaSalle street Presi-
dent, George Cole; secretary, Hoyt King.

Civic federation (nonpartisan), room 520,
184 LaSalle street President, Bernard E.
Sunny; secretary, William H. Brown.

Civil-Service Reform Association of Chicago
Secretary, Follett W. Bull, 184 LaSalle
street.

Cook County Democratic Marching club, 122
LaSalle street Secretary, Robert E.
Burke.

Cook County Republican Marching club, 90
LaSalle street Secretary, A. W. Baer.

Legislative Voters' League of Cook County
(nonpartisan), 92 LaSalle street Secre-
tary, Hoyt King.



Municipal Ownership league President,
James H. Bowman; secretary. W. T. Mc-
Millan.

Municipal Voters' league (nonpartisan), 56,
107 Dearborn street Secretary, Walter L.
Fisher.

Public Ownership league President,
George A. Schilling; secretary, Francis S.
Wilson.

Referendum league Secretary, D. W. Rich-
mond, 1108 Unity building.

Tuscarora club (dem.), 526 North Clarfe
street Secretary, Charles Wurster.
Locations and secretaries of semipQlitioal

social clubs like the Hamilton (rep.), Iro-

quois (dem.), Marquette (rep.) and Mohican

"(rep.) will be found under "Chicago Clubs

and Clubhouses."



ADVERTISEMENT.



Chicago



You Can lV\ir*mc*f\ Honestly
Advertise V^lllVxCXKVF and Well



BY USING THE



American Posting Service

North Shore Advertising Company
Western Bill Posting Company
South Shore Advertising Service
Joliet Bill Posting Company

WHICH ARE, NOW ALL UNITED AND MAKE, THE

Greatest Bill Posting and Distributing Plant in
the World

And by the recent action of the Convention, held at Milwaukee,
July 8th, 9th and 10th, 1902. when the

International Association of Distributers

WAS AMALGAMATED WITH THE

Associated Bill Posters and Distributers
of the U. S. and Canada

We Were Made the Only

Official Distributers in Chicago



Our Service the Best Only Experienced, Uniformed Men Employed

Our Business Reputation Is Our Recommendation
Por Financial Standing See R. OK Dun & Co, and Bradstreet

We Are Not the Cheapest, but We Are the Best

GE.NE.RAL OFFICES, 17 6 19 NORTH MORGAN-ST.,
CHICAGO, ILL.



424 CHICAGO DAILY NEWS ALMANAC AND YEAR BOOK FOR 1903.


SUBURBS OF CHICAGO.


(Including also towns and villages now within the city limits.)


The letters "N," "SW," etc.. indicate the general direction from the city hall. The fig-


ures show the distance in miles from the Chicago downtown railway terminals, which are in-


dicated in figures in parentheses: (1) Illinois Central, (2) Dearborn, (3> Grand Central, (4)


Van Buren,* id) Union, (6) Northwestern.


Alpine S., 26.8 (2).


Edgebrook NW., 11.2 (5).


Kenilworth N., 15.2 (6).


Altenheim W.. 13.6 (1).
Argyle Park N.,6.9 (5).


Edgewater N., 7.6 (5).
Edison Park NW., 12.3 (6).


Kensington S., 14.3 (1, 2).
Kenwood SE.. 5.6 (1).


Arl'g'n Hgts. NW., 22.4 (6).


Eggers S., 16 (5).


Kolze NW., 16.9 (5).


Ashburn S., 12.2 (2).


Eggleston S., 7.8 (4).


LaGrange SW., 14 (5).


Auburn Park S., 8.6 (2, 4).


Elgin NW., 36.7 (5).


Lake Bluff N.. 3^.2 (6).


Aurora SW., 37 (6, 6).


Elliott's Park S., 25 (1).


Lake Forest N., 28.3 (6).


Austin W., 6.7 (6).


Elmhurst W., 15.8 (6).


Lake Gneva NW., 70.4 (6).


Avenue W., 8.2 (6).


Elrnwood Park NW., 10.4 (5).


Lakeside N., 17.8 (6).


Avondale NW., 5.1 (6).


Elsdon SW., 8.5 (2).


Landers S., 10.9 (2i.


Harrington NW., 31.6 (6).


Elsmere NW., 4 (5).


Lansing S.. 27.4 (5).


Bartlett NW., 30.2 (5).


Englewood S., 6.6 (2, 4, 5).


LaVergne SW., 9.1 (5).


Beach N., 40 (6).


Essex S., 9 (1).


Lemont SW.. 25.3 (2, 5).


Belle wood SW., 9 (2).


Euclid Park S., 11 (2).


LeMoyne SW., 11.5 (2).


Belmont SW.. 13.3 (4).
Benson villeNW., 17.3 (5).


Evanston N., 12 (5, 6),
Everett NW., 28 (5).


Libertyville NW., 35.5 (5).
Lisle SW., 25 (5).


Berger S., 22.7 (5).


Evergreen Park SW., 14 (2).


Llewellyn Pnrk N.. 14 (5).


Bernice S., 26 (5).


Fairview Park SW., 11 (5).


Lockport SW., 32.9 (2, 5).


Berwyn SW., 9.6 (5).


Feehanville NW., 25 (1).


Lockwood S., 18.8 (4).


Beverly Hills SW., 11.3 (4, 5).
Birch wood N., 10 (5).


Fernwood S., 11.7 (2).
Flossmoor S., 24.7 (1).


Lombard W., 20 (3, 6).
Longwood SW.. 11.8 (4).


Blue Isl. SW., 16.4 (1,2,4,5).
Bowmanville N., 8 (t).


Forest Glen NW., 10.2 (5).
Forest Hill S., 10 (2, 5).


Madison Park SE.. 6 (1).
Mannheim NW.. 14.1 (5).


Brainerd SW., 10.7 (4).
Brighton Park SW., 5 (5).


Fort Sheridan N., 25.7 (6).
Franklin Pk. NW., 13.2 (5, 1).


Maplewood NW., 4 (6).
Marlboro S., 11.6 (5).


Broadview S"., 14 (1).
Brookdale S., 8.6 (1).


Gsilewood NW., 8.7 (5).
Gano S., 13 (1, 2).


Matteson S., 25 (1).
Mayfair NW., 7.6 (5, 6).


Brookline S., 9.1 (4, 5).


Gardner's Park S., 15 (1).


Maynard S., 29 (5).


Bryn Mawr S., 9.4 (1).


Gary SW., 18.8 (2).


Maywood W., 10.4 (3, 6).


Buena Park N., 5.8 (5).


Gaugers SW., 36 (4).


Meacham NW.. 22.2 (5).


Burnham S., 18.5 (2).


Geneva W., 35.5 (6).


Melrose Park W., 11.3 (6).


Burnside S., 11.9 (2, 1).


Gilletts SW., 32.7 (4).


Midlothian SW., 18.3 (4).


Burr Oak SW., 15.8 (1. 4).


Givins S., 12.8 (4).


Millers SE., 38 (3).


Byrneville SW., 24.5 (2).


Glencoe N., 19.2 (6).


Mokena SW.. 29.6 (4).


Calvary N., 10.4 (5, 6).


Glendon Pk. NW., 11.5 (5).


Mout Clare NW., 9.6 (5).


Cary NW., 38.3 (6).


Glendale SW., 8.9 (2).


Morgan Park SW., 13.8 (4).


Cedar Lake S., 40.3 (2).


Glen Ellyn W., 22.5 (3, 6).


Morrell Park SW.. 7.8 (2).


Chandler S., 9 (2).


Glen View NW., 17.4 (5).


Morton Grove NW., 14.3 (5).


Chappell SW., 12.9 (5).
Cheltenham SE., 11.2 (1).


Glenwood S., 23.5 (2).
Globe S., 24.4 (5).


Morton Park SW., 7.5 (5).
Mount Forest SW., 16.8 (6).


Cherry Hills SW., 37 (4).


Golf NW., 15.3 (5).


Mount Olivet SW., 16.2 (2).


Chicago Hgts. S., 26.7 (2,5).
Chicago Lawn SW., 10 (2).


Gd. Cross'g S., 9.3 (1, 4, 5).
Grayland NW., 8.2 (5).


Mt. Prospect NW., 19.7 (6).
McCaffrey SW., 10.9 (2).


Chicago Ridge SW., 16.4 (2).


Greggs SW., 19.4 (5).


McCook SW., 16.8 (2).


Clarendon Hills-SW., 18.3(5).


Gretna W., 21 (3).


Naperville SW., 29 (5).


Clarkdale SW.. 12.5 (2).


Griffith SE., 35.7 (2).


New Lenox SW., 34.1 (4).


Clifton SW., 17.2 (2).


Grossdale SW., 12.3 (5).


Niles Center NW., 11.5 (t).


Clintonville NW., 40 (6).


Gross Park N., 4.5 (6).


Normal Park S., 7.2 (2).


Cloverdale NW., 29.6 (1).


Gross Point NW., 14 (t).


North Chicago N., 32.9 (6).


Clyde SW., 8.5 (5).


Hammond SE., 21 (2, 4, 5).


North Roseland S., 12.2 (2).


Colehour SE., 12.2 (5).


Hanson Park NW., 7.8 (5).


Noi-wood Park NW., 11 (6).


College Avenue W., 24 (6).


Harlem SW., 10 (5).


Oakdale S., 10.1 (2).


Columbia Hgts. S., 27 (2).


Hartsdale S., 35 (5).


Oak Forest SW., 21.7 (4).


Constance S., 10.8 (5).


Harvey S., 20 (1, 2).


Oak Glen S., 28.3 (2).


Oorwith SW., 6 (2).


Hawthorne SW.. 6.9 (5).


Oakland SE., 4.4 (1).


Cummlngs S., 14.6 (2).


Hayford SW., 11.5 (2).


Oak Lawn SW., 14.8 (2).


Cragin NW., 7 (5).


Hazel' C rest S., 21 (1).


Oak Park W., 8.6 (6).


Crete S.. 30.4 (2).


Hegewisch SE.,18.3 (2, 4, 5).


Ontarioville NW.. 28.5 (5).


Crawford - SW., 6.2 (5).


Hermosa NW., 5.9 (5).


Orchard Place NW., 22.9(1).


Crown Point SB., 40.6 (5).


High Ridge N., 8.4 (6).


Orland S., 23.5 (2).


Crystal Lake NW., 42.9 (6).


Highland Park N., 23.2 (6).


Palatine NW., 26 (6).


Chyler N., 5.4 (6).
Dauphin Park S.. 10.7 (1).


Highlands SW., 16.4 (2).
Highwood N., 24.5 (6).


Palos Park S.. 20.4 (2).
Palos Springs S;. 19.7 (2).


Deerfield NW., 23.8 (5).


Hillside NW., 18 (1).


Park Manor S., 8.3 (4, 5).


Deering N., 3.4 (6).


Hinsdale SW., 17 (5).


Park Ritlgo NW., 13 (6).


Des Plaines NW., 16.6 (6).


Home wood S., 23 (1).


Parkside SE., 8.9 (1).


Dewey S., 9.6 (2).


Hyde Park SE., 6.4 (1).


Pcnnock NW., 6.4 (5).


Dolton S., 21 (2, 5).


Hunting Ave. NW., 7.1 (6).


Piano S. 16.9. (1).


Downer's Grove SW., 21 (5).


Ind. Harbor SE., 28 (3,4,5).


Pleasant Hill S.. 13.7 (2).


Drexel S.. 10 (1).


Irondale SE., 13.3 (4).


Pullman S., 14 (1).


Dunning NW., 11.5 (5).


Irving Park NW., 6.7 (6).


Purington SW., 14.8 (4).


Dupont SW., 19.8 (4).
Dyer S.. 29.3 (2).


Itasca NW., 21.2 (5).
Jefferson Park NW., 8.7 (6).


Ravenswood N., 6.2 (6).
Ravinia N., 21.6 (6).


East Chicago SE., 23.2 (2, 5).


Joliet SW., 40 4 (2, 4, 5).


Rexford SW., 18.8 (4).



ADVERTISEMENTS.



425



EMM. MENDEI.^ON.



ESTABLISHED 1835.



BEN. MENDELSON.



MENDELSON BROS.,

Telephone Canal 489.

We make a specialty of supplying the trade with

CLEAN SELECTED WIPING RAGS, also COTTON WASTE

used for all purposes, and will give satisfaction in every respect
for the most particular work.

THE QUALITY AND PRICE WILL CERTAINLY MERIT YOUR ATTENTION.



ALSO WHOLESALE DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF

PAPER STOCK AND METALS.

TELEPHONE CANAL 489.
RAO AND PAPER STOCK WAREHOUSE: 81 W. 13th-t.

We have facilities for handling Paper Stock in ANY QUANTITY. Will pay
highest CASH price. We furnish crates and bags for same and will remove when
necessary without trouble to you. Kindly telephone or write us for prices and
particulars. Highest price Daid for old metals.



The



Autographic
Register . . .

is a loss-preventer and
labor-saver. There is
virtually no expense
connected with its use,
because it pays not only
for itself, but a hand-
some profit besides,
with the money which
it saves. The money
which it thus saves is
clear profit, because it
would'otherwise be en-
tirely lost



'Phone Harrison 1391




E. J. BARKER,
President and Gen. Manager.



USED BY -

THE DAILY NEWS

AND

EEOOKD - HEKALD

Send for circulars and
full information.

THE UNITED
AUTOGRAPHIC
REGISTER CO.,

312-314 5th-av., Chicago.



SIGNS



OF ALL KINDS,
2210 Archer- av.



Orders Promptly Attended To.



426



CHICAGO DAILY NEWS ALMANAC AND YEAR BOOK FOR 1903.



Ridgeland W., 7.7 (6).
Riverdale S., 17 (1, 5).
RiviT Forest W., 9.8 (6).
Riverside SW., 11.1 (5).
U.il.y SK., 15.5 (4, 5).
Rogers Park N., 9.4 (5, 6).
Romeo SW., 33.4 (2).
Kosoland S.. 12.7 (2).
Roselle NW., 24.5 (5).
Rosehill N., 7.8 (6).
Sag Bridge SW., 21.7 (5).
St. Charles W., 38 (3, 6).
St. Marie S., 13.1 (2).
St. John S.. 33.7 (2).
Schaumberg NW., 27.5 (f).
Scherervilte SE,, 34 (5).
Schiller Park NW., 16.9 (5).
Sheldon Park S., 13.2 (2).
Sheridan Park N., 6.4 <5).
Shermerville NW., 20.9 (5).
Shipyard S., 13.9 (5).
S. Chicago SE., 12.7(1,4,5).
South Elmhurst W., 12 (3).



South Rnglowooa S., 9.8 (4).
South Holland S., 19.5 (2).
South Lynm SW.. 11 (2).
Steger S., 28.8 (2).
Stony Island S., 11.2 (4).
Strathmoi-o S., 24.8 (2).
Summerdale N., 7 (6).
Summit SW.. 11.9 (4, 5).
Thateher'8 Pk. XW., 15.1(1).
Thornton S., 21.8 (2).
Tinley Park SW., 23.5 (4).
Tracy SW., 15 (2, 4).
Verona N., 5.4 (5).
Walden SW., 12.3 (4).
Wash. Hgts.-SW., 12 (5. 4),
Waukegan N., 36 (6).
Wayne NW., 35.3 (6).
Weber NW., 12.7 (6).
West Chicago W., 30 (6).
Western Sp ' gs S W . , IB. 4 (5).
West Harvey S., 21.8 (2).
West Pullman S., 16.4 (1,5),
West Ridge N., 9 (6).



Wheaton 24.9 (6).
Wheeling NW., 29.9 (1).
Whiting SE., 17 (3, 4, 5).
Wildwood S., 16 (1).
Willow Spgs. SW., 17.5 (5,2).
Wilmctte X., 14.3 (6).
Windsor Park S., 10.5 (1).
Winncld W., 27.5 (6).
Winnetka N., 16.8 (6).
Wlreton S., 18.2 (2).
Woodale NW., 19.2 (5).
Woodlawn Park SE., 7.7 (1).
Worth SW.. 17.8 (2).
Zion City N., 42.1 (6).

While the new Van Buren
street station is under con-
struction most of the subur-
ban trains will use a tem-
porary structure immediate-
ly to the south; others, the
Grand Central station. fNot
on a railroad.



CEMETERIES IN CHICAGO AND VICINITY.



Anshe Emeth South of Forest Home.

Arlington West thirteen miles, near Elm-
hurst.

Bohemian National North 40th and 59th
avenues.

B'nal Sholom North Clark street, near
Graceland avenue.

B'nal Abraham South of Forest Home.

Calvary North ten miles, near South Evans-
ton.

Chebra Gimilath Chasadim Ublkur Cholim
North Clark, near Graceland avenue.

Chebra Kadisha Ubikur Cholim North Clark,
near Gracoland avonue.

Concordia Nine miles west on Madison
street.

Elmwood Grand and Beach avenues.

Forest Home West ten miles on 12th street.

Free Sons of Israel At Waldheim.

German Lutheran North Clark and Grace-
land avenue.

Graceland North five miles on Clark street.

Hebrew Benevolent Society North Clark,
near Graceland avenue.

Highland West Chicago.

Moses Monteflore South of Forest Home.

Mount Carmel Hillside Station.

Mount Greenwood Near Morgan Park ; south.

Mount Hope Near Morgan Park.



Mount Maariv Dunning; northwest.
Mount Olive North 64th avenue, near West

Irving Park boulevard.
Mount Olivet South sixteen miles, near

Morgan Park.
North Chicago Hebrew Congregation At

Rosehill; north.

Oakland Proviso; west twelve miles.
Oakridge Oakridge avenue and West 12th

street.
Oakwoods Greenwood avenue and 67th

street; south.
Oesterelch Ungarischer Kranken Unter-

stutzungs Verein At Waldheim.
Ohavey Emunah South of Forest Home.
Ohavey Sholom At Oakwoods.
Ridgelawn North 40th and Peterson ave-
nues.

Rosehill North seven miles.
St. Boniface North Clark and Lawrence

avenue.
St. Maria Grand Trunk railway and 87th

street; south.

Sinai Congregation At Rosehill.
St. Lukas 3317 North 40th avenue.
Waldheim West ten miles on Harrison

street.

Wunder's South of Graceland.
Zion Congregation At Rosehill.



LOCATION OF RAILWAY PASSENGER STATIONS.



CHICAGO & NORTHWESTERN Wells and Kln-
zie streets; north side.

All divisions.

DEARBORN STATION Dearborn and folk
streets; south side.

Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe.

Chicago & Eastern Illinois.

Chicago & Western Indiana.

Chicago, Indianapolis & Louisville (Monon).

Erie.

Grand Trunk.

Wabash.

ONION STATION Canal street, between
Adams and Madison; west side.

Chicago & Alton.

Chicago, Burlington & Qulney.

Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul.

Plttsburg, Fort Wayne & Chicago.

Pittsburg. Cincinnati, Chicago & St. Louie
(Pan Handle).



GRAND CENTRAL STATION Fifth avenue and
Harrison street; south side.

Baltimore & Ohio.

Chicago Great Western.

Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific (tem-
porarily).

Lake Shore & Michigan Southern (tem-
porarily).

Nickel Plate (temporarily).
ILLINOIS CENTRAL STATION Park row and
12th street; south side.

Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago & St. Louis
(Big Four). ,

Illinois Central.

Michigan Central.

Pere Marquette.

West Michigan.

Wisconsin Central.

ROCK ISLAND STATION (Rebuilding) Van
Buren and LaSalle streets; south side.



ADVERTISEMENT. 427



THE PRINTING

WILL SUIT YOUR CUSTOMERS IF YOU EQUIP
YOUR OFFICE WITH

SUPERIOR COPPER-MIXED

TYPE

Better still, you will make a good profit on the work. Our
customers say SUPERIOR COPPER-MIXED TYPE is so
much more durable than any other that they can cut their
allowance for depreciation of plant in half and still keep the
office in better physical condition than it would be with twice
the amount spent for new material were any other type used.

With twice the durability and much
greater lightness you are saving in
two ways you get more for your
money and buy less frequently ....

ISN'T THAT A GOOD WAY TO INCREASE PROFITS?
Call for our Best System Uniform
Line Type .... We haoe over twelve
hundred different fonts of it

BARNHART BROS. 6 SPINDLER

TYPEFOUNDERS and ELECTROTYPERS

183, 185 and 187 Monroe Street CHICAGO, ILL.

6 Telephones, all Main 242



428



CHICAGO DAILY NEWS ALMANAC AND YEAR BOOK FOR 1903.



CHICAGO GRAIN INSPECTION.



INSPECTION ON ARRIVAL-COMPARATIVE STATEMENT 1886-1902 INCLUSIVE.



YK.


Cars.
No.


Boats.
No.


W.wheat.
Bushels .


S. wheat.
Bushels.


Corn.
Bushels.


Oats.

Bushels.


Rye.
Bushels.


Barley.
Bushels.


Total.
Bushels.


1886.


201,103


450


5.506,084


10,644,844


68.477,686


42,534,082


1,104,396


10,262.360


131,529,452


1887.


189,130


503


5.639,573


17.667,073


50,700.475


45,974,724


852,324


9,462,000


130,297,069


1888.


211,818


341


7,265,135


10.191,034


66,391,548


52,617,987


2,357,792


8.521,344


147,344,840


1889.


249,883


362


13,695,185


4,654,590


84,775.590


58,768,512


2.570.410


9.206,163


173,670,447


1890.


272.956


610


9.126,046


9,320,484


94,991.620


74,605,342


3,085,129


13,378,080


204.506.701


1891.


277.216


422


27,793,776


15,127.138


68,283,523


75.404,372


ai35,375


11.042.163


205,836,347


1892.


320,572


389


34.223,568


22.639,996


86,159,535


85,779,164


3,972.960


13,951,020


246,726,243


1893.


271,041


381


17,914.303


23,372,064


85,135,925


75,294,700


1,508.853


12,6t>2,400


215,888,245


1894.


217,207


353


27,200,000


4.055,360


71,560,220


65,952.650


930.550


11,369,775


181,069,455


tads.


204,616


557


11.023.123


9,751.617


71,782,273


76.393,660


1,166,308


9.578.184


179,695.165


[896.


306.445


722


13,642.409


22,480,117


109,061,030


106,055,406


2,231,067


10,845.807


264,215,826


1897.


310,159


900


11,085.769


11.531.703


122,758,455


113,741,310


3,700,526


14,577,602


277,395,365


1898.


326,877


843


18.554,026


24,418,464


126.196,096


111.499,472


4,526,933


14,493.698


299,752,717


1899.


314,186


826


8,713,491


27,808,304


133,480.471


117,180,869


537.436


13,351,152


301,271.723


1900.


371. 80ti


581


24,382,736


16.874,340


126,033.039


109.355,863


1,959.785


13,368,386


291,974,149


1901.


213,426


359


21,714,770


12,872,885


99,784.782


95.123,311


1,818,793


9,840,492


241,155.033


1902.


145,835


49V


22,762,729


8,719,206


51.388,102


75.389,520


2.776,140


11,894,732


172,930,429



INSPECTION FROM STORE-COMPARATIVE STATEMENT 1886-1902 INCLUSIVE.



YEAR.


Winter
wheat.
Busliels,


Spring
wheat.
Bushels.


Corn.
Bushels.


Oats.

Jiusltt'lx.


Rye.
Bushels.


Barley.
Bushels.


Total.
Bushels.


Combined
totals of
\n ana out
inspection.


1886...


2,648,956


10,500,918


41,645,620


4,765,724


635.174


1,052,913


61,249.305


192,778,757


1887. .


6,019,271


17,642,628


39.843,323


10,153,370


394,948


1,044,871


75,098.411


205,395,480


1888. .


8,060,541


6.365.790


46,754,284


14,818,254


516.942


1,157,523


72,673,334


217,890,263


1889. .


9,156,010


3,637,232


66,517,282


20,668,531


1,778,321


1,399,573


103,156,949


276,827,396


1890. .


4,108.468


4,090,471


57,285,534


16^39,843


1,666,253


1,753339


85,744,408


290,251,109


1891. .


23,127.995


8.04&566


41,218.563


14,161,975


5,573,607


2,079,177


94.209,883


300,046,230


1892. .


21.979222


16,768,772


46,149,865


18,844,499


2,325,719


1,849,642


107,917,619


854,643,862


1893. .


17,183,320


10,911.263


62,014,462


16,064,748


676,180


1,320,529


108,190,502


324,058,747


1894. .


7,346,455


12,075.388


40,284,163


10,14ai42


229.826


933,568


71,012.542


252,081,997


1895. .


15,889,909


3,269,447


49,640.871


16,433,038


207,734


601,421


86,042,420


265,737,585


1896. .


17,623,079


10,666,573


72,526,549


17,990.581


831.556


947.288


120,585,626


384,801,452


1897. .


11,233,913


24,882.404


87,744.100


20,767,610


3,110,677


1,174,346


148,913,050


426,308,415


1898. .


15,861,587


28.626,793


102,292,781


13,933,890


5.103,160


936,624


166,864,835


466,617,552


1899. .


2,566,305


29,401.967


105,810,587


10,683,499


3,222.747


1,519,530


153.204,635


454,476,358


1900. .


17.973.565


34,124,720


102,749,483


14,131.566


1,515,527


289,513


170,784,374


462,758,523


1901. .


24.429,896


27.323.028


75,426,170


19,607,520


1.229,260


321,242


148,337.116


389,492.149


1902. .


23,196,709


19.782.300


50,565.355


18,214,523


2,946,749


301,534


115,007170


287,937.599



CHICAGO WEATHER.



MONTH.


TEMPERATURE.


PUECIPITATION.


+->

I
I


4

a


<*
g

i

j


W

a


i.



Online LibraryAlice Bertha GommeChicago daily news national almanac for .. (Volume 1903) → online text (page 85 of 89)