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Deputy -John G. Neumeister; Chief
Clerk-Wyatt McGaffey

CITY COLLECTOR'S DEPARTMENT.
ist floor, City Hall.
Collector F. X. Brandecker.

CITY TREASURER'S DEPARTMENT.
ist floor, City Hall.
Treasurer M. J. Bransfield.

COMPTROLLER'S DEPARTMENT.
ist floor, City Hall.

, Comptroller W.K. Ackerman; Chief
Clerk Francis M. Barrett.

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS.

2d floor, City Hall.

Commissioner Hiram J. Jones; Dep.
Commissioner John A. Moodv;
Sec. J.W.Tpuhy; CityEngineer-Sam-
uel G. Artingstall; 3d floor; Superin-
tendent of Sewerage A. W. Cooke
superintendent of Streets John Mc-
Carthy; Assistant Superintendent of
Streets-Patrick McCarthy; Chief En-
gineer of Streets-J..H. Flagg; Assistant



Engineers R. P. Brown, George F.
Samuels, J. B. Hittel, L. A. Meyers,
D. W. Maher, George K. Wheefock,
H. A. Stevens, A. M. Hirsch, P. L.
Benton; Superintendent of Map Dept.
Wm. Reisennegger; Superintendent of
Water Dept. W. E. Crossette; Asses-
sor of Water Rates Frank Dvorak ;
Special Assessments J. Samuel Shea-
han.

HEALTH DEPARTMENT.

Basement, City Hall.

Commissioner Arthur R. Reynolds,
M,D.; Asst. Commissioner and Secre-
tary -J F. McCarty; Clerk E. L.
Haynes; Registrar of Vital Statistics
W. A. Kimmitt; Clerk to Registrar J.
J. Dillon.

LAW DEPARTMENT.

T,d floor, City Hall.

Corporation Counsel Harry Rubens
City Attorney George A. Trude;
Prosecuting Attorney W. C. Asay.

PARK COMMISSIONERS.

Lincoln Park President, Andrew
Crawford; v. pres., John S. Cooper:
sec., Geo. W. Weber; auditor, Bernard
F. Weber; F. H. Winston, Martin
Becker. Office, Lincoln Park.

West Chicago Park President, Carl
Moll; Treasurer, E. S. Dreyer; Secre-
tary, Harry Wilkinson; Commissioners,
Walter S. Bogle, Andrew J. Graham,
Carl Moll, John Milton Oliver, Ed-
ward G. Uihlein, Charles J. Vopicka,
Harvey T. Weeks. Office, Union Park,

South Park Pres., Joseph Donners-
berger; Auditor, William Best; Treas.,
John R. Walsh; Jefferson Hodgkins,
John B. Sherman, T. W. Ellsworth.



POST-OFFICE.

Government Building, Clark, cor,
Adams.

Postmaster Washington Hesing.

Assistant Postmaster John M. Hub-
bard.

Supply Clerk-J. W. Ward. Record
Clerk John Matter.

Superintendent Mails John A. Mont-
gomery.

Private Secretary Daniel P. Cahill

Cashier Henry R. Green jr.

Bookkeeper Thomas R. Melody.

Supt. of City Delivery M. J. Mc-
Grath.

Supt. of Money Order Division
Joseph B. Schlossman.

Supt. of Registry Division Perry
H. Smith.



ABNER GROSSMAN
GEO. P. LEE



GROSSMAN & LEE

INTERIOR
DECORATORS



IN ORIGINAL AND
EXCLUSIVE DESIGNS



1303 MICHIGAN AVENUE

CHICAGO




Have Exclusive Sale in Chicago for the

DECKER BRO'S.
ESTEY PIANO CO.
CAMP & COMPANY
AND ARION \

AND

ESTEY ORGANS

Quality, Terms and Prices to Suit AH. Renting, Tuning, etc.

233 STATE ST. 49=53 JACKSON ST.

26



MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION.



27



OFFICE HOURS.

Postmaster's office from 9 a. m. to 4
p. m.

Superintendent of Mails, from 9 a. m.
to 5 P- rn.

Cashier and Accountant, from 9 a. m.
to 4.30 p. m.

Money Order Division, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Registered Letter Division, 8 a. m. to
6 p. m.

Wholesale Stamp Division, 9 a. m. to
4.30 p. m.

Retail Stamp Division,7a.m. to iop.ni.

Carrier's Division for Delivery of
Mail, 7:15 a. m. to 6 p. m. Sundays,
11:30 a. m. to 12:30 p. m.

General Delivery, 7:30 a. m. to 10 p. m.
Sundays, 11:30 a. m. to 12.30 p. m.

CARRIER STATIONS.

Post Office Clark and Adams

A 355 N. Clark. To remove to 575 and
577 N. Clark.

B 1353 Diversey av.

C N.W.cor. Washington and Halsted.
To remove to 416 and 418 W. Madi-
son.

0-981 W. Madison.

E 2021 W. Madison.

F 517 Milwaukee av.

G 1551 Milwaukee av.

H 543 Blue Island av.

^-3217 State
4193 Halsted.
L 2224 Cottage Grove av.
M 3729 Cottage Grove av.
N 324, 55th.
0-p! 63d.

P- 630, 79th. To remove to 606, 7gth.
R-II43, 75th.
8234-236, gist.
T 2370, 1 1 5th
V 1058 Millard av.
W 3155 Archer av.
X 1250 E. Ravenswood Park
Y- 4 775 N. Clark.

SUB-STATIONS,

i 405 Larrabee

2 1072 Lincoln av.

3-117 Wells.

4 1249 N, Clark.

5511 Lincoln av.

6 1061-1063 Milwaukee av.

7 530 W. Indiana.

82601 S. Halsted.

9409 S. Western av.
103815 Archer av.
ii 1324 Ogden av.
12-675 W. Lake.
13525 W. Vanburen.
14 572 W. Madison.
151355 Wabash av.
16 5001 State.
17-143, 35th



18-3801 State.

1948, 43d.

20 245, 57th.

212904 Archer av.

22 360 Ogden av.

23-108, 53d

24 2127 Archer av.

251273 W. Vanburen

26 5 IO Ashland av.

27601 Garrield boul.

28260 S. Halsted.

29 To be established at 200 W. Ran-
dolph.

30 63d and Woodlawn av.

31 Masonic Temple.

32 S.W. cor. Evanston & Bryn Mawr
ays., Edgewater.

33 Lincoln av. and North 5gth, Bow-
manville.

34 Discontinued October i, 1894

351168 Douglas, Irving Park.

36 Kedzie and Belmont avs., Avon-
dale.

37 255 Hoffman av., Maplewood.

38990 Kimball av., Simons.

39 1085 Keeney av., Hermosa.

4087 N. West 4 8th, Moreland

41 6764 S, Chicago av , Park Manor.

427102 Cottage Grove av., Brooklme
Park.

437500 Ford av., Windsor Park.

44 7900 Commercial av., Cheltenham.

458683 Vincennes av., South Engle-
wood.

469332 Cottage Grove av., Burnside.

47 95th and Wood, Rock Isl. Depot,
Longwood.

48 N.E. cor. io3d and Vincennes av.,
Washington Hts.

49 614, 1020, Fernwood

5011154 Michigan av., Roseland.

5111600 Dearborn, Gano.

5210554 Torrence av., Cummings.

5310301 Avenue K, Colehour.

54 26 Robinson av., Linden Park.

SUB STATIONS BRANCH POST :

OFFICES.

Pullman 25 Arcade bldg.
Forest Glen Cor. Elston and Forest

Glen avs.
Jefferson N.E. cor. Milwaukee av.

and Short.

Mayfair Railroad av., near St. James.
Dunning Railroad Station, C.M. &

St.P.R.R.
Montclare Railroad Station, C.M. &

St.P.RR.
Elsdon S.E, cor. 5ist and Trumbull

av.

Chicago Lawn 63d near St. Louis av.
South Lynne S.E.cor.64th andCooper
Clarkdale Central Park av.. near 83d

Place.
Forest Hill 7900 S. Robey.




MILBURN WAGON Co.,

521=531 Wabash Ave.



BROUGHAMS, CARRIAGES, SPIDER PHAETONS, STANHOPES,

TRAPS AND BRAKES.
HARNESS AND HORSE CLOTHING.



W. J. CLIZBE, Manager.



Telephone Main =350.




Buy the
Patent.



Wall
Trunk



As it opens up close to the
wall. It has six solid cor-
ners, and is stronger than
any other trunk made.



Old Style.



Wall Trunk.



James C. Lynch

Under Sherman House 135 E. Randolph St.



MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION.



29



Riverdale 13565 Indiana av.
Hegewisch 13500 Hegewisch av.
West Pullman 752, i2oth.
Norwood Park Chicago and Central
avs.

FOREIGN MAILS.

Mails for Great Britain and Ireland,
Sundays, Mondays and Thursdays, and
Tuesdays during summer via New
York, close at 4 p. m.

For Denmark, Norway and Sweden,
Sundays, Mondays and Thursdays, via
New York, close at 4 p. m.

For Germany via New York, Mondays
and Thursdays.

For China, Japan, New Zealand, Aus-
tralia, Sandwich Islands, Fiji Islands,
Samoa and specially addressed address-
ed matter for Siam, mails close daily at
2 a. m. sent to San Francisco for dis-
patch in direct bags from that office.

Note Mails for countries not named
above close daily at 4 p.m. and are sent
to New York for dispatch in the closed
bags from that office.

For Canada Provinces Ontario and
Quebec, close at 9.30 a.m. and 8.30 p. m.
daily except Sunday.and Sunday 5 p.m.,
Hamilton, Toronto, Montreal, London,
special dispatch closes daily at 2:30
p. m.

For Nova Scotia, New Brunswick,
Prince Edward's Island and Newfound-
land, close daily at 7:45 and iq a.m. and
3:30 and 8.15 p. m. and are dispatched
(except for Newfoundland) at 2.30 p.
m. daily.

For British Columbia and Manitoba,
dispatched via St. Paul, closing daily at
2 a.m.

Foreign postage tables will be found
in the public lobbies of the main and
branch offices.

For Mexico close daily at 8.15 a. m.,
and 8 p.m.

UNIVERSAL POSTAL UNION.

The rates of postage to the countries
and colonies composing the Universal
Postal Union (except Canada and
Mexico) are as follows:

Letters, per ij grams (% ounce,) 5
cents; postal cards each, 2 cents; news-
papers and other printed matter, per 2
ounces, i cent; commercial papers,
packets not in excess of 10 ounces, 5
cents, packets in excess of 10 ounces,
for each 2 ounces or fraction thereof, i
cent; samples of merchandise, packets
not in excess of 4 ounces 2 cents, pack-
ets in excess of 4 ounces, for each 2
ounces or fraction thereof, i cent;
registration fee on letters or other arti-
cles, ip cents.

Ordinary letters for countries of the



Postal Union (except Canada and
Mexico) will be forwarded, whether
any postage is prepaid on them or not.
All other mailable matter must be pre-
paid, at least partially.

Argentine Republic, Australia, Aus-
tria-Hungary, Bahamas, Barbadoes,
W. I., Belgium. Bermudas, Bolivia,
Brazil, British Colonies on West coast
of Africa and in West Indies, British
Guiana, British Honduras, British In-
dia, Bujgaria, Canada, Ceylon, Chili,
Colombia U. S. of, Congo, Costa Rica,
Cyprus, Cuba, Danish Colonies of St.
Thomas, St. Croix and St. John; Den-
mark, Dominica, Ecuador, Egypt,
Falkland Islands, Fiji Islands, France,
French Colonies, in Asia, Africa,
America and Oceanica; Germany, Ger-
man Protectorates, Great Britain and
Ireland, Greece, Greenland, Guatema-
la. Hawaii, Sandwich Islands; Hayti,
Honduras, Hong Kong, Italy, Jamaica,
Japan, Labuan, Liberia, Luxemburg,
Malta, Mauritius, Mexico, Montenegro,
Netherlands, Netherland Colonies in
Asia, Oceanica and America, New-
foundland, New South Wales, New
Zealand, Nicaragua, Norway, Para-
guay, Persia, Peru, Porto Rico, Portu-
gal, Portuguese Colonies in Asia and
Africa, Queensland, Roumania, Russia,
Salvador, Servia, Siam, South Aus-
tralia, Spain, Spanish Colonies in
Africa, Oceanica and Asia; Singapore,
Penang and Malacca; St. Vincent, W.
I., Sweden, Switzerland, Tasmania,
Trinidad, W. I., Regency of Tunis,
Uruguay, Venezuela, West Australia.

RATES OF POSTAGE.

The letter rate of postage is two
cents for each ounce or fraction thereof
throughout the United States and Do-
minion of Canada and Mexico. The
postage on letters dropped in the office
for delivery in the city is two cents per
ounce.

All letters must be fully prepaid by
stamps.

The following Classes of Letters are
not Advertised: Drop Letters. Box
Letters. Letters directed and sent to
hotels, and thence returned to the post
office as unclaimed. Letters returned
from the dead letter office to writers,
and card request letters. Circulars,
free packets, containing printed docu-
ments, speeches and other printed mat-
ter. N.B. A request for the return of
a letter to the writer if unclaimed within
thirty days or less, written or printed
with the writer's name, post-office and
State, across the left hand side of the
envelope, on the face side, will be com-



Btyant&Stfctton
Business College

3ISTOS2I ftllfaffft OPPOSITE.
WABASH AV. UflllQSV AUDITORIUM

Largest-Oldest** Best*



Business-Shocthand English-
Most LUXURIOUSLY Fu RNISHED SCHOOL** AMERICA



BUSINESS is REVIVING

There is a Growing Demand for

Bookkeepers Stenographers and
Assistants of all Kinds-

YOUNG MEN and WOMEN

Should begin at once to prepare jbr

PROFITABLE EMPLOYMENT-



GOOD POSITIONS

SECURED BY STUDENTS

Business Firms Supplied with Help

VISITORS WELCOME Phone HARRISON 688



MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION.



plied with . Such letters will be returned
to the writer free of postage.

MAIL MATTER OF THE SECOND CLASS.

This class embraces newspapers and
other periodical publications, issued
not less than four times a year, from a
known office of publication, and bearing
a date of issue, and which have no cloth,
leather, or other substantial binding.
Such publications must have a legiti-
mate list of subscribers and must not
be designed primarily for advertising
purposes or for free circulation. The
rate of postage on second-class matter
when sent from the office of publication
(including sample copies), or when sent
from a news agent to actual subscribers,
or to other news agents, is one cent per
pound or fraction thereof; but if sent by
any other than the publisher or a news
agent is one cent for each four ounces
or fraction thereof.

MAIL MATTER OF THE THIRD CLASS.

This class embraces transient news-
papers and periodicals, books (printed),
photographs, circulars, proof sheets.and
corrected proof sheets with manuscript
copy accompanying the same, and all
matter of the same general character,
as above enumerated. The rate of
postage is one cent for each two ounces
or fractional part thereof, except on
transient newspapers and periodicals of
the second-class, which will be one
cent for each four ounces or fraction
thereof.

MAIL MATTER OF THE FOURTH CLASS.

This class embraces labels, patterns,
playing cards, visiting cards, address
tags, paper sacks, wrapping paper and
blotting pads, with or without printed
advertisements thereon, bill heads,
letter heads, envelopes with printed
addresses thereon, ornamented paper,
and all other matter of the same general
character. This class also includes
merchandise, and samples of merchan-
dise, models, samples of ores, metals,
minerals, seeds, etc., and any other
matter not included in the first, second,
or third classes, and which is not in its
form of nature liable to damage the
contents of the mail bag, or harm the
person. Postage rate thereon, one cent
for each ounce or fractional part there-
of.

U.S. POSTAL MONEY ORDER SYSTEM.

FEES FOR MONEY ORDERS.

On orders not exceeding $S 5 cts.
Over $5, and not exceeding $10 . 8 cts.
Over $10 and not exceeding $13, 10 cts.
Over 15 " " .30, 15 cts.



Over $30 and not exceeding $40, 20 cts.



Over 40

Over 50

Over 60

Over 70

Over 80



25 cts.
60, 30 cts.

35 cts.
40 cts.
ioo, 45 cts.



No fraction of cents to be introduced
in the order.

No single orders issued for more than
$100.

Parties desiring to remit larger sums
must obtain additional money orders.

No applicant, however, can obtain in
one day more than three orders paya-
ble at the same office and to the same
payee.

INTERNATIONAL MONEY ORDER
SYSTEM.

Orders can be obtained upon any
money order office in Great Britain and
Ireland, Germany, Austria, Belgium,
Holland, Denmark, Sweden, Norway,
Switzerland, Italy, Canada, France, Al-
geria, Japan, Portugal, The Hawaiian
Kingdom, Jamaica, New Zealand, New
South Wales, Hungary, Egypt and
Hong Kong, India and Tasmania,
Queensland, Cape Colony, The Wind-
ward Islands and The Leeward Islands,
for any sum not exceeding $50 in Uni-
ted States currency.

No single order issued for more than
$5o.

Parties desiring to remit larger sums
must obtain additional money orders.
There is no limit to the number of
orders in the International Money Or-
der System.

FEES FOR ALL INTERNATIONAL MONEY
ORDERS.

On orders not exceeding $10 . $ .10

Over $10 and not exceeding $20 .20

' 20 30 .30

1 30 40 .40

' 40 SO .50

POSTAL NOTES.

Postal Notes for sums not exceeding
$4.00 will be issued on payment of a fee
of three cents each. These notes are
made payable to bearer at any money
order office in the United States whicn
the purchaser may designate.

REGISTRY DEPARTMENT.
Letters can be registered to all parts
of the United States upon payment of
a fee of eight cents, in addition to the
regular postage.

RAILWAY POST-OFFICES.
Railway post-offices are established
on all lines from Chicago. These offices



Mrs, J. N, Grouse. jrol& Elizabeth Harrison,

Director. !W_|S_lB Principal.

VjjjIgjL

The Work of the College is Divided into the Following Departments:



Teachers' Department

CENTRAL CLASSES.
FRESHMEN, JUNIOR, SENIOR.
NORMAL, BRANCH CLASSES.



Mothers' Department

CENTRAL CLASSES.
LOCAL BRANCH CLASSES.
DISTANT BRANCH CLASSES.



Literary Department. Publication Department.

Nurses' Department. Philanthropic Department.

SPECIAL LECTURE COURSES.
For further information address .....

CHICAGO KINDERGARTEN COLLEGE,

..... IO Van Buren Street.

RintBlman Piano Co.

ili Grade Pl




FACTORY WAREROOMS:

165 Wabash Avenue,

Corner Monroe Street. CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.

CHICAGO FROEBEL ASSOCIATION.

^ TRAINING SCHOOL FOR KINDERGARTNERS. )

2nd Floor. ____ 274 W A BASH A V E . Take Elevator.



MRS. A. H. PUTNAM, Supt.

For particulars, address MISS BERTHA PAYNE,

Hinsdale, III., Principal.

32



MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION.



33



run upon nearly all trains, and letters
may be mailed at the cars up to the
moment prior to the departure of the
trains. Stamps of the denominations
of two cents may be had at the cars.



ACADEMIES AND SEMI-
NARIES.

ARMOUR INSTITUTE Armour
av. sw. cor. 33d.

BAPTIST UNION THEOLOGI-
CAL SEMINARY Morgan Park.

BIBLE INSTITUTE FOR HOME
AND FOREIGN MISSIONS OF
THE CHICAGO EVANGELIZA-
TION SOCIETY 80 Institute pi. and
228 to 240 Lasalle av.

CHICAGO KINDERGARTEN
COLLEGE 10 Vanburen. Director,
Mrs. J. N. Grouse; Prin. Miss Elizabeth
Harrison.

CHICAGO MANUAL TRAINING
SCHOOL Michigan av. nw. cor. I2th.

CHICAGO MUSICAL COLLEGE
3d floor Central Music Hall.

CHICAGO THEOLOGICAL SEMI-
NARY-SI Ashland boul.

CHRISTIAN SCIENCE THEO-
LOGICAL SEMINARY 72 Audi-
torium

DE LA SALLE INSTITUTE-Wa-
bash av. ne. cor. 35th

GARRETT BIBLICAL INSTI-
TUTE Evanston.

GERMAN LUTHERAN THEO-
LOGICAL SEMINARY 437 N. Ash-
land av.

ILLINOIS INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL
FOR GIRLS South Evanston.

McCORMICK THEOLOGICAL
SEMINARY OF THE PRESBYTER-
IAN CHURCH 1060 N. Halsted.

NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY
-Evanston.

NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSI-
TY LAW SCHOOL-7th floor, Ma-
sonic Temple.

ST. IGNATIUS COLLEGE 413 W.
I2th.

ST. PROCOPIUS COLLEGE-704
Allport.

ST. VIATEUR'S COLLEGE
Bourbonnais Grove.

THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY OF
THE EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN
CHURCH 1301-1311 Sheffield av. n.
of Addison, Lake View.



UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO
Located bet. 57th and 5gth and Ellis
and Lexington avs. W. R. Harper,
Pres. of University; Martin A. Ryer-
son, Pres. of Board; C. L Hutchinson,
Treas.; T. W. Goodspeed, Sec.; Harry
P. Judson, Dean of Faculty; F. F. Ab-
bott, University Examiner; C. R. Hen-
derson, Chaplain; H.B.Grose, Recorder
and Registrar; Geo. N. Carmen, Dean
of Morgan Park Academy; Nath'l But-
ler jr., Acting Director Univ. Exten-
sion.

WESTERN THEOLOGICAL SEM-
INARY OF THE PROTESTANT
EPISCOPAL CHURCH 1113 Wash
ington boul.

WOMEN'S COLLEGE OF LITER-
ATURE AND ART Evanston



ASYLUMS.

CHICAGO HOME FOR INCURA-
BLES (THE)-Ellis av. ne. cor. 56th.

CHICAGO INDUSTRIAL
SCHOOL FOR GIRLS 49th and In-
diana av.

CHICAGO NURSERY AND HALF
ORPHAN ASYLUM-855 N. Halsted
and 175 Burling.

CHICAGO ORPHAN ASYLUM
2228 Michigan av.

CHURCH HOME FOR AGED
PERSONS-4327 Ellis av.

CHURCH HOME FOR ORPHANS
4331 Ellis av.

COOK COUNTY INSANE ASY-
LUM Located at Dunning, 111.

COOK COUNTY POOR HOUSE-
Dunning P. O.

DANISH LUTHERAN ORPHANS'
HOME Maplewood

ENGLEWOOD NURSERY OF
CHILDREN'S HOME SOCIETY
6516 Perry av.

EPWORTH CHILDREN'S HOME
2297 Commercial (L.V.)

ERRING WOMAN'S REFUGE
5024 Indiana av.

FOUNDLINGS HOME-ii 4 S.Wood
nr. W. Madison.

GERMAN OLD PEOPLE'S HOME
Harlem. (Altenheim P.O.) Cook Co.

GERMAN ORPHAN ASYLUM
Rose Hill.

GUARDIAN ANGEL GERMAN
(R.C.) ORPHAN ASYLUM Located
at Rose Hill (Havelock P.O.) Cook Co.




Rosehill Cemetery



SITUATED on exceptionally hjgh rolling ground
7 miles fronr\ Chicago, on Milwaukee Division.
Chicago aqd Northwestern Railway. Good
carriage drives from, the city to tr\e ground.



GEO. H. SCOTT, Acting Supt.

Post-Office Address, HAVELOCK, ILL.



EUGENE C. LONG, Sec'y &. Treas.
WM. H. TURNER, Prest.



City Office, National Life Building, Rooms 9O and 92

157 to 163 La Salle Street



TELEPHONE DIRECTIONS If City is wanted, ask for Maiq-615

If Cemetery is wanted ask for Lake View-IOI
Wr\en it answers ask for Rosehjll Cemetery.



34



MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION.



HOLY FAMILY ORPHAN ASY-
LUM 136 W. Division.

HOME FOR AGED AND DIS-
ABLED RAILWAY MEN -45 N.
Washtenaw av.

HOME FOR THE AGED-W. Har-
rison cor. Throop.

HOME FOR THE AGED Sheffield
av. sw. cor. Fullerton av.

HOME FOR CRIPPLED CHIL-
DREN Park av. cor. Paulina

HOME FOR MISSIONARIES'
CHILDREN Morgan Park.

HOME FOR UNEMPLOYED
GIRLS Market and Elm.

HOME FOR THE FRIENDLESS
1926 Wabash av.

HOUSE OF MERCY (for young
women) Adjoining Mercy Hospital,
Calumet av. cor. Twenty-sixth.

HOUSE OF THE GOOD SHEP-
HERD-N. Market cor. Hill.

ILLINOIS INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL
FOR GIRLS South Evanston.

ILLINOIS MASONIC ORPHAN'S
HOME 447 Carroll av. cor. Sheldon.

ILLINOIS SCHOOL OF AGRI-
CULTURE AND MANUAL TRAIN-
ING SCHOOL FOR BOYS Glenwood
Park.

ILLINOIS STATE HOME FOR
FEMALE JUVENILE OFFEND-
ERS 3111 Indiana av.

INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL FOR
GIRLS 49th cor. Indiana av.

INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL FOR
GIRLS (POLISH) 130 W. Division

JEWISH OLD PEOPLE'S HOME
6ad and Drexel av.

MARTHA WASHINGTON HOME
Graceland av. cor. Western av., Lake
View.

NEWS-BOYS' & BOOT-BLACKS'
HOME 1418 Wabash av.

OLD PEOPLE'S HOME-Indiana
av. nw. cor. Thirty-ninth.

SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF AND
DUMB-433 W. iath.

SERVITE SISTERS'INDUSTRl AL
HOME FOR GIRLS-I396 W. Van-
buren.

SOLDIERS' HOME-South Evan-
ston.

ST. JOSEPH PROVIDENT OR-
PHAN ASYLUM-Crawford av. bet.
W. Diversey av. and W. Belmont av.

ST. JOSEPH'S HOME FOR THE
FRIENDLESS 409 S. May.



ST. JOSEPH'S ORPHAN ASYLUM
Thirty-fifth cor. Lake av.

ST MARY'S MISSION HOUSE
215 Washington boul.

ST. MARY'S TRAINING SCHOOL
FOR BOYS Feehanville, Cook Co.,111.

ST.VINCENT'S INFANT ASYLUM
AND MATERNITY HOSPITAL 191
Lasalle av.

UHLICH EVANGELICAL LU-
THERAN ORPHAN ASYLUM-22I
Burling nw. cor. Centre.

WASHINGTONIAN HOME 566 to
572 W. Madison.

WORKING BOYS' HOME AND
MISSION OF OUR LADY OF
MERCY 363 W. Jackson.

WORKING WOMEN'S HOME
21 S. Peoria.



CEMETERIES.

CALVARY Ten miles n. of city.
Office at Cemetery and 19 Reaper blk.

CONCORDIA Five miles west ot
city limits on Madison. Office 2, 173
Randolph.

FOREST HOME CEMETERY-
Office 92 Washington.

GERMAN LUTHERAN OF ST.
PAUL AND EMANUAL
CHURCHES N. Clark cor. Graceland
av.

GRACELAND N. Clark ne. cor.
Graceland av. five miles n. of court
house, on Chicago & Evanston R.R.
Open every day (Sundays to lot owners
only). Office, room 56 Montauk blk.

HEBREW BENEVOLENT SO-
CIETY S. of Graceland cemetery.

MOUNT GREENWOOD CEME-
TERY One-half mile w. of Morgan
Park. Office, room 33, 95 Washington.

MOUNT HOPE CEMETERY

Washington Heights. Office, 305, 138
Jackson.

MOUNT OLIVE CEMETERY
Dunning Station, C. M. & St. P. Ry. 9
miles w. of city hall. Office, 409 Mil-
waukee av.

MOUNT OLIVET CEMETERY
One-half mile w. of Morgan Park, on
Grand Trunk R. R. Office, 19 Reaper
blk.

OAKWOODS Sixty-seventh st. cor.
Cottage Grove av., Hyde Park. Office,
room 102, 187 Dearborn.

RIDGELAWN CEMETERY
Crawford av. cor. Peterson av. (J.)




These
Ladies



Have found a

Savings Account

very convenient.



Globe Savings Bank

Dearborn and Jackson Streets



CAPITAL PAID IN, $200,000

STATE] SUPERVISION



ACCOUNTS of Individuals, Firms and Corporations received on favorable
terms.

SAVINGS DEPOSITS draw four per cent, interest, which is paid quarterly.
Special Rates paid on Certificates of Deposit.

COLLECTIONS receive special attention. Drafts and Bank Money Orders
for sale on all parts of Europe.



OFFICERS :

C. W. SPALDING, President,
H. G. CILLEY, Vice-President, C. M. JACKSON, Cashier.

DIRECTORS :
CHARLES W. SPALDING, Chicago, A. B. CAMP, Chicago.

ALISON W. HARLAN, Chicago, H. G. CILLEY, Chicago,

EDWARD HAYES, Red Oak, la. C. M. JACKSON, Chicago.

GEO. F. ANDREWS, Nashua, N. H.

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MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION.



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ROSEHILL-Seven miles from city,
on Mil. div. C. & N.W.Ry. City office,
90 and 92, 159 Lasalle.

ST.BONIFACE (German Catholic)
N. Clark cor. Lawrence av.

WALDHEIM Ten miles from court
house, on Galena div. C.H.& B. and C.
& Wis.Cent.Ry. Office, 161 Randolph.

ZION CONGREGATION CEME-
TERY Rosehill.



CHURCHES.
Baptist.

AUBURN PARK 622,79th. Pastor,
Rev. W. A. Waldo

AUSTIN Pastor, Rev. J. F. Bartlett

AUSTIN SWEDISH Pastor, Rev.
J. Samuelson.

BELDEN AVENUE-N. Halsted
cor. Belden av. Pastor, Rev. J. S. Ken-
nard.

BERWYN Pastor, Rev. B. F. Mar-
tin

BETHANY -Hoyne av. nr. 35th.
Pastor, Rev. E. A. Orr.

BETHEL (Colored) 72d cor. Cham-
plain av. Pastor, Rev. J. W. Cabeen.

BETHESDA(Colored) 34th se. cor.
Armour av. Pastor, Rev. W. A. Birch.

CALVARY Wabash av. cor. 38th.
Pastor, Rev. W. B. Riley.

CENTENNIAL-W. Jackson cor.



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