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world. Foreign Exchange bought and sold.

CORRESPONDENCE or a personal inter-
view with a view to business relations respect-
fully invited.

DIRECTORS:

F. MADLENER, FERD. W. PECK,

C. K. G. BILLINGS, WILLIAM BEST,
ANDREW McNALLY, J. R. WALSH,
MAURICE ROSENFELD.

J. R. WALSH, President.

ANDREW McNALLY, Vice-President.
F. M. BLOUNT, Cashier.

T. M. JACKSON, Ass't-Cashier.



MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION.



55



ST. MICHAEL'S (German) Eu-
genie cor. Cleveland av. Pastor, Rev.
A. Herz.C.S.S.R.: Assts., Rev. August
Troisdorf, C. SS. R.; Rev. Martin Grue-
ner, C. SS. R.; Rev. A. Ebel, C. SS. R.
Rev. Peter Heller, C. SS. R., Rev. Geo.
Thomas, C. SS. R., Rev. Jos. Biel, C.
SS. R.

ST. MICHAEL'S (Polish)-83d cor.
Bond av. Pastor, Rev. A. Nawicki.

ST. MONICA'S (Colored) 448, 36th.
Rector, Rev. D. J. Riordan.

ST. NICOLAS' (German) iisth
Place and State. Pastor, Rev. Theo-
dore A. Bonifas.

ST. PATRICK'S-Commercial av.
nr. Ninety-fifth, So. Chicago. Pastor,
Rev. M. Van de Laar; Asst., Rev. J.
Aylward.

ST. PATRICK'S-S. Desplaines cor.
W. Adams. Pastor, Rev. Thomas F.
Galligan; Asst., Rev. E. Byrnes.

ST. PAUL'S (German) S. Hoyne
av. cor. Ambrose. Pastor, Rev. Geo.
Heldman; Asst. Rev. J. Wanner.

ST. PETER'S (German) Clark cor.
Polk. Rev. Paulinus Tolksdorf, O. S.
F,;Rev. I. Gey, O. S. F.

SS. PETER AND PAUL gist cor.
Exchange av., So. Chicago. Pastor,
Rev. F. Burelbach.

ST. PHILLIP'S Park av. cor. W.
43d. Pastor, Rev. P. J. McDonnel;
Asst., Rev. Thomas Smith.

ST. PIUS' S. Ashland av. se. cor.
W. iqth. Pastor, Rev. F. S. Henne-
berry: Assts., Rev. D. J. McCaffery
and Rev. J. W. Melody, ^^

ST. PROCOPIUS' (Bohemian) -
Allport cor. W. i8th. Pastor, Rev.
Nepomuck Jaeger, O. S. B.; Assts.,
Rv.v. Wenceslaus Kozarnik, O. S. B.,
Rev. Valerian Haolovic, O. S. B., Rev.
Procop Neuzil, O. S. B., Rev. Ilde-
phonse Wittman, O. S. B., and Rev A.
Rebec, O. S. B.

ST. ROSE OF LIMA Ashland av.
nr. 48th. Pastor, Rev. Dennis Hayes.
Asst. Rev. P. Dwyer.

ST. STANISLAUS KOSTKA'S(Pol-
ish) Noble cor. Ingraham. Superior,
Very Rev. Simon Chas. Kobrzynski,
C. R.; Rector, Rev. Vincent Barzynski,
C. R.; Assts., Rev. L. Machdzicki, C.
R., Rev. John Kasprzycki, C. R., Rev.
Theophil Szypkowski, C. R., Rev. Ber-
nard Zimjewski, C. R., Rev. J. Piechow-
ski, C. R., Rev. J. LeGrand, C. R. Rev.
E. Sedlaczek, C. R., Rev. Joseph Gehu-
rowski, C. R., and Rev. F. Matuszews-
ki, C. R.



ST. STEPHEN 'S-N. Sangamon cor.
W. Ohio. Pastor, Dominic Egan; Asst.,
Rev. H. Quinn.

ST. SYLVESTER'S-California av.
and Shakespeare av. Pastor, Rev. P.
J. Agnew; Asst., A. J. Hines.

ST. TERESA'S ((German) Centre
cor. Clyde. Pastor. Rev. Mathias W.
Barth; Asst., Rev. C. A. Erkenswick.

ST. THOMAS'-55th and Kimbark
av. Pastor, Rev. J. J. Carroll; Assts.,
Rev. J. Glennon, and Rev. J. Callaghan.

ST. VIATEUR'S-Cor. Belmont and
Crawford avs. Pastor, Very Rev. C.
Fournier, P. S. V.; Asst. Rev. T. Du-
gart, P. S. V.

ST. VINCENT DE PAUL'S-Web-
ster av. cor. Osgood. Pastor, Rev.
E. Smith, C. M.; Assts., Rev. F. X.,
Antil, C. M., Rev. J. E. Hennelly, C.

IV1.

ST. VlTUS-Paulina and VanHorn.
Attended from St. Procopius by Rev.
Valerian Havlovic, O. S. B.

ST. WENCESLAUS' (Bohemian)
173 DeKoven. Pastor, Rev. Joseph
Molitor.

The Salvation Army.

DIVISIONAL HEADQUARTERS
Princess Rink, 558 W. Madison.
Brigadier. Edward Fielding, chief di-
visional officer.

CHICAGO i Princess Rink, 558 W.
Madison.

CHICAGO 2 39th and Langley av.

CHICAGO 3999 W. Lake.

CHICAGO 4 Harvey, 111.

CHICAGO 51682 Milwaukee av.

CHICAGO 6-Music Hall, 6221 Went-
worth av. Englewood.

CHICAGO; (Swedish) 172 iN.Clark.

CHICAGO 82948 State.

CHICAGO 94029 State.

CHICAGO 10 (Swedish) 9115 Erie
av. South Chicago.

CHICAGO 112932 Wentworth av.

CHICAGO 12 Evanston, 111.

CHICAGO 13 (Swedish) 17 Milton
av. (north side.)

CHICAGO 15 (Swedish) 5428 La-
salle.

CHICAGO 16 (Swedish) 6116 Aber-
deen.
^.CHICAGO 17 723,47th (L.)

CHICAGO 18 Calumet Hall bldg.
Grand Crossing.



MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION.



CHICAGO 19 La Grange.
CHICAGO 20 Austin.
CHICAGO 215345 Lake av. (H.P.)
CHICAGO 22-W. Harrison e. of
Halsted.

Union Evangelical.

BETHANY UNION-Prospect av.
cor io3d. Pastor Rev. Geo. E. Hunt.

KENWOOD EVANGELICAL-
Greenwood av. and 46th. Pastor, Rev.
John P. Hale.

LAKE AVENUE UNION -Lake
av. nr. 45th. Pastor, .

OAKWOODS UNION-Champlain
av. and 65th. Pastor, Rev. C. E. Hul-
bert.

ST. PAUL'S EVANGELICAL-
Prospect av. and 94th. Pastor, Rev.
William Russell Scarritt.

Unitarian.

ALL SOULS' Oakwood boul. se.
cor. Langley av. Pastor, Rev. Jenkin
Lloyd J mes.

CHURCH OF THE MESSIAH-
Michigan boul. se. cor. 23d. Pastor,
Rev. W. W. Fenn.

THIRD UNITARIAN Monroe se.
cor. Laflin. Pastor, Rev. James Vila
Blake.

UNITY Dearborn av. se. cor. Wal-
ton pi. Pastor, Rev. B. R. Bulkeley.

United Evangelical.

Bishop, Rudolph Dubs, D.D. LL. D.,
office 911 Chicago Opera House blk.
Presiding Elder, Rev. John Schneider,
938 Haugan av.

ADAMS STREET-Adams cor Ro-
bey. Pastor, Rev. W. H. Foulke,

DEARBORN STREET - Armour
av. bet. 36th and 37th. Pastor, Rev.
Frederick Busse.

NORTH ASHLAND AV.-N. Ash-
land av. cor. Noble av. Pastor, Rev.
C. A. Fuesele.

ZION'S N. Hoyne av. cor. Iowa.
Pastor, Rev. W. F. Schmalle.

United Presbyterian.

FIFTH Ravenswood. Pastor, Rev.
Ralph Atkinson.

FIRST-W. Monroe sw. cor. S. Pau-
lina. Pastor, Rev. Win. T. Meloy.

FOURTH 1080 W. Polk. Supply,
Rev. J. A.Collins, D.D.



SECOND Honore cor. 63d. Pastor,
Rev. J. A. Duff.

THIRD Indiana av. cor. 35th. Pas-
tor, .

Universalists.

BLUE ISLAND Pastor. Rev. W.
R. Libby.

CHURCH OF THE REDEEMER
Warren av. ne. cor. Robey. Pastor,
Rev. M. H. Harris, D.D.

ST. PAUL'S Prairie av. cor. 3oth.
Pastor, Rev. A. J. Cantield, D.D.

THIRD UNIVERSALIST 80
Hall nr. Diversey av and N. Clark.
Pastor, Rev. L. J. Dinsmore.

UNIVERSALIST MISSION 54th
cor. State. Pastor, Rev. R. A. White.

STEWART AVENUE 65th St.,
and Stewart av. Pastor, Rev. R. A.
White.

RYDER CHAPEL Woodl awn
Park. Pastor, Rev. C. A. Garst.

UNITY Oak Park. Pastor, Rev.
R. F. Johonnot

Miscellaneous.

APOSTOLIC CATHOLIC Ss. Lo-
cust, w. Franklin. Pastor, Rev. E. R.
W. Bersch.

ARMOUR MISSION-33d se. cor.
Armour av. Pastor, Rev. Charles T.
Wyckoff.

CHURCH OF CHRIST Pastor,
Rev. F. S. Van Eps, Auditorium Bldg.
Services every Sunday morning at 10:45
o'clock.

DISCIPLES OF CHRIST Meet
every First Day at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30
p. m. at 23 and 25 Kendall.

PACIFIC GARDEN MISSION-ioo
E. Vanburen, Supt. Mrs. Geo. R.
Clarke; Asst. Supt. Harry Monroe.
Meetings every evening.

PEOPLE'S INSTITUTE (Unde-
nominational) Vanburen cor.Oakley av.

REORGANIZED CHURCH OF
LATTER - DAY SAINTS-Franklin
Hall, 70 Adams.



CONSULS IN CHI ^ AGO.

ARGENTINE REPUBLIC 193
Vanburen. Consul, P. S. Hudson.

A U S T R O - HUNGARIAN - 1637
Michigan av. Consul, Franz Von
Sponer; Vice-Consul, F. Freyesleben.

BELGIUM-,39, 108 Lasalle. Consul,
Charles Henrotm.



MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION.



57



BRAZIL 406, 19 Wabash av. Con-
sul, Stuart R. Alexander.

CHILE-57, 22d, Consul, Mathew J.
Steffens.

DENMARK 34, 70 Lasalle. Con-
sul, Otto A. Dreier.

FRANCE 600, 56, 5th av. Consul
G. Andre Mondehare; Chancellor, A.
Jo we.

GERMAN EMPIRE 501, 120 Ran-
dolph. Consul, Carl Buenz; Vice-Con-
sul, F. Bopp.

GREAT BRITAIN 4, 72 Dearborn.
Consul, James Hayes Sadler; Vice-Con-
sui, W. H. Bankes-Price.

GREECE Corn Exchange Bank.
Consul, General Charles L.Hutchinson.

HONDURAS i, 124 Dearborn.
Consul, Edward E. Day.

ITALY 500, 56, 3th av. Consul,
Count Girolamo Marazzi

MEXICO 30, 126 Washington. Con-
sul, Felipe Berriozabal, jr.

NETHERLANDS-85 Washington.
Consul, Geo. Birkhoff, jr.

PERU 301, 358 Dearborn. Consul.
Charles H. Sergei.

RUSSIA Chicago Beach Hotel.
Consul, M. H. de Thai.

SPAIN 42, 115 Monroe. Consul.
Hobart Chatneld Chatfield-Taylor.

SWEDEN & NORWAY Lasalle
cor. Lake. V. Consul, John R. Lind-
gren; Sec. Count C. A. Wachtmeister.

SWITZERLAND-i67 Washington.
Consul, A. Holinger.

TURKEY 539, 108 Lasalle. Consul,
Chas. Henrotin.

URUGUAY REPUBLIC 193 Van-
buren. Consul C. C. Turner.



EDUCATIONAL.

BOARD OF EDUCATION.

I2th floor, 109 Randolph.

Office open From 9 a. m. to 3 p. m.

OFFICE HOURS OF SUPERINTENDENT
AND SUPERVISORS.

Superintendent and Assistant Super-
intendents From 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Supervisor of Vocal Music, Grammar
Department Monday, Tuesday, Wed-
nesday, Thursday, 4 p.m. to 5 p.m..
Saturday, 10 a.m. to 12 m.

Supervisor of Drawing Monday and
Friday, from 4 to 5 p.m.

Supervisor of German Monday,
Wednesday and Friday, from 4 to 5 p.m.



Business Manager Daily, from 4 to
5 p.m.
Chief Engineer From 4 to 5 p.m.

OFFICERS OF THE BOARD.

President Alfred S. Trude.

Vice-PresidentDaniel R. Cameron.

Secretary W. A. S. Graham; Super-
intendent Albert G. Lane.

Assistant Superintendents of Schools
Edward C. Delano, Albert R. Sabin,
Ella F. Young, Elizabeth L. Hartney,
Leslie Lewis, James Hannan, A. F.
Nightingale, A. Kirk.

Suoervisor of EveningSchools James
H. B'rayton.

Business Manager John A. Guilford.

Auditor George G. Custer.

Attorney Donald L. Morrill.

School Agent Charles C. Chase,
1103 Chamber of Commerce bldg.

Chief Engineer Thomas J. Waters.

COOK COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION.

Room 320, Court House.

Henry F. Donovan, Pres't., 302
Webster av.; O. T. Bright, Sec'y., 320
Court House; Henry Biroth, 485, 25th
St.; S. D. Walden, 1206 Title & Trust
bldg.; Nelson A. Cool, Blue Island;
Geo. Struckman, 203 Court House;
John R. Lindgren, 154 Lake; C. S.
Cutting, 812 Cham. Com. bldg.

O. T. Bright, sec. and superintendent.
Free Kindergartens.

FREE KINDERGARTEN ASSO-
CIATION Armour av. cor. 33d. H.
H. Higinbotham, Pres.; W. E. Kelley,
Treas.; Hon. Thos. C. MacMillan, Sec.;
Mrs. L. A. Hagans, Cor. Sec.

NORMAL AND TRAINING DEPARTMENT.

Faculty Miss Eva B. Whitmore,
General Superintendent and Instructor
in Occupations; Miss Alice Temple,
Assistant Superintendent; Miss Anna

E. Bryan, Principal of Normal and
Training Department, and Instructor
in Theory and Gifts; Miss Margaret
Mprley, Natural Sciences, Psychology,
Physical Culture and Methods; Dr.

F. W. Gunsaulus, Education and
Christianity; Miss Mari-Ruef Hofer,
Music.

THE KINDERGARTENS.

ADA STREET Ada cor. Fulton.

ALUMNAE Ewing nr. S. Halsted.

ARMOUR Thirty-third and Ar-
mour av.

BETHESDA 406 S. Clark.

ELEANOR REID 2^1 Calumet av.

ERIE CHAPEL Erie st. nr. Noble

FORWARD MOVEMENT-Hals-
ted cor. Congress.




..STREETER HOSPITAL.

2646 CALUMET AVENUE.
For the Treatment of Diseases of Women.

The Finest Private Hospital in the World: Rooms, Board and Nursing,
from $30.00 to $50.00 per week.



G. L. HARVEY,

Manager.



JOHN W. STREETER, M. D., ^
Chief Surgeon.



MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION.



GERMAN Locke and Bonaparte.

HALSTED STREET 784 S. Hals-
ted.

HOME FOR THE FRIENDLESS
Twentieth and Wabash av.

LINCOLN PARK-Garfield av. and
Mohawk.

LINCOLN STREET - Ambrose
cor. Lincoln.

MARIE CHAPEL Wentworth av.
and Bushnell.

PATRIOTIC ORDER DAUGH-
TERS OF AMERICA Chicago av.
cor. Lasalle av.

PLYMOUTH-3027 Butler.

RAILROAD CHAPEL-3825 Dear-
born.

RAYMOND MISSION Poplar av.
cor. 3oth.

SIXTH PRESBYTERIAN- V i n-
cennes av. cor. 36th.

ST. PAUL'S Thirtieth and Prairie
av.

TABERNACLE-Morgan and In-
diana.

TALCOTT-I&9 W. Adams.

UNION AV. Union av. cor. 44th.

UNIVERSITY CONGREGATION-
AL CHURCH Madison av. cor. ;6th.



HOSPITALS.

ACACIA MASONIC HOSPITAL
369 Washington boul.

ALEXIAN BROTHERS HOSPI-
TAL-539 to $69 N. Market.

AUGUSTANA HOSPITAL 4,80
Cleveland av.

BENNETT HOSPITAL Ada nw.
cor. Fulton.

CHICAGO BAPTIST HOSPITAL
32 and 34 Centre av.

CHICAGO CHARITY HOSPI-
TAL 2407 Dearborn.

CHICAGO EMERGENCY HOSPI-
TAL 194 Superior.

CHICAGO HOMEOPATHIC HOS-
PITAL S. Wood se. cor. York.

CHICAGO HOSPITAL Champlain
av. cor. Fortieth.

CHICAGO HOSPITAL FOR
WOMEN AND CHILDREN W.
Adams nw. cor. Paulina.

CHICAGO OPHTHALMIC HOS-
PITAL 607 W. Vanburen.



CHICAGO POLICLINIC HOSPI-
TAL 174 and 176 Chicago av.

COOK COUNTY HOSPITAL W.
Harrison cor. Wood.

DETENTION HOSPITAL-Wood
nw. cor. Polk.

GERMAN HOSPITAL 754 and 756
Larrabee.

HAHNEMANN HOSPITAL 2811
to 2815 Groveland av.

ILLINOIS CHARITABLE EYE
AND EAR INFIRMARY-227 W.
Adams.

LINNAEAN HOSPITAL 1732 Di-
ve rsey

MARINE HOSPITAL N. Halsted
nr. Graceland av. five miles north of
court house, on lake shore. Office,
Custom House bldg. room 20.

MAURICE PORTER MEMORIAL
FREE HOSPITAL FOR CHILDREN
606 Fullerton av.

MERCY HOSPITAL Calumet av.
cor. Twenty-sixth.

MICHAEL REESE HOSPITAL-
Twenty-ninth ne. cor. Groveland av.

POST-GRADUATE HOSPITAL
(Under direction of Post-Graduate
Medical School). 819 W. Harrison

PRESBYTERIAN HOSPlTAL~3oo
S. Wood.

PROVIDENT HOSPITAL AND
TRAINING SCHOOL ajooDearborn.

ST. ELIZABETH'S HOSPITAL
Davis se. cor. Lemoyne.

ST. JOSEPH'S HOSPITAL 360
Garfield av. nw. cor. Burling.

ST. LUKE'S HOSPITAL 1420 to
1434 Indiana av.

STREETER HOSPITAL-2646 Cal-
umet av.

WESLEY HOSPITAL-2459 Dear-
born

WOMAN'S HOSPITAL OF CHI-
CAGO Thirty-second nw. cor. Rhodes



LIBRARIES AND READING
ROOMS.

ARMOUR MISSION-Thirty-third
se. cor. Butterfield.

CHICAGO ATHEN^UM LI-
BRARY 18 to 26 Vanburen. Open
week days from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m.

CHICAGO BRANCH OF THE IN-
TERNATIONAL TRACT AND



MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION.



MISSIONARY SOCIETY, ;i Ashland
boul.

CHICAGO HISTORICAL SO-
CIETY LIBRARY Dearborn av. nr.
cor Ontario.

CHICAGO LAW INSTITUTE-
Room 414 County bldg.

CHICAGO PUBLIC LIBRARY-
4th floor. City Hall. Open week days
from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sundays 9 a.m.
to 6 p.m. Regular meetings of the
Board 2d and 4th Saturdays of each
month, at 3 p.m.

CHICAGO THEOSOPHICAL SO-
CIETY LIBRARY Room 48 Athe-
naeum bldg. 26 Vanburen.

HAMMOND LIBRARY 81 Ash-
land boul.

HYDE PARK LYCEUM READ-
ING ROOM AND LIBRARY-I36, 53d.

NEWBERRY LIBRARY Wal-
ton pi. bet. Clark and Dearborn av.

PULLMAN PUBLIC LIBRARY-
73 and 75 Arcade bldg. (P.)

RAVENSWOOD PUBLIC LI-
BRARY 2517 Commercial

SOUTH CHICAGO PUBLIC LI-
BRARY Bowen School bldg. 93d cor.
Houston av.

UNION CATHOLIC LIBRARY
ASSOCIATION-^ Dearborn. Open
from 12.30 to 5 p.m.

WESTERN NEW CHURCH UN-
ION BOOK ROOM 17 Vanburen.
Open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

WHEELER THEOLOGICAL LI-
BRARY-i 1 13 Washington boul.

YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN AS-
SOCIATION READING ROOM -
Open daily from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. ex-
cept Sundays, 153 Lasalle; 542 W.
Monroe; Wilson av., Ravenswood ;
250, 92d (S. C.) ; Larrabee cor. Grant
pi; Garfield boul. and Shields av.;
Canal, W. Kinzie, Pullman, 34 Arcade
bldg.

YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN AS-
SOCIATION READING ROOM
(Scandinavian) Reading room and
library open every evening from 7 to

YO'UNG MEN'S LIBRARY (Col-
ored) 400 Dearborn. Open daily
from 7:30 a.m. to 10:30 p.m.



MILITARY.
United States Army.

Stationed at Headquarters, Dept. of
the Missouri, Pullman bldg., southwest
cor. Michigan av. and Adams st.



Major General Thomas H. Ruger,
U. S. Army, room No. 406.

Lieutenant Chas. G. Lyman, 2d
Cavalry, Aide-de-Camp, room No. 407.

Lieutenant Colonel James P. Martin,
A. G. Dept., Assistant Adjutant Gen-
eral, room No. 403.

Colonel Edward M. Heyl, Inspector
General, room No. 401.

Major Stephen W. Groesbeck, J. A.
G. Dept., Judge Advocate, room 610.

Brevet Lieutenant Colonel Jeremiah
H. Gilman, Sub. Dept., Chief Commis-
sary of Subsistence, room 417.

Lieut. Colonel Albert Hartsuff, Med-
ical Department, Medical Director,
room No. 404.

Brevet Brigadier General Judson D.
Bingham, Assistant Quartermaster
General, Chief Quartermaster, room
No. 415.

Lieutenant Colonel George W. Can-
d^e, Pay Department, Chief Paymas-
ter, room No. 506.

Captain William L. Marshall, Corps
Engineers, Engineer Officer, room 411.

Captain Jesse M. Lee, 9th Infantry,
Assistant to I. G., room 401.

Major Forrest H. Hathaway, Q. M.
Dept. Disbursing Officer, room No.
416.

Major George W. Baird, Pay Dept.,
Paymaster, room 405.

Hrst Lieutenant Henry Jervey,
Corps Engineer. In charge of River
and Harbor Improvements, 2258 Wa-
bash av.

Lieutenant Colonel Thomas C. Sulli-
van, Subsistence Department. Depot
Commissary of Subsistence, 248-250 Illi-
nois.

Captain Louis S. Tesson, Med.
Dept., Attending Surgeon, 511 Pull-
man bldg.

First Lieut. Joseph A. Gaston. 8th

Cavalry, Recruiting Officer, 10 S.Clark.

Captain Philip Reade, 3d Infantry,

Recruiting Officer, 82 W. Madison and

427 State.

Illinois First Brigade National
Guard.

Stationed at Chicago Headquarters,
712 to 715 Old Colony bldg., Brigadier
General HarrisA. Wheeler, Command-
ing. Personal Staff: Aides-de-Camp,
First Lieut. Gilbert M. Weeks and
First Lieut. Wm. J. McNally; Brigade
Staff: Asst. Adjt. General, Lieutenant
Colonel Wm. N. Pelouze; Lieutenant
Colonel LeRoy T. Steward, Asst. In-
spector General; Lieutenant Colonel
Frank H. Ray, Inspector Small Arms
Practice; Lieutenant Colonel I. M.
Oliver, Judge Advocate; Major James



MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION.



6 1



H. Etheredge. Surgeon; Captain Jo-
seph Letter. Quartermaster; Captain
Chas. A. Stevenson, Commissary of
Subsistence; Captain R. H. Aiken, 6th
Inf. Range Officer; First Lieut. Wm. J.
Lloyd. 2d Inf. Signal Officer.

First Regiment Infantry.

Armory 1542 Michigan av. Field and
Staff Officers Colonel, Henry L. Tur-
ner; Lieut. Col. George V. Lauman;
Majors, Joseph B. Sanborn and Edgar
B. Tolman; Adjutant, Cuptain W. L.
De Reiner; Surgeon, Major Chas.
Adams, M.D.; Assistant Surgeon, John
W. Streeter; Quartermaster, First
Lieut. A. L. Bell; Inspector of Rirle
Practice, Captain Eugene R. Cox;
Chaplain, Captain Hiram W.Thomas.

Company A Captain Benj. F. Pat-
rick jr. Company B Captain W. J.
Sanderson. Company C Captain An-
son L. Bolte. Company D Captain
I. H. Barnett. Company E Captain
William F. Knoch. Company F
Captain J. M. Eddy jr., Company G
Captain G. W. Bristol. Company H
Captain Chas, G. Bolte. Company I
Captain F. W. Chenoweth. Company K
-Captain Willis J.Weils. Company L
Captain John S. Beeler, Company M
Captain Edward H. Switzer.

Second Regiment Infantry.

Arniories Washington boul. ne. cor.
Curtis, and 135 Michigan av. Field and
Staff Officers Colonel, George M.
Moulton; Lieutenant Colonel, W. D.
Hotchkiss; Majors, Frank B. Logan,
W. P. Dusenberry and James E.
Stewart; Adjutant, Captain Holman
G. Purinton; Inspector of Small Arms
Practice, Captain J. P. Sherwin;
Quartermaster, First Lieutenant Fred
W. Laas; Surgeon, Major G. F. Lyd-
ston; Assistant Surgeon, Captain
Malcolm Gunn; Chaplain, Captain H.
W. Bolton.

Company A Captain Philip Samuels.
Company B Captain George Mee-
han. Company C Captain T. 1.
Mair. Company D Captain W. A.
Chadwick. Company E Captain M.L.
Vanderkloot. Company F Captain
Joseph I.Kelly. Company G Captain
Willis McFeely. Company H Captain
John J. Garrity. Company I Captain
Win. E. Hoinville. Company K Cap-
tain E. G. Brown. Company M
Captain Wm. B. Alexander.

Chicago Zouaves meet Monday at
Battery D Armory. Captain, T. I.
Ford; First Lieutenant, Benj. A.
Case; Second Lieutenant, F. L. Hu-
guelet.



Seventh Regiment Infantry.

Headquarters and Armory 23 Lake.
Field and Staff Officers: Commanding
Colonel, Francis T. Colby; Lieut. Col.,
Marcus Kavanagh: Major, Garrett J.
Carroll; Surgeon, Major Michael E.
McGrath; Adjutant, Captain Thomas
L. Hartigan; Inspector of Small Arms
Practice, Captain Jeremiah S. Hyland;
Chaplain, Captain Edward A. Kelly.

Company A Captain Daniel T. Mc-
Graw. Company B Captain Michael
Punch; Company C Captain Michael
D. Sullivan. Company D Captain
Edmund P. Burke. Company E
Captain Daniel Moriarty. Company F
Captain J. J. Sisk. Company G
Captain Thos. Garry. Company H
Captain William J. Carroll.

First Battalion Illinois Naval
Militia.

Armories 135 Michigan av. and Bat"
tie Ship Illinois. Lieut. Com., B. M'
Shaffner; Staff: Adjutant, Lieutenant
Raymond B. Swigart; Ordnance Offi-
cer, Lieutenant William T. Wilson;
Paymaster, Lieutenant Horatio L.
Wait; Surgeon, Lieutenant Samuel J.
Jones. Divisions First Division:
Lieutenant Henry A. Allen, Com-
manding; Lieutenant John R. Eldred,
jr.. grade; Ensign, George F. Jewett;
Ensign, Henry Dolese. Second Divi-
sion: Lieutenant William M. Robin-
son, Commanding; Lieutenant John A.
Ubsdell, jr., grade; Ensign, William
H. Kirkland. Third Division: Lieu-
tenant Herbert McNulty, jr., grade;
Ensign, Norman B. Holdane; Ensign,
Clarence B. Shaffner. Fourth Division:
Lieutenant Frank H. Kochersperger,
Commanding; Lieutenant, J. B. Mar-
shall; Ensign, Charles B. Wilmarth;
Master at Arms, Victor B. Strelitz;
Chief Gunner's Mate, Wil Ham J. War-
ner; Signal Quartermaster, R. B.
Moore; Engineer, E. H. Kenny.

Battery D First Artillery.

Armory 145 Michigan av. Captain,
First Lieutenant, Alfred Russell;
Senior Second Lieutenant, William
Austin; Junior Second Lieutenant,
Axel Lindman.

Cavalry Troop A.

Armory, 135 Michigan av. Captain,
Paul B. Lino; First Lieutenant, G. C.
Lenke; Second Lieutenant, J. Howard
Ireland.

Chicago City Troop.

Commissioned Officers Captain, M.
L. C. Funkhouser, 414 The Temple;




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First Lieutenant, Joseph B. Keen;
Second Lieutenant, Frank B. Alsip.

Non-Commissioned Officers First
Sergeant, L. F. Brown; Second Ser-
geant, O. W. McMichael; Third Ser-
geant, W.R. Toppan; Fourth Sergeant,
Leo Wampold (Quartermaster); First
Corporal, A. L. Bournique; Second
Corporal, E. J. Gaston; Third Cor-
poral, S. S. Baker; Fourth Corporal,
I. F. Laing.

Board of Directors M. L. C. Funk-
houser, Joseph B. Keen, Frank R.
Alsip, Will H. Clark, W. R. Toppan,
S. S. Baker, H. N. Morris.

Chicago Hussars.

Commissioned Officers Captain Ed-
win L. Brand, 1610 Michigan av.; First
Lieutenant, Thomas S. Quihcy; Second
Lieutenant, J. J. Murray.

Staff Adjutant, P. R. McLeod;
Judge Advocate, J. W. Duncan; In-
spector, Matt Pinkerton; Quartermas-
ter, Charles Kern; Surgeon, Stewart
Johnstone, M.D.; Chaplain, Rev. O. P.
Gifford.

"Non-Commissioned Officers First
Sergeant, Waldo H. Howe; Second
Sergeant, J. S. Townsend; Third Ser-
geant, Sol Wolf; Fourth Sergeant, F.
K. Higbee; Fifth Sergeant, Roland A.
Crandal; Sixth Sergeant, F. H. Russ;
Seventh Sergeant, Joseph Horer; Color
Sergeant, Maurice Hecht; Chief
Trumpeter, Lieutenant James R.
Thacker; Troop Veterinary, Chas. E.
Sayre; First Corporal, George Getz;
Second Corporal, F. W. Mclntosh:
Third Corporal. Harry W. Kern;
Fourth Corporal, George Miller.

Civic Department Board of Direct-
ors, 1893 Edwin L. Brand, M. L. C.
Funkhouser, Joseph B. Keen, J. J.
Murray, Will H. Clark, Matt W. Pink-
erton, J. F. Latham.

Recruiting Committee F.H.Higbie,
Louis F. Brown, O. W. McMichael.



MUSEUMS.

CHICAGO ACADEMY OF SCI-
ENCES Matthew Laflin Memorial
Bldg., Lincoln Park. Pres. S. H. Pea-
body; Sec. Frank C. Baker; Rec. Wm.
H. Knap.

FIELD COLUMBIAN MUSEUM
Jackson Park. Pres. Edward E.
Ayer; ist Vice-Pres. Martin A. Ryer-
son; 2d Vice-Pres. Norman B. Ream;
Secretary, George Manierre; Secretary,
Byron L. Smith; Trustees Ed. E.
Ayer, Owen F. Aldis, G. R. Davis C.
H. McCormick, Martin A. Ryerson,



H. N. Higinbotham, Watson F. Blair,
H. W. Jackson, George Manierre, Ed-
win Walker, G. E. Adams, W. J.
Chalmers Arthur B. Jones, Norman
B. Ream, N. Williams; Director F. J.
V. Skiff; Curator Anthropology, W.
H. Holmes; Curator Botany, C. F.
Milspaugh; Curator Zoology except
Ornithology. D. G. Elliott; Hon. Cura-
tor Ornithology, C. B. Cory; Curator
Geology, O. C. Farrington; Curator
Economic Geology, H. W. Nichols;
Recorder and Librarian, E. L. Burch-
ard; Accountant, D. C. Davies; Gen.
Supt. of Building, J. B. Goodman.

PARKS.

DOUGLAS W. i2th, Fairfield av.
W. Nineteenth and Albany avs.

DOUGLAS MONUMENT SQUARE
Foot 35th.

ELLIS fr. Prospect pi. to Thirty-
seventh w. of Cottage Grove av.

GARFIELD-W. Madison, S.Homan
av. W. Lake, etc.

HUMBOLDT W. North av. S.
California av. W. Division, etc.



Online LibraryLeslie StephenThe Chicago blue book of selected names of Chicago and suburban towns (Volume 1895) → online text (page 7 of 113)