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Full text of "Chicago law directory : an official list of members of the bar, with full information about the courts, officials and rules of practice, also a list of court stenographers and corresponding attorneys"

THIRTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL EDITION 



CHICAGO 

LAW DIREeTOlY 

1913-14 



AN OrnCIAL LIST OP 

MEMBERS OF THE BAR 

WITH rULU INFOMMATtON ABOUT TK£ 

COURTS, OFFICIALS AND 
RULES OF PRACTICE 



ALSO A LIST OF 

Court Stenograi>hers aistd 

CORItESPOISroXNG ATTOR]?^lErrS 



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PUiUSHED ANmiAUY IM BAY 8Y 
CRimHN A SULLIVAN, 172 NO. USALU STREET 

■ TELEPHONE FRANKLIN 564, CKSSA69, ILL. 

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COPYRICHT, 1913^ BY CHARLES CRITSMMS 

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Insurance Exchange 175 W. Jackson Blvd. 

Telephone Wabash 1220 



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Workmen's (Compensation Insurance 

Employers' Liability, Owners' Liability 

Burglary, Accident and Steam Boiler 

Insurance 

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GENERAL AGENTS 

Insurance Exchange 175 W. Jackson Blvd. 

Telephone Wabash 1220 



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Thirty-seventh Annual Edition 

Chicago Law Directory 

GRITMAN & SULLIVAN, Publishers 

T^HIS Directory contains the 
names of 5,496 Attorneys. 
During the year 99 have left the 
City; 120 went out of practice; 
33 are deceased. About 420 
new names have been added to 
the bar. 



A Register is kept in this office 
for the recording of changes 
during the year, and attorneys 
are requested to send in new 
names, telephone numbers and 
changes as soon as made, so that 
correct information may be given 
upon inquiry. ::::::: 

CHICAGO LAW DIRECTORY 

172 N. La Salle Street 

Telephones — Franklin 564 Automatic 32-077 

Copyright, 1913, by Charles Gritman. 



IHENE^EERRY 
UORARY 



RECORDS 
ABSTRACTED 

for use on appeal or otherwise 

PROOF-READ COPY DELIVERED PROMPTLY 

^ If desired, will take shorthand dictation 
of special parts. 

^ In long trials Daily Copy Abstract made from 
stenographer's transcript. 

^ Prepared to handle any case, anywhere, 
at any time. 

CHARGES: Usual Chicago rates for court 
reporting. 

ECONOMY: Saving time of attorney dicta- 
ing to shorthand writer. 

fl Evidence distributed and classified under 
suitable headings. 

JAMES ABBOTT 

(GRAY, ABBOTT & WILLISTON) 

516 Reaper Block 

TELEPHONES: 

Randolph 420 Auto. 42-682 



HOME OFFICE: 134 S. LA SALLE ST. 
CHICAGO 



COURT ^^ CONTRACT 

FIDELITY Bffl FRATERNAL 
PUBLIC OFFICIAL \|/ MISCELLANEOUS 




TEL. FRANKLIN 1141 



CHICAGO'S PIONEER SURETY COMPANY 

Bonds for Administrators, Con- 
servators, Executors, Guardians, 
Receivers, Trustees, Appeal, 
Attachment, Indemnity, Security 
for Costs, Replevin, and all Bonds 
required in Courts of Record 

ABSOLUTE SATISFACTION TO ATTORNEYS 

PATRONIZE YOUR HOME COMPANY 



Prominent Buildings for Lawyers 

REFERRED TO IN DIRECTORY 



ADVEKTISIXG BLDG., 123 W. Mad- 
ison St. 

AMEEICAN TRUST BLDG., 76 W. 
Monroe st., Northeast Corner Mon- 
roe and Clark sts. 

ASHLAND BLK., 155 N. Clark St., 
Northeast Corner Randolph st. 

ASSOCIATION BLDG., 19 S. La Salle 

St. 

BORDEN BLK., 54 W. Randolph st., 

Northwest Corner Dearborn st. 
BORLAND BLDG., 105 S. La Salle st., 

Southeast Corner Monroe st. 
BOYCE BLDG., 30 N. Dearborn st. 
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, 133 W. 

Washington, Southeast Corner of 
La Salle st. 
CHICAGO OPERA HOUSE BLK., 32 

N. Clark st., Southwest Corner Wash- 
ington St. 
CHICAGO STOCK EXCHANGE BLDG., 

30 N. La Salle, Southwest Corner of 

Washington st. 
CHICAGO TITLE & TRUST BLDG., 69 

W. Washington st. 
CITY HALL SQUARE BLDG., 139 

North Clark st. 
COMMERCIAL NATIONAL BANK 

BLDG., 72 W. Adams st., Northeast 

Corner Clark st. 
CORN EXCHANGE BANK BLDG., 134 

S. La Salle st., Northwest Corner 

Adams st. 
EQUITABLE BLDG., 40 N. Dearborn st. 
FIRST NATIONAL BANK BLDG., 38 

S. Dearborn st., Northwest Corner 

Monroe st. 
FISHER BLDG., 343 S. Dearborn st., 

Northeast Corner "Van Buren st. 
FORT DEARBORN BLDG., 105 W. 

Monroe st., Southwest Corner Clark st. 
HARTFORD BLDG., 8 S. Dearborn st.. 

Southwest Corner Madison st. 
HOME INSURANCE BLDG., 137 S. La 

Salle St., Northeast Corner Adams. 
INSURANCE EXCHANGE, 175 W. 

.Jackson blvd. 
KARPEN BLDG., 910 Michigan ave. 
KEDZIE BLDG., 89 W. Randolph st. 
McCORMICK BLDG., 332 S. Michigan 
ave. 



M4.JESTIC BLDG., 22 W. Monroe st. 

MARQUETTE BLDG., 140 S. Dearborn 
St., Northwest Corner Adams st. 

MERCHANTS BLDG., 106 N. La Salle, 
Northwest Corner of Washington st. 

MERCHANTS LOAN & TRUST BLDG., 
112 W, Adams st. 

METROPOLITAN BLK., 154 W. Ran- 
dolph St., Northwest Corner Randolph. 

MONADNOCK BLK., 304-334 S. Dear- 
born, between Van Buren and Jack- 
son. 

NATIONAL LITE BLDG., 29 S. La 
Saile St. 

NEW YORK LIFE BLDG., 35 S. La 
Salle, Northeast Corner Monroe. 

OTIS BLDG., 10 S. La Salle st. 

OXFORD BLDG., 118 N. La Salle st. 

PEOPLE'S GAS BLDG., 122 S. Mich- 
igan ave. 

PORTLAND BLK., 35 N. Dearborn st. 

RAILWAY EXCHANGE BLDG., 224 
S. Michigan ave., Corner Jackson blvd. 

REAL ESTATE BOARD, 155 N. Dear- 
born st. 

REAPER BLK., 105 N. Clark, North- 
east Corner Washington st. 

RECTOR BLDG., 79 W. Monroe st., 
Southeast Corner Clark st. 

ROANOKE BLDG., 9 S. La Salle st.. 
Southeast Corner Madison st. 

SCHILLER BLDG., 64 W. Randolph st. 

SECURITY BLDG., 189 W. Madison 
St., Southeast Corner Fifth ave. 

STRAUS BLDG., Northwest Corner 
Clark and Madison sts. 

TEUTONIC BLDG., 179 W. Washington 
St., Southeast Corner Fifth ave. 

THE ROOKERY, 209 S. La Salle st.. 
Southeast Corner Adams st. 

THE TACOMA, 5 N. La Salle st.. 
Northeast Corner Madison st. 

THE TEMPLE, 108 S. La Salle st.. 
Southwest Corner Monroe st. 

TRIBUNE BLDG., 7 S. Dearborn st.. 
Southeast Corner Madison. 

U. S. EXPRESS BLDG., 58 W. Wash- 
ington St. 
UNION BANK BLDG., 25 N. Dearborn. 
UNITY BLDG., 127 N. Dearborn st. 
WESTMINSTER BLDG., 110 S. Dear- 
born St. 



Assets Exceed $8,000,000.00. 



No Demand Liabilities. 



CHICAGO TITLE & 
TRUST COMPANY 

69 W. Washington Street 

TELEPHONE 4880 CENTRAL 

MAKES ABSTRACTS of TITLE 

GUARANTEES TITLES TO REAL ESTATE 

Acts as Administrator, Executor, Guardian, 
Trustee and Executes Trusts of all Kinds. 
Acts as Registrar and Transfer Agent for 
: : : Corporation Stocks and Bonds : : : 



RETAINS AS COUNSEL ATTORNEYS CAUSING 
TRUSTS TO BE COMMITTED TO ITS CARE 



HARRISON B. RILEY, President 
A. R. MARRIOTT, Vice-President 
WM. C. NIBLACK, Vice-President and Trust 

Officer 
WM. R. FOLSOM, Treasurer 
E. L. FITZ-RANDOLPH, Ass't. Treasurer 
CHARLES L. BARTLETT, General Counsel 
SHERMAN C. SPITZER, Ass't. General 

Counsel 
FRANK G. GARDNER, Ass't. Trust Officer 
R. W. BODDINGHOUSE, Chief Exam, of 

Titles 
WM. ARNOLD, Real Estate Officer 



ABEL DAVIS, Vice-President 
JOHN A. RICHARDSON, Vice-President 
JUSTIN M. DALL, Secretary 
JOHN L. DAY, Ass't. Secretary 
J. FRANK GRAF, Ass't. Secretary 
CHARLES R. DALRYMPLE, Ass't. Sec. 
HERMAN C. MAEHLER, Ass't. Secretary 
WALTER B. SMITH, Ass't. Secretary 
EUGENE C. JENKINS, Escrow Officer 
ALVA J. SHAW, Credit Manager 
RALPH ADAMS, Ass't Mngr. Abstract 
Dept. 



DIRECTORS 



GEORGE BIRKHOFF 
CHARLES L. BARTLETT 
OTTO C. BTJTZ 
IRA M. COBE 
J. LEWIS COCHRAN 
E. A. CUMMINGS 
ABEL DAVIS 
BERNARD A. ECKHART 
JAMES B. FORGAN 
MARVIN A. FARR 



MOSES E. GREENEBAUM 
NOBLE B. JUDAH 
E. C. KOHLSAAT 
DAVID B. LYMAN 
A. R. MARRIOTT 
NATHAN G. MOORE 
WM. C. NIBLACK 
GEORGE E. RICKCORDS 
HARRISON B. RILEY 
EDWARD A. SHEDD 



CENTRAL 

TRUST COMPANY 

OF ILLINOIS 

125 West Monroe Street 

Near LaSalle 

Capital .... $4,500,000 
Surplus and Profits 2,000,000 

BANKING, SAVINGS & TRUST DEPARTMENTS 

DIRECTORS 

A. J. EARLING, Pres't Chicago, Milwaukee H. A. LANGHORST, President Albert 

& St. Paul R'y Company Schwill & Company 

P. A. VALENTINE, Capitalist A. UHRLAUB, Vice-President Central Trust 

ARTHUR DIXON, President Arthur Dixon Co. of Ul. 

Transfer Co. WILLIAM T. ABBOTT, Vice-President Cen- 

CHARLES T. BOYNTON, Pickands, Brown tral Trust Co. of 111. 

& Company WALTER H. WILSON, Vice-President Cen- 

ALEXANDER H. RE\^LL, President Alex- tral Trust Co. of 111. 

ander H. Revell & Company JOSEPH E. OTIS, Vice-President Central 

S. M. FELTON, President Chicago, Great Trust Co. of III. 

Western R'y Company GEORGE WOODLAND, Formerly Pres't 

T. W. ROBINSON, Vice-President lUinois Prairie State Bank 

Steel Company BURTON F. PEEK, Vice-President Deere & 

CHANDLER B. BEACH, C. B. Beach & Company, Moline 

Company JAMES W. STEVENS, President Illinois 

GEORGE F. STEELE, President Brunet Life Insurance Co. 

Falls Manufacturing Co. W. O. JOHNSON, Gen'l Counsel & Director 

HOWARD G. HETZLER, Pres't Chicago & Chicago & Erie R. R. 

Western Indiana Ry. Co. R. FLOYD CLINCH, Crerar, Clinch & Co. 

MAX PAM, Pam and Hurd WILLIAM C. BOYDEN, Matz, Fisher & 

Z. G. SIMMONS, President Simmons Manu- Boyden, Attorneys. 

facturing Co., Kenosha C. B. SCOVILLE, Real Estate. 
CHARLES G. DAWES, Ex-comptroller of Currency 

Trust Department 

Authorized by law to accept Trusts and receive deposits of Trust Funds. Acts as Admin- 
ifitrator, Executor, Guardian, Conservator, Registrar and Transfer Agent of Bonds and Stocks. 
Manages Real Estate. 

THE SERVICES OF ATTORNEYS RETAINED IN ALL BUSINESS 
ENTRUSTED TO US BY THEM 



Chicago Lawr Directory 



INDHX-CONTENTS 



Page. 

Appellate Courts (Illinois) 119-120 

Chicago Bar and Telephone Nos.. 11-111 

Chicago Bar Association 126-127 

Chicago Law Institute 128 

Chicago Law Eeportei's' Assn 153 

Chicago Court Eeporters' Fed 'n.... 159 

City Courts 152 

City Law Department 122 

Circuit Court of Cook County 120 

Circuit Court Judges Outside of Cook 

County 140 

Civil Service Commission, City and 

County 124 

Commissioners of Cook County 124 

Commissioners of Uniform Laws. . . .119 

Coroner's Office 123 

Corresponding Attorneys 141-151 

County Attorney's Office 123 

County Constables 126 

County Clerk 124 

County Court of Cook County 122 

County Justices 125 

County Magistrates 124 

County Judges in Illinois 136-137 

Courts and Officials, Federal, State, 

County and City 116-126 

Court Eeporters 153-163 

Criminal Court of Cook County 122 

Diary and Court Calendar 167-270 

Election Commissioners 124 

General Court Eeporters and Oper- 
ators 162-163 

Illinois State Bar Assn 126 

Illinois Supreme Court 118 

Inheritance Tax Attorney 123 

Jury Commission, County 124 

Jury Commissioners, Federal 118 

Juvenile Court 122 

Law Schools 132-135 

Lawyers ' Club 128 

Lawyers' Association of Illinois. .. .128 
Masters in Chancery, Circuit, Supe- 
rior and U. S. District Court. .164-166 
Municipal Court of Chicago — Judi- 
ciary, Officials, Districts, Jurisdic- 
tions, Venue, Clerk's and Bailiff's 
Costs 129-131 



Page. 

Municipal Court Eules 321 

Patent Attorneys 112-113 

Probate Court of Cook County 121 

Probate Judges of Illinois 136-137 

Public Administrator 16(5 

Public Guardian 166 

Eailroad Attorneys 114-115 

Eecorder 's Office 124 

Eeferees in Bankruptcy 118 

Eeferees' Eules in Bankruptcy 281 

Eegistrar of Titles 124 

Eules of Appellate and Branch Ap- 
pellate Courts, First District 283 

Eules in Bankruptcy 279-281 

Eules of the Circuit Court — General, 

Common Law and Chancery 289 

Eules of the County Court 309 

Eules of Criminal Court 327 

Eules of the Municipal Court 321 

Eules of the Probate Court 315 

Eules of the Superior Court — Com- 
mon Law and Chancery 297-303 

Eules of Supreme Court of Illinois. 271 
Eules of the United States Circuit 

Court of -Appeals, Seventh Circuit. 329 
Eules for the Courts of Equity of the 

United States 341 

Sanitary District of Chicago 123 

Sheriff 's Office 123 

Sheriff's and State's Attorneys in 

Illinois 138-139 

State's Attorney's Office 123 

Superior Court of Cook County 121 

U. S. District Court 117-118 

U. S. Circuit Court of Appeals, Sev- 
enth Circuit 117 

U. S. Court of Claims 116 

U. S. Court of Customs Appeal 116 

U. S. Commerce Court 116 

U. S. Commissioners 118 

U. S. Department of Justice 116 

U. S. Depositories 118 

U. S. District Attorney 117 

U. S. Marshal's Office 117 

U. S. Supreme Court 116 



SURETY BONDS 
and UNDERTAKINGS 

are Furnished Promptly throughout the 
United States, Canada and Mexico by the 

American Surety Company 

OF NEW YORK 

Capital and Surplus over - - $6,000,000 

THIS Company confines its business Exclusively to the furn- 
ishing of Suretyship Bonds and Undertakings. 

Its experience extends over a Quarter of a Century. 

Its Financial Strength is Greater, its Qualifying Powder under 
Federal and State regulations is Larger, and its Agency Organi- 
zation is More Extensive than that of any other Surety company. 

With a Private Telegraph Wire direct from the Home Office to 
its Chicago and other western branches, Its Service is Unexcelled. 

When you require suretyship Here or Elsewhere, communicate 
with us. 

WESTERN ADVISORY COMMITTEE 

John J. Mitchell Ernest A. Hamill Orson Smith 

CHICAGO LOCAL BOARD 

Edward S. Lacey Frederic W. Upham 

M. L. JENKS, Manager 

800-805 Commercial National Bank Building 
CHICAGO 

TELEPHONES - - Central 395 - - Automatic 62-155 



Chicago LaTv Directory 

INDEX— ADVER.TISEMENTS 



Page. 
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE. 

Chicago Title & Trust Co 5 

BANKS AND TRUST COMPANIES. 

Central Trust Co. of Illinois 6 

Chicago Title & Trust Co 5 

First Trust and Savings Bank 355 

Fort Dearborn Trust and Savings 

Bank 357 

Hibernian Banking Association 288 

State Bank of Chicago Trust Co.... 302 

The Corporation Trust Co 356 

The Northern Trust Company Bank 
Back Cover 

CORPORATIONS ORGANIZED. 

The Corporation Trust Company. . . . 

See Diary and page 356 

United States Corporation Co 

282, 303, 309, 327 

COURT REPORTERS. 

Chicago Law Reporters' Assn 153 

Chicago Court Reporters' Fedn. ... 159 

General Court Reporters 158 

Reporters and Operators 162-163 

EXPERT COMMERCIAL 
AUCTIONEER. 

Samuel L. Winternitz & Co 278 

EXPERTS ON WRITING, 
FORGERIES, ETC. 

Robert M. Walker 308 

Marshall D. Ewell, M. D 282 

LAW PRINTERS. 

Barnard & Miller 352-353 

Chicago Legal News 287 

. LAW SCHOOLS. 

Chicago, Northwestern, Loyola and 
De Paul Universities; Illinois, Chi- 
cago-Kent, The John Marsliall, Chi- 
cago, Hamilton and Webster Col- 
leges 132-135 

LEGAL BLANKS. 

Chicago Legal News 287 

LEGAL NEWSPAPERS. 

Chicago Legal News 287 

Chicago Daily Law Bulletin 278 



Page. 
MASTERS IN CHANCERY. 

Circuit Court of Cook County 164 

Superior Court of Cook County. .165-160 
U. S. District Court . .■ 166 

PATENT ATTORNEYS. 

List of Patent Attorneys 112-113 

PENS. 

Crown Pen Co 296 

PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR. 

James F. Bishop 166 

PUBLIC GUARDIAN. 

Nellie Carlin 166 

RECORDS ABSTRACTED. 

James Abbott 2 

STOCK CERTIFICATES, SEALS. 

J. W. Middleton 296 

SURETY BONDS. 

John McGillen & Co. (Agents Fidel- 
ity & Deposit Co. of Md.j 320 

American Surety Company, M. L. 
Jenks, Mgr 8 

Chicago Bonding & Surety Co., Wal- 
ter Faraday, Asst. Mgr.; Chester 
A. Strail, Supt. Judicial Dept 314 

Conkling, Price & Webb 

Edge of Book and Inside First Cover 

Equitable Surety Co., F. A. Hancock, 
Vice. Pres.; Walter E. Hart, Asst. 
Mgr 10 

Fidelity and Deposit Company of 
Maryland, Conkling, Price & Webb, 
Gen. Agents; A. C. Arnold, Mgr.; 

W. G. Kress, Asst. Mgr 

Inside first cover and edge 

Illinois Surety Company 3 

Massachusetts Bonding and Insur- 
ance Co., F. M. Blunt, Res. Vice- 
Pres.; P. B. Shillito, Mgr 354 

National Surety Company, Joyce & 
Co 314 

U. S. Fidelity & Guaranty Co., Geo. 
E. Brennan, Frank J. Caulter 308 

TITLES GUARANTEED. 

Chicago Title & Trust Company 5 



Lawyers may obtain information regarding incorporation or qualifica- 
tion of corporations in all states or territories from 
Cent. 4608. THE CORPORATION TRUST COMPANY. ^uto. 5120a 

9 



CAPITAL $1,000,000.00 



EQUITABLE 
Surety Company 



Home Office, ST. LOUIS, MO. 



Surety Bonds 



CHICAGO OFFICE 

1314 Corn Exchange Bank Building 

134 South LaSalle Street 

Telephone Franklin 2722 



BOARD OF DIRECTORS AND ADVISORY BOARD 



W. K. BIXBY, Capitalist 
ADOLPHUS BUSCH, Pres. Anheuser- 
Busch Brewing Assn. 
THOMAS H. WEST, Chairman Board 

St. Louis Union Trust Co. 
C. H. HUTTIG, Pres. 3rd National Bank 
B. F. EDWARDS, Pres. National Bank of 

Commerce 
JULIUS S. WALSH, Chairman Board 

Mississippi Valley Trust Co. 
N. A. McMillan, Pres. St. Louis Union 

Trust Co. 
ROLLA WELLS, Ex-Mayor City of St. Louis 
HON. DAVID R. FRANCIS, Capitalist 
E. C. SIMMONS, Chairman Board Simmons 

Hardware Co. 
ROBERT S. BROOKINGS, Samuel Cupples 

Woodenware Co. 
JAMES E. SMITH, Pres. Equitable Surety 

Co. 



H. C. HAARSTICK, Vice-Pres. St. Louis 

Union Trust Co. 
EDWARD MALLINCKRODT. Pres. Mal- 

linckrodt Chemical Works. 
ALLEN T. WEST, G. H. Walker & Co. 
SAMUEL C. DAVIS. Capitalist 
R. H. STOCKTON, Pres. Majestic Mfg. Co. 
D. K. CATLIN, Capitalist 
J. D. BASCOM, Broderick & Bascom Rope 

Co. 
J. L. HUMPHREY, Vice-Pres. & Gen'l Mgr. 

Equitable Surety Co. 
FRANK MEAD, Vice-Pres. Equitable Surety 

Co. 
C. H. BAILEY, Capitalist 
CHAS. A. LEMP, Wm. J. Lemp Brewing Co. 
WALTER H. WEST, Secretary-Treasurer 

Equitable Surety Co. 
HARRY S. MILES, Vice-Pres. Equitable 

Surety Co. 



MEMBERS OF 

THE CHICAGO BAR 

AND TELEPHONE NUMBERS 



Stars Indicate Members of the Chicago Bar Association 



NOTE— This is the Official Directory of the Chicago Bar 
Association. All names in the list have been revised -with the 
records of the Supreme Court and Bar Association. 



Aaron, Charles (Henry J. & Charles 
Aaron), 76 W. Monroe st. and 
Drovers' Bk. Bldg., Union Stock 
Yds. Drovers 3732. 

*Aaron, Henry J. (Henry J. and 
Charles Aaron), 76. W. Monroe st. 
and Drovers' Bk. Bldg., Union Stock 
Yds. Drover 3732. 

*Abbey, Charles P. Master in Chancery 
Superior Court (Buell, Abbey & Wil- 
liams), 1608-1612 Tribune Bldg. Cent. 
5758 and 5759. Auto 41-103. 

*Abbott. Edwin H. (Abbott & Rich). 
414 First Nat'l Bk. Bldg. Ran. 3853. 

Abbott, Geo. T. 2916 S. State st. Doug- 
las 8499. 

*Abbott, Homer, 414 First Nat. Bk. 
Bldg. Ran. 3853. Auto. 44-704. 

Abbott, Sylvester G., 1100-76 W. Mon- 
roe St. Cent. 618. 

*Abbott, William T. (Vice-President 
Central Trust Co.) Ran. 2976. Auto. 
51-141. 

*Aborn, Everett A. 211-136 W. Lake st. 
Main 3868. Aut. 31-207. 

Abraham, Fred S. 1937 Morse av. Rog- 
ers Park 2428. 

A'Brunswick, Frank P. 715-160 W. 
Jackson blvd. Wabash 1252. 

Ackerman, Benjamin P. 1413-15 City 
Hall Square Bldg. Ran. 3187. 

Ackley, Lemuel M. 1715 City Hall 
Square Bldg. Cent. 1411. 



*Adams, Albert H. (Adams & Jack- 
son), 1147 Monadnock Blk. Har. 

146. Aut. 64-759 
*Adams Asa G. (Adams Crews, Bobb 

& Wescott), 1100 American Trust 

Bldg. Cent. 618 
Adams, Cornelius R. 401 Ashland Blk. 

Cent. 2651 
*Adams, Cyrus H. Jr. 1700 Commercial 

Nat'l Bk. Bldg. Ran. 425. 
*Adams, Elmer H. (Adams, Crews, 

Bobb & Wescott), 1100 American 

Trust Bldg. Cent. 618 
*Adams, Francis 5724 Kenmore av. 

Ravenswood 4827 
*Adams, Francis Jr. (Brundage. Wilk- 

erson & Cassels), 1145 The Rookery. 

Wabash 2571. Aut. 53-930 
*Adams, Geo. E. 610 The Temple. Main 

817 
Adams. Harvey M. 600-108 S. La Salle 

St. Main 365. Aut. 51-449 
Adams, Melville Roy 1721-25 Harris 

Trust Bldg. Cent. 1755 and 6011 
*Adams, Samuel (Adams. Follansbee, 

Hawley & Shorey). 412 Home Ins. 

Bldg. Ran. 7434. Aut. 51-298 
Adams, Spencer L. 1610 Title & Trust 

Bldg. Ran. 2597. Aut. 41-463 
*Adams, Wm. A. (Asst. County Att'y, 

507 County Bldg. Franklin 3015), 

715 Tacoma Bldg. Main 5043, 5044. 

Aut. 31-910 
*Adcock. Edmund D. (Fyffe, Adcock & 

Ryner). 1709 Harris Trust Bldg. 

Ran. 7300 
Adcock, Houston C. 1605 Marquette 

Bldg. Cent. 406 



CHICAGO LAW DIRECTORY. 



*Addington. Keene H. (Jones, Adding- 
ton. Ames & Seibold), 1610 Ft. Dear- 
born Bldg. Ran. 45 

Adelman. Abram E. 1212 Ashland Blk. 
Cent. 4609 

Adcr. Edward J. (Friedman & Ader), 
1528 Otis Bldg. Franklin 3098. Aut. 
31-835 

Adkinson, Elmer W. 610-167 W. Wash- 
ington St. Franklin 353, 354. Aut. 
31-430 

*Adler. Sidney (Adier & Lederer), l.?05 
Otis Bldg. Main 4198. Aut. 31-275 

Agnew, Michael J. 1617 Ashland Blk. 
Cent. 569 

Ahern, Charles F. 600 Washington blvd. 
Havmarket 4126 

Ahern, Michael J. 1617 Ashland Blk. 
Cent. 569 

*Ahrens. John P. 810 Reaper Blk. Cent. 
254 

Ahrensfeld. John C. 1012 Schiller Bldg. 
Ran. 3440 

Albin. Henry S. 514 Francisco av. Gar- 
field 3302 

Alden. Frank 612-186 N. La Salle st. 
Franklin 315 

*Alden. William T. (Alden. Latham & 
Young), 1104-11 Corn Exchange Bank 
Bldg. Main 3129 

*Aldrich, Charles H. (Aldrich & Aid- 
rich), 418 Home Ins. Bldg. Cent. 
2840. Aut. 53-286 

Aldrich. Charles R. (Aldrich & Aid- 
rich), 418 Home Ins. Bldg. Cent. 
2840. Aut. 53-286 

Alexander, David T. 1120 Otis Bldg. 
Franklin 3726 

Alexander, Edward G. 3741 Rhodes av. 

Aut. 76-648 
Alexander Jr. Edward Alcxico City, 

Mexico 
Alexander, Harry A. DesPlaines, 111. 

Tel. 643 
Allen. Abel L. 1101 Association Bldg. 

Ran. 5762 
♦Allen. Alexander C. 724-111 W. Mon- 
roe St. Ran. 3961 
♦Allen. Chas. L. (Herrick. Allen & 

Martin). 1800 Commercial Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Ran. 4046 
.'\llen. Chas. W. Phoenix, Ariz. 
♦Allen. Harry L. 700 Commercial Nat. 

Bk. Bldg. Ran. 400 
Allen. J. Worth 1007 Tacoma Bldg. 

Main 2288 
♦Ailing, Charles 410 Title & Trust 

Bldg. Cent. 2139 
Ailing. Edward H. Bk. Fl. The Temple. 

Franklin 1848. Aut. 52-899 



Allshouse. Albert B. 7712 S. Carpenter 

St. Normal 5821 
Alsager, C. Martin 1420 Ashland Blk. 

Cent. 6748. Aut. 48-896 
♦Alschuler, Leon S. 1311 Ft. Dearborn 

Bldg. Ran. 5670 
Alschuler, Maurice 1616 Tribune Bldg. 

Ran. 3086. Aut. 41-346 
♦Alschuler, Samuel (Kraus. Alschuler 

& Holden), 1230-48 Tribune Bldg. 

Cent. 1825 
♦Altheimer. B. j. 1038 Stock Exchange. 

Main 3470 
Alton, William. Jr. 10-119 S. Clark st. 
Amberg, E. Marshall (Asst. City Atty., 

Main 447. and Amberg & Amberg), 

411 Roanoke Bldg. Cent. 5454 
Amberg. Harold Vincent 806-112 W. 

Adams st. Cent. 7128 
Amberg. W. Arnold (Amberg & Am- 
berg). 411 Roanoke Bldg. Cent. 5454 
*Ambler. Harry E. with Am. Bond & 

Mtg. Co. Royal Ins. Bldg. Wabash 

2636 
Ambler. Hubert C. 1406 Otis Bldg. 

Franklin 177 
Ames. Edward M. 901 City Hall Square 

Bldg. Ran. 4700. Aut. 41-312 
Ames. Howard 1214-1216 Unitv Bldg. 

Cent. 2246. Aut. 43-451 
Ames. John J. Armour & Co. Yards 

4100 
Ames. Michael E. 1409 Ashland Blk. 

Main 3282. Aut. 41-565 
Ames. Robert Lewis (Jones, Adding- 

ton. Ames & Seibold). 1610 Ft. Dear- 
born Bldg. Ran. 45 
A m m e n, William J. (A mm en, 

Streyckmans & Tovner). 800 Schiller 

Bldg. Ran. 6714 and 6715. 
Amory, Edward P. 1033 People's Gas 

Bldg. Cent. 1154 
Amundson. Ole K. 2255 W. North av. 

Humboldt 6073 
Andalman. Samuel J. 1003-4 City Hall 

Square Bldg. Cent. 4339 
♦Anderson. Arthur A. 1639 First Nat. 

Bk. Bldg. Cent. 2160 
♦Anderson. A. G. (Anderson & Hough) 

1108 Association Bldg. Ran. 726 
Anderson. Beni. W. 1220 Ashland Blk. 

Cent. 6505. Aut. 48-221 
Anderson. Cyrus Alvin 110 S. Clark st. 

Cent. 6492 
Anderson, Ernest E. 810 Corn Exchange 

Bldg. Main 5100 
Anderson, F. Garfield 3400 Montrose 

av. Irving 67 
♦.Anderson, G. Bernhard (Anderson, 

.Anderson & Anderson), 509-69 W. 

Washington st. Cent. 2652. Aut. 

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Anderson, George F. (Anderson, An- 
derson & Anderson), 509-69 W. 
Washington st. Cent. 2652. Aut. 
44-694 

Anderson, John E. 1010-19 S. La Salle 
St. Ran. 978 and 3527. Aut. 32-516 

Anderson. John L. 1016 Ashland Blk. 
Cent. 4392 

Anderson, Louis B. Asst. Co'-.nty Attor- 
ney. Franklin 3015, and 508-184 W. 
Washington st. Franklin 2717. Aut. 
34-169 

.Anderson, Nels H. 706 Federal Bldg. 
Har. 4700. Local 122 

Anderson, Norman K. (Anderson & 
Eaton). 1056 First Nat. Bk. Bldg. 
Ran. 1223 

Anderson, W. G. (Anderson & Newby), 
3458 S. State st. Aut. 79-137 

Anderson, William A. (Octigan, Zahn 
& Anderson), 416 Roanoke Bldg. 
Cent. 956. Aut. 36-424 

^Anderson, Wm. France (Stern. Ander- 
son & Davis), 1034 First Nat. Bk. 
Bldg. Cent. 3538 

Anderson, Wm. R. (Anderson. Ander- 
son & Anderson), 509-69 W. Wash- 
ington St. Cent. 2652. Aut. 44-694 

Andrews, Aaron A. 2953 Vernon av. 
Douglas 8890 

*Andrews, Carlos S. (Culver, Andrews 
& King), 912-16 New York Life Bldg. 
Cent. 668. 669 and 670. Aut. 32-001 

Andrews, Ernest J. 1515 Monadnock 
Blk. Har. 2854 

Andrews, Glen N. 4129 Ellis av. 

Andrews, Wilber J. 703 Chamber of 
Commerce. Main 1589 

Andrews, William T. (Andrews & Co- 
hen). 824 New York Life Bldg. Ran. 
2743 

Angell, William R. 801 Merchants Loan 
& Trust Bldg. Ran. 2795 

*Aneerste-n, T. C. 606 S. Michigan av. 
Har. 6200 

*Anthony, Charles E. 7th floor Karpen 
Bldg. Wabash 1320 

Anvskiewicz, Bruno 2117 Coblentz st. 
Humboldt 4592 

*Ap Madoc, W. Tudor 1548 First Nat. 
Bk. Bldg. Cent. 170. Aut. 41-571 

*Appell, Albert T. W. Asst. City Pros. 
Atty. 604 City Hall. Main 447. 1511- 
12 City Hall Square Bldg. Ran. 6753 

*Appell, Carl J. 1007 Stock Exchange 
Bldg. Main 692 

Arends, Henry G. 1008 Harris Trust 
Bldg. Ran. 5959 

Aring, Frank F. 660-17 N. La Salle. 
Main 3116. Aut. 33-890 



Arkin, Alexander E. Asst. Corp. Coun- 
sel. Main 447 
Arkin, J. A. 1413 City Hall Square 

Bldg. Ran. 3187 
*Armitage, Elton C. 1414 Fort Dear- 
born Bldg. Ran. 4030. Aut. 58-301 
Armstrong, James J. 3765 Osgood st. 

Lake View 5081 
Armstrong, John C. 7 W. Madison st. 

Cent. 7048. Aut. 44-124 
Armstrong, Stanley C. 1310 Security 

Bldg. Main 4534 
Armstrong, Wm. 816 Association Bldg. 

Cent. 219 
*Arnd, Chas. (Arnd & Arnd). 53 Bor- 
den Blk. Cent. 2819. Aut. 44-194 
*Arnd, Frederick (Arnd & Arnd). 53 

Borden Blk. Cent. 2819. Aut. 44-194 
*Arnold, Charles C. Riverside, Cal. 
Arnold, E. H. 1101 Unity Bldg. Cent. 

2958. Aut. 42-286 
*Arnold, Victor P. (Northrup. Arnold 

& Fairbank), 1905-6 City Hall Square 

Bldg. Ran. 2063 
Arnston, Otto Ade 1518 Otis Bldg. 

Franklin 3510, 3511. Aut. 34-525 
*Arthur, Wm. H. 1700-72 W. Adams st. 

Ran. 425 
Asay, Wm. C. Asst. Sanitary District 

Atty. Wabash 1320. 317 Roanoke 

Bldg. Cent. 280. Aut. 34-094 
*Ashcraft, Edwin M. (Ashcraft & Ash- 
craft), 1021 The Temple. Main 202 
*Ashcraft, Jr. Edwin M. (Ashcraft & 

Ashcraft), 1021 The Temple. Main 

202 
* Ashcraft, Raymond M. (Ashcraft & 

Ashcraft), 1021 The Temple. Main 

202 
Ashton. Henry M. 1109 City Hall 

Square Bldg. Cent. 4634. Aut. 47- 

348 
Aspern, Harry T. 1350 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Cent. 1100 and 4036 
Ater, Wm. F. 1308 IMarquette Bldg. 

Cent. S64 
*Atkins, L. R. 405 Old Colony Bldg. 

Har. 8061 
*Atkinson, Charles A. 168 Michigan 

av. Cent. 2988 
*Atwood, Fred H. (Atwood. Pease & 

Loucks). 1213 Tacoma Bldg. Main 

394. Franklin 342. Aut. 32-651 
Atwood, Harry F. 308 W. 73d st. 
Augur, Wheaton. 1700 Com'l Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Ran. 425 
*Austin, Jr. Chauncey G. 45 Dearborn 

Station. Har. 3690 
Austin, E. W. 904 Cham. Commerce 

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♦Austrian Alfred S. (Mayer. Meyer, 

Austrian & Piatt). Ifith floor Am. 

Trust Bldg. Cent. 2780 
Auter. J. R. 422-312 S. Clark st. Wa- 
bash 1075 
Averv. Gage H. 2.%4 S. Ashland av. 

Canal 2500 
Ave, Tames H. 1114 Tacoma Bldg. 

Franklin .3461 
*Ayer. Leslie J. (Meads & Ayer), 1314 

Chamber of Commerce. Main 3200 
Aver. Walter 1004 Merchants L. & T. 

Bldg. Cent. 1217 
*Ayers, Frank D. (Ayers & Ayers), 

505-7 Chamber of Commerce Bldg. 

Main 1450 
Ayers, Henrv E. 510 Corn Exchange 

Bk. Bldg. 'Franklin 230 
♦Ayers, Seymour W. (Ayers & Ayers), 

505-7 Chamber of Commerce Bldg. 

Main 1450 



B 



*Babbage, Felix 1405-6 Title & Trust 
Bldg. Cent. 6569 

Babcock, Charles S. 815 Marquette 
Bldg. Cent. 5763. Aut. 62-559 

♦Babcock. Frederick R. 1414-105 W. 
Monroe st. Cent. 6646. Aut. 58-301 

Bach, Wm. R. (Livingston, Bach & Liv- 
ingston), 721 First Nat. Bk. Bldg. 
Ran. 3747-48-49 

Bachrach, Arthur C. 609 City Hall 
Square Bldg. Ran. 4486 

♦Bachrach. Benjamin C. 1320 Westmin- 
ster Bldg. Cent. 444. Aut. 69-113 

♦Bachrack, Walter (Moses, Rosenthal 
& Kennedy). 600 The Temple. Main 
365. Aut. 51-449 

Backer. Alfred B. 1040 Otis Bldg. 
Franklin 3468 

♦Bacon, Henry M. 1-531 First Nat. Bk. 
Bldg. Ran. .3426 

Bacon. Nathaniel 4634 Indiana av. 

♦Bacon, Wilbur C. 1504-5 Fort Dear- 
born Bldg. Ran. 2305 

Badenoch, Rowland N. 921 Fort Dear- 
born Bldg. Ran. .3029. Aut. 58-397 

Baer. Otto 820-24 Unity Bldg. Cent. 
3640. Ran. 3277 

Baer. Walter S. 1133 First Nat. Bk. 
Bldg. Ran. 4705. Aut. 44-060 

♦Bagby. Geo. M. 419 Roanoke Bldg. 
Ran. 987 

Bahr. Martyn H. 1405 Old Colony Bldg. 
Har. 6602 



Bailey. Lloyd S. (Bailey, Horgan & Sul- 
livan), 520-21 Ashland Blk. Cent. 
5819. Aut. 41-243 

Baily, Jacob L. (Darrow & Baily), 1202 
Ashland Blk. Cent. 925. Aut. 44-139 

Bain. Force (Force Bain & May, Jr.), 
1648 Monadnock Blk. Har. 792. Aut. 
64-508 

♦Baird, Max. 111. Trust & S. Bk. Room 
13. Wabash 4060 

Baird, Walter M. 502 Chamber of Com- 
merce. Main 3593. Aut. 31-276 

Baird, William Yuill 61-154 W. Ran- 
dolph St. Franklin 3479 

♦Baker, Alfred L. Home Ins. Bldg. 
Cent. 1478. Aut. 51-519 

♦Baker, Dillard B. 834 National Life 
Bldg. Cent. 737 

♦Baker, Frank, Judge Appellate Court. 
Cent. 2064 

♦Baker, Frank J. 1010 Home Ins. Bldg. 
Ran. 2510 

Baker, Frederick S. 1314 Hartford Bldg. 
Ran. 467. Aut. 41-097 

Baker, Geo. W. 204-184 W. Washing- 
ton St. Franklin 1019 

Baker, Harry T. 4500 S. Wabash av. 
Drexel 2143 

Baker, Harry W. 3825 N. Leavitt st. 
Graceland 3505 

Baker, Hart E. 230-31 W. Lake st. Ran. 
484 

Baker, James C. 902 Ashland Blk. 
Ran. 3641 

Baker, Joel 815 Marquette Bldg. Cent. 
5763 and 5978. Aut. 62-559 

♦Baker, John Clark 908 Insurance Ex- 
change Bldg. Wabash 940 

Baker, John E. (Baker & Holder), 833 
First Nat. Bk. Bldg. Ran. 2266. Aut. 
44-243 

Baker, Louis R. 2158 Insurance Ex- 
change Bldg. Wabash 4151 

Baker, Samuel T. 1547 E. 66th st. 
Hyde Park 7435 

Balcomb. Francis W. (Balcomb, Lane 
& McGrath), 506 Title & Trust Bldg. 
Cent. 1299 

♦Baldwin, Henry R. (Baldwin & 
Barnes), 708 Reaper Blk. Cent. 606. 
Aut. 42-684 

♦Baldwin, Jesse A. Judge Circuit Court. 
Franklin 3015 

Baldwin, Robert R. 311-35 N. Dearborn 
St. Cent. 4638 

Bale, Henry B. 1407 Insurance Ex- 
change Bldg. Wabash 1792 

♦Ball, David M. 610-167 W. Washing- 
ton St. Franklin 353, 354. Aut. 31- 
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*BalI, Farlin H. Master in Chancery 
Circuit Court (Wolseley & Ball), 
808-9 Title & Trust Bldg. Cent. 1406 

*Ball, Farlin Q. Oak Park. III. 

Ball, Lewis C. (Shaw & Ball), 1304 
Ft. Dearborn Bldg. Ran. 949 

Ball, Wm. A. 612 Corn Exchange Bk. 
Bldg. Franklin 3600 

Ballard, Howard T. 536 La Salle st. 
Station. Wabash 4200 

*Ballas, Arthur L. 1218 Hartford Bldg. 
Ran. 5131 

Balzer. Carleton R. 65 E. 46th st. 

Bamberger, Eugene J. 1102 Schiller 
Bldg. Cent. 5882. Aut. 42-857 

Bamborough, M. A. 601 Security Bldg. 
Main 3560 

^Bancroft, Edgar A. (Scott, Bancroft & 
Stephens), 1620 Corn Exchange Bk. 
Bldg. Main 1995 

*Bangs, Fred A. 522-3 First Nat. Bk. 
Bldg. Cent. 2775. Ran. 4794. Aut. 
42-026 

*Bangs, Hal C. (Mayer, Meyer, Aus- 
trian & Piatt). 16th floor Am. Trust 
Bldg. Cent. 2780. 

*Bangs, Wm. Dean (Mechem & Bangs) 
811 Harris Trust Bldg. Cent. 7020 

Banning, Ephraim (Banning & Ban- 
ning), 1632 Marquette Bldg. Cent. 
1001 

*Banning, Samuel W. (Banning & Ban- 
ning), 1632 Marquette Bldg. Cent. 
1001 

Banning, Thos. A. (Banning & Ban- 
ning), 1632 Marquette Bldg. Cent. 
1001 

Banning, Jr. Thomas A. (Banning & 
Banning), 1632 Marquette Bldg. Cent. 
1001 

*Barasa, Bernard P. 311-24 Unity Bldg. 
Cent. 7192-3. Aut. 42-478 

Barbee, Robt. E. 148 W. 69th st. Went- 
worth 637 

Barbee, Wm. S. 1307 Rector Bldg. Cent. 
1256 

Barber, Cameron 2440 W. Lake st. 
West 1004 

Barber, Hiram 1311 Ashland Blk. Main 
4221 

*Barbour, James J. 901-4 Otis Bldg. 
Franklin 1411 

Barge, Wm. D. C. B. & Q. R. R. 1100- 
547 W. Jackson blvd. Wabash 4400 

Barger, Richard W. (Barger & Hicks), 
416 N. Y. Life Bldg. Cent. 533 

Barickman, Charles M. 404 Ft. Dear- 
born Bldg. Ran. 1377 

Barkdull, Lucien H. 726 Reaper Blk. 
Cent. 5005 



*Barker, Burt B. 801 Merchants Loan 

& Trust Bldg. Ran. 2795 
Barker, Charles I. 620 Reaper Blk. Ran. 

2174 
*Barker, John T. 1101-226 S. La Salle 

St. 

Barnard, Bernard 1501-134 S. La Salle 

St. Franklin 205. Aut. 54-656 
Barnard, Edward T. 1st floor 172 N. 

La Salle st. Franklin 564. Aut. 

32-077 
*Barnard, James H. 1915 City Hall 

Square Bldg. Cent. 4128 
*Barnes, Albert C. Judge B. Branch 

Appellate Court. Ran. 1733 
*Barnes, Cecil 1522 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Cent. 2150. Aut. 43-629 
Barnes, James M. 219 W. Adams st. 
Barnes, John A. 1606 Consumers Co. 

Bldg. Har. 2668 
Barnes, John P. (Baldwin & Barnes), 

708 Reaper Blk. Cent. 606. Aut. 

42-684 
Barnes. Paul T. (Baldwin & Barnes), 

708 Reaper Blk. Cent. 606. Aut. 

42-684 
Barnes. Philip R. 510-118 N. La Salle 

St. Main 4282. Aut. 32-335 
Barnes, Wm. A. 1207 Merchants Loan 

& Trust Bldg. Cent. 977 
Barnett, F. L. 18-143 N. Dearborn st. 

Ran. 4758 
Barnett, Morriss Asst. City Pros. Atty. 

Main 447, and (Barnett' & Glaskay), 

410 Chamber of Commerce. Franklin 

3639. Aut. 33-760 
*Barnett, Otto R. (Barnett & Truman), 

1518-22 Monadnock Bldg. Har. 282. 

Aut. 61-066 
Barney, Ervin R. Chi. Title & Trust 

Co. Cent. 4880 
Earnhardt, Harry A. 511-40 N. Dear- 
born St. Ran. 6756, 6757 
*Barnhart, Marvin E. Asst. State's 

Atty. Criminal Court Bldg. Cent. 

4870. 1317 City Hall Square Bldg. 

Ran. 6645 
Barnum, Harry H. (Rubens, Fischer & 

Mosser), 1418 Westminster Bldg. 

Ran. 4234 and 4235 
*Barnum, William H. 1027-8 N. Y. Life 

Bldg. Cent. 694. Res. Tel. Riverside 

981 
Barnum. Jr. Wm. L. 510-117 N. Dear- 
born St. Ran. 620 
Baron, Edward E. (Kaplan & Kaplan), 

1105-7 Ashland Blk. Ran. 4962. Aut. 

43-366 
Barr, Alfred E. 920-115 S. La Salle st. 

Cent. 3223. Aut. 51-934 



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Barrett. Charles V. 524 Nat. Life BIdg. 

Cent. 4108-4109. Aut. 30-840 
Barrett, George F. 524 Nat. Life Bldg. 

Cent. 4108-4100. Aut. 30-840 
Barrett, George Farmer 900-30 N. Dear- 
born St. Cent. 1289 
♦Barrett. Oliver R. (Guerin, Gallagher 
& Barrett). 1406 Tribune Bldg. Cent. 
5844 
Barron. Edw. E. 1105 Ashland Blk. 

Ran. 49G2. Aut. 43-36G 
*Barron, Ed H. 24 S. Michigan av. 

Ran. 2424 
Barry. Gerald G. G16 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Ran. 7327 
Barrv. Nathan L 323-7 Reaper Blk. 

Cent. 2722. Aut. 42-675 
*Barry. Rupert J. (Barry & Crowlev), 

919-20 N. Y. Life Bldg. Ran. 2632 
Barse. T. Raymond 45 Dearborn Station. 

Har. "3690 
Bartel. Bennison F. 325 N. Y. Life 

Bldg. Ran. 2486 
*Baitelme, Mary M. 1040 Otis Bldg. 
Franklin 3408. Also Asst. to the 
Tiidije of Juvenile Court. Franklin 
3015 
Earth, Fred 412 Home Ins. Bldg. Ran. 

7434. Aut. 51-298 
♦Bartholomay. Henry 1205 First Nat. 

Bk. Bldg. Cent. 2581. Aut. 44-498 
*Batholome\v, Warren D. 1623 First 
Xat. Bk. Bldg. Ran. 581. Aut. 41-982 
*Bartlett. Charles C. 1413 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Ran. 0072 
*Bartlett. Charles L. General Counsel 
Chicago Title & Trust Co. 703 Title 
& Trust Bldg. Cent. 4880 
Bartlctt, Josiah Calef 410-35 N. Dear- 
born St. Ran. 1370 
Bartlctt, L. E. 5126 State st. Oakland 

1001 
*Bartlev. Chas. E. 931-7 Unity Bldg. 

Ran. 377 and 378. Aut. 47-308 
*Bnrton. George P. ("Barton & Folk!, 
1445 Monadnock Bldg. Har. 283. 
Aut. 64-553 
♦Barton. Jesse B. 315 Balti. & O. Sta. 

Wabash 3242 
Barton, Lester C. 1445 Monadnock Blk. 

Har. 283. Aut. 64-553 
Baskin. Barron H. 1518 Ashland Blk. 

Cent. 245. Aut. 42-886 
♦Bass. George 900-115 S. La Salle st. 

Cent. 1512. Aut. 53-312 
"Basse. Arthur A. 1007 Marquette Bldg. 

Cent. 1349. Aut. 61-368 
Bassctt. Robert J. 810-115 S. La Salle 

St. Cent. 4935 
Bassicr. Clarence J. 1012-108 S. La Salle 
St. Main 3575. Aut. 51-864 

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Basta. Geo. A. Asst. City Prosecuting 

Atty. 604 City Hall. Main 447 
Bastian, Ernest H. (Moss. Bastian & 

Schmidt), 542 First Nat. Bk. Bldg. 

Ran. 6680 
♦Bastrup, L. (Bastrup & O'Neill). 323 

Reaper Blk. Cent. 2722. Aut. 42-675 
Bates, Alben F. 22-128 N. La Salle st. 

Franklin 2276 
Bates, Alfred R. (Bates, Harding, Edg- 

erton & Bates), 803 N. Y. Life Bldg. 

Cent. 1158. Aut. 34-248 
Bates, Frank S. 2817 Diversey av. 

Humboldt 3984 
Bates, Jeanette 1001 Unity Bldg. Cent. 

4677. Aut. 42-758 
Bates, Joseph A. 801 Home Ins. Bldg. 

Cent. 5384-5385 
Bates. Robert P. 1010 Rector Bldg. 

Ran. 2675 
Bates, Thomas (Bates, Harding, Edg- 

erton & Bates), 803 N. Y. Life Bldg. 

Cent. 1158. Aut. 34-248 
Batten, E. J. 1330 Unity Bldg. Ran 

2467 
♦Batten, John H. 910 Title & Trust 

Bldg. Ran. 342, 343. Aut. 44-453 
Batten, Ralph E. 910 Title & Trust 

Bldg. Ran. 342, 343. Aut. 44-453 
Bauer, Lester L. (Maloto, Bauer & 
Donoghue), 616 Ashland Blk. Cent. 
679 

Baughman, Ernest A. 829-31 Railway 

Exchange Bldg. Har. 5801 
Baume, James S. Judge C. Branch Ap- 
pellate Court. Ran. 3641 
♦Baumer. Barnard J. (Lynn & Baumer), 

1411-12 Ashland Blk. Cent. 45. Aut. 

41-607 
♦Bayley. Edwin F. (Bayley & Webster), 

1114 Association Bldg. Cent. 36 
Baylies. O. S. 1112 Otis Bldg. Frank- 
lin 3446 
Baylies, Ripley N. 1112 Otis Bldg. 

Franklin 3446 
Bavs, Alfred W. 805-25 N. Dearborn st. 

Ran. 4490 
Bayston, Arthur H. 640-76 W. Monroe 

St. Cent. 6478. Aut. 42-354 
♦Beach, Elmer E. (Beach & Beach), 

1501-4 Ashland Blk. Cent. 1227. Aut. 

42-135 
Beach. James W. 803-25 N. Dearborn 

St. Cent. 5249 
Beach. Pierre G. 1001-123 W. Madison 

St. Ran. 4730 
♦Beach, Raymond W. (Beach & Beach), 

1501-4 Ashland Blk. Cent. 1227. Aut. 
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*Beale, William G. (Isham, Lincoln & 

Beale), 1700-72 W. Adams st. Ran. 

425 
Bean, Vernon L. 1131-6 Unity Bldg. 

Cent. 2628. Aut. 42-391 
Bear, Francis A. 409-11 Reaper Blk. 

Ran. 2062. Cent. 2592. Aut. 42-678 
Beath, Albert E. (Hauze & Beath), 301 

Reaper Blk. Cent. 6895 
Bebb, Edwin 1303 Title & Trust Bldg. 

Cent. 6450 
Beck, Alfred 1301 Otis Bldg. Main 

4198-9. Aut. 31-275 
Beck, Norman A. (Beck & Mies), 614 

Hartford Bldg. Ran. 3102 
*Becker, B. V. (Newman, Northrup, 

Levinson & Becker), 823 Chamber of 

Commerce Bldg. Main 1122. Aut. 

31-279 
Becker, C. E. 1020-115 S. Dearborn st. 

Cent. 2538 
Becker, Frederick W. (McChesney & 

Becker), 1321-4 Stock Exchange Bldg. 

Franklin 357 
Becker, Louis 1001-155 N. Clark st. 

Ran. 4972 
*Beckett, Tames Beach 510 Title & 

Trust Bldg. Cent. 2611. Aut. 43-297 
Beckett. Tarrett G. 915 E. 62nd st. Mid- 
way 7431 
Beckington, Robert 606 Rector Bldg. 

Ran. 184 
Beckman, Ignatius (Wagner & Beck- 
man), 1307 Ft. Dearborn Bldg. Ran. 
. 273 

*Beckman, Wm. H. 1400-69 W. Wash- 
ington St. Cent. 5076 
Beckstrom, J. Warner 737 Monadnock 

Blk. Har. 3551 
Beckwith, C. A. 710 Corn Exchange Bk. 

Bldg. Main 5100 
*Beckwith, John W. Asst. City Corp. 

Counsel. Main 447; (Felsenthal & 

Beckwith), 810 Chicago Title & Trust 

Bldg. Cent. 711 and 712. Aut. 41-141 
Bedard, A. J. 1613 Ashland Blk. Ran. 

5004. Aut. 41-760 
*Beebe, Walter E. 7th floor Karpen 

Bldg. Wabash 1320 
*Beebe, Wm. 7th floor Karpen Bldg. 

Wabash 1320 
Been, W. F. 312-8 S. Dearborn st. Cent. 

2176-6300. Aut. 48-493 
*Beerly, Gustav E. (Rinaker & Beerly), 

507 Chamber of Commerce Bldg. 

Franklin 2498 
*Behan, Louis T. (Duncombe & Behan), 

1352 Otis Bldg. Main 1134 
*Beilman, John J. 707-9 Rector Bldg. 
Ran. 5626, 5627 



*Beitler, Henry C. Judge Municipal 

Court. Franklin 2684 
Belasco, Daniel (Elmer, Cohen & Be- 

lasco), 611 City Hall Square Bldg. 

Cent. 3403. Aut. 43-497 
*Belden, Ira C. 502-226 W. Jackson 

blvd. Wabash 3408 
Belfield, A. Miller 1362 Monadnock Blk. 

Har. 4097 
Belinski, J. J. 1906 S. Ashland av. 
Belknap, Frank L. 1228 Monadnock 

Blk. Har. 8022 and 8023. Aut. 

61-203 
Bell, Albert C. (Brown, Williams, Bell, 

Hanson & Boettcher), 1550 Monad- 
nock Blk. Har. 3634 and 759 
Bell, Hayden N. Asst. State's Atty. 

Cent. 4870 (Spunner & Bell), 420 

Ashland Blk. Cent. 5210. Aut. 41-009 
Bell, John A. 824 Oakley blvd. West 

3086 
*Bell, Laird (Matz, Fisher & Boyden), 

510 Portland Blk. Cent. 2607 
*Bell, Marcus L. 1025 La Salle St. Sta. 

Wabash 3210 
*Bell, Will J. (Bell & Cross), 1008-69 

W. Washington st. Cent. 2579. Aut. 

41-451 
Bell, William W. 7104 Lafayette av. 

Normal 438 
*Belt, William O (Linthicum. Belt & 

Fuller), 715 Monadnock Blk. Har. 

4621 
Beman, Thos. R. 1025 La Salle St. Sta. 

Wabash 3210 
*Bengel, Frederick H. Attv. for The 

Northern Trust Co. Main 5200 
Benjamin, Frederic (Benjamin & Rood- 
house), 1515 Marquette Bldg. Cent. 

6117. Aut. 67-695 
Benner, Adolph L. (Benner & Weld), 

504 Chamber of Commerce Bldg. 

Main 3793 
*Bennett, Charles E. 637 Insurance Ex- 
change Bldg. Wabash 4588. Aut. 

580-369 
Bennett, Frank I. 844 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Ran. 10 
Bennett, Horace C. 03-106 N. La Salle 

St. Main 1206 
Bennett, T. L. 1301 Ashland Blk. Cent. 

5451. Aut. 41-367 
*Bennett, Robert C. 1967 IMilwaukee av. 

Humboldt 2145 
Bennett, Robert F. 800 Commercial Nat. 

Bk. Bldg. Cent. 395. 396 and 1734 
Bennett, Wm. D. Seattle, Wash. 
Benson, Luther (Benson & Fitch), 

1.334-40 Chicago Stock Exch. Bldg. 

Main 4341-4342 
Benson, Thor J. 3228 Forest av. Doug- 
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Benson. Wni. Luther 1334-30 N. La 

Salle St. Main 4341 
Bentall. David J. GOl-4 Otis Bldg. 

Franklin 3297 
Benton, Wilbur C. 40 Metropolitan Elk. 

Main 1725 
♦Bent ley, Cyrus (Bentley, Burling & 

Swan), 1201-203 S. Dearborn st. Har. 

1283, 1284, 1285 
Bentley. Fred W. (Coburn & Bentley). 

58-106 N. La Salle st. Main 90 and 

4486. Aut. 33-893 
Bentley, W. G. 1405 Unity Bldg. Cent. 

1359 
Berentson, H. B. M. 1112 N. Hoync av. 

Humboldt 6332 
Berg, Chas. O. 6615 Kimbark av. Mid- 
way 4205 
Berg, Nordahl M. 604 Reaper Blk. 

Cent. 1219. Aut. 43-364 
Berg. Gordon 1102 Schiller Bldg. Cent. 

5882. Aut. 42-857 
♦Berger. Henry A. Asst. State's Atty. 

Criminal Court Bldg. Cent. 4870 
Bergh. Charles S. (Hannah, Bergh & 

Clark), 409-169 W. Washington st. 

Franklin 2528 
Berghoff. Alfred C. 605 Ashland Blk. 

Ran. 3430. Aut. 42-247 
Berkman, Israel S. 924 National Life 

Bldg. Ran. 6864 
*Berkson. Edward 1203 City Hall 

Square Bldg. Ran. 5042 
♦Berkson. Maurice (Sonnenchein, Berk- 
son & Fishell), 934-39 Stock Exchange 

Bldg. Franklin 900. Aut. 34-631 
Berlett, Robt. E. (Heffron, Perkinson & 

Berlett) 1201-4 Unity Bldg. Cent. 

2219 
Berman, Benjamin 1110 Title & Trust 

Bldg. Ran. 1458 
♦Bern. Edward A. 1003-112 W. Adams 

St. Cent. 3217 
♦Bernstein, Aleck L. (Bernstein, Gross- 
man & Bernstein), 609 City Hall 

Square Bldg. Ran. 3159 
♦Bernstein, Benjamin H. (Bernstein & 

Bernstein), 1001 Ashland Blk. Ran. 

4972 
♦Bernstein, Fred (Bernstein, Grossman 

& Bernstein), 609 City Hall Square 

Bldg. Ran. 3159 
Bernstein, Louis .S. (Bernstein & Bern- 
stein), 100] Ashland Blk. Ran. 4972 
♦Beroth. Carl O. 807 Tacoma Bldg. 

Franklin 2324 
♦Best. Ernest O. (Cassoday, Butler, 
Lamb & Foster), 1414 Monadnock 
Blk. Har. 6808 and 6809 
Bestel, Lucius W. 402 The Temple. 
Main 4332. Aut. 58-282 



Betham, Wm. R. 1st floor 222 W. Ran- 
dolph St. Main 4043 
Bettcher, Albert 1-4201 S. Halsted st.q 

Drovers 3732; and 76 W. Monroe ..1'' 
Betts, C. Richard 607-35 S. Dearborn 

St. Cent. 5873. Aut. 44-106 
Beutler, Otto H. (Beutler & Schuss- 

man), 1608-10 Unity Bldg. Cent. 

5795. Aut. 47-408 
♦Beye, Wm. 700 Commercial Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Ran. 400 
Beynon, John T. 509-117 N. Dearborn 

St. Ran. 620 
*Bicek, Frank H. 727 Reaper Blk. Cent. 

5764. Aut. 44-367 
Bidderman, James A. 1524 First Nat. 

Bk. Bldg. Cent. 727. Aut. 44-035 
Biederman, Max 610-12 Reaper Blk. 

Ran. 3330 
Bieg, Robert J. 1209 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Cent. 810. Aut. 44-051 
Bierbower, Austin (died April 12, 1913). 
Bierma, Harry 946 Otis Bldg. Main 

3745 
Bigelow. Frank W. 821 Merchants Loan 

& T. Bldg. Cent. 1593. Aut. 51-345 
Biggs. Edward A. (Biggs, Carr & 

Fetzer), 805 Title & Trust Bldg. Ran. 

394 
Bigelow, Wm. F. 1020 Ashland Blk. 

Ran. 5099. Aut. 44-455 
Bilger, J. Frank 741 S. Oak Park av.. 

Oak Park. Cent. 4880 
*Billings, Chas. L. 1001-4 Title & Trust 

Bldg. Cent. 1489. Aut. 47-3-37 
Binford, Elmer J. 1338 Otis Bldg. 

Franklin 3780 
Binkley. B. M. Chicago Title & Trust 

Co. Cent. 4880 
Binkley, Luther F. 720-29 S. La Salle 

St. Ran. 6816 
Binmore, Urbain H. 531-36 Unity Bldg. 

Cent. 1611. Aut. 41-611 
*Binswanger, Augustus 1520 Ft. Dear- 
born Bldg. Cent. 1042. Aut. 54-271 
Biossat, Harry A. 806-7 Association 

Bldg. Ran. 1866 
Birch, Hugh T. (Gait, Birch & Gait), 

804 Opera House Bldg. Main 4683 
*Bird, Harry Lewis 509 S. Wabash av. 

Har. 4523 
Birkhoff. John H. Chicago Title & Trust 

Co. Cent. 4880 
*Birmingham. J. Henry (Birmingham & 

Swiney), 1404 Hartford Bldg. Cent. 

1538 
Bishop, Howard F. Asst. Corp. Coun- 
sel. 511 City Hall. Main 447 
*Bishop, James F. 1001-4 Title & Trust 

Bldg. Cent. 1489, and Public Admin- 
istrator, 1005-8 City Hall Square 

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Bishop, Perley H. 510 Title & Trust 

Bldg. Cent. 2611. Aut. 43-297 
r--hopp, Weller D. 401-35 N. Dearborn 

St. Cent. 6810 
Bissell, John W. 1034 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Cent. 3538 
*Bither, William A. (Bither, Goff & 

Francis), 1721-5 Harris Trust Bldg. 

Cent. 1755 and 6011 
Black, John C. (Black & Goodwin), 304 

The Temple. Main 935. Aut. 51-256 

Black, John D. (Winston, Payne, 

Strawn & Shaw), 1400 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Cent. 828 
Black. Wm. P. 404 Ashland Blk. Aut. 

41-931 
Blackinton, Fred L. (Sears, Meagher & 

Whitney), 1500 First Nat. Bk. Bldg. 

Cent. 3176, 3177. Aut. 41-113 
Blackman. N. L. 1403 Title & Trust 

Bldg. Ran. 7490 
Blackwell. George W. 419-312 S. Qark 

St. Wabash 1566 
Blaisdell, Hiram 1544-48 Unity Bldg. 

Ran. 1899. Cent. 5031. Aut. 44-870. 

Res. 2147 Sunnyside av. Tel. Edge- 
water 2167 
Blake, Emmons R. 615 Home Ins. Bldg. 

Cent. 3126 
*Blake, Freeman K. 311-24 Unity 

Bldg. Cent. 7192-3 
*Blake. Guy M. (Lighthall & Blake), 

614-118 N. La Salle st. Main 2214 

and 3077. Aut. 32-352 
*Blakeley, John M. (Wells, Blakeley & 

Talcott), 914-19 S. La Salle st. Cent. 

1873 
Blakeley, Addison. 802-118 N. La Salle 

St. Main 3111. Aut. .32-313 
Blanc. Sidney F. 1100-547 W. Jackson 

blvd. Wabash 4400 
Blanchard, Herman S. 1650 W. End 

av., Chicago Heights. Tel. 898 
*Blazer, J. M. 606 S. Michigan av. 

Har. 6200 
*BHss, E. R. 1217 First Nat. Bk. Bldg. 

Cent. 1165. Aut. 43-574 
BHss, Jr. E. R. 1217 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Cent. 1165. Aut. 43-574 
Bliss. George C. Asst. State's Atty. 

Criminal Court Bldg. Cent. 4870 
*Block, Max N. 1507 Ashland Blk. 

Cent. 2815. Aut. 43-592 
Block, Samuel 1608 Unity Bldg. Cent, 

5795. Aut. 42-018 
*Blocki, Gale (Tinsman &^Blocki), 1350 

First Nat. Bk. Bldg. Cent. 1100 and 

4036 
Bloom, Irwin 716 Reaper tSlk. Ran. 

468, 1122. Aut. 48-464 



*Bloomingston, John A. 1310 Security 

Bldg. Main 4534 
Bluim, Henry L. 807 Tacoma Bldg. 

Franklin 2324 
Blum, Albert M. (Blum, Wolfsohn & 

Blum), 1502-105 W. Monroe st. Ran. 

2028 and 4123. Aut. 51-932 
Blum, Edgar C. (Blum & Blum), 806 

Ashland Blk. Cent. 1808 
*Blum, Henry S. (Blum, Wolfsohn & 

Blum), 1502 Ft. Dearborn Bldg. Ran. 

2028 and 4123. Aut. 51-932 
Blum, Louis J. (Blum & Blum), 806 

Ashland Blk. Cent. 1808 
Blume, Jarvis A. 58 Borden Blk. Cent 

2813. Aut. 41-562 
Blumenthal, Barre 409-80 N. La Salle 

St. Main 4733. Auto. 31-830 
*Blumenthal, Isadore S. 1616 Tribune 

Bldg. Ran. 3086. Aut. 41-346 
^Blumenthal, Oscar 1206 Rector Bldg. 

Ran. 2009 and 3545 
Blumenthal, Samuel J. 848 First Nat. 

Bk. Bldg. Ran. 10 
*Bobb, Dwight S. (Adams, Crews, 

Bobb & Wescott), 1100 American 

Trust Bldg. Cent. 618 
Boddie, John B. 1218 Hartford Bldg. 

Ran. 5131 
Boddinghouse, R. W. Chief Examiner 

Titles, Chicago Title & Trust Co. 

Cent. 4880 
Bode, Frederick W. (Lee & Bode), 410 

Title & Trust Bldg. Cent. 2139 and 

5379 
Bodenstab, Charles C. 1317 Ashland 

Blk. Cent. 6544. Aut. 41-985 
Bodholdt, A. K. 1623 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Ran. 581. Aut. 41-982 
Boedecker, Will 4350 Armitage av. 
Boeger, Wm. F. (Sears, Roos & Boe- 

ger), 626-9 National Life Bldg. Han. 

3130 
Boerger, Walter 1024 New York Life 

Bldg. Cent. 313 
Boettcher, Arthur H. (Brown, Wil- 
liams, Bell, Hanson & Boettcher), 

1550 Monadnock Blk. Har. 3634 and 

759 
Bogue, Jr. Hamilton B. 806 Tacoma 

Bldg. Main 1091 
Boisot, Louis First Trust & Savings Bk. 

Ran. 5363 
Boland, Jas. F. 1200 W. Monroe st. 

Mon. 6221 
Bolen, John L. 1118 Hartford Bldg. 

Ran. 1634. Aut. 42-206 
Bolton, John F. Asst. Atty. Sanitary 

District. Wabash 1320 (Bolton & 

Moriarty), 620 Reaper Blk. Ran. 

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Bonnefoi. Joseph IGOO Ashland Blk. 

Cent. 425 
*Boord, Clarence N. (Olsen & Boord), 

lGl-2 Ashland Blk. Cent. 5903 
*Boosel. Joseph 1420 Ashland Blk. 

Cent. 6748. Aut. 48-896 
Booth, Samuel M. 612-186 N. La Salle 

St. Franklin 315 
*Booth. Sherman M. 1806 Borland BIdg. 

Ran. 2933 
Booz. John Taylor 728 First. Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Ran. 5059 
Bopp, Wm. G. 1617 City Hall Square 

Bldg. Ran. 6646 
Borchardt. Max 921 Schiller Bldg. 

Cent. 1509 
Borden. John 6 Borden Blk. Cent. 6917. 

Aut. 44-562 
^Borders. M. W. (Borders. Walter & 

Burchmore). 555-61 The Rookery. 

Wabash 2416 
*Boreman, Kenner S. (Sims, Welch 

& Godman), 808 Marquette Bldg. 

Cent. 4384. Aut. 67-468 
Borgmeier, Adolph J. 515-117 N. Dear- 
born St. Cent. 5613 
Borman, Geo. F. 609 Western Union 

Bldg. Wabash 425 
Borrelli, Francis 617 Ashland Blk. Ran. 

5160. Aut. 44-123 
Bottum. H. D. 1017 Unity Bldg. Ran. 

1408 
Boughan. Andrew B. 712 Otis Bldg. 

Franklin 3240 and 3241 
Bowen, Frank H. 1108 Ashland Blk. 

Ran. 7260 
Bowen. Fred H. 1108 Ashland Dlk. 

Ran. 7260 
Bowers. George A. 2424 Winnemac av. 
Bower sock, Clement C. (Bowersock & 

Stillwell), 1903 City Hall Square 

Bldg. Cent. 4339 
*Bowles. Charles H. 813 Ashland Blk. 

Cent. 3675 
Bowles, Jas. E. (Bowles & Bowles), 

813 Ashland Blk. Cent. 3675 
Bowles. William A. (Bowles & Bowles), 

813 Ashland Blk. Cent. 3675 
Bowman, Louis A. Chicago Savings Bk. 

& Trust Co. Cent. 7040 
*Boyce, S. Leonard 1208 Merchants' L. 

& T. Bldg. Cent. 1145 
Boyd. Frank L. 460-17 N. La Salle st. 

Main 30.30. Aut. 33-748 
Boyd. Geo. M. 908 Unity Bldg. Cent. 

2230 
Bovdcn, Byron 611 Portland Blk. Cent. 

1717 
*Boyden, Wm. C. (Matz, Fisher & 

Bovden), 510 Portland Blk. Cent. 

2607 



Boylan, Peter R. 1506 Tribune Bldg. 

Cent. 5081 
*Boyle, Edward (Boyle, Mott & 

Haight). 1043-52 National Life Bldg. 

Ran. 3784 and 3785 
*Boyle, Lawrence P. 1515 Harris Trust 

Bldg. Ran. 901 
*Boysen, L. K. 300 Borland Bldg. Ran. 

434 
*Bradchuiis. Francis P. 1107 Stock Ex- 
change Bldg. Franklin 1178 
Bradley, Alexander S. 5450 Ridgewood 

court. Midway 2057 
Bradley, Charles D. 1209 Ashland Blk. 

Ran. 1201. Aut. 43-359 
Bradley, Herbert E. 306 Chamber of 

Commerce Bldg. Main 696 
Bradley, J. C. F. 710 Corn Exchange 

Bk. Bldg. Main 5100 
Bradley, James C. (Synnestvedt & 

Bradley), 953 People's Gas Bldg. 

Ran. 1560 
Bradley, J. Franklin 209 Reaper Blk. 

Cent. 6543. Aut. 42-672 
Bradley. Matthews S. 918 First Nat. 

Bk. Bldg. Cent. 6104 
*Bradley, Ralph R. (Goodrich, Vincent 

& Bradley), 420 The Rookery. Wa- 
bash 480. Aut. 51-157 
*Bradley, Thos. E. D. (Bradley. Harper 

& Eheim), 1404 Association Bldg. 

Cent. 6520, 6521. 6522 
Bradwell, Thos., 201 Chi. Opera House 

Bldg. Main 7 
Brady, Ben F. 1324 Unity Bldg. Ran. 

2593 
Brady, Frank L. 806-36 W. Randolph 

St. Cent. 4580. Aut. 44-726 
Brady, James A. (Brady & Rutledge), 

1200 Ashland Blk. Cent. 3287. Aut. 

44-640 
Brady, James T. 806-36 W. Randolph 

St. Cent. 4580. Aut. 44-726 
Brady, Matthew P. (Brady & Levy), 

306 Chi. Opera House Bldg. Main. 

915 
Brady. Murray J. 830 Chicago Opera 

House. Main 3298. Aut. 32-988 
*Brady, Wm. N. 1540 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Cent. 1426 
Bramer, Carl 603 Masonic Temple. 

Cent. 2810 
Brammcr, Frederick H. 35-138 N. La 

Salle St. Main 4323 
Brand, Wm. R. 615-180 N. Dearborn st. 

Cent. 230 
Brandes, Louis 1313 Ft. Dearborn 

Bldg. Ran. 227 
*Brannan. Geo. E. 1001 Title & Trust 

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Brant, Henry W. 809 Monadnock Blk. 

Har. 1124 
Brant, Victor N. 212-326 River st. 

Cent. 4992 
*Brecher, Oscar W. (Brecher & Chind- 

blom), 808-167 W. Washington st. 

Main 4084 
Breckenridge, James J. 708 Tacoma 

Bldg. Franklin 3720 
*Breding. Ben N. (Breding & Gesas), 

1132 Am. Trust Bldg. Ran. 2175 
*Breen, James W. 1909 City Hall Square 

Bldg. Cent. 4293 
Breen, Thomas A. 6 N. Franklin st. 

Main 2802 and 4144 
*Bregstone, Philip P. Asst. to Probate 

Judge, 643 County Bldg. Franklin 

3015 
*Breidt, Herman H. 68-70 Metropolitan 

Blk. Main 4185. Aut. 36-274 
*Brendecke, Walter A. 657 First Nat. 

Bk. Bldg. Ran. 1613. Cent. 22.32. 

Aut. 44-258 
Brennan, Thomas F. 959 Diversev park- 
way. Lincoln 4187 
*Brentano, Theodore, Judge Superior 

Court. Franklin 3015 
Brenza, John B. Asst. City Attv. Main 

447 
Brewer, Harry F. 1544 Unity Bldg. 

Cent. 5031 
Brewer, Harvey I. Hubbard Woods, 111. 
*Brickwood, Albert W. Master in 

Chancery Circuit Court and (Brick- 
wood & Brickwood), 1201-2 Rector 

Bldg. Cent. 2878 
Brickwood, Blaine J. (Brickwood & 

Brickwood), 1201-2 Rector Bldg. 

Cent. 2878 
Brillow, D. B. 518 Ashland Blk. Cent. 

1458 
Brin, Harry L. 826 Stock Exch. Bldg. 

Franklin 1573. Aut. 32-096 
Brinkman, Geo. 8688 Vincennes rd. 

Went. 789 
Brinkman, Geo. A. 51 Illinois st., Chi- 
cago Heights, 111. Tel. 316 
Bristow, Samuel A. 210-35 S. Dearborn 

St. Ran. 5146 
Brody, Hyman L. 1300 S. Center av. 

Canal 1151-3245 
Broehl, Leland P. 1104 Corn Exch. Bk. 

Bldg. Main 3129 
Brook, Lincoln 21 Borden Blk. Cent. 

206 
Brooke, Samuel H. (Brooke, Johnson & 

Herring), 11-1612 Milwaukee av. 

Humboldt 4707 
Brooks, Frederick L. (Brooks & Caper- 
ton), 34-106 N. La Salle st. Main 

2093. Aut. 31-792 



Brooks, Williard L. 1201-203 S. Dear- 
born St. Har. 1283-4-5 

Brosius, Cline C. 609 City Hall Square 
Bldg. Ran. 3159 

Brosman, P. J. 7th floor 900 Michigan 
av. Wabash 1320 

*Bross, Mason 804 Opera House Bldg. 
Main 4683 

♦Brothers, David M. (Brothers & 
Brothers), 1509 City Hall Square 
Bldg. Ran. 5974 and 5975 

♦Brothers, Elmer D. (Brothers & 
Mills), 602 N. Y. Life Bldg. Cent. 
5003 

♦Brothers, Wm. V. (Brothers & Broth- 
ers), 1509 City Hall Square Bldg. 
Ran. 5974, 5975 

Brougham, Thos. B. 803 N. Y. Life 
Bldg. Cent. 1158. Aut. 34-248 

Brouillet. Hector A. (Wood & Brouil- 
let), 509, 11-117 N. Dearborn st. Ran. 
620 

♦Brower, Jule F. 1331 First Nat. Bk. 
Bldg. Cent. 411. Aut. 45-502 

♦Brown, Anson H. 540 National Life 
Bldg. Ran. 7329. Aut. 32-320 

Brown, Ben F. 702-118 N. La Salle st. 
Main 3965 

Brown, Bernard J. 905-6 Ashland Blk. 
Cent. 6386 

Brown, Chas. A. (Brown, Williams, 
Bell, Hanson & Boettcher), 1550 Mon- 
adnock Blk. Har. 3634 and 759 

Brown, Charles F. 4251 Wentworth av. 

♦Brown, Charles R. (Brown, Brown & 
Brown), 924 National Life Bldg. 
Ran. 6864 

♦Brown, C. LeRoy 1640 First Nat. Bk. 
Bldg. Ran. 1816 

Brown, Charles Turner. 839 Unity Bldg. 
Cent. 6415. Aut. 43-308 

♦Brown. Edward Eagle, Atty. First 
Nat. Bank. Ran. 5363. Aut. 489-115. 
and (Miller, Starr. Packard & Peck- 
ham), 1522 First Nat. Bank Bldg. 
Cent. 2150. Aut. 43-629 

♦Brown, Edward Osgood. Judge Appel- 
late Court. Cent. 2064 

Brown, Frank T. (Brown, Hookins, 
Nissen & Sprinkle), 1124 Monadnock 
Blk. Har. 292 

♦Brown, Frederick A. (Brown & 
Ewen), 804 Tacoma Bldg. Main S845 
and 3846 

Brown, George W. 901-4 Stock Ex- 
change Bldg. Main 4880 

Brown, Harry 45-112 N. La Salle st. 
Main 2079. Auto 32-511 

Brown, Hugh 201-117 N. Dearborn st. 
Ran. 2906. Auto. 41-546. Res. Nor- 
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Brown, James C. 1047 Insurance Ex- 
change. Wabash 1792 
Brown, Jas. Edgar 1208 Ashland Blk. 

Cent. 1057. Aut. 41-402 
Brown, Jav H. (Brown. Brown & 

Brown), 924 National Life Building. 

Ran. 6864 
*Brown, John A. 1601 Title & Trust 

Bldg. Ran. 4193. Aut. 41-327 
*Brown. John S. 714-9 S. La Salle st. 

Ran. 5038 
*Brown. Llovd IM. (Brown, Brown & 

Brown), 92'4 National Life Bldg. Ran. 

6864 
*Brown. Paul 1601-6 Corn Exchange 

Bk. Bldg. Franklin 170 
*Brown, Philip S. 1438 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Cent. 2063 
Brown. Stephen C. 501 E. 35th st. 

Douglas 1816 
*Brown, Stewart Reed 1131-26 Unity 

Bldg. Cent. 2628. Aut. 42-391 
Brown, Susie M. 826 Federal Bldg. Har. 

4700 
♦Brown, Taylor E. (Brown & Mehl- 

hope), 808 Marquette Bldg. Cent. 

4384. Aut. 67-468 
Brown. Thomas B. (Haight, Brown & 

Haight), 627 The Rookery. Wabash 

2084 
Brown. T. Webster 801-219 S. Dear- 
born St. Har. 1251. Aut. 64-733 
*Brown, Thos. W. 524 National Life 

Bldg. Cent. 4108-9. Aut. 30-840 
*Brown. William Tr. (Hav & Brown), 

1318 Hartford Bldg. Ran. 1368. Aut. 

44-598 
Brown. Wm. R. 400-30 N. Dearborn st. 

Cent. 1812 
Browne, A. W. (Browne & Murray), 

816 Ashland Blk. Ran. 3517. Aut. 

44-421 
♦Browning, Granville W. Master in 

Chancery Circuit Court 1210 Hart- 
ford Bldg. Cent. 976. Aut. 41-811 
Brubaker, Edward Franklin 940 The 

Rookery. Wabash 3814. Aut. 52-142, 

52-143 
Bruck, Homer D. 2635 Wabash av. 

Calumet 5311 
Bruckcr. Ralph 514-332 S. Michigan 

av. Har. 44.36. Aut. 64-391 
♦Bruggemeyer, Mancha 301 Ashland 

Blk. Ran. 5168. Aut. 41-361 
♦Bruhlman, O. C. Asst. Corp. Counsel, 

511 City Hall. Main 447 
Brumfield. Jerry M. 6209 Loomis blvd. 

Englewood 10228 
♦Brundage, Edward J. (Brundage, Wil- 

kerson & Cassels) 1145 The Rookery. 

Wabash 2571. Aut. 53-930 



Brunhild, Leo L. 1205-10 Unity Bldg. 

Ran. 367. Aut. 44-501 
Bruski, Max, 518 Ashland Blk. Cent. 

1458 
♦Bryan, Wm. E. (Bryan, McCormick 

& Wilber). 1512 Ashland Blk. Cent. 

4060 and 4061 
Bryant, Jr., J. J. 711 Rookery bldg. Wa- 
bash 2114. Aut. 54-690 
♦Bryant, John M. 1414 Ft. Dearborn 

Bldg. Ran. 4030. Aut. 58-301 
Bryant, M. 505 Cham. Commerce Bldg. 

Main 1450 
Bryant, Wm. J. 30-143 N. Dearborn st. 

Cent. 4371 
Buchanan, Wilber L. 616 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Ran. 7327 
Buck, John H. 5001 W. 39th PI Cicero. 

Morton Park 321 
♦Buckingham, George T. (Defrees, 

Buckingham, Ritter & Eaton), 9th 

floor 225 S. La Salle st. Wabash 2868 
Buckley, Orin J. 604-166 W. Washing- 
ton St. Franklin 2060 
Buckley, Thomas M. 3908 Cottage 

Grove av. Douglas 9277 
♦Bucklin, Edward L (Bucklin & Buck- 

lin), 715-118 N. La Salle st. Main 

2723. Aut. 33-884 
♦Bucklin, Vail R. (Bucklin & Bucklin), 

715-118 N. La Salle st. Main 2723. 

Aut. 33-884 
Buckner, Wm. E. 224 N. California av. 

Garfield 5020 
Buehler, Ernst, 1628 Unity Bldg. Cent. 

1295. Ran. 738. Aut. 42-219 
Buell. Chas. A. 650 Federal Bldg. Har, 

4700 
♦Buell, Chas. C. (Buell, Abbey & Wil- 
liams), 1608-12 Tribune Bldg. Cent. 

5758 and 5159. Aut. 41-103 
Bugee, John A. 1111 City Hall Square 

Bldg. Cent. 5949. Aut. 47-222 
♦Bulkley, Almon W. (Bulkley, Gray & 

More), 518 Home Ins. Bldg. Ran. 

187 
Bulkley, Charles C. 1233 McCormick 

Bldg. Har. 1572. Aut. 64-462 
♦Bull, Follet W. (Bull & Johnson), 1113 

The Rookerv. Wabash 1676 
Bullard, Joel E. 913 Ashland Blk. Cent. 

2656. Aut. 44-624 
Bullock, Walter E. 207-108 S. La Salle 

St. Franklin 1848 
♦Bumphrey, Eugene M. 307 Ashland 

Blk. Cent. 7071. Aut. 47-406 
♦Bunch, Thaddeus O. (Hiner, Bunch & 

Latimer), 1717 Harris Trust Bldg. 

Ran. 3711 
♦Bunge, Gustav H. (Bunge. Harbour &' 

Chadwick), 203 Securitv Bldg. Frank- 
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Biirch, Albert M. 707 Title & Trust 

Bldg. Cent. 4955. Aut. 41-389 
*Burchard, John C. 1450 Otis Bldg. 

Main 662 
Burchmore, John S. (Borders, Walter 
& Burchmore), 557 The Rookery. 

Wabash 2416 
Burdette, John W. 1001-167 W. Wash- 
ington St. Main 3598. Aut. 36-694 
Buresh, Godlip A. 808-9 Title & Trust 

Bldg. Cent. 1406 
Burgess, Charles J. 1-518 Hartford Bldg. 

Cent. 3789. Aut. 44-598 
Burgess, Frank D. 1525-27 Unity Bldg. 

Ran. 2673. Aut. 44-208 
*Burhans, J. A. 306-25 N. Dearborn st. 

Ran. 3886-7. Aut. 41-701 
*Burke, Edmund W. (Burke. Jackson 

& Burke). 1002 Hartford Bldg. Cent. 

413 and 5296. Aut. 43-902 
Burke, James A. 525 Reaper Blk. Ran. 

1047 
Burke, James W. 518 Ashland Blk. 

Cent. 1458. Res. Lincoln 1374 
Burke, Joseph, 1628 Unity Bldg. Ran. 

738. Aut. 47-353 
Burke, Ricard O'Sullivan, Harbor Di- 
vision, City Hall. Main 447. Local 43 
*Burke, Richard E. Judge Superior 

Court. Franklin 3015 
*Burke. Thomas F. 410 Title & Trust 

Bldg. Cent. 5379 
*Burke, Webster H. (Burke, Tackson & 

Burke), 1002 Hartford Bldg. Cent. 

413 and 5296. Aut. 43-902 
*Burkhalter. Robert P. 1822 Commer- 
cial Nat. Bk. Bldg. Cent. 348 and 

3981 
*Burley, Clarence A. 1212 Rector Bldg. 

Cent. 1692 
*Burling, Edward B. (Bentley, Burling 

& Swan), 1201-203 S. Dearborn st. 

Har. 1283, 1284. 1285 
Burlingham, F. W. 715 The Rookery. 

Wabash 2828 
Burnham, Arthur W. 1718 First Nat. 

Bk. Bldg. Ran. 4643 
*Burnham, Frederic 1625 Harris Trust 

Bldg. Ran. 5226 
Burnham, Hugh L. 400 Commercial 

Nat. Bk. Bldg. Ran. 1071 
Burnham, Josiah, 615 Ashland Blk. 

Ran. 3418 
*Burns. James F. (Burns & Traub), 

1001-4 Title & Trust Bldg. Cent. 

1488. Aut. 47-3.37 
*Burns, Randall W. (Gardner, Foote & 

Burns), 1602 Corn Exchange Bk. 

Bldg. Franklin 2298 
Burns, Wm. Cullen, 924 National Life 

Bldg. Ran. 6864 



*Burns, William Foster, 1212 Cham. 

Commerce Bldg. Franklin 3389. Aut. 

32-443 
Burr, Benjamin E. 40-106 N. La Salle 

St. Main 1427. Aut. 36-387 
Burr, James H. (Purdy & Burr), 1320 

Ashland Blk. Cent. 5721. Aut. 48-248 
*Burr, Maurice 1105 Ashland Blk. Ran. 

4962. Aut. 43-366 
Burr, Maurice E. 1014 First Nat'l Bk. 

Bldg. Cent. 6435, 6436. Aut. 43-078 
Burras. Chas. H. 421 The Rookery. 

Wabash 862. Aut. 51-363 
*Burres, Joseph R. (Burres &. Wams- 

ley), 1214 Ashland Blk. Cent. 776. 

Aut. 48-696 
Burris, Nelson W. 810 Corn Exchange 

Bk. Bldg. Main 5100 
*Burry, George 1605 Ashland Blk. 

Cent. 3508 
*Burry, William (Runnels, Burry & 

Johnstone), 925 The Temple. Main 

181 
*Burton, Chas. S. (Burton & Burton), 

1410 Marquette Bldg. Cent. 1651. 

Aut. 63-937 
Burton, R. A. (Burton, Kannally & Me- 
gan), 1620 Ashland Blk. Cent. 1490 
*Burtt, Joe Beatty, 1016 Ashland Blk. 

Cent. 4392 
*Busby, Leonard A. (Busby, Weber, 

Miller & Robinson), 1639 First Nat. 

Bk. Bldg. Ran. 2160 
*Busch, Francis X. (Rockhold & Busch), 

1101-4 Otis Bldg. Franklin 3572 
Busse, Robert C. 1909 City Hall Square 

Bldg. Cent. 4293 
Butcher, Charles T. 4650 Ellis av. 
Butler, Charles A. 1003 Schiller Bldg. 

Ran. 1941. Aut. 43-372 
Butler, D. C. 361 Insurance Exchange 

Bldg. Wabash 4047 
*Butler, Rush C. (Cassoday, Butler, 

Lamb & Foster), 1414 Monadnock 

Bldg. Har. 6808 and 6809 
Butler, Russell P. 1613 Ashland Blk. 

Ran. 5004. Aut. 41-760 
*Butler, Walter, 1201 Merchants L. & 

T. Bldg. Cent. 2338 
Butterfield, C. W. 302-35 S. Dearborn 

St. Cent. 8718 
*Butters, Albert E. (Huttmann, Butters 

& Carr). 1518-20 Harris Trust Bldg. 

Ran. 4915. Aut. 53-501 
Butters, Thos. M. 315 B. & O. Pass. 

Sta. Wabash 3242 
Butterworth, William M. (Holland & 

Bntterworth). 1215 First. Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Ran. 2550. Aut. 42-638 



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*Butz, Otto C. (Lackner, Butz, Von 
Ammon & McGregor), 901 Title & 
Trust BIdg. Cent. 696 and 697. Aut. 
41-532 

*Butz. Robert Otto (Lackner, Butz, Van 
Ammon & McGregor), 901 Title & 
Trust Bldg. Cent. 696, 697. Aut. 
41-5;?2 

Buxton. Edward W. 7207 Harvard av. 

♦Buzzell, Edgar A. (Holden & Buzzell), 
901 Hartford Bldg. Cent. 7088. Aut. 
43-659 

Bynum, James L. 1517-24 Unity Bldg. 
Cent. 6030. Aut. 43-972 

*Byrne, John. Asst. U. S. Dist. Atty. 
826 Federal Bldg. Har. 4700 

Byrne, Patrick J. 2d fl. 39 S. La Salle 
St. Cent. 982 

*Byrnes, Daniel, 1107-14 Stock Ex- 
change Bldg. Franklin 1178 

Byrnes, Edward (Mclnerney, Power & 
Byrnes), 922 Chi. Opera House. Main 
1567 

Byrnes, John T. 420 Ashland Blk. Cent. 
5210. Aut. 41-609 

*Byron. George B. (Culver, Byron & 
Culver), 828-30 Chi. Stock Exchange 
Bldg. Main 1913. Aut. 33-037 



Caddick, W. A. 1201-4 Unity Bldg. 
Cent. 2219 

Cagney, M. W. Asst. Corporation Coun- 
sel. Main 447 and 71 Metropolitan 
Blk. Main 1371. Aut. 31-092 

*Cahn, Bertram J. 509 Ashland Blk. 
Ran. 2329. Aut. 41-420 

*Cahn, Louis M. 161 W. Harrison st. 

*Cain, Frank R. 1308 City Hall Square 
Bldg. Cent. 3167 

*Calhoun, H. Clay, 1310-123 W. Mad- 
ison St. Ran. 2868. Cent. 3607 

Calhoun. Lyford & Sheean (William J. 
Calhoun, Will H. Lyford, Tames M. 
Shccan. Charles D. Clark, Edward W. 
Rawlins, Edward C. Kohlsaat, Donald 
H. Mann, Wm. W. Dixon, Henry D. 
Sheean and Perry H. Kecney), 940 
The Rookery. Wabash 3814. Aut. 
52-142, 52-143 

♦Calhoun, William T. (Calhoun, Lyford 
& Sheean), 940 the Rookery. Wa- 
bash .3814. Aut. 52-142, 52-143 

Callahan, Francis J. (Callahan & Calla- 
han), 2d fl. City Hall Square Bldg. 
Cent. 4305. Aut. 48-148 

Callahan, James E. (Callahan & Calla- 
han), 2d fl. City Hall Square Bldg. 
Cent. 4305. Aut. 48-148 



Callihan, Geo. M. 1517 Ashland Blk. 

Cent. 4060 
Callner. Bernard H. 20th fl. Consumers 

Co. Bldg. Har. 5558. Aut. 689-712 
Calupuy, Frank J. Asst. City Pros. Atty.. 
Main 447, and 311 Unity Bldg. Cent. 
7192, 7193. Aut. 42-478 
Cambridge, Louis, Washington, D. C. 
Camelon, John M. 1104 Ashland Blk. 

Ran. 3165 
Cameron, Dwight F. 1718 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Ran. 4643 
*Cameron, John M. (Custer & Carr;-' 
eran), 811 The Rookery. Wabash 
1351. Aut. 52-262 
*Cameron, Ossian, 1501-6 Otis Bldg. 

Main 170. Aut. 31-828 
Cameron & Matson, 1415-17 Ashland 

Blk. Cent. 3916. Aut. 41-371 
Camp, Curtis B. 430 S. Green st. Hay- 
market 960 
Campbell, Benjamin A. 215 Marquette 

Bldg. Ran. 5496 
Campbell, Daniel A. Postmaster, Chi- 
cago. Har. 4700 
Campbell, David T. with Am. Corr. 
School, 10th fl. Manhattan Bldg. Har. 
1585 
*Campbell, H. Erskine (Pain, Campbell 
& Kasper), 1301 First Nat. Bk. Bldg. 
Ran. 266 and 267 
*Campbell, Herbert T. (Jeffery & Camp- 
bell), 1356 First Nat. Bk. Bldg. Ran. 
3307. Aut. 44-680 
Campbell, Isaiah, 1628 Unity Bldg. Cent. 

1295 
Campbell, J. Addison, 908 Fort Dear- 
born Bldg. Ran. 5097 
*Campbell, John G. 1640 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Ran. 1816 
Campbell, N. W. 701 N. Y. Life Bldg. 

Cent. 6115. Aut. 31-570 
Campbell, Robert L. 1912 Harris Trust 

Bldg. Ran. 3518 
*Campbell, Robert W. (Knapp & Camp- 
bell), 700 Commercial Nat. Bk. Bldg. 
Ran. 400 
*Campe, Frank O. (Campe, Koebel & 
Mechling), 420 Ashland Blk. Cent. 
.5210. Aut. 41-609 
Campe, Frank V. 722 Opera House 

Bldg. Main 1865. Aut. 31-873 
Canavan, A. A. 303-25 N. Dearborn st. 

Cent. 7141. Aut. 41-545 
Candlish, Wm. J. (Candlish & Mc- 
Cally), 1600 Westminster Bldg. Ran. 
5653. Aut. 63-073 
*Cannon, Thos. H. (Cannon & Poage), 
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Cantwell, Robert E. 312-19 Hartford 
Bldg. Cent. 6300 and 2176. Aut. 
48-493 

*Canty, Francis J. Gen'I Atty. for Lon- 
don Guarantee and Accident Co. Ltd. 
510 Corn Exchange Bk. Bldg. Frank- 
lin 230 

Caperton, Hugh A. (Brooks & Caper- 
ton), 34-106 N. La Salle st. Main 
2093. Aut. 31-792 

Capesius. Wm. 1504 City Hall Square 
Bldg. Ran. 1722. Aut. 47-148 

Caplice, Michael J. 5221 Gladys av. Aus- 
tin 9056 

Capps, F. L. 4017 Milwaukee av. Irving 
Park 10201 

Capp. Frank M. C. Title & Trust Co. 
Cent. 4880 

Cardy, C. B. 724 McCormick Bldg. 
Har. 5115 

Carlin, Nellie, Public Guardian, 817-27 
Unity Bldg. Cent. 3640. Ran. 3277 

Carlson, Carl A. 1404 Association Bldg. 
Cent. 6520, 6521, 6522 

Carlson, C Oscar, 416 N. Y. Life Bldg. 
Cent. 533 

Carlson. Toel C. 601 Otis Bldg. Frank- 
line 3296 

Carmichael, Daniel L. 7109 Michigai. 
av. Weritworth 2671 

Carmichael. Dwight B. 922 Chi. Opera 
House. Main 1567 

Carmichael, James F. 2950 N. Clark st. 
Lake View 3986 

Carmody. Edward J. 49 Metropolitan 
Blk. Main 1725 

Carmody, Jeremiah H. 49 Metropolitan 
Blk. Main 1725 

Carmody, M. L. 1007-167 W. Washing- 
ton St. Franklin 1808. Aut. 32-548 

Carney, Samuel G. 4544 Oakenwald av. 
Drexel 3516 

*Carnahan, Chas. C. (Carnahan, Elsdon 
& Slusser), 1200-4 Westminster Bldg. 
Cent. 1091 

Carpenter, Charles E. TWyman, Jurgens 
& Carpenter), 1410 City Hall Square 
Bldg. Ran. 7400 

*Carpenter, Geo. A. Judge United States 
District Court. Har. 4700 

Carpenter, Grant, 401 Straus Bld^. 
Franklin 895 

Carpenter, John C. 715 Monadnock Bldg. 
Har. 4621 

Carpenter, L. W. 9206 Commercial av. 
So. Chicago 147 

*Carpenter, Paul, 400 Commercial Nat. 
Bk. Bldg. Ran. 1071 

Carr, Earl H. 510 Corn Exchange Bk. 
Bldg. Franklin 230 

Carr, Edmund S. (Biggs, Carr & Fet- 
zer), 805 Title & Trust Bldg. Ran. 394 



Carr, Francis J. 1228 Stock Exchange 

Bldg. Main 2365 
Carr, Geo. W. 3d floor 172 W. Wash- 
ington St. Main 2735. Aut. 42-167 
Carr, Robert (Huttmann, Butters & 

Carr), 1518-20 Harris Trust Bldg. 

Ran. 4915. Aut. 53-501 
Carr, W. S. 174 N. Market st. Main 

4400 
Carrier, Lee W. 1601 W. End av. Chi- 
cago Heights. Tel. 545 
Carroll, James J. (Carroll & Carroll), 

1533 E. 53d st. Hyde Park 440 
Carroll, John A. (Carroll & Carroll), 

1533 E. 53d st. Hyde Park 440 
Carroll, S. Carr. (Died Feb. 13, 1913.) 
Carroll, William A. 5305 S. Morgan st. 

Drover 78 
*Carson, Wm. Sherman, 901-4 Tacoma 

Bldg. Main 1153 
*Carter, Allan J. Evanston, 111. 
*Carter. Donald M. (Parker & Carter), 

1410 Marquette Bldg. Cent. 1651. Aut. 

63-937 
Carter, Edmund D. 611-12 City Hall 

Square Bldg. Ran. 3'324. Cent. 34U3. 

Aut. 43-497 
Carter, Henry W. 635 Monadnock Blk- 

Har. 2124 
Carter, Howard M. 914 Marquette Bldg. 

Cent. 819. Aut. 61-784 
Carter, John M. 420 Ashland Blk. Cent. 

5210. Aut. 41-609 
*Carter, Orrin N. Justice Illinois Su- 
preme Court. Chambers 1022 Court 

House. Main 4480. Res. 619 Univer- 
sity PI. Evanston 3504-R 
^Carton, Alfred T. (Gardner, Carton 8t 

Thomson), 1000 Am. Trust Bldg. 

Ran. 3647. Aut. 48-458 
Caruthers, Carroll. 1400 Fort Dearborn 

Bldg. Cent. 4282 
*Cary, Robert J. (Glennon, Gary, 

Walker & Howe), 520, 536 La Salle 

St. Station. Wabash 4200 
Case, Alfred E. 1510 Steger Bldg. Har. 

8254 
Case, Amos H. 1108 E. 63d st. Midway 

3925 
*Case, Jr. Chas. Center, Asst. State's 

Atty. Criminal Court Bldg. Cent. 

4870 and 56-106 N. La Salle st. Main 

2611. Aut. 33-566 
Case, Ervin C. 657 First Nat. Bk. Bldg. 

Cent. 2232 
Case, Munson T. 1120 Otis Bldg. 

Franklin 3726 
Case, Theodore G. 20-106 N. La Salle 

St. Franklin 2388 
*Case, William W. (Matz, Fisher & 

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Casev, Charles N. r222 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Cent. 876. Aut. 44-043 
♦Casey, John D. 4415 Washington blvd. 

Kedzie 623 
Casler, Charles R. 419 Roanoke Bldg. 

Ran. 987 
*Cassels, Edwin H. (Brundage. Wilker- 

son & Cassels), 1145 The Rookery. 

Wabash 2571. Aut. 53-930 
Cassiday, C. L. 820 Ashland Blk. Cent. 

3593. Aut. 42-332 
Cassidy, Tames E. 709 Ashland Blk. 

Ran. 1733 
Cassoday, Butler, Lamb & Foster. 1414 

Monadnock Bldg. Har. 6808, 6809 
Castagnino, John A. 1209 Merchants 

Loan & T. Bldg. Cent. 5337 
*Castle, Franz W. 816 National Life 

Bldg. Ran. 6144 and 6145. Aut. 

30-285 
*Castle, Howard P. (Castle, Williams, 

Long & Castle), 816 National Life 

Bldg. Ran. 6144 and 6145. Aut. 

30-285 
♦Castle. Percy V. (Castle, Williams, 

Long & Castle), 816 National Life 

Bldg. Ran. 6144 and 6145. Aut. 

30-285 
*Caswell. Chas. L. (Caswell & Healy), 

1809-12 City Hall Square Bldg. Cent. 

2098. Aut. 43-576 
Cate, Albion, 505-58 W. Washington st. 

Cent. 1929. Aut. 42-371 
Catherwood. Robert 547 County Bldg. 

Franklin 3015 
Catlin, Franklin S. 500-166 W. Wash- 
ington St. Franklin 1457. Aut. 30-515 
*Cattell, Archibald, 913-19 Ft. Dearborn 

Bldg. Ran. 5256. Aut. 51-916 
Cattern, Charles, 612 Ashland Blk. Ran. 

810 
Cavanagh, Raymond A. 6248 Lakewood 

av. Edgewater 4489 
♦Cavenee, Clark M. 914 Marquette Bldg. 

Cent. 819. Aut. 61-784 
*Cavender, Harvey L. 1602 Ft. Dear- 
born Bldg. Cent. 2058. Aut. 52-878 
*Caverly, John R. Judge Municipal 

Court. Franklin 2684 
Cavette, Scott Osten, 420 Ashland Blk. 

Cent. 5210. Aut. 41-609 
*Caylor, Worth E. 501 Title & Trust 

Bldg. Cent. 6623. Aut. 42-980 
Cazier, M. H. 1508-19 S. La Salle st. 

Cent. 6264 
Cepek, Rudolph A. 3645 W. 26th st. 

Lawndale 7086 
♦Cermak, Jerome J. (McEwen, Weisen- 

bach, Shrimski & Meloan), 1630 Tri- 
bune Bldg. Ran. 1806 
Chace. Jr. Henry T. 302-3 Reaper Blk. 

Cent. 3619 



Chadwick, Wm. H. (Bunge, Harbour & 
Chadwick), 203 Security Bldg. Frank- 
lin 935. Aut. 30-376 

Challenger, Elmer E. 431 First Nat. Bk. 
Bldg. Ran. 4676 

Chamberlain, Clarence K. 1620 Monad- 
nock Blk. Har. 1804. Aut. 65-294 

*Chamberlin, Walter H. (Chamberlin & 
Freudenreich), 1543 Marquette Bldg. 
Cent. 3044. Aut. 61-764 

Chambers, Walter, 1217 Westminster 
Bldg. Ran. 7320 

♦Chancellor, Justus (Thornton & Chan- 
cellor), 704 Pullman Bldg. Har. 3534 

♦Chandler, Henry P. 1309 Stock Ex- 
change Bldg. Main 698. Aut. 31-118 

Chandler, Joseph H. 626 Railway Ex- 
change Bldg. Har. 3783 

Chapin, Ira J. 3869 Ellis av. Douglas 
2352 

*Chapin, Ora E. 32 S. Wabash ave. 
Cent. 5369 

Chapman, O. S. 66-106 N. La Salle st. 

♦Chapman, Theodore, 301 Harris Trust 
Bldg. Ran. 4776 

♦Charles, Albert N. 913 Ashland Blk. 
Ran. 4311. Cent. 2656. Aut. 44-624 

Charles, Garfield, Asst. U. S. District 
Atty. 826 Federal Bldg. Har. 4700 

♦Chase, Chas. W. (Wood & Chase), 
1122 Merchants Loan & T. Bldg. Ran. 
1157. Aut. 54-334 

Chase, Franklin L. 1520 Ashland Blk. 
Cent. 3050 

Chase, Philip A. 1520 Ashland Blk. 
Cent. 3050 

Chayes, Harold L 540 National Life 
Bldg. Ran. 7329. Aut. 32-320 

♦Cheever, Dwight B. (Cheever & Cox), 
1133 Monadnock Blk. Har. 575 

Cheney, Frank L. (McMahon & Che- 
ney), 1131-36 Unity Bldg. Cent. 2628. 
Aut. 42-391 

♦Chenev, Henry D. (Cheney & Evans), 
804-19 S. La Salle st. Cent. 5848 and 
1733. Aut. 36-576 

Cherney, Hazel Black, 350 Old Colony 
Bldg. Har. 1954 

Cherry, James J. (Gallagher & Cherry), 
1606 Tribune Bldg. Ran. 1476 

Cherry, John M. (Stevens, Lewis, 
Cherry & Dole), 1004 Chi. Opera 
House Bldg. Franklin 1313. Aut. 
31-437 

Chesterman, Edgar W. 962 Monadnock 
Blk. Har. 4288 

♦Chctlain, Arthur H. 810 Reaper Blk. 
Cent. 254 

Chilcoat, Allen B. 408 Ashland Blk. 
Ran. 4284 

Childs. Beryl H. 513-9 S. La Salle st. 
Cent. 3684 



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*Childs, Frank Hall, 1312 Peoples Gas 

Bldg. Ran. 5148. Aut. G3-Ot3.5 
*Childs, Frank L. 513 Roanoke Bldg. 

Cent. 3684. 
Childs, Lester C. (Childs & Childs), 

621-39 S. La Salle st. Ran. 1976. Aut 

33-632 
*Childs. Robert A. (Childs & Childs), 

621-39 S. La Salle st. Ran. 1976. Aut. 

33-632 
Childs, Robert W. Asst. U. S. Dist. 

Atty. 826 Federal Bldg. Har. 4700, 

and 621 N. Y. Life Bldg. Ran. 1976. 

Aut. 33-632 
Chindahi. Geo. L. 1515 Monadnock Blk. 

Har. 2854 
*Chindblom, Carl R. County Attorney. 

507 County Bldg. Franklin 3015 

(Brecher & Chindblom). 808-167 \V. 

Washington st. Main 4084 
♦Chipman. Geo. E. (Chipman & Tack- 
son). 1206 Tribune Bldg. Cent. 287 
Chipman, L. E. 702 Oxford Bldg. Main 

3965 
♦Chones, Wm. 918 Cham. Commerce 

Bldg. Main 2449. Aut. 32-310 
Chott, Q. J. 1611 City Hall Square 

Bldg. Cent. 6710 
Christensen, James, 742 E. 62d st. Nor- 
mal 6763 
Christensen. Otto fClare & Christen- 
sen), 1014 Association Bldg. Ran. 

5246. Cent. 582 
Christensen, S. LeRov, C. Title & Trust 

Co. Cent. 4880 
Christenson, John, 1110 Ashland Blk. 

Cent. 5821. ' Aut. 41-432 
Christlev, Samuel J. Edison Park. Tel. 

1254 
♦Christopher, T. Irving. 1400 First Nat. 

Bk. Bldg. Cent. 828 
♦Chritton. Geo. A.. (Dvrenforth, Lee, 

Chritton & Wiles). 1508 Marquette 

Bldg. Cent. 6585 
Chumasero. K. P. C. Title & Trust Co. 

Cent. 4880 
Churan. Chas. A. 828 Unity Bldg. Cent. 

314 
Church. Chester W. 206-9 S. La Salle 

St. Ran. 6550 
Church. Ralph E. 700 Commercial Nat. 

Bk. Bide. Ran. 400 
Church. William E. (Church & Mc- 

Murdy), 1303 Title & Trust Bldg. 

Cent. 1800 
*Church. Wm. T. (Church. Shepard & 

Day). 626 The Temple. Main 1531 
Churchill, Fred C. 1506 Otis Bldg. Main 

170 
♦Chytraus. Axel (Chvtraus. Healv & 

Frost), 1228-29 S. La Salle st. Ran. 

4788 



Cimral, Frank J. 7707 Drexel av. Mid- 
way 8340 
Clancy, J. Edward, 1104 Ashland Blk. 

Ran. 3165 
*Clancy, John Daniel, 1010 Association 

Bldg. Ran. 978, 3527. Aut. 32-516 
Clapp. Harry Lincoln (Peirce. Fisher 

& Clapp), 1431 Marquette Bldg. Cent. 

1648. Aut. 62-207 
Clare, John F. (Kern & Clare), 1, 4-54 

W. Randolph st. Ran. 194 
*Clare, M. Emmett (Clare & Christen- 
sen), 1014 Association Bldg. Ran. 

5246. Cent. 582 
*Clark, Ainsworth W. Bond Dept. 

Cont'l & Com'l Trust & S. Bk. Ran. 

4606 
Clark, Cassius C. (Clark & Clark). 605 

Portland Blk. Ran. 2875. Aut. 43-352 
*Clark. Charles D. (Calhoun, Lvford & 

Sheean), 940 The Rookery. Wabash 

3814. Aut. 52-142, 52-143 
*Clark, Charles V. 1356 First Nat'l Bk. 

Bldg. Ran. 3307 
Clark, Ernest W. 309-35 S. Dearborn 

St. Cent. 6056. Aut. 44-067 
*Clark, Francis H. (Thompson & 

Clark), 630 Opera House Blk. Main 

3379 
Clark, James L. 1301 Borland Bldg. 

Ran. 3567 
Clark, John, 1529 S. Homan av. 
Clark, Katherine S. 804 S. Ridgeland 

av. Oak Park. Tel. 897 
Clark, Matthew E. Asst. City Atty. 602 

City Hall. Main 447 
Clark, Oliver A. 1904 W. Lake st 
Clark, Preston (Hannah, Bergh & 

Clark), 409-169 W. Washington st. 

Franklin 2528 
*Clark, Robert B. 1403 Title & Trust 

Bldg. Ran. 7490 
Clark, Russell S. (Clark & Clark). 605 

Portland Blk. Ran. 2875. Aut. 43-.3.-)2 
♦Clark, Thomas C. Judge B. Branch 

Appellate Court. Ran. 1733 
Clark, Will H. 914 Marquette Bldg. 

Cent. 819. Aut. 61-784 
♦Clark, W. O. 61-67 W. Kinzie st. Cent. 

854 
Clark. Wm. J. 518 Ashland Blk. Cent. 

1458 
Clarke, Fred M. 608 Reaper Blk. Cent. 

6969 
♦Clarke. Henry L. (Mundav. Evarts. 

.•\dcock & Clarke). 907 Marquette 

Bldg. Cent. 1556 
Clarkson. Philip. 1210 Title & Trust 

Bldg. Cent. 7077 
Claussen, Arthur E. 600 Federal Bldg. 

Har. 4700 
Claussen, Wm. J.303 N. State. Cent. 842 



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Cleary. James M. 310 Tribune Bldg. 

Cent. 100. Aut. 42-611 
*Cleland, McKenzie. 964 Insurance Ex- 
change Bldg. Wabash 1032. Aut. 

51-184 
Clements, Chauncey N. (Clements & 

Eakin). 1531-6 Unity Bldg. Cent. 

1424, 4410. Aut. 92-942 
♦Cleveland Chester E. (Newman, 

Northrup, Levinson & Becker), 823 

Cham. Commerce Bldg. Main 1122. 

Aut. 31-279 
♦Cleveland. Frank C. 1600 Railway Exc. 

Bldg. Har. 2274 
Clifford. Edward. 706 New York Life 

Bldg. Ran. 6980 
♦Clifford Eugene, 1117 Unity Bldg. 

Cent. 362 
♦Clifford, Richard W. 734 First Nat. 

Bk. Bldg. Ran. 3081 
Clifford, T. H. 801 Unity Bldg. Cent. 

5354. Aut. 42-973 
♦Clinnin, John V. Recorder's Office, 

County Bldg. Franklin 3015 
♦Clithero, Delbert A. 1018 Hartford 

Bldg. Cent. 2484 
♦Clow, Joseph C. M. 510 Corn Ex- 
change Bk. Bldg. Franklin 230 
♦Cloyes, Wm. E. (McCabe, Cloyes & 

Kull), 705 Cham. Commerce. Main 

2194 
Clucas, William L. 1109-11 Tacoma 

Bldg. Main 5147. Aut. 32-532 
Clute, S. R. 1038 Stock Exch. Bldg. 

Main 3470 
Coad, Wm. T. 6726 Sheridan Rd. Rog- 
ers Park 372 
Cobb, Charles L. 1522 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Cent. 2150. Aut. 43-029 
Cobb, Wm. H. 115 S. Wabash av. 
Cobe, Ira M. 800 First Nat. Bk. Bldg. 

Ran. 10. Aut. 42-161 
Coburn, John J. (Coburn & Bentley), 

58-106 N. La Salle st. Main 90 and 

4486. Aut. 33-893 
Cochinsky, John, 1510 Title & Trust 

Bldg. Cent. 1863. Aut. 42-335 
♦Cochran, John R. 700 Commercial Nat. 

Bk. Bldg. Ran. 400 
Cochran, Joseph W. 1200 Ashland Blk. 

Cent. 3287 
Cochran, W. F. (Weil & Cochran), 20th 

floor Majestic Bldg. Ran. 6984 
♦Cochrane, David K. 605 Portland Blk. 

Ran. 2875. Aut. 43-352 
Cody, Arthur B. 900-226 S. La Salle 

St. Wabash 2868. Aut. 5-3-289 
Cody, Oliver T. (Dellenback. Riese & 

Cody), 816-18 Reaper Blk. Cent. 1690. 

Aut. 44-550 
Coffeen, C. B. Peoria, 111. 



Coffeen, j\I. D. 701 Tacoma Bldg. 

Franklin 891 
Coghlan, Henry D. 500-166 W. Wash- 
ington St. Main 1273. Aut. 33-229 
Cohen, Benj. E. 716 Reaper Blk. Ran. 

468 and 1122 
Cohen, George B. 1010 Association 

Bldg. Ran. 978, 3527. Aut. 32-516 
Cohen, Jacob, 1903 City Hall Square 

Bldg. Cent. 4339 
♦Cohen, Lawrence A. 1035 First Nat'l 

Bk. Bldg. Ran. 2241. Aut. 43-884 
Cohen, Louis (Andrews & Cohen). 824 

New York Life Bldg. Ran. 2743 
Cohen. Milton H. 1612 Ashland Blk. 

Cent. 5903 
Cohen, Samuel (Elmer. Cohen & Be- 

lasco). 611 City Hall Square Bldg. 

Cent. 3403. Aut. 43-497 
Cohen, Sevmour N. (Comerford & Co- 
hen). 905 Ashland Blk. Cent. 6.386 
Cohn, Aaron, 308 E. 53rd st. Kenwood 

3404 
Cohn, Carl, 16th fl. Am. Trust Bldg. 

Cent. 2780 
Cohn, Ezra, 512 Reaper Blk. Cent. 

6904 
♦Cohn. Lee, 1110 Fort Dearborn Bldg. 

Cent. 5528. Aut. 53-528 
Cohn, Meyer (Pincus & Cohn). 806-7 

Ashland Blk. Cent. 1808 
Cohns, Charles L. 609 City Hall Square 

Bldg. Ran. 3159 
Colberg, Marcus A. 816 Ashland Blk. 

Ran. 3517 
♦Colbert, Mary Lee (Goodman, Frank 

& Colbert), 1103-32 N. Dearborn st. 

Ran. 1439 
Colbert, Wm. E. 314-23 W. Monroe st. 

Ran. 3922 
Colburn, Warren E. 9129 Commercial 

av. So. Chgo. 6 
Colby, Elhanan W. 1511-14 City Hall 

Square Bldg. Ran. 6753 
Cole, Delavan B. 1009-111 W. Monroe 

St. Ran. 5935 
♦Cole, E. Leslie, 1511-12 City Hall 

Square Bldg. Ran. 6753 
Coleman, Julius A. 23 E. Walton PI. 

Dearborn 932 
Coleman, James L. 1011 Railway Ex- 
change. Har. 4910 
Coleman, W. J. 4300 Park av. Garfield 

8986 
Collier, William C. 4224 N. Troy st. 

Irving 9731 
Collins. Andrew D. 1300-104 S. Michi- 
gan av. Ran. 2191 
♦Collins, Beryl B. 922 Chi. Opera 

House. Main 1567 
Collins. Chas. B. 4229 W. Monroe st. 

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Collins, Chas. E. 53 Metropolitan Blk. 

Main 4106 
Collins, Clinton C. 818 Ashland Blk. 

Ran. 5178 and 5179 
Collins, G. Raymond, 833 First Nat. Bk. 

BIdg. Ran. 2266. Aut. 44-243 
Collins, Kenneth P. The Northern Trust 

Co. Main 5200 
Collins, Lorin C. Santa Fe, New Mex- 
ico. 
Collins, M. E. Rotunda Stock Exchange 

Bldg. Main 167. Aut. 32-023 
Collins, Norman G. 557 The Rookery. 

Wabash 2416 
Collins, R. Robert, 1110 Ashland Blk 

Cent. 5821. Aut. 41-432 
*Colson, Harry G. 1438 First Nat. Bk, 

Bldg. Cent. 2063 
Colston, Edvil O. 519 Ogden Bldg, 

Main 1310 
Colwell, Clyde C. 610 Portland Blk, 

Cent. 1274 
Come, Samuel M. 1206 Rector Bldg 

Ran. 3545 
*Comerford, Frank (Comerford & Co- 
hen). 905 Ashland Blk. Cent. 6386 
Comstock, Edward F. 29-112 N. La Salle 

St. Main 4913. Aut. 34-193 
Comstock. Fred S. 1100 Hartford Bldg. 

Cent. 1965. Aut. 41-965 
Concannon, Matthias, 724 Am. Trust 

Bldg. Ran. 6543 
*Condee, Leander D. 402-35 N. Dear- 
born St. Cent. 960. Aut. 41-654 
*Condee. Ralph W. Master in Chan- 
cery, Circuit Court, 1222 First Nat. 

Bk. Bldg. Cent. 876. Aut. 44-043 
*Condit, J. Sidney, 1400 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Cent. 828 
*Condon, James G. (Ryan & Condon), 

721-23 First Nat. Bk. Bldg. Ran. 

3748 
*Condon, Thomas J. 722 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Ran. 3748 
Cone, Julius B. 2130 Prairie av. Cal. 

1120 
Conerty, Joseph A. 922 Chicago Opera 

House, Main 1567 
Conkey, Willard F. (Died May 13, 

1913.) 
Connell, Jos. A. Atty. C. B. & Q. R. R. 

1100-547 W. Jackson blvd. Wab. 4400 
Connery, Joseph M. 25-79 W. South 

Water st. Cent. 4756. Res. tel. Gar- 
field 8443 
Connor, Martin. 62-106 N. La Salle st. 

Main 1042. Aut. 30-499 
Conover, Lawrence P. 804 Tacoma Bldg. 

Main 3845, 3846 
Conover, Wm. A. 702 Rector Bldg. Ran. 

6169 



Conrad, Henry G. 801 Unity Bldg. Cent. 

5354. Aut. 42-973 
Considine, James R. Asst. City Atty. 

602 City Hall. Main 447 
Consoer, John C. A. 3349 N. 40th av. 

Irving 11743 
Cook, Chester A. 1408 Hartford Bldg. 

Cent. 2069 
Cook, Edgar J. 910 Ashland Blk. Cent. 

6630. Aut. 44-007 
*Cook, Horace Wright (Huff, Cook & 

Slottow), 832-36 Stock Exchange 

Bldg. Main 1507 
Cook, James N. 1117 La Salle st. sta. 

Wabash 3210 
Cook, James P. 921 Schiller Bldg. Cent. 

1509 

Cook, Jessie, 405-58 W. Washington st. 

Cent. 2591 
Cook, Jr. John R. 45-112 N. La Salle 

St. Main 2079 
Cook, Robert S. 1100 Merchants L. & T. 

Bldg. Ran. 922 
*Cook, Wells M. 1009 N. Y. Life Bldg 

Ran. 3031 
Cooke, Homer (Cooke, Pope & Pope), 

223 Washington st. Waukegan, 111. 

Tel. 266 
Cooke, John A. 3458 W. Polk st. 
*Cooley, Harlan W. 1915-17 Insurance 

Exchange Bldg. Wabash 3936 
*Coolidge. Clarence A. 1600 Westmin- 
ster Bldg. Ran. 5653 and 2124. Aut. 

63-073 
Coolidge, Jr. F. W. 1616 Marquette 

Bldg. Cent. 5136 
Cooling, Walter F. 703 City Hall Square 

Bldg. Ran. 3725 
Cooney, John J. 701 Cham. Commerce. 

Main 1308. Aut. 34-543 
Cooney, Richard J. (Cooney & Ver- 

hoeven), 1202 Ashland Blk. Cent. 925. 

Aut. 44-1,39 
*Coonley, Henry E. 400-30 N. Dearborn 

St. Cent. 1812. Aut. 43-878 
Cooper, Abijah O. 612 Roanoke Bldg. 

Cent. 2682. Aut. 33-324 
*Cooper, Bernhard S. 824 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Ran. 6064 
Cooper, Chester W. 212 W. Schiller st. 

North 1477 
Cooper, F. W. 208 Cham. Commerce. 

Main 171 
Cooper, Henry N. 1642 Otis Bldg. 

Main 1966 and 1967 
Cooper, Joseph R. W. 1202 Ashland 

Blk. Cent. 925. Aut. 44-139 
Cooper, Lawrence C. 747 Insurance Ex- 
change. Wabash 952 
*Cooper, William Fenimore, Judge Su- 
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Copeland, William M. 324 N. Y. Life 
Bldg. Cent. 5242 

*Corbin, \Vm. S. 1010 Title & Trust 
Bldg. Ran. 1381. Aut. 44-525 

Corbishley, Arthur, Swift & Co. Yards 
4200 

Corcoran, Andrew J. 701 Chicago Opera 
House. Franklin 8042 

Corcoran. Arthur, 434 S. Canal st. Wa- 
bash 2131 

Corkell, Paul, 1043-52 National Life 
Bldg. Ran. 3784-5 

Corneau, Barton, Boston, Mass. 

Corneil, M. W. 921 Ft. Dearborn Bldg. 
Ran. 3029. Aut. 51-012 

Cornelius, James C. (McKiernan & Cor- 
nelius), 3027 W. Madison st. Garfield 
2719 

Cornelius, Martin P. 1208 Michigan av. 
Calumet 320 

*Cornish, Frederick W. 710-40 N. Dear- 
born St. Cent. 2589. Aut. 43-670 

*Cornwell, Willett H. 1531 First Nat. 
Bk. Bldg. Ran. 3426 

Corporation Trust Company, 1021-112 
W. Adams st. Cent. 4608 

Corr, Frank J. 1915 Insurance Exchange 
Bldg. Wabash 3936 

Costello, Harvey H. (Dejmek & Cos- 
tello), 1301 Harris Trust Bldg. Cent. 
3502 

Costello, John W. 1450 Otis Bldg. Main 
662 

*Costigan, Jr. Geo. P. N. W. Law 
School, 3d floor, 31 W. Lake st. Ran. 
4377 

Cotell, Jay A. 205-35 S. Dearborn st. 
Cent. 3436 and 225 W. 65th st. Stew- 
art 2441 

*Cottrell, Wm. N. 1402 Title & Trust 
Bldg. Ran. 609 

Couch, Ira J. 6 The Rookery. Wabash 
2728 

*Conlter, John H. 1311-12 Marquette 
Bldg. Ran. 6098 

Courtney, John. Judge Municipal Court. 
Franklin 2684 

Cowan. Leonard L. (Cowan & Hollis), 
601 Otis Bldg. Franklin 3297 

Cowell, Walter Marshall, 4240 Evanston 
av. Lake View 4770 

*Cowen, Ijrael, 907 Tacoma Bldg. Main 
717. Aut. 32-881 

*Cox, Arthur M. (Judah, Willard, 
Wolf & Reichmann). 1501 Corn Ex- 
change Bk. Bldg. Franklin 205. Aut. 
54-656 

*Cox, Frank M. 375 Insurance Ex- 
change Bldg. Wabash 4047 

*Cox, Howard M. (Cheever & Cox), 
1133 Monadnock Blk. Har. 575 

*Cox. Walter J. 112 Cham. Commerce 
Bldg. Franklin 684. Aut. 32-553 



Coy, Reuben D. 611-25 N. Dearborn st. 

Ran. 2524 
Coiiier, Lewis C. 1800 City Hall Square 

Bldg. Ran. 7445 
*Crafts, Clayton E. (Crafts & Stevens), 

924-25 Stock Exchange Bldg. Main 

1675 
Crafts, Harry K. Law Dept. Armour & 

Co. U. S. Yds. Yards 4100 
*Cragg, George L. 1132 Monadnock Blk. 

Har. 279 
Crahen, James F. 1605 Title & Trust 

Bldg. Ran. 3499. Aut. 44-542 
Crahen, John Edmund, 729 Stock Exch. 

Bldg. Main 2584. Aut. 34-056 
*Craig, Bryan Y. Asst. Corp. Counsel. 

Main 447 
*Craig, L. H. 1506-7 Ft. Dearborn Bldg. 

Ran. 7352 
Cramer, Burrell J. 859 The Rookery. 

Wabash 1094. Aut. 51-402 
Crandall, Ralph G. 510 Portland Blk. 

Cent. 2607 
*Crane, Geo. J. (Gentzel & Crane), 1628 

Otis Bldg. Main 3357 
*Crane, Jos. V. 519-58 W. Washington 

St. Cent. 3936 
*Cratty, Josiah (Cratty Bros.), 1709 

City Hall Square Bldg. Cent. 1037 
Cratty, Thomas (Cratty Bros.), 1709 

City Hall Square Bldg. Cent. 1037 
*Craven, Alfred W. 1415 Marquette 

Bldg. Cent. 2822 
Crawford, Edwin C. 411 Roanoke Bldg. 

Cent. 5454. Aut. 34-226 
Creekmur, David W. 1407 Marquette 
- Bldg. Ran. 1601 
Creekmur, John W. 1407 Marquette 

Bldg. Ran. 1601. Aut. 61-131 
Cresap, E. B. 1400 First Nat. Bk. Bldg. 

Cent. 828 
*Cressy Morton S. Asst. U. S. District 

Atty. 826 Federal Bldg. Har. 4700 
*Crews, Ralph (Adams, Crews, Bobb & 

Wescott), 1100 American Trust Bldg. 

Cent. 618 
Crews, Seth F. 926 First Nat. Bk. Bldg. 

Cent. 5788 
Crissey, Oreb T. 1415 Ashland Blk. 

Cent. 2. Aut. 41-371 
*Croarkin, Francis E. 1617 Ashland Blk. 

Cent. 509 
Croarkin, James E. 3103 State st. Ran. 

4984 
Crocker, Hubert D. 610-167 W. Wash- 
ington St. Franklin 353, 354. Aut. 

31-430 
Cromer, Harry Irwin (Poole & Cromer), 

1302 Marquette Bldg. Ran. 3397 
Cronholm, N. N. 39-106 N. La Salle st. 

Franklin 3068 
Cronin, Thomas F. 814 Cham. Com- 
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Cross, Albert M. 1402 Ashland Blk. 

Cent. 4491. Aut. 41-368 
Cross. Stephen A. (Bell & Cross), 1008 

Title & Trust Bldg. Cent. 2579. Aut. 

41-451 
Crossland, George T. 401 E. Ohio st. 

North 4091 
*Crossley, Frederic B. N. W. Univ. 

Bldg, 3d fl. 31 W. Lake st. Ran. 4377 
*Crowe, Burt A. 952 Insurance Ex- 
change Bldg. Wabash 3759 
Crowe, Robert E. 524 National Life 

Bldg. Cent. 4108-9. Aut. 30-840 
Crowell, John H. 6307 Lexington av. 

Franklin 2289 
Crowley Fred J. 421-76 W. Monroe st. 

Ran. 300. Res. Normal 1893 
*CrowIey, Jerome J. Asst. County Atty. 

507 County Bldg. Franklin 3015; 

(Barry & Crowley), 919-20 N. Y. 

Life Bldg. Ran. 2632 
*Crozier, Frank. 1108 Fisher Bldg. Har. 

7748. Aut. 61-402 
Cruice, Daniel L. (Cruice & Langille), 

1231-38 Unity Bldg. Cent. 1799. Aut. 

42-843 
Cruikshank, Charles E. 35-106 N. La 

Salle St. Main 1275 
Crull. Norris E. 700 Com'l Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Ran. 400 
Crumbaugh, Fred, 302-55 S. Dearborn 

St. Cent. 3718 
Cruse, Marshall L. 623 S. Wabash av. 

Har. 6220 
Culkin, Joseph A. 7th floor Karpen 

Bldg. Wabash 1320 
Cullen. Edward W. 725-27 N. Clark st. 

Franklin 2240. Aut. 36-409 
Cullen, Frank C. 431 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Ran. 4676 
Cullen, Livingston J. 300 Borland Bldg. 

Ran. 434 
*Culver, Alvin H. (Culver. Andrews & 

King), 912, 916 N. Y. Life Bldg. Cent. 

668, 669 and 670. Aut. 32-001 
Culver, Frank H. 1209 Title & Trust 

Bldg. Ran. 477 
Culver, Harry N. (Culver, Byron & 

Culver), 828-31 Chi. Stock Exchange 

Bldg. Main 1913. Aut. 33-037 
*Culver, Morton T. (Culver. Byron & 

Culver), 828-31 Chi. Stock Exchange 

Bldg. Main 1913. Aut. 33-0.57 
Cummerow, G. F. R. 1528 Otis Bldg. 

Franklin 3098 
*Cummings, Edmund S. 819 N. Y. Life 

Bldg. Ran. 4906 
Cummings, Jr. John H. 1060 The Rook- 
ery. Wabash 1400. Aut. 51-380 
Cummings, L. F. 1367 Dearborn av. 

Dearborn 1475 



Cummings Scott, 808 The Temple. 
Franklin 1795 

*Cummins, James S. (Cummins, Stearns 
& Milkewitch), 421 Insurance Ex- 
change Bldg. Wabash 828 

*Cummins, Joseph (Dow & Cummins), 
1300-123 W. Madison st. Ran. 7410. 
Aut. 30-594 

Cunnea, William A. 718 Reaper Blk. 
Ran. 1122 and 468. Aut. 48-464 

Cunningham, Charles C. 600 Washing- 
ton blvd. Haymarket 4126 

Cunningham, Clayton (Durand & Cun- 
ningham), 804 Straus Bldg. Frank- 
lin 147 

^Cunningham, James V. 1108 Ashland 
Blk. Ran. 7260 

Cunningham, Wm. B. (Died Sept. 25, 
1912.) 

Cure, Michael F. 1010 Title & Trust 
Bldg. Ran. 1381. Aut. 44-525 

Curran. George A. 524-29 S. La Salle 
St. Cent. 4108. Aut. 30-840 

*Curran, John M. 1127 Association 
Bldg. Cent. 4643. Aut. 32-515 

*Currey. Arthur L. 814 Tacoma Bldg. 
Franklin 2171 

*Currier, Albert D. 615 Home Ins. 
Bldg. Cent. .5126 

Curtin, John, 506 Tacoma Bldg. Frank- 
lin 1015 

*Cushing, Roval B. 700-72 W. Adams 
St. Ran. 400 

*Custer, Jacob R. (Custer & Cameron), 
811 The Rookery. Wabash 1351. Aut. 
52-262 

Cutler, Henry E. Chicago Title & Trust 
Co. Cent. 4880 

*Cutting, Charles S. Judge Probate 
Court. Franklin 3015 

*Cutting, Robert M. 2635 Wabash av. 
Calumet 5311 



Dabelstein. Sophus, 725 Reaper Blk. 

Cent. 5091 
Dahlberg, Gotthard A. 1301 Cham. Com- 
merce Bldg. Main 3677 
Dale. John T. 1531 Unity Bldg. Cent. 

4410 
Dale. Paul N. 1709 Harris Trust Bldg. 

Ran. 7300 
*Dale, Samuel E. 47-54 W. Randolph 

St. Cent. 3307. Aut. 44-545 
Dalenberg, Claude J. 11100 Michigan av. 

W. Pullman 12 and 3756 
Daley, Thomas A. 1518 Ashland Blk. 

Cent. 245. Aut. 42-886 
Dall, J. M. Sec. Chicago Title & Trust 

Co. 69 W. Washington st. Cent. 4880 



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Daly. Charles L. 703-4 City Hall Square 
Bldg. Ran. 3725 

Daly. Hugh J. 527 E. 34th st. Douglas 
8956 

Daly Joseph D. 1107 Stock Exch. Bldg. 
Franklin 1178 

*Dammann, Jr. J. Francis, 1025 Insur- 
ance Exchange. Wabash 740 

*D'Ancona, Edward N. (D'Ancona & 
Pfiaum). 1038 to 1045 Stock Ex- 
change Bldg. Main 3470 

Dandridge. John B. 1208 Ashland Blk. 
Cent. 1057 

Danforth. Jerome J. Hinsdale, 111. 

Daniels. Charles, 947 Marquette Bldg. 
Ran. 2996. Aut. 61-837 

Daniels, F. B. 400 Pullman Bldg. Har. 
1523 

Daniels. Lee Earl, 703-4 City Hall 
Square Bldg. Ran. 3725 

Daniels. Raymond E. 602-20 W. Jack- 
son blvd. Har. 1393 

Daniels, Robert W. 1016 Ashland Blk. 
Cent. 4392 

Danisch, Frank P. Clerk Municipal 
Court, 814 Citv Hall. Ran. 2330 and 
909-10 City Hall Square Bldg. Ran. 
2330 

Dankowski, I. F. Asst. to the Probate 
Judge. 048 County Bldg. Franklin 
3015 Local 87 

Daragh. Edward J. Asst. Atty. Sanitary 
District. Wabash 1320, and 317 Roa- 
noke Bldg. Cent. 280. Aut. 34-094 

Darby, Raymond J. 1124 Commercial 
Nat. Bk. Bldg. Cent. 2811. Aut. 
67-736 

Darley, Reginald C. 83 W. Van Buren 
St. Wabash 540 

Darling, H. M. (Cummins, Stearns & 
Milkewitch), 421 Insurance Exchange. 
Wabash 828 

Darling. S. M. Regina, Saskatchewan, 
Canada 

*Darrow, Clarence S. (Darrow & Bai- 
ley), 1202 Ashland Blk. Cent. 925. 
Aut. 44-139 

Daskal, David H. 510 Ashland Blk. Ran. 
1306 

*Daugherty. Harry A. 1206 Merchants 
Loan & Trust Bldg. Ran. 2489 

Daughters, James E. Gone to Idaho. 

d'Autremont, Richard C. 1515 Harris 
Trust Bldg. Ran. 901 

Davenport. Homer L. 1437 Unity Bldg. 
Ran. 3737 

*David. Joseph B. (David & Zillman), 
16-18 Metropolitan Blk. Main 3225 

David. Sigmund W. 600 The Temple. 
Main 365. Aut. 51-449 

Davidson, T. Karl, 9.34 Chi. Stock Exc. 
Bldg. Franklin 900. Aut. 34-631 



*Davidson, John L. (Ullmann, Hoag & 

Davidson), 1305 Fisher Bldg. Har. 236 
Davies, Charles F. 1218 Hartford Bldg. 

Ran. 5131 
Davies. Edward E. 9140 Commercial av. 

So. Chgo. 285 
*Davies, Morgan L. 734 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Ran. 3081 
Davies, William B. 1508 Marquette 

Bldg. Cent. 6585 
*Davis, Abe), Vice President Chi. Title 

& Trust Co., 67 W. Washington st 

Cent. 4880. and (Stern, Anderson & 

Davis). 1034 First Nat. Bk. Bldg. 

Cent. 3538. Aut. 43-884 
Davis, Jr. Albert B. 600 W. Washing- 
ton St. Haymarket 4126 
Davis. Ben. Asst. U. S. Dist. Atty. 826 

Federal Bldg. Har. 4700 
*Davis, Brode B. 1011 The Rookery. 

Wabash 4136 
Davis, Coram T. 300 W. Adams st. 

Franklin 600 
Davis, Frank Parker (Rector, Hibben, 

Davis & Macauley), 1958 McCormick 

Bldg. Har. 821 
*Davis. Haskell C. (Hopkins, Peffers & 

Hopkins), 616 Corn Exchange Bk. 

Bldg. Main 3146, 2949 
Davis, Homer W. 1011 Railway Exc. 

Bldg. Har. 4910 
*Davis, James Ewing (Short, Davis & 

Rust), 1016 Ashland Blk. Cent. 4392 
Davis, James W. 903 Monadnock. Har. 

626. Aut. 64-346 
*Davis, J. Newton, 1335 Railway Exc. 

Har. 6162 
Davis. L. L. C. Title & Trust Co. Cent. 

4880 
*Davis. Percy B. (Davis & McWil- 

liams). 544 Commercial Nat. Bk. Bldg. 

Cent. 4423 
*Dawes. Chester M. C. B. & Q. Offices. 

1100-547 W. Jackson blvd. Wabash 

4400 
Dawley, Chas. P, 748 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Cent. 3567. Aut. 42-772 
*Dawson, Geo. E. 1445 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Cent. 2231 
Dawson. Homer C. 1601 Grand av. Mon- 
roe 5283 
Dawson, Thomas J. 1518 Ashland Blk. 

Cent. 245. Aut. 42-886 
*Day, Clyde L. (Church, Shepard & 

Day). 626 The Temple. Main 1531 
*Dav. Edward S. (Day & Guenther), 

1250 Otis Bldg. Franklin 3788 
Day, Francis C. 823 Reaper Blk. 
Dav, J. L. Asst. Secy. Chi. Title & Trust 

Co. Cent. 4880 
Day. Leo P. 527-139 W. Van Buren st. 

Wabash 4200 



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*Day, Stephen A. 928 New York Life 
Bldg. Ran. 3320 

Day, Verna R. 521 First Nat. Bk. Bldg. 
Ran. 1732 

Dean, Jr. Franklin A. 934 Tribune Bldg. 
Ran. 2929 

*Dean, Wm. D wight (Dean & Rick- 
cords), 1605-6 Title & Trust. Ran. 
3499. Aut. 44-542 

De Armond, W. W. 1822 Commercial 
Nat. Bk. Bldg. Cent. 348 and 3981 

De Boer, H. 10558 Wentworth av. W. 
Pullman 65 

De Busk, Wm. H. 1147 Monadnock Blk. 
Har. 146. Aut. 64-759 

Decker, Herbert, 1000 Rector Bldg. 
Ran. 5241. Aut. 63-387 

*Deering, Thomas G. (West & Eck- 
hardt), 1340 First Nat. Bk. 6%. 
Cent. 646. Aut. 41-174 

*Defrees, Donald,. 900-226 S. La Salle 
St. Wabash 2868 

*Defrees. Joseph H. (Defrees. Bucking- 
ham, Ritter & Eaton), 900-226 S. La 
Salle St. Wabash 2868 

*De Grazia, John, 307 Ashland Blk. 
Cent. 608. Aut. 47-406 

Dejmek, Ludwig R. (Dejmek & Cos- 
tello). 130] Harris Trust Bldg. Cent. 
3502 

*De Latour, Albert W. 1633-38 S. Dear- 
born St. Ran. 3141, Aut. 42-779 

*De Lav, Frank L. 1001 Unity Bldg. 
Cent. 4677. Aut. 42-759 

*Dellenback, William H. (Dellenback, 
Riese & Cody), 818 Reaper Blk. Cent. 
1690. Aut. 44-550 

*Delson, Louis J. 1307 Ft. Dearborn 
Bldg. Ran. 273 

Deming, Gail E. 604 Reaper Blk. Cent. 
1219. Aut. 43-364 

Deming, James S. (Deming & Jarrett), 
1508-9 Ashland Blk. Ran. 1550 

*Denison, Franklin A. 708-36 W. Ran- 
dolph St. Cent. 3142 

Denmark, Wm. B. 500-166 W. Washing- 
ton St. Main 1273. Aut. 33-229 

Denning, Clarence P. 1110 Fort Dear- 
born Bldg. Cent. 5528. Aut. 53-528 

Dennis, Albert E. 531-36 Unity Bldg. 
Cent. 1611. Aut. 41-611 

Dent, Louis L. (Sheriff, Dent, Dobyns 
& Freeman), 1060 The Rookery. 
Wabash 1400. Aut. 51-380 

*Dent, Thomas (Dent & Jackson), 610 
Portland Blk. Cent. 1274 

*De Stefano, Rocco, 1111 City Hall 
Square Bldg. Cent. 5949. Aut. 47-248. 
Res. West 4869 

Devaney, James M. 1200 Ashland Blk. 
Ran. 6779. Aut. 44-640 



Devenish, William H. 605 City Hall 

Square Bldg. Ran. 1105 
*Dever, Wm. E. Judge Superior Court. 

Franklin 3015 
Devere, James T. 167 N. Clark st. 

Ran. 2349. Aut. 47-322 
Devine, James P. with Clerk of Probate 

Court. Franklin 3015. Local 89 
Devine, John B, 501 City Hall. 
*Devine, John J. 320 Reaper Blk. Cent. 

1239. Aut. 41-918 
*Devine, Miles J. 320 Reaper Blk. Cent. 

1239. Aut. 41-918 
Devitt, Jas. B. 304 The Temple. Main 935 
Devlin, Daniel E. 523 Reaper Blk. Cent. 

6952 and 6954. Aut. 41-927 
Dewees, R. Adelbert, 1603 Ashland Blk. 

Cent. 2848. Aut. 44-265 
DeWolfe, Donald J. 701 Cham. Com- 
merce Bldg. Main 1308. Aut. 34-54.? 
DeWolfe, John C. 701 Cham. Com- 
merce Bldg. Main 1308. Aut. 34-543 
De Young, Frederic R. 828-37 Unity 

Bldg. Ran. 4127 
Diamond, Harry C. 810 Tacoma Bldg. 

Franklin 3463 
♦Diamond, Jacob, 810 Tacoma Bldg. 

Franklin 3463 
*Dick, Homer T. 7th floor McCormick 

Bldg. Har. 5115 
*Dicker, Edward A. 1315 Marquette 

Bldg. Ran. 4211 
Dickerman, William T. 1113 Ashland 

Blk. Ran. 3139 
Dickerson. James Dwiglit, 1007 Tacoma 

Bldg. Main 2288 
Dickey, Frank H. 31-128 N. La Salle st. 

Main 1100. Aut. 32-305 
♦Dickinson, Francis R. 2d fl. Otis Bldg. 

Franklin 2042 
♦Dickinson, Frederick, Asst. U. S. Dis- 
trict Atty. 826 Federal Bldg. Har. 

4700, and 1310-123 W. Madison st.. 

Ran. 4054 
Dickinson, Frederick B. 909 Ashland 

Blk. Cent. 6211. Aut. 41-367 
♦Dickinson, Henry F. 1511 First Nat. 

Bk. Bldg. Cent. 5446. Aut. 47-107 
♦Dickinson, J. R. 1335 Railway Ex- 
change Bldg. Har. 6162 
Dickinson. Lewis Edward, 38-112 N. 

La Salle st. Franklin 1781. Aut. 

32-013 
Dickinson, Wm. F. 1025 La Salle st. 

Station. Wabash 3210 
♦Dickinson, Wm. R. (Wilson. Moore & 

Mcllvaine), 1605 Marquette Bldg. 

Cent. 406 
Dickson, George E. 1443 Insurance Ex- 
change Bldg. Wabash 1854 
Dicus, ^. G. 614-118 N. La Salle st. 

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■•=Dierssen, George E. 1501-6 Ashland 

Blk. Cent. 1228. Aut. 42-135 
Dieterich, W. H. Beardstown, 111. 
Dikeman. H. W. 1007 Ashland Blk. 

Cent. 3500 
Dillard, F. C. Gen'l Counsel C. R. I. & 
P. R. R. 1025 La Salle St. Station. 
Wabash 3210 
Dillenbeck, Ralph, New York City, 

N. Y. 
*Dil]on, William, Asst. Corporation 
Counsel, Main 447; (O'Donnell. Dil- 
lon & Toolen), 1218-19 Ashland Blk. 
Ran. 8474-3475. Aut. 41-435 
Dillon, William H. (Dillon & O'Toole), 
1218 Ashland Blk. Ran. 3474. Aut. 
41-435 
Dillon, William T. 316 Ashland Blk. 

Ran. 646. Res. Graceland 6627 
Dinkelman, H. A. 1301 Ashland Blk. 

Cent. 5451. Aut. 41-367 
Ditchburne, Harry S. 904-212 W. Wash- 
ington St. Franklin 741 
*Dittus, Jacob E. 1522-25 Harris Trust 

Bldg. Ran. 5075 and 5076 
Diven, Thos. J. 1414-180 N. Dearborn st. 
Divine, Fred L. 3203 Franklin blvd. 

Kedzie 6850 
Dixon. Arthur W. 1628 Unity Bldg. 

Cent. 1295. Ran. 738. Aut. 42-023 
Dixon, Geo. W. 425 S. Fifth av. Wa- 
bash 2844 
*Dixon, Simeon W. 1104 Karpen Bldg. 
and 437 Belmont av. Graceland 1731 
Dixon. Willard J. 1620 Corn Exchange 

Bk. Bldg. Main 1995 
*Dixon, Wm. W. (Calhoun, Lvford & 
Sheean), 940 The Rookery. Wabash 
3814. Aut. 52-142, 52-143 
*Dobyns, Fletcher (Sheriff, Dent, Dob- 
vns & Freeman), 1060 The Rookery. 
Wabash 1400. Aut. 51-380 
Dodge, Jr. James S. 630 Marquette 

Bldg. Ran. 1764 
Dodge. Paul H. Standard T. & S. Bk. 

29 S. La Salle st. Ran. 325.? 
Dodson, Harf-y Lea, 919-20 The Temple. 

Main 1593. Aut. 51-538 
Doggett, William, 13 111. Trust & S. Bk. 

Bldg. Wabash 4060 
Doherty, W. M. 518 Home Ins. Bldg. 

Ran. 187 
*Dolan, Harry P. Judge Municipal 

Court. Franklin 2684 
Dolan, J. H. 429-29 W. Monroe st. Cent. 

56 
*Dolan, Michael D. 1439 Unity Bldg. 

Cent. 3441. Aut. 44-412 
Dole, William J. (Stevens, Lev^ris 
Cherry & Dole), 1004 Chgo. Opera 
House. Franklin 1313. Aut. 31-437 



*Dolph, Fred A. 1606 Tribune Bldg 

Ran. 1853. Aut. 44-144 
Donahoe, Daniel (Donahoe & Hart- 
nett), 1606 Ashland Blk. Cent. 2590 
*Donahoe, James, 1602 Ashland Blk. 

Cent 2590 
Donahoe, John T. 801-25 N. Dearborn 

St. Ran. 3326. Aut. 44-089 
Donigan, C. Marcellus, Galveston, 

Texas 
Donlevy, Arthur C. 637 Insurance Ex- 
change Bldg. Wabash 4588. Aut. 
580-369 
Donlin, William J. 1207-69 W. Wash- 
ington St. Cent. 2015 
Donly, Frank E. 1022 Court House. 

Main 4480 
Donnelly, Geo. A. (Rankin, Howard & 
Donnelly), 606-118 N. La Salle st. 
Main 3037 
Donnelly, J*ames A. 207 Roanoke Bldg. 

Cent. 1773 
Donoghue, Arthur (Malato, Bauer & 
Donoghue), 616 Ashland Blk. Cent. 
679 
Donoghue, Francis E. 1031-36 Unity 

Bldg. Cent. 5312 
Donohue, Dennis S. 723-108 S. La Salle 

St. Main 2466 
Donovan, Andrew, 27 Metropolitan Blk. 

Franklin 2310. Aut. 31-048 
*Donovan, Arthur J. 1639 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Cent. 2160 
Donovan, Clarence V. 317 Roanoke 

Bldg Cent. 280. Aut. 34-094 
Donovan, Richard W. 610-167 W. 
Washington st. Franklin 353, 354. 
Aut. 31-430 
*Donovan, Rupert D. 1400 First Nat. 

Bk. Bldg. Cent. 828 
Dooley, James A 1613 Peoples Gas 

Bldg. Ran. 4567 
Dooley, Tames C. Asst. State's Atty. 
Cent. 4870, and 1 Haymarket Theater 
Bldg. 716 W. Madison st. Monroe 
409. Res. Kedzie 7544 
Dooley, Richard E (Caswell & Healy), 
1809 City Hall Square Bldg. Cent. 
2098. Aut. 43-576 
Dorland, Walter E. 534 Otis Bldg. 

Main 4808 
Dornblaser, John S. 1605 Ashland Blk. 

Cent. 3508 
Dorothy, William, 1510 Title & Trust 

Bldg. Cent 1863. Aut. 42-335 
Dorr. Louis B. 625 Home Ins. Bldg. 

Ran. 2827 
Dotv, C. M. 2201 Osgood st. Lincoln 

7410 
Doubt, David, 2128 Ogden av. 
Doucrlas, R. S. 906 Peoples Gas Bldg. 
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Douglass, Frank F. 1353 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Cent. 1361 
^Douglass, Geo. L. 806 The Temple. 

Main 4418. Aut. 57-454 
Douthart, S. P. 1511 City Hall Square 

Bldg. Ran. 6752 
*Dow, Harry A. Asst. Secretary Harris 

Trust & Savings Bk. Ran 94 
*Dow, Lorenzo E. (Dow & Cummins), 

1300-123 W. Madison st. Ran. 7410. 

Aut. 30-594 
Dow, Thos. F. 317 Roanoke Bldg. Cent. 

280. Aut. 34-094 
Downev, John J. 302-25 N. Dearborn 

St. Cent. 5198 
Doyle, Ignatius P 1837-175 W. Jackson 

blvd. 
*Doyle Leo J. Master in Chancerv Su- 
perior Court, 534 First Nat. Bk.'Bldg. 

Ran. 4701, 4702. Aut 41-587 
*Doyle, Wm. A. Master in Gjiancery 

Circuit Court, 1207 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Cent. 810. Aut. 44-051 
Doyle, Wm J. 516 National Life Bldg. 

Ran. 5713. Aut. 30-288 
Drake, Marion H. 1301 Ashland Blk. 

Cent. 5451. Aut. 41-367 
*Dray, Gail, 1232 Marquette Bldg. Cent. 

777 Ran. 3041 
Dreiske, Geo. J. 609 Title & Trust Bldg. 

Cent. 5478. Aut. 43-078 
Dreffein. Robert B. 412 Home Ins. Bldg. 

Ran. 7434 Aut. 51-298 
*Drennap, John G. 135 Park Row. Wa- 
bash 2200 
Dresser, Jasper M. 1812 Commercial 

Nat'l Bk. Bldg. Cent. 4772 
Drezmal. Max A. 301-1225 N. Ashland 

av. Monroe 6278 
Drezner. Morris J. 1101 Otis Bldg. 

Franklin 3572 
Driscoll. John, with Merchants' Loan & 

T. Co. Ran. 2119 
Drouillard, J. W. (Died Aug. 14, 1912.) 
Drury, Frank H. 1610 Ft Dearborn 

Bldg. Ran. 45 
Dudley, J. Sherman, 1510 Ashland Blk. 

Cent. 1093 
Duerlein. Edgar N. 2166 Ogden av. 

West 2388 
Duffy. John M. 1518 Otis Bldg. Frank- 
lin 3510 and 3511 Aut. 34-525 
Dulsky, Louis (Dulsky & Dulsky). 404 

National Life Bldg. Ran. 2455. Cent. 

2923 
Dulsky, Samuel (Dulsky & Dulsky). 404 

National Life Bldg. Ran. 2455. Cent. 

2923 
Dummer, Chas. Henry, 574 Rookery. 

Wabash 3500 
Dummer, Wm. F. 574 Rookery. Wabash 

8500 



Dunbar, David Owen, 5 111. Trust & 

Sav Bk. Bldg. Wabash 4060 
Dunbaugh, H. J. 1700-72 W. Adams st. 

Ran. 425 
Duncan, Warren W. Judge C Branch 

Appellate Court: Ran. 3641 
*Duncombe, Herbert S. (Duncombe & 

Behan), 1352 Otis Bldg. Main 1134 
Dunlap, B. A. 74 Metropolitan Blk. 

Frankhn 325. Aut. 32-992 
Dunlap, Robt. 1011 Railway Exchange. 

Har. 4910 
Dunn, James H. 1018 Hartford Bldg. 

Cent. 2484 
*Dunn, Robert W. 712 Otis Bldg 

Franklin 3240 and 3241 
Dunn, Samuel O. 608 S. Dearborn st. 

Har. 27 
*Dunne, Edward F. Governor of State 

of Illinois, Springfield, 111. 
*Dunne. Jr. Edward F. Master in Chan- 
cery Superior Court (Dunne & Mur- 
phy), 1103-4 City Hall Square Bldg. 

Cent 4296. Aut. 44-008 
*Dunne, J. Paul. 710 Title & Trust 

Bldg. Cent. 592. Aut. 43-093 
*Dunne, Michael J. 1618 Ashland Blk. 

Cent. 966 
Dunne, Peter J. 5342 Calumet av. 

Drexel 145 and 4604 
*Dunning, A. B. 1309 Ashland Blk. 

Cent. 852 
Dunshee, Esther A. 621 New York Life 

Bldg. Ran. 1976. Aut. 33-632 
*Dupee, Eugene H. Asst. Corp. Counsel. 

Main 447 
Dupee, Geo W. 484 Monadnock Bldg. 

Har. 2946 
*Dnpuv, Geo. A. Spl. Atty. 111. Cent. R. 

R. Wabash 2200 
*Durand, Arthur F. 1314-16 Fisher 

Bldg Har. 2062 
Durand, Clarence N. (Durand & Cun- 

ninsrham), 804 Straus Bldg. Frank- 
lin 147 
Durand, Henry Z. 1209 Ft. Dearborn 

Bldg. Ran. 1101. Aut. 54-669 
Durfee, Irving W. 841 First Nat. Bk 

Bldg. Ran. 6046 
Durham, Theron, 1408 Hartford Bldg. 

Cent. 2069 
Duval, William H. Asst. State's Atty. 

Cent. 4870 
Duzeski, Paul E. 988 W. Chicago av. 

Mon. 2446 
Dvorak, Henry, 17 Metropolitan Blk. 

Main 264. Aut. 31-229 
Dyche, Frank B. 1127 Association Bldg. 

Ran. 730. Aut. 32-515 
Dyer, Charles R. (Moran & Dyer), 414 

Hammond Bldg. Hammond, Ind. TeL 

556 



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Dyer, I.. B. 1917 N. Lawndale av. Bel- 
mont 2809 

*Dvnes, O. W. 1335 Railway Exchange 
Bldg. Har. 6162 

Dyniewic^. Matthew J. 1202 Ashland 
Blk. Cent. 925. Aut. 44-139 

♦Dyrenforth. Arthur. 914 Marquette 
Bldg. Cent. 819. Aut. 61-784 

Dvrenforth, Julius W. (Dyrenforth, Lee, 
Chritton & Wiles), 1508 Marquette 
Bldg. Cent. 6585 

♦Dyrenforth, Philip C. (Dyrenforth, Lee, 
Chritton & Wiles), 1508 Marquette 
Bldg. Cent. 6585 

Dvrenforth, William H. (Dyrenforth, 
Lee. Chritton & Wiles), 1508 Mar- 
quette Bldg. Cent. 6585 



Eakin. Edgar O. (Clements & Eakin) 

1531 Unity Bldg. Cent. 1424, 4410 

Aut. 92-942 
*Eames. Joseph P. (McGilvray, Eames 

& Maclean), 1010 Title & Trust Bldg 

Cent. 2598. Aut. 44-525 , 
Earle, George, 1016 Westminster Bldg 

Ran. 2682 
Early, John, 1522, First Nat. Bk. Bldg 

Cent. 2150. Aut. 43-629 
Early, Joseph P. 11 N. La Salle st 

Franklin 745. Aut. 31-145. 
Eastburn, A. W. V. 3 The Rookery 

Wabash 2616 
Easter, Adolph H. 1101 Unity Bldg. 

Cent. 2958. Aut. 42-286 
♦Eastman, Albert N. (Eastman & 

White), 900 The Temple. Main 3815 

Aut. 51-107 
Eastman, Charles J. 510-305 S. La Salle 

St. 

♦Eastman, Sidney C. Re-feree in Bank- 
ruptcy, 901-9 Monadnock Blk. Har. 

626. Aut. 64-346 
♦Eaton, Charles Schribner, 607 Portland 

Blk. Ran. 280, 281. Aut. 44-098 
♦Eaton, Lewis S. ('.A.nderson & Eaton), 

1056 First Nat. Bk. Bldg. Ran. 1223 
♦Eaton. Marquis (Dcfrees, Buckingham, 

Rittcr & Eaton), 9th floor, 226 S. La 

Salle St. Wabash 2868 
Eberhardt, Alfar M. 1522 Tribune Bldg. 

Cent. 5116. Aut. 42-052 
Eberhardt, Max. (Died June 15. 1912.) 
Eberle, Robert H. 407-19 S. La Salle st. 

Cent. 6564. Aut. 33-069 
Eckels. George M. 1727 Commercial 

Nat. Bk. Bldg. Cent. 4515 
♦Eckert. Walter H. 710 Otis Bldg. 

Franklin 1964 



Eckhardt, Henry, City Pros. Atty. Main 

447, and 1411 Ashland Blk. Cent. 45. 

Aut. 41-607 
♦Eckhart, Percy B. (West & Eckhart), 

1340 First Nat. Bk. Bldg. Cent. 646. 

Aut. 41-174 
♦Eddy, Alfred D. Gen'l Counsel Stand- 
ard Oil Co., 934-72 Adams st. Cent. 

3304 
♦Eddy, Arthur J. (Eddy, Wetten & 

Pegler). 800 The Temple. Main 4466. 

Aut. 51-959 
♦Eddy, Morton H. 934 Commercial Nat. 

Bank Bldg. Cent. 3304 
Ede, Elphick R. (Died Jan. 12, 1918.) 
♦Edelman, Leon, 510 Ashland Blk. 

Ran. 1306 
Edelson, Joseph H. (Edelson, Peterson 

& Rosenberg), 1431-36 Unity Bldg. 

Ran. 4189 
Edelson, Robert, 702 Reaper Blk. Cent. 

4996 
Edgar, Maxwell, 518 Ashland Blk. Cent. 

1458 
E!dgar, Wm. C. 151 N. 53 av. 
Edgerton, Alice C. 613 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Ran. 5112 
♦Edgerton, Seymour (Bates, Harding, 

Edgerton & Bates), 803 N. Y. Life 

Bldg. Cent. 1158. Aut. 34-248 
Egan, James W. 417 S. Dearborn st. 

Har. 5509 
♦Eheim, August W. (Bradley, Harper 

& Eheim), 1404 Association Bldg. 

Cent. 6520, 6521, 6522 
♦Ehle, Louis C. 1200-76 W. Monroe st. 

Cent. 6002 
Ehler, Theodore F. 712 W. 63d st. 

Wentworth 23 
Ehrlich, Arnold M. 57 Borden Blk. 

Ran. 4219 
Ehrlich. Benjamin H. 4.70 First Nat. 

Bk. Bldg. Cent. 248. Aut. 42-794 
Eichberg, David, 510-35 S. Dearborn st. 

Cent. 2166. Aut. 42-494 
♦Einstein. David G. 1111 Ashland Blk. 

Cent. 496 and 497. Aut. 41-432 
Eisendrath, David S. 707, 708 Westmin- 
ster Bldg. Ran. 4876 
Ela, Grover, March & Eckert, 1331 

Unity Bldg. Cent. 4199. Aut. 43-667 
♦Elder, Charles B. 702 Rector Bldg. 

Ran. 6169 
Elder, Edgar 540 National Life Bldg. 

Ran. 7329. Aut. 32-320 
Elder, Robert D. 1014 Association Bldg. 

Cent. 582. Ran. 5246 
Eldridge, Clarence E. 709 Harris Trust 

Bldg. Cent. 805 
♦Elev, Ning, 1040 Otis Bldg. Franklin 

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Ellert, Peter J. 537 County Bldg. Frank- 
lin 3015 
Elley, J. R. Philadelphia, Pa. 
Ellingson, Girard A. 1010 Home Ins. 

Bldg. Ran. 2510 
Elliott, Francke C. 1016 Cham. Com- 
merce Bldg. Main 1264 
Elliott, Frederick W. 15U8 Title & Trust 

Bldg. Cent. 1976 
Elliott, Horace J. 200 Westminster 

Bldg. Ran. 4844 
Elliott, Jno. G. 1429 Monadnock Blk. 

Har. 259. Aut. 61-047 
*Elliott, J. Ketner, 175 N. State st. 

Ran. 7340 
Elliott. Lorenzo B. 3412 W. Adams st. 

Kedzie 44 
Elliott, Robert L. 320 Home Ins. Bldg. 

Ran. 1280 
*Elliott, Wm. Sanders 606 S. Michigan 

av. Har. 6200 
Ellis, Fred C. 36 Metropolitan Blk. 

Main 3837. Aut. 31-585 
Ellis, George W. 3000 S. State st. Doug- 
las 8058. Aut. 75-223 
Ellis. H. Carl, 36 Metropolitan Blk. 

Main 3837. Aut. 31-585 
*Ellis. John W. Master in Chancery 

Circuit Court (Ellis & Lewis). 1107-8 

Title & Trust Bldg. Ran. 872. Aut. 

41-453 
Elmer, Walter D. (Elmer, Cohen & Be- 

lasco), 611 City Hall Square Bldg. 

Cent. 3403. Aut. 43-497 
*Elsdon, James G. (Carnahan, Elsdon 

& Slusser), 1200-4 Westminster Bldg. 

Cent. 1091 
*Elting, Victor. 706 The Rookery. Wa- 
bash 1503. Aut. 51-410 
Elvert, Martha 437-44 Stock Exchange 

Bldg. Main 8618 and 3619. Aut. 

31-7.39 
Emmicke. Geo. 45-112 N. La Salle st. 

Main 2079. Aut. 32-511. And Asst. 

City Pros. Attv. Main 447 
Emrich. Myer S. Asst. City Atty. 602 

City Hall. Main 447 
*England, Edward L. 1450 Otis Bldg. 

Main 662 
*Engle, Walter J. with Continental & 

Commercial Trust & Sav. Bk. Ran. 

4606 
*English, Lee F. 1011 Railway Exchange 

Bldg. Har. 4910 
^English, William, 304 The Temple. 

Main 935 
Engwall, Tohn H. 412-202 S. Clark st. 

Har. 819 
*Ennis. James I. Master in Chancery 

Superior Court, 1334-40 Stock Ex- 
change Bldg. Main 4341 



Enoch, Albert B. 1025 La Salle st. Sta- 
tion. Wabash 3210 
*Eppstein, Aaron R. 1314 Ashland Blk. 

Ran. 5120. Aut. 43-842 
Epstein, Benjamin (Epstein & Marx), 

707-9 Rector Bldg. Ran. 5626, 5627 
Epstein, Joseph (died Oct. 30, 1912). 
Erb, J. 816 Ashland Blk. Cent. 6807. 

Aut. 44-421 
Erbstein. Chas. E. (Erbstein & Van 

Bever), 426-37 First Nat. Bk. Bldg. 

Cent. 248, 249. Aut. 42-794 
Erbstein, Saul C. 430 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Cent. 248. Aut. 42-794 
*Erickson. Alfred O. 828 Reaper Blk. 

Ran. 3250 
Erickson, Cecil C. 1409 City Hall Square 

Bldg. Ran. 7400 
Erickson, John E. 601 Otis Bldg. Frank- 
lin 3296 
Erickson, J. Seaverns, 1025 La Salle St. 

Station. Wabash -3210 
Erie, Charles E. 6-77 W. Washington st. 
Erland, Henry H. with The Wm. D. 

Gibson Co. North 2228 
Ernst, Geo. J. 5226 So. Fifth av. 
Errant, Joseph W. Rialto, Call. 
Erskine, Robert N. 1037-9 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Cent. 3873. Aut. 43-247 
Erwin. Louis B. (Rector, Hibben, Davis 

& Macauley), 1958 McCormick Bldg. 

Har. 821 
*Espey, Chas. W. (Espey & Moffett), 

605-19 S. La Salle st. Cent. 7026 
Essington, T. G. Streator, 111. 
Ettelson, D. L. 502 Nat. Life Bldg. Cent. 

5665 
*Ettelson. Samuel A. (Schuvler, Ettel- 
son & Weinfeld), 1217-20 New York 

Life Bldff. Cent. 1407. Aut. 32-184 
Evans, Daniel, 1007 Ft. Dearborn Bldg. 

Ran. 1.350 
Evans, Eliot H. Asst. State's Atty. Cent. 

4870 
*Evans, John T. 534 First Nat. Bk. Bldg. 

Ran. 4701. Aut. 41-587 
*Evans, Lynden 1007 Ft. Dearborn Bldg. 

Ran. 1.350. Aut. 54-447 
*Evans, Peter L. (Cheney & Evans). 

804-19 S. La Salle st. Cent. 5848 and 

1733. Aut. 36-576 
Evans, Thomas, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Evarts, Edward S. (Munday, Evarts, 

Adcock & Clarke), 907 Marquette 

Bldg. Cent. 1556 
*Everett, Coleman S. 3908 Cottage Grove 

av. Douglas 3041 
*Everett, Edward W. (Winston, Pavne. 

Strawn & Shaw), 1400 First Nat. 'Bk. 

Bldg. Cent. 828 
*Everett, John C. (Everett & McGoni- 

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Everett, Thomas, 805 Unity Bldg. Cent. 

1610 
Ewell, Marshall D. 619 Ashland Blk. 

Cent. 2225. Aut. 48-321 
*Ewen. Jr. Wm. R. T. (Brown & 

Ewen), 804 Tacoma Bldg. Main 3845 

and 3846 
*E\verts, Peter, 1201-6 Title & Trust 

Bldg. Ran. 440. Aut. 42-418 
Ewing. Adlai T. 409-13 Stock Exchange 

Bldg. Main 4733. Aut. 31-830 
Exselsen. C. L. V. 1708 Majestic Bldg. 

Cent. 6533 
Exter. Edward J. 36 E. Adams st. Har. 

4050 
Eyer, Clarendon B. (Smoot & Eyer), 

1501-4 Ashland Blk. Cent. 1228. Aut. 

42-135 



Fabry, Wm. H. Zion City, 111. Tel. 72 

Fadner, Fred J. 1009 Hartford Bldg. 
Cent. 4624 

Faherty, Roger B. Chi. Title & Trust 
Co. Cent. 4880 

Fahy, Jos. R. Asst. State's Atty. Cent. 
4870, and 36 W. Randolph st. Ran. 
993 

*Fairbank, Freeman L. (Northup, Ar- 
nold & Fairbank), 1905-6 City Hall 
Square Bldg. Ran. 2063 

♦Fairbank, Kellogg (Keogh & Fair- 
bank), 1004 Merchants' L. & Trust 
Bldg. Cent. 1217 

*Fairfield, Frank M. 602 N. Y. Life 
Bldg. Cent. 5003 

Fairweather, George O. 1204 Corn Ex- 
change Bk. Bldg. Franklin 214. Aut. 
52-374 

*Fake, Fred L. Judge Municipal Court. 
Franklin 2684 

*FaIes, David, 1301 Title & Trust Bldg. 
Cent. 415 

Fales. James T. 301 Harris Trust Bldg. 
Ran. 4776 

♦Falk, Lester L. 1620 Corn Exchange 
Bk. Bldg. Main 1995 

Falk, Samuel B. 1303-19 S. La Salle st. 
Ran. 2898 

Falvey, John J. 604-166 W. Washington 
St. Franklin 2060 

*Farber, Max J. 725-7 First Nat. Bk. 
Bldg. Ran. 4941, 4942. Aut. 43-570 

Fardy, James F. (Fardy & Grififin), 1005 
Unity Bldg. Ran. 3203 

Farmer, Walter M. 708-184 W. Wash- 
ington St. Main 4153. Aut. 33-736 

I'arrell, John D. 1123 Stock Exchange 
Bldg. Franklin 1825 

*Farson, Chas. T. 1034 First Nat. Bk. 
Bldg. Cent. 3538 



*Farwell, John C. 1012 Ft. Dearborn 

Bldg. Cent. 1900. Aut. 58-201 
Fasmer, Harry B. 1230 Tribune Bldg. 

Cent. 1825 
*Fassett, Eugene G. 414 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Ran. 3853 
^Faulkner. Chas. J. Jr. Armour & Co. 

137 S. La Salle st. Cent. 4804 and 

Yards 4100 
Faust, George R. 905 First Nat. Bk. 

Cent. 732. Aut. 41-115 
Fay. John Leo, 1312 Cham. Commerce 

Bldg. Main 1477 
*Fearing, Henry L. (Pringle & Fear- 
ing), 807-112 W. Adams st. Cent. 

1711. Aut. 53-924 
Fegtly, Sam'l M. Black Mountain, 

N. C. 
Fehrman, Henry J. (Fehrman & Fehr- 

man), 615 City Hall Square Bldg. 

Cent. 1569 
Fehrman, Ira B. (Fehrman & Fehr- 
man), 615 City Hall Square Bldg. 

Cent. 1569 
Feinberg, Michael, 1020 Adams Express 

Bldg. Cent. 2538 
*Feindt, Jr. Wm. H. 650 Otis Bldg. 

Franklin 3928 
Feldman, Rueben J. 609 City Hall 

Square Bldg. Ran. 3159 
Feldman, William, 1628-37 Unity Bldg. 

Cent. 1295. Ran. 738 
Felger, Harry H. 62-106 N. La Salle st. 

Main 1042. Aut. 30-499 
*Fell, Timothy J. 701 Cham. Commerce 

Bldg. ^lain 1308. Aut. 34-543 
Fellingham, R. J. 373 Insurance Ex- 
change Bldg. Wabash 4047 
Fellows, John W. with Chicago Law 

Inst., 1025 County Bldg. Main 4301 
*Felsenthal. Edward George (Felsenthal 

& Beckwith), 810 Title & Trust Bldg. 

Cent. 711 and 712. Aut. 41-141 
*Felsenthal, Eli B. (Felsenthal & Beck- 
with), 810 Chicago Title & Trust Bldg. 

Cent. 711 and 712. Aut. 41-141 
Fenn, George H. 1002-19 S. La Salle st. 

Ran. 4861. Aut. 31-220 
*Fergus, Robert C. 1058 National Life 

Bldg. Cent. 3834 
*Ferguson, Elbert C. (Ferguson & 

Goodnow), 1450 Otis Bldg. Main 662 
Ferguson, Isaac E. Powell, Wyo. 
Ferguson, J. D. 400 Pullman Bldg. Har. 

1523 
Ferguson, Thomas H. 1315 Marquette 

Bldg. Ran. 4211 
Fernald, G. S. 400 Pullman Bldg. Har. 

1523 
Ferncase, Henry G. 1600 Am. Trust 

Bldg. Cent. 2780 



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Ferrel, Harrison H. 1515 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Cent. 3604 
Ferrin, Claude A. 1016 Westminster 

Bldg. Ran. 3279-2682 
Ferrio, E. 410 Cham. Commerce Bldg. 

Franklin 3639. Aut. 33760 
*Ferry, Watson J. 1541 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Ran. 1743 
Ferstel, William G. 4113 N. Hermitage 

av. Wellington 9729 
Fetting, Otto, 501-4 Unity Bldg. Ran. 

3503. Aut. 48-317 
*Fetzer, William R. (Biggs. Carr & 

Fetzer), 805 Title & Trust Bldg. 

Ran. 394 
Fidler, George E. 1033 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Ran. 662 
Field, Elisha C. 1422 Transportation 

Bldg. Har. 3309 
Field. H. H. 1335 Ry. Ex. Bldg. Har. 

6162 
*Fifer, Ernest R. (Jennings & Fifer), 

1504 City Hall Square Bldg. Ran. 

1722. Aut. 47-148 
Files, Norton M. 1025 County Bldg. 

Main 4301 
Finder, H. J. 409-117 N. Dearborn st. 

Ran. 5493 
Fine, M. Laurence 815 City Hall Square 

Bldg. Ran. 6565 
Finerty, Jr. John F. St. Paul, Minn. 
Fink, Arthur H. 1120 Otis Bldg. Frank- 
lin 3726 
*Fink, Geo. E. with State Bk. 203 

Cham. Commerce. Franklin 684 
Finkelstein. Otto G. 720 W. 12th st. 

Monroe 5346 
Finn. Nicholas R. 818 Reaper Blk. Ran. 

3528. Aut. 44-550 
Finn. Richard J. 617 Ashland Blk. Ran. 

5160 and 5161. Aut. 44-123 
Finn, Thomas J. Asst. State's Atty. 

Criminal Court Bldg. Cent. 4870 
Firebaugh. Chester, 1518-20 Harris Trust 

Bldg. Ran. 4915. Aut. 53-501 
*Fischel, Frederic A. 1220 Ft. Dearborn 

Bldg. Cent. 220 
Fischer. Alfred W. 6827 W. Lakewood 

av. Rogers Park 5017 
*Fischer, Edgar B. (Fischer & Fischer), 

601-118 N. La Salle st. Main 1097 
*Fischer, Gustave F. (Rubens, Fischer 

& Mosser), 1418 Westminster Bldg. 

Ran. 4234 and 4235 
*Fischer, Jr. H. A. 900-226 S. La Salle 

St. Wabash 2868 
Fischer, Nicholas V. 1329 Chi. Stock 

Exchange Bldg. Main 1257 
Fischer, Paul B. 900-226 S. La Salle st. 

Wabash 2868 
Fischer, Richard, 1038-45 Chi. Stock 

Exchange Bldg. Main 3470 



Fischer, Russell P. 1033 First Nat. Bk. 
Bldg. Ran. 662 

Fischer, Wm. H. (Fischer & Fischer), 
601-118 N. La Salle st. Main 1097 

Fish. William H. (Swanson & Fish), 
407 Ashland Blk. Cent. 376. Aut. 41-448 

Fish, Williston, 600 Borland Bldg. Ran. 
1480 

Fishell. Daniel W. (Sonnenschein, Berk- 
son & Fishell), 934-39 Stock Exchange 
Bldg. Franklin 900. Aut. 34-631 

Fisher, Arthur K. 2417 W. Madison st. 
West 1231 

Fisher, Clyde C. 40 E. Kinzie st. Cent. 
6114 

*Fisher, Edward A. 1414 Ft. Dearborn 
Bldg. Cent. 6646. Ran. 4030. Aut. 
58-301 

Fisher, George F. 1913 Harris Trust 
Bldg. Cent. 6731 

*Fisher, George P. (Peirce. Fisher & 
Clapp), 1431 Marquette Bldg. Cent. 
1648. Aut. 62-207 

*Fisher, Harry M. Judge Municipal 
Court. Franklin 2684 

*Fisher, Robt. E. Swift & Co. Yards 
4200 

*Fisher, Walter L. (Matz, Fisher & 
Boyden),510 Portland Blk. Cent. 2707 

Fisher. W. Merle, 1100-76 W. Monroe 
St. Cent. 618 

Fitch, Charles A. 315-179 W. Washing- 
ton St. Main 1347. Aut. 34-151 

Fitch, Edward C. 523 Reaper Blk. Cent. 
6952 and 6954. Aut. 41-927 

Fitch, Joel C. (Stead, Lincoln & Fitch). 
924-938 Otis Bldg. Franklin 376 and 
377 

Fitch, Joseph E. (Benson & Fitch), 
1334 Stock Exchange Bldg. Main 
4341-2 

*Fitch, Joseph H. Judge D. Branch Ap- 
pellate Court. Ran. 5540 

Fitts, Charles Freeman, 523 Railway Ex- 
change. Har. 2020 

Fitzgerald, Charles F. 419-9 S. La Salle 
St. Ran. 987 

Fitzgerald, John T. Chi. Title & Trust 
Co. Cent. 4880 

Fitzpatrick, Thomas A. (Hassell & 
Fitzpatrick), 910 City Hall Square 
Bldg. Ran. 2330. Res. 2120 S. Lawn- 
dale av. Lawndale 533 

Fitzsimmons. Francis V. 5221 Windsor 
av. Irving 14003 

Flaherty. M. D. 36 Metropolitan Blk. 
Main 3837. Aut. 37-585 

Flanagan, Patrick B. 1617 Ashland Blk. 
Cent. 569. Aut. 44-644 

Flanegan. W. A. 106 N. La Salle st. 
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Flanigan. John Edward 510 Corn Ex- 
change Bldg. FrankHn 230 

Flannerv, Daniel F. 1200 Westminster 
Bldg.' Ran. 6629 

Fleck. Harry A. 527 Reaper Blk. Cent. 
2578. Aut. 48-364 

*Fleming. Joseph B. 804-203 S. Dearborn 
St. Har. 3233. Aut. 64-438 

Fleming, Jno. T. Asst. State's Atty. 
Cent. 4780. 315-179 W. Washington 
St. Main 1347. Aut. 33-558 

Flens, Walter J. 9215 Commercial av. S. 
Chicago 128 

Fletcher. David H. 1541 Monadnock Blk. 
Har. 4574. Aut. 63-209 

*Fletcher. Harvey T. 537 Monadnock 
Blk. Har. 5829 

Fletcher, R. V. 135 Park Row. Wabash 
2200 

*Fletcher, Wm. Meade, gone to Vir- 
ginia 

Flexner. Bernard, 701 Merchants' Loan 
& T. Bldg. Ran. 3830 

Floberg. Frederick O. 600 W. Washing- 
ton St. Havmarket 4126 

Flood, Christopher L. 34-112 N. La 
Salle St. Main 4193 

Flower, Louis B. 735 California terrace. 
Lake View 2947 

Flvnn. John M. 3243 Fillmore st. Ked- 
zie 4120 

Flvnn. Maurice J. Chi. Title & Trust 
Co. Cent. 4880 

Flvnn. Thomas W. (Flynn & Lyon), 
539-41 The Rookery. Wabash 1350. 
Aut. 51-750 

*Foell, Charles M. Judge Superior Court. 
Franklin 3015 

Fogel, Ira, 1302 Hartford Bldg. Cent. 
6840. Aut. 42-702 

*Fogle. John L. 1110 Fort Dearborn 
Bldg. Cent. 5528. Aut. 53-528 

*Folk. George E. (Barton & Folk). 1445 
Alonadnock Blk. Har. 283. Aut. 64- 
553 

*Follansbee. Geo. A. 412 Home Ins. 
Bldg. Ran. 7434. Aut. 51-298 

Follansbee, Merrill M. CFollansbee & 
Keyes), 1510-19 S. La Salle st. Cent. 
?551 

*Follansbee, Mitchell D. ("Adams, Fol- 
lansbee. Hawley & Shorey), 412 
Home Ins. Bldg. Ran. 7434. Aut. 
51-298 

*Folonie, Robt. J. 1206 Merchants' Loan 
& Trust Bldg. Ran. 2489 

*Folsom. Richard S. Master in Chan- 
cery Circuit Court, and (Lewis. Fol- 
som & Streetcr), 1822 Commercial 
Nat. Bk. Bldg. Cent. 348 and 3981 

*Folsom, Wm. R. Treasurer Chi. T. & 
T. Co. Cent. 4880 



*Fohz, I. W. 501 Unity Bldg. Ran. 

3503. Aut. 48-317 
Foos, Samuel E. 1220 Ashland Blk. 

Cent. 6595. Aut. 48-221 
*Foote, Roger L. (Gardner. Foote & 

Burns). 1602 Corn Exchange Bk. 

Bldg. Franklin 2298 
Fordham, Albert C. (Howe, Fordham 

& Kreamer), 806 Hartford Bldg. Ran. 

3668 
*Foreman, Milton J. (Foreman, Levin 

& Robertson). 822 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Ran. 237. Aut. 72-748 
Forrest, Wm. G. (Marshall Field & 

Co.). 219 W. Adams st. Main 300 
*Forrest. Wm. S. 1320 Westminster 

Bldg. Cent. 444 
*Forstall, James Jackson, 1800 Commer- 
cial Nat. Bk. Bldg. Ran. 4046 
Foss. Geo. Edmund. 1353 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Cent. 1361 
*Foss, Martin H. 308 Home Ins. Bldg. 

Ran. 5554 
Foster, Frank 1113 Ashland Blk. Ran. 

3139 and 13, 19-9206 Commercial av. 

So. Chi. 148 and 194 
Foster, Geo. H. 1424 Harris Trust Bldg. 

Ran. 4865 
*Foster, Geo. K. 900 The Temple. Main 

3815. Aut. 51-107 
Foster, Geo. P. Asst. Corporation Coun- 
sel. Main 447 
*Foster, Geo. S. 1414 Ashland Blk. Cent. 

852. Aut. 48-796 
Foster, Hervey C. Municipal Court. 

Franklin 2684 
*Foster, John E. 1103-64 W. Randolph 

St. Cent. 5882. Aut. 42-857 
*Foster, Stephen A. (Cassady, Butler, 

Lamb & Foster), 1414 ^Monadnock Blk, 

Har. 6808, 6809 
*Foster, Vernon W. 135 Park Row. 

Wabash 2200 
*Foster. Wm. Elmore (Foster. Paine, 

Reynolds & Sass), 1414 Ft. Dearborn 

Bldg. Cent. 6646. Aut. 58-301 
Fowkcs. W. Herbert, 953 People's Gas 

Bldg. Ran. 1560 
*Fowlcr, Frank L. 1444 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Cent. 1599. Aut. 42-639 
Fowler, Henry Ades, 828 Unity Bldg. 

Cent. 1332 
Fowler, R. Forman, Waukegan, 111. 
Fowler. Walter M. 429-29 W. Monroe 

St. Cent. 56 
Fox. John P. 543 Marquette Bldg. Cent. 

2629 
Fox, Wm. J. 3845 Ellis av. 
*Frake. Allen, 45-138 N. La Salle st. 

Franklin 322 



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Francis, Chas. R. (Either, Goff & Fran- 
cis), 1721-5 Harris Trust Bldg. Cent. 
1755 and 6011 

Frank. Bernhardt, 1517 Unity Bldg. 
Cent. 6930. Aut. 4.3-973 

Frank, Bernhardt J. (died Dec. 18, 
1912) 

Frank, Charles S. 909 The Rookery. 
Wabash 3035 

*Frank, Herman, (Frank & Lurie), 1410 
Title & Trust Bldg. Cent. 4132. Aut. 
41-387 

Frank, Jerome N. 823 Cham. Commerce. 
Main 1122. Aut. 31-279 

*Frank, Lee J. (Goodman, Frank & Col- 
bert), 1103-32 N. Dearborn st. Ran. 
1439 

*Frank, Robert J. 1625 First Nat. Bk. 
Bldg. Ran. 996 

Frank, Sidney T. 920 New York Life 
Bldg. Ran. 4332 

Frankenstein, Rudolph, 1002-3 Ashland 
Blk. Cent. 3.34 

FranMurter, Henry. 510-12 Stock Ex- 
change Bldg. Main 3181 

*Frankhauser, E. L 522 First Nat. Bk. 
Bldg. Ran. 4794. Aut. 42-026 

Franklin, I. J. 918 Cham. Commerce. 
Main 2449. Aut. 32-310 

Frantzen, Geo. 642 Milwaukee av. Mon- 
roe 1175 

Fraser, James L. 302-417 S. Dearborn 

*Fraser, Philip R. 307-8 Ashland Blk. 
Cent. 608 and 7071. Aut. 47-406 

*Frazer, Emory D. 1105 The Temple. 
Main 1903 

*Frazier, Charles E. 5651 South blvd. 
Austin 10 

Freeark, Frederick A. 1216 First Nat. 
Bk. Bldg. Cent. 3006. Aut. 47-357 

*Freeman, Chas. Y. (Sheriff, Dent, 
Dobyns & Freeman), 1060 The Rook- 
ery. Wabash 1400. Aut. 51-380 

*Freeman. Henry V. Judge Superior 
Court. Franklin 3015 

*Freeman. Henry W. Asst. U. S. Dist. 
Atty. 826 Federal Bldg. Har. 4700 

Freer. William E. 1110 Ashland Blk. 
Cent. 5821. Aut. 41-432 

French, Charles N. 324-.?9 S. La Salle 
St. Cent. 5242 

French, Walter G. 7 Borden Blk. Cent. 
4973 

*Frercks, Henry J. (Frercks & Haz- 
ard), 1010-12 Rector Bldg. Ran. 6166 

Freud, Samuel B. 1413 Ashland Blk. 
Cent. 852. Aut. 48-796 

Freudenreich, Wm. F. (Chamberlain & 
Freudenreich), 1543 Marquette Bldg. 
Cent. 3044. Aut. 61-764 

Freund, Ernst, University of Chicago 
Law School. Midway 800. Local 124 



Freundlich, Alexander (Jonas & Freund- 

lich), 406 The Temple. Franklin 2979' 
Freyburger, Walter D. 816 S. Michi- 
gan av. Har. 4444 
*Fried, Isidore, 1214 Ashland Blk. Cent.. 

776. Aut. 48-696 
Friedland, Morris N. 613 Ashland Blk- 

Ran. 3417 
*Friedlander, Samuel, 13.34 First Nat. 

Bk. Bldg. Cent. 2792. Aut. 43-431 
Friedlund, John P. 1212 Schiller Bldg, 

Ran. 1013. Aut. 42-390 _ 
Friedman, Herbert J. (Zeisler & Fried- 
man), 906 Straus Bldg. Franklin 

3230. Aut. 31-670 
Friedman, William (Friedman & Ader), 

1528 Otis Bldg. Franklin 3098. Aut. 

31-835 
Friend, Hugo M. 826 Stock Exchange 

Bldg. Franklin 1573. Aut. 32-096 
Friend. Nathan. 1024 Nat'l Life Bldg. 

Ran. 4916. Aut. 32-518 
Fritz. Charles F. 5.5-801 Milwaukee av. 

Monroe .3389 
*Froehlich. Adolph S. (Goldzier. Rodg- 

ers & Froehlich). 1020 Cham. Com- 
merce. Main 3100 and 3101 
*Froehlich. Edmund W. 1020-22 Cham. 

Commerce. Main 3100 
*Frost. E. Allen (Chytraus, Healy & 

Frost). 1228-29 So. La Salle st. Ran. 

4788 
Fruechtl. John B. 1320 Westminster 

Bldg. Cent. 444 
Fry. Albert H. 816 Association Bldg. 

Cent. 219 
*Fry, George C. 36-128 N. La Salle st. 

Main 4007 
*Fry. Sheridan E. Judge Municipal 

Court. Franklin 2684 
*Fnlkerson. Monroe, 1201 Title & Trust 

Bldg. Ran. 440 
*Fuller, Levi H. (Pope, Hoig, Fuller & 

Nichols). 502-25 N. Dearborn st. Cent. 

3816 
Fuller, Walker M. (Linthicum. Belt & 

Fuller\ 715 Monadnock. Har. 4621 
Fullerton. C. B. 801 Home Ins. Bldg. 

Cent. 5384 
*Fulton, Arthur W. 1102 Ashland Blk. 

Cent. 4368. Aut. 42-569 
*Fulton. Frank D. 1001 Otis Bldg. 

Franklin 3670 
Funk, Antoinette, 1420 Unity Bldg. 

Ran. 367. Aut. 44-501 
Funk. John, 800 Schiller Bldg. Ran. 

6714-6715 
*Furber, Jr. Henrv T. (Furber & Wake- 
lee). 701 N. Y. Life Bldg. Cent. 6115. 

Aut. 31-570 
*Furness. Wm. EHot, 1100-112 W. 

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Furthmann, Charles, State's Atty's Of- 
fice. Cent. 4870 

Futranskv. Samuel R. 920 Unity Bldg. 
Cent. 6170 

*Fyffe, Colin C. H. (Fyffe, Adcock & 
Ryner), 1709 Harris Trust Bldg. 
Ran. 7300 



Gaertner. Frederick C. 679 Wells st. 

North 1547 
♦Gage, Asahel W. (King. Lamb & 

Gage), 1311-12 Hartford Bldg. Cent. 

692. Aut. 43-898 
Gage, Stanley K. 27-54 W. Randolph 

St. Cent. 3513 
Gallagher, Michael F. (Guerin, Galla- 
gher & Barrett), 1406 Tribune Bldg. 

Cent. 5844 
Gallagher. Urban P. 900 Boyce Bldg. 

Cent. 1289. Aut. 43-988 
Gallagher, Vincent G. (Gallagher & 

Messner). 900-30 N. Dearborn st. 

Cent. 1289 and 1290. Aut. 43-988 
Gallagher, William H. (Gallagher & 

Cherry), 1606 Tribune Bldg. Ran. 

1476 
♦Gallery, Daniel V. 1110 Title & Trust 

Bldg. Ran. 1458. 
Gallion, Marshall E. 431 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Ran. 4676 
Gallowav. Wm. T. 300 Otis Bldg. 

Franklin 3580 
Galpin. Homer K. (Galpin & Murray), 

1.330 Otis Bldg. Franklin 2256 
Gait. Arthur T. (Gait. Birch & Gait), 

804 Opera House Bldg. Main 4683 
Gait, Azariah T. (Gait. Birch & Gait), 

804 Opera House Bldg. Main 4683 
Gammage. A. E. 835 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Cent. 2517. Aut. 43-757 
Ganey, Harry J. Asst. Corporation 

Counsel. 511 City Hall. Main 447 
♦Gann, David B. (Gann. Peaks & Town- 
ley), 1701 Borland Bldg. Cent. 2252 
Gano, Henrv A. The Fair. Cent. 5082 
Gans. Julius, 1220 Ft. Dearborn Bldg. 

Ran; 220 
♦Gansbergen, F. H. (Gansbergen & 

Rigbv). 410 Corn Exchange Bldg. 

Franklin 1134 
♦Gardner, Addison L. (Gardner, Foote 

& Burns), 1602 Corn Exchange Bk. 

Bldg. Franklin 2298 
Gardner, C. P. Mendota, 111. 
Gardner. Frank G. Asst. Trust Officer 

Chicago Title & Trust Co. Cent. 4880 
♦Gardner, Henry A. (Gardner, Carton 

& Thomson), 1000 Am. Trust Bldg. 

Ran. 3647. Aut. 48-458 



Garmire, Clyde O. 152 E. Ontario st. 
Garnett, Cvrus Logan (Garnett & Gar- 
nett), 1538 Tribune Bldg. Ran. 3261. 
Aut. 44-363 
♦Garnett, Eugene H. (Garnett & Gar- 
nett), 1538 Tribune Bldg. Ran. 3261. 
Aut. 44-363 
♦Garnett, Gwynn (Garnett & Garnett), 
1538 Tribune Bldg. Ran. 3261. Aut. 
44-363 
♦Garnett. William, 920 Marquette Bldg. 

Cent. 819. Aut. 61-784 
♦Garrett, Richard, P. 510 Corn Ex- 
change Bk. Bldg. Franklin 230 
♦Gartside, John M. 1502 Borland Bldg. 

Ran. 599 
Garver, Lewis C. 1512 City Hall Square 

Bldg. Ran. 6753 
Garv Simon P. 501 Ashland Blk. Ran. 

2036. Aut. 41-741 
♦Gasroigne, Jas. B. (Musgrave. Oppen- 
heim & Lee). 905 First Nat. Bk. Bldg. 
Cent. 732. 733. Aut. 41-115 
Gash. A. D. 615-118 N. La Salle st. 

Main 3077. Aut. 32-352 
♦Gaskill, Roy S.. Chief Clerk Appellate 
Court, 706 Ashland Blk. Cent. 4693. 
Aut. 41-426 
♦Gates, Albert R. 910 Title & Trust 

Bldg. Ran. 342, 343. Aut. 44-453 
Gault, Thomas H. 1405 Unitv Bldg. 

Cent. 1359 
Gavin, John E. 412 Home Ins. Bldg. 

Ran. 7434. Aut. 51-298 
Gavin, John F. 1222 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Cent. 876. Aut. 44-043 
Gavin. Richard I. 1344 Unity Bldg. 

Cent. 7075 
Gavlord, Charles E. 1505 Marquette 

Bldg. Cent. 6594 
Gearon, T- Ambrose, 1520 Ashland Blk. 

Cent. 3050 
♦Geary. Tohn R. 1407 Security Bldg. 

Main 3774 
Geer. Ira J. 1506 Ashland Blk. Cent. 

1607. Aut. 44-597 
Geeting. Henrv C. 1531 Unity Bldg. 

Cent. 1424. Aut. 42-942 
Geeting, John F. (Died Feb. 27, 1913) 
Gehr. S. W. 400 Pullman Bldg. Har. 

1523 
Gehring, Frank A. Los Angeles, Cal. 
Geiman. Louis H. 1511-14 City Hall 

Square Bldg. Ran. 6753 
Gelderman, W. M. 958 Insurance Ex- 
change Bldg. Wabash 1656. Aut. 
54-034 
Gembick, Alexander K. 361 Insurance 

Exchange Bldg. Wabash 4047 
Gemmil, Howard S. 1317 City Hall 
Square Bldg. Ran. 3564 



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*Gemmill, William N. Judge Municipal 

Court. Franklin 2684 
*Gentzel. Robert E. (Gentzel & Crane), 

1628 Otis Bldg. Main 3357 
George, Albert B. 400 Ashland Elk. 

Cent. 5122. Aut. 41-364 
George, Edgar Lynch, 822 First Nat. 

Bk. Bldg. Ran. 237. Aut. 72-748 
George, Henry F. C. Title & Trust Co. 

Cent. 4880 
Geringer, Emil J. 1518 W. 12th st. Mon- 
roe 446 
Geringer, V. A. 541 W. 12th st. Canal 

305 and 835 
*Gerlach. Fred. 1601-2 Marquette Bldg. 

Cent. 5690 
Gerst, Daniel G. 607-10-167 W. Wash- 
ington St. Franklin 354 and 353. Aut. 

31-430 
*Gesas, Michael (Breding & Gesas), 

1132 Am. Trust Bldg. Ran. 2175 
Gettys, A. L. Asst. Corp. Counsel. 

Main 447; 722 Opera House. Main 

1865. Aut. 31-873 
Geweke. Julius H. 1001-167 W. Wash- 
ington St. Main 3598 
*Gibbons, John, Judge Circuit Court. 

Franklin 3015 
Gibbs, Geo. A. 1000 Adams Express 

Bldg. Ran. 2991 
Gibbs, Henry J. 708 Hartford Bldg. 

Ran. 1.305 
Gibbs, Wm. B. (Died April 19, 1913) 
Gibons, William C. 731 W. Randolph 

St. Monroe 1358 
Gibson, Louis S. 931 Unity Bldg. Ran. 

377 and 378. Aut. 47-808 
Gibson, William, 1227 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Cent. 1220 
Gibson, Walter S. Chicago Title & 

Trust Co. Cent. 4880 
Giese. John. 309-202 S. Clark st. Har. 

5406 
Gigliotti, Cairoli, 1103 Fort Dearborn 

Bldg. Cent. 2966. Aut. 51-004 
*Gilbert. Allen A. (Gilbert & Gilbert), 

1007 Fort Dearborn Bldg. Ran. 1350. 

Aut. 54-447 
Gilbert, Chas. C. Ft. Bayer, New Mex- 
ico 
Gilbert, George J. 707-9 Rector Bldg. 

Ran. 5626, 5627 
Gilbert, Hiram T. 924-938 Otis Bldg. 

Franklin 376, 377 
*Gilbert, J. Thornton (Gilbert & Gil- 
bert), 1007 Fort Dearborn Bldg. 

Ran. 1350. Aut. 54-447 
Gilbert, Roy O. 512-58 W. Washington 

St. Cent. 6343. Aut. 45-292 
Gilbert, Samuel H. 1343-48 Marquette 

Bldg. Ran. 2491 and 2492 



*Gilbert, Wm. C. 940 W. Chicago av. 

Mon. 2446 
Gilbreath, Gilmer, 938 National Life 

Bldg. Ran. 5349 
*Gilkey, Roscoe R. 55 Liberty rt., New 

York City, N. Y. 
Gillam, Walter L. (Gillam. Stead & 

Liver), 726 First Nat. Bk. Bldg. Ran. 

4941. Aut. 43-570 
Gillespie, Wm. 424 National Life Bldg. 

Ran. 6625. Aut. 30-385 
*Gillette, Geo. 657 First Nat. Bk. Bldg. 

Cent. 2232 
Gillis, James E. 1101 Unity Bldg. Cent. 

2958. Aut. 42-286 
Gillson, Charles B. (Gillson & Gillson), 

1235 Monadnock Blk. Har. 24 
Gillson, Louis K. (Gillson & Gillson), 

1235 Monadnock Blk. Har. 24 
Gilmore, Newton R. 1106 City Hall 

Square Bldg. Ran. 4314 
Gilmour, David, 208 43rd court. 
*Girten, Michael F. 966-8 People's Gas 

Bldg. Ran. 2553. Aut. 64-597 
Glad, Edward A. 2100 North av. Hum- 
boldt 5001 
Gladstone, Myer H. 420 Ashland Blk. 

Cent. 5210. Aut. 41-609 
Glaeser, Chas. F. 1038-40 Unity Bldg. 

Cent. 2251. Aut. 44-580 
Glaskay, Alex. W. (Barnett & Glaskay), 

410 Cham. Commerce. Franklin 3639. 

Aut. 33-760 
*Glass, James R. 1447 First Nat. Bk. 

Bid. Ran. 841. Aut. 47-338 
Gleason, Claire L., C. Title & Trust Co. 

Cent. 4880 
*Glennon, Edward T. (Glennon, Gary, 

Walker & Howe), 520-536 La Salle 

St. Station. Wabash 4200 
*Glenny, Ernest C. Secretary and Trust 

Officer. Fort Dearborn Trust & Sav- 
ings Bank, Monroe and Clark sts. 

Ran. 4301 
Click, Hiram R. 800 N. Clark st. North 

3590 
Glover, Henry T. 705 Unity Bldg. Cent. 

6373 
*Godman, Elwood G. Asst. U. S. Dis- 
trict Atty. 826 Federal Bldg. Har. 

4700. and (Sims. Welch & Godman), 

808 Marquette Bldg. Cent. 4384. Aut. 

67-468 
Goebel. G. A. 205 W. Madison st. Main 

2586 
*Goetz, Albert, 437-444 Stock Exchange 

Bldg. Main 3618. Aut. 31-739 
*Goff, Frederic L. (Bither, Goff & 

Francis). 1721 Harris Trust Bldg. 

Cent. 1755 and 6011 
*Going, Judson F. Park Ridge, III. Tel. 

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Golan, Maurice J. 1506 Association 

Bldg. Ran. 7406-7 
Golden. John J. 903 Schiller Bldg. Cent. 

1392. Aut. 41-732 
Golden, Marcus J. (Golden & Wald- 

man), 1506 Association Bldg. Ran. 

7406-7 
Goldsmith, E. R. 213-118 N. La Salle 

St. Main 4544. Aut. 32-665 
*Goldsmith, Henry M. 716 National 

Life Bldg. Ran. 1134. Aut. 30-388 
Goldsmith. Henry S. 1544 Unity Bldg. 

Cent. 7075 
Goldsmith, O. N. 83d st. and Vincen- 

nes rd. Normal 4980 
^Goldsmith. Richard, 518 Ashland Blk. 

Cent. 1458 
Goldsmith, Sam'l H. 958-175 W. Jack- 
son blvd. Wabash 1656-7. Aut. 54-034 
Goldstein. Abe Henry, 703-4 City Hall 

Square Bldg. Ran. 3725 
Goldstine, Isaac O. 1524 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Cent. 727. Aut. 44-035 
Goldzier. Julius (Goldzier, Rodgers & 

Froehlich), 1020 Cham. Commerce. 

Main 3100 and 3101 
Golniewicz, Frank X. 1306 Milwaukee 

av. Humboldt 780 
Goode, Orrin P. 506 Portland Blk. 

Cent. 3587 
*Goodman, Chas. (Goodman, Frank & 

Colbert). 1103-32 N. Dearborn st. 

Ran. 1439 
*Goodman, Harry (Newman, Northrup, 

Levinson & Becker), 823 Cham. Com- 
merce Bldg. Main 1122. Aut. 31-279 
Goodman, Isaac K. (Morgan, McFar- 

land & Goodman), 809-137 N. Clark 

St. Ran. 2735. Aut. 41-337 
Goodman, Mark D. 1732 Michigan av. 

Calumet 4931 and 4904 
Goodnow, Chas. N. Judge Municipal 

Court. Franklin 2684 
Goodrich, Adams A. (Goodrich, Vin- 
cent & Bradley), 420 The Rookery. 

Wabash 480. Aut. 51-157 
Goodrich, Walter G. 403-5 N. Dearborn 

St. Ran. 4016-4017. Aut. 44-171 
*Goodspeed. Charles T. B. 604 Security 

Bldg. Main 3559 
*Goodwin, Clarence N. Judge of the. 

Superior Court. Franklin 3015 
*Goodwin, John S. (Black & Goodwin), 

304 The Temple. Main 9.35. Aut. 51- 

256 
♦Goodwin, Leonard, 1020 Ashland Blk. 

Ran. 5099. Aut. 44-455 
Goralski, Walter W. 18th and Ashland 

av. Humboldt 1000 
*Gordon. George W. 810 Borland Bldg. 

Ran. 2223 
*Gordon, Theo. C. Chicago Title & 

Trust Co. Cent. 4880 



*Gorham, Sidney S. (Miller, Gorham & 

Wales), 1018-22 New York Life Bldg. 

Cent. 5428, 5429, 5430 
*Gorman, Geo. E. (Gorman, Pollock, 

Sullivan & Livingston), 729-32 Stock 

Exchange Bldg. Main 2584. Aut. 

34-056 
*Gorton, Edward F. 901 Stock Ex- 
change Bldg. Main 4880 
*Goss, Ferdinand (Goss & Roonev), 

1040-48 TribLme Bldg. Cent. 1774-5 
Gossman, J. Leigh, 1600 American Trust 

Bldg. Cent. 2780 
Gottschalk, Albert Wesley. 720 First 

Nat. Bk. Bldg. Ran. 5921 
*Gould, Charles J. 1309 Fort Dearborn 

Bldg. Ran. 4780 
Graber, Joseph A. (McMahon & Gra- 

ber), 601 Ashland Blk. Cent. 1671. 

Aut. 44-072 
Graff, Edward (Heldman, Jacobson & 

Graff), 1016-108 S. La Salle st. 

Franklin 3520. Aut. 51-622 
*Graham, Frank H. ludge Municipal 

Court. Franklin 2684 
Graham, Gilbert T. 409-39 S. La Salle 

St. Ran. 4900 
Graham, Tas. P. 920-115 S. La Salle st. 

Cent. 3223. Aut. 51-934 
Graham, Wm. (Robbins, Graham & 

Rowan), 9233 Commercial av. So. 

Chicago 45 
Graves, Albert H. (Ofifield, Towle, 

Graves & Offield), 1228 Monadnock 

Blk. Har. 8022, 8023. Aut. 61-203 
*Graves, Charles S. 1506 Otis Bldg. 

Main 170 
Graves, Emery C. Judge C. Branch 

Appellate Court. Ran. 3641 
*Graves, Frank P. 1540 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Cent. 2248 
Graves, H. A. 431 S. Dearborn st. Har. 

1585 
*Grawoig, Garrison (Cummins, Stearns 

& Milkewitch), 421 Insurance Ex- 
change. Wabash 828 
*Gray, Edward E. San Diego, Cal. 
Gray, Ralph B. 770-321 S. La Salle st. 

Wabash 640 and 1537 
*Graydon, Thomas J. 603 Masonic 

Temple. Cent. 2810. Aut. 41-011 
*Grceley, Louis M. 611 Portland Blk. 

Cent. 1717 
Green, Alex. D. 808 Unity Bldg. Cent. 

1008 
Green, Cora B. 3234 Polk st. 
Green, Dwight P. 934 Tribune Bldg. 

Ran. 2929 
Green, Edward J. (Ranes, Green & 

Porter), 1518 Ashland Blk. Cent. 245 

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Green, Herbert, 1315 Ashland Blk. Ran. 
886. Aut. 41-743 

Green. Orville C. Blue Island, 111. Tel. 
528 J 

Greenacre, Alice, 404-32 W. Washing- 
ton St. Cent. 2102 

*Greenacre, Isaiah T. 401-32 W. Wash- 
ington St. Cent. 2102 

*Greenbaum, Julius C. 323 Ashland Blk. 
Cent. 998 

Greenberg, Louis, 425 Reaper Blk. Ran. 
5411 

*Greene, J. Kent, Asst. to Chief Justice 
Olson, Municipal Court. 917 City 
Hall. Franklin 2684 

*Greenfield, Charles W. (Kremer & 
Greenfield), 1016 Insurance Ex- 
change. Wabash 3742. Aut. 580-450 

Greenlaw. L. M. 400 Pullman Bldg. 
Har. 1523 

Gregg, Douglas C. 1030 Tribune Bldg. 
Cent. 5000. Aut. 48-152 

*Gregory, Stephen S. (Gregory, Pop- 
penhusen & McNab, 1103-69 W. 
Washington st. Ran. 1660 and 1661. 
Aut. 41-452 

Gregory, Tappan (Gregory, Poppen- 
husen & McNab), 1103-69 W. Wash- 
ington St. Ran. 1660, 1661. Aut. 41- 
452 

Greist, Lewis T. 715 Monadnock Blk. 
Har. 4621 

*Gresham, Otto, 1201 Title & Trust 
Bldg. Ran. 440 

Gresher, Frank E. 1013 Insurance Ex- 
change Bldg. Wabash 2005. Aut. 
580-335 

*Gridley, Martin M., Judge D. Branch 
Appellate Court. Ran. 5540 

Grier, David McC. 3455 Prairie av. 
Douglas 6069 

*Grier, James P. 1140 Otis Bldg. Frank- 
lin 4015 

*Griffen, Alonzo M. 1301-4 Ashland 
Blk. Cent. 5451. Aut. 41-367 

Griffen, Arthur L. 1623 First Nat. Bk. 
Bldg. Ran. 581. Aut. 41-982 

Griffen, Felix J. 804 Association Bldg. 
Cent. 1733 and 5848. Aut. 36-576 

Griffen, Jos. M. 420 The Rookery. Wa- 
bash 480. Aut. 51-157 

Griffin, John J. (Fardv & Griffin). 1005 
Unity Bldg. Ran. 3203 

Griffin, Wm. E. 822 N. Y. Life Bldg. 
Cent. 515. Aut. 32-009 

Grigal, Joseph W. 1624 Wabansia av. 

Grimes, John M. 720-30 N. La Salle st. 
Main 2756 

Grimes, Wm. F. Chicago Title & Trust 
Co. Cent. 4880 

Grip. John P. G. 905 Tacoma Bldg. 
Main 1184. Aut. 31-260 



Griswold, W. R. 164 N. Ashland blvd. 

Seeley 6044 
Grodson, Samuel G. 806 Ashland Blk. 

Ran. 1746 
Groesbeck, L. M. 407 Medinah Bldg. 

Wabash 4454 
*Grollman, Louis (Weinberg & GroU- 

man), 1410-11 Harris Trust Bldg. 

Ran. 5129 and 5130. Aut. 57-332 
*Gross, Alfred H. 726 The Temple. 

Main 93 
*Grossberg, Jacob G. 1822 Commercial 

Nat'l Bk. Bldg. Cent. 348 and 3981 
Grosse, Martin W. 312-19 Hartford 

Bldg. Cent. 6300-2176. Aut. 48-493 
Grossman, Irwin, 1151 Otis Bldg. 

Franklin 85 and 3645 
♦Grossman, Joseph F. Asst. Corpora- 
tion Counsel. Main 477; and (Bern- 
stein, Grossman & Bernstein), 609 

City Hall Square Bldg. Ran. 3159 
♦Grossman, Max M. 437 Chi. Stock 

Exch. Bldg. Main 3618 and 3619. 

Aut. 71-739 
*Grover, Donald, 1407 Ashland Blk. 

Cent. 403. Aut. 41-117 
*Grover, Frank R. (Ela, Grover & 

March). 1331 Unity Bldg. Cent. 4199. 

Aut. 43-667 
Grundeland, L. C. Skandinaven Bldg. 

511-517 N. Peoria st. Monroe 5300- 

5301 
Grunewald, Reuel H. 656 Washington 

blvd. Monroe 6400 
*Gruver, Wm. H. 1601-6 Otis Bldg. 

Franklin 170 
Gualano, Alberto N. (Remus & Gual- 

ano), 2d fl. 167 N. Clark st. Ran. 

2349. Aut. 47-322 
Gubbins, James J. Atty. for Bureau of 

Frauds. Bd. of Elec. Comers 308 

Citv Hall. Main 764 
Guenther, Christian F. 804 Federal 

Bide. Har. 4700. Local 3 
Guenther, George H. (Day & Guen- 
ther), 1250 Otis Bldg. Franklin 3788 
Guerin, Archibold E. (Died January 

17, 1913.) 
*Guerin, Mark E. 1048 Tribune Bldg. 

Cent. 1775 
*Guerin. M. Henry (Guerin, Gallagher 

& Barrett), 1406 Tribune Bldg. Cent. 

5844 
*Giiernsev. Guv. 1515 Harris Trust 

Bldg. Ran. 901 
*Guilliams. John R. 600 Washington 

blvd. Haymarket 4126 
Guinan, James J. 1500 First Nat'l Bk. 

Bldg. Cent. 3176. Aut. 41-113 
Guinene. Thomas A. 6125 Stewart av. 

Normal 5764 
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*Gurley, Wm. W. 914 Marquette Bldg. 

Cent. 819. Aut. 61-784 
Gusdorf, Samson, 1400 Ft. Dearborn 

Bldg. Cent. 4282 
Gustin. Frederick K. 1027-8 N. Y. Life 

Bldg. Cent. 694 
*Guthman, Max (Guthman & Roth- 
schild), 62-106 N. La Salle st. Main 

1042. Aut. 30-499 
Guthrie, Geo. C. 1222 Unity Bldg. 

Ran. 1091. Aut. 43-809 
Guthrie, John C. 701 New York Life 

Bldg. Cent. 6115. Aut. 31-570 
Guthrie, Ross B. 1414 Fort Dearborn 

Bldg. Ran. 4030. Aut. 58-301 
Gwin, Jas. M. 5601 Washington av. 



H 



*Haake, Fred J. 1915 Insurance Ex- 
change. Wabash 3936 
Haas, John F. 913-14 Ashland Blk. 

Ran. 4311. Aut. 44-624 
Haase, Herbert (Haase & Howard), 

1124 Otis Bldg. Franklin 3971 
♦Haase, Herman P. 701 Cham. Com- 
merce. Main 1308. Aut. 34-543 
♦Hachmeister, Herman, 1660 McCormick 

Bldg. Har. 169 
♦Hack, Fred C. (Winston, Payne, 

Strawn & Shaw), 1400 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Cent. 828 
♦Hackett, LeRoy, Asst. City Pros. Attv. 

Main 447, and 534 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Ran. 4701. Aut. 41-587 
Hadley, Harry. W. 05 E. Adams st. 

Har. 740 
Hadley, Hugh H. 174 N. Elmwood av.. 

Oak Park, 111. Tel. 3786-L 
Haentze, Albert, 3198 Milwaukee av. 

Irving 305 
Haffenberg. Charles B. 1909 Harris 

Trust Bldg. Ran. 5106. Cent. 4164. 

Aut. 58-343 
♦Haft, Charles M. Asst. Corporation 

Counsel. Main 447 (Hebel & Haft), 

1102-58 W. Randolph st. Cent. 5882. 

Aut. 42-857 
♦Hagan, Henry M. 1202 Marquette 

Bldg. Ran. 4037 
Hagberg, Arvid M. 3542 Wilton av. 

Grace 8834 
Hagberg, John S. 172 N. La Salle st. 

Franklin 564 
Hagemeyer, George F. 1608-10 Unity 

Bldg, Cent. 5795. Aut. 47-408 
Hagey, John F. First Nat. Bk. Ran. 

5363. Aut. 489-111 
Haggcnjos, Arthur J. Asst. City Pros. 

Atty. Main 447, and 220-17 N. La 

Salle St. Main 1157 



Hahn, Wm. Perry, 1610 Ft. Dearborn 

Bldg. Ran. 45 
*Haight, George I. (Haight, Brown & 

Haight), 627 The Rookery. Wabash 

2084 
*Haight, Walter C. (Boyle. Mott & 

Haight). 1043-52 National Life Bldg. 

Ran. 3784 and 3785 
Haight, William H. (Haight, Brown & 

Haight), 627 The Rookery. Wabash 

2084 
Haigler, L. J. 701-3 Stock Exch. Bldg. 

Main. 4854. Aut. 33-855 
Haines, Hiram A. 88 Metropolitan Blk. 

Main 1393. Aut. 31-221 
Hale, Frederick C. 617 Ashland Blk. 

Ran. 5160. Aut. 44-123 
Hale, John G. 1528 Marquette Bldg. 

Cent. 2066. Aut. 64-816 
*Hale, Wm. B. (Kales, Kelly & Hale), 

1616 Marquette Bldg. Cent. 5136 
♦Hales, Earl C. 605 Association Bldg. 

Cent. 7026 
♦Haley, George E. (Haley, Lambert & 

Smith), 506 Ft. Dearborn Bldg. 

Cent. 5669 
♦Haley, Patrick C. 404 Rector Bldg. 

Ran. 3686 
Halik, Stanley J. 713-14 City Hall 

Square Bldg. Ran. 6575 
Hall, Geo. W. 610-167 W. Washington 

St. Franklin 853, 354. Aut. 31-430 
Hall. Henry C. 926 Manhattan Bldg. 

Har. 75 
♦Hall, Ross. C. Asst. Sanitary District 

Atty. Wabash 1320, and 1202 Ash- 
land Blk. Cent. 925. Aut. 44-139 
Hall, Rufus C. 312 Union Bk. Bldg. 

Cent. 3262 
Hall, Thos. L. 117 Willard ct. 
♦Hall, William L. 1539-40 Marquette 

Bldg. Ran. 3134 
Halsey, Edward A. 2d floor 26 N. Dear- 
born St. Cent. 2904 
Hamblen, Samuel G. 1352 Otis Bldg. 

Main 1134 
Hamcr, Otto M. 1523-175 W. Jackson 

blvd. Waba.sh 1974 
Hamill, Chas. E. Armour & Co. U. S. 

Yards. Yards 4100 
♦Hamill, Chas. H. (Rosenthal & Ham- 
ill). 1400 Ft. Dearborn Bldg. Cent. 

4282 
Hamill, Harry, 611-9 S. La Salle st. 

Cent. 2912 
Hamilton. Charles S. (Hamilton & 

Hamilton), 1506-7 Fort Dearborn 

Bldg. Ran. 6508 
Hamilton, E. Bentley, Peoria, 111. 
Hamilton,- Isaac Miller (Hamilton & 

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♦Hamilton, Robert E. (Hamilton & 
Hamilton), 1506-7 Fort Dearborn 
Bldg. Ran. 6508 

Hamilton, Robert G. Swift & Co. 
Yards 4200 

Hamilton, Rolland J. 816 S. Michigan 
av. Har. 4444 

Hamilton, Samuel L. 810 Corn Exch. 
Bk. Bldg. Main 5100 

♦Hamilton, Walter (Knox & Hamil- 
ton), 415 First Nat. Bk. Bldg. Ran. 
558. Aut. 41-975 

Hamilton, Wm. A. 2128 Emerson av. 
Seeley 3265 

*Hamlin. Frank, Master in Chancery 
Superior Court (Hamlin & Topliff), 
611 Portland Blk. Cent. 1717 

♦Hamlin, Harry F. (Hamlin & Thomp- 
son), 1003 Rector Bldg. Ran. 4200 

Hamlin. Herbert, 51-119 N. Clark st. 
Cent. 4937 

Hammer, Kai P. (Henderson & Ham- 
mer), 1121-19 S. La Salle st. Ran. 944 

Hanawalt, Leslie H. 1212 Stock Exch. 
Bldg. Main 1776 

Hanchett, Francis G. Piano, 111. 

♦Handy, James S. 7th floor Karpen 
Bldg. Wabash 1320, and 404 Rector 
Bldg. Ran. 3686. Aut. 67-212 

♦Hanecy, Elbridge, 1222 First Nat. Bk. 
Bldg. Cent. 876. Aut. 44-043 

♦Hanley, Henry L. (Lambert & Han- 
ley), 1140 Otis Bldg. Franklin 4015 

Hanna, John T. 812 Hartford Bldg. 
Ran. 3160 

Hannagan. Patrick S. 807-135 Park 
Row. Wabash 2200 

Hannah, William A. (Hannah, Bergh 
& Clark), 409-169 W. Washington st 
Franklin 2528 

Hansche, Charles F. 12 S. Market st 
FrankHn 4100 

Hansen, Edwin C. 1004 N. Hoyne av 
Armitage 6668 

Hansen. James B. 540 Nat. Life Bldg. 
Ran. 7329. Aut. 32-320 

♦Hansen, Otto S. (McKinley & Han- 
sen), 20th floor Consumers Co. Bldg 
Har. 5558. Aut. 689-712 

Hansen, Walt A. 1407 Marquette Bldg. 
Ran. 1601. Aut. 61-131 

Hanson, Burton, 13S5 Railway Ex- 
change. Har. 6162 

Hanson, Harvey L. (Brown, Williams, 
Bell, Hanson & Boettcher), 1550 
Monadnock Blk. Har. 3634 and 759 

Hanson, Leslie B. 19-154 W. Randolph 
St. Main 3245 

♦Hapeman. Wm. T. 1508 Title & Trust 
Bldg. Cent. 1976 

Harbaugh, George R. 1601-6 Otis Bldg. 
Franklin 170 



Harbour, Fred C. (Bunge, Harbour & 

Chadwick), 203 Security Bldg. Frank- 
lin 935. Aut. 30-376 
♦Hardenbrook, B. C. First Trust & Sav- 
ings Bk. Ran. 5363. Aut. 43-347 
♦Harding, Charles F. (Tenney. Coffeen, 

Harding & Sherman), 801 Home Ins. 

Bldg. 137 S. La Salle st. Cent. 5384 
♦Harding, Lucien E. (Bates, Harding, 

Edgerton & Bates), 803 N. Y. Life 

Bldg. Cent. 1158. Aut. 34-248 
Harding, Orpheus A. 1201 Title & Trust 

Bldg. Ran. 440 
♦Harding, Victor M. (Underwood, 

Harding & Manning), 1107 Tacoma 

Bldg. ^lain 120. Aut. 31-839 
Hardy, Carlos S. Exchange Bldg. Los 

Angeles, Cal. 
Haremski. S. W. 1411 Ashland Blk. 

Cent. 45. Aut. 41-607 
Harford, Aaron C. 610-35 N. Dearborn 

St. Cent. 1274 
♦Harkin, Daniel V. 512 Roanoke Bldg. 

Cent. 3684 
Harkness, Frank E. 1800 Commercial 

Bk. Bldg. Ran. 4046 
♦Harlan, James S. Washington, D. C. 
♦Harlan, John Maynard (Harlan & Mc- 

Candless), 1132 Marquette Bldg. 

Cent. 401 
Harman, Harry de J. Superior Court 

Clerk's Office. Franklin 3015 
♦Harmon, Chas. Sumner, 5000 Madison 

av. 
Harmon, Lawrence, 2834 N. Mozart st. 
♦Harnwell, Fred W. (Thoman, Harn- 

well & Pearsons), 1502 Borland Bldg. 

Ran. 599 
♦Harpel, Howard M. (1310 Title & 

Trust Bldg. Cent. 2643. Aut. 42-434 
♦Harper, Francis A. 512 Roanoke Bldg. 

Cent. 3684 and 1836 
Harper, Malcolm C. 814 Tacoma Bldg. 

Franklin 2171 
♦Harper, Samuel A. (Bradley, Harper 

& Eheim), 1404 Association Bldg. 

Cent. 6520, 6521, 6522 
Harper, Thos. S. 704-5 Pullman Bldg. 

Har. 3534 
♦Harpham. Edwin L. 1016 Insurance 

Exchange. Wabash 329. Aut. 580- 

448 
Harpole, Enoch, 1001-167 W. Washing- 
ton St. Main 3598 
Harrington, John E. 3960 Langlev av. 

Oakland 5158 
Harrington, John R. 1309 Ft. Dearborn 

Bldg. Ran. 4780 
Harris, Ewart S. 828 Reaper Blk. Ran. 

3250 
Harris, Fred L. 404 Borland Blk. Ran. 

461 



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Harris, Graham H. 1808 Commercial 

Nat. Bk. Bldg. Cent. 6728 
Harris. H. R. 1415 Ashland Elk. Cent. 

2. Aut. 41-371 
♦Harris. John F. (Harris & Schaflf- 

ner), 1103 Ashland Elk. Cent. 6763. 

Aut. 42-569 
*Harris, Paul P. (Harris, Dodds & 

Kagy), 1317-24 Unity Bldg. Cent. 

2018 
♦Harris. INIadison R. (Lumbard, Swenie, 

Monahan & Harris), 822 Reaper Elk. 

Cent. 1856. Aut. 42-751 
Harrison, Homer H. 1662-4 Monad- 
nock Elk. Har. 4056. Aut. 61-027 
Harrison, S. A. 75-154 W. Randolph st. 

Franklin 251. Aut. 31-222 
*Harrold, James P. 304 The Temple. 

Main 935 
Harsh, Frank G. 1612 Ashland Elk. 

Cent. 5903 
*Hart, Edgar R. C. & N. W. R. R. Law 

Dept. Omaha, Neb. 
Hart, George B. 1109 Fisher Bldg. 

Har. 284 
*Hart, Louis E. (Montgomery, Hart & 

Smith), 1913 Harris Trust Bldg. 

Cent. 6731 
Hart, Marcus R. 1155 Dearborn av. 
Hart. Merwin M. 1133 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Ran. 4705. Aut. 44-060 
Hart, William L. 813 Ashland Elk. 

Cent. 3675 
Harte, Grace H. (Vance & Harte), 710- 

167 W. Washington st. Franklin 541. 

Aut. 34-075 
Hartig, Ernest L. 16th and Rockwell 

sts. Lawndale 1 
Hartigan, Edward R. 967 The Rookery. 

Wabash 284 
*Hartman. E. S. 409-13 Stock Exchange 

Bldg. Main 4733. Aut. 31-830 
Hartnctt, James (Donahoe & Hart- 

nett), 1606 Ashland Elk. Cent. 2590 
*Hartray, Wm. C. 315-179 W. Washing- 
ton St. Main 1347. Aut. 34-151 
Harts, Edwin E. 1002 Hartford Bldg. 

Cent. 5296. Aut. 43-902 
Harvey, Jos. E. 1450 Otis Bldg. Main 

662 
Harwood .Francis L. 1400 First Nat. 

Bk. Cent. 828 
Hartz. Hcnrv T. 541-3 Unity Bldg. Cent. 

2631. Aut. 42-985 
Hassell, Albert (Hassell & Fitzpat- 

rick). 910 Citv Hall Square Bldg. 

Ran. 2330 
Hatfield, William A. 1610 Title & Trust 

Bldg. Ran.2597. Aut. 41-463 
♦Hathaway. Albertine E. 640 Am. Trust 

Bldg. Cent. 6478. Aut. 42-354. Res. 

Ravcnswood 2219 



Hautau, Henry A. 606-21 N. La Salle 

St. Franklin 877. Aut. 34-552 
Hauze, Wm. R. (Hauze & Beath), 301 

Reaper Elk. Cent. 6395 
♦Havard, Chas. H. 1310 Title & Trust 

Bldg. Cent. 2643. Aut. 42-434 
Hawk, Walter D. 1501 Ashland Elk. 

Cent. 1228. Aut. 42-135 
Hawkes, Benj. C. 345 W. Michigan st. 

Main 4270 
♦Hawkins, Henry F. Inheritance Tax 

Atty, 734 Otis Bldg. Franklin 3500 
Hawkins, Kenneth B. 1145 The Rook- 
ery. Wabash 2571. Aut. 53-930 
Hawkins, R. W. 21-112 N. La Salle st. 

Main 4763. Aut. 32-358 
Hawley, Charles Gilbert, 630 Marquette 

Bldg. Ran. 1764 
Hawley, Melvin M. (Adams, Follans- 

bee, Hawley & Shorey), 412 Home 

Ins. Bldg. Ran. 7434. Aut. 51-298 
♦Hawxhurst, Ralph R. 900 The Temple. 

Main 3815. Aut. 51-107 
Hawxhurst, Waldo S. 2037-53 Insurance 

Exchange. Wabash 640. Aut. 54-640 
Hay, Wm. Sherman (Hay & Brown), 

1318 Hartford Bldg. Ran. 1368. Aut. 

44-598 
Hayes, Howard W. 1309 Stock Ex- 
change Bldg. Main 698. Aut. 31-188 
Hayes, John B. 207 City Hall 
Hayner, Frank E. 1216-105 W. Monroe 

St. Ran. 1101. Aut. 54-669 
Haynes, Geo. M. City Special Asst. 

Dept. 206 City Hall. Main 447. Local 

295 
Haynes, W. Knox, 1020-115 So. Dear- 
born St. Cent. 2538 
♦Haynie, Wm. Duff (Haynie & Mc- 

Roberts), 915 Merchants Loan & 

Trust Bldg. Ran. 813 
Hays, Dudley Grant, 1641 Estes av. 

Rogers Park 1398 
♦Hazard, Paul A. (Frcrks & Hazard), 

1010-12 Rector Bldg. Ran. 6166 
♦Hazcn, Irwin R. (Hazen, Penwell & 

Peifer), 508 Title & Trust Bldg. Ran. 

2139. Aut. 44-696 
♦Healy, Daniel M. (Caswell & Hcaly), 

1809-12 City Hall Square Bldg. Cent. 

2098. Aut. 43-576 
♦Hcaly, Edward B. 49 Metropolitan 

Blk. Main 1725 
♦Healy, John T. (Chytraus, Healv & 

Frost), 1228-29 S. La Salle st. Ran. 

4788 
♦Healy, Thomas J. 716 Nat. Life Bldg. 

Cent. 3030. Aut. 30-388 
♦Heap, Arnold, 821 Stock Exchange 

Bldg. Main 339. Aut. 30-642 
Heaton, C. Ernest. 934 Tribune Bldg. 

Ran. 2929-2930-2931 



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*Hebard, Frederic S. Hibernian Bank- 
ing Assn. Rector Bldg. Cent. 822 
*Hebel, Oscar (Hebel & Haft), 1102- 

58 W. Randolph st. Cent. 5882. Aut. 

42-857 
Heckaman. Sam'l D. 1717 Harris Trust 

Bldg. Ran. 3711 
Heckler. A. C. 216-29 S. La Salle st. 

Ran. 3052 
Heckler, Chas. E. 1515 Harris Trust 

Bldg. Ran. 901 
*Heckman, Wallace. 1204 Corn Ex- 
change Bldg. Franklin 214. Aut. 

52-374 
Hedges, Fleming D. 912-16 New York 

Life Bldg. Cent. 668, 669 and 670. 

Aut. 32-001 
Hedrick, Jr. Edwin (Sears, Meagher & 

Whitnev), 1500 First Nat. Bk. Bldg. 

Cent. 3176, 3177. Aut. 41-113 
*Hefiferan, Wm. S. 1418 Ashland Blk. 

Cent. 6421 
Heffernan, Frederick A. 612 Cham. 

Commerce. Main 1152 
Heffernan, James B. 710 Hartford Bldg. 

Cent. 3293. Aut. 42-564 
Heffron, D. W. (Heffron, Parkinson & 

Berlott), 1201 Unity Bldg. Cent. 2219 
Heidman, George (Heidman & Street), 

1509 Peoples Gas Bldg. Ran. 4719. 

Aut. 64-515 
♦Heile, Louis A. 1515 Harris Trust 

Bldg. Ran. 901 
Heimlich, P. A. Great Falls. Mont. 
Heims, Aaron, 311-25 Unity Bldg. Cent. 

7192-3. Aut. 42-478 
*Heinemann, Henry E. O. 1111 Web- 
ster Bldg. Wabash 4534 
Heinemann. Tohn B. 1329 Stock Ex- 
change Bldg. Main 1257 
*Heinemann, Walter F. 1310-123 W. 

Madison st. Ran. 2868 
Heitmann, Elmer H. 1624 First Nat. 

Bk. Bldg. Ran. 996 
Heinig, Arthur F. (Legal Dept. Hibbard, 

Spencer, Bartlett & Co.), State St. 

Bridge. Cent. 842 
*Heizer, Henry P. (Shurtleff & 

Heizer). 1309 Title & Trust Bldg. 

Ran. 1433. Aut. 48-172 
Helander. William E. 1620 Corn Exc. 

Bk. Bldg. Main 1995 
Heidman, Julius N. (Heidman, Jacob- 
son & Graff), 1016 The Temple. 

Franklin 3520. Aut. 51-622 
Heidman. Max I. 1016 The Temple 

Franklin 3520. Aut. 51-622 
Helebrant, Anton S. 2054 W. 19th st. 
Helfand. Wm. 1337-8 Unity Bldg. Cent. 

629 
Hellganz, Charles F. 1601 Insurance 

Exchange Bldg. Wabash 1140 



Hellmuth, G. T. 1312 Early av. Rav- 
enswood 4282 

Helmer, Bessie Bradwell, 201 Chi. Opera 
House Blk. Main 7 

*Helmer, Frank A. (Helmer, Moulton 
Whitman & Whitman), 1217-23 West- 
minster Bldg. Ran. 7320 

Hemingway, J. A. Foreman Bros. Bk. 
Stock Exchange Bldg. Franklin 263 

Hemple, Gustaf A. 2623 W. 22d place 

Henderson, C. N. 2d fl. Otis Bldg. 
Franklin 2042 

*Henderson, Elias H. 220 Tribune Bldg. 
Cent. 529 

Henderson, Jesse G. (Henderson & 
Hammer), 1121-19 S. La Salle st. 
Ran. 944 

Henderson, John G. (Died Aug. 28, 
1912.) 

Hendricks, Charles G. 1203 The Tem- 
ple. Main 5196 

Henkel, E. G. (Hollett, Sauter & Hen- 
kel), 1401-4 Otis Bldg. Main 3044 

Hennessy, Edward J. 823 Cham. Com- 
merce. Main 1122. Aut. 31-279 

Henningsen, C. D. 6325 Lakewood av. 
Ravenswood 5082 

Henry, John A. 810 Tacoma Bldg. 
Franklin 948 

Henry, Louis (Henry & Robinson). 504 
Chi. Opera House Bldg. Main 248. 
Aut. 32-429 

*Henschen, Henry S. Cashier, State 
Bank of Chicago 

Herdien, Walter L. 1414 Westminster 
Bldg. Ran. 5208 

Herdlicka, Edward J. 27 Metropolitan 
Blk. Franklin 2310. Aut. 31-048 

*Heren, Cyrus (Heren & Kimbark), 
1205 Ft. Dearborn Bldg. Ran. 446 

*Herman, Charles J. (Herman & Her- 
man), 1303 Rector Bldg. Ran. 1144 

Herman, Ladislaus. 2602 W. 25th st. 

Herman, Maxwell R. (Herman & Her- 
man), 1303 Rector Bldg. Ran. 1144 

Heron, John, 1415 Ashland Blk. Cent. 
3916 Aut. 41-371 

Herr, Simon (Miller & Herr), 613-14 
Ashland Blk. Ran. 3417 

Herreid, Ingvall Norman, 712 Otis 
Bldg. Franklin 3240 

Herren, John R. Asst. State's Attv. 
Criminal Court Bldg. Cent. 4870 ' 

Herren, Samuel C. 703-4 City Hall 
Square Bldg. Ran. 3725 

*Herrick, John J. (Herrick, Allen & 
Martin), 1800 Commercial Nat. Bk. 
Bldg. Ran. 4046 

*Herrick. Walter D. (Pearson & Her- 
rick), 1138 Nat. Life Bldg. Cent. 2524 

*Herrick, Wm. J. 1800 Commercial Nat. 
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*Herriott, Irvincr 502-226 W. Jackson 

blvd. Wabash 3408 
Herrod. Herbert E. 1628 Unity Bldg. 

Cent. 1205 
*Hess. Edward T. (Jonas & Hess), 

1313-19 Ft. Dearborn Bldg. Ran. 226, 

227, 228 
*Hess, Franklin, 606 S. Michigan av. 

Har. 6200 
Hess. Geo. W. 81 Metropolitan Elk. 

Main 2513 
Hess, J. Frank, 425 Ashland Blk. 

Ran. 2003. Aut. 41-612 
Hess. Phares, 410-35 N. Dearborn st. 

Ran. 1370 
Hewitt, Geo. W. 714 Roanoke Bldg. 

Ran. 5038 
*Hevman, Alexander H. 815 Marquette 

Bldg. Cent. 5763 and 5978. Aut. 

62-559 
Hibben, James, 1248 Otis Blk. Main 

484 
Hibben, Samuel E. (Rector, Hibben, 

Davis & Macauley), 1958 McCormick 

Bldg. Har. 821 
Hickev, James V. 1701-6 Borland Bldg. 

Cent. 2252 
*Hickey, Thomas J. (Lannen & 

Hickey), 1027 First Nat. Bk. Bldg. 

Cent. 6156 
Hicks, Ernest H. (Barger & Hicks), 

416 N. Y. Life Bldg. Cent. 533 
♦Hicks, Geo. I. 1334 Stock Exchange 

Bldg. Main 4341 
Hiestand, Henry, 83 Metropolitan Blk. 

Main 2593 
*Higgins, Edward C. 1301-111 W. Mon- 
roe St. Cent. 3502 
Higgins, John F. 900 Boyce Bldg. Cent. 

1289, 1290. Aut. 43-988 
*High, Shirley T. 410 Portland Blk. 

Ran. 1370 
*Higinbotham, H. M. 809 Fine Arts 

Bldg. Har. 1409 
Hildebrand, Eugene, 201-179 W. Wash- 
ington St. Main 1191 
Hill, Frank C. 410 Title & Trust Bldg. 

Cent. 2139 
Hill, Fred W. 840 Otis Bldg. Frank- 
lin 3800. Aut. 30-603 
Hill, G. Bruce. 7th floor McCormick 

Bldg. Har. 5115 
Hill, John H. 710 Hartford Bldg. Cent. 

.?293. Aut. 42-564 
*Hill, John W. (Hill & Hill), 1462-64 

Monadnock Blk. Har. 2710. Aut. 

62-710 
Hill, Lysander, 1463 Monadnock Blk. 

Har. 2710. Aut. 62-710 
Hill, Richard (Hill & Macintyre), 748 

S. Halsted st. Monroe 6184 



Hill, Roy W. (Hill & Hill), 1462-64 

Monadnock Blk. Har. 2710. Aut. 

62-710 
Hill, Samuel B. 1601-69 W. Washington 

St. Ran. 4193. Aut. 41-327 
Hill, W. H. 431/^-106 N. La Salle st. 

Main 2195 
Hille, Chas. F. 209 Reaper Blk. Cent. 

6543 
Hillis, David M. 1102 Hartford Bldg. 

Cent. 3272 
*Hillis, Frank N. 614-118 N. La Salle 

St. Main 2214, 3077. Aut. 32-352 
Hills, Burton U. 1536 Old Colony Bldg. 

Har. 5858. Aut. 64-513 
Hills, Charles W. 1523-27 Monadnock 

Blk. Har. 306. Aut. 64-813 
Hills, Jr. Chas. W. 1523-27 Monadnock 

Blk. Har. 306 
*Hills, Edward R. 1212 Rector Bldg. 

Ran. 5464 
Hills, Elmer E. 436 Monadnock Blk. 

Har. 1926 
Hillyer, C. R. (Cassoday, Butler, Lamb 

& Foster), 1414 Monadnock Blk. Har. 

ti808 and 6809 
*Himes, Isadore H. 1612 Ashland Blk. 

Cent. 5903 
Hinckley, Francis E. Asst. State's Atty. 

Criminal Court Bldg. Cent. 4870, and 

720 National Life Bldg. Ran. 6816 
Hindley, William, 725 Marquette Bldg. 

Cent. 392 and 393. Aut. 61-780 
Hine, Clint C. Lafayette, Ind. 
Hiner. Joseph W. (Hiner, Bunch & 

Latimer), 1717 Harris Trust Bldg. 

Ran. 3711 
*Hines, Patrick A. Archer Ave. Sav- 
ings Bk. 3517 Archer av. Yards 3859 
*Hinman, Jr. Benjamin P. (Hinman & 

Jameson). 43 Borden Blk. Ran. 3779 
*Hirsch, Milton M. (Hirsch & 

Schwartz), 1412 Harris Trust Bldg. 

Ran. 1973 
Hirschl, Marcus A. (Hirschl & Hirschl), 

612 Rector Bldg. Ran. 2411 
Hirschl Samuel D. (Hirschl & 

Hirschl), 612 Rector Bldg. Ran. 2411 
Hirtzel, Cora B. 1210 Hartford Bldg. 

Cent. 976. Aut. 41-811 
*Hitch, Marcus (Lackner, Butz, Von 

Ammon & McGregor). 901 Title & 

Trust Bldg. Cent. 696-697. Aut. 

41-532 
*Hoag, Parker H. (Ullman, Hoag & 

Davidson), 1305 Fisher Bldg. Har. 

236 
Hoaglund, Thompson W. 45-112 N. La 

Salle St. Main 2079. Aut. 32-511 
Hoagland, Wm. K. 429 The Rookery 

Bldg. Wabash 2367. Aut. 51-381 
*Hochbaum, Edward A. 507 Cham. 

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Hodges, Gilbert T. 612 Commercial Nat. 

Bk. Bldg. Cent. 2379 
*Hodges, W. Scott, 1803 City Hall 

Square Bldg. Cent. 4054. Aut. 41-522 
Hoergstedt, Olof G. 1056 National Life 

Bldg. Ran. 4103 
Hoey, Michael H. 314 Manhattan Bldg. 

Har. 1998 
Hoffman, Bernard J. 3734 W. 13th St. 

Lawndale 8392 
Hoffman, Harold, 1437 S. Spaulding av. 

Lawndale 7870 
Hoffman. John M. 1307 Rector Bldg. 

Cent. 1256 
*Hoffman, Leo W. 1016-29 S. La Salle 

St. Ran. 5165, 5166. Aut. 36-371 ■ 
Hoffman. Richard Yates, 900-226 S. La 

Salle St. Wabash 2868 
*Hoffmann, Arthur C. 720 Stock Ex- 
change. Main 2756. Franklin 1905 
Hoffmann, Charles G. 1714-17 City Hall 

Square Bldg. Cent. 1411 
Hoffmann. Francis A. 1714-17 City Hall 

Square Bldg. Cent. 1411 
*Hofheimer, Zach, Asst. State's Atty. 

Cent. 4870 
*Hogan, Frank J. (Hogan & Hogan), 

816 Ashland Blk. Cent. 390. Aut. 

44-421 
Hogan, Robert E. Asst. State's Attv. 

Cent. 4870, and 712 Otis Bldg. Frank- 
lin 3240 
Hogan, Scott M. 607-35 S. Dearborn st. 

Cent. 5873. Aut. 44-106 
Hogan, Thomas A. 610 Tacoma Bldg. 

Franklin 3873. Aut. 31-243 
Hogan, Thomas S. (Hogan & Hogan), 

816 Ashland Blk. Cent. 390. Aut. 

44-421 
Hoglund, John H. 408 Roanoke Bldg. 

Ran. 4525 
Hoig. William F. (Pope, Hoig, Fuller 

& Nichols), 505-25 N. Dearborn st. 

Cent. 3816 
*Holcomb. Herbert W. 1408 Title & 

Trust Bldg. Cent. 5045. Aut. 48-472 
*Holden. Chas. R. (Kraus, Alschuler & 

Holden), 1230-48 Tribune Bldg. Cent. 

1825 
Holden. H. P. 810-115 S. La Salle st. 

Cent. 4935 
Holden. Hale, C. B. & Q. R. R. offices, 

547 W. Jackson blvd. Wabash 4400 
*Holden. Walter S. (Rush & Holden), 

1110 Title & Trust Bldg. Ran. 1458 
*Holden, Wm. H. (Holden & Buzzell), 

901 Hartford Bldg. Cent. 7088. Aut. 

43-659 
Holder, Leroy W. (Baker & Holder), 

833 First Nat. Bk. Bldg. Ran. 2266. 

Aut. 44-243 



*Holdom, Jesse, (Holdom, Manierre & 
Pratt), 1008 Harris Trust Bldg. Ran. 
5959 

Holland, John Everett (Holland & But- 
terworth), 1215 First Nat. Bk. Bldg. 
Ran. 2550. Aut. 42-638 

Holleb, A. Paul, 1415 Ashland Blk. 
Cent. 3916. Aut. 41-371 

*Hollen, Richard H. (Hollen & Mas- 
sen), 1030 National Life Bldg. Ran. 
6890 

Hollett, George L. Evanston, 111. 

*Hollett, R. P. (Hollett, Sauter & Hen- 
kel), 1401-4 Otis Bldg. Main 3044 

Hollis, O. D. (Cowan & Hollis), 601-4 
Otis Bldg. Franklin 3297 

*Hollock, Roland M. 1037 First Nat. Bk. 
Bldg. Ran. 1394 

*Hollv. Wm. H. (Mills & Holly), 828 
Uni'ty Bldg. Cent. 1332. Aut. 43-012 

Holman, John L. 1402, 8 S. Dearborn 
St. Cent. 866 and 868 

Holmes, George B. 1418 Harris Trust 
Bldg. Ran. 1934 

Holmes, Robert H. 316 Roanoke Bldg. 
Cent. 44 

Holmes. Samuel S. 1501 Ashland Blk. 
Cent. 1228. Aut. 42-135 

*Holmes, Thos. J. (Holmes & Mix), 
412-35 N. Dearborn st. Cent. 4067 

Holt, Alfred E. 1040 Otis Bldg. Frank- 
lin 3468 

Holt, Wheeler & Sidley (Charles S. 
Holt. Arthur D. Wheeler and William 
P. Sidley), successors to the firms of 
Williams & Thompson and Williams, 
Holt & Wheeler, suite 1007 The Ta- 
coma Bldg. Main 2288 

*Holt, Chas. S. (Holt, Wheeler & Sid- 
ley), 1007 Tacoma Bldg. Main 228.S 

*Holt. Robt. N. 1040 Otis Bldg. Frank- 
lin 3468 

*Holter, Nels J. 1311 Ashland Blk. 
Main 4221 

Holton, Charles R. 1217 Westminster 
Bldg. Ran. 7520 

Holton, Harry L 1225 Marquette Bldg. 
Ran. 3153 

Honore, Adrian C. 721 People's Gas 
Bldg. Ran. 1789. Aut. 64-484 

*Honore, Lockwood, Judge Circuit 
Court. Franklin 3015 

Hood, Craig A. 519-58 W. Washington 
St. Cent. 3936, and Chicago Heights, 
111. Tel. 160 

Hood, Tames H. (Sass, Nicolai & Hood), 
508 Commercial Nat. Bk. Bldg. Ran. 
3778 

Hood, John D. 1727 Commercial Nat. 
Bk. Bldg. Cent. 4515 

*Hoover, Jonas O. 512 Ashland Blk. 
Ran. 1450. Aut. 41-613 



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Hoover, Jose W. 1409 City Hall Square 
Bldg. Ran. 7400 

♦Hoover, Loring R. Asst. Corporation 
Counsel. Main 447 and 512 Ashland 
Blk. Ran. 1450. Aut. 41-613 

Hoover, S. N. Mercantile Blk. Aurora, 
111. 

*Hopkins. Albert J. (Hopkins, Peffers 
& Hopkins), 616 Corn Exchange Bk. 
Bldg. Main 3146 and 2949 
■*Hopkins, Albert L. 925 The Temple. 
Main 181 

Hopkins, Alvah S. 315 W. Washington 
St. Main 1654 

Hopkins. Byron M. 1102 Schiller Bldg. 
Cent. 5882. Aut. 42-857 

Hopkins, Francis A. (Brown, Hopkins, 
Nissen & Sprinkle), 1124 Monadnock 
Blk. Har. 292 

*Hopkins, Jacob H. Judge Municipal 
Court. Franklin 2684 

Hopkins, James S. Master in Chancery 
U. S. District Court (Hopkins Pef- 
fers & Hopkins), 616 Corn Exchange 
Bk. Bldg. Main 3146 and 2949 

Hopkins, John L. 1407 Marquette Bldg. 
Ran. 1601. Aut. 61-131 

Hopkins. L. M. 1014-5 S. Wabash av. 
Ran. 2352 

*Horgan, Charles (Bailey, Horgan & 
Sullivan), 521 Ashland Blk. Cent. 
5819. Aut. 41-243 

*Horner, Henry, 821 Stock Exchange 
Bldg. Main 339. Aut. 30-642 

Horner. Wilbur N. 1317 First Nat. Bk. 
Bldg. Cent. 4470. Aut. 41-906 

*Hornstein, Leon, Asst. City Corpora- 
tion Counsel. Main 447 

Horton, Frank L. Law Dept. Swift & 
Co. Yards 4200 

*Horton, Judge Oliver H. 1523 Insur- 
ance Exchange Bldg. Wabash 1974. 
Aut. 580-332 

Horton, Walter S. 135 Park Row. Wa- 
bash 2200 

Hosier, Wiley E. 1709 Harris Trust 
Bldg. Ran. 7300 

Hosmer, E. D. (Died Aug. 28, 1912.) 

*Hostetter. Earl D. (Brundage, Wilker- 
son & Cassels), 1145 The Rookerv. 
Wabash 2571. Aut. 53-930 

Hostetter, S. E. 6233 Monroe av. Mid- 
way 2826 

Hotchkiss, Miley E. 249 Railway Ex- 
change Bldg. Har. 189. Aut. 63-908 

Hough, George H. (Anderson & 
Hough), 1108 Association Bldg. Ran. 
726 

♦Houlihan, Francis J. (Rosenthal & 
Kurz), 1104 Rector Bldg. Cent. 2561. 
Aut. 61-851 

Hou?e, Arthur A. 1509 Ashland Blk. 
Ran. 1550 



*Houston. John W. 1031-6 Unity Bldg. 

Cent. 5312. Aut. 44-345 
Houze, Elmer E. 601-21 N. La Salle 

St. Main 261 
*Hovey, Fred B. 1201-6 Title & Trust 

Bldg. Ran. 440. Aut. 42-418 
Howard, Celia M. 675 Federal Bldg. 

Har. 4700 
Howard, Einar C. (Rankin, Howard & 

Donnelly), 606 118 N. La Salle st. 

Main 3037 
♦Howard, Hans L. 810 Corn Exchange 

Bk. Bldg. Main 5100 
Howard, Hubert (Haase & Howard), 

1124 Otis Bldg. Franklin 3971 
Howard, John Corse, 1321 First Nat. 

Bk. Bldg. Cent. 1603 
Howard, Martin, 857 Belden ave. Lin- 
coln 4048 
*Howe, Beverly W. 45 Dearborn St. 

Sta. Har. 3690 
♦Howe, Herbert D. (Glennon, Cary, 

Walker & Howe), 520, 536 La Salle 

St. Station. Wabash 4200 
Howe, Robert E. 2017 Insurance Ex- 
change. Wabash 1471 
Howe, Samuel J. 1502-3 Ft. Dearborn 

Bldg. Ran. 2305 
♦Howe, Thos. F. (Howe, Fordham & 

Kreamer), 806 Hartford Bldg. Ran. 

3668 
Howell, James W. 629 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Cent. 1150 
Hower, Peter J. 1928 Insurance Exch. 

Bldg. Wabash 272 
Hoy, Alfred C. 42 Borden Blk. Ran. 

5108 
Hoy, Charles Ross, 7811 Lowe av. 

Stewart 3131 
♦Hoyne, Maclay, State's Atty. Cook 

County, Criminal Court Bldg. Cent. 

4870 
♦Hoyne, Thomas M. (Hoyne, O'Connor 

& Irwin), 1007 Stock Exchange Bldg. 

Main 692 
Hoynes, William, 323 Reaper Blk. 

Cent. 2722, and Law Department Uni- 
versity of Notre Dame, Ind. 
Hoyt, Frank W. 800-115 S. Dearborn 

St. Cent. 6263 
Hruby, J. O. Jr. (Zeman & Hruby), 

810-25 N. Dearborn st. Ran. 3742. 

Aut. 44-026 
Hubbard, Albert G. 600 W. Erie st. 

Dearborn 123 
Hubbard, Jacob J. 800 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Ran. 10. Aut. 42-161 
Hubliard, John D. 535 N. Dearborn av. 

(Am. Medical Assn.) North 884 
Hudson, Carleton, 734 First Nat. Bk. 

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*Hudson, Chas. 1709 City Hall Square 

Bldg. Cent. 1037 
Huening, Frank T. Asst. City Pros. 

Atty. Main 447, and 71 Metropolitan 

Blk. Main 1371. Aut. 31-092 
Huey, John S. 1601 Title & Trust Bldg. 

Ran. 4193. Aut. 41-327 
Huff, H. T. 1027 Insurance Exchange 

Bldg. Wabash 236. Aut. 54-639 
*Huff, Thomas D. (Huff. Cook & Slot- 
tow), 832-36 Stock Exchange Bldg. 

Main 1507 
*Hughes, Chas. 815 City Hall Square 

Bldg. Ran. 6565 
Hughes, G. R. H. 1308 Washington 

blvd. Haymarket 1133 
Hughes, W. T. 1025 La Salle St. Sta. 

Wabash 3210 
*Hulbert, Alfred Roy, 1624 Harris Trust 

Bldg. Ran. 5226 
*Hull, Morton Denison. 1206 Borland 

Bldg. Cent. 6689 
Hull, Walter S. 410-179 W. Washington 

St. Main 88 
Humburg, A. P. Atty I. C. R. R. 135 

Park Row. Wabash 2200 
*Hume, Frank L. (Thurman, Hume & 

Kennedy), 1702 Majestic Theater 

Bldg. Cent. 1558. Aut. 42-764 
Hummel, Frederick E. Ashland av. cor. 

Fulton St. West 1424 
*Hummeland, Andrew, 401-58 W. 

Washington st. Cent. 2591 
*Hummer, John S. Master in Chancery 

Superior Court, 710 Title & Trust 

Bldg. Cent. 592. Aut. 43-093 
Humphrey, Arthur, Los Angeles. Cal. 
Humphrey. John, 1311 Ashland Blk. 

Main 4221 
Humphrey. John M. 718 Reaper Blk. 

Ran. 1122. Aut. 48-464 
Humphrey. Robert, 703 Title & Trust 

Bldg. Cent. 4880 
*Humphrey, Wirt E. Master in Chan- 
cery Superior Ct. 1311 Ashland Blk. 

Main 4221 
Hunt, Earl O. 720 Western Union Bldg. 

Wabash 700 
Hunt, M. E. 524 National Life Bldg. 

Cent. 4108-9. Aut. 30-840 
Hunter, Wm. Boyd, 1118 National Life 

Bldg. Cent. 3795 
Hunting, Richard C. (Hunting & 

Rehm). 1404 Association Bldg. Cent. 

6520, 6521, 6522 
Hupp, Frank L. 1504 Boriand Blk. 

Ran. 1480 
Hupp, Jacob M. 404-167 W. Washing- 
ton St. Franklin 200 
*Hurd, Harrv B. (Pam & Hurd), 859 

Rookery Bldg. Wabash 1094. Aut. 
51-402 



Hurford, Roland R. 510 Tacoma Bldg. 
Franklin 823. Aut. 34-804 

Hurford, Samuel R. 510 Tacoma Bldg. 
Franklin 823. Aut. 34-804 

Hurlburt, David (Hurlburt & Light- 
foot), 816 Association Bldg. Cent. 
219 

Hurlbut, Harry R. 1331 First Nat. Bl:. 
Bldg. Cent. 411. Aut. 42-502 

Hurley, Frank J. 303 N. State st. Cent. 
842 

Hurley, Timothy D. 820 Unity Bide. 
Ran. 3277 

Hurtubise, J. E. 1829 Stock Exchange 
Bldg. Main 1257 

Huss, Eugene, 1404 Association Bldg. 
Cent. 6520, 6521, 6522 

Huss, Matthew J. (Died Nov. 7, 1912.) 

*Hussey, Franklin B. 1334 First Nat. 
Bk. Bldg. Cent. 2792. Aut. 43-431 

Huszagh, Harold D. 712 Chi. Opera 
House Bldg. Main 2903. Aut. 34-181 

*Huszagh, Rudolph D. 712 Chi. Opera 
House Bldg. Main 2903. Aut. 34-181 

Huszagh, Victor L. 712-32 N. Clark st. 
Main 2903. Aut. 34-181 

Hutchins, Dimmitt C. (Hutchins & Rip- 
pel), 1014 Association Bldg. Cent. 582 

*Hutchins, James C. Atty. Illinois Trust 
& Savings Bk. room 5. Wabash 4u60 

Hutchins, Paul V. 2738 Ballou st. 

*Hutchinson. A. K. 1137 The Rookerv. 
Wabash 2571. Aut. 53-930 

*Hutchinson, Charies G. 506-7 Ft. Dear- 
born Bldg. Cent. 5669. Belmont 2706 

Hutchinson, Everett R. 19 W. Huron st. 

Hutchison, Tames F. 810 Tacoma Bldg. 
Franklin 948 

*Hutson, Willis H. (Mather & Hut- 
son), 901-4 Otis Bldg. Main 1476 

*Huttmann, Henry W. (Huttmann. 
Butters & Carr), 1518-20 Harris 
Trust Bldg. Ran. 4915. Aut. 53- 501 

Huttner, Robert L. 1420 Ashland Blk. 
Cent. 6748. Aut. 48-896 

Huxley, Henry M. 715 Monadnock 
Blk. Har. 4621 

Huxmann, Paul J. 226 Reaper Blk. Ran. 
2907 

Hwass, Lauritz P. (Hwass & Luebeck), 
510 Ashland Blk. Ran. 1306 

*Hyde, Chas. Cheney, 711 Merchants' 

L. & Trust Bldg. Cent. 2446 
*Hyde, James W. 1407 Marquette Bldg. 
Ran. 1601. Aut. 61-131 

Hvde, John, 510 Corn Exchange Bk. 

Bldg. Franklin 230 
*Hvzer, Edward M. 502-226 W. Jack- 
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Icelv, Albert E. 182-2 Commercial Nat. 

Bk. Bldg. Cent. 348 and 3981 
*Ickes. Harold L. (Richbera:. Ickes & 

Richberg), 1304 Rector Bldg. Ran. 

470 
Ida, Arthur C. 1200-76 W. IMonroe st. 

Cent. 6002 
*Igoe. M. L. 1201 Title & Trust Bldg. 

Ran. 440 
*Iles. Robert S. (lies & Martin), 702 

Rector Bldg. Ran. 6169 
Iliff, George F. 352 N. Michigan av. 

Cent. 4009 
Immel, Joseph P. 1003 Schiller Bldg. 

Ran. 1940. 1941. Aut. 4.3-372 
Immenhausen, Herbert G. 1502 Borland 

Bldg. Ran. 599 
Ingraham. A. H. 725 Wenonah av. Oak 

Park. 111. Oak Park 3522-R 
Ine. Henry, 1824 S. Lawndale av. Lawn- 
dale 6483 
Ingram. J. E. 1410-69 W. Washington 

St. Cent. 1991. Aut. 41-460 
Ingram, Tr. J. E. 1418 Harris Trust 

Bldg. Ran. 1934 
*Innes, Alexander J. 1600 Westminster 

Bldg. Ran. 2124 and 5653. Aut. 

63-073 
loas, Charles, 306-339 S. Wabash av. 

Har. 3707. Aut. 68-612 
Irose, Joseph D. 1313 Ft. Dearborn 

Bldg. Ran. 228 
Irose. Paul, 1622 Unity Bldg. Aut. 

41-281 
Irrmann, John A. 723-118 N. La Salle 

St. Franklin 2114 
Irvin. William, 3802 Forest av. Douglas 

9443 
♦Irving, S. C. (Simmons 8z Irving), 

1652 Otis Bldg. Main 1488 
*Irwin. Harry D. (Hoyne. O'Connor & 

Irwin). 1007 Stock Exchange Bldg. 

Main 692 
*Irwin, Roval W. (Irwin & Koralski). 

1909 City Hall Square Bldg. Ran. 

3887 
♦Isaacs, Martin J. Master in Chancery 

Superior Court (Silber, Isaacs, Sil- 

ber & Woley), 1023 Home Ins. Bldg. 

Cent. 6144 
Isham. Lincoln & Beale, 1700-72 W. 

Adams st. Ran. 425 
Israel. Fred, 1407 Kesner Bldg. Ran. 

4661 
♦Ives. Morse, 1317 Ashland Blk. Cent. 

6544. Aut. 41-985 



Jacker, Richard J. 1102 Monadnock Blk. 
Har. 5656 

*Jackson, Charles H. (Burke, Jackson 
& Burke), 1002 Hartford Bldg. Cent. 
413 and 5296. Aut. 43-902 

Jackson, David H. (Chipman & Jack- 
son), 1206 Tribune Bldg. Cent. 287 

Jackson, Jr., Edwin D. 432 National 
Life Bldg. Ran. 3338 

Jackson. Elmer E. (Dent & Jackson), 
610 Portland Blk. Cent. 1274 

Jackson, Fred D. 1317 First Nat. Bk. 
Bldg. Cent. 4470. Aut. 41-906 

*Jackson, John L. (Adams & Jackson), 
1147 Monadnock Blk. Har. 146. Aut. 
64-759 

Jackson, Leigh H. 1009 Cham. Com- 
merce. Main 3989 

♦Jackson, Samuel Spencer, 940 Com- 
mercial Nat. Bk. Bldg. Ran. 6960 

♦Jackson, Samuel W. 901-179 W. Wash- 
ington St. Main 4793. Aut. 36-496 

Jackson, Walter M. 309 Reaper Blk. 
Cent. 381. Aut. 44-711 

Jackson. Wm. A. 1001 Otis Bldg. 
Franklin 3670 

Jackson, William H. 5726 Monroe av. 
Hyde Park 3631 

♦Jacobs, Laurence B. Asst. U. S. Dist. 
Atty. 826 Federal Bldg. Har. 4700 

Jacobs, ^I. M. (Jacobs & Turney), 1234 
First. Nat. Bk. Bldg. Ran. 7540 

♦Jacobs, Walter H. (Winston, Pavne, 
Strawn & Shaw), 1400 First Nat. Bk. 
Bldg Cent. 828 

Jacobson, David, 806-36 W. Randolph st. 
Cent. 4580. Aut. 44-726 

Jacobson, John, 5451 Rice st. Austin 
10971 

Jacobsen, John N. Jr. 1628 N. Halsted 
St. Lincoln 708 

Jacobson, Lewis F. (Heldman, Jacob- 
son & Grafif), 1016 The Temple. 
Franklin 3520. Aut. 51-622 

Jafife, Jacob H. (Maddock & Jaffe),625 
New York Life Bldg. Ran. 1048. 
Aut. 32-008 

Jaffe, Julius, Asst. City Pros. Atty. 
Main 447. and 616 Reaper Blk. Ran. 
3846. Aut. 42-683 

Jaffie. Louis, 430-7 First Nat. Bk. Bldg. 
Cent. 248. Aut. 42-794 

James. Robert J. 5-226 W. Jackson blvd. 
Wabash 3408 

♦Jameson. John A. (Hinman & Jame- 
son), 43 Borden Blk. Ran. 3779 

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*Jamieson, Stillman B. Master in Chan- 
cery Circuit Ct. 1506 Ashland Blk. 
Cent. 1607. Aut. 44-597 

Jamieson, W. S. 940 The Rookery. Wa- 
bash 3814. Aut. 52-142, 52-143 

*JampoHs. Robert R. 309 Harris Trust 
Bldg. Ran. 3012 

Jandus, Cyril R. Chief Clerk Probate 
Ct. Franklin 3015, and 910 City Hall 
Square Bldg. Ran. 2330 

*Janiszeski, Frank H. 901-179 W. Wash- 
ington St. Main 4793. Aut. 36-496 

Janowicz, Stephen, 508 Ashland Blk. 
Cent. 608. Aut. 47-406 

Jarecki, Edmund K. 1012 Rector Bldg. 
Ran. 2675 

Jaros, Ferdinand W. 58 Borden Blk. 
Cent. 2813. Aut. 41-562 

♦Jarrell, James T. (Jarrell & McNeil"), 
1317 First Nat. Bk. Bldg. Cent. 4470. 
Aut. 41-906 

*Jarrett, D. I. (Deming & Tarrett), 1508 
Ashland Blk. Ran. 1550 

*Jarvis, Wm. B. 304 Strauss Bldg. 
Main 2505. Aut. 36-323 

Jayne, Lawrence, 1200 Westminster 
Bldg. Cent. 1091 

*Jedlan, John W. (Jedlan & Stelk\ 728 
Reaper Blk. Cent. 5764. Aut. 44-367 

*Jefferson, C. S. 1335 Railway Exchange 
Bldg. Har. 6162 

*Jeffery, James C. (Jeffery & Campbell), 
1356 First Nat. Bk. Bldg. Ran. 3307. 
Aut. 44-680 

*Jeffreys, Ivor, 1007 Tacoma Bldg. Main 
2288 

*Jenkins, Geo. R. 1311 Marquette Bldg. 
Ran. 6098 

Jenkins, William, 1352 Otis Bldg. Main 
1134 

*Jenks, Anson B. 1308 City Hall Square 
Bldg. Cent. 2573 

Jenks, Chancellor L. 1101-4 Stock Ex- 
change Bldg. Main 1107 

Jenks, Charles B. 2101 Majestic The- 
ater Bldg. Ran. 6984 

*Jennings, Everett. Asst. State's Atty. 
Criminal Court Bldg. Cent. 4870. and 
(Jennings & Fifer), 1501-4 City Hall 
Square Bldg. Cent. 3031. Aut. 47-148 

*Jennings, Wm. A. 510 Title & Trust 
Bldg. Cent. 2611. Aut. 43-297 

Jerka. Daniel S. 722 First Nat. Bk. 
Bldg. Ran. 3748 

*Tetzinger. David, 1612 Ashland Blk. 
"Cent. 5903 

Jewett, Samuel R. 437 The Rookery. 
Wabash 4477 

Jirka, Harold W. 1335 Railway Ex- 
change Bldg. Har. 6162 

*Job, Fred W- 832 Marquette Bldg. 
Cent. 8271. Aut. 61-284 



Jochum, Jr. J. H. 832 Marquette Bldg. 
Cent. 3271. Aut. 61-284 

Johns, Luther L. 723 Monadnock Blk. 
Har. 20 

Johnson, Alton F. 232 N. Halsted st. 
Monroe 3500 

Johnson. Alex F. 1222-24 Unity Bldg. 
Cent. 2343 Aut. 43-809 

Johnson, C. Helmer, 315-179 W. Wash- 
ington St. Main 1347. Aut. 34-151 

Johnson, Clarence J. 4749 Magnolia av. 

*Johnson, Elwyn H. 1212 First Nat. Bk. 
Bldg. Cent, 813 

*Johnson, Edwin' L. 1605 Marquette 
Bldg. Cent. 406 

Johnson, Francis Emil, 1420 First Nat. 
Bk. Bldg. Cent. 6832 

*Johnson, Frank Asbury, 5817 Monroe 
av. Hyde Park 69 

Johnson, George C. 1125-27 Stock Ex- 
change Bldg. Main 2849 

^Johnson, George E. Q. (Smietanka, 
Johnson, Molthrop & Polkey), 610 
Title & Trust Bldg. Ran. 3296, 3297 

Johnson, H. McClure. 1620 Corn Ex- 
change Bk. Bldg. Main 1995 

Johnson, T. Arthur, 610 Title & Trust 
Bldg. Ran. 3296 and 3297 

*Johnson, Julius A. 1115-112 W. Adams 
St. Ran. 3552 

Johnson, Loomis C. St. Louis, Mo. 

Johnson, Nels J. 1031 Unity Bldg. Cent. 
5312. Aut. 44-345 

Johnson. Peter J. 61-106 N. La Salle st. 
Main 3004 

Johnson, Reginald E. 204-184 W. Wash- 
ington St. Franklin 1019 

Johnson, Robert P. 2808 Diversey av. 

Johnson, Rush Benjamin, 45 Dearborn 
Station. Har. 3690 

*Johnson, Stewart, 301-69 W. Washing- 
ton St. Ran. 2707 • 

Johnson, Theodore, 1227 First Nat. Bk. 
Bldg. Cent. 517 

*Johnson, Thomas J. Asst. Atty. San- 
itarv District. Wabash 1320, and 615 
Ashland Blk. Ran. 3418 

Johnson. Walter M. (Bull & Johnson), 
1113 The Rookery. Wabash 1676 

*Johnson, W. O. 1113 The Rookery. 
Wabash 1676 

*Johnson, Wm. Daniel, 1002-19 S. La 
Salle St. Ran. 4861. Aut. 31-220 

Johnson, Wm. H. 429 Stock Exchange 
Bldg. Main 1629 

Johnson, Wm. M. 1011 Ashland Blk. 
Cent. 2341. Aut. 41-427 

Johnson William S. 657 First Nat. Bk. 
Bldg. Cent. 2232 

Johnson, Wm. W. 720 W. 12th st. 
Haymarket 8778 



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Johnston. Bernard F. 901 Hartford 

Bldg. Cent. 7088. Aut. 43-659 
♦Johnson, Chas. C. (Lackner, Butz, 

Von Ammon & McGregor), 901 Title 

& Trust Bldg. Cent. 696-G97. Aut. 

41-532 
*Johnston, Edward R. (Gregory, Pop- 

penhusen & McNab). 1103 Title & 

Trust Bldg. Ran. 1660 and 1661. Aut. 

41-452 
*Johnston, Jr. Frank. Asst. State's Atty. 

CriminarCourt Bldg. Cent. 4870 
*Johnston. IMorris L. 1007 Stock Ex- 

ch.-inge Bldg. Main 692 
Johnston, Wm. M. (Wm. M. & Wm. S. 

Johnston), 53 Metropolitan Blk. Main 

4106 
Johnston, Wm. S. (Wm. M. & Wm. S. 

Johnston), 53 Metropolitan Blk. Main 

4106 
Johnston, Wm. Walter. Lebanon, Pa. 
*Johns*one. Frederic Bruce (Runnels, 

Burrv & Johnstone), 925 The Temple. 

Main 181 
Jonas. Edgar A. (Jonas & Hess). 1313- 

19 Ft. Dearborn Bldg. Ran. 226, 227, 

228 
Jonas, Sigmund S. (Jones & Freudlich), 

406 The Temple. Franklin 2979 
Jones. Carroll H. 404 Royal Ins. Bldg. 

Wabash 3347 
Jones. Chas. J. Asst. County Atty. 507 

County Bldg. Franklin 3015 
Jones, David B. 1111 Marquette Bldg. 

Ran. 1429 
*Jones, De Witt C. (Tones, Kerner & 

Posyic), 402 Rector Bldg. Ran. 6634 
Jones. Don K. 900-226 S. La Salle st. 

Wabash 2868 
Jones. Edward A. 1307 Ft. Dearborn 

Bldg. Ran. 273 
Jones, Edward D. 5944 W. Erie st. 
Jones, Edward G. Jacksonville, Fla. 
Jones, Edward J. 1102 Karpen Bldg. 

Har. 4117-8 
*Jones, Frank H. Secretary Continental 

& Coml. Trust & Savings Bk. Ran. 

4606 
Jones, Frederick A. 908-175 W. Tackson 

blvd. Wab. 940. Aut. 580-358 
Jones, George B. 1445 Monadnock Blk. 

Har. 283. Aut. 64-553 
Jones, Grahame. London, England 
Jones, Harrison F. 7th floor McCormick 

Bldg. Har. 5115 
Jones, John G. 3717 Armour av. 
Jones, Nicholas R. 1400 Ft. Dearborn 

Bldg. Cent. 4282 
*Jones, Nathaniel M. 1201 Merchants L. 

& T. Bldg. Cent. 2338 
Jones, Roland, 7300 Yale av. Went- 

worth 6412 



*Jones, S. Minot, 1415 Marquette Bldg. 
Cent. 2822 

Jones, Thomas D. 1111 Marquette Bldg. 
Ran. 1429 

Jones, Walter D. 310 Reaper Blk. Ran. 
2357 Aut. 48-339 

*Jones, W. Clyde (Jones. Addington, 
Ames & Seibolt), 1610 Ft. Dearborn 
Bldg. Ran. 45 

Jonesi, Wm. A. 918 Cham. Commerce 
Bldg. Main 2449. Aut. 32-310 

Jordan, Isaac M. 815 Marquette Bldg. 
Cent. 5763. Aut. 62-559 

Jordan, Frank T. 506 Rector Bldg. Cent. 
707 

Josenhans, Edward, 6158 S. Halsted st. 
Normal 2505 

Joseph, Jesse A. 1014 First Nat. Bk. 
Bldg. Cent. 6435, 6436. Aut. 43-078 

Jouvenat, Charles, 44-112 N. La Salle 
St. Main 5368 

Joyner, Albert B. (Ammen. Streyck- 
mans & Joyner), 800 Schiller Bldg. 
Ran. 6714 and 6715 

*Tudah, Noble B. (Judah, Willard, 
Wolf & Reichmann), 1501 Corn Ex- 
change Bk. Bldg. Franklin 205. Aut. 
54-656 

*Judah, Jr. Noble B. (Judah, Willard, 
Wolf & Reichmann), 1501 Corn Ex- 
change Bk. Bldg. Franklin 205. Aut. 
54-656 

Judd, Edward S. 2d floor 40 N. Dear- 
born St. Cent. 24. Aut. 42-767 

Judy, G. Thomas, 401 E. Ohio st. North 
4091 

*Julien, B. Francis, 517-192 N. Clark st. 
Main 1310 

Junkin, F. T. A. 1011 Railway Exchange 
Bldg. Har. 4910 

Jurgens, Otto W. (Wyman, Jurgens & 
Carpenter), 1409 City Hall Square 
Bldg. Ran. 7400 

Juul, Herbert V. (Juul & Juul), 916 As- 
sociation Bldg. Ran. 3732 

Juul, Neils (Juul & Juul), 916 As- 
sociation Bldg. Ran. 3732 

Juul, Roy A. (Juul & Juul), 916 As- 
sociation Bldg. Ran. 3732 



K 



Kadow, Z. H. Asst. City Pros. Atty. 

Main 447, and 27-154 W. Randolph st. 

Franklin 2310. Aut. 31-048 
Kagy, David D. (Harris, Dodds & 

Kagy), 1317-24 Unity Bldg. Cent. 

2018 
Kahane, Benjamin B. 1808 City Hall 

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Kahn, Harry (Kahn & Murphy), 9154 

Commercial av. South Chicago 176 
*Kahn. Julius M. 309 Harris Trust 

Bldg. Ran. 3012 
Kahn, Louis (Kahn & Murphy), 9154 

Commercial av. So. Chicago 176 
Kahn, Louis L. 906-6 N. Clark st. 

Franklin 3230. Aut. 31-670 
*Kaiser, William E. 1602 Ft. Dearborn 

Bldg. Cent. 2058. Aut. 52-878 
*Kales. Albert Martin (Kales. Kelly & 

Hale), 1616 Marquette Bldg. Cent. 

5136 
Kallum, Fred T. E. Commercial Bank 

Bids.. Blue Island. B. L 294 
Kampmeier, Ernest O. 1317 First Nat. 

Bk. Bldg. Cent. 4470 
Kanaley, Byron V. 208 Cham. Com- 
merce. Main 171 
Kandlik, George, 512-40 N. Dearborn 

St. Ran. 6757 
Kandlik, Ludmil, 2361 Milwaukee av. 

Humboldt 1689 
Kane, John H. 64-54 W. Randolph st. 

Cent. 5394. Ant. 44-410 
Kane, Robert J. 21 S. La Salle sl. Cent. 

3189 
*Kannally, M. V. (Burton, Kannally & 

Megan), 1620 Ashland Blk. Cent. 

1490 
*Kaplan. Jacob (Kaplan & Kaplan), 

1105 Ashland Blk. Ran. 4962. Aut. 

43-366 
*Kaplan, Nathan D. (Kaplan & Kap- 
lan), 1105 Ashland Blk. Ran. 4962. 

Aut. 43-366 
Kappes, Leo J. 3160 N. Clark st. Lake 

View 1575 
Kapsa, L. A. 37-45 Metropolital Blk. 

Main 2662. Aut. 33-635 
Karasek, Ferdinand J. 910 Ashland Blk. 

Cent. 6630. Aut. 44-007 
*Karcher, George H. with Central Trust 

Co. Bank. Ran. 2976 
Kasan, Marcus, 610-12 Reaper Blk. Ran. 

3330 
Kasmar, Gerard A. 715 City Hall Square 

Bldg. Ran. 6575 
*Kasper, Fred J. (Pain, Campbell & 

Kasper), 1301 First Nat. Bk. Bldg. 

Ran. 266 and 267 
Kaspers, Lambert, 808-167 W. Wash- 
ington St. Main 4084 
Kastner, Miles E. 212-136 W. Lake st. 

Main 4473. Aut. 34-649 
*Katz, Jacob (Whiteside & Katz), 1514 

Association Bldg. Ran. 3509 
Kaufmann. N. A. 409 Ashland Blk. 

Main 981 
Kaufman, O. M. (Plotke & Kautfman), 

803 Opera House. Main 3232 



Kavanagh, Chas. J. 1213 Tacoma Bldg. 
Franklm 342 

*Kavanagh, Marcus, Judge Superior Ct. 
Franklin 3015 

Kaveney, M. W. 527 Reaper Blk. Cent. 
2578. Aut. 48-364 

Kay, Fred H. 1411 Ashland Blk. Cent. 
45. Aut. 41-607 

Kealy, Eugene P. 1124 National Life 
Bldg. Cent. 310 

Kearney, Peter E. 3500 W. Congress st. 
Kedzie 7589 

*Kearns, Hugh J. Judge MunicipaP 
Court. Franklin 2684 

*Keats, Harry G. Asst. to Judge Pro- 
bate Ct. Franklin 3015. Local 85. 
Res. Tel. Austin 20414 

Keck, Hiram L 1006-179 W. Washing- 
ton St. Alain 4166 

Keedy, Edwin R. N. W. Law School, 
3d fl. 31 W. Lake st. Ran. 4377 

Keefe, W. B. 900 The Temple. Mairt 
3815. Aut. 51-107 

*Keehn, Roy D. 1151 Otis Bldg. Frank- 
lin 85 

Keeler, Harris S. 315 Plymouth Ct. 
Har. 8260 

Keeley, Wm. E. 802-118 N. La Salle 
St. Main 3111. Aut. 32-313. Midway 
642 

Keenev, J. P. 3159 Michigan av. Doug- 
las 3342 

Keeney, Perry H. (Calhoun, Lyford & 
Sheean), 940 The Rookery. Wabash 
3814. Aut. 52-142, 52-143 

Kehoe, Arthur T. Probate Court clerk's 
office. Franklin 3015 

*Kehoe, John E. 1334 First Nat. Bk. 
Bldg. Cent. 2792. Aut. 43-431 

Kehoe, Miles, 1358 S. Ashland av. Ca- 
nal 261 

Keith, Edwin D. 59 Elm st. North 
3732 

Kelleher, D. C 445 Stock Exchange 
Bldg. Main 4078. Aut. 33-686 

Keller, Albert H. 433 S. Wabash av. 
Har. 2711 

Kelley, Edward J. 1005 Unity Bldg. 
Ran. 3203 

Kelley, Edward J. 3345 Park av. Ked- 
zie 9252 

Kelley, Joseph L. 805-10 Corn Exchange 
Bk. Bldg. Main 5100 

*Kelley, Phyllis M. Probate Ct. Frank- 
lin 3015. Local 68 

Kellogg, Robert D. 1108 Fisher Bldg. 
Har. 7748. Aut. 61-402 

*Kelly, Augustus, 816 National Life 
Bldg. Ran. 6144, 6145. Aut. 30-285 

*Kelly, Edmund P. 1011 The Rookery. 
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Kelly, Edward P. 612-186 N. La Salle 

St. Franklin 315 
Kellv. George A. 1400 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Cent. 828 
♦Kellv. George T. (Kales, Kelly & 
Hale), 1616 Marquette Bldg. Cent. 
5136 
Kelly, Jas. J. 1001 Title & Trust Bldg. 

Cent. 1489. Aut. 47-337 
Kellv, John J. M. 1308 Marquette Bldg. 

Cent. 364 
Kendall, Arthur J. 622 Reaper Blk. 

Cent. 5925 
Kendall, Geo. M. 622 Reaper Blk. Cent. 

5925 
Kendall, Wm. 450 Rookery Bldg. Wa- 
bash 2880 
Kennard, J. A. 20 E. Goethe st. Dear- 
born 6324 
♦Kennedy, Henry H. (Moses, Rosenthal 
& Kennedy), 600 to 614 The Temple. 
Main 365. Aut. 51-449 
Kennedy, James F. 1646 Tribune Bldg. 

Cent. 272 
Kennedy, Thomas C. (Thurman, Hume 
& Kennedy), 1702 Majestic Theater 
Bldg. Cent. 1558. Aut. 42-764 
Kennedy, Wm. A. 235 N. Sacramento 

blvd. 
Kent, Wm. W. 35-106 N. La Salle st. 

Main 1275 
Kenyon, Moses D. 2026 W. Madison st. 

West 279 
*Keogh, Jas. B. (Keogh & Fairbank), 
1004 Merchants' Loan & Trust Bldg. 
Cent. 1217 
Keogh, Thomas J. Armour & Co. Union 

Stock Yards. Yards 4100 
Keough, Francis M. 1418 Ashland Blk. 

Cent. 6421 
*Keough, W. C. H. 1518 Ashland Blk. 

Cent. 245. Aut. 42-886 
Kerber, Louis H. Jr. 1912 North Amer- 
ican Bldg. Cent. 3717 
Kerley, L. R. WOd Harris Trust Bldg. 

Cent. 4164. Ran. 5106. Aut. 58-343 
Kern, Jncob J. (Kern & Clare), 1, 4-54 

W. Randolph st. Ran. 194 
Kerner, Otto ('Tones, Kerner & Posvic), 

402 Rector Bldg. Ran. 6634 
Kerr, Robert D. 804 City Hall. Frank- 
lin 2684 
♦Kerr, Robert J. (Kerr & Kerr), 860 

115 S. La Salle st. Main 1550. 
♦Kerr, Samuel (Kerr & Kerr), 860-115 

S. La Salle st. Main 1550 
Kerr. William Dunton, 860-115 S. La 

Salle St. Main 1550 
♦Kcrsten. George, Judge Criminal Ct. 

Franklin 3015 
Kesler, Edward C. 1522 Tribune Bldg. 
Cent. 5116. Aut. 42-052 



Kessler. Fred J. 3418 W. Fullerton av. 

Belmont 500 
Kettenhofen, Clemens B. 431-4 Stock 
Exchange Bldg. Main 4564. Aut. 
33-G44 
Kettles, Arthur W. 800 Schiller Bldg. 

Ran. 6714, 6715 
Keves, Carlyle (Follansbee & Keyes), 

1510-19 S. La Salle st. Cent. 3551 
♦Kies, William S. 45 Dearborn Station. 

Har. 3690 
Killelea, Geo. W. 821 Stock Exchange 

Bldg. Main 339. Aut. 30-642 
♦Kimball, Elmer Allen, 1301 Unity Bldg. 

Cent. 6799. Aut. 81-083 
Kimball. George D. 1701 105 S. La Salle 

St. Cent. 2252 
Kimball, George T. 326 Postal Telegraph 

Bldg. Har. 1748 
Kimbark, D. Avery (Heren & Kim- 
bark), 1205 Ft. Dearborn Bldg. Ran. 
446 
♦Kimbell. R. G. 3538 Fullerton av. Bel- 
mont 3955 
King, Albert A. 406-25 N. Dearborn st. 

Cent. 676. Aut. 41-088 
King, Chas. H. (King, Lamb & Gage), 
1311-12 Hartford Bldg. Cent. 692. 
Aut. 43-898 
♦King, Christopher (Culver, Andrews & 
King). 912, 916 N. Y. Life Bldg. Cent. 
668, 669 and 670. Aut. 32-001 
King. Florence, 1652-3 Monadnock Blk. 

Har. 2899 
King, Franklin C. 1872 Clybourne av. 

Lincoln 281 
King, Geo. G. (Parker & King), 1240 

Marquette Bldg. Cent. 2090 
♦King, Hoyt, 1601 Title & Trust Bldg. 

Ran. 4193 
♦King. Tohn C. fjohn C. & W. J. King), 
505-58 W. Washington st. Cent. 1929. 
Aut. 42-371 
King, Tr. John C. 505-58 W. Washing- 
ton St. Cent. 1929. Aut. 42-371 
King, Robert A. Milwaukee, Wis. 
♦King, Samuel B. 1329 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Cent. 411. Aut. 42-502 
King, Simeon W. 957 Monadnock Blk. 

Har. 2358 
♦King, William J. (John C. & W. J. 
King). 505-58 W. Washington st. 
Cent. 1929. Aut. 42-371 
Kinne, Harry C. 1406-7 Ashland Blk. 

Cent. 40.3. Aut. 41-117 
Kirk. Charles C. 537 Monadnock Blk. 

Har. 5829. Res. Seeley 2713 
♦Kirk. Walter C. (Armour & Co.), U. 

S. Yards. Yards 4100 
Kirk-land. Lloyd G. 1601 Title & Trust 
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*Kirkland, Weymouth (Rose, Symmes 

& Kirkland), 1510 Title & Trust Bldg. 

Cent. 1863. Aut. 42-335 
*Kirkman, ^I. J. 1409 Tribune Bldg. 

Ran. 3171 
Kixmiller, Wm. 1720 Harris Trust Bldg. 

Ran. 4950 
Klarkowski. Stanley H. 210 Home 

Bank Bldg. Milwaukee and Ashland 

avs. Monroe 1052 
Klawans, Julius R. 1305 Otis Bldg. 

Main 4198. Aut. 31-275 
Kleeman. Benton F. 1004 Ashland Blk. 

Cent. 4234 
Klein, John P. 816 Ashland Blk. Cent. 

6807. Aut. 44-421 
*Klein, Leo. 1907 City Hall Square 

Bldg. Ran. 2063 
*Klein, Wm. M. (West & Eckhart). 

1340 First Nat. Bk. Bldg. Cent. 646. 

Aut. 41-174 
*Klenha, Joseph Z. (Smejkal, Klenha & 

Krasa), 720 Reaper Blk. Cent. 7070 
Kline. Eugene F. (Felsenthal & Beck- 

with), 810 Chi. Title & Trust Bldg. 

Cent. 711. Aut. 41-141 
*Kline, Julius Reynolds, 1418 Ashland 

Blk. Cent. 6421 
Kline, Wilson L. 1206 Tribune Bldg. 

Cent. 287 
Kloss, Edward T. City Atty. Chicago 

Heights, 111. Tel. 616 
Klotz, Charles A. 824 National Life 

Bldg. Ran. 5500 
*Knapp, Kemper K. (Knapp & Camp- 
bell), 700 Com'l Nat. Bk. Bldg. Ran. 

400 
Knauer, Roy E. 6168 Evanston av. 

Edgewater 1011 
*Knecht. Otto G. 611 Roanoke Bldg. 

Cent. 2912 
*Knecbt, Samuel E. Sec'y State Bank 

of Chicago, Trust Dept. Washington 

and La Salle sts. Franklin 684 
Knight, Harrv D. 1317 Ashland Blk. 

Cent. 6544. 'Aut. 41-985 
Knight, Percy M. with Fort Dearborn 

T. & S. Bk. Ran. 4301, and 9144 

Commercial av. So. Chgo. 1146 
*Knight, Stephen C. 604-35 N. Dearborn 

St. Cent. 3036 
*Knight, Thomas D. 1411 Hyde Park 

blvd. 
Knobel, John Esher, 700 Harvester Bldg. 

Ran. 2644 
Knox. Loren H. 45-138 N. La Salle. 

Franklin .322 
*Knox, Samuel Frank (Knox & Hamil- 
ton), 415 First Nat. Bk. Bldg. Ran. 

558. Aut. 41-975 
*Knudson, Charles S. 1603 Ashland Blk. 

Cent. 2848. Aut. 44-265 



Kobick, Henry G. 5426 Justine st. 

Yards 4337 
*Koch, Michael, 614 Stock Exchange 

Bldg. ^lain 3385 
*Koch, Richard A. (Koch, Leedle & 

Rapp), 710-25 N. Dearborn st. Cent. 

3771. Aut. 43-323 
Kochka, Norbert F. 612 Reaper Blk. 

Ran. 3330 
*Kocourek, Albert, 84 E. Lake st. Cent. 

715. Aut. 43-553 
Koebel, Martin C. (Campe, Koebel & 

Mechling), 420 Ashland Blk. Cent. 

5210. Aut. 41-609 
Koehler, Philip. 318-118 N. La Salle st. 

Main 4490 
Koenigsberg, Samuel, 1002 Ashland Blk. 

Cent. 334 
*Koepke, Charles A. (Tatge & Koepke), 

903 Schiller Bldg. Cent. 1392. Aut. 

41-732 
*Kohlsaat, Christian C. Judge U. S. Cir- 
cuit Ct. of Appeals. Har. 4700 
*Kohlsaat, Edward C. (Calhoun, Lyford 

& Sheean), 940 The Rookery. Wa- 
bash 3814. Aut. 52-142, 52-143 
Kohn, Estelle R. New York City, N. Y. 
Kohn, Joseph, 504 Chicago Opera House 

Blk. Main 248. Aut. 32-429 
Kohn, J. Louis, 3158 W. 12th st. Gar- 
field 3950 
=^Kolar, Otto L. 1001-167 W. Washing- 
ton St. Main 3598 
Kolb. Robert F. 903 Schiller Bldg. Cent. 

1392. Aut. 41-732 
Kolb, Theodore A. 801 Unity Bldg. 

Cent. 5354. Aut. 42-973 
Kolm. Charles W. 1415 Marquette Bldg. 

Cent. 2822 
Kompare, Ralph F. 217-9206 Commercial 

av. S. Chicago 705 
*Kompel. Morris (Shaeffer, Kompel & 

Rosenberg), 1006 Ashland Blk. Ran. 

3176. Aut. 41-727 
*Kopf, Wm. P. Asst. Secy. Continental 

& Commercial Trust & Savings Bk. 

Ran. 4606 
*Koraleski. Frank W. (Irwin & Kora- 

leski), 1909 City Hall Square Bldg. 

Ran. 3337 
Koretz, Leo, 1000 Rector Bldg. Ran. 

5241. Aut. 63-387 
*Korn, Isaac E. 1002 Ashland Blk. Cent. 

334 
*Korshak, !Mi."x M. Asst. Corporation 

Counsel. Main 447 
Kositchek, Leo S. 1600 Am. Trust Bldg. 

Cent. 2780 
Koskoba, Edward C. Chicago Title & 

Trust Co. Cent. 4880 
Kracke, Arthur M. 1011 Rookerv. Wa- 
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♦Kraft, Albert A. 1037 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Cent. 3878. Aut. 43-247 
Kraft. Arthur C. (Kraft & Kraft), 

1408 Title & Trust Bldg. Cent. 6045. 

Aut. 48-472 
♦Kraft. Fred W. (Kraft & Kraft), 1408 

Title & Trust Bldg. Cent. 5045. Aut. 

48-472 
*Kraft, F. Wm. 1037 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Cent. 3873. Aut. 43-247 
Kraft, J. Henry, Asst. City Pros. Atty. 

Main 447 
Kralovec, Anna M. 2418 S. Central Park 

av. Lawndale 2772 
Kralovec. Emil G. 2128 Blue Island av. 

Canal 1152 
Kralovec, Geo. W. 2011 Laflin st. Canal 

4358 and 4359 
Kralovec, Otto J. 2128 Blue Island av. 

Canat 1152 
Kramer, Charles, 1412 Harris Trust 

Bldg. Ran. 1973 Aut. 52-243 
Kramer, Henry J. 1407 Bryan av. 
Kramer, Leo Joseph (Thompson, Kra- 
mer & Thompson), 809-12 City Hall 

Square Bldg. Ran. 2687. Aut. 41-337 
Krasa, Adolph J. (Smejkal, Klenka & 

Krasa), 1825 Blue Island av. Canal 

431 
Kratky, Alexander S. 1648 S. 40\h av. 

Lawndale 3188 
*Kraus, Adolph (Kraus, Alschuler & 

Holden), 1230-48 Tribune Bldg. Cent. 

1825 
Kraus, Samuel, 1340 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Cent. 646. Aut. 41-174 
Krause, John Jacob (Krause Savings 

Bank), 1341 Milwaukee av. Haymar- 

ket 527 
Krause. John O. (Krause Savings 

Bank), 1.341 Milwaukee av. Haymar- 

ket 527, 528 
*Krauss, Max, 1.511-12 Ft. Dearborn 

Bldg. Ran. 4092 
Kreamer, Ernest L. (Howe, Fordham & 

Kreamer), 806 Hartford Bldg. Ran. 

3668 
Kreitzer, John L. 140 S. State st. Cent. 

5082 
*Kremer, Charles E. (Kremer & Green- 
field) (Admiralty), 1016 Insurance 

Exchange. Wabash 3742. Aut. 580- 

449 
Kremer, Frederick M. 920 The Rook- 
ery. Wabash 1800 
*Krctzinger, Geo. W. (Kretzinger & 

Kretzinger), 919 Monadnock Blk. 

Har. 242. Aut. 64-588 
Kretzinger, Jr. Geo. W. (Kretzinger & 

Kretzinger), 919 Monadnock Blk. 

Har. 242. Aut. 64-588 



*Kriete, Geo. H. 1601-6 Otis Bldg. 

Franklin 170 
*Kriete, Frank L. 600 W. Washington 

St. Haymarket 4126 
Krimbill, Walter M. Asst. U. S. Dis- 
trict Atty. Har. 4700 
Krinker, Herman L. 410-179 W. Wash- 
ington St. Main 88 
Krinsky, Harry H. 716 City Hall Square 

Bldg. Ran. 2776 
Krinsky, Lazarus, 822 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Ran. 237. Aut. 72-748 
Kromenaker, George A. 3765 Lincoln 

av. Lakeview 926 
*Kropf, Oscar A. (Paden & Kropf), 

1928 Insurance Exchange. Wabash 

272. 
Kropf, Richard E. 1518 Otis Bldg. 

Franklin 2510, 3511. Aut. 34-525 
Kropf, Victor G. 1021 N. Y. Life Bldg. 

Cent. 5430 
Kroupa, Joseph J. 720 Reaper Blk. Cent. 

7070 
Krueger, Nathan L. 600 Washington 

blvd. Haymarket 4126 
Krumsieg, Fredk. E. 1532 N. Wood st. 

Humboldt 1276 
Kruse, Simon (Kruse, Peden & Mer- 
rick), 809-12 City Hall Square Bldg. 

Ran. 2687. Aut. 41-337 
Kubitz, Edward H. 701-3 Stock Exch. 

Bldg. Main 4854. Aut. 33-855 
*Kuebler, George J. 720 National Life 

Bldg. Ran. 6816 
Kuetemeyer, Harry W. 822 Reaper Blk. 

Cent. 1856 
Kuettler, Theodore J. 2067 N. Mozart 

St. Humboldt 6026 
Kuhn, Frank C. 36 Metropolitan Blk. 

Main 3837. Aut. 31-595 
Kull, Frederick (McCabe, Cloyes & 

Kull), 705 Cham. Commerce. Main 

2194 
*Kumler, Preston (Bentley, Burling & 

Swan), 1201-203 S. Dearborn st. Har. 

1283, 1284, 1285 
Kurrie, Harry R. 1422 Transportation 

Bldg. Har. 3309 
*Kurz, Adolph (Rosenthal & Kurz), 

1104 Rector Bldg. Cent. 2561. Aut. 

61-851 
*Kusswurm, Ernest G. 716-718 City Hall 

Square Bldg. Ran. 2776 
Kwasigroch, Julian, 1518 Ashland Blk. 

Cent. 245. Aut. 42-880 
Kyriakopoulos, Nicholas, 1307-8 West- 
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La Buy, Joseph S. Judge Municipal 

Court. Franklin 2684 
La Buy, Michael A. 915 Milwaukee av. 

Haymarket 3280 
La Buy, Walter J. Asst. City Atty. 

Main 447, and 2nd floor 167 N. Clark 

St. Ran. 2349 
Lace, John. 612-105 S. Dearborn st. 

Cent. 3496 
*Lacey, Wm. J. 910 Title & Trust Bldg. 

Ran. 342 and 343. Aut. 44-453 
Lackey, Henry W. 6104 Washington av. 

Midway 3102 
*Lackner, Francis (Lackner, Butz. Von 

Ammon & McGregor), 901 Title & 

Trust Bldg. Cent. 696 and 697. Aut. 

41-532 
Ladouceur, Joseph J. 7955 S. Peoria st. 

Wentworth 7650 
La Grou, Simon, 1016 The Temple. 

Franklin 3520. Aut. 51-622 
Lahlum, Edwin S. A. 1509 Ashland 

Bldg. Ran. 1550 
Laiblin, Wm. 10 S. Wabash av. Ran. 

2714 
*Lake. Albert E. 1009 N. Y. Life Bldg. 

Ran. 3031 
Lake, John E. Grinnell, la. 
Lake, William A. Grinnell, la. 
Lakey, A. S. 813 Ashland Blk. Ran. 

734 
Lallv. John H. 812 Ashland Blk. Ran. 

882 
Lally, John Hugh, 916 Title & Trust 

Bldg. Cent. 1567. Aut. 42-595 
Lamb, Carl S. (King. Lamb & Gage"), 

1311-12 Harttford Btdg. Cent. 692. 

Aut. 43-898 
*Lamb. Wm. E. (Cassoday, Butler, 

Lamb & Foster), 1414 Monadnock 

Blk. Har. 6808 and 6809 
Lambert. George H. 61 E. Monroe st. 

Ran. 3097 
Lambert. James K. (Halev, Lambert & 

Smith), 506 Ft. Dearborn Bldg. Cent. 

5669 
*Lambert, S. E. (Lambert & Hanley), 

1410 Otis Bldg. Main 4015 
*Lamborn, Charles W. 1515-111 W. 

Monroe st. Ran. 901 
Lammers, Frank T. 1124-431 S. Dear- 
born St. Har. 4265. Aut. 67-857 
La Monte. Wm. O. 811 Unity Bldg. 

Ran. 3489. Aut. 44-576 
L'Amoreaux, Paul C. (Mullen & 

L'Amoreaux), 832 National Life Bldg. 

Cent. 4068 



Lanaghen, Gideon F. (Walther & Lan- 

aghen), 410-16 Teutonic Bldg. 179 W. 

Washington st. Main 88 
Lancaster, Edwin G. 75 Metropolitan 

Blk. Franklin 351. Aut. 31-222 
Landes, Joseph H. 523 Reaper Blk. 

Cent. 6952 and 6954. Aut. 41-927 
Landis, Kenesaw M. Judge United 

States District Ct. Har. 4700 
*Landon, Benson, 1320 Westminster 

Bldg. Cent. 444 
Landsberg, Isaac. 1208 N. Western av. 

Humboldt 5661 
Landt, Chas. C. La Porte, Ind. 
Lane, Chas. 815-118 N. La Salle st. 

Main 4020. Aut. 33-824 
Lane, Ray E. (Balcomb, Lane & Mc- 

Grath), 506 Title & Trust Bldg. Cent. 

1299 and 5087 
Lane, Wallace R. (Parkinson & Lane), 

1620 Marquette Bldg. Ran. 398 
Lang, Raymond H. 2054 W. Chicago 

av. Humboldt 24 
Langer, Irvin J. 714 City Hall Square. 

Ran. 6575 
*Langhenry, Godfred. 519-58 W. Wash- 
ington St. Cent. 3936 
Langille, Allister S. (Cruice & Lan- 

gille), 1231-38 Unity Bldg. Cent. 

1799. Aut. 42-843 
Langtry, Ernest, Asst. State's Atty. 

Criminal Court Bldg. Cent. 4870 
*Langworthv, Benjamin F. 1140 First 

Nat. Bk. Bldg. Cent. 360 
Langworthy, L. B. 706-230 S. La Salle 

St. Wabash 860. Aut. 51-732 
*Lannen, Thomas E. (Lannen & Hick- 

ey), 1027 First Nat. Bk. Bldg. Cent. 

6156 
*Lantry, Thomas B. 814-16 The Rook- 
ery. Wabash 424. Aut. 52-497 
Lantz, Walter A. 600-164 W. Washing- 
ton St. Main 3571 
Laramie, T. Fred 1011-12 Ashland Blk. 

Cent. 2341. Aut. 41-427 
Larkin. Bernard T. 607 City Hall Square 

Bldg. Ran. 393 
*Larmer, Paul, 421 The Temple. Main 

3910 
Larsen, James, 5535 Ellis av. 
Lasker, Isidore. 1009 City Hall Square 

Bldg. Ran. 1139 
Lasley. Ansel M. 437 Stock Exchange 

Bldg. Main 3618. Aut. 31-739 
Laslev. Frank A. 437 Stock Exchange 

Bldg. Main 3618. Aut. 31-739 
Lassow. Albert H. Minneapolis, Minn. 
*Latham, Carl R. (Alden, Latham & 

Young), 1104-11 Corn Exchange Bk. 

Bldg. Main 3129 
Lathrop, Gardner. 1011 Railway Ex- 
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Latimer, Jonathan G. (Hiner. Bunch & 

Latimer), 1717 Harris Trust Bldg. 

Ran. 3711 
Latimer. Joseph W. 336 Monadnock 

Blk. Har. 4128 
Latshaw, Henry C. 15 N. 5th av. 

Frankhn 1 
Lauer, Charles F. West Pullman, 111. 
Laughlin, Daniel F. 1520 Ft. Dearborn 

Bldg. Cent. 1042. Aut. 54-271 
*Lauman, Charles N. (Lauman & Lau- 

man), 60-54 W. Randolph st. Cent. 

2813 
*Lauman, Geo. V. (Lauman & Lau- 
man), 60-54 W. Randolph st. Cent. 

2813 
*Launder, Walter D. 1217-39 S. La Salle 

St. Cent. 1407. Aut. 32-184 
Laventhal. J. M. (Laventhal & Rosinia), 

616 Reaper Blk. Ran. 3846. Aut. 42- 

683 
*Lavery, Richard J. 1047 Insurance Ex- 
change. Wabash 1792 
Lavery, Urban A. 1913 Harris Trust 

Bldg. Cent. 6731 
Laverv. Wm. J. 418 McCormick Bldg. 

Har. 6365 
Lavin, Frank P. 1609 Insurance Ex- 
change. Wabash 2052. Aut. 580-363 
Lawler, Joseph H. 816 New York Life 

Bldg. Ran. 4974. Aut. 33-001 
♦Lawless, Thomas J. 1230 Tribune Bldg. 

Cent. 1825 
*Lawlor, Edwin D. 1320-123 W. Madi- 
son St. Cent. 3607. Ran. 4054 
Lawrence. John H. 1406 Tribune Bldg. 

Cent. 5844 
Lawson, Wm. C. U. S. District Atty.'s 

Office. Har. 4700 
*Lawton, Wm. M. 1002 Association 

Bldg. Ran. 4861. Aut. 31-220 
Leach, Howard E. 1612 Ashland Blk. 

Cent. 5903 
*Lcach, Thos. A. 903 Schiller Bldg. 

Cent. 1089 
Leahv. Jas. J. 1400 Title & Trust Bldg. 

Ran. 609. Cent. 5076 
*Leake, Joseph B. 810 Reaper Blk. 

Cent. 254 
Le Bosky, Jacob C. 820-24 Unity Bldg. 

Cent. 3640. Ran. .3277 
Ledbetter, Frederick F. 1206-112 W. 

Adams st. Ran. 2489 
Lederer, Charles CAdler & Lederer), 

1305 Otis Bldg. Main 4198. Aut. 

31-275 
*Lee. Bernard L. (Lee & Lee), 1303-19 

S. La Salle st. Ran. 2898 
*Lee, Blcwett, 135 Park Row. Wabash 

2200 
Lee, Clyde D. (Lee & Lee), 1303-19 S. 

La Salle st. Ran. 2898 



*Lee, Edward T. (Dean of The John 

Marshall Law School), 209 Portland 

Blk. Cent. 4669 
Lee. Howard G. 500 Royal Ins. Bldg. 

Wabash 3347 
Lee, John H. (Dyrenforth, Lee, Chrit- 

ton & Wiles), 1508 Marquette Bldg. 

Cent. 6585 
*Lee, John H. S. (Musgrave, Oppen- 

heim & Lee), 905 First Nat. Bk. Bldg. 

Cent. 732, 733. Aut. 41-115 
Lee, John M. (Lee & Bode), 410 Title 

& Trust Bldg. Cent. 2139 and 5379 
Lee, John W. 604-166 W. Washington 

St. Franklin 2060 
*Lee. Lester E. 1313-19 Ft. Dearborn 

Bldg. Ran. 227 
*Lee, Robert E. 605 Ashland Blk. Ran. 

3430. Aut. 42-247 
Leech, Charles H. 840 Marquette Bldg. 

Ran. 3008 
*Leedle, John W. (Koch, Leedle & 

Rapp), 710-25 N. Dearborn st. Cent. 

3771. Aut. 43-323 
Leemon, Harry C. 9206 Commercial av. 

So. Chicago 5902 and 5813 
*Leffingwell, Frank P. 1207 Merchants 

Loan & Trust Bldg. Cent. 977 
Lefkow, Alphonse, 310 Portland Blk. 

Ran. 3200. Aut. 48-270 
*Legg, Chester Arthur, 63 Board of 

Trade. Har. 6481 
Lehner, John C. 2005 Irving Park blvd. 

Graceland 4208 
Leighton, George W. 6518 Kimbark av. 

Hyde Park 5048 
Leinen, Oscar E. 613-40 N. Dearborn 

St. Cent. 2354 
*Leman, Henry W. 1209 Title & Trust 

Bldg. Ran. 477 
Lempke, Wm. E. 1303 Title & Trust 

Bldg. Cent. 1800 
Lcnnards, Frank H. 901-2 City Hall 

Square Bldg. Ran. 4700. Aut. 41-312 
Lenox, Jr. Tohn K. 1121 Insurance Ex- 
change Bldg. Wabash 4540. Aut. 

580-402 
*Leonard, Frank R. 1132 American 

Trust Bldg. Ran. 2175 
Leonard, Morris G. (Smith & Leonard). 

58-106 N. La Salle st. Main 4486 and 

90. Aut. 34-652 
Lesch, Roy N. 705-140 S. Dearborn st. 

Cent. 6762. Aut. 64-217 
Lctton, H. W. 1435 Insurance Ex- 
change. Wabash 1760. Aut. 580-483 
*Lcvcring Benj. (Levering & von 

Rcinspcrg), 1624 First Nat. Bk. Bldg. 

Ran. 996 
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*Levin, Jacob (Foreman, Levin & Rob- 
ertson), 819-823 First Nat. Bk. Bldg. 

Ran. 237. Aut. 72-748 
*Levinson, Harry C. (Sabath, Levinson 

& Stafford), 1016-29 S. La Salle st. 

Ran. 5165 and 5166. Aut. 36-371 
*Levinson. Morris K. 1909 Harris Trust 

Bldg. Cent. 4164. Ran. 5106. Aut. 

58-343 
*Levinson, Salmon O. (Newman. 

Northrop, Levinson & Becker), 823 

Cham. Commerce. Main 1122. Aut. 

31-279 
*Levisohn, Arthur A. (Levisohn & 

Levisohn), 607-9 S. La Salle st. Cent. 

4952 and 4595. Aut. 33-674 
Levisohn, Sol (Levisohn & Levisohn), 

607-9 S. La Salle st. Cent. 4952. 

Aut. 33-674 
Levit, Lewis D. 906 Straus Bldg. Frank- 
lin 3230. Aut. 31-670 
Leviton, Charles, 1212 Ft. Dearborn 

Bldg. Cent. 5165 
Levy, Daniel Albert (Levy & O'Don- 

nell), 601-5 City Hall Square Bldg. 

Ran. 1105 
*Levy, David R. Asst. City Atty. Main 

447, and 1030 Tribune Bldg. Cent. 

5000. Aut. 48-152 
*Levy, Harry H. (Levy & Levy), 801- 

25 N. Dearborn st. Ran. 3326. Aut. 

44-089 
Levy, Henry (Levy & Levy), 801-25 N. 

Dearborn st. Ran. 3326. Aut. 44-089 
Levy, Jacob (Brady & Levy). 306 Chi. 

Opera House Blk. Main. 915. 
*Levy, Louis, 1507 Ashland Blk. Cent. 

2815. Aut. 43-592 
Levy. Sidney E. 1313 Ft. Dearborn Bldg. 

Ran. 227 
*Levy, Sylvanus G. (Lipson & Levy), 

1607 Ft. Dearborn Bldg. Ran. 1596, 

1597 
LeWald. Arthur M. (Stahl & Le 

Wald), 1109-11 Tacoma Bldg. Main 

5147. Aut. 32-532 
Lewe, John C. 223 W. Monroe st. 

Franklin 440 
Lewis, David R. Vice-Prest. Hibernian 

Bk. Rector Bldg. Cent. 822 
*Lewis. Harry A. (Ellis & Lewis), 

1107-8 Chi. Title & Trust Bldg. ,Ran. 

872. Aut. 41-453 
Lewis, Howard W. 626 The Temple. 

Main 1531 
*Lewis, Irwin P. 513, 514 Ashland Blk. 

Ran. 5049. Aut. 44-094 
*Lewis, James Hamilton (Lewis, Fol- 

som & Streeter). 1822 Commercial 

Nat. Bk. Bldg. Cent. 348 and 3981 
Lewis, John, California 
Lewis, Joshua H. 1317-24 Unity Bldg. 

Cent. 2018 



Lewis, Roman G. Asst. City Pros. Atty. 
604 City Hall. Main 447, and 1622 
Unity Bldg. Cent. 2362. Aut. 41-281 

Lewis. Walker O. 325 N. Cuyler av. Oak 
Park. Kedzie 2500, care Sears, Roe- 
buck & Co. 

Lewis, W. Stevens (Stevens, Lewis, 
Cherry & Dole), 1004 Chi. Opera 
House. Franklin 1313. Aut. 31-437 

Libonati. Michael E. 628 Reaper Blk. 
Ran. 4312 

Lichtenberger, Bernard. 1009 Harris 
Trust Bldg. Ran. 5935 

Lichtenberger. Edward L. 332 S. Sher- 
man St. Wabash 1495 

Lidsky, Abraham, 707-9 Rector Bldg. 
Ran. 5626, 5627 

Liesendahl, Carl, 901-4 Otis Bldg. 
Franklin 1411 

*Liessmann, Elmer M. 1415 Marquette 
Bldg. Cent. 2822 

Light. Judd B. 605 Ashland Blk. Ran. 
3430. Aut. 42-247 

Lighter, Samuel H. 702 City Hall 

*Lightfoot. Ota P. Asst. City Pros. 
Atty. Main 447, and (Hurlburt & 
Lightfoot), 816 Association Bldg. 
Cent. 219 

*Lighthall. Henry S. (Lighthall & 
Blake), 614-118 N. La Salle st. Main 
2214 and 3077. Aut. 32-352 

Lillard, Erwin R. 1313 Fort Dearborn 
Bldg. Ran. 228 

Limbach, Julius. 1313 Ft. Dearborn 
Bldg. Ran. 226, 227. 228 

Linane, P. M. 2018 Sedgwick st. Lin- 
coln 7067 

Linaweaver. Harry A. 1501 Ashland 
Blk. Ran. 1005. Aut. 42-135 

^Lincoln, Walter K. (Stead. Lincoln & 
Fitch), 924-938 Otis Bldg. Franklin 
376 and 377 

Lind, Fred A. 900 The Temple. Main 
3815. Aut. 51-107 

Lindas, Andrew E. 105-64 W. Randolph 

St. 

Linden, James, Walkerton, Ind. 
Linden, Robert J. San Francisco, Cal. 
Linder, Charles P. 311-25 Unity Bldg. 

Cent. 7192-3. Aut. 42-478 
Linderholm, Ernest Arthur, 1140 First 

Nat. Bk. Bldg. Cent. 360 
Lindhout, D. K. (Lindhout & Lindhout), 

Chicago Heights, 111. Tel. 568 
*Lindhout. J. C. K. (Lindhout & Lind- 
hout), Chicago Heights. 111. Tel. 568 
Lindley, Fred E. 531 Union Bldg. San 

Diego, Cal. 
Lindley, Harold F. 722 Harris Trust 

Bldg. Ran. 1322 
Lindley, William O. 306 Portland Blk. 

Ran. 40 and 41. Aut. 44-014 



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Lindsay, James R. 513 Railway Ex- 
change Bldg. Har. 2957 
Lindsav. Wm. J. 714 Hartford Bldg. 

Ran. 1083 
Lindsev, Homer C. 233 W. 63rd st. 

Normal 6247 
Lindskog. Thomas, 1201-6 Title & Trust 

Bldg. Ran. 440 
Ling, John, 1004-179 W. Washington st. 

Franklin 1201 
Link, Emil F. 617 Ashland Blk. Ran. 

5160. Aut. 44-123 
Linker, Meyer, 833 First Nat. Bk. Bldg. 

Ran. 2266. Aut. 44-243 
Linthicum, Chas. C. (Linthicum, Belt & 

Fuller), 715 Monadnock Blk. Har. 

4621 
Lippner, M. 917 Ashland Blk. Ran. 

2505 
*Lipson, Isaac B. (Lipson & Levy), 

1607 Ft. Dearborn Bldg. Ran. 1596 

and 1597 
Lisack, Joseph, 7th floor Karpen Bldg. 

Wabash 1320 
Little, Andrew W. 1501-105 W. Monroe 

St. • Cent. 1900. Aut. 58-201 
Little, Charles G. 810 Borland Bldg. 

Ran. 2223 
Little. Roscoe E. 2618 N. Sacramento av. 

Belmont 7478 
*Litzinger, Edward R. (Litzinger, Mc- 

Gurn & Reid), 716 National Life 

Bldg. Cent. 3030. Aut. 30-388 
Liver. Tohn L (Gillam, Stead & Liver), 

726 First Nat. Bk. Bldg. Ran. 4941. 

Aut. 43-570 
*Livingston, Alfred (Gorman, Pollock, 

Sullivan & Livingston), 729 Stock 

Exchange Bldg. Main 2584. Aut. 

34-056 
Livingston, Irvin L (Livingston, Bach 

& Livingston), 721 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Ran. 3747-48-49 
Livingston, Sigmund (Livingston, Bach 

& Livingston), 721 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Ran. 3747-48-49 
Lloyd, Herbert R. 1506 Tribune Bldg. 

Ran. 4281. Aut. 43-742 
Lloyd, Wm. Bross, 1641 Unity Bldg. 

Ran. 1864 
Lobell, Frederick J. 4224 Grand blvd. 

Drexel 3247 
Lockart, Mont. G. 905 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Cent. 732. Aut. 41-115 
Loeb, Henry K. 805 Ft. Dearborn Bldg. 

Cent. 578. Aut. 52-062 
Loeb, Isaac A. 322 Ashland Blk. Ran. 

671. Aut. 41-967 
Loeb, Sigmund E. 4838 Cottage Grove 

av. Oakland 45 
LoeflF, Morris, 610 Hartford Bldg. Cent. 

5494 



Loehr, Karl C. 30-138 N. La Salle st. 

Main 584 
Loehr, Leon L. The Merchants Loan & 

Trust Co. Adams and Clark sts. Ran. 

2119 
Loehwing, Marx, 901-179 W. Wash- 
ington St. Main 4793. Aut. 36-496 
*Loesch, Scofield & Loesch (Frank J. 

Loesch, Timothy J. Scofield, Charles 

F. Loesch, James Stillwell, Robert W. 

Richards), 1540 Otis Bldg. Main 

4365 and 4366 
*Loesch, Chas. F. (Loesch, Scofield & 

Loesch), 1540 Otis Bldg. Main 4365 

and 4366 
*Loesch, Frank J. (Loesch, Scofield & 

Loesch), 1540 Otis Bldg. Main 4365 

and 4366 
*Lowenstein, Ludwig, 1224 Milwaukee 

av. Monroe 4123 
*Lowenstein, Sidney, 3-40 N. Dearborn 

St. Ran. 6695 
Loftus, Clarence J. 1020 Marquette Bldg. 

Ran. 398 
Logeman, John H. 28 E. Jackson blvd. 

Har. 32 
Logic, Alfred E. Wilmette, 111. Tel. 

238 
Lonergan, John M. 628 Reaper Blk. 

Ran. 4312 
Long, Albert S. 706 The Rookery. Wa- 
bash 1504. Aut. 51-410 
Long, Elwyn E. 407 Ashland Blk. Cent. 

376. Aut. 41-448 
Long, Jesse R. (Castle, Williams, Long 

& Castle), 816 National Life Bldg. 

Ran. 6144, 6145. Aut. 30-285 
Long, Theo. K. 4823 Kimbark av. 

Drexel 1412 
Long, Wm. H. 412 Home Insurance 

Bldg. Ran. 4734 
Longenecker, Joel F. 1122 Merchants L. 

& T. Bldg. Ran. 1157. Aut. 54-334 
*Longenecker, Rolla R. 725 Stock Ex- 
change Bldg. Main 3090. Aut. 31- 

250 
Loomis, Fred S. 1012 Rector Bldg. Ran. 

2675 
*Lord, Frank E. 1011 The Rookery. 

Wabash 4136 
*Lord, John S. 1334 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg.. Cent. 2792. Aut. 43-431 
Lord, Maurice F. 1304 Rector Bldg. 

Ran. 470 
*Lorenz, James N. 1124-431 S. Dearborn 

St. Har. 4265. Aut. 67-857 
Lorenz, Julius M. 1044 Unity Bldg. 

Ran. 2211. Cent. 3511. Aut. 44-181 
Losey, Jr. L. L. 908 Insurance Exchange. 

Wabash 940 
Losey, Jr. L. L. 1103 Tacoma Bldg. 

Main 863 



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Loskill, Peter W. 11950 Union av. W. 

Pullman 4071 
Lott, Arthur E. 1331 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Cent. 411. Aut. 42-502 
Lotz. Rudolph Wm. 1601 McCormick 

Bldg. Har. 1808 
*Loucks, Chas. O. (Atwood. Pease & 

Loucks), 1213 Tacoma Bldg. Main 

394. Franklin 342. Aut. 82-651 
*Loucks, Vernon R. (Atwood, Pease & 

Loucks), 1213 Tacoma Bldg. Main 

394. Franklin 342. Aut. 32-651 
*Louer, Albert S. (Ringer, Wilhartz & 

Louer), 724 American Trust Bldg. 

Ran. 6543 
*Lounsbury, Ralph R. 1407 Marquette 

Bldg. Ran. 1601. Aut. 61-131 
Love, Stephen, 802 Ashland Blk. Ran. 

5540 
Love, W. Arthur, 1306 Title & Trust 

Bldg. Cent. 6450 
*Lovire, Frank Mac D. 612 Cham. Com- 
merce. Main 1152 
Lowe. William B. 214 W. Madison st. 

Main 1889. Aut. 31-575 
Lowenhaupt, Jesse, 1212 Ft. Dearborn 

Bldg. Cent. 5165 
Lowell, Joseph Reed, 933 Edgecomb pi. 
*Lowenthal, Fred (S. L. & Fred Low- 

enthal), 704 Chi. Opera House Blk. 

Main 2870. Aut. 31-875 
*Lowenthal, Leo B. 615 Ashland Blk. 

Ran. 3418 
*Lowenthal, Solomon L. (S. L. & Fred 

Lowenthal), 704 Opera House Bldg. 

Main 2870. Aut. 31-875 
*Lowes. Francis M. (Rice, Lowes & 

O'Neil), 1001-226 S. La Salle st. 

Wabash 4138 
Lowes, Geo. N. B. 1620 Corn Exch. Bk. 

Bldg. Main 1995 
*Lowy, Chas. F. (Winston & Lowy), 

437-44 Stock Exchange Bldg. Main 

3618, 3619. Aut. 31-739 
Loy, Chas. E. 1310-123 W. Madison st. 

Cent. 3607. Ran. 4054 
*Luby, Oswald D. 804 Tacoma Bldg. 

Main 3845-6 
Lucas, J. Gray, 403-118 N. La Salle st. 

Franklin 2727 
Lucas, John Newell, 731 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Ran. 5139. Aut. 43-301 
Lucius, Albert E. (Lucius & Lucius), 

1315 Nat. Life Bldg. Cent. 1548 
Lucius, Edward B. (Lucius & Lucius), 

1315 First Nat. Bk. Bldg. Cent. 1548 
Ludden, Geo. W. 1123-7 Chi. Stock Ex. 

Bldg. Franklin 1825 
Luebeck, Edward H. (Hwass & Lue- 

beck), 610 Ashland Blk. Ran. 1306 



Lumbard, Samuel J. (Lumbard, Swenie, 

Monahan & Harris), 822 Reaper Blk. 

Cent. 1856 
Lumby, Oscar M. 510-118 N. La Salle 

St. Main 4282. Aut. 32-335 
Lund, Hj aimer C. R. with Chi. Title & 

Trust Co. Cent. 4880 
*Lundahl, Herbert A. (Taylor & Lun- 

dahl), 1212 First Nat. Bk. Bldg. Cent. 

810 
Lunney, Thomas J. (Whalen & Lun- 

nev). 1505 Old Colony Bldg. Har. 

4290 
Lupe, John J. 1002 Ashland Blk. Cent. 

2881 
*Lurie, Harry J. (Frank & Lurie), 1410 

Title & Trust Bldg. Cent. 4132. Aut. 

41-387 
Lusk, Chas. D. 517-118 N. La Salle st. 

Main 2676 
Lust, Geo. F. 800-115 S. Dearborn st. 

Cent. 6263 
*Lust, Herbert C. 846 Otis Bldg. Main 

2099 
*Luster, Max, 920-24 Unity Bldg. Cent. 

5969 
Luthardt, Wm. H. 505 City Hall. Main 

447. Local 89. 
Lnthmers, Albert A. 1307-105 W. Mon- 

roe-_st. Ran. 273. Aut. 58-319. 
*Lutkin, Harris Carman, 1502 Borland 

Blk. Ran. 699 
Lutz, Hugh P. Asst. U. S. Dist. Atty. 

826 Federal Bldg. Har. 4700 
*Lyford, Will H. (Calhoun, Lyford & 

Sheean), 940 The Rookery. Wabash 

3814. Aut.. 52-142, 62-143 
*Lyman, David B. (Lyman, Lyman & 

O'Connor), 1610 Chi. Title & Trust 

Bldg. Ran. 2597. Aut. 41-463 
*Lyman, Jr. David B. (Lyman, Lvman 

& O'Connor), 1610 Title & Trust "Bldg- 

Ran. 2597. Aut. 41-463 
Lyman, Francis O. 1308-69 W. Wash- 
ington St. Cent. 1818. Aut. 41-457 
Lynch, Henry, 220 Aberdeen st. 
Lynch, Thos. G. 420 Reaper Blk. Cent. 

4998 
Lynch, Thomas J. 1002 Ashland Blk. 

Cent. 334 
*Lynde, Cornelius (Cassoday, Butler, 

Lamb & Foster), 1414 Monadnock 

Blk. Har. 6808, 6809 
Lynn, J. F. 1616 Com. Nat. Bk. Bldg. 

Cent. 4341 
Lynn, Schuyler F. (Lynn & Baumer), 

1411-12 Ashland Blk. Cent. 45. Aut. 

41-607 
Lyon, David J. 246 E. 32nd st. 
*Lyon, Jr. George W. (Flynn & Lyon), 

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Lyon, Raymond C. 901-2 City Hall 

Square BIdg. Ran. 4700. Aut. 41-312 
*Lvon, Sidney, 1410 Harris Trust Bldg. 

Ran. 5130 
Lyons, Edward J. 53-54 W. Randolph st. 

'Cent. 2819. Aut. 44-194 
Lyons, John C. 709 Harris Trust Bldg. 

Cent. "805 
Lyons, Michael, 1300-123 W. Madison 

St. Ran. 7412. Aut. 30-594 
Lyons. Robert L. 47-106 N. La Salle st. 

Main 3109 
Lyons, Thomas Cannon, 4549 Maiden st. 
Lytle, Tay C. 1311 Hartford Bldg. Cent. 

'G92. " Aut. 43-898 
Lytton, Arthur S. 1113 The Rookery. 

Wabash 1676 



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McAnrow. John A. 322 Ashland Blk. 

Ran. 671. Aut. 41-967 
*McArdle, Ed^vard J. (McArdle & Mc- 

Ardle). 1107-14 Stock Exchange Bldg. 

Franklin 1178 
*McArdle, Patrick L. (McArdle & Mc- 
Ardle). 1107-14 Stock Exchange Bldfe. 

Franklin 1178 
*McAulev, Henry S. 610 Portland Blk. 

Cent. 1274 
*McBean, A. J. F. 19-112 N. La Salle 

St. Franklin 538 
McCabe, James A. City Clerk's Office. 

Main 447. Local 18 
*McCabe, John R. (McCabe, Cloyes & 

Kull), 705 Cham. Commerce. Main 

2194 
McCall, Sumner T. 1850 McCormick 

Bldg. Har. 7989 
McCallum. Wm. Wallace, 838 National 

Li:'e Bldg. Ran. 1056 
McCallv, Jay Clifford (Candlish & Mc- 

Cally). lO'nO Westminster Bldg. Ran. 

5653 and 2124. Aut. 63-073 
*McCandless, Lewis W. (Harlan & Mc- 

Candless), 1132 Marquette Bldg. Cent. 

401 
McCarthy, Alex. J. 3215 N. Halsted 
McCarthy. James, 1102 Ft. Dearborn 

Bldg. Ran. 4121. Aut. 54-523 
McCarthy, John W. 58-106 N. La Salle 

St. Main 90 and 4486. Aut. .33-893 
McCarthy. Joseph L. 40 S. Market st. 

Main 711 
McCarthy, Justin F. Asst. City Atty. 

Main 447 
McCarthy, Justin G. 1832 Wabash av. 

Calumet 1482 
McCarty. John F. 720-29 S. La Salle st. 

Ran. 6816 



McCaskill, Daniel (McCaskill & McCas- 

kill), 1609 Title & Trust Bldg. Cent. 

6061 
*McCaskill, Oliyer Le Rov (McCaskill 

& McCaskill), 1609 Title & Trust 

Bldg. Cent. 6061 
McCaughan, Geo. E. 1025 La Salle St, 

Station. Wabash 3210 
McCaughan, Philip N. 1208 Michigan 

av. Calumet 320 
McCay, Howard W. 36-128 N. La Salle 

St. Main 4007 
McClellan, James S. 1630 Tribune Bldg. 

Ran. 1806 
McClellan. Thos. S. 83 Metropolitan 

Blk. Main 2593 
McCleneghan, Frederick, 1601 Masonic 

Temple. Main 2918 
*McClory, Frederick S. 804 Straus Bldg. 

Franklin 147 
McCloy, Robert E. 600 W. Washington 

blvd. Haymarket 4126 
McClure. John S. (Veirs & McClure), 

1314 Hartford Bldg. Ran. 467. Aut. 

41-097 
McCoid, Arthur B. 606 Rector Bldg. 

Ran. 184 
*McConnell, H. M. 516 National Life 

Bldg. Ran. 5713 
McConnell, James S. 4359 Lake av. 

South Side. Drexel 2838 
McConnell, Samuel P. New York City 
McConoughey, A. M. 401 Tacoma Bldg. 

]\Iain 3629 
*McCord, Downer, 700-115 S. Dearborn 

St. Cent. 997 
*McCordick, Alfred E. 923 The Rook- 
ery. Wabash 228. Aut. 52-522 
McCorkle, George Allen, 1509 City Hall 

Square Bldg. Ran. 5974 and 5975 
McCormick, Howard H. (Bryan, Mc- 
Cormick & Wilber), 1512 Ashland 

Blk. Cent. 4060 and 4061 
McCormick, John A. Chicago Savings 

Bk. & Trust Co. Cent. 7040. Aut. 

44-124 
McCormick, Jr. Robert Hall, 332 S. 

Michigan av. Har. 8143 
*McCormick, Robert R. (Shepard, Mc- 
Cormick & Thomason), 934-44 Tri- 
bune Bldg. Ran. 2929 
*McCornack, Walter E. (McCornack & 

Stevens), 956 First Nat. Bk. Bldg. 

Ran. 2698 
McCoy, Charles B. 504-117 N. Dearborn 

St. Ran. 5771 
McCracken, A. H. 907 Tacoma Bldg. 

Main 5372 
*McCracken, D. Edward, 1201-4 Unity 

Bldg. Cent. 2219 
McCracken, Frank J. 1238 Norwood 

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*McCulloch, Catharine Waugh (McCul- 
loch & McCulloch), 1104 Merchants' 
L. & T. Bldg. Cent. 2386 and 2387 

*McCulloch, Frank H. (McCulloch & 
McCulloch), 1104 Merchants' L. & T. 
Bldg. Cent. 2386 and 2387 

McCulloch. Jesse H. 808 Unity Bldg. 
Cent. 1008 

McDermott, Frank T. 1207 Ashland 
Blk. Cent. 1057. Aut. 41-402 

*McDonald. Charles A. Judge Superior 
Court. Franklin 3015 

McDonald, Francis A. 1444 First Nat. 
Bk. Bldg. Cent. 1599. Aut. 42-639 

McDonald, John P. (Meek & McDon- 
ald), 63-154 W. Randolph st. Frank- 
lin 3479 

McDonald, L. A. 1320 Ashland Blk. 
Cent. 5721. Aut. 48-248 

McDonnell, Jr. S. B. 510 Corn Exch. 
Bk. Bldg. Franklin 230 

McDougall, John J. Los Angeles, Cal. 

McDowell, Erwin, 1301 Unity Bldg. 
Cent. 6799. Aut. 81-083 

McEachern, Donald C. 931-127 N. Dear- 
born St. Ran. 377 and 378. Aut. 47- 
808 

McElherne, D. T. 1301 Unity Bldg. Cent. 
6799. Aut. 81-083 

McElherne, Frank S. 1518 Ashland Blk. 
Cent. 245. Aut. 42-886 

McElligott. Thos. G. 911 Unity Bldg. 
Cent. 3040 

McElrov. John Howard, 1429 Monad- 
nock Blk. Har. 259. Aut. 61-047 

McElwee, S. A. 3230 Forrest av. Doug- 
las 2614 

McEnery, Thomas, 614 Stock Exch. 
Bldg. Main 3385 

McErlean, Charles V. 5S0-115 S. La 
Salle St. Cent. 2375. Aut. 51-607 

*McEwen, Willard M. (McEwen, Weis- 
senbach, Shrimski & Meloan), 1630 
Tribune Bldg. Ran. 1806 

McFadden, Chas. J. 1400 First Nat. Bk. 
Bldg. Cent. 828 

*McFadden, Everett R. Asst. Secretary 
Hibernian Banking Ass'n Rector Bldg. 
Cent. 822 

McFadden, Hugh, 415-35 S. Dearborn 
St. Cent. 7014. 

McFarland, James H. (Morgan, Mc- 
Farland & Goodman), 809-137 N. 
Clark St. Ran. 2735. Aut. 41-337 

McGaffey, T. Wyatt, City Clerk's Office. 
Main 447. Local 18. 

*McGilvray, D. H. (McGilvray, Fames 
& Maclean), 1010 Title & Trust Bldg. 
Cent. 2598. Aut. 44-525. 



*McGinn, Frank P. 1118-25 National 

Life Bldg. Cent. 3795. 
McGinlev, James E. 58-106 N. La Salle 

St. Main 90. Aut. 33-893 
*McGlasson, Oscar B. 203 N. Michigan 

ave. Ran. 172. Res. Graceland 478. 
*McGonigle, M. B. (Everett & McGon- 

igle), 806 Hartford Bldg. Ran. 3668. 
*McGoorty, John P. Judge Circuit 

Court. Franklin 3015. 
McGovern, Francis W. 524 National 

Life Bldg. Cent. 4108, 4109. Aut. 

30-840 
McGovney, Arthur W. 408 Roanoke 

Bldg. Cent. 4525 
McGowan. William R. 334 N. Pine av. 

Austin, Chicago. Austin 11121 
IMcGrath, Charles D. (Balcomb, Lane 

& McGrath). 506 Title & Trust Bldg. 

Cent. 1299 and 5087 
AIcGrath. Tames E. 51-138 N. La Salle 

St. Main 2435. Aut. 31-947 
McGrath, Thomas J. Blue Island, 111. 
*McGregor, Major (Lackner, Butz, Von 

Ammon & McGregor), 901 Title & 

Trust Bldg. Cent. 696 and 697. Aut. 

41-532 
McGrew. E. W. 135 Park Row. Wa- 
bash 2200 
McGuigan, F. J. Minneapolis, Minn. 
INIcGurn, George W. (Litzinger, Mc- 

Gurn & Reid), 716 National Life 

Bldg. Cent. 3030. Aut. 30-388 
*McGurren, Henry V. 31/2 City Hall. 

Main 447. Local 157 
*McHenry, Wm. C. 1639 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Ran. 2160 
*McIlvaine, Alan C. Zane, Morse, Mc- 

Kinney & Mcllvaine, 709-111 W. Mon- 
roe St. Cent. 805 
Mcllvaine, Charles S. 1406-7 Ashland 

Blk. Cent. 4864. Aut. 41-117 
^Mcllvaine, Wm. B. (Wilson. Moore & 

Mcllvaine), 1605 Marquette Bldg. 

Cent. 406 
Mclnerney, James S. City Prosecuting 

Atty. 604 City Hall. Main 447 
*McInerney, John L. 707-36 W. Ran- 
dolph St. Ran. 993 
*McInerney, Jos. A. (Mclnerney, Power 

& Byrnes), 922 Chi. Opera House 

Blk. Main 1567 
Mcintosh, Walter K. 31st st. and Ked- 

zie av. Lawndale 4070 
*McIntyre, George V. 928 New York 

Life Bldg. Ran. .3320 
McKay, Dwight, 421 The Temple. Main 

3910. Asst. State's Atty. Cent. 4870 
McKeag, James, 734 First Nat. Bk. 

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*McKeever, Buell (Isham, Lincoln & 

Beale), 1700-72 W. Adams st. Ran. 

425 
*McKeever, Francis H. Atty. for Pub- 
lic Administrator 1008 City Hall 

Square Bldg. Ran. 7445 
*McKeever, John A. (Musgrave, Op- 

penheim & Lee), 905 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Cent. 732, 733. Aut. 41-115 
IMcKellar. Archibald D. 1411 Ashland 

Blk. Cent. 45. Aut. 41-607 
McKenna, John E. 3837 Archer av. 

Drover 626 
*McKenna, Philip J. Asst. Corporation 

Counsel. Main 447. Local 295 
McKenna, Wm. C. (Cummins, Stearns 

& Milkewitch), 421 Insurance Ex- 
change Bldg. Wabash 828 
*McKenzie, Wm. D. 700 Commercial 

Nat. Bk. Bldg. Ran. 400 
*McKeown, John A. 1522 Harris Trust 

Bldg. Ran. 5075 and 5076 
McKiernan, Joseph O. 605-19 S. La 

Salle St. Cent. 7026 
McKinlay, John, 219 W. Adams st. 

Main 300 
!\IcKinley, Archibald A. 72.0 Nat. Life 

Bldg. Ran. 6816 
*McKinlev, Charles F. 419 Roanoke 

Bldg. Ran. 987 
McKinley, Donald S. 1108 City Hall 

Square Bldg. Ran. 7445 
McKinley, John P. (McKinley & Han- 
sen), 2nth floor Consumers Co. Bldg. 

Har. 5558. Aut. 689-712 
*McKinley, M. L. Judge Superior Court. 

Franklin 3015 
*McKin!ey, Wm. (McKinley & O'Hara), 

720 Nat. Life Ins. Bldg. Ran. 6816 
*McKinney. Hayes (Zane, Morse, Mc- 

Kinney & Mcllvaine), 709-111 W. 

Monroe st. Cent. 805 
McLain, Harold O. 301 Harris Trust 

Bldg. Ran. 4776 
McLaughlin, Ambrose, 334 Sherman st. 

Wabash 1495 
IMcLcan, Charles Forrest, 1041 Am. 

Trust Bldg. Cent. 3396. Aut. 43-S96 
McMahon, Arnold D. (McMahon & 

Graber). 601 Ashland Blk. Cent. 1671. 

Aut. 44-072 
♦McMahon, Daniel J. (McMahon & 

Cheney), 1131-36 Unity Bldg. Cent. 

2628. Aut. 42-391 
♦McMahon, Edmond, 605 Title & Trust 

Bldg. Cent. 3901. Aut. 42-978 
McMahon, Frank J. 11840 Butler st. 

W. Pullman 1652 
McMahon, Geo. Asst. City Atty. Main 

447, and 1617 Ashland Blk. Cent. 

569 



♦McMahon, J. K. 910 Hartford Bldg. 

Ran. 2085. Aut. 41-410 
McManaman, John J. 1231 Unity Bldg. 

Cent. 6806. Aut. 42-843 
McManus, Robert C. Gen'l Atty. Swift 

& Co. Yds. 4200. Cent. 6002 
McAlaster, Dan R. (Passmore & Mc- 

Master). 1744 First Nat. Bk. Bldg. 

Ran. 1394 
♦McMath, James C. 1307 Mailers Bldg. 

Ran. 6780 
McMillan, Wm. T. 4126 Lake av. 
♦McMurdy, Robert (Church & Mc- 

Murdy), 1303 Title & Trust Bldg. 

Cent. 1800 
♦McNab, Joseph L. (Gregory, Poppen- 

husen & McNab). 1103-69 W. Wash- 

mgton St. Ran. 1660 and 1661. Aut. 

41-452 
♦McNabb, Duane T. 1400 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Cent. 828 
McNalis, Andrew J. 410 Title & Trust 

Bldg. Cent. 2139, 5379 
McNamara, Mark J. 1114 Unity Bldg. 

Cent. 1761. Aut. 44-222 
McNeil, Oswell L. (Jarrell & McNeil), 

1317 First Nat. Bk. Bldg. Cent. 4470. 

Aut. 41-906 
McNeill, Edwin Ruthven, 803 Fisher 

Bldg. Har. 3791. Aut. 64-646 
McNett, Chas. S. 30-143 N. Dearborn st. 

Cent. 4371 
♦McNitt, IWillard Charles, 801 Home 

Ins. Bldg. Cent. 5384 
McNulta, Robert P. Seattle, Wash. 
McPherson, Donald F. 1007 Tacoma 

Bldg. Main 2288 
McRoberts, Josiah (Haynie & McRob- 

erts), 915 Merchants' Loan & Trust 

Bldg. Ran. 813 
♦McShane. James C. 822 N. Y. Life 

Bldg. Cent. 515. Aut. 32-009 
McShane, John R. 822 N. Y. Life Bldg. 

Cent. 515. Aut. 32-009 
McSherry, James Roger, Washington, 

D. C. 
♦McSurely, Wm. H. Judge D. Branch 

Appellate Court. Ran. 5540 
McTiernan, Edward, 1515-111 W. Mon- 
roe St. Ran. 901 
♦McWilliams, Benjamin (Taylor & Mc- 

Williams), 515 Royal Ins. Bldg. Wa- 
bash 1246. Aut. 51-603 
♦McWilliams, Donald S. 1353 First Nat. 

Bk. Bldg. Cent. 1361 
McWilliams, Roy (Davis & McWil- 
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Mabee, Alexander C. 1307-8 Westmin- 
ster Bldg. Ran. 6561 

*Alabie, Abram E. 811-812 Ashland Blk. 
Ran. 882 and 935. 

Macauley, John B. (Rector, Hibben, 
Davis & Macauley), 1958 McCormick 
Bldg. Har. 821 

*MacChesney, Nathan W. (McChes- 
ney & Becker), 1321-4 Stock Ex- 
change. Franklin 357 

MacCracken. Wm. P. 953 The Rookery. 
Wabash 220 

Mach. Frank, 48-106 N. La Salle st. 
Main 1828. Aut. 32-383 

Macintyre, William A. (Hill & Macin- 
tyre), 748 S. Halsted st. Monroe 6184. 
Douglas 6285 

Mack, Conie W. (Wiley & IMack), 1408 
Otis Bldg. Franklin 1448 and 1988 

*Mack, Julian W. Judge U. S. Com- 
merce Court, Washington, D. C. 

*Mack, Louis W. 1620 Corn Exch. Bldg. 
Main 1995 

*Mack, Robert T. 1600 American Trust 
Bldg. Cent. 2780 

*Mack, Thomas, 207 Cham. Commerce. 
Franklin 775 and 2247 

*Mack, William J. 1230 Tribune Bldg. 
Cent. 1825 

Mackay, George, 1210-105 S. La Salle st. 
Ran. 3389. Aut. 51-761 

*Mackenzie, Rex (Wheeler, Shattuck & 
Newey), 1307 Marquette Bldg. Cent. 
1053 

MacKinlay, Thomas E. 600 Washington 
blvd. Haymarket 4126 

*Maclean, William H. (McGilvray, 
Fames & Maclean), 1010 Title & Trust 
Bldg. Cent. 491. Aut. 44-525 

*MacLeish, John E. (Scott, Bancroft & 
Stephens), 1620 Corn Exchange Bk. 
Bldg. Main 1995 

Macmillan, Everett B. 5747 Prairie av. 

Macomic, Chester A. 305-119 W. Madi- 
son St. Ran. 7479 

*Macoii, Miles Seldon, 1216 Ft. Dear- 
born Bldg. Ran. 1101. Aut. 54-669 

MacPhail, Leland S. 632-29 S. La Salle 
St. Ran. 1718 

MacPherson, Donald F. 1007 Tacoma 
Bldg. Main 2288 

Macy, Wm. A. 304 National Life Bldg. 
Ran. 3663 

Madden, Daniel L. 729-32 Stock Ex- 
change Bldg. Main 2584. Aut. 34-056 

*Maddock, Thomas H. (Maddock & 
Jaffe), 625 N. Y. Life Bldg. Ran. 
1048. Aut. 32-008 



Madigan. John E. 1439 Unity Bldg. 

Cent. 3441. Aut. 44-412 
*Magee, Henry W. 803 Fisher Bldg. 

Har. 3791. Aut. 64-646 
Magee, Wayland Weels, 803 Fisher 

Bldg. Har. 3791 
Magnussen, Arthur H. 9154 Commercial 

av. South Chicago 462 
*Maguire, Philip J. (McGuire & Moo- 

ney), 1124 Nat'l Life Bldg. Cent. 

3795 
Maher, Edward, 1517 Unity Bldg. Cent. 

6930. Aut. 43-972 
*]\Iaher, James, 702 Reaper Blk. Cent. 

4996 
*Maher, Michael E. Master in Chancery 

Superior Court, 1420 Unity Bldg. 

Ran. 367. Aut. 44-501 
Maher, William J. 1617 Ashland Blk. 

Cent. 569 
Mahon, John F. 420 Ashland Blk. Cent. 

5210. Aut. 41-609 
Mahon, Joseph, 420 Ashland Blk. Cent. 

5210. Aut. 41-609 
Mahoney, Jonn A. Judge Municipal 

Court. Franklin 2684 
Mahoney, John J. (Mahoney & O'Rior- 

dan), 608 Ashland Blk. Ran. 1415. 

Aut. 44-559 
*Mahoney, Joseph P. (Rogers & Maho- 
ney), 1310 Title & Trust Bldg. Cent. 

2643. Aut. 42-4.34 
Mahony. Bernard J. Asst. State's Atty. 

Criminal Court Bldg. Cent. 4870, and 

1207 Ashland Blk. Cent. 1057. Aut. 

41-402 
*Mahony, Charles L. 701 Cham. Com- 
merce. Main 1308. Aut. 34-543 
Mahony. John, 401 Com'l Nat. Bk. Bldg. 

Ran. 2367 
*Mains, Fred 911 Steger Bldg. 28 E. 

Jackson blvd. Har. 4262 
Mains, Wesley H. 11340 Lothair av. 

Morgan Park 1811 
*Makeel, Frank E. 1644 Unity Bldg. 

Cent. 1391. Aut. 42-637 
Malato, Stephen A. Asst. State's Atty. 

Cent. 4870, and (Malato, Bauer & 

Donoghue), 616 Ashland Blk. Cent. 

679 
Mallek, Leo S. 1909-12 City Hall Square 

Bldg. Ran. 3337 
Mallory, Lucius W. 4430 ElHs av. 
Malloy, Dennis M. 814-16 The Rookery. 

Wabash 424. Aut. 52-497 
Malmberg, Emil J. 1320 Westminster 

Bldg. Cent. 444 
*Malmin, Lucius J. M. 1410 Harris 

Trust Bldg. Cent. 4834. Aut. 57-332 
Mamer, Jr. Christopher, 7th floor Kar- 

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Mancl, Frank J. 1834 S. Ashland av. 

Canal 2230 
Manheimer, Arthur E. 600 The Temple. 

Main 365. Aut. 51-449 
*Manierre, George W. (Holdom, Man- 

ierre & Pratt). 1008 Harris Trust 

Bldg. Ran. 5959 
Manierre, Louis, 416 Merchants' L. & 

T. Bldg. Ran. 2721 
Mankle. George, 1020 Marquette Bldg. 

Ran. 398 
Mann, Donald H. (Calhoun, Lyford & 

Sheean). 940 Rookery. Wabash 3814. 

Aut. 52-142. 52-143 
Mann, Edward L. 1350 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Cent. 1100 and 4036 
*Mann, James R. 1350 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Cent. 1100 and 4036 
Mann. Wm. B. Gen'l Atty. Cent. Union 

Tel. Co. 212 W. Washington st. Tel. 

Official 300. Local 597 
*Mannhardt, Wm. 617 Ashland Blk. 

Ran. 5160. Aut. 44-123 
♦Manning, Alfred E. (Underwood, 

Harding & Manning), 1107 Tacoma 

Bldg. Main 120. Aut. 31-839 
Manning, John L. 35-143 N. Dearborn 

St. Cent. 1970. Aut. 42-580 
Manning, W. C. J. 27 Metropolitan Blk. 

Franklin 2310. Aut. 31-048 
Maple, Wm. H. 42-128 N. La Salle st. 

Main 2046 
Mapledoram, Eugene C. 816 Ashland 

Blk. Cent. 390. Aut. 44-421 
March, Benjamin F. (Ela, Grover & 

March). 1331 Unity Bldg. Cent. 

4199. Aut. 43-667 
March, C. C. 20-106 N. La Salle st. 

Franklin 2388 
Margolis, Bernard ,1314 Hartford Bldg. 

Ran. 467. Aut. 41-097 
Markman, Samuel K. 1614 City Hall 

Square Bldg. Ran. 6710 
Marks, Adolph, 22-106 N. La Salle st. 

Main 3860 
Marks, Louis H. 4331 Langley av. 

Drexel 2486 
♦Markus, Joseph E. 926 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Ran. 5556 
Marriott, Arthur C 1400 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Cent. 828 
Marriott, A. R. Vice-Prest. Chi. Title & 

Trust Co. 69 W. Washington st. Cent. 

4880 
Marsh, Edwin F. with Continental & 

Com'l IN at. Bk. Ran. 4606 
*Marsh, John P. 1020 Tribune Bldg. 

Cent. 2187. Ran. 3501 
Marshall, Edward, 1506-105 W. Monroe 

St. Ran. 760 
Marshall. Fred B. 604 Security Bldg. 

Main 3559 



Marshall, Henry W. 604 Corn Exchange 
Bldg. Franklin 3600 

Marshall, John C. 70 E. 56th st. Engle- 
wood 8710 

Marshall, John W. 1628-38 Unity Bldg. 
Ran. 738. Cent. 1295. Aut. 47-353 

Marshall, L. K. 2021 Insurance Ex- 
change. Wabash 3848. Aut. 580-359 

*Marshall, Thomas, 650 Otis Bldg. 
Franklin 3928 

Marshall, Wm. N. (O'Bryan & Mar- 
shall), 500 N. Y. Life Bldg. Cent. 
5501 

*Marso, M. 1520-139 N. Clark st. Ran. 
5885 

*Marston, Amos W. 1212 Schiller Bldg. 
Ran. 1013. Aut. 42-390 

*Marston. Thomas B. 901 Tacoma Bldg. 
Main 1153 

*Martin, Albert, 845 Peoples Gas Bldg. 
Ran. 692 

Martin, Alvah T. (Martin & Martin), 
921 Schiller Bldg. Cent. 2236 

*Martin, Amos W. (A. W. & Edward 
H. S. Martin), 707 Tacoma Bldg. 
Main 2084. Aut. 32-966 

Martin, Anderson E. (Martin & Mar- 
tin). 921 Schiller Bldg. Cent. 2236 

Martin, Andrew A. 303 N. State st. 
Cent. 842 

*Martin, Charles. 1104-11 Corn Exch. 
Bk. Blk. Main 3129 

Martin, Chas. C. 1801 City Hall Sauare 
Bldg. Ran. 1031 

Martin, Edward H. S. (A. W. & Ed- 
ward H. S. Martin), 707 Tacoma 
Bldg. Main 2084. Aut. 32-966 

Martin, Eunice D. 1706 Sunnyside av. 

Martin. Miss Ellen A. (Perry & Mar- 
tin), 411-118 N. La Salle st. 

Martin, E. T. 1008 Title & Trust Bldg. 
Cent. 2579. Aut. 41-451 

Martin, George, 1313 S. 5th av. May- 
wood. Tel. 218 

Martin. Geo. M. 1315 Cham. Commerce. 
Main 4204 

Martin. George R. 820 Ashland Blk. 
Cent. 3593. Aut. 42-332 

*Martin, Henry T. TPomeroy & Mar- 
tin), 1314 Fisher Bldg. Har. 2062 

Martin, Hobart W. 803-417 S. Dearborn 
St. Har. 3698 

='=Martin. Horace H. (Herrick, Allen & 
Martin). 1800 Commercial Nat. Bk. 
Bldg. Ran. 4046 

*Martin, Hugh T. 300-10 S. La Salle st. 
Franklin 3580 

Martin. James C. Judge Municipal Ct. 
Franklin 2684 

Martin. Leonard F. 700 Com'l Nat'l Bk. 
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Martin, Mellen C. 934 Tribune Bldg. 
Ran. 2929 

*Martin, Robert D. (lies & Martin), 
702 Rector Bldg. Ran. 6169. 

Martin, Powell K. (Shaw & Martin), 
703-36 W. Randolph st. Cent. 1914 

Martin, Wm. L. 916-32 N. Clark st. 
Main 4352 

*Martyn, Chauncey W. 934-72 W. Ad- 
ams St. Cent. 3304 

Martz, Wm. H. Portland, Ore. 

*Marvin, Arba Bryan, 1020 Marquette 
Bldg. Ran. 398 

Marx, August, 93-154 W. Randolph st. 
Franklin 997 

Marx, August R. 93-154 W. Randolph 
St. Franklin 997 

Marx, Frederick Z. 1310 Title & Trust 
Bldg. Cent. 6563. Aut. 42-434 

Marx, Jacob H. (Epstein & Marx), 
707-9 Rector Bldg. Ran. 5626-5627 

Marx, Walter, 1237 Arthur st. Rogers 
Park 7084 

Marz, Jas. W. 947 Marquette Bldg. 
Ran. 2996. Aut. 61-837 

*Mason, Chas. T. Master in Chancery 
Superior Court. 503 Cham. Com- 
merce. Main 2885 

Mason, Frederic O. 1021 N. Y. Life 
Bldg. Cent. 5430 

*Mason, George A. 1508 Title & Trust 
Bldg. Cent. 1976 

*Mason, George H. 1201 Title & Trust 
Bldg. Ran. 440 

Mason, Henry B. (Mason Bros.). 4114- 
16 Title & Trust Bldg. Cent. 2555. 
Aut. 42-509 

Mason, Henry E. (Mason Bros.), 1114- 
16 Title & Trust Bldg. Cent. 2555. 
Aut. 42-509 

Mason, Lewis F. 402 The Temple. Main 
4332. Aut. 58-282 

*Mason. Roswell B. Master in Chan- 
cery Circuit Ct. 1010 Marquette Bldg. 
Cent. 6116. Aut. 62-230 

*Mason, Wm. E. 402 The Temple. Main 
4332. Aut. 58-282 

Massen, John A. (Hollen & Massen), 
1030 National Life Bldg. Ran. 6890 

*Masters, Edgar L. 1311-12 Marquette 
Bldg. Ran. 1687 

Masterson, Edwin F. 948 National Life 
Bldg. Ran. 5048. Aut. 31-769 

*Mastin, George C. (Mastin & Sher- 
lock), 1106 Fisher Bldg. Har. 7748, 
7749. Aut. 61-402 

*Matchett, David F. Master in Chan- 
cery Superior Ct. 913-19 Ft. Dearborn 
Bldg. Ran. 5256. Aut. 51-916 

*Mather. Richard H. (Mather & Hut- 
son), 901-4 Otis Bldg. Main 1476 



Mathias, Lee D. Asst. City Corporatiorr 

Counsel. Main 447 
Mathiesen, Wm. 926 Manhattan Bldg. 

Har. 75 
Matson, A. P. Clark (Cameron & Mat- 
son), 1415 Ashland Blk. Cent. 3916. 

Aut. 41-871 
*Matthews, Francis E. (Mayer, Meyer, 

Austrian & Piatt), 16th floor Am.. 

Trust Bldg. Cent. 2780 
*Matthews, Henry M. 1009 Cham. Com- 
merce Bldg. Main 3989 
^Matthews, J. Scott. 1315 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Cent. 1548 
Matthews, Judd H. 809 City Hall Square 

Bldg. Ran. 2735. Aut. 41-337 
Matthison, Julius C. 422 Reaper Blk. 

Cent. 4998. Aut. 42-681 
Matz, Bernard G. 8819 Exchange av. 
Matz, Carl D. 510-35 N. Dearborn st. 

Cent. 2607 
*Matz, Rudolph (Matz, Fisher & Boy- 
den), 510 Portland Bldg. Cent. 2607 
Maverick, Manton, Gen'l Atty. Conti- 
nental Casualty Co. 1208 Michigan av. 

Calumet 320 
Maxwell, T. G. 3672 S. Wabash av. 
*Maxwell, Wm. W. SOI Ashland Blk. 

Ran. 5168. Aut. 41-361 
Mav, Albert W. (Wilson & May), 1912 

Harris Trust Bldg. Ran. 3518 
May, Jr. George T. (Force Bain & 

May, Jr.), 1649 Monadnock Blk. Har. 

792 
May, John V. C. Title & Trust Co. 

Cent. 4880 
Mayer, Edwin B. 1038-30 N. La Salle 

St. Main 3470 
*Mayer, Elias (Stein, Mayer & Stein), 

1633 First Nat. Bk. Bldg. Ran. 3141. 

Aut. 42-779 
Mayer, Frank, with C. Title & Trust 

Co. Cent. 4880 
Mayer, Frederick, Bk. fl. Ashland Blk. 

Ran. 561 
*Mayer, Fred W. 624 Chicago Opera 

House. Main 3688 
*Mayer, Isaac H. (Mayer, Meyer, Aus- 
trian & Piatt), 16th floor. Am. Trust 

Bldg. Cent. 2780 
*Mayer, Lew (Mayer, Meyer, Austrian 

& Piatt), i6th floor, Am. Trust Bldg. 

Cent. 2780. 
Mayer, Theodore C. (Died Feb. 25, 

1913.) 
Mayo, Arthur E. 207 S. Wabash av. 

Har. 7316 
*Meads, Albert H. (Meads & Ayer), 

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♦Meagher, James F. (Sears, Meagher & 
Whitney), 1500 First Nat. Bk. Bldg. 
Cent. 3176 and 3177. Aut. 41-113 

Meanor. Anson E. 903 Straus Bldg. 

Franklin 1493. Aut. 34-752 
♦Mecartney, Harry S. (Oliver & Me- 
cartney), 714 Roanoke Bldg. Ran. 
5038 and 5039 
*Mecham, John B. Joliet, 111. 
*Mechem, John C. (Mechem & 
Bangs). 811 Harris Trust Bldg. Cent. 
7020 

♦Mechling. Edward A. (Campe. Koebel 
& Mechling), 420 Ashland Blk. Cent. 
5210. Aut. 41-609 

Mecklenburger, Albert F. 1610 Ft. Dear- 
born Bldg. Ran. 45 

Medaris, Wm. R. 1405 City Hall Square 
Bldg. Ran. 5748. 

Meek, S. Mason (Meek & McDonald), 
61 Metropolitan Blk. Franklin 3479 

Meeker, Karl B. Tampa, Fla. 

♦Megan. Charles P. (Burton. Kannally 
& Megan), 1620 Ashland Blk. Cent. 
1490 

Mehlhope, Clarence E. (Brown & Mehl- 
hope), 808 Marquette Bldg. Cent. 
4.384. Aut. C7-468 

*Meier, Christian, 614 Roanoke Bldg. 
Cent. 5787 

Meier, Edward, 121 N. State st. Pri- 
vate Exch. 1 

Meier, E. C. Frank, Asst. City Corp. 
Counsel. Main 447 

*Meier, George J. 1610 Corn Exch. Bk. 
Bldg. Main 2491 

Meier. Paul C. 614 Roanoke Bldg. Cent. 
5787 

Meier, Robert A. Jr. Chicago Heightb. 
Tel. 321. 

Melick, Robert D. 1303 Rector Bldg. 
Ran. 6071 

*Mellum. Horace J. 1214-332 S. Michi- 
gan av. Harrison 4120 

Meloan, Wade W. (McEwen, Weissen- 
bach, Shrimski & Meloan), 1630 Trib- 
une Bldg. Ran. 1806 

Melville. A. B. 017 Royal Ins. Bldg. 
Wabash 4271 

Melville, Willis. 1031 Unity Bldg. Cent. 
5312. Aut. 44-345 

Melvin, George H. 4401 Oakenwald av. 
Kenwood 254 

Mendel, Claire. 419-108 S. La Salle st. 
Main 395. Aut. 57-254 

*Meneley, Harry W. 1642 W. Lake st. 
West 81 

Menges, Paul O. 617 Insurance Ex- 
change Bldg. Wabash 4095. 

Menkin. Edward, 1206 Rector Bldg. Ran. 
3545 

Menn. Paul L. 819 New York Life Bldg. 
Ran. 4906 



Menzel, Oscar, 829 Lawrence av. Cent. 

220 
Mensinger, George B. 610 City Hall 

(Civil Service). Main 447 
Mercer, Clarence E. (Mercer & Mer- 
cer), 525 Reaper Blk. Ran. 1047 
Mercer, Thomas H. (Mercer & Mer- 
cer), 525 Reaper Blk. Ran. 1047 
Merceret, H. J. 1526 S. Dearborn st. 

Cal. 2069. 
Merensky, Joseph J. 1118 S. Albany av. 
*Mergentheim, Morton A. Asst City 

Atty. Main 447, and 833 First Nat. 

Bk. Bldg. Ran. 2266. Aut. 44-243 
Merriam, Joseph W. 360 E. Garfield 

blvd. 
Merriam, Ralph, 846 Otis Bldg. Main 

2099 
Merrick, CHnton. 1301 Title & Trust 

Bldg. Cent. 415 
♦Merrick, George P. 1301 Title & Trust 

Bldg. Cent. 415 
♦Merrick, Roy C. (Kruse, Peden & 

Merrick), 809-12 City Hall Square 

Bldg. Ran. 2687. Aut. 41-337 
Merritt, Frederick. 125 W. Monroe st. 

Ran. 2976. Aut. 51-141 
Mesirow, Benjamin S. 309 Harris Trust 

Bldg. Ran. 3012, 3013 
Messner, Ernest (Gallagher & Mess- 

ner), 900-905 Boyce Bldg. Cent. 1289 

and 1290. Aut. 43-988 
Metcalf, Edwin S. 819 Ashland Blk. 

Ran. 910 
♦Methven, Benjamin F. 4720 Kenwood 

av. 
Metzen. John L. 1401-2 City Hall Square 

Bldg. Ran. 1121 
Meusel. Oscar M. 829 Lawrence av. 

Edgewater 2404 
♦Meyer, Abraham (Mayer. Meyer. Aus- 
trian & Piatt), 16th floor Am. Trust 

Bldg. Cent. 2780 
♦Meyer. Carl (Mayer. Meyer, Austrian 

& Piatt). 16th floor Am. Trust Bldg. 

Cent. 2780 
Meyer, Emil A. 68 Metropolitan Blk. 

Main 4185. Aut. 36-274 
♦Meyer, George H. 720 Stock Exchange 

Bldg. Main 2756 
Meyer, Oscar, 721 Chgo. Opera House. 

Har. 375 
Meyer, Sidney B. 1511-14 City Hall 

Square Bldg. Ran. 6752 
♦Meyer, William C. 1301 Ashland Blk. 

Cent. 5451. Aut. 41-367 
Meyerovitz, Harry J. (Schulman & Mey- 

erovitz), 315-17 Ashland Blk. Ran. 

646 
Meyers, William P. 630-32 N. Qark st. 

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Michael, Lester J. 724 Washington 

blvd. Monroe 3000 
Michal, Charles J. 909 City Hall Square 

BIdg. Ran. 2330 
*Michelet, Chas. J. 32-143 N. Dearborn 

St. Cent. 1970. Aut. 42-009 
*Michels, Nicholas, Asst. Corporation 

Counsel, 511 City Hall. Main 447 
Mickey, Daniel M. 1525 Unity Bldg. 

Cent. 6268 
Micon, Samuel. 1628 Unity Bldg. Ran. 

738. Aut. 47-353 
*Mies, Frank P. (Beck & Mies), 614 

Hartford Bldg. Ran. 3102 
Mikitynski, Anthony I. 1316 N. Maple- 
wood av. Humboldt 2910 
Milchrist, Frank T. (Milchrist & Mil- 

christ), 1600 Westminster Bldg. Ran. 

2124 and 1771. Aut. 63-073 
*Milchrist, Thomas E. (Milchrist & 

Milchrist), 1600 Westminster Bldg. 

Ran. 2124 and 1771. Aut. 63-073 
Milchrist, William A. 1600 Westminster 

Bldg. Ran. 2124 
*Milke\vitch, Isaac (Cummins, Stearns 

& Milkewitch), 421 Insurance Ex- 
change Bldg. Wabash 828 
Millar, Chauncey M. 1222 Unity Bldg. 

Ran. 1091. Aut. 43-809 
Millar, James O. 19 E. Indiana st. 
*Millar, Robert W. 1210 Title & Trust 

Bldg. Cent. 2170 
Millar. T. Scott, 1403 Morse av. Rog- 
ers Park 5302 
Millar, W. Harrv F. 1024 N. Y. Life 

Bldg. Cent. 313 
*M''llard, Everett L. 1110 Title & Trust 

Bldg. Ran. 1458 
Millard, W. D. 1335 Railway Exchange 

Bldg. Har. 6162 
Miller, Albert G. 1601 Title & Trust 

Bldg. Ran. 4193. Aut. 41-327 
*Miller, Amos C. (Miller, Gorham & 

Wales), 1018-22 New York Life 

Bldg. Cent. 5428, 5429, 5430 
Miller, George A. 1522 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Cent. 2150. Aut. 4.3-629 
Miller Geo. A. 928 Unity Bldg. Ran. 

378. Aut. 47-308 
*Miller, Geo. H. 1415 Marquette Bldg. 

Cent. 2822 
*Miller, Geo. W. (Busby, Weber, Mil- 
ler & Robinson), 1639 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Ran. 2160 
Miller, Harry B. 320 N. Howard av. 
*Miller. Henry G. (Whitman & Miller), 

306 Portland Blk. Ran. 40 and 41. 

Aut. 44-014 
Miller, Henry N. (Miller & Schall), 

518 Roanoke Bldg. Cent. S676. Ran. 

189 



Miller, James A. (Miller & Herr), 613- 

14 Ashland Blk. Ran. 3417 
Miller. J. Marion, 1445 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Cent. 2231 
*MilIer, Jay D. 600 W. Erie st. Dear- 
born 123 
♦Miller, John S. (Miller, Starr, Packard 

& Peckham), 1522 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Cent. 2150. Aut. 43-629 
♦Miller, Luther L. (Miller & Smith), 

1515 Monadnock Bldg. Har. 2854 
Miller, Mary E. 1644 Unity Bldg. Cent. 

1391. Aut. 42-637 
Miller, Oscar C 1714-17 City Hall 

Square Bldg. Ran. 4795 
Miller, Richard H. C. 1525 Unity Bldg. 

Ran. 2673. Aut. 44-208 
Miller, Samuel A. 1014 Schiller Bldg. 

Ran. 1026 
♦Miller, Walter J. 61-106 N. La Salle st. 

Main 3004 
♦Miller, Wm. C. with State Bank of 

Chicago, 203 Cham. Commerce. Frank- 
lin 684 
♦Miller, Wm. S. Atty. for the Northern 

Trust Co. Main 5200 
Milligan, F. F. 810 Corn Exchange Bk. 

Bldg. Main 5100 
Millner, Le Roy, C. Title & Trust Co. 

Cent. 4880 
♦Mills, Allen G. 532 Monadnock Blk. 

Har. 263. Aut. 64-679 
Mills. Harrv M. 1025 La Salle St. Sta- 
tion. Wabash 3210 
♦Mills, Alatthew (Brothers & Mills), 

602 N. Y. Life Bldg. Cent. 5003 
Mills, Wiley Wright (Mills & Holly), 

828-37 Unity Bldg. Cent. 1332. Aut. 

43-012 
Milner, Robert S. Belle Plaine, la. 
Milroy. Charles E. 408 Title & Trust 

Bldg. Cent. 5550. Aut. 41-524 
Miltimore. Max, 702 Stock Exchange 

Bldg. Main 4854. Aut. 33-855 
:\Iinaohan, Michael V. 6234 Madison av. 

Midway 1112 
Miner, Truman H. 1625 Harris Trust 

Bide. Ran. 5226 
Mindak. Peter P. Asst. U. S. Dist. Atty. 

826 Federal Bldg. Har. 4700 
♦Miroslawski, W. S. 2918 Milwaukee av. 

Irving 1028 
Mirus, James O. 4520 W. Harrison st. 

Garfield 1650 
Mitchell. Andrew, 1109-11 Tacoma Bldg. 

Main 5147. Aut. 32-5-32 
Mitchell, Clement C. 1500 Title & Trust 

Bldg. Ran. 251 
♦Mitchell, Chas. H. Attv. for Election 

Coms. 3d floor City Hall. Main 764. 

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*Mitchell, George R. 916 Title & Trust 

Bldg. Cent. 1567. Aut. 42-595 
Mithen, Luke H. 1002 Ashland Blk. 

Cent. 334 
Mix, Robert R. (Holmes & Mix), 412- 

35 N. Dearborn st. Cent. 4067 
Moak. Will B. 1342 Stock Exch. Bldg. 

:Main 2989 
Moe, Frederick (Bell & Cross), 1008-69 

W. Washington st. Cent. 2579. Aut. 

41-451 
Moehle. John L. 800 Commercial Nat. 

Bk. Bldg. Cent. 395, 396 and 1734 
*Moffett, Willard (Espey & Moffett), 

605-19 S. La Salle st. Cent. 7026 
Moffitt, John, 1614 Unity Bldg. Ran. 

5430 
*Mogg, Clayton Wiley, 638 Marquette 

Bldg. Ran. 2378 and 3797 
Mohan, Edgar D. 1102 Hartford Bldg. 

Cent. 3272 
Moloney, George H. 1013 Ashland Blk. 

Cent. 1192 
*Molthrop, Chas. P. (Smietanka. John- 
son, Molthrop & Polkey), 610 Title & 

Trust Bldg. Ran. 3296 and 3297 
Molyneaux, Thomas F. 1915 City Hall 

Square Bldg. Cent. 4128 
Momeyer, Wm. F. 805-10 Corn Ex- 
change Bk. Bldg. Main 5100 
*Monahan, Charles J. 712 Otis Bldg. 

Franklin 3240 and 3241 
Monahan, Thomas F. (Lumbard, Swe- 

nie, Monahan & Harris), 822 Reaper 

Blk. Cent. 1856 
Monson, Edward, 1914 McCormick 

Bldg. Har. 5906 
Montcastle, R. M. Fort Gibson, Okla. 
Montgomery. Bertram H. 714-9 S. La 

Salle St. Ran. 5038 
*Montgomery, John R. (Montgomery, 

Hart & Smith), 1913 Harris Trust 

Bldg. Cent. 6731 
Montgomery, Wm. A. 505 Unity Bldg. 

Cent. 3545 
*Moody, Will C. (Welch. Moody & 

Welch), 407 Association Bldg. Cent. 

6564. Aut. 33-069 
*Moonev, Vincent C. 1301 Borland Blk. 

Ran. 3567 
Mooney, William E. (Maguire & Moo- 

ney), 1124 National Life Bldg. Cent. 

3795 
Mooney, Will R. 49 Metropolitan Blk. 

Main 1725 
Moore. Chas. B. Royal Ins. Bldg (bank 

floor). Wabash 26.36 
Moore, Chas. R. 800 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Ran. 10. Aut. 42-161 
Moore, Duncan, 1303 Cham. Commerce. 

Main 826 



*Moore, Edwin White, 1228-29 S. La 

Salle St. Ran. 4788 
Moore, Frank N. 7th floor Karpen Bldg. 

Wabash 1320 
Moore,' Frank N. 1231 Unity Bldg. 

Cent. 1799. Aut. 42-843 
*Moore, Frederick W. 1308 Marquette 

Bldg. Cent. 864 
*Moore, Nathan Grier (Wilson, Moore 

& Mcllvaine), 1605 Marquette Bldg. 

Cent. 406 
Moore, Wm. J. 420 Ashland Blk. Cent. 

5210. Aut. 41-609 
Moore, Wm. J. 1001-167 W. Washing- 
ton St. Main 3598 
Moran, Anthony J. 1402 Hartford Bldg. 

Ran. 290 
Moran, D. J. (Moran & Dyer), 414 

Hammond Bldg. Hammond, Ind. Tel. 

556 
Moran, Eugene A. 1402 Hartford Bldg. 

Ran. 290 
Moran, Francis F. Asst. City Atty. 602 

City Hall. Main 477 
Moran, Michael J. 900-30 N. Dearborn 

St. Cent. 1289. Aut. 43-998 
Moran, Samuel J. (Tompkins & Mo- 
ran), 1915 City Hall Square Bldg. 

Cent. 4128 
*Moran, Thomas A. 130 S. La Salle st. 

Franklin, 640. Aut. 52-210 
Morawski, M. J. 910 Ashland Blk. 

Cent. 6630. Aut. 44-007 
*More. Clair E. (Bulklev. Grav & 

More), 518 Home Ins. Bldg. Ran. 

187 
More, R. Wilson, 1201-6 Title & Trust 

Bldg. Ran. 440. Aut. 42-418 
Morgan, A. K. 1120 Westminster Bldg. 

Ran. 7440. Aut. 62-880 
*Morgan, Geo. N. (Geo. N. Morgan & 

Bro.), 800-30 N. Dearborn st. Cent. 

2351. Aut. 41-713 
Morgan, Gilbert W. (Geo. N. Morgan 

& Bro.), 800-30 N. Dearborn st. Cent. 

2351. Aut. 41-713 
Morgan, Kendrick E. 1120 Westminster 

Bldg. Ran. 7440. Aut. 62-888 
Morgan, Thomas T. (Died December 10, 

1912.) 
Morgan, Wm. L. (Morgan, McFarland 

& Goodman), 809-137 N. Clark st. 

Ran. 2735. Aut. 41-337 
Morheiser, William M. 902 Ashland 

Blk. Ran. 3641 
Moriarty, Maurice J. (Bolton & Mori- 
arty), 620 Reaper Blk. Ran. 2174 
Morley, Linwood, 1313 Ft. Dearborn 

Bldg. Ran. 220 
*Morrill, Donald L. 1210 Title & Trust 

Bldg. Cent. 2170. Aut. 41-455 



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♦Morris, Benj. B. 1314 Ashland Blk. 
Ran. 957. Aut. 43-842 

*Morris, Benj. I. 1044 Unity Bldg. Ran. 
2211. Cent. 3511. Aut. 44-181 

Morris. Edward H. 801-219 S. Dearborn 
St. Har. 1251. Aut. 64-733 

*Morris. Henry C. 924 Marquette Bldg. 
Cent. 299 

Morris. Joseph O. 1009 N. Y. Life Bldg. 
Ran. 3031 

Morris, Michael B. (Morris & Schust- 
erman), 609-117 N. Dearborn st. Ran. 
4858 

♦Morrison, Chas. B. Master in Chan- 
cery U. S. District Court, 652 Federal 
Bldg. Har. 3013 

Morrissey, Michael P. 943-50 Marquette 
Bldg. Ran. 2996. Aut. 61-837 

Morrow. William A. 456 The Rookery. 
Wabash 2264. Aut. 52-349 

*:Morsbach. John W. 1447 First Nat. 
Bk. Bldg. Ran. 841. Aut. 47-338 

*Morse, Chas. F. (Zane, Morse, Mc- 
Kinney & Mtllvaine), 709-11 W. Mon- 
roe St. Cent. 805 

*Morse, Clarence T. 1538-44 Tribune 
Bldg. Ran. 3261. Aut. 44-363 

Morse. Edward L. C. 9009 Escanaba av. 
So. Chicago 736 

Morton, Meyer, 934 Stock Exch. Bldg. 
Franklin 900 

Moseley, Beauregard F. 6221 S. Hal- 
sted St. Wentworth 215 

Moser, John J. 1205 Garfield blvd. Nor- 
mal 1977, and 19 S. Fifth av. Frank- 
lin 3070. Main 813 

Moser, Paul, 1409 Lake View Bldg. 116 
S. Michigan av. Cent. 5158 

Moses, Rosenthal & Kennedy (Moritz 
Rosenthal, Henry H. Kennedy, Jo- 
seph W. Moses, Julius Moses, Ham- 
ilton Moses, Walter Bachrach, Ed- 
ward D. Wallace and S. Sidney 
Stein), 600-614 The Temple. Main 
365. Aut. 51-449 

*Moses, Hamilton (Moses, Rosenthal & 
Kennedy), 600 The Temple. Main 
365. Aut. 51-449 

*Moses, Joseph W. (Moses, Rosenthal & 
Kennedy), 600 The Temple. Main 
365. Aut. 51-449 

*Moses, Julius (Moses, Rosenthal & 
Kennedy), 600 The Temple. Main 
365. Aut. 51-449 

Moss. Walter E. 1816-72 W. Adams st. 
Ran. 1166 

Moss, Wm. Lathrop. (Died May 13, 
1913.) 

*Moss, Wm. R. (Moss. Bastian & 
Schmidt). 542-5 First Nat. Bk. Bldg. 
Ran. 6680 



*Mosser, Edwin J. (Rubens, Fischer & 

Mosser), 1418 Westminster Bldg. Ran. 

4234 and 4235 
*Mott. Russell (Bovle, Mott & Haight), 

1043-52 National Life Bldg. Ran. 

3784 and 3785 
Moudry, Ladimir F. 1010 Marquette 

Bldg. Cent. 6116. Aut. 62-230 
*Moulton, Frank I. (Helmer, Moulton, 

Whitman & Whitman), 1217-23 West- 
minster Bldg. Ran. 7320 
*Moulton, William B. 1206 Borland 

Bldg. Cent. 6689 
Mraz, James W. 94S-50 Marquette Bldg. 

Ran. 2996. Aut. 61-837 
Muhlke, Joseph H. (Muhlke & Mur- 

dock), 405 Portland Blk. Ran. 4101. 

Aut. 48-370 
Muir, James B. 48-106 N. La Salle st. 

Main 1828. Aut. 32-383 
Muir, Robert H. 720 Oxford Bldg. 

Main 3193 
Mull, Charles C. 1434 Washington blvd. 

Haymarket 1123 
*Mullen, Timothy F. 811 The Rookery. 

Wabash 1351. Aut. 52-262 
Mullen, Thomas J. (Mullen & L'Am- 

oreaux), 832 National Life Bldg. 

Cent. 4068 
*:\Iulligan, Geo. F. 816 Ashland Blk. 

Ran. 2240. Aut. 44-421 
Mulvihill, Wm. Frank (Mulvihill & 

Starr), 1306 Association Bldg. Ran. 

5050 
Munday, John W. (Munday, Evarts, 

Adcock & Clark), 907 Marquette 

Bldg. Cent. 1556 
Munde, S. 1016 Westminster Bldg. Ran. 

2682 
*Munger, Edwin A. 402-35 N. Dearborn 

St. Cent. 960. Aut. 41-654 
*Munhall, William D. 1208 Ashland Blk. 

Cent. 1057. Aut. 41-402 
Munn, Dan W. 501 Union Bank Bldg. 

Cent. 2124 
Munns, Harry P. 704-32 N. Clark st. 

Main 2870. Aut. 31-875 
*Munro, Fayette S. (Vroman. Munro & 

Vroman), 1206 Marquette Bldg. Ran. 

4275 
*Monroe, Charles A. 1010 Home Ins. 

Bldg. Ran. 2510 
Munroe, James E. (Munroe & Noyes), 

401 Home Ins. Bldg. Cent. 1740 
Munsell, Robert F. 701-3 Stock Ex- 
change Bldg. Main 4854. Aut. 33-855 
Munson. Fred W. 1425 Unity Bldg. 

Ran. 4796. Aut. 43-909 
Murdock, Forrest O. (Muhlke & Mur- 

dock), 405 Portland Blk. Ran. 4101. 

Aut. 48-370 



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Murison, Chas. E. (Shortall & Muri- 

son), 601 Title & Trust Bldg. Cent. 

2045 and 2046. Aut. 43-528 
Murlless, A. G. 6907 S. Halsted st. 

Went. 1364 
*]\Iurphy, John A. Jr. La Grange. III. 
Murphy, Daniel P. (Dunne & Alurphy), 

1103 Citv Hall Square Bldg. Cent. 

4296. Aut. 44-003 
Murphy. Dennis F. 1012 W. Madison st. 

Cent. 6997 
Murphy, Henry E. 1625 Unity Bldg. 

Cent. 4325. Aut. 48-237 
Murphy, John K. Asst. State's Atty. 

Cent. 4870 
♦Murphy, Patrick J. Asst. State's Atty. 

Cent. 4870, and (Kahn & Murphy). 

9154 Commercial av. So. Chicago 176 
Murphy, Wm. J. 3518 Reta st. 
Murray, C. F. 715 Monadnock Blk. Har. 

4621 
Murray. Carl T. (Galpin & Murray), 

1330 Otis Bldg. Franklin 2256 
Murray, Frank B. 1518 Otis Bldg. 

Franklin 3510. Aut. 34-525 
*Murray, Frank T. 821-112 W. Adams 

St. Ran. 638 
Murray, Geo. W. 1015 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Cent. 1811 
♦Murray, James S. 1210 Title & Trust 

Bldg. Cent. 1940. Aut. 42-20.? 
Murray, John T. (Browne & Murray), 

816 Ashland Blk. Ran. 3517. Aut. 

444-21 
Murray, Joseph J. Atty. City Fire Dept. 

Main 447. and 010 City Hall Square 

Bldg. Ran. 2330 
Murray, Oscar O. 606 S. Michigan av. 

Har. 6200 
♦Murray. Patrick F. 816 Ashland Blk. 

Ran. 3517. Aut. 444-21 
Murray, Sidney C. 536 La Salle St. 

Station. Wabash 4200 
Murray, Thos. H. 1511 Ashland Blk. 

Ran. 2937. Aut. 41-405 
Murray. Walter A. 1511 City Hall 

Square Bldg. Ran. 6753 
Murrell, Victor A. G. 804-111 N. Dear- 
born St. Cent. 5038 
♦Musgrave. Harrison (Musgrave. Op- 

nenheim & Lee). 905 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Cent. 732. 73.3. Aut. 41-115 
♦Myers. Abram L. (Z-'mmerman & My- 
ers). 1013 Ashland Blk. Cent. 1192 
Myers. Harry J. 11.37 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Cent. 302 
Myers. Hosea P. 510 Tacoma Bldg. 

Franklin 823. Aut. 34-804 
Myers. John Ward. Maywood, 111. 
Myers. Samuel, 1044 Unity Bldg. Ran. 

2211. Cent. 3511. Aut. 44-181 



Myers, S. M. 600 Washington blvd. 

HajTnarket 4126 
Myerson. Harry J. 1104 Merchants' L. 

& T. Bldg. Cent. 2386. 2387 
Mygatt, Wm. R. 122 S. Michigan blvd. 

Ran. 4968 



N 



Nahin. Robert S. 815 City Hall Square 
Bldg. Ran. 6565 

♦Napier, Chas. R. 1406-7 Ashland Blk. 
Cent. 4864. Aut. 41-117 

Naramore, Milton O. 312-85 N. Dear- 
born St. Cent. 5641 

Nash, Thomas D. 1617 Ashland Blk. 
Cent. 569 

Nathan, Arthur S. 1925 Insurance E.x- 
change. Wabash 3034 

Nathan, Leopold, 5256 Evanston av. 
Edgewater 6580 

Naughton, W^liam J. Asst. Corp. Coun^ 
sel. Main 447; 17 Metropolitan Blk. 
Main 264. Aut. 31-229 

Navigato, Frank P. A. 1006 S. Halsted 
St. Monroe 4619 

Navigato. Wm. Asst. City Pros. Atty. 
Citv Hall. Main 447, and 905 Ash- 
land Blk. Cent. 6386 

Nechvatal, M. F. (Died Aoril 14, 1913.) 

Needham, Leslie A. 1212 Cham. Com- 
merce Bldg. Franklin 3389. Aut. 
32-443 

Nees, Frederick L. 424 National Life 
Bldg. Ran. 6625-6 

Neeson, Leo J. 924 National Life Bldg. 
Ran. 6864 

Neeves, Jr. Geo. Allen, 1327 Tribune 
Bldg. Ran. 3894 

Neeves. Leland K. 1327 Tribune Bldg. 
Ran. 3894 

Neff, Edward R. with First Trust & 
Savings Bk. Ran. 5363. Aut. 43-347 

Neff. George R. 1344-48 Unity Bldg. 
Cent. 7075 

Nelson. Arthur E. 1447 First Nat. Bk. 
Bldg. Ran. 841. Aut. 47-338 

Nelson, Gustave. 207 Roanoke Bldg. 
Cent. 1773 

Nelson. Ivar N. 832-29 S. La Salle st. 
Cent. 4068 

Nelson. James S. 3652 S. Wabash av. 
Douglas 7811 

♦Nelson. Jr. Murry, 806-112 W. Adams 
St. Cent. 7128 

Nelson, Wm. T. 1208 Title & Trust 
Bldg. Ran. 1148. Aut. 41-796 

♦Neltnor. Shellev B. 305-119 W. Mad- 
ison St. Ran. 7479 

Netherton, Claude O. 1104-112 W. Ad- 
ams St. Cent. 2386, 2387 



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Netifeld, Morris, with Hart, Schaffner 

& Marx. Franklin 1678 
Neufeld, Nathan. 509-184 W. Washing- 
ton St. Main 239. Ant. 33-481 
*Neuffer. Paul A. 904 Rector Bldg. 

Ran. 3968 
Neville, Bart G. 1618 Ashland Elk. 

Cent. 966 
Newberger, J. Edward, Law Dept. Louis 

Weber & Co. 83 W. Van Buren St., 

Wabash 540. Aut. 62-603 
*Newberger, William S. 322 Ashland 

Blk. Ran. 671. Aut. 41-967 
Newby. Harry A. 800 Com. Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Cent. 395, 396 and 1734 
Newby, Lawrence A. (Anderson & 

Newbv), 3458 S. State st. Douglas 

614. Aut. 79-137 
*Newcomb. George Eddy, 1944 W. 

Madison st. West 1209 
Newcomer. John R. Tudge Municipal 

Court. Franklin 2684 
Newell, Grant, 2d floor City Hall Square 

Bldg. Cent. 4305 
*Newev, Fred J. (Wheelock, Shattuck 

& Newev), 1307 Marquette Bldg. 

Cent. 1053 
Newman. Ira A. 557 The Rookery. 

Wabash 2416 
*Newman. Jacob (Newman. Northrop, 

Levinson & Becker), 833 Cham. Com- 
merce Bldg. Main 1122. Aut. 31-279 
Newman, J. Willard. 406 Union Bk. 

Bldg. Cent. 676. Aut. 41-088 
Newman. Raymond. General Manager 

The Corporation Trust Co. 37 Wall 

St. N. Y. 
*Newman, Samuel W. (Soboroff & 

Newman), 513-14 Ashland Blk. Cent. 

1443. Aut. 44-094 
Newmann, Edward R. (Pines & New- 

mann), 309 Harris Trust Bldg. Ran. 

3012 and 3013 
*Newton, Chas. E. M. 339 W. Lake st. 

Franklin 4.33 
*Newton, Fred E. 532 Monadnock Blk. 

Har. 263. Aut. 64-679 
*Niblack, Wm. C. Vice-Pres. & Trust 

Officer, C. Title & Trust Co., 69 W. 

Washington st. Cent. 4880 
Nichols. George R. (Pope, Hoig, Fuller 

& Nichols), 505-25 N. Dearborn st. 

Cent. 3816 
Nichols, Warren (Goodrich, Vincent & 

Bradlev), 627 Rookery. Wabash 480. 

Aut. 51-157 
Nicolai, Joseph H. (Sass, Nicolai & 

Hood), 508 Commercial Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Ran. 3778 
Neidner. Frank, Asst. U. S. Dist. Atty. 

655 Federal Bldg. Har. 4700 



*Niemever, Grover C. Fort Dearborn 

Bldg. Ran. 4030. Aut. 58-301 
Niles, John A. 4722 Winthrop av. Edge- 
water 833 
Nilsson, Pehr W. 3250 N. Clark st. 

Lake View 1048 
Ninde, Beni. F. 821 Merchants' L. & T. 

Bldg. Ran. 638 
Nissen, Charles M. (Brown, Hopkins, 

Nissen & Sprinkle), 1125 Monadnock 

Blk. Har. 292 
Niven, Robert M. 1016 Ashland Blk. 

Cent. 4392 
Noble, Alanson C. 1518 Otis Bldg. 

Franklin 3510 and 3511. Aut. 34-525 
*Noble, Glenn S. 1405 Security Bldg. 

Main 4721 
Noonan, Edward T. 507-105 S. Dear- 
born St. Cent. 1041 
*Noonan. Francis J. 1244 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Ran. 1949. Aut. 44-504 
*Norcross, Frederic F. (F. F. & J. V. 

Norcross), 1812 Commercial Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Cent. 4772 
*Norcross. John V. (F. F. & J. V. Nor- 
cross), 1812 Commercial Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Cent. 4772 
*Norden. Gabriel J. 1334 Stock Exch. 

Bldg. Main 4341 
*Nordhold. Robert J. 1510 Title & Trust 

Bldg. Cent. 1863. Aut. 42-335 
Nordorf. Samuel J. 235 N. Dearborn st. 

Ran. 2247 and 2248 
Norkett. W. G. 809 Main st. Evanston. 

Tel. 909 
*Normoyle. D. J. 1017-21 Unity Bldg. 

Ran. 1408 
Northam, Edward D. Law Dept. C. B. 

& Q. R. R. 547 W. Jackson blvd. 

Wabash 4400 
Northrop, Frank E. 5737 Monroe av. 
Northrup. John E. (Northrup. Arnold 

& Fairbank), 1905-6 City Hall Square 

Bldg. Ran. 2063 
Norton, Albert J. 743 E. 50th st. Drexel 

7392 
*Norton, Alfred A. 1601 Title & Trust 

Bldg. Ran. 4193. Aut. 41-327 
Norton, Samuel W. 1420 Ashland Blk. 

Cent. 6748. Aut. 48-896 
Norton, T. J. 1011 Railway Exchange. 

Har. 4910 
Nothomb, Henry E. 804 Association 

Bldg. Cent. 17.33 and 5848 
Novak, Chas. Wesley (Novak & No- 
vak), 408-69 W. Washington st. Cent. 

5550. Aut. 41-524 
Novak, Edward J. (Novak & Pollack), 

1524 First Nat. Bk. Bldg. Cent. 727. 

Aut. 44-035 



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*Novak, Frank H. (Novak & Novak), 
408-69 W. Washington st. Cent. 5550. 
Aut. 41-524 

Novak, Joseph F. 1817 Loomis st. Ca- 
nal 342 

Novander. Leonard W. 1550 Monadnock 
Bldg. Har. 3634 and 759 

Nowak, Chas. A. 1504 Ft. Dearborn 
Bldg. Cent. 2361 

Noxon, Gilbert (Miller, Gorham & 
Wales), 1221-22 N. Y. Life Bldg. 
Cent. 5428-9-30 

Noyes, Henry C. 3616 Ellis av. Doug- 
las 3701 

Noyes, M. Paul (Munroe & Noyes), 401 
Home Ins. Bldg. Cent. 1740 

Nylin, Emanuel, 3 Peoples Bank Bldg. 
47th and Ashland av. Yards 1063. 
Aut. 78-697 

Nysewander, Benj. F. 718 North Amer- 
ican Bldg. Ran. 5067 



*Oakley. Horace S. (Wood & Oakley), 
1124 The Rookerv. Wabash 4257 

Oberg. Ragner, 1410 City Hall Square 
Bldg. Ran. 7400 

*Obermever, Charles B. 419 The Tem- 
ple. Main 395. Aut. 57-254 

*0'Brien, Arthur A. Kansas City. Mo. 

O'Brien, Harry C. 2201 W. 22d st. Ca- 
nal 898 

*0'Brien, Jas. C. 1400 Title & Trust 
Bldg. Ran. 609 

O'Brien, John, 821 Leland av. Edge- 
water 4474 

O'Brien, John F. 614 Stock Exchange 
Bldg. Main 3385 

O'Brien, Luke T. (Died Aug. 31, 1912.) 

O'Brien, Matthew J. Asst. City Atty. 
Main 447 

O'Brien, Quin, 1518 Otis Bldg. Frank- 
lin 3510 and 3511. Aut. 34-525. 

O'Brien, Wm. H. (Ulrich & O'Brien), 
411 Rector Bldg. Cent. 1494 . 

O'Brien, W. W. 525 Reaper Blk. Ran. 
1047 

*0'Brvan. Edward (O'Bryan & Mar- 
shall), 500 N. Y. Life Bldg. Cent. 
5501 

O'Callahan, E. P. 704-164 W. Wash- 
ington St. Franklin 1345 

O'Connell, Daniel, 601-35 S. Dearborn 
-Jt. Cent. 6310. Aut. 44-782 

O'Connell. James A. 505-58 W. Wash- 
ington St. Cent. 1929. Aut. 42-371 

O'Connell, Jeremiah B. 317-18 Roanoke 
Bldg. Cent 280. Aut. 34-094 

O'Connor, Chas. J. 1522 Tribune Bldg. 
Cent. 5116. Aut. 42-052 



O'Connor, James F. 941-30 N. La Salle 

St. Franklin 3388 
*0'Connor, J. James, 1409 Title & Trust 

Bldg. Ran. 5685 
O'Connor. Tohn J. 534 Bowen ave. Oak- 
land 5652. 
O'Connor, John, 58-106 N. La Salle st. 

^lain 90. Aut. 33-893 
*0'Connor, John (Hoyne, O'Connor & 

Irwin), 1007 Stock Exchange Bldg. 

Main 692 
O'Connor, John H. 725 The Rookery. 

Wabash 1940 
*0'Connor, John M. (Lyman, Lyman & 

O'Connor), 1610 Chicago Title & 

Trust Bldg. Ran. 2597. Aut. 41-463 
O'Connor, John R. 21-128 N. La Salle 

St. Franklin 2276 
O'Connor, R. Harold, 1522 Tribune 

Bldg. Cent. 5116. Aut. 42-052 
*Octigan, Thomas P. (Octigan, Zahn & 

Anderson). 416 Roanoke Bldg. Cent. 

956. Aut. 36-424. 
Odell, Beni. F. J. 36-54 W. Randolph st. 

Cent. 3460. Aut. 44-553 
Odell, Wm. R. 1414 First Nat. Bk. Bldg. 

Cent. 4204. Aut. 42-421 
*0'Donnell, Andrew J. (Levy & O'Don- 

nell), 601-5 City Hall Square Bldg. 

Ran. 1105 
O'Donnell, Charles, 511-40 N. Dearborn 

St. Ran. 6756 
*0'Donnell, Frank A. 1040-44 Otis Bldg. 

Franklin 1861 
*0'Donnell, James V. Master in Chan- 
cery Superior Court, 420 Reaper Blk. 

Cent. 4998. Aut. 41-424 
*0'Donnell. Joseph A. (O'Donnell & 

O'Donnell), 17 Metropolitan Blk. 

Main 264. Aut. 31-229 
O'Donnell, Joseph D. (O'Donnell & 

O'Donnell), 17 Metropolitan Blk. 

Main 264. Aut. 31-229 
O'Donnell, Patrick H. (O'Donnell, Dil- 
lon & Toolen). 1218-19 Ashland Blk. 

Ran. 3474, 3475. Aut. 41-435 
O'Donnell, Paul M. 1217 N. Y. Life 

Bids?. Cent. 1407. Ant. 32-184 
O'Donnell. Thos. V. 734 Monadnock 

Blk. Har. 1620 
O'Donoghue, Michael J. with Sanitary 

District. 17th floor Karpen Bldg. Wa- 
bash 1320 
Offenlock. Frank G. 309-177 N. State st. 

Ran. 3843 
^Officld, Charles K. (Offield, Towle, 

Graves & Offield), 1228 Monadnock 

Blk. Har. 8022 and 8023. Aut. 61-203 
Offield, James R. (Offield, Towle, 

Graves & Offield). 1228 Monadnock 

Blk. Har. 8022 and 8023. Aut. 61-203 



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*Ogden, Dayton, 341 E. 136th pi. W. 

Pullman 306 
0?den, Howard N. 64-154 W. Randolph 

l;t. Franklin 98 
O'H.-.ra, Barrett (OHara & O'Hira). 

1105 City Hall Square Bldg. Ran. 

1930 
O'Hara. Benjamin (McKinley & 

O'Hara), 720 National Life Bldg. 

Ran. 6816 
(.'Kara, Thomas (O'Hara & O'Hara"), 

1105 City Hall Square Bldg. R^n. 

1939 
*0'Hare, Thomas J. 1107 Stock Ex- 
change Bldg. Franklin 1178 
Ohlson, E. O. 2222 Transportation 

Bldg. Har. 4245 
Ohrenstein, Victor I. 911-13 Unity Bldg. 

Cc-r.t. 3040 
Oien. John G. 536-30 N. La Salle St. 

Main 1647 
*0'Keeffe. P. J. 1110-12 Ashland BIk. 

Cent. 497. Aut. 41-432 
Okin, Harry, 1630 Tribune Bldg. Ran. 

1806 
Olbert, Adam H. 3232 Wilson av. Yards 

4100. Local 211 
*01dfield. A. A. 6562 Winthrop av. Rog- 
er? Park 9293 
Oldfield, Wm. A. 450 Federal Bldg. 
, Har. 4700 
*01ds. Walter F. 904 Marquette Bldg. 

Cent. 819. Aut. 61-784 
Oleson, George A. 1021 N. Y. Life Bldg. 

Cent. 5430 
*01in, William O. 812-118 N. La Salle 

St. Main 1720. Aut. 36-386 
♦Oliver, John Milton (Oliver & Mecart- 

ney), 714 Roanoke Bldg. Ran. 5038 

and 5039 
Olschner, Henrv W. 1510 Ashland Blk. 

Cent. 1093 
Olsen. Charles, Chgo. Title & Trust Co. 

Cent. 4880 
Olsen, Oscar H. 7th floor Karpen Bldg. 

Wab. 1320, and (Olsen & Boord), 

1612 Ashland Blk. Cent. 5903 
Olsen. Walter A. (Olsen & Walker), 

1611-14 City Hall Square Bldg. Ran. 

6710 
*01son, Albert O. 1400 Title & Trust 

Bldg. Ran. 609. Cent. 5076 
Olson. Arthur A. 1112 Hartford Bldg. 

Cent. 5560 
= 01son, Edwin A. 1128 Stock Exchange 

Bldg. Franklin 3615 
*01son, Harrv, Chief Justice Municipal 

Court. 917 City Hall. Franklin 2684 
Olson, Nels H. 728 Reaper Blk. Cent. 

5764 



*01son. Nils, 23-154 W. Randolph st. 

Main 4446. Aut. 32-287. 347 W. 63d 

St. Went. 2951 
*01son, Olaf A. 1114 Title & Trust Bldg. 

Cent. 2555. Aut. 42-509 
Olson, Oliver M. 1220 Ashland Blk. 

Cent. 6595. Aut. 48-221 
Olson, Oscar D. 1125-7 Stock Exchange 

Bldg. Main 2849 
O'Mallev, P. Frank, 37-154 W. Randolph 

St. Main 2662. Aut. 33-635 
O'Meara, Cornelius S. 510-12 Stock Ex- 
change Bldg. Main 3181 
O'Meara, John P. 172 W. Washington 

St Main 4017 
O'Meara, P. L. 167 N. Qark st. Ran. 

2058. Aut. 47-322 
O'Neil, John H. (Rice, Lowes & 

O'Neil), 1002-225 S. La Salle st. Wa- 
bash 4138 
O'Neil, P. E. 1909 City Hall Square 

Bldg. Cent. 4293 
O'Neil, T. B. 1625 Unity Bldg. Cent. 

4.325. Aut. 48-237 
♦O'Neill, Hugh (Bastrup & O'Neill), 

311-325 Reaper Blk. Cent. 2722. Aut. 

42-675 
O'Neill, Wm.. E. (Died March 29, 

1913.) 
*Oppenheim, Sidney, 1703 City Hall 

Square Bldg. Ran. 1951 
*Oppenheim, William S. (Musgrave, 

Oppenheim & Lee), 905 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Cent. 732, 733. Aut. 41-115 
Opsahl, Oliver B. 1203-108 S. La Salle. 

Main 5196 
Orebaugh, D. A. 606 S. Michigan av. 

Har. 6200 
O'Reilly, Eugene C. Asst. State's Atty. 

Criminal Court Bldg. Cent. 4870. 

431 First Nat. Bk. Bldg. Ran. 4676. 
O'Reilly, Geo. B. Asst. City Corp. Coun- 
sel. Main 447 
O'Riordan, Eugene F. (Mahoney & 

O'Riordan), 608 Ashland Blk. Ran. 

1415. Aut. 44-559 
Orr, Louis T. 1803 City Hall Square 

Bldg. Cent. 4054. Aut. 41-522 
*Ort. Geo. F. 1347 E. 66th st. Midway 

1988 
*Osborn. Harper E. 1402 Ashland Blk. 

Cent 4491. Aut. 41-368 
Osborne, Harold S. 1402 Ashland Blk. 

Cent. 4491. Aut. 41-368 
Osborne, Henry S. 1402 Ashland Blk. 

Cent. 4491. Aut. 41-368 
Osborne, Livingston E. 1211 Westmm- 

ster Bldg. Ran. 3899 
Osborne, W. Irving, 505 Harvester Bldg. 

Har. 728 
♦Osgood, Roy C. First Trust & Savings 

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Osgood, Stacey W. 48-106 N. La Salle 

St. Main 1828. Aut. 32-383 
♦O'Shaughnessy, Francis (O'Shaughnes- 

sy & O'Shaughnessy), 1252 Otis Bldg. 

FrankHn 1821. Aut. 83-969 
♦O'Shaughnessy, John P. (O'Shaughnes- 
sy & O'Shaughnessy), 1252 Otis Bldg. 

Franklin 1821. Aut. 33-969 
O'Shea, P. J. 1625 Unity Bldg. Cent. 

4325. Aut. 48-237 
Osmon, Wm. A. 1008 Ashland Blk. 

Cent. 3500 
Otis, Ephriam A. 1213 Astor st. North 

4678 
*Otis, Wm. K. 701-112 W. Adams st. 

Ran. 3830 
O'Toole, James J. Asst. City Atty. Main 

447 
O'Toole. Lawrence J. (Dillon & 

O'Toole), 1218 Ashland Blk. Ran. 

3474, 3475. Aut. 41-435 
*Ott, John N. Legal Dept. First Nat. 

Bk. Ran. 5363. Aut. 489-115 
*Otto, George C. 1524 Marquette Bldg. 

Cent. 2463 
Otwell, R. L. 1402 Hartford Bldg. 

Ran. 476 
Outhouse, Fred M. 1207 Merchants' 

Loan & Trust Bldg. Cent. 977 
Owen, Ernest Dale, 409 Stock Exchange 

Bldg. Main 4733. Aut. 31-830 
*Owens, John E. Judge County Court. 

Franklin 3015 



^Packard, George (Miller, Starr, Pack- 
ard & Peckham), 1522 First Nat. Bk. 
bldg. Cent. 2150. Aut. 43-629 

Packer, H. EUison, 1444 Unity Bldg. 
Cent. 153 

Pacyna, Erich E. 815 Chicago av. Evans- 
ton, 111. Tel. 4260 

Padden, Edward J. 3310 Wrightwood 
av. Belmont 6533 

Padden, Frank M. 605-19 S. La Salle 
St. Cent. 7026 

♦Paden, Joseph E. (Paden & Kropf), 
1928 Insurance Exchange. Wabash 272 

*Page, Cecil (Page & Page), 1322 First 
Nat. Bk. Bldg. Ran. 1474 

♦Page, Hubert E. (Vose & Page), 1343-8 
Marquette Bldg. Ran. 2401 and 2492 

♦Page, Samuel 3- ("Page & Page), 1322 
First Nat. Bk. Bldg. Ran. 1474 

♦Pain, Charles E. (Pain, Campbell & 
Kasper), 1301 First Nat. Bk. Bldg. 
Ran. 266 and 267 

♦Paine, Joel Byron, 1103 Tacoma Bldg. 
Main 863 



♦Paine, Lyman M. (Foster, Paine, 

Reynolds & Sass), 1414 Ft. Dearborn 

Bldg. Cent. 6646. Aut. 58-301 
Painter, Lewis H. Recorder's Office. 

Franklin 3015 
Palmer, David, 1008 Ashland Blk. Cent. 

3500 
♦Palmer, Ernest, 317-20 Hotel La Salle. 

Franklin 700 
Palmer, Sumner C. 943-50 Marquette 

Bldg. Ran. 2996. Aut. 61-837 
Palt, Frank J. 3205 S. Morgan st. Yds. 

730 
♦Paltzer, Charles W. 1115-112 W. 

Adams st. Ran. 3552 
♦Patn, Hugo, Judge Superior Court 

Franklin '3015 
♦Pam, Max (Pam & Hurd), 859 The 

Rookery. Wabash 1094. Aut. 51-402 
Pantelis, A. A. 816 Ashland Blk. Ran. 

2240. Aut. 44-421 
Paradis, Thomas G. E. 601 Title & 

Trust Bldg. Cent. 2045. Aut. 43-523 
Pares, Edward T. 6501 Kimbark av. 

Midway 5357 
Parker, Alfred J. 807-112 W. Adams st. 

Cent. 1711. Aut. 53-924 
Parker, C. G. 502 Cham. Commerce. 

Main 3593. Aut. 31-276 
Parker, C. W. 58-226 W. Adams st. 

Wabash 4400 
Parker, Daniel W. 35-106 N. La Salle 

St. Main 1275 
♦Parker, Francis W. (Parker & Carter), 

1410 Marquette Bldg. Cent. 1651. 

Aut. 63-937 
Parker. Francis W. Jr. 1410 Marquette 

Bldg! Cent. 1651. Aut. 63-937 
Parker, Hale G. 4651 State st. Mer- 
chants' Bank Bldg. Hyde Park 1846 
Parker, James H. 1114 Unity Bldg. Cent. 

1761. Aut. 44-222 
Parker. Joseph J. 4749 Lake av. 
■^Parker, Lewis W. (Parker & King), 

1240 Marquette Bldg. Cent. 2090 
Parker, Robert W. 574 The Rookery. 

Wabash 2152 
^Parker, Woodruff, J. C. Title & Trust 

Co. Cent, 4880 
♦Parkin, Harry A. Asst. U. S. Dist. 

Atty. 826 Federal Bldg. Har. 4700, 

and (Tenney, Coffeen, Harding & 

Sherman), 801 Home Ins. Bldg. Cent. 

5H84 
Parkins, Horace G. 411-30 N. Dearborn 

St. Cent. 3842 
Parkinson. George Doney. 1232 E. 56th 

St. Hyde Park 5838 
Parkinson, Joseph G. 5469 Madison av. 
♦Parkinson, Robert H. (Parkinson & 

Lane), 1020 Marquette Bldg. Ran. 

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Parks, Samuel Shaw, 501 Ashland Blk. 

Ran. 2036. Aut. 41-741 
Parks, Thos. N. 64-154 W. Randolph st. 

Franklin 98 
Parnell, Edgar H. Torence Dept. Re- 
corder's Office. Franklin 3015 
Parrish, J. Shepherd, 59 E. S. Water 

St. Cent. 3055 
Partridge; Frank H. 224 W. 69th st. 

Wentworth 16 
*Partridge Newton A. 53 Borden Blk. 

Cent. 2819. Aut. 44-194 
Passmore, John H. (Passmore & Mc- 

Master), 1744 First Nat. Bk. Bldg. 

Ran. 1394 
Pattee, John, with Clerk Superior Ct. 

Franklin 3015 
Patterson, John C. 937 Unity Bldg. 

Ran. 378. Aut. 47-308 
Patterson, E. M. 1407 Title & Trust 

Bldg. Cent. 6119 
^Patterson, Perry S. (Shepard, McCor- 

mick & Thomason), 934-44 Tribune 

Bldg. Ran. 2929 
Patterson, Russell W. 453 W. 63d st. 

Wentworth 297 
Patterson, Stewart, Enq. John C. Pat- 
terson, 937 Unity Bldg. Ran. 378 
Pattison, Wm. K. (Pattison & Shaw), 

1029 Tribune Bldg. Ran. 364 
Paulsen, Wm. A. 204-117 N. Dearborn 

St. Ran. 4764 
Pavlicek, Charles B. 604 Reaper Blk. 

Cent. 1219. Aut. 43-364 
Payne, Frederick C. 600 W. Washing- 
ton blvd. Haymarket 4126 
*Pavne, John Barton (Winston, Payne, 

Strawn & Shaw), 1400 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Cent. 828 
*Payne, Wm. T. 1209 Ashland Blk. Ran. 

1201. Aut. 43-359 
Payson, George S. 1033 Peoples Gas 

Bldg. Cent 1154 
*Peabody, Augustus S. 2d floor Otis 

Bldg. Franklin 2042 
Peacock, Ernest, 1060 The Rookery. 

Wabash 1400. Aut. 51-380 
Peacock, William R. 900 The Temple. 

Main 3815. Aut. 51-107 
*Peake, Frederick, 1609 Ashland Blk. 

Cent. 425 
*Peaks. George H. (Gann, Peaks & 

Townley), 1701 Borland Bldg. Cent. 

2252 
♦Pearson, Haynie R. 1322 Unity Bldg. 

Ran. 2593 
Pearson, John L. (Pearson & Her- 

rick), 1138 Nat. Life Bldg. Cent. 

2524 
*Pearsons, Harry P. (Thoman, Harn- 

well & Pearsons), 1502 Borland Bldg. 

Ran. 599 



Pease, Chas. H. (Ray & Pease), 808-167 

W. Washington st. Main 4084 
*Pease, Frank B. (Atwood, Pease & 

Loucks), 1213 Tacoma Bldg. Main 
394. Franklin 342. Aut. 32-651 
♦Pease, Warren, 610 Title & Trust Bldg. 

Ran. 3296 and 3297 
♦Pebbles, Henrv R. 1538 Tribune Bldg. 

Ran. 3261. Aut. 44-363 
Pecival, Anton. 1016-29 S. La Salle st. 

Ran. 5165, 5166. Aut. 36-371 
♦Peck, Ralph L. 1414 American Trust 

Bldg. Cent. 595 
Peckham, John J. (Miller, Starr, Pack- 
ard & Peckham), 1522 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Cent. 2150. Aut. 43-629 
♦Peckham, Orville (Miller, Starr, Pack- 
ard & Peckham), 1522 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Cent. 2150. Aut. 43-629 
♦Peden, Thomas J. (Kruse, Peden & 

Merrick \. 809-12 City Hall Square 

Bldg. Ran. 2687. Aut. 41-337 
Pederson, Mac W. 752 Federal Bldg. 

Har. 4700. Local 22 
Peek, Ethelbert W. 622 Home Ins. Bldg. 

Cent. 5661 
Peet, Henry J. 4246 Sheridan rd. 
Peffers, David J. (Hopkins, Peffers & 

Hopkins), 616 Corn Exchange Bk. 

Bldg. Main 3146 and 2949 
Pegler. Charles H. (Eddy, Wetten & 

Pegler), 800 The Temple. Main 4466. 

Aut. 51-959 
Peifer, Edwin Tice (Hazen Penwell & 

Peifer), 508 Title & Trust Bldg. Ran. 

2139. Aut. 44-696 
Peifer, Edwin D. 704 Masonic Temple. 

Cent. 2996. Aut. 43-407 
♦Peirce, James H. (Peirce, Fisher & 

Clapp), 1431 Marquette Bldg. Cent. 

1648. Ant. 62-207 
Peisen, Dean W. 709 Harris Trust Bldg. 

Cent. 805 
♦Pell, Wm. J. 368 Lake st. Oak Park, 

111. 
♦Pendarvis, Robert E. 58 Borden Blk. 

Cent. 2813. Aut. 41-562 
♦Pendleton, Carleton H. 1201-112 W. 

Adams st. Cent. 2338 
Pennington, G. W. 1222 Unity Bldg. 

Ran. 1091. Aut. 43-809 
Pennington (H. F. F. A. and H. F. 

Pennington, Jr.), 515 Cham. Com- 
merce Bldg. Main 4918 
Pennywitt, Don P. 502 Cham. Com- 
merce. Main 3593. Aut. 31-276 
♦Penwell, Le Roy V. (Hazen, Penwell & 

Peifer), 508 Title & Trust Bldg. Ran. 

2139. Aut. 44-696 
Perkins, Vincent H. 542 E. 43d st. 
Perkinson, J. H. (Heffron, Perkinson & 

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Perlman, Israel B. 1212 Ashland BIk. 

Ran 4699 
Perlman, Louis I. Election Comm'rs 

Office, 308 City Hall. Main 764 
Pcrrv, Benjamin. 6358 Ellis av. 
Perrv & Martin, 411-118 N. La Salle st. 
Peska, Frank, 1331 First Nat. Bk. Bldg. 

Cent. 411. Aut. 42-502 
Peter, Eunice B. 6221 Southport av. 
Peter, Grace F. 6221 Southport av. 
Peter, Wm. F. 228 B. & O. Passenger 

sta. Har. 4660 
Peters, F. M. 1009 The Rookery. Wa- 
bash 1157 
*Peters, Guy M. (Runnells, Burry & 

Johnstone), 925 The Temple. Main 

181 
Petersen, Samuel (Edelson, Petersen & 

Rosenberg), 1431 Unity Bldg. Ran. 

4189 
Peterson, Abe R. 1623 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Ran. 581. Aut. 41-982 
Peterson, Albert. 1002-19 S. La Salle st. 

Cent. 5848, 1733. Aut. 36-576 
Peterson, Edward V. Asst. City Pros. 

Atty. 604 City Hall. Main 447 
Peterson, Geo. P. 1409-69 Washington 

St. Ran. 5685. Aut. 42-937 
*Peterson, James A. 1313 Cham. Com- 
merce Bldg. Main 3791 
Peterson, John D. 1640 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Ran. 1816 
Peterson. O. C. 606-118 N. La Salle st. 

Main 3037 
Peterson, Richard H. 1409 Title & Trust 

Bldg. Ran. 5685. Aut. 42-937 
Peterson, William E. 6501 Kimbark av. 
*Petit, Adelor J. Judge Circuit Court. 

Franklin 3015 
Petrick, John J. 2230 S. Spaulding av. 

Lawndale 500 
♦Pettibone, Robert F. 1402 Ashland Blk. 

Cent. 4491. Aut. 41-368 
Pettis, Hugh S. 607 Portland Blk. Ran. 

280 and 281. Aut. 44-098 
Pettis. William, 534 Stock Exchange 

Bldg. Main 258 
Pfeiifer, Geo. L. 95-154 W. Randolph 

St. Main 4339 
♦Pfirshing, George, 1201 Title & Trust 

Bldg. Ran. 440 
*Ptlaum, A. J. fD'Ancona & Pflaum), 

10.38 to 1045 Stock Exchange Bldg. 

Main 3470 
Pflcger, George, 207-25 N. Dearborn st. 

Cent. 6527. Aut. 41-658 
Pfuhl, Geo. A. B. 1001-167 W. Wash- 
ington St. Main 3508 
Phelan, James B. 1108 Ashland Blk. 

Cent. 4368 
♦Phelps, Charles A. 1218 Hartford Bldg. 

Ran. 5131 



Phelps, Delos P. 447-321 S. La Salje st. 

Wabash 3897 
Phillips. Arthur C. 703-118 N. La Salle 

St. Main 3965 
Phillips, Charles W. 729 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Ran. 2757. Aut. 42-774 
Phillips, Edgar J. 1400-69 W. Washing- 
ton St. Cent. 5076 
Phillips, Edward J. 1227 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Cent. 1220 
Phillips. George E. 410-208 N. Fifth av. 

Main 1813 
*Phillips, Harry H. 859 The Rookery. 

Wabash 1094. Aut. 51-402 
Phillips, Herman A. 1214-30 N. Dear- 
born St. Ran. 7338 
Philp, John R. 657 First Nat. Bk. Bldg. 

Cent. 2232 
Phipps, Park, 1118 Hartford Bldg. Ran. 

1634. Aut. 42-206 
Pickard, Charles E. (Died June 24, 

1912.) 
Pickard, Robert A. 436 Monadnock Blk. 

Har. 1926 
Pickett, Charles C. 1612 Tribune Bldg. 

Cent. 5758, 5759. Aut. 41-103 
Pickett, Marion, 405-35 N. Dearborn st. 

Ran. 4101. Aut 48-370 
Pierce, Henry M. 657 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Cent. 2232 
Pierce, Roy W. Evanston, 111. 
*Pierson, Louis J. 1315 Cham. Com- 
merce Bldg. Main 4204 
*Piggott, Clarence S. 617 Insurance Ex- 
change Bldg. Wabash 4095 
Pike, Chas. B. 39 S. State st. Ran. 5278 
*Pincknev, Merritt W. Judge Circuit 

Court. " Franklin 3015 
Pincus, Samuel E. (Pincus & Cohn), 

806-7 Ashland Blk. Cent. 1808 
Pincus, Samuel Z. 1414 City Hall Square 

Bldg. Ran. 3187 
Pindell, Wm. M. 510 Title & Trust 

Bldg. Cent. 6078. Aut. 43-297 
*Pinderski, Louis, 1526 W. Chicago av. 
*Pines, George S. (Pines & Newmann), 

309 Harris Trust Bldg. Ran. 3012 

and 3013 
Pio, James P. 602 N. Y. Life Bldg. 

Cent. 5003 
*Piotrowski, N. L. City Atty. 602 City 

Hall. Main 447, and 307 Ashland 

Blk. Cent. 7071 
Pipenhagen, Charles A. 303 N. State st. 

Cent. 842 
Piper, C. E, 1601 Masonic Temple. Main 

2918 
Piric, John C. 813 Ashland Blk. Cent. 

3675 
*Pisha, Joseph C. 401 Rector Bldg. Ran. 

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Pishzak, Wm. 3506 Lake av. Douglas 
4244 

Pitney, Warren F. 1017-115 S. Dearborn 
St. Cent. 2412. Aut. 64-090 

Pittman, Matthias B. 425 The Temple. 
Main 4930 

*Place, Raymond M. 4644 Racine av. 
Edgw. 4967 

Plame, Samuel, 1212 Ashland Blk. Cent. 
4699 

Plank, Franklin A. 1231-38 Unity Bldg. 
Cent. 1799. Aut. 42-843 

*Platt, Henry Russell (Mayer, Meyer, 
Austrian & Piatt), 16th floor Am. 
Trust Bldg. Cent. 2780 

Piatt, Ida, 1402 North American Bldg. 
36 S. State st. Ran. 6163 

♦Plotke, Fred. 1444 Unity Bldg. Cent. 
2642 

Plotke, Isador (Plotke & Kaufman), 
803 Opera House Bldg. Main 3232 

Plum. George R. 820 Unity Bldg. Cent. 
8640 

*Plum, Wm. R. Lombard, 111. Tel. 
33-J 

Plumb, Glenn E. 820 Unity Bldg. Cent. 
3640. Ran. 3277 

Plummer. Geo. W. 642 Otis Bldg. Frank- 
lin 2713 

Plummer, Wharton (Todd & Plummer), 
921 The Temple. Main 4248 

*Poage, James H. (Cannon & Poage), 
1224 Stock Exchange Bldg. Main 2881 

*Polkev, S. William (Smietanka, John- 
son, ]\Iolthrop & Polkey), 610 Title & 
Trust Bldg. Ran. 3296 and 3297 

*Pollack, Sidney S. Master in Chancery 
Superior Court (Novak & Pollack), 
1524 First Nat. Bk. Bldg. Cent. 727. 
Aut. 44-035 

Pollard, Richard W. with Continental & 
Com'l Trust & Sav. Bk. Ran. 4606 

Pollenz, Henry, 1101 Otis Bldg. Frank- 
lin 3572 

Pollock, John M. (Gorman, Pollock, 
Sullivan & Livingston), 729 Stock Ex- 
change Bldg. Main 2584. Aut. 34-056 

Polonsky, Hyman, 1206 Rector Bldg. 
Ran. 3545. Aut. 64-603 

♦Pomerov, Edward D. (Pomeroy & 
Martin), 1314 Fisher Bldg. Har. 2062 

Pomeroy, Frederick A. Saratoga, N. Y. 

Pond, Samuel N. 1228 Monadnock Blk. 
Har. 8022 and 8023. Aut. 61-203 

Ponic, V. G. 1808 S. Ashland av. Canal 
4840 

Poole, C. Clarence (Poole & Cromer), 
1302 Marquette Bldg. Ran. 3397 

*Pope, Chas. E. (Pope, Hoig, Fuller & 
Nichols), 505-25 N. Dearborn st. 
Cent. 3816 



*Pope, Herbert, 180O Commercial Nat. 
Bk. Bldg. Ran. 4046 

Pope, John D. (Cooke, Pope & Pope), 
223 Washington st. Waukegan, 111. 
Tel. 266 

Pope, Wm. H. (Cooke, Pope & Pope), 
223 Washington st. Waukegan, 111. 
Tel. 266 

*Popham, George M. (Popham & Wolf- 
ner), 904 Rector Bldg. Ran. 3968 and 
3969 

*Poppenhusen, Conrad H. (Gregory, 
Poppenhusen & McNab), 1103-69 W. 
Washington st. Ran. 1660 and 1661. 
Aut. 41-452 

*Porter, Gilbert E. (Isham, Lincoln & 
Beale), 1700-72 W. Adams st. Ran. 
425 

Porter, Henry M. 720 W. 12th st. Mon- 
roe 2409 

Porter, Hugh R. (Ranes, Green & Por- 
ter), 1518 Ashland Blk. Cent. 245 
and 4723. Aut. 42-886 

*Post, Jr. Philip S. 606 S. Michigan av. 
Har. 6200 

*Posvic, Frank (Jones, ~ Kerner & Pos- 
vic), 402 Rector Bldg. Ran. 6634 

Potter, Jr. Edwin A. 525-76 W. Monroe 
St. Cent. 618 

Potter, Frank H. T. 821 Merchants Loan 
& T. Bldg. Cent. 1593. Aut. 51-345 

*Potter, Ralph F. 1119 Insurance Ex- 
change. Wabash 4540 

Pottle, Edmond W. 1610 Corn Ex- 
change Bk. Bldg. Main 2491. Aut. 
51-117 

Potts, Jr. Cuthbert D. (Geeting, Potts 
8i Van Dellen), 1531-6 Unity Bldg. 
Cent. 1424. Aut. 42-942 

Potts, Sr. Cuthbert D. (Geeting, Potts 
& Van Dellen), 1531-6 Unity Bldg. 
Cent. 1424. Aut. 42-942 

Potts, J. R. H. 1112 Hartford Bldg. 
Cent. 5560 

*Poulton. John J. Inheritance Tax Atty., 
734 Otis Bldg. Franklin 3500 

Pouse, Alfred H. McHenry, 111. 

♦Powell, Chas. L. 16th fl. 76 W. Monroe 
St. Cent. 2780 

Powell, Guy H. 1531-6 Unity Bldg. Cent 
1424 

♦Power, James D. 505-58 W. Washing- 
ton St. Cent. 1929. Aut. 42-371 

Power, John F. Asst. City Corporation 
Counsel, Main 447 (Mclnerney, Pow- 
er & Bvrnes), 922 Chi. Opera House 
Blk. Main 1567 

Powers, John A. 1202 Ashland Blk. 
Cent. 925 

♦Powers, Millard R. 1301 Borland Bldg. 
Ran, 3567 



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Poynton, James B. 308-35 S. Dearborn 
St. Cent. 6056. Aut. 44-067 

Pratt, G. E. M. 912 Chicago Opera 
House. Main 3461 

♦Pratt, Thornton M. (Holdom, Ma- 
nierre & Pratt), 1008 Harris Trust 
Bldg. Ran. 5959 

Pray. Edward D. 714 Hartford Bldg. 
Ran. 1083 

Prebis, Edward J. 1201 Milwaukee av. 
Monroe 5000 

Prentiss. Geo. D. 330 E. 22d st. Calu- 
met 60. Aut. 65-226 

Prentiss, William, 1518 Ashland Blk. 
Cent. 245. Aut. 42-886 

Preschern, George T. Trust Dept. 
Northern Trust Co. 50 S. La Salle st. 
:\Iain 5200. Graceland 4138 

Prescott, Edward J. Secy. Chi. Savings 
Bk. & Trust Co. Cent. 7040. Aut. 
44-124 

Preston, Wm. 301-58 W. Washington st. 
Cent. 2144. Aut. 42-920 

♦Price, Enoch J. (Winters, Price & Ste- 
vens), 605-607 Ashland Blk. Ran. 
3431. Aut. 42-247 

♦Price, Henrv W. 300-10 S. La Salle 
St. Franklin 8580 

Price, Lin William. Asst. U. S. District 
Atty. 826 Federal Bldg. Har. 4700 

Priest. Elroy M. 745 E. 75th st. Stew- 
art 4158 

Priestlev, John J. 510 Corn Exch. Bk. 
Bldg. Franklin 230 

Prince, Norman, Boston, Mass. 

♦Prindeville. Thos. W. 1107 Stock Ex- 
change Bldg. Franklin 1178 

Prindiville, Edward A. Asst. City Atty. 
Main 447, and 523 Reaper Blk. Cent. 
6954. Aut. 41-927 

Prindiville. Frank W. 1125-175 W. Jack- 
son blvd. Wabash 850. Aut. 580-476 

♦Prindiville. John K. Judge Municipal 
Court. Franklin 2684 

♦Pringlc, Frederick IW. (Pringle & 
Fearing), 808 Merchants' Loan & 
Trust Bldg. Cent. 1711. Aut. 53-924 

♦Pringlc, William J. (Pringle, Reid & 
Terwilliger), 723 The Temple. Main 
2466 

Pritchard, Norman H. 953 The Rookery. 
Wabash 2?0 

♦Pritzker, Nicholas J. 835 First Nat. 
Bk. Bldg. Cent. 2517. Aut. 43-757 

Private, Abraham, 1506 Ashland Blk. 
Cent. 1607. Aut. 44-597 

Propper, Wm. F. 810 Ashland Blk. Ran. 
1757 

Proudfit. James M. 604 Security Bldg. 
Main 3559 

Prriudfoot. Frederick W. 417 Roanoke 
Bldg. Main 2927. Aut. 31-682 



♦Proulx, Theodore, 307 Ashland Blk. 

Cent. 6916. Aut. 47-406 
Pruitt, A. J. 711 Roanoke Bldg. Ran- 

1342 
Pruitt, Raymond S. 804 Tacoma Bldg. 

Main 3845-6 
*Prussing, Eugene E. 414 Merchants* 

Loan & Trust Bldg. Ran. 5463 
Prvstalski. John, Asst. State's Atty. 

Cent. 4870 and 36 W. Randolph st. 

Ran. 993 
Przstalski, Bruno J. 822 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Ran. 237. Aut. 72-748 
Pudewa. Albert R. 611-186 N. La Salle 

St. Main 5034 
Pnerkel, John G. E. 1024 N. Y. Life 

Bldg. Cent. 313 
Puhlman, Ravmond T. 1440 Monadnock 

Blk. Har. 7293 
Purcell. James M. 729 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Ran. 2757. Aut. 42-774 
♦Purcell, Wm. A. 429 American Ex- 
press Bldg. Cent. 56 
Purdy, Ambrose H. (Purdy & Burr), 

1320 Ashland Blk. Cent. 5721. Aut. 

48-248 
Purdy, L Francis, 6000 Prairie av. 

Wentworth 5790 
Purdv, Tames H. 6000 Prairie av. 

Went. 5790 
Purkhiser, E. G. 1218 Ashland Blk. Ran. 

3474, 3475. Aut. 41-435 
Purnell, Jas. E. 418 Hartford Bldg. Ran. 

1104 
Putney, Albert H. 432-29 S. La Salle st. 

Ran. 3338 



Q 



Quan, Michael J. 800 Schiller Bldg. 

Ran. 0714-6715 
Quasser, Julius H. 1034 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Cent. 3538 
♦Queenv, Edward J. Asst. City Corp. 

Counsel. Main 447, and 910 Title & 

Trust Bldg. Ran. 342 and 343. Aut. 

44-453 
Q-.ick, John H. S. 515 Royal Ins. Bldg. 

Wabash 1246 
♦Quigg, David, 801 Merchants Loan & 

Trust Bldg. Ran. 2795 
Quin, Wm. J. 12th floor Harris Trust 

Bldg. Ran. 5081 
Quinby, W. P. 510-118 N. La Salle st. 

Main 4282. Aut. 32-335 _ 
♦Quinlan, John M. (Cunningham, Cun- 
ningham & Quinlan), 1313 Cham. 

Commerce. Main 3791 
Quinlan, Jr. T. A. 528 McCormick Bldg. 

Har. 7186 



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*QuinIan, Wm. H. 1727 Com'l Nat Bk. 

Bldg. Cent. 4515 
Quinn, James R. 1101-226 S. La Salle 

St. Wabash 4138 
Quirk, Charles D. C. Title & Trust Co. 

Cent. 4880 
Quitman, Jesse, 512-58 W. Washington 

St. Cent. 6343 
=^Qnitman, Walter, 218 Marquette Bldg. 

Ran. 5496 



Raber, Edwin J. Asst. State's Atty. 

Cent. 4870, and 1504 City Hall Square 

Bldg. Ran. 1722. Aut. 47-148 
Raber, Franklin, 1003-64 W. Randolph 

St. Ran. 1940-1. Aut. 48-372 
Rabinoff, Samuel R. 1303 Rector Bldg. 

Ran. 6071 
Rada, Karel E. Union Pere. Mich. 
Raff, Peter G. 1222 Unity Bldg. Ran. 

1091. Aut. 43-809 
*Rafferty, Joseph P. Judge Municipal 

Court. Franklin 2684 
Rafferty, Wm. E. 1016 The Temple. 

Franklin 3520. Aut. 51-622 
*Raftree, M. L. 503 Title & Trust Bldg. 

Cent. 4372. Aut. 44-699 
Raftree, W. M. 503 Title & Trust Bldg. 

Cent. 4372 
*Rainey. John W. Clerk Circuit Court. 

Franklin 3015 and 729-32 Stock Ex- 
change Bldg. Main 2584. Aut. 34-056 
Ramacitti. Frank A. 611-9 S. La Salle st. 

Cent. 2912 
*Ramsay, Gordon A. 840 Otis Bldg. 

Franklin 3800. Aut. 30-603 
*Ramsey. Daniel G. 1017 Unity Bldg. 

Ran. 1408 
Ramsey, William, 3644 Forest av. Doug- 
las 9454 
Ramsev, William R. 1309 City Hall 

Square Bldg. Cent. 2573 
Randall. Wm. G. Chi. Title & Trust Co. 

Cent. 4880 
Ranes, Alonzo H. (Ranes, Green & Por- 
ter), 1518 Ashland Blk. Cent. 245 and 

4723. Aut. 42-886 
Raney, Arthur J. 1014 Westminster 

Bldg. Cent. 2155 
*Rankin, Chase R. (Rankin, Howard & 

Donnelly). 606-118 N. La Salle st. 

Main 3037 
*Rankin, John M. 1001 Otis Bldg. 

Franklin 3670 
Rankin, Ode L. 801 Ashland Blk. Ran. 

7355 
♦Ranstead, Arthur D. 1050 First Nat. 

Bk. Bldg. Ran. 1946 
Raphael. Adolph, 425-812 S. Clark st. 

Wabash 1531. Aut. 54-429 



*Rapp, Wm. K. (Koch, Leedle & Rapp), 

710-25 N. Dearborn st. Cent. 3771 

Aut. 43-323 
Rasmussen, Mark C. 1024 Otis Bldg. 

Main 1819 
*Rathbone, Henry R. 1309 Title & Trust 

Bldg. Ran. 1433. Aut. 48-172 
Rathbun, Charles F. 1021 The Temple. 

Main 202 
*Rathbun, Wm. W. 1610 Title & Trust 

Bldg. Ran. 2597. Cent. 5528. Aut. 

-ll-4(i.^ 
Rathfon, Elmer O. 9206 Commercial av. 

S. Chicago £814 
='Rathic, Frank C. (Rathje & Wese- 

man), 411 Roanoke Bldg. Ran. 3738 
*Rathje, Fred A. 1310-128 W. Madison 

St. Cent. 8607 
Ratner, Jacob C. 300 W. Kinzie st. 

Main 3522 
Rauschert, Charles A. 1325 Webster av. 

Lincoln 496 
Ravenscroft, Edward C. 64-154 W. Ran- 
dolph St. Franklin 98 
*Rawl:ns, Ed. W. (Calhoun, Lyford & 

Sheean), 940 The Rookery. Wabash 

.3814. Aut. 52-142, 52-143 
Rawlins, Wm. D. 401 Home Ins. Bldg. 

Cent. 1740 
Ray, Olaf E. (Ray & Pease), 808-167 

W. Washington st. Main 4084 
=-Read, Fred P. 1440 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Cent. 2374 
Read, Irving E. 516 National Life Bldg. 

Ran. 5713 
Ready, John P. 510 Stock Exchange 

Bldg. Main 8181 
Reardon. Neal D. 919 Monadnock Blk. 

Har. 242. Aut. 64-588 
*Rector. Edward (Rector, Hibben, Da- 
vis & Macaulev, 1958 McCormick 

Bldg. Har. 821 
Reddv, F. M. 1124-431 S. Dearborn st. 

Kar. 4265. Aut. 67-857 
Redfield, C. L. 526 Monadnock Bldg. 

Har. 600 
*Redfield, Robert (Tolman & Redfield), 

1309-15 Stock Exchange Bldg. Mam 

698. Aut. 31-118 
*Redmond, Andrew J. 1652 Otis Bldg. 

Franklin 2100 
Reece, George J. 905 Ashland Blk. 

Cent. 6386 
*Reed, Clark S. 1007 Ft. Dearborn 

Bldg. Ran. 1350. Aut. 54-447 
*Rced, Frank F. (Frank F. Reed and 

Edward S. Rogers), 839 Peoples Gas 

Bldg. Ran. 5123 
Reed, Frank N. 832 Marquette Bldg. 

Cent. 3271. Aut. 61-284 
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Reed, James B 509-11-117 N. Dearborn 

St. Ran. 620 
*Reed, John P. 1600 Westminster Bldg. 

Ran. 5653 and 1771. Aut. 6^-073 
Reed. Wm. L. 1518 Harris Trust Bldg. 

Ran. 4915. Aut. 53-501 
Reeda, William, 716-18 City Hall Square 

Bldg. Ran. 3960 
*Reeves, Edwy Logan, 1322 First Nat 

Bk. B!dg. Ran. 1474 
Reeves, G. Nat, 812 Ashland Blk. Ran. 

882 
*Reeves, Jay Edwin, 806 Ashland Blk. 

Ran. 1746 
Regan, James W. 6212 Jefferson av. 

Midway 6837 
Rehm. Victor E. 1404 Association Bldg. 

Cent. 6520, 6521, 6522 
*Reich, Otto F. 404-32 W. Washington 

St. Cent. 2102 
Reichert, Roy L. 604-179 W. Washing- 
ton St. Main 4710 
*Keichmann, A. F. (Judah, Willard, 

Wolf & Reichmann), 1501 Corn Ex- 
change Bk. Bldg. Franklin 205. Aut. 

54-656 
Reid, Frank R. (Pringle, Reid & Ter- 

williger), 723 The Temple. Main 

2466 
Reid, James, 2313 Powell av. Hum- 
boldt 3228 
Reid, Leonard C (Litzinger, McGurn & 

Reid), 716 National Life Bldg. Cent. 

30.30. Aut. 30-388 
Reillv, Thomas W. 1417 City Hall 

.Square Bldg. Ran. 2821 and 392 
♦Rein, Theodore E. 814 Home Ins. 

Bldg. Cent. 2247 
Rcinhardt, Fred W. 1548 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Cent. 170. Aut. 41-571 
Reinhart, Otto E. 1038 Unity Bldg. 

Cent. 2251 
Reinwakl, Charles A. 536 La Salle St. 

Station. Wabash 4200 
*Reker, George L. Asst. Corporation 

Counsel. Main 447 and 1406 Ashland 

Blk. Cent. 403. Aut. 41-117 
Remus, Geo. (Remus & Gualano), 

Ashland Rlk. Annex, 167 N. Clark 

St. Ran. 2349. Aut. 47-322 
Remy, Victor A. 606 S. Michigan av. 

Har. 6200 
Rcniff, Ernest C. 1131 Unity Bldg. Cent. 

2628. Aut. 24-391 
Rentner, Otto C. 728 Reaper Blk. Cent. 

5764. Aut. 48-264 
Rcplogle, Jacob E. 1104 Merchants L. & 

T. Bldg. Cent. 2386, 2.387 
Rosa, Alexander J. 1800-72 W. Adams 

St. Ran. 404G 
Resnick, Irving J. 420 Ashland Blk. 

Cent. 5210. Aut. 41-609 



Revell, David, 1501-4 Ashland Blk. 
Cent. 1227. Aut. 42-135 

Rexford, Henry L. 612-186 N. La Salle 
St. Franklin 315 

Rexstrew, Clarence D. 6008 South Park 
av. Wentworth 2425 

♦Reynolds, Asa Q. (Foster, Paine, Rey- 
nolds & Sass), 1414 Ft. Dearborn 
Bldg. Cent. 6646. Ran. 4030. Aut. 
58-301. Also 223 W. Monroe st^ 
Franklin 440 

Reynolds. Earl R. 412 Gd. Cent. Sta- 
tion. Wabash 2661 

Reynolds, J. S. 413 Ft. Dearborn Bldg. 
Cent. 59 and 4556. Aut. 58-297 

♦Rhodes, Carey W. (Mayer, Meyer, 
Austrian & Piatt), 16th floor Am. 
Trust Bldg. Cent. 2780 

Rice, Corinne Lelia, 1518 Ashland Blk. 
Cent. 245. Aut. 42-886 

Rice, Edmund J. 311-25 Unity Bldg. 
Cent. 7192-3. Aut. 42-478 

Rice, Elbridge W. (Rice, Lowes & 
O'Neill), 1002-226 S. La Salle st. Wa- 
bash 4138 

♦Rich, Stanley (Abbott & Rich;), 414 
First Nat. Bk. Bldg. Ran. 3853 

Richards, Bragton G. 1112 Hartford 
Bldg. Cent. 5560 

♦Richards, Charles D. 402-32 W. Wash- 
ington St. Ran. 1540 

♦Richards, John T. 1124 Com'I Nat. Bk. 
Bldg. Cent. 2811. Aut. 67-736 

Richards, Le Roy, 437-39 Unity Bldg. 
Cent 2918 

♦Richards, Robert W. (Loesch, Scofield 
& Loesch), 1540 Otis Bldg. Main 4365 
and 4366 

♦Richardson, John, 811-16 Unity Bldg. 
Ran. 3489. Aut. 44-576 

Richardson, John A. 3d Vice-Prest. 
Chicago Title & Trust Co. Cent. 
4880 

Richardson, Wm. H. 400 Ashland Blk. 
Cent. 5122. Aut. 41-364 

♦Richberg, Donald R. (Richberg, Ickes 
& Richberg), 1304 Rector Bldg. Ran. 
470 

♦Richberg. John C. (Richberg, Ickes & 
Richberg), 1304 Rector Bldg. Ran. 
470 

Richy, J. W. Unity Bldg. Cent. 2679 

Richie, Clarke B. 325 N. Y. Life Bldg. 
Ran. 2486. Cent. 5083 

Richman, Samuel J. 1000 Rector Bldg. 
Ran. 5241. Aut. 63-387 

Richmond, Carl A. (Sheridan, Wilkin- 
son, Scott & Richmond), 1529-35 Mar- 
quette Bldg. Cent. 1137 

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Richmond, Kenneth L, 724 McCormick 
Bldg. Har. 5115 

Richolson, Benj. F. 1622 First Nat'l Bk. 
Bldg. Ran. 2027 

Rickard. Harry L. 1016 Insurance Ex- 
change. Wabash 3742. Aut. 580-449 

*Rickcords, Francis Stanley (Dean & 
Rickcords), 1605-6 Title &" Trust. 
Ran. 3499. Aut. 44-542 

Rickcords, Fred C. Title & Trust Co. 
Cent. 4880 

Ricks, Jesse J. (Sears, Meagher & Whit- 
ney), 1500 First Nat. Bk. Bldg. Cent. 
3176 and 3177. Aut. 41-113 

Rieger, Herman (Rieger & Rieger), 
500-164 W. Washington st. Frank- 
lin 1457. Main 1273. Aut. 33-229 

Rieger, Louis (Rieger & Rieger), 500- 
164 W. Washington st. Franklin 
1457. Main 1273. Aut. 33-229 

Riese. Max J. (Dellenback, Riese & 
Cody). 816-18 Reaper Blk. Cent. 1690. 
Aut. 44-550 

*Rigby, Wm. C. (Gansbergen & Rigby), 
410 Corn Exch. Bk. Bldg. Franklin 
1134 

*Righeimer, Frank S. 821-112 W. 
Adams st Ran. 638 

*Riley, Harrison B. President Chi. Title 
& Trust Co. 69 W. Washington st. 
Cent. 4880 

*Rilev, Harry A. 516 Ashland Blk. 
Cent. 6254. Aut. 48-160 

Riley, John William, 9206 Commercial 
av. So. Chgo. 147 

Riley, Thomas H. 661 E. 45th st. 

Riley, Wm. U. 6344 Lakewood av. 

*Rinaker, Lewis (Rinaker & Beerly), 
507 Cham. Commerce. Franklin 2498 

*Ring, Otto F. 402 Rector Bldg. Ran. 
6634 

*Ringer, Jacob (Ringer, Wilhartz & 
Louer). 724 American Trust Bldg. 
Ran. 6543 

Ringo, Alvan L. 1402 Security Bldg. 
Main 25 

Ringquist, Victor E. (Ringquist & Wil- 
liams), 1301 Cham. Commerce. Main 
3677 

Riordan, Stephen F. 709-166 W. Wash- 
ington St. Main 5 

Riplev, Charles H. (Died April 19, 
1913.) 

Ripley, Robert H. 160O Com'l Nat. Bkl 
Bldg. Cent. 4341 

Rippel. John A. (Hutchins & Rippel), 
1014 Association Bldg. Cent. 582 

Risdon, Ambrose. 1353 First Nat. 'Bk. 
Bldg. Cent. 1361 

Risdon, J. J. 1111-12 City Hall Square 
Bldg. Cent. 5949 



*Ritchie, William, 1512 City Hall Square 

Bldg. Ran. 6752 
Rittenhouse, Wm. A. 707-9 Rector 

Bldg. Ran. 5626, 5627 
Ritter, Henry A. (Died February 1, 

1913.) 
Roat, Elmer A. 728 First Nat. Bk. Bldg. 

Ran. 5059 
*Robbins, Henry S. 814 Home Ins. 

Bldg. Cent. 2247 
Robbins, Noble T. (Robbins, Graham 

& Rowan), 9233 Commercial av. So. 

Chicago 45 
*Roberts, Daniel A. 920 Unity Bldg. 

Cent. 5969 
Roberts, Ellen Gertrude. (Died Febru- 
ary 12, 1913.) 
Roberts, James H. 306 Portland Blk. 

Ran. 40 and 41. Aut. 44-014 
♦Roberts, Jesse E. 1109 Title & Trust 

Bldg. Cent. 506. Aut. 42-435 
Roberts, John S. 1311 Hartford Bldg. 

Cent. 692. Aut. 43-898 
Roberts, Morton L. 1334 First Nat Bk. 

Bldg. Cent. 2792. Aut. 43-431 
♦Roberts, Roscoe L. 1109 Title & Trust 

Bldg. Cent. 506. Aut. 42-435 
Roberts. Samuel H. 102 S. Market st. 

Main 247 
Roberts Wirt D. 207 Roanoke Bldg. 

Cent. 1773 
Robertson Alexander S. 611 Ashland 

Blk. Cent. 1605. Aut. 48-596 
♦Robertson, David G. 927 Association 

Bldg. Ran. 1136 
♦Robertson Egbert (Foreman Levin & 

Robertson) 819-823 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Ran. 237. Aut. 72-748 
Robinson, Charles H. 825 Reaper Blk. 

Ran. 784 
Robinson, Frank B. 1900 W. 19th st. 

Canal 388 
Robinson, F. S. 1100-547 W. Jackson 

blvd. Wab. 4400 
Robinson, H. M. 950 Insurance Ex- 
change. Wabash 2050. Aut. 580-422 
Robinson, John L. 501 Unity Bldg. Ran. 

3503. Aut. 48-317 
Robinson, Max (Henry & Robinson), 

504 Chi. Opera House Blk. Main 248. 

Aut. 32-429 
Robinson, Richard W. 3952 Cottage 

Grove av. 
Robinson, Theo. C. 1317 Ashland Blk. 

Ran. 3140. Aut. 41-985 
Robinson. Warner H. (Busby, Weber, 

Miller & Robinson), 1639 First Nat. 

Bk. Bldg. Ran. 2160 
Robinson. W. O. 1401 Borland Bldg. 

Ran. 3306 
Roblin, David H. 1622 First Nat. Bk. 

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Roby, Edward, 10805 Avenue J. So. 

Chicago 1165 
Rockhold, Frank A. (Rockhold & 

Busch), 1101-4 Otis Bldg. Franklin 

357-2 
♦Rockwell, Everett C. 1018 Hartford 

Bldg. Cent. 24&i 
Rockwell. Harold G. 1124 Monadnock 

Blk. Har. 292 
Roderick, Solomon P. 702 Reaper Blk. 

Cent. 49PG 
*Rodgers, John L. (Goldzier, Rodgers 

& Froelich), 1020 Cham. Commerce 

Bldg. Main 3100 and 3101 
Rodriguez, Wm. E. 1058 N. Kedzie av. 

Belmont 4441 
Roe. Chas. C. 908 Unity Bldg. Ran. 

3774. Aut. 43-237 
*Roe, Clifford G. 1G32 McCormick Bldg. 

Har. 2041 
Roe, Edward T. 3308 Walnut st. Ked- 
zie 4878 
Roeder, Leo V. 1714 City Hall Square 

Bldg. Cent. 1411 
Roemer, Edwin W. 404 Royal Ins. Bldg. 

Wabash 3347 
Rogan, Wm. A. 1222 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Cent. 876. Aut. 44-043 
*Rogers, Edward S. (Frank F. Reed 

and Edward S. Rogers), 839 Peoples 

Gas Bldg. Ran. 5123 
Rogers, Elmer E. 1644 Unity Bldg. 

Cent. 1391. Aut. 42-637 
♦Rogers, Eugene W. 400-30 N. Dearborn 

St. Cent. 1812. Aut. 43-878 
Rogers, Frank C. 642 Otis Bldg. Frank- 
lin 2713 
^Rogers, Geo. Mills, Master in Chan- 

cerv Circuit Court (Rogers & Ma- 

hoiiev), 1310 Title & Trust Bldg. 

Cent' 2643. Aut. 42-434 
♦Rogers, George T. (Tenney, Coffeen, 

Harding & Sherman), 801 Home Ins. 

Bldg. 137 S. La Salle st. Cent. 5384 
*Rogcrs, Hopewell L. with The Daily 

News. Franklin 1 
Rogers, Michael J. 3235 Lexington st. 
Rogers, Rowland T. 505-111 W. Mon- 
roe St. Ran. 4911 
Rogers. Samuel B. 612-186 N. La Salle 

St. Franklin 315 
Rohe, Clifford A. Los Angeles, Cal. 
♦Rolf, A. A. 213-9 S. La Salle st. Cent. 

CA21. Aut. 310-18 
♦Rollins, John H. 1311 Ft. Dearborn 

Bldg Ran. 5670 
Rolnick, Joseph, 1208 Title & Trust 

Bldg. Ran. 1148. Aut. 41-796 
Rommel. Jasper F. 800 The Temple. 

Main 4466. Aut. 51-959 



*Roodhouse, Benjamin T. (Benjamin 
& Roodhouse), 1515 Marquette Bldg. 
Cent. 6117. Aut. 67-695 

Rooney, Austin J. 1744 First Nat. Bk. 
Bldg. Ran. 1949 

♦Rooney, John J. Judge Municipal 
Court. Franklin 2684 

♦Rooney, Thos. E. (Goss & Rooney), 
1040-48 Tribune Bldg. Cent. 1774-5 

Rooney, Walter A. Asst. City Pros. 
Atty. IMaln 447 and 1313-19 Ft. Dear- 
born Bldg. Ran. 228 

*Roos, Frederick B. (Sears, Roos & 
Boeger). 626, 629 National Life Bldg. 
Ran. 3130 

Root, Dwight D. 608 Chicago Opera 
House. Franklin 2006 

Root, James P. 5540 Washington av. 

Root, J. Sherman, 1766 Insurance Ex- 
change Bldg. Wabash 1661. Aut. 
580-420 

*Rose, Charles G. 722-111 W. Monroe 
St. Ran. 1322 

♦Rose, John A. (Rose, Symmes & Kirk- 
land), 1510 Title & Trust Bldg. Cent. 
1863. Aut. 42-335 

Rosen. John F. 1252 Otis Bldg. Frank- 
lin 1821. Aut. 33-969 

Rosen, Ralph, 600-108 S. La Salle st. 
Main 365. Aut. 51-449 

♦Rosenbaum, Menz I. 1616 Tribune 
Bldg. Ran. 3086-7. Aut. 41-346 

Rosenberg, Benj. 201 Medinah Bldg. 
Har. 2809. Aut. 52-227 

Rosenberg, Hvman J. (Shaeffer, Kom- 
pel & Rosenberg), 1006 Ashland Blk. 
Ran. 3176. Aut. 41-727 

Rosenberg, Joseph, 551 Peoples Gas 
Bldg. Cent. 1637 

Rosenberg, Samuel H. (Edelson, Pet- 
erson & Rosenberg), 1431-36 Unity 
Bldg. Ran. 3737 

Roscnbergcr, J. L. 1019 Opera House 
Bldg. Aut. 32-217 

♦Rosenblatt, Sol. 1144 Unity Bldg. Cent. 
3224 

♦Rosenblum, Harry M. 1633 First Nat. 
Bk. Bldg. Ran. 3141. Aut. 42-779 

Roscnstone. Bertram W. 1104 Mer- 
chants' L. & T. Bldg. Cent. 2386-7 

Rosenthal. David F. 1600 Am. Trust 
Bldg. Cent. 2780 

♦Rosenthal, James (Rosenthal & Kurz), 
1104 Rector Bldg. Cent. 2561. Aut. 
61-851 

♦Rosenthal. Lessing (Rosenthal & Ham- 
ill), 1400 Ft. Dearborn Bldg, Cent. 
4282 

♦Rosenthal, Moritz (Moses, Rosenthal & 
Kennedy), 600 The Temple. Mam 
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♦Rosenthal, Philip, 1318 Ashland Blk. 

Ran. 549. Aut. 41-791 
Rosinia, Michael L. (Laventhal & Ro- 

sinia), 616 Reaper Blk. Ran. 3846. 

Aut. 42-683 
*Ross, Carl A. South Bend, Ind. 
Ross, Oscar A. 1104-112 W. Adams st. 

Cent. 2386-2387 
*Ross, Robert E. 924 Marquette Bldg. 

Cent. 299 
*Ross, S. Crawford, Asst. Corporation 

Counsel. Main 447 
^Ross, Walter W. 1210-105 S. La Salle 

it Ran. .3389. Aut. 51-761 
Rossen, Meyer (Sahiel & Rossen), 1044 

Unity Bldg. Ran. 2211. Cent. 3511. 

Aut. 44-181 
Rossi, Kate Kane, 215-162 N. Dearborn 

sL 
Rossman, Henry C. 6150 Vernon av. 

Normal 6024 
Rossman, Peter C. 6150 Vernon av. En- 

glewood 8288 
Rost. Jr. Andrew (Rost & Smith), 88 

Metropolitan Blk. Main 1393. Aut. 

31-221 
Rcth, Geo. E. Swift & Co. Yards 4200 
*Roth, Henrv, 505 Straus Bldg. Main 

4511 
Rcthblum, Nettie, Mexico City, Mex. 
Rothblum, Samuel, 425 Ashland Blk. 

Ran. 2003. Aut. 41-612 
*Rothmann. William (West & Eckhart\ 

1340 First Nat. Bk. Bldg. Cent. 646. 

Aut. 41-174 
Rothschild, Daniel M. 127 S. Fifth av. 
Rothschild. Isaac S. 826 Stock Exchange 

Bldg. Franklin 1573. Aut. 32-096 
Rothschild, Jacob (Guthman & Roth- 
schild), 62-106 N. La Salle st. Main 

1042. Aut. 32-499 
Roulet, Wm. 6463 Minerva av. Hyde 

Pk. 5260 
Rountree. John S. 1258 N. State st. 

North 5748 
Rourke, William A. 6439 Cottage Grove 

av. Midway 4896 
Rowan, John J. (Robbins, Graham & 

Rowan), 9233 Commercial av. S. 

Chicago 45 
*Rowe, Frederick A. Publisher National 

Corporation Reporter, 609 The Tem- 
ple. :\Iain 3696 
Rovce. Rae M. 1501 Ashland Blk. Cent. 

1227. Aut. 42-135 
Rover, J. C. F. 3826 Rhodes av. Doug- 
las 5956 
*Rubens, Harry (Rubens, Fischer & 

Mosser), 1418 Westminster Bldg. Ran. 

4234 and 4235 
Rubens, Jr. Harry, Seattle, Wash. 



Rubens, Joseph, 1417-18 City Hall 

Square Bldg. Ran. 392 
Rubenstein, Julius, 1122 Unity Bldg. 

Cent. 4411. Aut. 43-897 
Rubenstein, Julius B. 510 Ashland Blk. 

Ran. 1306 
Rubirkam, Nathaniel, 1007 Stock Exch. 

Bldg. Main 692 
Rubovits, Theodore, 724 Amer. Trust 

Bldg. Ran. 6543 
Ruebling, Charles J. 1021-112 W. 

Adams st. Cent. 4608 
*Ruekberg. Benj. P. 716 National Life 

Bldg. Ran. 1134. Aut. 30-388 
Ruekberg, Bernard, 716 National Life 

Bldg. Ran. 1134. Aut. 30-388 
Rugbv, Geo. W. 1113 The Temple. 

Main 4942 
Rumery, H. C. 1016 The Rookery. Wa- 
bash 1028 
*Rummler, Wm. R. (Rummler & 

Rumniler), 1208-1212 Tribune Bldg. 

Cent. 3418 and 3419 
*Rundall, Chas. Owen, 1620 Corn. Exch. 

Bk. Bldg. Main 1995 
*Rui nells, John S. President The Pull- 
man Co. Pullman Bldg. 
Runyan, Eben F. (Runvan & Runyan), 

1003 Schiller Bldg. Ran. 1941. Aut. 

43-372 
*Rush, G. Fred (Rush & Holden), 1110 

Title & Trust Bldg. Ran. 1458 
*Russell. James A. 1002 Ashland Blk. 

Cent. 334 
*Rust, William H. A. (Short, Davis & 

Rust), 1016 Ashland Blk. Cent. 4392 
*Ruther, Geo. E. 1001 Unity Bldg. Cent. 

4G77. Aut. 42-759 
Rutledge, Jr. Andrew (Brady & Rut- 
ledge), 1200 Ashland Blk. Cent. 

3287. Aut. 44-640 
Rutter, L. R. 204-32 W. Washington st). 

Cent. 2044 
*R3'an, Andrew J. (Ryan & Condon), 

721-23 First Nat. Bk. Bldg. Ran. 

3748 
Ryan, Edmund F. 701 Cham. Commerce. 

Main 1308. Aut. 34-543 
Fyan, John J. 5535 Princeton av. 
*Ryan, Joseph D. 1318 Ashland- Blk. 

Ran. 549. Aut. 41-791 
Ryan, Jos. E. Judge Municipal Court. 

Franklin 2684 
Ryan, Michael F. 451 Peoples Gas Bldg. 

Ran. 5691 
Rvbicki, John S. 16-154 W. Randolph 

St. Main 3225 
Rydell, O. F. 2436 Wentworth av, Cal- 
umet 920 
*Rvden. Otto G. 614 Hartford Bldg. 

Ran. 3102 



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*Ryer, Julian C. 1410 Title & Trust 

Bldg. Cent. 5917 
Rvner, Ira (Fyflfe, Adcock & Ryner), 

'1709 Harris Trust Bldg. Ran. 7300 
*Rvon, Oscar B. 317-20 Hotel La Salle 

Franklin 700 



Sabath, .\dolph J. (Sabath, Levinson & 

Stafford), 1016-29 S. La Salle st. Ran. 

5165 and 5166. Aut. 36-371 
Sabath, Albert (Sabath, Levinson & 

.Stafford), 1016-29 S. La Salle st. Ran. 

5165 and 5166. Aut. 36-371 
*Sabath, Joseph, Judge Municipal Court. 

Franklin 2684 
Sabath, Sidney J. 607-35 N. Dearborn 

St. Ran 280. Aut. 44-098 
♦Sadler, Frank P. 1400 Title & Trust 

Bldg. Ran. 609 
Sadler, Monte H. 1220 Fort Dearborn 

Bldg. Cent. 220 
Safford. B. E. 1524 Otis Bldg. Frank- 
lin 1099 
Safford, F. R. 1807 Kennilworth av. 

Rogers Pk. 3668 
♦Safford, W. H. 1524 Otis Bldg. Frank- 
lin 1099 
Sager, Edward, 714 Hartford Bldg. Ran. 

1083 
Salinger, Louis, Asst. City Corporation 

Counsel. Main 447 
Salinger. Samuel R. 1510 First Nat'l 

Bk Bldg. Ran. 5334 
♦Salisbury. F. L. 1520-139 N. Clark st 

Ran. 5885 
Saltiel, Leopold (Saltiel & Rossen), 

1044 Unity Bldg. Ran. 2211. Cent. 

3511. Aut. 44-181 
Sameit, H. J. 606 S. Michigan av. Har. 

6200 
Sample, Ila H. 4006 Sheridan rd. L. V. 

3442 
♦Samuels, Benjamin (Samuels & Sam- 
uels), 1322-26 Tribune Bldg. Cent. 

2356 
♦Samuels, Benj. J. (Samuels & Sam- 
uels), 1322-26 Tribune Bldg. Cent. 

23.56 
Sandberg. John E. 5224 Lawrence av. 

Irving 13413 
Sanders, A. H. 1102-452 S. Dearborn st. 

H. 14 
Sanderson, Geo. R. 1208 Michigan av. 

Calumet 320 
Sands, Mark. 1001-226 S. La Salle st. 

Aut. 57-257 
Sandvik, Harry P. 4941 W. Huron st. 

Austin 16924 



Sankstone, J. J. 1313 Marquette Bldg. 

Cent. 1852 
Sargent, LeRoy, 518 Home Ins. Bldg. 

Ran. 187 
Sarlev, Joseph F. 1244 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Ran. 1949 
*Sarner. Victor, 1222 Unity Bldg. Cent. 

2343. Aut. 43-809 
♦Sass, George (Sass, Nicolai & Hood), 

508 Commercial Nat'l Bk. Bldg. Ran. 

3778 
♦Sass, Fred, Master in Chancery Circuit 

Court (Foster, Paine, Reynolds & 

Sass), 1414 Ft. Dearborn Bldg. Cent. 

6646. Aut. 58-301 
Sauer, J. C. 333-69 W. Washington st. 

Ran. 2076-7 
Saunders, Ernest, 611 Roanoke Bldg. 

Cent. 2912 
Saunders, R. W. 5201 Hibbard av. 
♦Sauter, L. E. (Hollett, Sauter & Hen- 

kel), 1401-4 Otis Bldg. Mam 3044 
Sawin, George, Elmhurst, 111. 
♦Sawyer, Carlos P. 1001 Title & Trust 

Bldg. Cent. 1488. Aut. 47-337 
♦Sawyer, Ward B. 1318 Hartford Bldg. 

Cent. 3789. Aut. 44-598 
Sayers, Glenn P. 1037 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg Cent. 3873. Aut. 43-247 
Scandrett, H. A. 617-112 W Adams st. 

Ran. 141 
Scanlan, Daniel W. 502 Cham. Com- 
merce Bldg. Main 3593. Aut. 31-276 
♦Scanlan, Kickham, Judge Circuit Ct. 

Franklin 3015 
Schaeffer, Morris, 716 Reaper Blk. Ran. 

408 and 1122. Aut. 48-464 
Schaffner, Albert (Harris & Schaffner), 

1103 Ashland Blk. Cent 6763. Aut. 

42-569 
♦Schaffner, Arthur B. 1424 Harris Trust 

Bldg. Ran. 4865 
Schall, Sam McN. (Miller & Schall). 

518 Roanoke Bldg. Cent. 3676 and 

Ran. 189 
Schein, George L. 1600 Westminster 

Bldg. Ran. 1771 and 5653. Aut. 63- 

073 
Scherzer. Albert H. 1616 Monadnock 

Blk. Har. 874 
♦Schlfsinger, Elmer (Mayer, Meyer 

Austrian & Piatt), 16th floor Am. 

Trust Bldg. Cent. 2780 
Schmauch. Walter, 1212 Schiller Bldg. 

Ran. 1013 Aut. 42-390 
Schmidt, Charles J. 1228 Monadnock 

Blk. Har. 8022 and 8023. Aut. 61- 

203 
Schmidt, John C. 1553 Monadnock Blk. 

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Schmidt, Taylor J. (Moss, Bastian & 
Schmidt), 542-5 First Nat'l Bk. Bldg. 
Ran. 6680 

Schmidt, Theodore, 1540 Otis Bldg. 
Main 4365 and 4366 

Schmitt, F. Harold, 536 La Salle st. 
Station. Wabash 4200 

Schmitt, Geo. A. 205-9 S. La Salle st. 
Ran. 6550 

Schmnck, Elmer E. 946 Otis Bldg. Main 
3745 

Schnackenberg, Elmer J. 230-9206 Com- 
mercial av. So. Chgo. 1192 

Schneider, George A. 1027 N. Y. Life 
Bldg. Cent. 694 

Schneider, Homer H. 1030 Otis Bldg. 
Franklin 3302 

Schneider, Joseph, 506 Ft. Dearborn 
Bldg. Cent. 5669 

Schobinger, Wm. 510 Corn Exch. Bk. 
Bldg. Frankhn 230 

Schoenbrod, Nathan S. 806 Ashland Blk. 
Ran. 1746 

Schoenbrun, Leo. 844 W. Adams st. 
Monroe 4040 

*Schoenfeld. Frank, 1414 American 
Trust Bldg. Cent. 595 

Schoenfeld, W. A. 458 E. 41st st. Oak- 
land 5630 

*Schofield, Henry, Northwestern Univer- 
sity Law Dept. 3d floor 31 W. Lake 
St. Ran. 4377 

Schooler, Frederick S. 1216 First Nat. 
Bk. Bldg. Cent. 3006. Aut. 47-357 

Schooler, Nathaniel, 1410 Title & Trust 
Bldg. Cent. 4132 

*Schram, Otto B. 650 Otis Bldg. Frank- 
lin 3928 

Schramm, Peter F. 412-108 S. La Salle 
St. Franklin 2884 

Schreiber, Rudolph E. 1140 Otis Bldg. 
Franklin 4015 

Schroeder, Albert W. 4939 W. Superior 
St. Aust. 16171 

Schroeder, Arthur, 3238 N. Halsted st. 
Graceland 1834 

Schroeder, Charles H. 2957 Gresham av. 
Irving 4124 

Schroeder, Leo, 1452 N. Claremont av. 

Schroet.er, Anton W. 71 Metropolitan 
Blk. Main 1371. Aut. 31-092 

Schroeter. Ernest U. 1163 The Rook- 
ery. Wabash 1676 

*Schrvver, Herbert A. 821-112 W. 
Adams st. Cent. 1593 

Schuchardt, Fred B. 1303-19 S. La 
Salle St. Ran. 2898 



Schulman, Joseph W. (Schulman & 

Meverovitz), 315-17 Ashland Blk. 

Ran. 646 
Schultz, Ernest M. 69 W. Washington 

St. Cent. 4880 
Schultz, Fred F. 311-25 Unity Bldg. 

Cent. 7192-3. Aut. 42-478 
Schuize, William, 35-106 N. La Salle 

St. Main 1275 
♦Schumacher, Bowen W. 410 Portland 

Blk. Ran. 1370 
Schupp, Robert W. 412 Home Ins. 

Bldg. Ran. 7434. Aut. 51-298 
Schussman, Paul C. (Beutler & Schuss- 

man), 1605-10 Unity Bldg. Cent. 

5795. Aut. 47-408 
Schusterman, Chas. (Morris & Schus- 

terman), 609-117 N. Dearborn st. 

Ran. 4858 
Schusterman, Otto, 947 Marquette Bldg. 

Ran. 2996. Aut. 61-837 
*Schuvler, Dan J. (Schuyler, Ettelson 

& Weinfeld), 1218-20 N. Y. Life Bldg. 

Cent. 1407. Aut. 32-184 
Schwarer, Frank B. 1608-10 Unity Bldg. 

Cent. 5795. Aut. 47-408 
Schwartz, Arthur L. (Newman, North- 

rup, Levinson & Becker), 823 Cham. 

Commerce. Main 1122. Aut. 31-279 
Schwartz, Charles P. 700 Commercial 

Nat'l Bk. Bldg. Ran. 400 
Schwartz, J. C. 1410 Title & Trust Bldg. 

Cent. 5917 
Schwartz, Jacob, 1410 Title & Trust 

Bldg. Cent. 5917 
*Schwartz, Ulysses S. Asst. City Pros. 

Atty. 604 City Hall. Main 447 and 

(Hirsch & Schwartz), 1412 Harris 

Trust Bldg. Ran. 1973 
Schwarz, Adolph M. 1014 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Cent. 6435, 6436. Aut. 43-078 
Schwarz, Chas. T. 1025 La Salle Sl 

Sta. Wabash 3210 
♦Schwemm, Wm. 17 Metropolitan Blk. 

Main 264. Aut. 31-229 
*Schwender, John, 804 Tacoma Bldg. 

Main 3845-6 
*Scofield. Timothy J. (Loesch, Scofield 

& Loesch), 1540 Otis Bldg. Main 

4365 
Scott, Bancroft & Stephens, successors 

to Hamline, Scott & Lord (Frank 

Hamline Scott, Edgar A. Bancroft, 

Redmond D. Stephens and John E. 

Mac Leish), 1620 Corn Exchange Nat. 

Bk. Main 1995 
*Scott, Frank H. (Scott, Bancroft & 

Stephens), 1620 Corn Exchange Nat. 

Bk. Main 1995 
Scott, Geo. A. H. 1145 S. Wabash av. 

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Scott, James A. 430 First Nat'l Bk. 

Bldg. Cent. 248. Aut. 42-794 
Scott, John C. 1025 La Salle St. Sta- 
tion. Wabash 3210. Local 169 
Scott, R. B. C. B. & Q. R. R. Offices. 

1100-547 W. Jackson blvd. Wab. 4400 
Scott, Robert J. 1220 First Nat'l Bk. 

Bldg. Ran. 1022. Aut. 42-777 
Scott, Victor B. 1038 Stock Exchange 

Bldg. Main 3470 
*Scott, Walter A. (Sheridan, Wilkin- 
son, Scott & Richmond), 1529-35 

:\Iarquette Bldg. Cent. 1137 
*ScoveI, John C. 1402 Hartford Bldg. 

Ran. 476 
Scranton, Cassius A. with C. Title & 

Trust Co. Cent. 4880 
Scullv, Thomas F. Judge Municipal Ct 

Franklin 2684 
Sears, Burton P. 1228 Nat'l Life Bldg. 

Ran. 4788 
Sears, Fulton H. (Sears, Roos & Boe- 

ger), 626, 629 National Life Bldg. 

Ran. 3130 
=<=Sears, NathanieL C. (Sears, Meagher 

& Whitney), 1500 First Nat. Bank 

Bldg. Cent. 3176 and 3177. Aut. 41- 

113 
Seaver, Oscar S. 1110 Title & Trust 

Bldg. Ran. 1458 
Sebastian, Frank E. 1301 Ashland Blk. 

Cent. 5451. Aut. 41-367 
*Secord, Frederick (Gann, Peaks & 

Townley), 1701-6 Borland Bldg. Cent. 

2252 
*See, Cornelius S. 1413 Ashland Blk. 

Cent. 852. Aut. 48-796 
Sesal. Isidor, 6037 Ellis av. Hyde Pk. 

3458 
Seibold, Arthur B. (Jones, Addington, 

Ames & Seibold), 1610 Ft. Dearborn 

Bldg. Ran. 45 
Scip, Emil G. 600 Commercial Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Cent. 1584 
Seipp, P. W. 110 W. Monroe st. Cent. 

549 and 550 Aut. 32-549 
Seiter. Geo. B. 64-68 W. Washington 

St. Cent. 6529. Aut. 42-430 
♦Seiter, Orville R. 631 Insurance Ex- 
change. 'Wabash 4588 
Seldcrs, Oliver M. 4133 W. Madison st. 

Garfield 8716 
Seligman, Henry M. 1444 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Cent. 1599. Aut. 42-639 
♦Selleck, Charles E. 1101-2 Ft. Dear- 

born Bldg. Ran. 4121. Aut. 54-523 
Sellers, Mary A. 1010 American Trust 

Bldg. Cent. 5829 
*Seneff, E. H. 7th floor McCormick 

Bldg. Har. 5115 



Senne. John A. 4309 Lowell av. Irving 

7988 
Sentz, Channing L. 832 Marquette Bldg. 

Cent. 3271. Aut. 61-284 
Sercomb, Charles R. 1140 Otis Bldg. 

Franklin 4015 
Severson, O. F. 918 Cham. Commerce. 

Main 2449. Aut. 32-310 
Severy, Ernest, 1007 Ashland Blk. Ran. 

2276 
*Sexton, Wm. H. 5th floor City Hall. 

Main 447 
Seymour, E. M. 420 Ashland Blk. Cent. 

5210. Aut. 41-609 
*Shabad, Henry M. 403 Reaper Blk. 

Cent. 1888. Aut. 43-415 
ShaefTer, Clarence W. 600-164 W. Wash- 
ington St. Main 3571 
*Shaeffer, Samuel J. (Shaeffer, Kompel 

& Rosenberg), 1006 Ashland Blk. Ran. 

3176. Aut. 41-727 
Shafifner, Benjamin M. 1410 Ashland 

Blk. Cent. 1737. Aut. 42-044 
Shafifner, C. B. 1410 Ashland Blk. Cent. 

1737. Aut. 42-044 
Shaner, E. L. 1353 First Nat. Bk. Bldg. 

Cent. 1361 
♦Shannon, Angus Roy, 607 Portland 

Blk. Ran. 280 and 281. Aut. 44-098 
♦Shannon, Neil J. Foreman Bros. Bank, 

Stock Exchange Bldg. Franklin 263 
Shapiro, Meyer (Simon & Shapiro), 805 

Hearst Bldg. Franklin 1533 
Shattnck, Geo. B. (Wheelock, Shattuck 

& Newev), 1307 Marquette Bldg, 

Cent. 1053 
Shauman, R. W. Armour & Co. Yards 

4100 
*Shaver, Harry L. 1066 People's Gas 

Bldg. Ran. 1089 
Shaw, Alex B. (Pattison & Shaw), 

1029 Tribune Bldg. Ran. 364 
Shaw. A. J. Credit Manager, Chi. Title 

& Trust Co. Cent. 4880 
Shaw. Emery M. 611 Ashland Blk. Cent. 

1005. Aut. 48-590 
*Shaw, Enos W. 56-106 N. La Salle st. 

Main 2611. Aut. 33-566 
Shaw, Joseph J. Chi. Title & Trust Co. 

Cent. 4880 
Shaw, R. A. J. (Shaw & Martin), 703- 

36 W. Randolph st. Cent. 1914 
*Shaw, Ralph M. (Winston, Payne, 

Strawn & Shaw), 1400 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Cent. 828 
*Shaw, Warwick A. (Shaw & Ball), 

1304 Ft. Dearborn Bldg. Ran. 949 
Shea, Walter (Shutan & Shea), 1444-48 

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Shedd, Henry S. 1315 Marquette Bldg. 
Ran. 4211 

*Sheean, James M. (Calhoun, Lyford & 
Sheean), 940 The Rookery. Wabash 
3814. Aut. 52-142, 52-143 

Sheean, John A. 1030 Nat. Life Bldg. 
Ran. 6890 

*Sheean, Henry D. (Calhoun, Lyford & 
Sheean), 940 The Rookery. Wabash 
3814. Aut. 52-142, 52-143 

*Sheehan, Thomas A. 1104 Corn Ex- 
change Bk. Bldg. Main 3129 

Sheehan, William A. 901-4 Otis Bldg. 
Main 1476 

Sheldon, Henrv L (Sheldon & Shel- 
don), 32 Borden Blk. Cent. 2824 

Sheldon, Tames M. 1709 Harris Trust 
Bldg. Ran. 7300 

*Sheldon, Joseph G. 1002 Association 
Bldg. Ran. 4861. Aut. 31-220 

Shelton, E. M. C. B. & Q. R. R. offices, 
1100-547 W. Jackson blvd. Wab. 4400 

*Shepard, Frank L. (Church, Shepard 
& Day), 626 The Temple. Main 1531 

Shepard. Herschel V. 626 The Temple. 
Main 1531 

*Shepard, Stuart G. (Shepard, McCor- 
mick & Thomason), 934-44 Tribune 
Bldg. Ran. 2929 

Sherbahn. Jacob M. 17-112 N. La Salle 
St. Main 4470 

Sherburne, Edward N. 408-9 S. La Salle 
St. Cent. 4525 

*Sheridan, James Jav. 1429 First Nat. 
Bk. Bldg. Ran. 2567 

Sheridan, Joseph L 58-106 N. La Salle 
St. Main 90. Aut. 33-893 

*Sheridan, Thomas Francis (Sheridan, 
Wilkinson, Scott & Richmond), 1529- 
35 Marquette Bldg. Cent. 1137 

Sheridan, Thomas H. (Sheridan, Wil- 
kinson, Scott & Richmond). 1533 
Marquette Bldg. Cent. 1137 

*Sherif¥. Andrew R. (Sheriff, Dent, Do- 
byns & Freeman), 1060 The Rook- 
ery. Wabash 1400. Aut. 51-380. 

Sherlock, Edward V. 301 Title & Trust 
Annex. Ran. 2707 

Sherlock, John J. (Mastin & Sher- 
lock), 1106 Fisher Bldg. Har. 7748, 
7749. Aut. 61-402 

*Sherman. Bernis W. 904 Security Bldg. 
Main 639. Aut. 32-860 

*Sherman, Chas. King, Hillsboro, 111. 

Sherman. Mark R. 920 Unity Bldg. 
Cent. 6170 

♦Sherman, Roger (Tenney, Coffeen, 
Harding & Sherman), 801 Home Ins. 
Bldg. 137 S. La Salle st. Cent. 5384 



Sherrard, Arthur A. 1531 Unity Bldg. 

Cent. 4410 and 1424 
Shervey, Charles O. 1524 Marquette 

Bldg. Cent. 2463 
Shinnick, Edward E. 167 N. Clark st. 

Ran. 2058. Aut. 47-322 
Shipnes, Wilford C. 1618 Ashland Blk. 

Cent. 966 
Shirer, Seward S. (Died Feb. 18, 1913.) 
Shirley, Geo. R. (Died June 24. 1912.) 
Shirra, Wallace E. 901-4 Otis Bldg. 

Main 1476 
*Shissler, Louis. 518 Chi. Opera House 

Blk. Main 5336 
Shockey, Willis G. 1013 Insurance Ex- 
change Bldg. Wabash 2005. Aut. 

580-335 
Shontz, G. M. 1400 First Nat. Bk. Cent. 

828 
*Shope, Simeon P. 1201 Title & Trust 

Bldg. Ran. 440 
*Shorey, Clyde E. (Adams, Follansbee, 

Hawley & Shorey). 412 Home Ins. 

Bldg. Ran. 7434. Aut. 51-298 
*Short, Benedict J. (Short, Davis & 

Rust), 1016 Ashland Blk. Cent. 4392 
Short, Jeffrey R. 1600 Railway Ex- 
change. Har. 2274 
*Shortall. John L. (Shortall & Muri- 

son), 601 Title & Trust Bldg. Cent. 

2045 and 2046. Aut. 4-3-528 
Shriber, George, 617 Ashland Blk. Ran. 

5160 and 1. Aut. 44-123 
*Shrimski, Israel (McEwen, Weissen- 
bach, Shrimski & Meloan), 1630 Tri- 
bune Bldg. Ran. 1806 
Shulman, Bernard (Shulman & Shul- 

man). 911 Ashland Blk. Ran. 1120. 

Aut. 48-566 
*Shulman, Max (Shulman & Shulman), 

911 Ashland Blk. Ran. 1120. Aut. 

48-566 
Shultheis. Chas. R. 1219 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Ran. 752 
Shults, Carlton A. 610 Portland Blk. 

Cent. 1274 
Shupe, N. J. 611 Ashland Blk. Cent. 

1605. Aut. 48-596 
Shupp, Robt. W. 412 Home Ins. Bldg. 

Ran. 4734 
Shurtleff, Edward D. (Shurtleff & 

Heizer). 1309 Title & Trust Bldg. 

Ran. 1433. Aut. 48-172 
*Shutan, Arthur J. 1506 Association 

Bldg. Ran. 7406-7 
Shutan, Samuel K. (Shutan & Shea), 

1444 Unity Bldg. Cent. 153. Aut. 

44-237 
*Sidley, Wm. P. (Holt, Wheeler & Sid- 
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Siebel, August F. W. 1520 Ft. Dear- 
born Bldg. Cent. 1042. Aut. 54-271 

Sieger, George Roy, 1209 Title & Trust 
Bldg. Ran. 477 

*Silber, Clarence J. (Silber, Isaacs, Sil- 
ber & Woley), 1023 Home Ins. Bldg. 
Cent. 6144 

♦Silber, Frederick D. (Silber, Isaacs, 
Silber & Woley), 1023 Home Ins. 
Bldg. Cent. 6144 

Silberman, Louis, 1020 Ashland Blk. 
Ran. 5099. Aut. 44-455 

Silha, John A. 3350 Douglas blvd. 

*Silsbee, Fred B. 1002 Association Bldg. 
Ran. 4861. Aut. 31-220 

Simmons, Parke E. 1214 Marquette 
Bldg. Cent. 992 

*Simmons, Rufus S. (Simmons & Irv- 
ing), 1652 Otis Bldg. Main 1488 

Simms, Arthur H. 4917 S. Dearborn st. 

Simms. Tames N. 3104 State st. Doug- 
las 6099 

Simon, Benjamin (Simon & Shapiro), 
805 Hearst Bldg. Franklin 1533 

Simon, Jacob C. 1608-10 Unity Bldg. 
Ran. 1210. Aut. 47-408 

Simon, Joseph, with Clerk of Circuit 
Court. Franklin 3015 

Simon, Joseph J. 1031 Unity Bldg. 
Cent. 5312. Aut. 44-345 

Simons, Edwin F. 204 Straus Bldg. 
Main 2505. Aut. 36-323 

♦Simons, Franklin P. 246 W. 63d st. 
Stewart 3442 

Simons, Harry, 377 Insurance Ex- 
change. Wabash 4047 

♦Simonton, Harry P. 1301 Borland Blk. 
Ran. 3567 

Simonton, James W. 979 Rand, McNally 
Bldg. Wabash 1835 

Simpson, George H. 816 S. Michigan 
av. Har. 4444 

♦Sims, Edwin W. (Sims, Welch & God- 
man), 808 Marquette Bldg. Cent. 
4384. Aut. 67-468 

♦Sinden, Henry P. 910 City Hall Square 
Bldg. Ran. 2330 

♦Singleton, Shelby M. 911-8 S. Dear- 
born St. Ran. 7488 

Sinnott, Edmund M. Asst. Atty. San- 
itary District. Wabash 1.320, and 729 
Stock Exchange Bldg. Main 2584. 
Aut. 34-056 

Sinnott, John F. 2954 Loomis st. 
Yards 1484 

Sipple, Jr. W. C. St. Louis, Mo. 

♦Sippel, Conrad H. 1310-123 W. Madi- 
son St. Ran. 4054 

♦Siqueland, Tryggve A. 2d fl. St. Clair 
Bldg. 154 E. Erie st. North 7859 



♦Sissman, Peter, 437-43 Chi. Stock Ex- 
change. Main 3618. Aut. 31-739 

♦Sisson, Harry W. 532 Tribune Bldg. 
Cent. 5561 

Sivley, C. L. 135 Park Row. Wabash 
2200 

♦Skinner, James G. Asst. Corporation 
Counsel. Main 447, and 601 Otis 
Bldg. Franklin 3296 

♦Slack, Wm. 1622 Unity Bldg. Cent. 
2362. Aut. 41-281 

Slade, John C. 1400 First Nat. Bk. Bldg. 
Cent. 828. 

♦Slater, Robert J. 1202 Ashland Blk. 
Cent. 925. Aut. 44-139 

Slattery, James M. Asst. Atty. Sanitary 
District. Wabash 1320, and 607 City 
Hall Square Bldg. Ran. 393 

Slawitsky, Samuel T. 1018 Ashland Blk. 
Cent. 3053 

Slocum, Morton G. 1325 Unity Bldg. 
Cent. 6268 

Slottow, Joseph (Huff, Cook & Slot- 
tow), 832-36 Stock Exchange Bldg. 
Main 1507 

Slusser, M. 1200 Westminster Bldg. 
Cent. 1091 

♦Slusser, Thomas H. (Carnahan, Els- 
don & Slusser), 1200-4 Westminster 
Bldg.. Cent. 1091 

Smalley, Edmund H. 2544 Kimbell av. 
Belmont 590 

Smejkal, Edward J. (Smejkal. Klenha 
& Krasa), 720 Reaper Blk. Cent. 7070 

Smejkal, Joseph A. Asst. State's Atty. 
Cent. 4870, and 720 Reaper Blk. Cent. 
7070 

♦Smietanka, Alexander. 610 Title & 
Trust Bldg. Ran. 3296 and 3297 

♦Smietanka. Julius F. (Smietanka. John- 
son, Molthrop & Polkey), 610 Title & 
Trust Bldg. Ran. 3296 and 3297 

Smith, Abner, 30-128 N. La Salle st. 
Main 2684 

♦Smith, Ben M. Judge Appellate Court. 
Cent. 2064 

Smith, Blake C. (Wyeth & Smith), 920 
N. Y. Life Bldg. Ran. 4332 

Smith, Charles R. 4752 St. Lawrence st. 

♦Smith, Claude F. 650 Otis Bldg. Frank- 
lin 3928 

♦Smith, Claude V. 1206-20 W. Jackson 
blvd. Har. 3780 

♦Smith, C. Van Alen, 1227 First Nat. 
Bk. Bldg. Cent. 517 

Smith, Dan Morgan, 813 Ashland Blk. 
Cent. 3675 

Smith, Earl J. 1709 Harris Trust Bldg. 
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Smith, Elmer A. 809-135 Park Row. 

Wabash 2200 
Smith. Emery J. (Smith & Leonard). 

58-106 N. La Salle st. Main 4486 and 

90. Aut. 34-652 
Smith, Forest G. 312-19 Hartford Bldg. 

Cent. 6300 and 2176. Aut. 48-493 
♦Smith. Frederick A. Judge B Branch 

Appellate Court. Ran. 1733 
Smith, Fred C 1511 City Hall Square 

Bldg. Ran. 6753 
Smith. George B. Asst. Cashier Conti- 
nental & Com'l Nat. Bk. Ran. 4606 
Smith, George D. Portland, Ore. 
Smith, Harold P. with Cont. & Com'l 

Trust & S. Bk. Ran. 4606 
Smith. H. L. Chi. Title & Trust Co. 

Cent. 4880 
Smith. Homer J. 1103 Ashland Blk. 

Cent. 6763 
Smith, J. Means (Haley, Lambert & 

Smith), 506 Ft. Dearborn Bldg. Cent. 

5669 
♦Smith, Jasperson (Montgomery, Hart 

& Smith), 1913 Harris Trust Bldg. 

Cent. 6731 
♦Smith, Tay P. 1103 Tacoma Bldg. 

Main 863 
Smith, Kinney, 637 Ins. Exch. Wabash 

4588 
Smith, Lincoln B. (Miller & Smith). 

1512-15 Monadnock Blk. Har. 2854 
Smith. Loyal L. 919 Monadnock Blk. 

Har. 242. Aut. 64-588 
♦Smith, Morton J. 1610 Title & Trust 

Bldg. Ran. 2597. Aut. 41-463 
Smith, Otis E. 1522 First Nat. Bank 

Bldg. Cent. 2150. Aut. 43-629 
♦Smith, Walter B. Asst. Secy. Chi. 

Title & Trust Co. Cent. 4880 
♦Smith, Willis (Smith & Wallace, 1703 

Majestic Bldg. 22 W. Monroe st. 

Cent. 6533 
Smith. Wm. W. (Rost & Smith). 88 

Metropolitan Blk. Main 1393. Aut. 

31-221 
♦Smoot, Harry E. (MacChesney & 

Becker). 1321-4 Stock Exchange 

Bldg. Franklin 357 
Smoot, Kenneth R. (Smoot & Eyer), 

1501-4 Ashland Blk. Cent. 1228. Aut. 

42-135 
Smulski, John F. Pres. N. W. Trust & 

Savings Bank, 1201 Milwaukee av. 

Monroe 5000 
♦Smyser, Nathan S. (Underwood & 

Smyser), 1007 Marquette Bldg. Cent. 

1349 and 1350. Aut. 61-368 



Smyth, William S. 2735 Ballou st. Bel- 
mont 1268 

Snapp, Dorrance D. Omaha, Neb. 

Snider, Frederick W. 804-111 N. Dear- 
born St. Cent. 5038 

♦Snite, Frank J. 1122-112 W. Adams st. 
Ran. 1157. Aut. 54-334 

Snow, Aubrey B. 363 Insurance Ex- 
change. Wabash 4047 

Snow. Arthur C. 705-1 Park Row. Wa- 
bash 2200 

Snow, Samuel D. 606 S. Michigan av. 
Har. 6200 

Snowhook, Wm. B. 48 Metropolitan 
Blk. Franklin 1797 

Soble. Aaron, 310 Portland Blk. Ran. 
3200. Aut. 48-270 

Soboroff, Hyman (Soboroff & New- 
man), 513 Ashland Blk. Cent. 1443. 
Aut. 44-094 

♦Soelke. Chas. H. (Stedman & Soelke), 
54-106 N. La Salle st. Main 789 

Solari, Joseph, 1615-332 S. Michigan 
av. Wabash 2345 

♦Solberg, Marshall, Asst. City Pros. 
Atty. Main 447, and 1140 First Nat. 
Bk. Bldg. Cent. 360 

Solomon, Herman B. 1018 Ashland Blk. 
Cent. 3053 

Solomon. Irving J. 1600 Am. Trust 
Bldg. Cent. 2780 

Solomon, Mannie, 911 Ashland Blk. 
Ran. 1120. Aut. 48-566 

Sommers. Walter F. 1206 Rector Bldg. 
Ran. 3507 

Sommers. Werner H. 1206 Rector Bldg. 
Ran. 3507 

♦Sonnenschein, Edward (Sonnenschein, 
Berkson & Fishell). 934-39 Stock Ex- 
change Bldg. Franklin 900. Aut. 
34-631 

♦Sonnenschein. Hugo (Sonnenschein, 
Berkson & Fishell), 934-39 Stock Ex- 
change Bldg. Franklin 900. Aut. 
34-631 

Sonnenschein, Max, 1518 Harris Trust 
Bldg. Ran. 4915. Aut. 53-501 

♦Sonsteby, John J. 605 Association Bldg. 
Cent. 7026 

Sorang, O. D. 62-106 N. La Salle st. 
Main 1042. Aut. 30-499 

Sorum. Herman, 6537 Ellis av. 

Souhrada, Frank C. Asst. City Pros. 
Atty. Main 447, and 71 Metropolitan 
Blk. Main 1371. Aut. 31-092 

Spahn, Louis, 1420 First Nat. Bk. Bldg. 
Cent. 6832 

Spence. Theodore A. 1709-12 City Hall 
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♦Spencer, Charles C. 37 Metropolitan 

Blk. Main 2662. Aut. 33-635 
Spengler. Walter J. (Felsenthal & Beck- 

with), 810-69 W. Washington st. Cent. 

711 and 712. Aut. 41-141 
♦Sperling, Harold G. Chi. Title & Trust 

Co. Cent. 4880 
Spink, Geo. A. (Spink & Spink), 5119 

Argyle st. Irving 13574 
Spink, Lillie C. (Spink & Spink), 5119 

Argj'le St. Irving 13574 
Spitz. Leo, 1322 Tribune BIdg. Cent. 

2356 
Spitzer, Samuel, 1633 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Ran. 3141. Aut. 42-779 
♦Spitzer, Sherman C. Asst. Gen'l Coun- 
sel Chi. Title & Trust Co. 703 Title 

& Trust Bldg. Cent. 4880 
Spohn, John F. 1114 Association Bldg. 

Cent. 36 
Spooner, Frances E. 1203 City Hall 

Square Bldg. Ran. 5042 
Sprinkle, Arthur L. (Brown, Hopkins, 

Nissen & Sprinkle), 1124 Monadnock 

Blk. Har. 292 
Sprogle, Howard O. 522 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Ran. 4794. Aut. 42-026 
Spunner, Geo. W. (Spnnner & Bell), 

420 Ashland Blk. Cent. 5210. Aut. 

41-609 
♦Spurlock, Henry B. 707 Tacoma Bldg. 

Main 2084 and 1703. Aut. 32-966 
Squire, Mary E. 414-30 N. Dearborn st. 

Ran. 897 
Stack, Edmund J. 338 N. 40th av. 
Stafford, Charles B. (Sabath, Levinson 

& Stafford). 1016-29 S. La Salle st. 

Ran. 5165 and 5166. Aut. 36-371 
♦Stafford. Clinton A. 1623 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Ran. 581. Aut. 41-982 
Stager, H. E. Armour & Co. U. S. 

Yards. Yards 4100 
Stagg, John A. 518 Chi. Opera House. 

Main 5-336 
Stahl, Floyd M. Phoenix, Ariz. 
♦Stahl, Wm. Sherman, Asst. U. S. Dis- 
trict Atty. 851 Federal Bldg. Har. 

4700, and (Stahl & Le Wald). 1109-11 

Tacoma Bldg. Main 5147. Aut. 

32-532 
Standidge. H. W. 901-2 City Hall 

Square Bldg. Ran. 4700. Aut. 41-312 
Stanlev, Edgar V. 1308 Republic Bldg. 

Har.' 6710 
Stansbury, David D. Asst. U. S. Dis- 
trict Atty. 826 Federal Bldg. Har. 

4700, and 720-29 S. La Salle st. Ran. 

6816 



Stansfield, Jas. H. 1119 Cham. Com- 
merce Bldg. Main 180 
♦Stanton, Michael J. 536 S. Clark st. 

Wabash 363 
♦Stanton, Walter T. 420 Reaper Blk. 

Cent. 858. Aut. 42-680 
♦Stapleton, William J. 1105 Ashland 

Blk. Ran. 4962. Aut. 43-366 
Stapp, David H. 1431-6 Unity Bldg. 

Ran. 3737 
Starr, Harry W. (MulvihiU & Starr), 

1306 Association Bldg. Ran. 5050 
♦Starr, ^Nlerritt (Miller, Starr, Packard 

& Peckham), 1522 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Cent. 215U. Aut. 43-G2D 
Starrett, Julius, 3658 Prairie av. 
Starring, Mason B. New York City. 
St. Clair, Edward, 835 The Rookery 

Bldg. Wabash 500 
♦St. Clair, Samuel M. 916 Nat. Life 

Bldg. Cent. 3409. Aut. 32-364 
♦Stead, J. Walter (Gillam, Stead & 

Liver), 726 First Nat. Bk. Bldg. Ran. 

4941. Aut. 43-570 
Stead, William H. (Stead, Lincoln & 

Fitch), 924-938 Otis Bldg. Franklin 

376 and 377 
Stearns, Edward C. 600 Washington 

blvd. Haymarket 4126 
Sterans, Edw. H. 717 Railway Ex- 
change Bldg. Har. 3824 
♦Stearns, Frederic W. (Cummins, 

Stearns & Milkewitch), 421 Insurance 

Exchange Bldg. Wabash 828 
♦Stebbins, Lewis A. 440 Nat. Life Bldg. 

Cent. 3954 
Stedman, Seymour (Stedman & Soelke), 

54-106 N. La Salle st. Main 789 
Steele, C. D. Swift & Co. Yards 4200 
♦Steele, Percival. 1602 Ft. Dearborn 

Bldg. Cent. 2058. Aut. 52-878 
♦Steele, Wm. Karr, 1220 Ft. Dearborn 

Bldg. Cent. 22(1 
Steen, Fred E. 104 S. Michigan av. 

Cent. 831 
Steen, Richard A. (Steen & Webber), 

1452-6 McCormick Bldg. Har. 5514, 

5515 
♦Steere, Geo. S. (Steere & Steere), 953 

The Rookery. Wabash 220 
Steere, Kenneth D. 110 S. Dearborn st. 

Ran. 4844 
Steere, Lloyd R. (Steere & Steere), 659 

The Rookery. Wabash 220. And 

with Central Trust Co. Ran. 2976. 

Aut. 51-141 
Steers, Fred L. 1350 First Nat. Bank 

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Steffen, Walter P. Asst. U. S. District 

Atty. 826 Federal Bldg. Har. 4700 
Stein, Alvin E. 213-9 S. La Salle st. 

Cent. 6427. Aut. 310-18 
*Stein, Philip (Stein, Mayer & Stein), 

1633 First Nat. Bk. Bldg. Ran. 8141. 

Aut. 42-779 
*Stein, Sydney (Stein, Mayer & Stein), 

1633 First Nat. Bk. Bldg. Ran. 3141. 

Aut. 42-779 
*Stein, S. Sidney (Moses, Rosenthal & 

Kennedy), 600 The Temple. Main 

365. Aut. 51-449 
Ste'nbrecher, George, 607 Portland Blk. 

Ran. 280. Aut. 44-098 
Steinhauer. E. C. 706 Ashland Blk. 

Cent. 4693. Aut. 41-426 
Steiskal, Otto L. 1817 Loomis st. cor. 

Blue Island av. Canal 342 
*Stelk, John (Tedlan & Stelk), 728 

Reaper Blk. Cent. 5764 
Stenge, Bernhard, 616 Reaper Blk. Ran. 

3846 
Stenning, C. E. 1510 Title & Trust Bldg. 

Cent. 1863. Aut. 42-335 
Stephen, Geo. M. 1210 Security Bldg. 

Main 2331 
Stephens. John R. 813-105 W. Monroe 

St. Cent. 5374 
*Stephens, Redmond D. (Scott, Ban- 
croft & Stephens), 1620 Corn Ex- 
change Bk. Blk. Main 1995 
Stephens, Robert L. 417 Roanoke Bldg 

Main 2927. Aut. 31-682 
Stepina, Tames F. 1825 Blue Island av 

Canal 431 
*Stern, Henry L. (Stern, Anderson & 

Davis). 1034 First Nat. Bk. Bldg 

Cent. 3538 
*Stern, Julius, 1023 Home Ins. Bldg 

Cent. 6144 
Stern, Nathaniel A. 1616 Tribune Bldg 

Ran. 3086 and 3087. Aut. 41-346 
Stern, Oscar D. 1501 Corn Exch. Bk 

Bldg. Franklin 205. Aut. 54-656 
Stern. Ralph F. 1317 Ashland Blk. Cent 

6544. Aut. 41-985 
*Sterrett, Malcolm B. Asst. State's 

Atty. Criminal Court Bldg. Cent. 

4870, and 1027 N. Y. Lite Bldg. Cent 

694 
Stetson, John C. Gone to Alabama 
Stetzler, Edwin S. 501 City Hall 
*Steven, Jas. A. 707 Tacoma Bldg. 

Main 2551. Aut. 32-966 
*Stevens, Edward J. (McCornack & 

Stevens), 956 First Nat. Bk. Bldg. 

Ran. 2698 



*Stevens, Ernest J. Vice-Prest. and Mgr. 

Hotel La Salle. Franklin 700 
*Stevens, Geo. M. (Crafts & Stevens), 

924-25 Stock Exchange Bldg. Main 

1675 
'Stevens, Geo. M. (Winters, Price & 

Stevens), 605-607 Ashland Blk. Ran. 

3431. Aut. 42-247 
Stevens, Joel W. 616 Reaper Blk. Ran. 

3846. Aut. 42-683 
Stevens, John S. 1109 Tacoma Bldg. 

Main 5147. Aut. 32-532 
*Stevens, William B. 304 Portland Blk. 

Cent. 719 
*Stevenson, Alex. F. 1110 La Salle av. 

North 765 
Stevenson, M. L. 600 Washington blvd. 

Haymarket 4126 
*Stevenson. Ralph D. 701 Merchants L. 

& T. Bldg. Ran. 3830 
*Stevenson, Thomas H. 1540 Otis Bldg. 

Main 43G5 and 4366 
Stevenson, Wm. J. 536 La Salle st. Sta- 
tion. Wabash 4200 
Stewart, Benjamin A. 801 Ashland Blk. 

Ran. 7355 
Stewart, Edward L. 1014 Association 

Bldg. Cent. 582. Ran. 5246 
Stewart. Edwin. 2361 Milwaukee av. 

Humboldt 1689 
Stewart. Eugene, 1118 Hartford Bldg. 

Ran. 1634. Aut. 42-206 
Stewart, Hugh R. Judge Municipal Ct. 

Franklin 2684 
Stewart, Robert W. 934-72 W. Adams 

St. Cent. 3304 
Stewart, William Scott, 1601 Title & 

Trust Bldg. Ran. 4193. Aut. 41-327 
St. George, Maximilian J. 1214 Ashland 

Blk. Cent. 776. Aut. 48-696 
Stibgen, Geary V. (Atwood, Pease & 

Loucks), 1213 Tacoma Bldg. Main 

394. Franklin 342. Aut. 32-651 
*Stiefel, Charles W. 1334-40 Stock Ex- 
change Bldg. Main 4341 and 4342 
*Stillman, Herman W. 1127 Association 

Bldg. Cent. 4643. Aut. 32-515 
*Stillwell, James (Loesch, Scofield & 

Loesch). 1540 Otis Bldg. Main 4.365 

and 4S66 
*Stilwell, Chas. C. blaster in Chancery 

Superior Court (Bowersock & Stil- 

well), 1903-4 City Hall Square Bldg. 

Cent. 4339 
*Stitt, Thomas L. 1201-112 W. Adams 

St. Cent. 2338 
St. John, Fred'k, 1320 Ashland Blk. 

Cent. 5721. Aut. 48-248 



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St. Lawrence Jas. Asst. Corporation 

Counsel. Main 447 
Stobbs. Thomas C. 151 154th st. Harvey, 

III. Te!. 246-M 
Stockert. Edward G. 1301 Ashland Blk. 

Cent. 5451. Aut. 41-367 
Stockwell, Geo. W. 807 Tacoma Bldg. 

Franklin 2324 
Stoehr, Kurt, 817 Railway E.k. Bldg. 

Har. 7391 
Stoffels. Oscar A. 1530 Ins. Exch. Bldg. 

AVabash 660. Aut. 58-073 
Stoll, Robert Hamilton, 411 Boyce Bldg. 

Ran. 1339 
Stoltenberg, Henry N. 628 Reaper Blk. 

Ran. 4312 
Stone. Harry W. 300-10 S. La Salle st. 

Franklin 3580 
*Stone, Horace G. 5006 Michigan av. 

Oakland 4323 
Stone, Wiley, 1407 Ashland Blk. Cent. 

403. Aut. 41-117 
Stookey, Orren V. 75-154 W. Randolph 

St. Franklin 351. Aut. 31-222 
*Storkan. James, 1518 W. 12th st. Mon- 
roe 446 
Story. Fred W. 708 Tacoma Bldg. 

Franklin 3720 and 1088 
*Stratton, Abram B. Atty. for Armour 

& Co. U. S. Yards. Yards 4100 
*Straus. Ira E. (Simeon Straus & Ira 

E. Straus), 301 Ashland Blk. Cent. 

2075. Aut. 41-361 
♦Straus, Joseph G. Bank floor Ashland 

Blk. Ran. 560 
♦Straus. Simeon (Simeon Straus & Ira 

E. Straus), 301 Ashland Blk. Cent. 

2075. Aut. 41-361 
Strauss. Samuel A. 1206 Rector Bldg. 

Ran. 3545 
Strawn. I^uis F. Asst. U. S. District 

Atty. 826 Federal Bldg. Har. 4700 
♦Strawn, Silas H. (Winston, Payne, 

Strawn & Shaw), 1400 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Cent. 828 
Street. Norman A. (Heidman & Street), 

1500 People's Gas Bldg. Ran. 4719. 

Aut. 64-515 
♦Streeter, Wallace (Lewis. Folsom & 

Streeter), 1822 Commercial Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Cent. 348 and 3981 
Streyckmans. Felix J. (Ammen, Streyck- 

mans & Joyner). 800 Schiller Bldg. 

Ran. 6714 and 6715 
♦Strickler. Harvey, 909 Rector Bldg. 

Cent. 6626 
Strohm, Harry L. 1504 City Hall 

Square Bldg. Ran. 1722. Aut. 47-148 



Strom, Alex J. 1109 Tacoma Bldg. Main 

5147. Aut. 32-532 
♦Strong, Amzi W. 1917-20 Harris Trust 

Bldg. Ran. 898. Aut. 51-777 
Strong, Walter A. 15 N. 5th av. Frank- 
lin 1 
Strong, William G. 52 Borden Blk. 

Cent. 5309. Aut. 44-818 
Strover, Carl, 1009 Cham. Commerce. 

Main 3989. Aut. 32-949 
♦Struckmann, Wm. F. Asst. County At- 
torney, 507 Court House. Franklin 

3015 
Stuart, Olney B. 631 Insurance Ex- 
change Bldg. Wabash 4588 
♦Stubblefield. Arnott, 1216 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Cent. 3006. Aut. 47-357 
Sturgeon, John H. New York City 
♦Sturges, Chas. M. 1222 Association 

Bldg. Ran. 3269 
Sugrue, Geo. H. 37 Metropolitan Blk. 

Main 2662. Aut. 33-635 
Sullivan. Alexander, 1116 Otis Bldg. 

Franklin 2230 
Sullivan. H. 1500 First Nat. Bk. Bldg. 

Cent. 3176 and 3177. Aut. 41-113 
Sullivan, David, Judge Municipal Court. 

Franklin 2684 
*SuIlivan, Denis E. Judge Superior 

Court. Franklin 3015 
Sullivan, Dennis W. Master in Chan- 
cery Circuit Court, 421 The Temple. 

Main 3910 
Sullivan. Eugene D. 920 Unity Bldg. 

Cent. 5969 
♦Sullivan, Francis J. 712 Otis Bldg. 

Franklin 3240 and 3241 
Sullivan, Francis P. 413 Wells st. Main 

3612 
Sullivan, Francis T. Inheritance Tax 

Atty., 734 Otis Bldg. Franklin 3500 
Sullivan. Harry A. 1208 Ashland Blk. 

Cent. 1057. Aut. 41-402 
Sullivan, Homer. 1007 Ft. Dearborn 

Bldg. Ran. 1350. Aut. 54-447 
Sullivan. Jeremiah (Bailey, Horgan & 

Sullivan), 521 Ashland Blk. Cent. 

5819. Aut. 41-243 
♦Sullivan, John J. Judge Municipal 

Court. Franklin 2684 
♦Sullivan. Joseph J. (Gorman, Pollock, 

Sullivan & Livingston), 729 Stock 

Exchange Bldg. Main 2584. Aut. 

34-056 
♦Sullivan, Michael F. Asst. State's Atty. 

Criminal Court Bldg. Cent. 4870 
Sullivan. Mark J. 1017 Hartford Bldg. 

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Sullivan, Patrick W. Asst. Corporation 

Counsel. Main 447 
*Sullivan, Percy W. 1540 Otis Bldg. 

Main 4365 and 4366 
Sullivan, Philip L. 800 Schiller Bldg. 

Ran. 6714, 6715 
Sullivan. Timothy J. 406 City Hall. 

Main 447. Local 34 
Summers, Guy E. 1501 Corn Exch. Bk. 

Bldg. Franklin 205. Aut. 54-656 
Sutherland, Thomas J. 1320 Ft. Dear- 
born Bldg. Cent. 5774 
*Sutton, John W. 48-106 N. La Salle st. 

Main 1828. Aut. 32-383 
*Sutton, Simon T. 519-58 W. Washing- 
ton St. Cent. 3936 
Svoboda, Jarold, 1102 Ashland Blk. 

Cent. 6763. Aut. 42-569 
Swabey, Stanley W. San Francisco, Cal. 
*Swain, Everett M. 714 Roanoke Bldg. 

Ran. 5038 
*Swan, Thomas W. (Bentley, Burling 

& Swan), 1201-203 S. Dearborn st. 

Har. 1283. 1284, 1285 
Swanson, Albin G. 10 N. La Salle st. 

Franklin 700 
Swanson. Charles L. 1313-19 Ft. Dear- 
born Bldg. Ran. 228 
Swanson, John A. 1420 Unity Bldg. 

Ran. 367. Aut. 44-501 
Swanson, Thomas E. (Swanson & 

Fish). 407 Ashland Blk. Cent. 376. 

Aut. 41-448 
Swanson, Thurston B. 714 Reaper Blk. 

Ran. 2031. Cent. 2647 
Swanstrom, Luther D. 203 N. Michigan 

av. Ran. 172 
Swartz, Geo. E. 1444 Unity Bldg. Cent. 

153 
Sweeney, John M. 2d fl. Citv Hall 

Square Bldg. Cent. 4305. Aut. 48-148 
Swenaiton, Harold A. 1233 McCormick 

Bldg. Har. 1572. Aut. 64-462 
Swenie, John J. (Lumbard, Swenie, 

Monahan & Harris). 822 Reaper Blk. 

Cent. 1856. Aut. 42-751 
*Swett. Frank W. 1040 Otis Bldg. 

Franklin 3648 
Swigert. H. A. 1014-5 S. Wabash av. 

Ran. 2352 
Swiney, Wm. S. (Birmingham & 

Swiney), 1404 Hartford Bldg. Cent. 

1538 
Swissler, William R. 823 Cham. Com- 
merce. Main 1122. Aut. 31-279 
*Svmes. John J. 819 N. Y. Life Bldg. 

Ran. 4906 
*Svmmes, Thomas T- (Rose. Svmmes & 

Kirkland), 1510 Title & Trust Bldg. 

Cent. 1863. Aut. 42-335 



S>Tnmes, Wm. H. 600 W. Washington 
St. Haymarket 4126. Aut. 369-115 

Synnestvedt, John B. 47-106 N. La Salle 
St. Main 3109 

Synnestvedt, Paul (Svnnestvedt & Bra- 
ley), 953 People's Gas Bldg. Ran. 
1560 

Szold, Robert, 606 S. Michigan av. Har, 
6200 

Szvdlowski, T. Love, 812-108 S. La 
Salle St. Main 3175. Aut. 52-816 



Taber, Sydney R. Princeton, N. J. 
Tadelski, Joseph Francis, 2319 Cornelia 

St. Humboldt 8943 
Taft, Marcus H. 3203 W. 63d st. Nor- 
mal 385 
Tagert, Alfred N. 2-154 W. Randolph 

St. Franklin 126. Aut. 34-122 
Tait, Ben F. University Club, 76 E. 

Monroe st. Ran. 2840 
Tait, J. Milton, 1211 Westminster Bldg, 

Ran. 3899 
Talbot, Thos. J. 1-716 W. Madison st. 

Monroe 409 
*Talcott, Harry H. (Wells, Blakeley & 

Talcott), 914-19 S. La Salle st. Cent. 

1873 
*Tallmadge, C: Paul (Bulkley, Gray & 

More). 518 Home Ins. Bldg. Ran. 187 
Taltv, George F. 1216 Ft. Dearborn 

Bldg. Ran. 1101. Aut. 54-669 
Taltzer, Chas. W. 1113 Merchants L. & 

T. Bldg. Ran. 3552 
Tannenbaum. William M. 1016-108 S. 

Salle St. Franklin 3520. Aut. 51-622 
Tansey. Thomas F. 37-154 W. Randolph 

St. Main 2662. Aut. 35-635 
Tascher, J. Ralph, Prescott, Ariz. 
*Tatge. Gustavus J. (Tatge & Koepke), 

903 Schiller Bldg. Cent. 1392. Aut. 

41-732 
*Tatge, Wm. H. 6438 Eggleston av. 

Wentworth 4435 
Taylor, Chas. W. 322 Ashland Blk. 

Ran. 671. Aut. 41-967 
Tavlor, Clarence W. 607-35 S. Dearborn 

St. Cent. 5873. 
=^Tavlor, Dudley, 1807 City Hall Square. 

Cent. 2310. 
*Taylor, Edward H. 1102 Schiller Bldg. 

Cent. 5862. Aut. 42-857. 
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*Taylor, Geo. H. (Taylor & McWil- 
liams), 515 Royal Ins. Bldg. Wabash 
1246. Aut. 51-603 

Tavlor, Harry M. 360-17 N. La Salle 
St. Main 4442. Aut. 31-861 

*Taylor, Howard S. with Election Com- 
missioners, City Hall. Main 764 

Taylor, Jas. W. 1209 First Nat. Bk. 
Bldg. Cent. 810. Aut. 44-051 

Tavlor, Jr. Julius S. 1209 Ashland Elk. 
Ran. 1201. Aut. 43-359 

*Taylor, Jr. Orville J. (Gardner, Foote 
& Burns). 1G02 Corn Exchange Bk. 
Bldg. Franklin 2298 

Tavlor, Robert L. with Election Com- 
missioners, 308 City Hall. Main 764 

*Taylor, Jr. Thos. (Taylor & Lundahl), 
1212 First Nat. Bk. Bldg. Cent. 810 

Taylor. Ulysses G. Moline, 111. 

♦Taylor, Wm. Annan, 574 The Rook- 
ery. Wabash 2152 

Teed, Frank Brownell, 807 Tacoma 
Bldg. Franklin 2324 

Teefy, Armand F. 614-618 N. La Salle 
St. Main 2214 and 3077. Aut. 32-352 

Teigan, Martin J. 306-35 N. Dearborn 
St. Ran. 40. Aut. 44-014 

^Teller, Carroll A. 1311-8 S. Dearborn 
St. Cent. 692. Aut. 43-898 

Tenney, CoflFeen, Harding & Sherman 
(Horace Kent Tenney, Charles F. 
Harding, Roger Sherman, George T. 
Rogers and Harry A. Parkin), 801 
Home Insurance Bldg. 137 S. La Salle 
St. Cent. 5384 

*Tcnney, Horace Kent (Tenney, Cof- 
feen, Harding & Sherman), 801 Home 
Ins. Bldg. 137 S. La Salle st. Cent. 
5384 

Terry, James A. 3456 S. State St. Doug- 
las 6510 

*Terwilliger, J. Edwin (Pringle, 
Rcid & Terwilliger), 723 The Tem- 
ple. Main 2466 

Thackwell, Wm. C. 13th floor N. Y. 
Life Bldg. Cent. 277. Aut. 32-814 

Thai, Hugo J. 1040 Otis Bldg. Frank- 
lin 3468 

Thieda, Stephen A. 407-19 S. La Salle 
St. Cent. 6564. Aut. 33-069 

Thicss, John B. 180 Edgecomb ave., New 

York, N. Y. 
Thoman, Harnwell & Pearsons, 1502 
Borland Bldg. Ran. 599 

Thomas, Edwin A. The Northern Trust 

Co. Main 5200 
Thomas. D. R. 603-111 N. Dearborn st. 
Ran. 5268 and 2359 



Thomas. John B. 4364 Emerald ave. 

Yds. 4962 
*Thomas, Morris St. P. 306 Portland 

Blk. 35 N. Dearborn st. Ran. 40. 

Aut. 44-014 
*Thomason, Frank D. 1028 Tribune 

Bldg. Cent. 6182. Aut. 43-263 
*Thomasson, Tr. Nelson, 704-117 N. 

Dearborn st. Cent. 1143. Aut. 43-561 
*Thomason, Samuel E. (Shepard, Mc- 

Cormick & Thomason). 934-44 Trib- 
une Bldg. Ran. 2929. 
Thompson, Albert D. (Died Nov. 26, 

1912). 
Thompson. E. F. (Thompson & Clark), 

630 Chi. Opera House. Main 3379 
Thompson, Edward H. 774-321 S. La 

Salle St. Wabash 1549. Aut. 53-452 
Thompson, Fred E. 1612 Tribune Bldg. 

Cent. 5758-9. Aut. 41-103 
Thompson, Gideon S., 642 Otis Bldg. 

Franklin 2713 
Thompson, Glenn A. 924 Oakley Blvd. 
Thompson, Harry F. Kendallville, Ind. 
Thompson, J. A. Chi. Title & Trust Co. 

Cent. 4880 
Thompson, Joseph J. 966-8 People's 

Gas Bldg. Ran. 2553. Aut. 64-562 
^Thompson, Lavern W. 805 Union Bank 

Bldg. Ran. 4490 
Thompson, Leverett, 1610 Harris Trust 

& S. Bk. Ran. 4993 
Thompson, Lorin (Hawlin & Thomp- 
son), 1003 Rector Bldg. Ran. 4200 
Thompson, Milford J. 804 National Life 

Bldg. Ran. 5280 
*Thompson, Richard S. 012 Chamber of 

Commerce Bldg. Main 1152 
Thompson, Wm. O. 608 American Trust 

Bldg. Ran. 3295 
Thompson, Wm. T. 1323 Insurance Ev. 

Bldg. Wabash 850 
Thomscn-von Colditz, S. 414 First Nat. 

Bank Bldg. Ran. 3853 
^Thomson, Charles M. (Gardner, Car- 
ton & Thomson), 1000 American Trust 

Bldg. Ran. 3647. Aut. 48-458 
Thomson, Melville R. 500-164 W. Wash- 
ington St. Main 1273. Franklin 1457. 

Aut. 33-229 
Thon, Wm. G. 725 Stock Exchange 

Bldg. Main 3090. Aut. 31-250 
Thonander, Oscar, 5205 N. Clark st. 
Thorne, Willis E. 608 Harris Trust 

Bldg. Ran. 4256 
*Thornton, Charles S. (Thornton & 

Chancellor), 704-5 Pullman Bldg. 

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*Thornton, Wm. P. 823 Chamber of 
Commerce. Main 1122. Aut. 31-279 

*Thorpe, Byron C, Vice Pres't. Bank- 
ing House of Joseph Stein & Co., 1935 
Milwaukee ave. Humboldt 46 

Thurman, Edwin R. (Thurman, Hume 
& Kennedy), 1702 Majestic Theater 
Bldg. Cent. 1558. Aut. 42-764 

Tibbits, Flora V. W. 3735 N. 41st court. 

Tiedebohl, Edward R. 1104 Rector Bldg. 
Cent. 2561. Aut. 61-851 

*Tiffany, Harry A. 1322 First Nat. Bk. 
Bldg. Ran. 1474 

Tilley, Earle F. 1010 Title & Trust Bldg. 
Cent. 2598. Aut. 44-525 

Tillman, Chas. C. 1620 Monadnock Blk. 
Har. 1804. Aut. 62-721 

Tillotscn, Levi N. 611 Portland Blk. 
Cent. 1717 

Tillson, Edward H. 1402 Security Bldg. 
Main 25 

Tilton, James N. 2-154 W. Randolph st. 
Franklin 126. Aut. 34-122 

Timke, Julius J. 21-128 N. La Salle st. 
Franklin 2276 

Timm, A. J. C. 1104 Rector Bldg. Cent. 
2561. Aut. 61-851 

♦Tinsman, Homer E. (Tinsman & 
Blocki), 1350 First Nat. Bk. Bldg. 
Cent. 1100 and 4036. 

Tittman, John E. 1571 Ogden ave. Mon- 
roe 1935 

Tobev, Henry W. Swift & Co. Yds. 
■ 4200 

*Tobey, Waldo F. (Isham, Lincoln & 
Reale), 1700-72 W. Adams st. Ran. 
425 

Tobias, Geo. J. 1216-108 N. State st. 
Cent. 3711 

Tobias, J. J. Chancellor Chicago Law 
School, 1208 Schiller Bldg. Cent. 3438 

Todd, Elhanan H. 1319 Foster ave. 

Todd, James (Todd & Plummer), 921- 
922 The Temple. Main 4248 

Tollkuehn, Frank F. 714 City Hall 
Square Bldg. Ran. 6575 

*Tolman, Edgar B. (Tolman & Red- 
field), 1309-15 Stock Exchange Bldg. 
Main 698. Aut. 31-118 

Tompkins, Alfred F. 328 Reaper Blk. 
Cent. 4208 

*Tompkins, Geo. H. (Tompkins & Mo- 
ran), 1915 City Hall Square Bldg. 
Cent. 4128 

Ton, Cornelius J. New Orleans, La. 

Tone, David K. 1109 City Hall Square 
Bldg. Cent. 4634. Aut. 47-348 

Tone, Elmer J. 1109 City Hall Square 
Bldg. Cent. 4634. Aut. 47-348 



*Toner, H. J. 948 National Life Bldg. 

Ran. 5048. Aut. 31-769 
Toohey, Joseph L. 1252 Otis Bldg. 

Franklin 1821. Aut. 33-969 
*Toolen. Clarence A. (O'Donnell, Dil- 
lon & Toolen), 1218-19 Ashland Blk. 

Ran. 3474, 3475. Aut. 41-435 
*Toplifif, Samuel (Hamlin & Topliff), 

611-35 N. Dearborn st. Cent. 1717 
Topper, William L. 40 Merchants Bldg. 

Franklin 1427. Aut. 36-387 
Torbet, Lewis K. 452 Federal Bldg. 

Har. 4700. Local 38 
*Torrison, Oscar M. Judge Municipal 

Court. Franklin 2684 
Tourie, E. Carl, 1100 Am. Trust Bldg. 

Cent. 618 
Tower, Tr. Edwin B. H. 1621 Ft. Dear- 
born Bldg. Ran. 2523 
*Towle, Henrv S. (Offield, Towle, 

Graves & Offield), 1228 Monadnock 

Blk. Har. 8022 and 8023. Aut. 61-203 
Towne, Arthur F. 504 Tacoma Bldg. 

Main 50 
Towne, Charles E. 504 Tacoma Bldg. 

Main 50 
Towner, Frank H. 1400 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Cent. 828 
*Townlev, Morris M. (Gann, Peaks & 

Townley), 1701 Borland Bldg. Cent. 

2252 
Townsend, Harold G. 621 New York 

Life Bldg. Ran. 1976. Aut. 33-632 
Tracy, John F. 101 Reaper Blk. Cent. 

318 
Trainor, Chas. J. Master in Chancery 

Superior Court, 506 Ashland Blk. 

Ran. 2340. Aut. 44-252 
Trainor, John C. 51-138 N. La Salle st. 

Main 2435. Aut. 31-947 
*Traub, Adolph (Burns & Traub), 1001- 

4 Title & Trust Bldg. Cent. 1488. 

Aut. 47-337 
Traznik, Frank J. 2725 W. 15th place 
*Treacy, Philip H. 1405 Ins. Exchange 

Bldg. Wnbash 2039. Aut. 580-410 
Treadway, R. B. 506-226 W. Jackson 

blvd. Wabash 3408 
Treadwell Chas A. 412 Home Ins. Bldg. 

Ran. 4734 
Tressler, Chas. J. Swift & Co. Yds. 

4200 
Tribue, John A. 5338 Monroe ave. Mid- 
way 6079 
Trimble, C. O. Los Angeles, Cal. 
Trimpe, William A. 953 The Rookery. 

Wabash 220 
*rnpp, Arnold, 1909-12 City Hall 

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*Triska, Joseph F. 1945 W. 47th st. 

Drover 404 
Trissal. Frank M. 4744 Evans ave. 

Drexel 3513 
Troyer, W. H. 1408 Hartford Bldg. 

Cent. 2069 
True, Walter, 1609 Ashland Blk. Cent 

425. 
Trude, Alfred S. 1308 City Hall Square 

Bldg. Cent. 2573 
*Trude, Daniel P. 1308 City Hall Square 

Bldg. Cent. 3167 
*Trude, Fred H. 910 Hartford Bldg. 

Ran. 2085. Aut. 41-410 
*Trude, George A. 1308 City Hall 

Square Bldg. Cent. 3167 
*Trude, Samuel H. 1334-40 Stock Ex- 
change Bldg. Main 4341 
Truman, Percival H. (Barnett & Tru- 
man), 1518-22 Monadnock Blk. Har. 

282. Ant. 61-066 
*Trumbull, Donald S. (Judah, Willard. 

Wolf & Reichmnan), 1501 Corn Ex- 
change Bk. Bldg. Franklin 205. Aut. 

54-656 
Trumbull, James A. 909 Ashland Blk. 

Cent. 6211 
Tuchscherer, Harry P. 1002 Ashland Blk. 

Cent. 2881 
Tucker, Hevman F. 1007-14 Stock Ex- 
change Bldg. Main 692 
Tuohy, Payton J. 431 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Ran. 4676 
Turck, T. Byron, 1314 Hartford Bldg. 

Ran. 467. Aut. 41-097 
*Turnbull, Geo. L. 703 Stock Exchange 

Bldg. Main 4854. Aut. 33-855 
*Turnbull. Gerald, 703 Stock Exchange 

Bldg. Main 4854. Aut. 33-855 
Turnbull, Robt. 36 Metropolitan Blk. 

Main 3837. Aut. 31-585 
Turner, Arthur W. 515 Arlington place. 

Lincoln 4474 
*Turnev. Robt E. (Jacobs & Turnev"), 

1234 First Nat. Bk. Bldg. Ran. 7540 
*Turnock, James, Master in Chancery 

Superior Court, 405-3-5 N. Dearborn 

St. Ran. 2919. Aut. 48-370 
*Tuthi]l, Richard S. Judge Circuit 

Court. Franklin 3015 
*Tuthill, Jr. Richard S. 1400 First Nat. 

Bk. Bldg. Cent. 828 
Tuttle, Emerson B. 1015 Marquette 

Bldg. Cent. 1508 
Tuttle, Frank L. 1309 Title & Trust 

Bldg. Ran. 1433. Aut. 48-172 
*Tuttlc, Henry N. 901 Tacoma Bldg. 

Main 1153 
Tuttle, Wm. H. 1209, 1210 Ft. Dearborn 

Bldg. Ran, 7313 Aut 57-387 

102 



Twiss, Richard B. 601 Union Bank 

Bldg. Cent. 2124 
Twohev, M. I. 1331 Unity Bldg. Cent. 

4199. Aut. 46-667 
Twomey, D. Ryan, 1231-38 Unity Bldg. 

Cent. 6806. Aut. 42-843 
Twvman, Franklin, 1202 Ashland Blk. 

Cent. 925. Aut. 44-139 
Tvler, Theodore R. (Died April 16, 

1913) 
Tyler, Wm. V. 7000 Rhodes ave. Nor- 
mal 513i^ 
*Tvrrell, Albert H. 1218 Hartford Bldg. 

Ran. 5131 
Tvrrell, Frank J. in State's Attorney's 

Office. Cent. 4870 
*Tvrrell, John F. 1611 City Hall Square 

Bldg. Ran. 6710 
Tvrrell, Joseph T. 805 Union Bank 

Bldg. Ran. 4490 
*Tyssowski, Jos. S. 910 Ashland Blk. 

Cent. 6630. Aut. 44-007 



U 



*Uhlir, Joseph Z. Judge Municipal 
Court. Franklin 2684 

*Ullmann, Jr. Frederick (Ullmann, Hoag 
& Davidson), 1305 Fisher Bldg Har. 
236 

Ulrich, John A. (Ulrich & O'Brien), 
411 Rector Bldg. Cent. 1494 

Ulrich, Otto IW. 208 W. Randolph st. 
Main 1869 

Umlauf, L. C. 436 Stock Exchange 
Bldg. Main 2590. Aut. 32-092 

Umlauf, William, 709-167 W. Washing- 
ton st Franklin 541. Aut. 34-075 

*Underwood, Arthur W. (Underwood & 
Smvser), 1007 Marquette Bldg. Cent. 
1349 and 1350. Aut. 61-368 

*Underwood. Geo. W. (Underwood, 
Harding & Manning), 1107 Tacoma 
Bldg. Main 120. Aut. 31-839 

Underwood, Walter Scott (Whitman & 
Miller), 806-35 N. Dearborn st. Ran. 
40 and 41. Aut. 44-014 

United States Corporation Company, 
832-30 N. La Salle st. Main 1507 

*Upton, Edward L. 50 Borden Blk. 
Cent. 5309. Aut. 44-246 

Urbanski, Aug. G. 1225 N. Ashland ave. 
Alonroe 3987 

*Urion, Alfred R. Gen'l Counsel Ar- 
mour & Co. 137 S. La Salle st. Cent. 
4804 and Yds. 4100 

Utpatel, Fred W. 408 Chamber of Com- 
merce. Franklin 1007 



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*Utpatel, Henry, 408 Chamber of Com- 
merce. Franklin 1007 

*Utt, Frank M. 1012 The Temple. Main 
3575. Aut. 51-864 

Utt. Nathan E. (Utt Brothers), 1600 
Westminster Bldg. Ran. 2124 and 
1771. Aut. 63-073 

*Utt, William H. (Utt Brothers), 1600 
Westminster Bldg. Ran. 2124 and 
1771. Aut. 63-078 



V 



*Vail, Edward P. (Vail & Vette), 329 

Title & Trust Bldg. Cent. 6346 
Vail, Edward. 1743 Insurance Ex- 
change. Wabash 3620 
Valentine, E. K. 414 Ashland Blk. Ran. 

2928 
Vallette, Clair D. 1204 Majestic Bldg. 

Ran. 1773 
Van Bever, Emile V. (Erbstein & Van 

Bever), 426-37 First Nat. Bk. Bldg. 

Cent. 248, 249. Aut. 42-794 
Van Buren, Wm. (Died April 24, 1913) 
Vance, T. G. (Vance & Harte), 710-167 

W. Washington st. Franklin 541. Aut. 

34-075 
Van Dellen, Elzo L. (Geeting, Potts & 

Van Dellen), 1531-6 Unity Bldg. 

Cent. 1424. Aut. 42-942 
=i^Vander Ploeg, Herman, 946 Otis Bldg. 

Main 3745 
Van Duzer, Edward C. 1105 Unity Bldg. 

Cent. 2625. Aut. 43-578 
Van Gilder, Wm. C. 301-25 N. Dear- 
born St. Cent. 5198. Aut. 42-404 
Van Hovenberg, K. H. 708 Hartford 

Bldg. Cent. 5494 
Vanier, R. W. (Harris, Dodds & Kagy), 

1317-24 Unity Bldg. Cent. 2018 
Van Natta, John E. (Walker & Van 

Natta), 1205-10 Unity Bldg. Cent. 

5998 
Van Patten, A. C. 237 Monadnock Blk. 

Har. 8222 
*Van Sands, Robt. 209-117 N. Dearborn 

St. Cent. 1741. Aut. 44-124 
*Van Schaick, Guy, 411-9 S. La Salle 

St. Ran. 3738 
Van Winkle, Archy L. 3236 Prairie ave. 

Douglas 6672 
Van Winkle, Emma B. 3236 Prairie ave. 

Douglas 6672 
Varnum, Clark, 707-117 N. Dearborn 

St. Ran. 5122 
*Vasen, Maurice E. Quincy, III. 



*Vaughan, Franklin E. 1010 Title & 

Trust Bldg. Cent. 2598. Aut. 44-525 
Vavra, W. J. Asst. City Pros. Atty. 604 

City Hall. Main 447 
*Veeder, Albert H. (Albert H. & Henry 

Veeder), 1200-76 W. Monroe st. Cent. 

6002 
*Veeder, Henry (Albert H. & Henry 

Veeder), 1200-76 W. Monroe st. Cent. 

6002 
*Veeder, Paul L. 1200-76 W. Monroe st. 

Cent. 6002 
Veirs, Bazel W. (Veirs & McClure), 

1314 Hartford Bldg. Ran. 467. Aut. 

41-097 
*Vennema, John, 1407 Marquette Bldg. 

Ran. 1601. Aut. 61-131 
*Vent, Thomas G. 1515 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Cent. 3604 
Verburg, Jacob, 2018 N. 40th ave. Al- 

banv 9410 
Vercoe, F. H. 525 Chamber of Com- 
merce. Franklin 2498 
*Verhoeven, Tohn A. (Cooney & Ver- 

hoeven), 1202 Ashland Blk. Cent. 

925. Aut. 44-139 
Veseley, Chas. 4017 Ogden ave. Lawn- 
dale 646 
* Vette, John Lyle (Vail & Vette), 329 

Title & Trust Bldg. Cent. 6346 
Vicborn, H. P. 432-29 S. La Salle st. 

Ran. 3338 
Vilas, Chas. A. 502-226 W. Jackson blvd. 

Wabash 3408 
^Vincent, Wm. A. (Goodrich, Vincent & 

Bradley), 420 Rookery. Wabash 480. 

Aut. 51-157 
Vingo, A. 753 W. Taylor st. Monroe 

6227. Aut. 54-248 
Vingo, Aristide E. 753 W. Taylor st. 

Monroe 6227. Aut. 54-248 
Visser, Raymond, 912 N. Y. Life Bldg. 

Cent. 668 and 669. Aut. 32-001 
Viterna, Jeroslav, Asst. Corporation 

Counsel. Main 447, and 909 City Hall 

Square Bldg. Ran. 2330 
Voborsky. Toseph L. 1428 W. 18th st. 

Canal 2632 
*Vogel, Chas. F. 1515 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Cent. 3604 
*Voigt, John F. Asst. U. S. Dist. Atty, 

856 Federal Bldg. Har. 4700 
Vollentine, A. Hale, 409 Ashland Blk. 

Main 981 
*Von Ammon, Frederick E. (Lackner, 

Butz, Von Ammon & McGregor), 901 

Title & Trust Bldg. Cent. 696 and 

697. Auto. 41-532 
Von Glahn, A. 1312 Chamber of Com- 
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*Von Reinsperg, Hans (Levering & von 

Reinsperg), 1624 First Nat. Bk. Bldg. 

Ran. 990 
Vosburgh, Frank R. 147 Broadway, Mel- 
rose Park, 111. Tel. 1217-W 
*Vose. Frederic P. (Vose & Page), 

1343-8 Marquette Bldg. Ran. 2491 

and 2492 
Vose, Walter Smythe (Vose & Page), 

1347 IMarqnette Bldg. Ran. 2491. 2492 
Vose. Wm. M. R. (Vose & Page), 1347 

Marquette Bldg. Ran. 2491 and 2492 
Votaw, Eldon M. 2023 Harris Trust 

Bldg. Cent. 4407. Aut. 31-958. 
*Vroman, Charles E. (Vroman, Munro 

& Vroman), 1206 Marquette Bldg. 

Ran. 4275 
Vroman, Wm. P. (Vroman, Munro & 

Vroman), 1206 Marquette Bldg. Ran. 

4275 



W 



*Waage, Johan, 820 Unity Bldg. Ran. 
7264 

*Wade. Edward T. Judge Municipal 
Court. Frank. 2684 

*Wadewitz, Otto H. 5740 Prairie ar. 

Wagner, Albert A. 3554 Princeton ave. 

Wagner, Elmer E. 1303 Title & Trust 
Bldg. Cent. 1800 

Wagner. John 1307 Ft. Dearborn Bldg. 
Ran. 273 

Wagner, John O. (Wagner ti Beck- 
man), 1307 Ft. Dearborn Bldg. Ran. 
273 

Wagner, John F. 835 W. 63d st. Went. 
387 

Wagoner, E. O. 637 Insurance Exch. 
Bldg. Wab. 4588. Aut. 580-369 

Wagoner, James A. 1807 City Hall 
Square Bldg. Cent. 2310 

Wahl, Albert, 501-40 N. Dearborn st. 
Ran. 259 

Wahl, Edward F. 1435 N. Leavitt st. 
Humboldt 6609 

Wahl, Orlin I. 501-40 N. Dearborn st. 
Ran. 259 

Wahlgren, Oscar G. 83 W. Van Burcn 
St. Wab. 540 

*Wait, Horatio L. Master in Chancery 
Circuit Court. 1201 Chi. Stock Exch. 
Bldg. Main 133 

Wakefield, Jr. Nathan R. 2123 W. Mon- 
roe St. Seely 1672 

Wakelee. Harry W. (Furber & Wake- 
lee), 701 N. Y. Life Bldg. Cent. 6115. 
Aut. 31-570 



Waldman. Herman, 1031-36 Unity Bldg. 

Cent. 5312. Aut. 44-345 
W^aldman, Herman S. (Golden & Wald- 
man), 1506 Association Bldg. Ran. 

7406-7 
Waldo, Geo. E. 634 Monadnock Blk. 

Har. 2124 
*Waldo, Otis H. 1232 Marquette Bldg. 

Cent. 777. Ran. 3011 
Waldo, Otis H. Jr. 1232 Marquette 

Bldg. Cent. 777. Ran. 3011 
Waldron, Carl A. 913-19 Ft. Dearborn 

Bldg. Ran. 5256. Aut. 51-916 
Wales, Henry W. (Miller. Gorham & 

Wales), 1018-22 New York Life 

Bldg. Cent. 5428, 5429, 5430 
Walgren, John, 4233 S. Wabash ave. 

Oakland 4446 
*Walker, Bertrand (Glennon. Cary, 

Walker & Howe), 520, 536 La Salle 

St. Station. Wabash 4200 
*Walker, Charles M. Judge Circuit 

Court. Franklin 3015 
Walker, Earl J. 1317 City Hall Square 

Bldg. Ran. 6645 
Walker, Edgar H. (Olsen & Walker), 

1611-14 City Hall Square Bldg. Ran. 

6710 
*Walker, Edwin K. 1610 Corn Ex- 
change Bk. Bldg. Main 2491. Aut. 

51-117 
*Walker, Emery S. 1816 Commercial 

Nat. Bank Bldg. Ran. 1166 
*Walker, Francis W. 815 Marquette 

Bldg. Cent. 5763. Aut. 62.559 
Walker, Guy M. 801 City Hall Square 

Bldg. Ran. 755 
Walker, Henry M. (Walker & Van Nat- 

ta), 1205-10 Unity Bldg. Cent. 5998 
Walker, Irwin N. Asst. State's Atty., 

Criminal Court Bldg. Cent. 4870, 

1721-111 W. Monroe st. Cent. 1755 
Walker, Ransom E. 012 Ashland Blk. 

Ran. 810 
Walkowiak, Stanley S. 1317-18 City 

Hall Square Bldg. Ran. 3564 
Walkup, A. J. Lillis. 508 Chamber of 

Commerce. Franklin 480 
Wallace, Arthur E. 505-537 S. Dearborn 

St. Har. 8328 
* Wallace, Edw. D. (Moses, Rosenthal 

& Kennedy), 600-12 The Temple. 

Main 365. Aut. 51-449 
Wallace, Flenry L. (Smith & Wallace), 

1703 Majestic Bldg. 22 W. Monroe 

St. Cent. 6533 
Wallace. James D. 2-187 N. Clark st. 

Ran. 1383 



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Wallace, Richard T. 3012 Vernon ave. 

Douglas 76S9 
Wallem, Goodman, 420 Ashland Blk. 

Cent. 5210. Aut. 41-609 
Walling, W. G. with Central Trust Co. 

125 W. Monroe st. Ran. 2976. Aut. 

51-141 
Wallis, J. A. 1000-205 W. Monroe st. 

Franklin 874 
*Walrath, William B. 301 Title & Trust 

Annex. Ran. 2707 
Walsh, Arthur E. 1208 Title & Trust 

Bldg. Ran. 1148. Aut. 41-796 
Walsh, James I. 1103 S. Marshfield ave. 
Walsh, James J. 405 Com'l Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Ran. 4997 
Walsh. John W. 600 Washington blvd. 

Haymarket 4126 
Walsh, Martin. 614-118 N. La Salle st. 

Main 2214. 3077. Aut. 32-352 
Walsh. Vincent J. 1522 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Cent. 2150. Aut. 43-629 
Walter. Luther M. (Borders, Walter & 

Burchmore), 555-61 The Rookery. 

Wabash 2416 
Walther, S. Arthur (Walther & Lana- 

ghen), 410-16 Teutonic Bldg., 179 W. 

Washington st. Main 88 
*Waltz, Merle B. (De Lang & Waltz), 

303 Reaper Blk. Cent. 3619 
*Wamsley, D. H. (Burres & Wamsley), 

1214 Ashland Blk. Cent. 776. Aul. 

48-696 
Ward, Charles A. 508-184 W. Washing- 
ton St. Franklin 2717. Aut. 34-169 
Ward, Daniel J. 808 ]\Iarquette Bldg. 

Cent. 4384. Aut. 67-468 
Ward, Francis M. 211 S. Troy st. 
Ward. James R. 828 Reaper Blk. Ran. 

3250 
Ward, John L. 1127 Ainslie st. Ravens- 
wood 6711. 
*Ward, Spencer, 902 Rector Bldg. Cent. 

4531 
Ward, Wm. B. 1429 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Ran. 2567 
Warden. F. M. 715 Monadnock Blk. 

Har. 4621 
*Ware, Sidney N. 1206 ^Marquette Bldg. 

Ran. 4275 
Waring, C. J. 145 N. Clark st. Cent. 

6624 
Waring, Frank B. 4529 Vincennes ave. 

Drexel 3667 
Warne, Frederick K. 631 Lisurance 

Exchange. Wabash 4588 
Warner, Jay, 605 City Hall Square 

Bldg. Ran. 1105 
Warnholtz, P. A. F. 1307 N. Dearborn 
ave. North 1868 



Warren, Chas. A. 501 Union Bank Bldg. 

Cent. 2124 
Warren, Harry A. 401 E. Ohio st. 
Warvelle, Geo. W. 1901 Masonic Tem- 
ple. Ran. 661 
*Washburn, William D. 1601 Title & 
Trust Bldg. Ran. 4193. Aut. 41-327 
Washburne, Hempstead, 710 Rector 

Bldg. Ran. 2410 
Washington, Louis, 4636 Armour ave. 
♦Waterman, Arba N. 734 First Nat. Bk. 

Ran. 3081 
♦Waterman, George W. 41-106 N. La 

Salle St. Main 5389 
♦Waters, John Edward, 1009 Cham. 

Commerce Bldg. ^lain 3989 
Waters, John F. 601-5 City Hall Square 

Bldg. Ran. 1105 
Watkins, S. A. T. Asst. Corporation 
Counsel, 511 City Hall. Main 447, 
and 708-36 W. Randolph st. Cent. 
3142 
Watson, Charles H. 711 Merchants L. 

& T. Bldg. Cent. 2446 
♦Watson, Geo. B. 916 Title & Trust 

Bldg. Cent. 1567. Aut. 42-595 
Watson, John A. 1131 Unity Bldg. 

Cent. 2628. Aut. 42-391 
Watson, Lewis M. 306-133 W. Wash- 
ington St. Main 696 
Watt, H. L. 1540 Otis Bldg. Main 

4365-6 
Watts, Walter J. Pontiac, 111. 
♦Waugh, Edwin L. 1420 Ashland Blk. 

Cent. 6748. Aut. 48-896 
Wavman, John E. W. (Died April 18, 

1913.) 
♦Wean, Frank L. Referee in Bank- 
ruptcy, 434 Monadnock Blk. Har. 
1926 
Weart. Garret V. 805 Union Bank Bldg. 

Cent. 2785 
Weart. James G. Chi. Title & Trust Co. 

Cent. 4880 
Weaver, John V. A. 1618 Ashland Blk. 

Cent. 966 
Webber, Bernard P. (Steen & Webber), 
1452-6 McCormick Bldg. Har. 5514, 
5515. 
Weber, Abraham L. 1410-111 W. Mon- 
roe St. Cent. 4834. Aut. 57-332 
♦Weber, Harry P. (Busby. Weber, Mil- 
ler & Robinson), 1639 First Nat. Bk. 
Bldg. Ran. 2160 
♦Weber, Joseph A. 1214 Ashland Blk. 

Ran. 1971. Aut. 48-696 
♦Webster. Charles R. (Bayley & Web- 
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Webster, Daniel, 670 W. Randolph st. 
Haymarket 400, and 621 Ashland Blk. 
Ran. 2676 
Webster, M. W. 37 Metropolitan Blk. 

Main 2662 

♦Webster, Parker S. (P. S. & W. G. 

Webster), 702 Rector Bldg. Ran. 

6169 

Webster, Richard B. 900-226 S. La 

Salle St. Wabash 2826. Aut. 53-289 

Webster, Weldon, 1411-12 Ashland Blk. 

Cent. 45. Aut. 41-607 
Webster, Wm. G. (P. S. & W. G. Web- 
ster), 702 Rector Bldg. Ran. 6169 
Wedemeyer, Henry, 1501 ISl. Clark st. 

North 3883 
Weede, Chas. F. 6102 Ingleside ave. 
Weeks, Jr. H. T. 535 Stock Exchange. 

Main 1647. Aut. 30-366 
Weems, John M. 1051 E. 47th st. Drexel 

7133 
Weese, Harry E. Harris Trust & Sav- 
ings Bank. Ran. 94 
*Wegg, David S. (Wegg & Wegg), 
329-31 Railway Exchange Bldg. Har. 
5801 
Wegg. Donald R. (Wegg & Wegg), 
329-31 Railway Exchange Bldg. Har. 
5801 
*Wegg. Fred J. 1610 Corn Exchange 

Bk. Bldg. Main 2491. Aut. 51-117 
Weichbrodt, R. C. 1303-19 S. La Salle 

St. Cent. 1616 
Weichelt, George M. 948 National Life 

Bldg. Ran. 5048. Aut. 31-769 
Weidner, O. O. H. 816 Ashland Blk. 

Cent. 390. Aut. 44-421 
Weigle, Maurice, 1200-76 W. Monroe 

St. Cent. 6002 
Weigley, Fillmore, 47-106 N. La Salle 

St. Main 3109 
Weil, W. G. (Weil & Cochran), 20th 

floor Majestic Bldg. Ran. 6984 
Weinberg, Morris A. (Weinberg & 
Grollman), 1410-11 Harris Trust 
Bldg. Ran. 5129 and 5130. Aut. 57- 
332 
Weiner, Adolph D. 1341 Unity Bldg. 

Cent. 951 
Weiner, I. H. 1520 Ft. Dearborn Bldg. 

Cent. 1042. Aut. 53-458 
*Weinfeld, Charles (Schuyler, Ettelson 
& Weinfeld), 1218-20 N. Y. Life Bldg. 
Cent. 1407. Aut. 32-184 
Weinman, Fred F. 312-19 Hartford 
Bldg. Cent. 6300 and 2176. Aut. 
48-493 
Weisberg, Henry, 3921 Langley ave. 
Douglas 5828 



♦Weissenbach, Joseph, Master in Chan- 
cery Superior Court (McEwen. Weis- 
senbach, Shrimski & Meloan), 1630 
Tribune Bldg. Ran. 1806 
Weisskopf, Leo A. 1217 N. Y. Life 

Bldg. Cent. 1407. Aut. 32-184 
*Welch, Albert G. Asst. U. S. District 
Atty. 826 Federal Bldg. Har. 4700, 
and (Sims, Welch & Godman), 808 
Marquette Bldg. Cent. 4384. Aut. 
67-468 
*Welch, Arthur S. 713 Ft. Dearborn 

Bldg. Cent. 1259 
Welch, John T. 209 Masonic; Temple. 

Ran. 4244 
*Welch, Ninian H. (Welch. Moody & 
Welch), 407 Association Bldg. Cent. 
6564. Aut. 33-069 
*Welch, William S. (Welch, Moody & 
Welch), 407 Association Bldg. Cent. 
6564. Aut. 33-069 
Weld, Harold A. (Benner & Weld), 
504 Chamber of Commerce. Main 
3793 
Welk, Herman, 37-45 Metropolitan Blk. 

Main 2662. Aut. 33-635 
♦Wellington, George D. 513 Roanoke 

Bldg. Cent. 3684 
Wellman, B. J. 617 Ashland Blk. Ran. 

5160. Aut. 44-123 
Wellman, John Henry, 5300 N. Central 

Park ave. Edgewater 384 
Wellner, Effie Seeds, 609 City Hall 

Square Bldg. Cent. 607 
*Wells, Arthur B. (Wells, Blakeley & 
Talcott), 914-19 S. La Salle st. Cent. 
1873 
*Wells, Charles H. 1511 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Cent. 5446. Aut. 47-107 
Wells, Harry L. 914 Monadnock Blk. 

Har. 4841 
*Wells, Hosea W. Judge Municipal 

Court. Franklin 2684 
Welzant, Roman Felix, 1400 Title & 

Trust Bldg. Ran. 609. Cent. 5076 
*Wemple, Paul W. Waverly, 111. 
*Wenban, Albert C 410 Portland Blk. 

Ran. 1370 
Wendell, Homer J. 7542 Washington 

ave. Hyde Park 5973 
Wendland, Charles J. 905 First Nat. 

Bank Bldg. Cent. 732. Aut. 41-115 
Wenger, W. L. 61-106 N. La Salle st. 

Main 3004 
*Wentworth, Daniel S. 1600 Westmin- 
ster Bldg. Ran. 1771 and 5653. Aut. 
63-073 
*Wermuth, Jr. W. C. 1602 Ft. Dearborn 
Bldg. Cent. 2058. Aut. 52-878 



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Werner, Alexandre, 1717 Harris Trust 

BIdg. Ran. 3711. Res., Ravenswood 

5178 
Werner, Chas. A. 511 E. 39th st. Doug- 
las 1448 
*Werno, Charles, 1617 City Hall Square 

Bldg. Ran. 6646 
Wertheimer, B. J. 3805 Grand blvd. 

Douglas 3207 
Wescott, James B. (Adams, Crews, 

Bobb & Wescott), 1100 American 

Trust Bldg. Cent. 618. 
Westberg. Frank G. 301 W. 67th st. 
Westbrook, Ira, 711 Merchants Loan & 

T. Bldg. Cent. 2446 
Westbrooks. Richard E. 3000 S. State 

St. Douglas 8058. A+it. 75-223 
Wesemann, Adolph H. (Rathje & 

Wesemann, 411 Roanoke Bldg. Ran. 

3788 
Wesner, Otis, 1314 Hartford Bldg. Ran. 

467. Aut. 41-097 
*West. Roy O. (West & Eckhart), 1340 

First Nat. Bk. Bldg. Cent. 646. Aut. 

41-174 
Westall, Joseph F. Alhambra, Cal. 
Westberg, Frank G. 904-112 W. Wash- 
ington St. Franklin 741 
Westphal, Harry E. 426 Lincoln Bldg. 

Wellington 9550 
Weston, H. M. 832 E. 57th st. 
Weston. W. H. P. 1117 Monadnock Blk. 

Har. 3440 
Westover, T- H. 1009 Chamber of Com- 
merce. Main 3989 
*Westwood, Ephraim C 502 Reaper 

Blk. Cent. 4298. Aut. 7593 
*Wetten, Emil C. (Eddy, Wetten & 

Pegler), 800 The Temple. Main 4466. 

Aut. 51-959 
Wexler. Harry G. 513 Ashland Blk. 

Ran. 5049. Aut. 44-094 
Whalen, Christopher (Whalen & Lun- 

ney), 1505 Old Colony Bldg. Har. 

4290 
Wharton, Chas. S. 1322 Tribune Bldg. 

Cent. 2356 
Wheeler. Arthur Dana. (Died August 

29, 1912.) 
Wheeler, Frank A. 7506 Parnell ave. 
Wheeler, John B. 738 W. 43d st. Yards 

918 
Wheeler, Leo. W. 537 Unity Bldg. 

Cent. 3273 
Wheeler, Lynne M. Western Elec. Co. 

Hawthorne Station. Lawndale 5005 
Wheeler, Newton C. 501 Union Bank 

Bldg. Cent. 2124 
*Wheeler, Robert C. 1522 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Cent. 2150. Aut. 43-629 



Wheeler, Wm. G. 502-226 W. Jackson 

blvd. Wabash 3408 
*Wheelock, Wm. W. (Wheelock, Shat- 

tuck & Newey), 1307 Marquette Bldg. 

Cent. 1053 
Whip, Virgil O. 607 Ashland Blk. Ran. 

3430 
Whipp, Ellis D. 605 Ashland Blk. Ran. 

3430. Aut. 42-247 
Whipp, Leslie H. 1311 Ashland Blk. 

Cent. 7172 
Whipple, John H. 1102 Monadnock Blk. 

Har. 5656 
Whipple, Merrick A. 434-29 S. La Salle 

St. Ran. 216 
Whitcomb, Charles H. 1101-4 Otis Bldg. 

Franklin 3572 
White, Charlotte, 724 Am. Trust Bldg. 

Ran. 6543 
White, Chas. F. 42 Borden Blk. Ran. 

5108 
White, Clifford N. Chi. Title & Trust 

Co. Cent. 4880 
*White, Edward H. 1121 Ft. Dearborn 

Bldg. Cent. 400 
White, Francis L. 121 E. Oak st. 
White, Fred G. Pontiac, 111. 
*White, George H. 516 Ashland Blk. 

Cent. 6254. Aut. 48-160 
White, H. A. 1500 First Nat. Bk. Bldg. 

Cent. 3176, 3177. Aut. 41-113 
*White, Harold F. (Eastman & White), 

900 The Temple. Main 3815. Aut. 

51-107 
*White, Harry L. 927-19 S. La Salle st. 

Ran. 1136 
White, James E. 708-36 W. Randolph 

St. Cent. 3142 
White, J. Thompson, 713 W. 63d st. 

Stewart 3670 
White, Willard A. 9th floor Calumet 

Bldg. Cent. 5918 
White, William J. with Continental & 

Com'l Nat. Bk. Ran. 4606 
Whitehall, Alex. L. 527 W. 61st st. 

Wentworth 9462 
Whitehead, E. J. 610-167 W. Washing- 
ton St. Franklin 353 and 354. Aut. 

31-430 
Whitehead, John T. 1151 Otis Bldg. 

Franklin 3645 
*Whitely, Arthur L. 1119 Chamber of 

Commerce. Main 180 
Whiteside, John J. (Whiteside & Katz), 

1514 Association Bldg. Ran. 3509 
Whitfield, Fred. (Died Aug. 3, 1912.) 
Whitfield, Joseph H. 901 Teutonic Bldg. 

179 W. Washington st. Main 4793. 

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Whitlock, Royal J. 2115 Insurance Ex- 
change Bldg. Wabash 2096. Aut. 
58n-477 

♦Whitman, Charles R. 1445 First Nat. 
Bk. Bldg. Cent. 2231 

♦Whitman. Lloyd C. (Helmer. Moul- 
ton, Whitman & Whitman), 1217-23 
Westminster Bldg. Ran. 7320 

♦Whitman, Roland D. (Helmer, Moul- 
ton. Whitman & Whitman), 1217-23 
Westminster Bldg. Ran. 7320 

♦Whitman, Russell (Whitman & Mil- 
ler), 306 Portland Blk. Ran. 40, 41. 
Aut. 44-014 

Whitney, A. G. 803 Chicago Opera 
House. Main 3232 

♦Whitney, Edward S. (Sears, Meagher 
& Whitney), 1500 First Nat. Bk. Bldg. 
Cent. 3176 and 3177. Aut. 41-113 

♦Whitney, Max H. (Winston, Payne, 
Strawn & Shaw), 1400 First Nat. Bk. 
Bldg. Cent. 828 

Whitson, Thomas M. 1607 Ft. Dearborn 
Bldg. Ran. 1596 and 1597 

Whittemore, Myron W. 606 Otis Bldg. 
Franklin 2803 

♦Wickett, Frederick H. 1610 Corn Ex- 
change Bk. Bldg. Main 2491. Aut. 
51-117 

Wickert. Rudolph, 703 Ashland Blk. 
Ran. 1733 

♦Wicklund, August, 527 Reaper Blk. 
Cent. 2578. Aut. 48-364 

Widdecombe, Robert H. 502-226 W. 
Jackson blvd. Wabash 3408 

Widdowson, R. A. 3716 Lake ave. Doug- 
las 360 

Wieboldt, Werner A. 1285 Milwaukee 
ave. Monroe 6543 

Wiedinger, Geo. T, 1926 Newport ave. 

♦Wight, Byron W. 1140 First Nat. Bk. 
Bldg. Cent. 360 

♦Wight, James S. 1609 Ashland Blk. 
Cent. 425 

♦Wigmore. John H. Northwestern Uni- 
versity Law School, 3d floor 31 W. 
Lake st. Ran. 4377 

Wikofif, Howard H. 1602 Corn Ex- 
change Bldg. Franklin 2208-9 

Wilber, Charles H. (Bryan, McCormick 
& Wilber), 1512 Ashland Blk. Cent. 
4060 and 4061 

Wilber, Fred G. 1402 Hartford Bldg. 
Ran. 476 

Wilborn, Martin L. 48-106 N. La Salle 
St. Main 1828. Aut. 32-383 

♦Wilbur. Geo. W. 46-47 Borden Blk. 
Cent. 3307. Aut. 44-545 

Wilcox, Henry S. 37 Metropolitan Blk. 
Main 2662. Aut. 33-635 



♦Wilcox, Jesse, 37 Metropolitan Blk. 
:\Iain 2662. Aut. 33-635 

♦Wilcoxson, H. T. 400 Pullman Bldg. 
Har. 1523 

Wild, A. C. 1623 First Nat. Bk. Bldg. 
Ran. 581. Aut. 41-982 

♦Wild, John Daniel, 3d floor 56 W. 
Washington st. Cent. 5151. Aut. 
44-886 

Wilder, Henrv A. 210-118 N. La Salle 
St. Main 4150 

Wiles, Russell (Dvrenforth, Lee, Chrit- 
ton & Wiles), 1508 Marquette Bldg. 
Cent. 6585 

Wilev, Silas M. 1500 First Nat. Bk. 
Bldg. Cent. 3176 and 3177. Aut. 
41-113 

Wiley, Wm. R. (Wiley & Mack), 1408 
Otis Bldg. Franklin 1448 and 1988 

♦Wilkerson, James H. U. S. District 
Atty. 826 Federal Bldg. Har. 4700 

♦Wilhartz, Wm. (Ringer, Wilhartz & 
Louer), 724 x^merican Trust Bldg. 
Ran. 6543 

Wilkinson, Earl B. 1406 Tribune Bldg. 
Cent. 5844 

*Wilkinson, Geo. L. (Sheridan, Wilkin- 
son, Scott & Richmond), 1529-35 Mar- 
quette Bldg. Cent. 1137 

Willard, Garner G. (Willard & Evans), 
405-58 W. Washington st. Cent. 2591 

♦Willard, Monroe L. (Judah. Willard, 
Wolf & Reichmann), 1,501 Corn Ex- 
change Bk. Bldg. Franklin 205. Aut. 
54-656 

Willard, Norman P. La Grange, III. 

Willett, Consider H. (Died October 11, 
1912.) 

♦Williams, Arista B. (Castle, Williams, 
Long & Castle), 816 National Life 
Bldg. Ran. 6144, 6145. Aut. 30-285 

Williams, A. L. 706-184 W. Washington 
St. Main 2017. Aut. 32-395 

♦Williams, C. Arch. Master in Chancery 
Superior Court, 1012 Rector Bldg. 
Ran. 6166 

♦Williams, Charles A. Judge Municipal 
Court. Franklin 2684 

♦Williams, Chas. A. 839 Peoples Gas 
Bldg. Ran. 5123 

Williams, Chas. C. 316 Reaper Blk. 
Ran. 646 

Williams, Ednyfed h. 1406 Tribune 
Bldg. Cent. 5844 

Williams, Geo. H. 802-167 W. Washing- 
ton St. Franklin 2785. Aut. 32-382 

♦Williams, Gurdnn (Ringquist & Wil- 
liams), 1301 Chamber of Commerce 
Bldg. Main 3077 

♦Williams, Harris F. 2023 Harris Trust 
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* Williams John C. (Buell Abbey & Wil- 
liams), 1612 Tribime Bldg. Cent. 

5758 and 5759. Aut. 41-103 
Williams, John R. 2406 Lawrence av. 

Ravenswood 6581 
Williams. Lynn A. (Brown, Williams. 

Bell, Hanson & Boettcher), 1550 

Monadnock Blk. Har. 3634 and 759. 
*Williams, S. Laing, 307 Adams Express 

Bldg. Cent. 6987 
Williams, W. N. 710 Corn Exch. Bk. 

Bldg. Main 5100 
Williams, Winfield S. 1316 Corn Exc. 

Bk. Bldg. Franklin 864 
Williamson. Jesse H. 709-111 W. Mon- 
roe St. Cent. 805 
Williford, Jr. Henry L. with Morris & 

Co. Yards 380 
*Willis, Thos. H. 201 Tacoma Bldg. 

Main 286. Aut. 31-911 
*Williston, C. S. 400 Pullman Bldg. 

Har. 1523 
Willson, Charles C. Cashier Con't. & 

Com'l Trust & Sav. Bk. Ran. 4606 
Willson. R. A. with Cont'l. and Com'l. 

Trust & Sav Bk. Ran. 4606 
Wilson, Albert E. with Automatic Elev. 

Co., Morgan and Van Buren. Mon- 
roe 3200 
Wilson, Arthur B. 85 Metropolitan Blk. 

Main 2716 
*Wilson, Chilton P. 1232 Marquette 

Bldg. Cent. 777. Ran. 3011 
Wilson, Edward E. Asst. State's Atty. 

Cent. 4870 and 307-115 S. Dearborn 

St. Cent. 6987 
Wilson, Edward L. 813 Ashland Blk. 

Cent. 3675 
*Wilson, Francis S. 810 Title & Trust 

Bldg. Cent. 711. Aut. 41-141 
Wilson, Henry L. 1440 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Cent. 2374 
Wilson, Ira J. 715 Monadnock Blk. 

Har. 4621 
Wilson. John C. 425-312 S. Clark st. 

Wabash 1531. Aut. 54-429 
*Wilson. John P. (Wilson. Moore & 

Mcllvaine), 1605 Marquette Bldg. 

Cent. 406 
*Wilson, Jr. John P. (Wilson, Moore & 

Mcllvaine), 1605 Marquette Bldg. 

Cent. 406 
Wilson, John T. 1108 Fisher Bldg. Har. 

7748. Aut. 61-402 
Wilson, Leon T. 1511 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Cent. 5446. Aut. 47-107 
Wilson, Russell H. 6859 Madison ave. 
Wilson, S. D. 506-226 W. Jackson blvd. 

Wabash 3408 
Wilson, Warren B. (Wilson & May), 

1912 Harris Trust Bldg. Ran. 3518 
*Wilson, Wm. Pontiac, 111. 



Wilson, Wm. T. 24 Metropolitan Blk. 

Main 4446 
Wilson. Wm. W. 1214-30 N. Dearborn 

St. Ran. 7338 
*Windes, Thomas G. Judge Circuit Ct. 

Franklin .3015 
Windes, Zel. F. 45-112 N. La Salle st. 

Main 2079. Aut. 32-511 
Windett. A. W. 1450 E. 66th pi. Hyde 

Park 4211 
Wing, Bert D. 304 National Life Bldg. 

Ran. .3662 
Wing, Fred M. Hartford, Mich. 
Wing. J. Edwin, 1700-72 W. Adams st. 

Ran. 425 
Wing, Robert J. (Hopkins, Peffers & 

Hopkins), 616 Corn Exchange Bk. 

Bldg. Main 3146 and 2949. 
Wing, Russell M. 304 National Life 

Bldg. Ran. 3662 
*Winkler, Frederick W. 1812 Com'l 

Nat. Bk. Bldg. Cent. 4722 
Winnen, Victor C. 715 Tacoma Bldg. 

Main 5043. Aut. 31-910 
*Winslow, Frank T. 1831 Com'l Nat 

Bk. Bldg. Ran. 400 
*Winston, Chas. A. (Winston & Lowv), 

437-44 Stock Exch. Bldg. Main 3618 

and 3619. Aut. 31-739 
Winston, Edward M. 5630 Monroe ave. 

Hyde Park 5064 
*Winston, Garrard B. (Winston. Payne, 

Strawn & Shaw), 1400 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Cent. 828 
*Winston, James H. 1400 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Cent. 828 
Winterbotham, J. E. 1600 Westminster 

Bldg. Ran. 1771 and 2124. Aut. 

63-073 
*Winters, Andrew L. (Winters, Price 

& Stevens). 605-607 Ashland Blk. 

Ran. 3431. Aut. 42-247 
*Winters, Eric. 1009 Cham. Commerce 

Bldg. Main 3989 
*Wire, George Lacy, 105 S. Dearborn 

St. Ran. 4474 
iWischman, Gustave H. 129 W. Lake st. 

Main 2770 
Wise, Alvin W. 840 Marquette Bldg. 

Ran. 3008 
Wise, Everett S. 841 Marquette Bldg. 

Ran. 3008 
*Wise. William G. (Schmitt & Wise), 

501 Title & Trust Bldg. Cent. 6623. 

Aut. 42-980 
*Wisner, Carl V. 901 Monadnock Blk. 

Har. 626. Aut. 64-346 
Wissing, Walter G. 943-50 Marquette 

Bldg. Ran. 2996. Aut. 61-837 
Wissler, George E. 1622-24 Unity Bldg. 

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Witmer, S. C. 1407-5 N. Wabash ave. 

Ran. 46C1 
Wittmcver, Jr. Gustave, 1315 First Nat. 

Rk. Bldg. Cent. 1548 
Wittke, Otto H. 2701 W. 22nd place. 

Lawndale 8076 
*Witty, William Walter, Asst. State's 

Atty. Cent. 4870. and 22-106 N. La 

Salle St. ]\Iain 3860 
Witwer, Edward B. 1014 Association 

Bldg. Ran. 5246 
Wodika, Samuel, 630 Marquette Bid?. 

Ran. 1764 
nVoley, James D. (Silber, Isaacs, Sil- 

ber & Woley), 1023 Home Ins. Bldg. 

Cent. 6144 
Wolf, Albert E. with Chicago Title & 

Trust Co. Cent. 4880 
Wolf, Alexander, 1018 Ashland Blk. 

Cent. 3053 
♦Wolf, Benj. 1509 City Hall Square 

Bldg. Ran. 5974 and 5975 
*WoIf, Henry M. (Judah, Willard, Wolf 

& Reichmann"), 1501 Corn Exch. Bk. 

Bldg. Franklin 205. Aut. 54-656 
Wolf, Walter B. 1501 Corn Exch. Bk. 

Bldg. Franklin 205. Aut. 54-656 
Wnlfe, Arthur R. 602 N. Y. Life Bldg. 

Cent. 5003 

Wolfe. Gilbert G. 844 Stock Exch. Bldg. 

Main 3757 
Wolff, Charles, 408 Roanoke Bldg. 

Cent. 4525 
*Wo]ff, Oscar M. 1212 Fort Dearborn 

Bldg. Cent. 5165 
*Wolfner, Rudolph fPopham & Wolf- 

ner), 901-5 Rector' Bldg. Ran. 3968 

and 3969 
Wolfram, Clarence A. with C. Title & 

Trust Co. Cent. 4880 
Wolfram, Louis. Des Plaines, 111. Tel 

624 
Wolfsohn, Isadore (Blum, Wolfsohn 

& Blum), 1502 Ft. Dearborn Bldg. 

Ran. 2028, 4123. Aut. 51-932 
Woll. Ernest M. 304 The Temple. Main 

935 
Wollner, Rudolph H. 3362 S. Halsted 

St. Yds. 5293 
*Wolseley. Henry W. (Wolseley & 

Ball), 808-9 Title & Trust Bldg. Cent. 

1406 
Wonnell, Kent. W. 1124 Monadnock 

Bldg. Har. 292 
♦Wood, Chas. B. CWood & Oakley), 

1124 The Rookery. Wabash 4257 
Wood. Charles H. 410-35 N. Dearborn 

St. Ran. 1370 
Wood. Charles L. 948 National Life 

Bldg. Ran. 5048. Aut. 31-769 
♦Wood. Cyrus J. ("Wood & Wood), .307 

Ashland Blk. Cent. 608. Aut. 47-406 



Wood, Edwin M. (Wood & Brouillet), 
509-11-117 N. Dearborn st. Ran. 620 

♦Wood, Elijah C. 424 National Life 
Bldg. Ran. 6625. Aut. 30-385 

Wood, Frank L. 3rd floor, 172 W. Wash- 
ington St. Main 4017. Aut. 32-290 

♦Wood, Franklin N. 609, 610 Columbus 
Memorial Bldg. Cent. 4249. Aut. 
41-549 

♦Wood, Henrv C. 738 The Rookery. 
Wabash 3174 

Wood, Ira C. (Wood & Chase), 1122 
Merchants Loan & Trust Bldg. Ran. 
1157. Aut. 54-334 

Wood, William G. (Wood & Wood), 
307 Ashland Blk. Cent. 608. Aut. 
47-406 

Woodbury, Geo. W. (G. W., H. W. & 
R. W. Woodbury), 83 Metropolitan 
Blk. Main 2593 

Woodbury. Homer W. (G. W., H. W. & 
R. W. Woodbury), 83 Metropolitan 
Blk. Main 2593 

Woodbury. Ralph W. (G. W., H. W. & 
R. W. Woodbury), 83 Metropolitan 
Blk. Main 2593 

Woodle. Edward Ryan, 1201 Association 
Bldg. Cent. 5120 

Woodrich, Anthony, 1018 E. 75th st. 
Hyde Park 3938 

♦Woods. Edward G. 1151 Otis Bldg. 
Franklin 85 

Woods. Geo. H. Chief Deputy Bailiff 
Municipal Court, 804 City Hall 
Franklin 2684. and 500-166 W. Wash- 
ington St. Franklin 1457 

Woods, Weightstill. 1107-14 Stock Ex- 
change. Main 692 

♦Woodward, Charles. _ 604 Chamber of 
Commerce. Franklin 1371 

Woodworth, David B. 512 Ashland Blk. 
Ran. 1450 

Woolfolk, Clinton S. (Died March 26, 
1913) 

♦WoolJey. Francis J. 815-118 N. La Salle 
St. Main 4020. Aut. 33-824 

♦Wormser. Leo F. (Rosenthal & Ha- 
mill), 1400 Ft. Dearborn Bldg. Cent. 
4282 

Worslev, A. A. 1010-179 W. Washing- 
ton St. Main 3720. Aut. 31-502 

♦Worthy, Sidney W. 914 Marquette 
Bldg. Cent. 819. Aut. 61-784 

Wrase. Wm. A. 511 Rookery Bldg. Wa- 
bash 920 

Wrav, Don C. 1522 First Nat. Bk. Bldg. 
Cent. 2150. Aut. 43-629 

Wrav. O. J. C. 1231 Unity Bldg. Cent. 
1799. Aut. 42-843 

Wright. Arthur B. 414 Merchants L. & 
T. Bldg. Ran. 5463 



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Wright, Carl C. 502-226 W. Jackson 

blvd. Wabash 3408 
Wright, Charles A. 175 W. Jackson blvd. 

Wabash 2037 
Wright, Chas. Wm. 1213 First Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Ran. 2550. Aut. 42-638 
Wright, Edward H. 419-312 S. Clark 

St. Wabash 1566. Aut. 51-685 
Wright, James H. 4226 Oakenwald ave. 
Wright, Joseph (Died Jan. 6th, 1913) 
Wright, Verne A. 357 National Life 

Bldg. Cent 3582 
Wringer, Samuel B. 508-230 S. La Salle 

St. Wabash 1424 
Wunderlich, Theo. H. 801 Unity Bldg. 

Cent. 5354. Aut. 42-973 
Wyeth, Newton (Wyeth & Smith), 920 

N. Y. Life Bldg. Ran. 4332 
Wvlie, A. C. 710 Corn Exchange Bldg. 

Main 5100 
Wyman. Chas. E. 423 The Temple. Main 

3910 ' 
Wvman, Ralph L. 2438 S. Paulina st. 

Canal 296 
*Wyman, Vincent D. (Wyman, Jurgens 

& Carpenter), 1410 City Hall Square 

Bldg. Ran. 7400 
Wynekoop, Harvey E. 1317 Ashland 

Blk. Ran. 3140. Aut. 41-985 



Yeatman, Walker M. 1131 S. 7th ave. 

Mayweed, 111. Mayweed 1014-R 
Yerkes, Hiram N. with First Nat. Bk. 

Ran. 5363 
*Young, Chas. R. 1007 Marquette Bldg. 

Cent. 1349. Aut. 61-368 
Young, F. Philip, 420 Reaper Blk. Cent. 

858. Aut 42-680 
*Yeung, Hobart P. (Alden, Latham & 

Young) 1104-11 Corn Exch. Bk. 

Bldg. Main 3129 
Young. Tames, 83 Metropolitan Blk. 

Main 2593 
Young, John G. R. 1915 City Hall 

Square Bldg. Cent. 4128 
Young, Kimball, Long Beach, Cal. 
*Young, Lawrence A. 3 The Rookery 

Bldg. Wabash 2616 
Young, Lin H. 4529 Calumet ave. 

Drexel 5341 
Young, Robert, 707 Com'l Nat. Bk. 

Bldg. Ran. 400 
*Young, Thomas J. Inheritance Tax At- 
torney. 734 Otis Bldg. Franklin 3500 
Young, Walter G. (Young & Johnson), 

4606 Evanston ave. Edgewater 2514 
Young, Wm. S. 1056 Lawrence ave. 

Tel. Edgewater 5360 



Zabel, Max W. 1362 Monadnock Blk. 

Har. 4097. Aut. 67-705 
^Zacharias, Michael C. Asst. City Attv. 

Main 447 
Zaffina, Giuseppe, 1231-8 Unity Bldg. 

Cent. 1799. Aut. 42-843 
*Zahn, Edward B. (Octigan. Zahn & 

Anderson), 416 Roanoke Bldg. Cent 

956. Aut. 36-424 
Zaleski, Robert, 1714-17 City Hall 

Square Bldg. Ran, 4795 
Zamentewsky, Joseph, 427 E. 46th place 

Har. 2051. Kenwood 2173 
*Zane, John M. (Zane, Morse, McKin- 

ney & Mcllvaine), 709 Harris Trust 

Bldg. Cent. 805 
Zeisler, Leonard B. (Zeisler & Fried- 
man), 906 Straus Bldg. Franklin 

3230. Aut. 31-670 
*Zeisler, Sigmund, Master in Chancery 

Circuit Court, (Zeisler & Friedman), 

906 Straus Bldg. Franklin 3230. Aut. 

31-670 
Zeiss, Carl, Luther, Michigan 
Zelensky, M. A. 1011 Ashland Blk. Ran. 

1797. Aut. 41-427 
Zelenzy, Anna M. 3856 W. 26th st. 

Lawndale 760 
Zeman, Anton, 1611 City Hall Square 

Bldg. Ran. 6710 
*Zeman, Anton T. (Zeman & Hruby), 

810-25 N. Dearborn st. Ran. 3742. 

Aut. 44-026. 
*Zeitlein, Abraham Z. 1105 Ashland Blk. 

Ran. 4962. Aut. 43-366 
*Zillman, Christian C. H. (David & 

Zillman), 16 Metropolitan Blk. Main 

3225 
♦Zimmerman, K A. (Zimmerman & 

Myers), 1013 Ashland Blk. Cent. 

1192 
Zimmerman, Irving, 1001 Ashland Blk. 

Ran. 4972 
Zimmerman, Louis, 1501 Ashland Blk. 

Ran. 1005. Aut. 42-135 
Zink, Frank, C. 615 Ashland Blk. Ran. 

3417 
*Ziv. Louis. 411 Reaper Blk. Cent '''•592 

Aut. 42-678 
*Zoline, Elijah N. 1218 Ashland Blk. 

Ran. 3474, 3475. Aut. 41-435 
Zolla, Emil N. 815 City Hall Square 

Bldg. Ran. 6565 
*Zollars, Charles E. 1320 Ft. Dearborn 

Eldg. Cent. 5774 
*Zook, David L. 1040 Otis Bldg. Frank- 
lin 3468 
Zurhorst, Charles D. 510 Corn Exch 

Bldg. Franklin 230 



PATENT AnORNEYS 



ADAMS & JACIvSOX (Albert H. Ad- 
ams and John L. Jackson), 1147 Mo- 
nadnock Blk. Tel. Har. 146. Aut. 64-759 

BAIX, FOBEE & MAY (Eoiee Bain and 
Geo. T. Mav, Jr.), 1648 Mouadnock 
Blk. Tel. Har. 792. Aut. 64-508. 

BANNING & BANNING (Thomas A. 
Banning-, Samuel W. Banning, Thomas 
A. Banning, Jr., and Ephraim Ban- 
ning), 16.'2&-32 Marquette Bldg. Cent. 
1001. 

BAENETT & TRUMAN (Otto Ray- 
mond Barnett and Percival H. Tru- 
man), 1518-22 Monadnock Blk. Tel. 
Har. 282. Aut. 61-066. 

BARNETT, OTTO RAYMOND (Bar- 
nett & Truman), 1518-22 Monadnock 
Blk. Tel. Har. 282; Aut. 61-066. 

BARNHILL CO., INC., J. F., 1102-3 
Karper Bldg. Tel. Har. 4117, 4118. 

BARTON & FOLK (Geo. P. Barton 
and George E. Folk), 1445 Monad 
noek Blk. Har. 283. Aut. 64-553. 

BECKSTROM, J. WARNER, 737 Mo 
nadnock Blk. Har. 3551. 

BELFIELD, A. MILLER, 1362 Monad 
nock Blk. Tel. Har. 4097. 

BELKNAP, FRANK L., 1228 Monad 
nock Bldg. Tel. Har. 8022 and 8023 
Aut. 61-203. 

BELT, WILLIAM O. (Linthicum, Belt 
& Fuller), 715 Monadnock Blk. Tel 
Har. 4621. 

BEN.IAMIN, FREDERIC (Benjamin & 
Eoodhouse), 1515 Marquette Bldg 
Tel. Cent. 6117. Aut. 67-695. 

BROWN, CHAS. TURNER, 839 Unity 
Bldg. Tel. Cent. 6415. Aut. 43-308. 

BROWN, HOPKINS, NISSEN & 
SPRINKLE (Frank T. Brown, Fran- 
cis A. Hopkins, Charles M. Nissen and 
Arthur I.. Sprinkle, Jr.), 1124 Monad- 
nock Blk. Har. 292. 

BROWN & MEIILHOPE (Taylor E. 
Brown and Clarence E. Mehlhope), 
808 Marquette Bldg. Tel. Cent. 4384. 
Aut. 67-468. 

BROWN, WILLIAMS, BELL, HANSON 
& BOETTCHER (Charles A. Brown, 
Lynn A. Williams, Albert C. Bell, 
Harvev L. Hanson anA Arthur H. 
Boettcher), 1550 Monadnock Blk. Tel. 
Har. 3634 and 759. 

BULKLEY, CHARLES C, 1233 McCor- 
mick Bldg. Tel. Har. 1572. Aut. 64-462. 

BURNS, ROBERT, 45-54 W. Randolph. 
Ran. 2212. 

CARPENTER, PAUL, Room 400 Com- 
mercial Nat. Bk. Bldg. Tel. Ran. 1071. 

CHEEVER & COX (Dwight B. Chee- 
ver and Howard M. Cox), ^33 Mo- 
nadnock Blk. Har. 575. 

CHAMBERLAIN, CLARENCE K., 1620 
Monadnock Blk. Har. 1804. Aut. 65-294. 



CHAMBERLIN & FREUDENREICH 
(Walter H. Chamberlin, formerly As- 
sistant Commissioner of Patents at 
Washington, D. C, and Wm. F. Freu- 
denreich), 1543 Marquette Bldg. Tel. 
Cent. 3044. Aut. 61-764. 

COUPLAND, L. B. (L. B. Coupland & 
Co.), 118 N. La Salle st. Tel. Franklin 
2114. Aut. 33-880. 

COX, HOWARD M. (Cheever & Cox., 
1133 Monadnock Blk. Har. 575. 

CRAGG, GEORGE L., 1132 Monadnock 
Blk. Tel. Har. 279. 

CROMER, HARRY IRWIN (Poole & 
Cromer), 1302 Marquette Bldg. Ran. 
3397. 

DA VIES, WM. B., 1508 Marquette Bldg. 
Tel. Cent. 6585. 

DODSON, HARRY^ LEA, 919, 920-108 
South La Salle st. Tel. Main 1593. 
Aut. 51-538. 

DRURY, FRANK H., 1610 Fort Dear- 
born Bldg. Tel. Ran. 45. 

DURAND, ARTHUR F., 1314-16 Fisher 
Bldg. Tel. Har. 2062. 

DYRENFORTH, LEE, CHRITTON & 
A\'ILES (Philip C, Wm. H., and Ju- 
lius W. Dyrenforth, John H. Lee, 
liussell Wiles and George A. Chrit- 
ton), 1508 Marquette Bldg. Tel. Cent. 
6585. 

FITTS, CHARLES FREEMAN, 523 
Railway Exchange. Tel. Har. 2020. 

FLETCHER, DAVID H., 1541 Monad- 
nock Blk. Tel. Har. 4574. Aut. 63-209. 

FOWKES, W. HERBERT, 953 Peoples 
Gas Bldg. Tel. Ran. 1560. 

FULLER, WALTER M. (Linthicum, 
Belt «S; Fuller), 715 Monadnock Blk. 
Tel. Har. 4621. 

GERLACH, FRED, 1601-2 Marquette 
Bldg. Tel. Cent. 5690. 

GRAVES, ALBERT H. (Offield, Towle, 
Graves & Offleld), 1228 Monadnock 
Blk. Har. 8022 and 8023. Aut. 61-203. 

HALL, WILLIAM L., 1539-40 Mar- 
quette Bldg. Tel. Ran. 3134. 

HAWLEY, CHARLES GILBERT, 630 
Marquette Bldg. Tel. Ran. 1764. 

HILL, JOHN W. (Hill & Hill), 1462-4 
Mona-lnock Blk. Tel. Har. 2710. Aut. 
62-710. 

HILL & HILL (John W. Hill and Roy 
W. Hill), 1462-4 Monadnock Blk. Tel. 
Har. 2710. Aut. 02-710. 

HILL, ROY W. (Hill & Hill), 1462-4 
Monadnock Blk. Tel. Har. 2710. Aut. 
62-710. 

HILLS, CHARLES W. & SON (Charles 
W. Hills and Charles W. Hills, Jr.), 
1523 to 1527 Monadnock Blk. Tel. 
Har. 306. Aut. 64-813. 

HIRSCHL & HIRSCHL (Samuel D. 
and Marcus A. Ilirschl), 612 Rector 
Bldg. Tel. Ran. 2411. 



PATENT ATTORNEYS— Continue 



HOPKINS; L. M., 1014 No. 5 South Wa- 
bash Ave. Rand. 2352. 

JACKER, RICHARD J., 1102 Monad- 
nock Elk. Tel. Har. 5656. 

JOCKUM, JR., J. H., 832 Marquette 
Bldg. Tel. Cent. 3271. Aut. 61-284. 

JOHNS, LUTHER, 723 Monaduock Blk. 
Tel. Har. 20. 

JONES, ADDINGTON, AMES & SEI- 
BOLD (W. Clyde Jones, Keene H. 
Addington, Robert Lewis Ames and 
Arthur B. Seibold), 1610 Fort Dear- 
born Bldg-. Tel. Ran. 45. 

JONES, GEORGE BAYARD, 1445 Mo- 
nadnock Blk. Har. 283. Aut. 64-553. 

KING, FLORENCE, 1652-3 Monadnock 
Blk. Tel. Har. 2899. 

LANE, WALLACE R., 1020 Marquette 
Bldg. Tel. Rand. 398. 

LINTHICUM, BELT & FULLER 
(Charles C. Linthicum, William O. 
Belt and Walter M. Fuller), 715 Mo- 
nadnock Blk. Tel. Har. 4621. 

LINTHICUM, CHARLES C. (Linthi- 
cum, Belt & FuHp'c'), 715 Monaduock 
Blk. Tel. Har. 4621. 

LOTZ, RUDOLPH WM., 1601 McCor- 
mick Bldg., 322 S. Michigan ave. Tel. 
Har. 1808. 

Mcelroy, JOHN HOWARD, 1429 Mo- 
naduock Bldg. Tel. Har. 259. Aut. 
61-047. 

MANKLE, GEORGE, 1020 Marquette 
Bldg. Tel. Rand. 398. 

MAY, GEO. T., JR. (Foree Bain and 
May, Jr.), 1648 Monadnock Blk. Tel. 
Har. .792. Aut. 64-508. 

MILLER, LUTHER L., 1512-1515 Mo- 
nadnock Blk. Tel. Har. 2854. 

MUNDAY, EVARTS, ADCOCK & 
CLARKE (John W. Munday, Edward 
S. Evarts and Henry Love Clarke), 
907 Marquette Bldg. Tel. Cent. 1556. 

NOBLE, GLENN S., 1405 Security Bldg. 
Tel. Main 4721. 

OFFIELD, TOWLE, GRAVES & OF- 
FIELD (Chas. K. Offleld, Henry S. 
Towle, Albert H. Graves and James 
R. Offleld), 1228 Monadnock Blk. Tel. 
Har. S022 and 2023. Aut. 61-203. 

PARKER & CARTER (Francis Yv\ 
Parker, Donald M. Carter and Fran- 
cis W. Parker, Jr.), 1410 Marquette 
Bldg. Tel. Cent. 1651. Aut. 63-937. 

PEIRCE, FISHER & CLAPP (James 
H. Peirce, George P. Fisher and Har- 
rv Lincoln Clapp), 1431 Marquette 
Bldg. Tel. Cent. 1648. Aut. 62-207. 

PINES & NEWMANN (George S. 
Pines and Edward R. Newmann), 309 
Harris Trust Bldg. Ran. 3012 and 3013. 

POND, SAMUEL K, 1228 Monadnock 
Blk. Tel. Har. 8022 and 2023. Aut. 
61-203. 

POOLE, C. CLARENCE (Poole & Cro- 
mer), 1301-5 Marquette Bldg. Tel. 
Ran. 3397. 
POTTS, JOSHUA R. H., 1112 Hartford 



Bldg., S. S. Dearborn st. Tel. Cent. 
5560, and 805 G St. N. W., Washing- 
ton, D. C; 929 Chestnut St., Phila- 
delphia. 
RAYMOND & BARNETT (Otto R. 
Barnett, Percival H. Truman), 1518- 
1522 Monadnock Blk. Tel. Har. 282. 
Aut. 61-066. 
RECTOR, HIBBEN, DAVIS & MACAU- 
LEY (Edward Rector, Samuel E. Hib- 
ben, Frank Parker Davis, John B. Ma- 
cauley, Louis B. Erwin), 1958 McCor- 
mick Bldg., 332 S. Michigan Ave. Tel. 
Har, 821. 
REDFIELD, CASPER L., 525-526 Mo- 
nadnock Blk. Tel. Har. 600. 
ROODHOUSE, BENJ. T., 1515 Mar- 
quette Bldg. Tel. Cent. 6117. Aut. 
67-695. 
RUMMLER & RUMMLER (Wm. R. 
Rummler, Eugene A. Rummler, Philip 
B. Woodworth, Rudow Rummler and 
Edwin Phelps), 1208-1212 Tribune 
Bldg. Tel. Cent. 3418 and 3419. 
SANDERS, HERBERT J., 504-35 S. 
Deai-born st. Tel. Cent. 1793. Aut.47-105 
SCHEIBLE, ALBERT, 1601 McCormick 
Bldg-.. 322 S.Michigan Av. Tel. Har. 1808 
SCHMIDT, CHARLES J., 1228 Monad- 
nock Blk. Tel. Har. 8022 and 8023. 
Aut. 61-203. 
SHERIDAN, WILKINSON, SCOTT & 
RICHMOND (Thomas Francis Sheri- 
dan, George Laurence Wilkinson, 
Walter A. Scott, Carl A. Richmond 
and Thomas H. Sheridan), 1529-35 
Marquette Bldg. Tel. Cent. 1137. 
STARK, MICHAEL J. & SONS, 1636 

Monadnock Blk. Tel. Har. 1023. 
SHERVEY, CHARLES 0., 1524 Mar- 
quette Bldg. Tel. Cent. 2463. 
SMYTHE, EDWIN H., 954 Monadnock 

Blk. Tel. Har. 1394. 
STEVENS, MILO B. & CO., 337-8 Mo- 
naduock Blk. Tel. Har. 2554. 
SWENARTON, HAROLD A., 1233 Mc- 
Cormick Bldg. Tel. Har. 1572. Aut. 
64-462. 
SYNNESTVEDT & BRADLEY (Paul 
SvnnestA^edt and James C. Bradley), 
953 Peoples Gas Bldg. Tel Ran. 1560. 
THOMASON, PRANK D., 1028 Tribune 

Bldg. Cent. 6182. Aut. 43-263. 
TILLMAN, CHARLES C, 1620 Monad- 
nock Blk. Har. 1804. Aut. 62-721. 
TRUMAN, PERCIVAL H. (Barnett & 
Truman), 1518-1522 Monadnock Blk. 
Tel. Har. 282. Aut. 61-066. 
WHIPPLE, JOHN H., 1102 Monadnock 

Blk. Har. 5656. 
WILKINSON. GEORGE LAURENCE 
CSheridan, Wilkinson, Scott and Rich- 
mond), formerly Law Clerk and Ex- 
aminer U. S, Patent Office, 1529-35 
Marquette B'dg. Tel. Cent. 1137. 
WILLIAMS, WTNFTELD S., 1316 Corn 

Exeh. Bk. Bid?. Franklin 864. 
WONNELL, KENT W., 1124 Monad- 
nock Blk. TeL Har. 292. 
ZABEL, MAX W., 1362 Monadnock Blk. 
Tel. Har. 4097. Aut. 67-705. 



RAILROAD AHORNEYS 



AMERICAN REFRIGERATOR TRAN- 
SIT Co., Jefferv & Campbell, Local 
Attvs., 1356 First Nat. Bk. Bldg. Ran. 
330T'. 

A., T. & S. F. Ry. Co. and System, 1011 
Railway Exchange Bldg. Tel. Har. 
4910. Gardiner Lathrop, Gen. Solr.; 
Robt. Dunlap, F. T. A. Junkin and 
T. J. Norton, Gen. Attys.; Lee F. Eng- 
lish. James L. Coleman and Homer 
W. Davis. Attys. 

AURORA. ELGIN & CHL R. R. CO. 
Gen. Counsel, Hopkins, Peffers & 
Hopkins, 616 Corn Exchange Bk. 
Bldg. Tel. Main 3146. 

B. & O. R. R. CO., Division Counsel, 
Calhoun, Lvford & Sheean, 940 The 
Rookery. Tel. Wabash 3 814. Atty., 
Charles D. Clark. 

B. & O. C. TERM. R. R. CO., 315 Balti. 
& Ohio Passenger Station. Tel. "Wa- 
bash 3242. Gen'l Solicitors, Calhoun, 
Lvford and Sheean. Gen'l Atty., 
.Tesse B. Barton; Asst. Atty., Thomas 
M. Butters. 

CALUMET AND SOUTH CHI. R. CO. 
Leonard A. Busby, Counsel, 1639 First 
Nat'l Bk. Bldg. Tel. Ran. 2160. 

CHESAPEAKE & OHIO RT. CO., Local 
Atty., H. C. Starr, Pythian Bldg., In- 
dianapolis,' Ind. 

CHL & ALTON R. R. CO., Gen. Solr., 
Silas H. Strawn, Attys., "Winston, 
Pavne. Strawn & Shaw, 1400 First 
Nat. Bk. Bldg. Cent. 828. 

C, B. & Q. R. R. CO., Gen. Offices, 1100- 
5 47 W. Jackson Blvd. Tel. "Wabash 
4400. Gen. Counsel, Chester M. 
Dawes; Asst. to Gen. Counsel, E. M. 
Shelton; Gen. Atty., R. B. Scott; Atty. 
111. Dist.. Jos. A. Connell, "W. D. 
Barge. Claims Atty., F. S. Robinson. 

C, C. C. & ST. L. RY CO, Gen Counsel, 
Bertrand "Walker and R. J. Cary, 536 
La Salle St. Sta. Tel. "Wabash 4200. 

CHI. CITY RY. CO., Gen. Counsel, 
Busbv. Miller & Robinson, 1639 First 
Nat'l Bk. Bldg. Rand. 2160. Special 
Counsel, John P. "Wilson, Sr., 1605 
Marquette Bldg.. Cent. 406; E. R. 
Bliss, 1419 First Nat. Bk. Bldg., Cent. 
1165; Attys., C. A. Stafford, "W. D. 
Bartholomew. A. C. Wild, A. R. Pe- 
terson. A. K. Bodholdt. 1623 First 
Nat. Bk. Bldg., Ran. 581. 

CHICAGO CITY AND CONNECTING 
RATLAVAYS, Leonard A. Busby, 
Counsel, 1639 First Nat. Bk. Bldg., 
Ran. 2160. 

C. & E. T. R. R. CO., 7th noor McCor- 
mick Bldg., "Van Buren st. and Michi- 
gan ave., Tel. Har. 5115. Gen. Coun- 
sel, Calhoun, Lyford & Sheean, 940 
Rookery Bldg.. Tel. Wabash 3814; 
Gen. Solr.. E. H. Seneff; Gen. Atty., 
H. T. Dick; Dist. Atty., C. B. Cardy; 
Insurance Atty., Harrison F. Jone»; 
Renl Estate and Tax Agent, G. Bruce 
Hill. 

C. & R. ERIE R. R. CO., 1113 Rookery. 
Tel. Wabash 2307. Gen. Counsel, W. 
O. Johnson. 



CHL GREAT WESTERN RAILROAD 
CO., Gen. Counsel, John Barton 
Payne; Attys., Winston, Payne, 
Strawn & Shaw, 1400 First Nat. Bk. 
Bldg. Tel. Cent. 828. 

CHL, IND. & LOU. RY. CO., 1422 Heisen 
Bldg. Tel. Har. 3309. Gen. Solr., 
Elisha C. Field; Gen. Atty., Harry R. 
Kurrie; Attys. for 111., Winston, 
Payne, Strawn & Shaw. 

CHL, IND. & SOUTHERN R. R. CO.. 

Gen. Counsel, Bertrand Walker and 

R. J. Cary, 536 La Salle St. Sta. Tel. 
AVabash 4200. 

CHL JUNC. RY. CO., Solrs., Winston, 
Payne. Strawn & Shaw, 1400 First 
Nat. Bk. Bldg. Tel. Cent. 828. 

CHL & MIL. ELEC. R. R. CO., Bull & 
Johnson, 1113 The Rookery. Tel. Wa- 
bash 1676. Attorneys for receiver. 

C, M. & ST. P. R. R. CO., 1335 Railway 
Exchange Bldg. Tel. Har. 6162. Gen. 
Counsel, Burton Hanson; Gen. Solr., 
H. H. Field; Asst. Gen. Solrs., J. N. 
Davis, J. R. Dickinson, C. S. Jeffer- 
son; Atty., "W. D. MUlard; Commerce 
Counsel, O. W. Dynes. 

C. & N. W. Ry. CO., Gen. Offices, 502, 
326 W. Jackson blvd. Tel. Wabash 
3408. Gen. Counsel, Edward M. Hyzer; 
Asst. Gen. Counsel, William G. Wheel- 
er; Gen. Solr., Carl C. Wright; G«n. 
Attvs., Charles A. "Vilas, Irving Her- 
riott, Ira C. Belden, Robert H. Wid- 
decombe. 

CHL & OAK PARK ELEV. R. R. CO., 
Gen. Counsel, Isham, Lincoln & 
Beale. 1700-72 "W. Adams st. Ran. 
425. Gen. Atty., Addison L. Gardner. 
404 Royal Ins. Bldg. Wabash 3347. 
Atty., Carroll H. Jones. Samuel In- 
sull, receiver. 

C. R. I. & P. RY. CO., 1025 La Salle St. 
Sta. Tel. Wab. 3210. Gen. Counsel, 
F. C. Dillard; Gen. Attys., M. L. Bell 
and W. F. Dickinson; Asst. Gen. 
Atty., Thomas R. Beman; Claims 
Atty., Geo. E. McCaughan; Atty., 
Charles T. Schwarz; Asst. Attys., 
AVallaoe T. Hughes and A, B. Enoch; 
Real Estate and Tax Agent, Thos. 
J. Newkirk. 

CHI. RAILWAYS COMPANY. Claim 
and Law Department, 600 WaslTing- 
ton bivd. Tel. Havmarket 4126. Gen. 
Atty., J. R. Guilllams; Gen. Claim 
Agent, Sidney Ossnski: Attys.. C. C. 
Cunningham. J. D. Ryan, W. H. 
Symmes, Philip Rosenthal, Thos. E. 
MaoKinlev, E. C. Stearns, John W. 
"V\^alsh, Frank L. Kriete, Nathan L. 
Kruoger, W. L. Stevenson, S. M. 
Myers. 

CHI. & SOUTHERN TRACTION CO.. 
Gen. Counsel, Leonard A. Busbv, 1639 
First. Nat. Bk. Bldg. Ran. 2i60. 

CHICAGO. TERRE HAUTE & S. E. RY. 
CO., 22S Baltl. & Ohio Passenger Sta- 
tion. Gen. Atty., Wm. F. Peter. Tel. 
Har. 4660. 

C. K' W. IND. R. R CO. and THE BELT 
RY. CO. of Chicago, 45 Dearborn Sta- 
tion. Tel. Har. 3690. Gen. Counsel, 
"UMlliam S. Kies; Gen. Attv., C. G. 
Austin, Jr.; Atty., Beverly "W. Howe. 



RAILROAD ATTORNEYS— Continued 



CHI. & WESTERN RY. CO., Leonard A. 
Busby, Counsel, 1639 First Nat. Bk. 
Bldg-. Tel. Ran. 2160. 

CINCINNATI, NEW ORLEANS & 
TEXAS, PAC. RY., Attorneys, Sim- 
mons & Irving-, 1652 Otis Bldg. Tal. 
Main 14S8. 

COLORADO-MIDLAND R. R. CO., Jef- 

fery & Campbell, Local Attys., 1356 
First Nat. Bk. Bldg. Ran. 3307. 

DENVER & RIO GRANDE R. R. CO., 
Jeffery & Campbell, Local Attys, 1356 
First Nat. Bk. Bldg. Ran. 3307. 

EASTERN ILL. RY. CO., Leonard A. 
Busbv, Counsel, 1639 First Nat. Bank 
Bldg. Tel. Ran. 2160. 

ELGIN, JOLIET & EASTERN R. R.,^ 700 
Com. Nat. Bk. Bldg. Tel. Ran. 400. 
Gen. Counsel, K. K. Knapp; Atty., R. 
W. Campbell. 

GRAND TRUNK WESTERN RY., 
Attvs., Kretzinger & Kretzinger, 919 
Monadnock Blk. Tel. Har. 242. 

HAMMOND. WHITING & EAST CHI. 
RY. CO., Leonard A Busby, Counsel. 
1639 First Nat. Bk. Bldg. Tel. Ran. 
2160. 

ILL. CENT. R. R. CO., Gen. Offices, 135 
Park Row; Tel. Wabash 2200. Gen. 
Solr., Blewett Lee; Gen. Attys., Wal- 
ter S. Horton, C. L. Sivley, R. V. 
Fletcher: Attys., A. P. Humburg, E. 
W. McGrew; Dist. Atty., John G. 
Drennan; Asst. Local Atty., V. W. 
Foster; Special Atty., Geo. A. Dupuy; 
Local Attys., Calhoun, Lyford & 
Sheean, 940 Rookery. Tel. Wabash 
3S14. 

IND. HARBOR BELT R. R. CO., Gen. 
Counsel, Glennon, Cary, Walker & 
Howe, 536 La Salle St. Station. Tel. 
Wabash 4200. 

INTERNATIONAL & GREAT NORTH- 
ERN R. R. CO., Jeffery & Campbell, 
Local Attvs., 1356 First Nat. Bk. 
Bldg. Ran. 3307. 

LEHIGH VALLEY R. R. CO., Attys., 
Ullmann, Hoag & Davidson, 1305 
Fisher Bldg. Tel. Har. 236. 

L. S. & M. S. R. R. CO., Gen. Counsel. 
Bertrand Walker and R. J. Cary, 536 
La Salle St. Station. Tel. Wabash 
4200. 

MET. WEST SIDE ELEV. R. R. CO., 
Gen. Counsel, Isham, Lincoln & Beale, 
1700-72 W. Adams St. Ran. 425. Gen. 
Atty., Addison L. Gardner, 404 Royal 
Ins. Bldg., Wabash 3347; Atty., Car- 
roll H. Jones. 

MICH. CENT. R. R. CO., Solrs., Wm- 
ston, Pavne, Strawn & Shaw, 1400 
First Nat. Bk. Bldg. Tel. Cent. 828. 

MISSOURI, KAN. & TEX. RY. CO., Lo- 
cal Attys., Hay & Brown, 1318-8 S. 
Dearborn st. Tel. Ran. 1368. 

MISSOURI PACIFIC RY. CO., Jeffery & 
Campbell, Local Attvs., 1356 First 
Nat. Bk. Bldg. Ran. 3307. 

MOBILE & OHIO R. R. CO., Jeffery & 
Campbell, Local Counsel, 1356 F'irst 
Nat. Bk. Bldg. Ran. 3307. 



N. ^V. ELEV. RY. CO., Gen. Counsel, 
Isham, Lincoln & Beale, 1700-72 W. 
Adams St. Ran. 425. Gen. Atty., Ad- 
dison L. Gardner, 404 RoyaJ Ins. 
Bldg. Wabash 3347. Atty., Carroll 
H. Jones. 

N. Y. CENT & HUDSON R. R. CO., 
Solrs., Glennon, Cary, Walker & 
Howe, 536 La Salle St. Station. Tel. 
Wabash 4200. 

N. Y., C. & ST. L. R. R. CO., Attys., 
Glennon, Cary, Walker & Howe, 53ff 
La Salle St. Station. Tel. Wabash 
4200. 

PENN. CO. (P., F. W. & C. RY.) and 
P., C. C. & ST. L. RY. CO., Solrs, 
Loesch, Scofield & Loesch, 1540 Otis 
Bldg Tel. Main 4365. 

PERE MARQUETTE RAILROAD CO., 
Attys., Glennon, Cary, Walker & 
Howe, 536 La Salle St. Station. Tel. 
Wabash 4200. 

PHILA. •& READING RY. CO., Attys., 
Ullmann, Hoag & Davidson, 1305 
Fisher Bldg. Tel. Har. 236. 

SE. A BOARD AIR LINE RY., Local 
Counsel. Geo. H. Miller, 1415 Mar- 
quete Bldg. Tel. Cent. 2822. 

SOUTH SIDE ELEV. R. R., Gen. Coun- 
sel, Isham, Lincoln & Beale, 1700-72 
W. Adams St. Ran. 425. Gen. Atty., 
Addison L. Gardner, 404 Roval Ins. 
Bldg. Wabash 3347. Atty., Carroll 
H. Jones. 

SOUTHERN STREET RY. CO.. Leonard 
A. Busbv, Counsel, 1639 First Nat. 
Bk. Bldg. Tel. Ran. 2160. 

ST. LOUIS, IRON MOUNTAIN & 
SOUTHERN RY. CO., Jeffery & 
Campbell, Local Attys., 1356 First 
Nat. Bk. Bldg. Ran. 3307. 

ST^LOUIS SOUTHWESTERN 'ryT'Co! 
Jefferv & Campbell, Local Attys., 1356 
First Nat. Bk. Bldg. Ran. 3307. 

TEXAS & PACIFIC RY. CO., Jeffery & 
Campbell, Local Attys., 1356 First 
Nat. Bk. Bldg. Ran. 3307. 

THE PULLMAN CO., 400 Pullman Bldg. 
Tel. Har. 1523. Gen. Solr., F. B. Dan- 
iels; Gen. Atty., G. S. Fernald; Assi. 
Gen. Solr., H. T Wilcoxon; Tax Atty., 
J. D. Ferguson; Claims Atty., C. S 
Williston; Atty., S. W. Gehr. 

UNION PACIFIC R. R. CO., Local Le- 
gal Dept., 617-112 W. Adams st. H. 
A. Scandrett, Interstate Commerce 
Atty. Tel. Ran. 141. 

WABASH R. R., Attys., Zane, Morse, 
McKinney & Mcllvaine, 709 Harris 
Trust Bldg. Cent. 805. Local Attvs., 
Hay & Brown, 1318-S S. Dearborn st. 
Tel. Ran. 1638. 

WESTERN PACIFIC RY. CO., Jeffery 
& Campbell, Local Attys.. 1356 First 
Nat. Bk. Bldg. Ran. 3307. 

WESTERN RAILROAD ASSN., 1033 
Peoples Gas. Bldg., Geo. S. Payson, 
Gen. Counsel. Tel. Cent. 1154. 

WISCONSIN & MICHIGAN RY CO.. 
Gen. Atty., Louis E. Hart, 1913-111 
W. Monroe st. Tel. Cent. 6731. 



COURTS AND OFFICIALS 

FEDERE, STATE, COUNTY AND CITY 



THE COURTS. 

UNITED STATES SUPREME 

JUDICIARY. 

Chief Justice, Edward D. White, of 
Louisiana (appointed 1910), Fourth 
Circuit. 

ASSOCIATE JUSTICES. 

Joseph McKenna, of California (ap- 
pointed 1898), Ninth Circuit. 

Oliver Wendell Holmes, of Massachu- 
setts (appointed '1902), First Circuit. 

William E. Day, of Ohio (appointed 
1903), Sixth Circuit. 

Horace H. Lurton, of Tennessee (ap- 
pointed 1909), Seventh Circuit. 

Charles E. Hughes, of New York (ap- 
pointed 1910), Second Circuit. 

Willis Van Devanter, of Wyoming 
(appointed 1910), Eighth Circuit. 

Joseph R. Lamar, of Georgia (ap- 
pointed 1910), Fifth Circuit. 

Mahlon Pitney, of New Jersey (ap- 
pointed March 18, 1912), Third Circuit. 

OFFICIALS. 

Clerk, James H. McKenney, District 
of Columbia; Deputy Clerk, James D. 
Maher, District of Columbia; Marshal, 
J. M. Wright, Kentucky; Reporter, 
Charles Henry Butler, New York. 

TERMS. 

One term annually, on the second 
Monday of October, at Washington, D. 

C. 

DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE. 

Attorney General, James C. McRey- 
nolds (Tennessee). 

Assistant to the Attorney General, 
James A. Fowler (Tennessee). 

Assistant Attorneys General, William 
R. Harr (District of Columbia); Win- 
fred T. Denison (New York); Ernest 
Knaebel (Colorado); Jesse C. Adkins 
(District of Columbia); Charles W. 
Cobb (California), Interior Department; 
Samuel H. Thompson, Jr. (Colorado). 



U. S. COMMERCE COURT. 

Judiciary. 

Martin A. Knapp, New York; term 
expires 1915. 

William H. Hunt, Montana; term ex- 
pires 1913. 

John Emmett Garland, South Dakota; 
term expires 1912. 

Julian W. Mack, Hlinois; term ex- 
pires 1916. 

Officials. 

Clerk— G. F. Snyder, West Virginia. 

Marshal — ^Frank J. Starek, Ohio. 



COURT OF CLAIMS 

JUDICIARY. 

Chief Justice, Stanton J. Peelle, of 
Indiana (appointed 1892). 

ASSOCIATE JUSTICES. 

Charles B. Howry, of Mississippi (ap- 
pointed 1897). 

Fenton W. Booth, of Illinois (ap- 
pointed 1905). 

Samuel S. Barney, of Wisconsin (ap- 
pointed 1905). 

George W. Atkinson, of West Vir- 
ginia (appointed 1905). 

OFFICIALS. 

Chief Clerk, Archibald Hopkins. 

TERM. 
Begins on the first Monday of De- 
cember. 

COURT OF CUSTOMS APPEALS 

(Acts of Aug. 5, 1909, and 
Feb. 25, 1910.) 

Presiding Judge — Robert M. Mont- 
gomery, Michigan. 

Associate Judges — James F. Smith, 
California; Orion M. Barber, Vermont; 
Marion De Vries, California; George E. 
Martin, Ohio. 

Marshal — Frank H. Briggs, Maine. 

Clerk— Arthur B. Shelton, District of 
Columbia. 



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U. S. CIRCUIT COURT OF 

APPEALS, SEVENTH 

CIRCUIT. 

JUDICIARY— CIRCUIT JUDGES. 

Hon. Horace H. Lurton, of Tennessee. 

Hon. Francis E. Baker, of Goshen, 
Ind. 

Hon. William H. Seaman, of She- 
boygan, Wis. 

Hon. Christian C. Kohlsaat, of Chi- 
cago, 111. 

CLERK. 

Edward M. Holloway, 725-728 Fed- 
eral Bldg. Tel. Har. 4700. Deputy 
Clerk, F. G. Campbell. 

SESSIONS. 

One first Tuesday in October, one 
first Tuesday in January, and one sec- 
ond Tuesday in April. Only one term 
and that in October. 



U. S. DISTRICT COURT. 

Northern District of Illinois. 
Eastern Division at Chicago. 

JUDICIARY. 

Illinois — ^Northern District. 
Hon. Kenesaw M. Landis (appointed 
March 28, 1905). 

Hon. George A. Carpenter (appoint- 
ed Jan. 10, 1910). 

Illinois — Southern District, 
Hon. J. Otis Humphrey, of Spring- 
field. 

Illinois — Eastern District. 
Hon. Francis M. Wright, of Urbana. 

Indiana. 
Hon. Albert B. Anderson, of Indian- 
apolis. 

Wisconsin — ^Western District. 
Hon. Arthur L. Sanborn, of Madison. 

Wisconsin — Eastern District. 
Hon. Ferd. A. Geiger, of Milwaukee. 
OFFICIALS. 
Clerk of District Court. 
Thomas C. MacMillan, 650 Federal 
Bldg., Tel. Har. 4700, Local 20. Deputy 
Clerks, Charles A. Buell, John E. Fay, 
John Felker, Joseph O 'Sullivan. Assist- 
ants, Julia A. Thomas, A. V. Middleton, 
D. K. Ward, Myrtle M. Snyder. 

John H. E. Jamar, Deputy Clerk, 
Room 600 Federal Bldg. Tel. 4700. 
Local 47. Clerks, A. V. Shoemaker, 
Thomas V. Sell, Arthur E. Claussen. 
Assistants, E. Wallace, E. Franklin. 



TERMS. 

Law — Terms, first Mondays of Feb 
ruary, March, April, May, June, July 
September and October, and third Mon 
day of December. Last day of service, 
second Friday before first day of term 
Default day, first Thursday of term. 

Chancery — Terms every month. Rule 
day, first Monday. Default day, Tues- 
day following. Process must be served 
twenty days before return day. Answer 
must be entered on or before return day 
if twenty days' service. 

U. S. DISTRICT ATTORNEY. 
Illinois — Northern District. 
James H. Wilkerson, 826 Federal Bldg. 
Tel. Har. 4700. 

Chief Clerk, William A. Small. 
Assistant Attorneys, John Byrne, Gar- 
field Charles, Robert W. Childs, Morton 
S. Cressy, Benjamin Davis, Frederick 
Dickinson, Henry W. Freeman, Elwood 
G. Godman, Laurence B. Jacobs, Walter 
M. Krimbill, Peter P. Mindak, Harry A. 
Parkin, Lin William Price, David D. 
Stansbury, William S. Stahl, Walter P. 
Steffen, Louis F. Strawn, John F. Voigt, 
Albert G. Welch. 

Illinois — Eastern District. 
William E. Trautmann, of Danville. 
Assistant Attorneys, Samuel Murray 
Clark, John E. Hamlin. 

Illinois — Southern District. 
William A. Northcott, of Springfield. 
Clerk, Robert C. Brown. 

Assistant Attorneys, Henry A. Con- 
verse, Joseph H. Story. 

U. S. MARSHAL'S OFFICE. 

Marshal, Luman T. Hoy, 804 Federal 
Bldg., Tel. Har. 4700. Chief Deputy, 
J. P. Wolf. Deputies, Sam Howard; 
Edw. T. Webster, George Q. Allen, 
Thomas Middleton, J. T. Buckner, O. E. 
Bergeson, E. C. Cook, Charles Schrimpl, 
W. H. Griffith, Jr., H. B. Coy, C. F. 
Guenther, C. T. Donovan, A. J. Calder, 
Alexander Conlev, John Gillhooly, W. P. 
Holden, F. J. Otto, E. R. Davis' Office 
Deputy at Freeport, H. F. Hanke. 



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MASTERS IN CHANCERY. 

James S. Hopkins, 616 Corn Ex- 
change Bank Bldg., Tel. Main 3146 
and 2949. 

Charles B. Morrison, 652 Federal Bldg. 
Tel. Har. 3013. 

U. S. COMMISSIONERS. 

Wirt E. Humphrey, Charles A. Buell, 
Lewis F. Mason, Mark A. Foote, Sim- 
eon W. King, all for Chicago; H. H. 
Dicus, Streator, HI.; Chas. H. Greene, 
Freeport, HI. 

COMMISSIONERS IN EXTRADITION 
CASES. 

Mark A. Foote, 877 Federal Bldg., 
Tel. Har. 4700. Wirt E. Humphrey, 1311 
Ashland Blk., Tel. Main 4221, Aut. 
41-968. Simeon W. King, 957 Monad- 
nock Blk., Tel. Har. 2358. Chas. A. 
Buell, 679 Federal Bldg., Tel. Har. 4700. 

REFEREES IN BANKRUPTCY FOR 
COOK AND LAKE COUNTIES. 

Sidney C. Eastman, 901 Monadnock 
Blk., Tel. Har. 626; Aut. 64-346. 

Frank L. Wean, 434 Monadnock Blk., 
Tel. Har. 1926. 

OUTSIDE REFEREES. 

Morrill Sprague, Joliet, for Will and 
Grundy Counties; Arthur E. Fisher, 
Rockford, for Boone, Winnebago, Ste- 
^henson and Jo Daviess Counties; 
Thomas S. Huntley, Elgin, for Du Page, 
Kendall, Kane, MeHenry and DeKalb 
Counties; Arthur H. Colwell, Ottawa, 
for La Salle County; Henry S. Dixon, 
Dixon, for Whiteside, Lee, Ogle and 
Carroll Counties. 

JURY COMMISSIONERS. 

Frank H. Jones, for Eastern Division, 
Continental and Commercial National 
Bank, Clark and Adams, and Thomas 
C. MacMillan, Clerk of the United 
States District Court. 

H. Poffenberger, Freeport, Stephen- 
son County, HI., for Western Division. 

UNITED STATES DEPOSITORIES. 

Central Trust Company of Hlinois, 
Hibernian Banking Association, State 
Bank of Chicago, the Northern 
Trust Company, Union Trust Com- 
pany, First National Bank of 
Chicago, Merchants' Loan and Trust 
Co., Fort Dearborn National Bank, 
Foreman Bros.' Banking Co., Continent- 
al & Commercial National Bank, Na- 
tional Bank of the Kepublic, Bankers' 
National Bank, Corn Exchange National 
Bank, Federal Trust and Savings Bank, 



National City Bank, Home Bank and 
Trust Co., Old Colony Trust and Sav- 
ings Bank, La Salle Street National 
Bank. 

WESTERN DIVISION OF THE 

NORTHERN DISTRICT OF 

ILLINOIS AT FREEPORT. 

Judiciary — The Judges of the Circuit 
and District Courts of the Northern 
District of Illinois. 

Official&— The Clerks, U. S. District 
Attorney and Marshal of the Northern 
District. Deputy Clerk at Freeport, 
C. J. Bentley. 

Terms — The third Mondays in April 
and October. Adjourned terms — The 
third Mondays in January and July. 

ILLINOIS SUPREME 
COURT. 

DISTRICTS. 

The Supreme Court is composed of 
seven districts, as follows: 

First — The Counties of St. Clair, 
Clinton, Washington, Jefferson, Wayne, 
Edwards, Wabash, White, Hamilton, 
Franklin, Perry, Randolph, Monroe, 
Jackson, Williamson, Saline, Gallatin, 
Hardin, Pope, Union, Johnson, Alex- 
ander, Pulaski and Massac. 

Second — The Counties of Madison, 
Bond, Marion, Clay, Richmond, Law- 
rence, Crawford, Jasper, Effingham, 
Fayette, Montgomery, Macoupin, Shel- 
by, Cumberland, Clark, Greene, Jersey, 
Calhoun, Christian, Pike and Scott. 

Third — The Counties of Sangamon, 
Macon, Logan, DeWitt, Piatt, Douglas, 
Champaign, Vermilion, McLean, Liv- 
ingston, Ford, Iroquois, Coles, Edgar, 
Moultrie and Tazewell. 

Fourth — The Counties of Rock Isl- 
and, Mercer, Warren, Henderson, Ful- 
ton, McDonough, Hancock, Schuyler, 
Brown, Adams, Mason, Menard, Mor- 
gan and Cass. 

Fifth— The Counties of Knox, Henry, 
Stark, Peoria, Marshall, Putnam, Bu- 
reau, La Salle, Grundy and Woodford. 

Sixth — The Counties of Whiteside, 
Carroll, .lo Daviess, Stephenson, Win- 
nebago, Boone. McHenry. Kane, Ken- 
dall, DeKalb. Lee and Ogle. 

Seventh — The Counties of Lake, 
Cook, Will, Kankakee and Du Page. 

JUDICIARY. 

Alonzo K. Vickers, of East St. Louis, 
Ist Dist. (term expires June, 1915). 

William M. Farmer, of Vandalia, 2d 
Dist. (term expires June, 1915). 



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Frank K. Dunn, of Charleston, 3d 

Dist. (term expires June, 1915). 

George A, Cooke, of Aledo, Fourth 
District (term expires June, 1921), 
Chief Justice. 

John P. Hand, of Cambridge, 5th 
Dist. (term expires June, 1918). 

James H. Cartwright, of Oregon, 6th 
Dist. (term expires June, 1915). 

Orrin N. Carter, of Chicago, 7th 
Dist. (term expires June, 1915). Chi- 
cago address, Eoom 1022, Court House. 
Telephone Main 4480. 

OFFICIALS. 

Attorney-General, Patrick J. Lucey, 
of La Salle County. 

Assistant Attorney-General, Lester H. 
Strawn, of Pontiae, 111. 

Eeporter, Samuel P. Irwin, Bloom- 
ington. 

Clerk, J. McC'an Davis, Springfield. 

Deputy Clerk, Eobert L. Cown, of 
Springfield. 

Long Distance Telephone, Main 667. 

TERMS. 

At Springfield on the first Tuesday in 
October, December, February, April and 
June of each year. 

ADMISSION TO THE BAR. 

By State Board of Law Examiners, 
George W. Wall, president, Du Quoin, 
111.; Wm. B. Wright, secretary and 
treasurer, Effingham; David B. Snow, 
Ottawa; Eussell Whitman, Chicago; 
Charles L. Bartlett, Quincy, 111. Ex- 
aminations to be held at Ottawa on the 
last Tuesday of February; at Chicago, 
the first Tuesday following the 4th day 
of July; at Springfield, the first Tues- 
day of October, and at Mt. Vernon on 
the first Tuesday of December in each 
year. 

COURT OF CLAIMS. 
Office in Springfield. 

Martin A. Brennan, Bloomington; Wil- 
liam Johnson, Eockford; A.G.Kennedy, 
De Kalb; Secretary, James J. Brady, 
ex oflficio. 

COMMISSIONERS OF UNIFORM 
LAWS. 
Created by Act of June 3, 1909. Term, 
Four Years. 
John C. Eichberg, Chicago; O. A. 
Harker, Urbana; John H. Wigmore, 
Chicago; Ernest Freund, Chicago; Na- 
than W. MacChesney, Chicago. 



AFFEIiLATE COURTS. 

FIRST DISTRICT. 

(Seventh Floor, Ashland Block.) 

Composed of Cook County. 

JUDICIARY. 

(Tel. Central 2064.) 

Presiding Justice, Ben M. Smith; res. 
1231 Lunt Ave. Tel. Eogers Park 3757. 

Associate Justices: Frank Baker, res. 
643 Woodland Park, Tel. Douglas 907; 
Edward O. Brown, res. 1216 N. State 
St., Tel. North 3454. 

OFFICIALS. 

(Tel. Central 4693. Aut. 41-426.) 

Clerk, Alfred R. Porter. 

Chief Deputy Clerk, Roy S. Gaskill. 

Deputy Clerk, Francis A. Bedlan. 

Librarian and Bailiif, Matthew J. 
Corcoran. 

Terms. 

At Chicago, first Tuesdays in March 
and October. 

B. BRANCH APPELLATE COURT. 

(Seventh Floor, Ashland Block. 
Tel. Eand. 1733.) 
Chief Justice, Thomas C. Clark, res. 
Evanstou, Tel. Evanston 1784. 

Associate Justices: Frederick A. 
Smith, res. 609 Eush St., Tel. North 
2839; Albert C. Barnes, 1223 E. 50th St., 
Tel. Drexel 218. 

C. BRANCH APPELLATE COURT. 

(902 Ashland Block. Tel. Eand. 3641.) 
Chief Justice, Warren W. Duncan, of 

Marion, 111. 

Associate Justices: Emery C. Graves, 

of Geneseo, 111.; James S. Baume, of 

Galena, 111. 

D. BRANCH APPELLATE COURT. 

(802 Ashland Block. Tel. Eand. 5540.) 
Chief Justice, Martin M. Gridley, res. 

1433 Hinman av., Evanston, 111. Tel. 85. 
Associate Justices: William H. Mc- 

Surely, res. 5136 Hibbard Ave. Joseph 

11. Fitch, res. 1703 Winona Ave., Tel. 

Edgewater 6'. 

SECOND DISTRICT. 

Composed of the Counties of Boone, 
Bureau, Carroll, DeKalb, Du Page, 
Grundy, Henderson, Henry, Iroquois, 
Jo Daviess, Kane, Kankakee, Kendall, 
Knox, Lake, La Salle, Lee, Livingston, 
Marshall, McHenry, Mercer, Ogle, Peo- 
ria, Putnam, Rock Island, Stark, Ste- 
phenson, Warren, Whiteside, Will, Win- 
nebago and Woodford. 

JUDICIARY AND OFFICIALS. 

Presiding Justice, Dorrance Dibell, of 



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Joliet. Justices: Duane J. Carnes, of 
Sycamore, and George M. Thompson, of 
Galesburg. Clerk, C. C. Duflfy, Ottawa. 
Deputy Clerk, A. E. Snow, Ottawa. 

TERMS. 

At Ottawa, on the first Tuesdays of 
April and October. 

THIRD DISTRICT. 

Composed of the Counties of Adams, 
Brown, Calhoun, Cass, Champaign 
Christian, Clark, Coles, Cumberland, De 
Witt, Douglas, Edgar, Ford, Fulton, 
Greene, Hancock, Jersey, Logan, Macon 
Macoupin, Mason, McDonough, Mc 
Lean, Menard, Montgomery, Morgan 
Moultrie, Piatt, Pike. Sangamon, Schuy^ 
ler, Scott, Shelby, Tazewell and Ver- 
milion. 

JUDICIARY AND OFFICIALS. 

Justices: Leslie D. Puterbaugh, Peo- 
ria; Solon Philbrick, Champaign; M. W. 
Thompson, Danville. Clerk, Wm. C. 
Hippard, Springfield. 

TERMS. 

At Springfield, third Tuesdays in 
May and November. 

FOURTH DISTRICT. 

Composed of the Counties of Alex 
ander, Bond, Clay, Clinton, Crawford 
Edwards, Effingham, Fayette, Franklin 
Gallatin, Hamilton, Hardin, Jackson 
Jasper, Jefferson, Johnson, Lawrence, 
Madison, Marion, Massac, Monroe, 
Perry, Pope, Pulaski, Kandolph, Rich 
land, Saline, St. Clair, Union, Wabash, 
Washington, Wayne, White and Will 
iamson. 

JUDICIARY AND OFFICIALS, 

Justices: Harry Higbee, Pittsfield; 
Robert B. Shirley, Carlinville; James C. 
McBride, TayloVville. Clerk, A. C. 
Millspaugh, Mt. Vernon. 

TERMS. 

At Mt. Vernon, fourth Tuesdays of 
March and October, 



CIRCUIT COURT OF 
COOK COUNTY. 

(Clerk's Offices, 412 County Bldg. Tel. 
Franklin 3015.) 

JUDICIARY. 

Chief Justice, Jesse A. Baldwin, res. 
Oak Park, Tel. Oak Park 1426. 



ASSOCIATE JUDGES. 

Frank Baker (assigned to Appellate 
Court). 

Edward Ot Brown (assigned to Ap- 
pellate Court). 

John Gibbons, res, 2201 Cleveland av,, 
Lincoln 2191. 

Lockwood Honore, res. 83 E. Cedar 
St. North 821. 

George Kersten, res. 2328 Cleveland 
ave. 

John P. McGoorty, res. 6204 Kimbark 
av., Hyde Park 1401. 

Adelor J. Petit, res. 1802 Millard av. 

Merritt W. Pinckney, res. Hotel Del 
Prado., Tel. Hyde Park 2410. 

Kickham Scanlan, res., 2118 Ewing 
Place. Tel. Humboldt 9405. 

Frederick A. Smith (assigned to 
Branch Appellate Court). 

Eichard S. Tuthill, Evanston. Tel. 
1923. 

Charles M. Walker, res. 1128 La Salle 
av., Tel. North 3090. 

Thomas G. Windes, res. Winnetka. 

The terms of all Circuit Court judges 
expire in June, 1915. 

OFFICIALS. 

Clerk, John W. Kainey, res. 3622 
Union Ave., Tel. Yards 5140. 

Chief Clerk, Wm. J. Graham, 3717 
Indiana Ave., Tel. Douglas 2469. 

MASTERS IN CHANCERY. 

Farlin H. Ball (Judge Baldwin). 

Albert W. Brickwood (Judge Scan- 
lan), Granville W. Browning (Judge 
Honore), Ralph W. Condee (Judge 
Petit), William A. Doyle (Judge 
Windes), John W. Ellis (Judge Pinck- 
ney), Richard S. Folsom (Judge Brown), 
Stillman B. Jamieson (Judge Gibbons), 
Roswell B. Mason (Judge Mack), 
Geo. Mills Rogers (Judge Baker), 
Frederick Sass (Judge Fred A. Smith), 
Dennis W. Sullivan (Judge Kersten), 
Horatio L. Wait (Judge Tuthill), Sig- 
mund Zeisler (Judge Walker). 

Terms of masters expire December, 
1914. 

TERMS. 

Third Monday of each month. 
PRACTICAL RULE. 

The last day of service for each term 
is the second Friday preceding the first 
day of each term. 

Default days, in both law and chan- 
cery, are on the Wednesday following 
the third Monday of each month. 



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SUPERIOR COURT OF 
COOK COUNTY. 

(Clerk's Offices, South End Fourth 
Floor, County Bldg. Tel. Franklin 3015.) 

JUDICIARY. 

Chief Justice, Ben M. Smith, res. 1231 
Lunt av. Tel. Rogers Park 3757. As- 
signed to Appellate Court. (Term ex- 
pires December, 1913.) 

ASSOCIATE JUDGES. 

Albert C. Barnes, res. 1223 E. 50th st. 
Tel. Drexel 218, assigned to B Branch, 
Appellate Court (term expires 1917). 

Theodore Brentano, res. 701 Gordon 
Terrace, Lake View 3560, (term expires 
1915). 

Eichard E. Burke, res. 421 S. Central 
Park ave. Kedzie 3250 (term expires 
1916). 

Thomas C. Clark, res. Evanston. Tel. 
1784. Assigned to B. Branch Appellate 
Court (term expires 1916). 

William Fennimore Cooper, res. 813 
Dearborn ave. (term expires 1916). 

William E. Dever, res. 708 Buena av. 
Wellington 8936 (term expires 1916). 

Joseph H. Fitch. Assigned to D. 
Branch Appellate Court (term expires 
1917). 

Charles M. Foell, res. Virginia Hotel. 
Tel. North 1692 (term expires 1917). 

Henry V. Freeman, res. 5735 Washing- 
ton av. Tel. Hyde Park 1253 (term ex- 
pires 1917). 

Clarence N. Goodwin, res. 76 E. Mon- 
roe St. (term expires 1917). 

Martin M. Gridley, res. 1433 Hinman 
av. Evanston 85. Assigned to D. Branch 
Appellate Court (term expires 1916). 

Marcus Kavanagh, 216 E. 20th st., 
Calumet 3246 (term expires 1917). 

Charles A. McDonald, res. 6121 Ken- 
more av. Ravenswood 1545 (term ex- 
pires 1916). 

M. L. McKinley, res. 938 Glengyle pi. 
Edgewater 1417 (term expires 1917). 

William H. McSurely, res. 5136 Hib- 
bard Ave., assigned to D Branch Appel- 
late Court (term expires 1917). 

John M. O'Connor (will take his seat 
in December). 

Hugo Pam, res. 3843 S. Michigan av. 
Tel. Douglas 234 (term expires 1917). 

Denis E. Sullivan, res. 6009 Winthrop 
av. Tel. Edgewater 1966 (term expires 
1917). 

OFFICIALS. 

Clerk, Eichard J. McGrath, res. 648 
Carpenter St., Tel. Haymarket 4837. 

Chief Deputy, Silas F. Leachman, 
3713 Columbia St., Tel. Belmont 1140. 



MASTERS IN CHANCERY. 

Charles P. Abbey (Judge Ben M. 
Smith), Leo J. Doyle (Judge Gridley), 
Edward F. Dunne, Jr. (Judge Goodwin), 
James L Ennis (Judge Fitch), Frank 
Hamlin (Judge Foell), John S. Hum- 
mer (Judge McDonald), Wirt E. Hum- 
phrey (Judge Brentano), Martin J. 
Isaacs (Judge Burke), Michael E. Ma- 
her (Judge McKinley), Charles T. Ma- 
son (Judge Pam), David F. Matchett 
(Judge Barnes), James V. O'Donnell 
(Judge Kavanagh), Sidney S. Pollack 
(Judge Sullivan), Charles C. Stilwell 
(Judge Cooper), Charles J. Trainor 
(Judge Dever), James Turnock (Judge 
Clark), Joseph Weissenbach (Judge 
Freeman),. C. Arch Williams (Judge Mc- 
Surely). 

Terms of masters expire December,. 
1913. 

TERMS. 

First Monday in each month. 

PRACTICAL RULES. 

The last day for service is the second 
Friday preceding the first day of each 
term. Default day, in both law and 
chancery, is Wednesday, the third day 
of the term. 



PROBATE COURT OF 
COOK COUNTY. 

(Sixth Floor, South End County Bldg. 
Tel. Franklin 3015.) 

JUDICIARY. 

Charles S. Cutting, res. 307 N. Waller 
av., Austin 123 (term expires 1914). 

Assistants to Judge of Probate Court, 
Harry G. Keats, I. F. Dankowski, Philip 
P. Bregstone. 

OFFICIALS. 

Clerk, John A. Cervenka, res. 2438 
So. Lawndale av. Tel. Lawndale 4501. 

Chief Clerk, Cyril E. Jandus, 3803 W. 
26th St. Tel. Lawndale 4437. 

TERMS. 

Twelve terms each year, commencing 
on the first Monday of each month. 

PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR. 

James F. Bishop, 1008 City Hall 
Square Bldg. Tel. Ean. 7445. 

PUBLIC GUARDIAN. 

Nellie Carlin, 817-827 Unity Bldg., 127 
N. Dearborn St. Tel. Cent. 3640. Ean. 
3277. 



CinCAGO LAW DIRECTORY. 



COUNTY COURT OF 
COOK COUNTY. 

(Sixth Floor, North End County Bldg. 
Tel. Franklin 3015.) 
JUDICIAEY. 
Hon. John E. Owens, res. 3335 War- 
ren av. Tel. Kedzie 1673 (term ex- 
pires December, 1914). 

OFFICIALS. 
Clerk, Kobert M. Sweitzer, res. 2958 
W. Jackson blvd. Tel. Seeley 793. 
Chief Clerk, George L. McConnell, 218 
Seeley av. Assistant Chief Clerk, Wm. 
A. Harmon. 

TERMS. 
Twelve terms a year, commencing on 
the second Monday of each month. 



CRIMINAI. COURT OF 
COOK COUNTY. 

(Criminal Court Bldg., Michigan street 
and Dearborn avenue. Tel. Frank- 
lin 3015.) 
JUDICIARY. 
The judges of the Circuit and Supe- 
rior Courts alternate in presiding over 
the Criminal Court. 

OFFICIALS. 
Clerk, Frank J. Walsh, res. 542 W. 
65th St. Tel. Stewart 658, Franklin 3015, 
Local 195. Aut. 43-885. 

Chief Deputy, James R. Buckley, res. 
3521 Colorado "^Ave. Tel. Franklin 3015, 
Local 270, Aut. 43-760. 
TERMS. 
First Monday of each month. 



JUVENILE COURT. 

(Tenth Floor County Bldg. Tel. 
Franklin 3015.) 

Judiciary — The judges of the Circuit 
Court select one of its members each 
summer to sit in the Juvenile Court 
for one year. 

Assistant to the Judge — Mary M. Bar- 
telino. 

Jurisdiction — The Juvenile Court 
hears and disposes of cases brought be- 
fore it under the act to regulate the 
treatment and control of dependent, 
neglected and delinquent children. 

Chief Clerk— fieo. R. Brufc, 1419 N. 
Eidgeway Ave. Tel. Belmont O.'iO. 

City Prosecuting Attorney — Henry 
Eckhardt. 

Chief Probation Officer — Joel D. Hun- 
ter, 931 Hinnian Ave., Evanston. Tel. 
3127 W. 

Assistant Chief Probation Officer — 
Joseph L. Moss. 



OFFICIALS. 

CITY LAW DEPARTMENT. 

(Corporation Counsel's Office, Fifth 
Floor, City Hall. Tel. Main 447. 

Corporation Counsel — W. H. Sexton. 

First Assistant — John W. Beckwith. 

Assistants — Bryan Y. Craig, Harry J. 
Gane}', Max M. Korshak, Lee D. Math- 
ias, Nicholas Michels, George L. Eeker, 
S. Crawford Ross, Patrick W. Sullivan, 
S. A. T. Watkins, William Dillon, John 
F. Power, A. L. Gettys, Leon Hornstein, 
Charles M. Haft, James G. Skinner, J. 
J. Viterna, Otto C. Bruhlman, J. F. 
Grossman, Jas. St. Lawrence, Loring R. 
Hoover, Wm. J. Naughton, Geo. B. 
O'Reilly, A. E. Arkin, M. W. Cagney, 
E. J. Queeny, Louis Salinger. 

Fire Department Attorney — Joseph J. 
Murray. 

Law Department, Board Local Im- 
provements — Philip J. McKenna, Asst. 
Corp. Counsel and Attorney Board of 
Local Improvements. Assistant Corp. 
Counsels and Assist. Attys. for Board 
of Local Improvements — Howard F. 
Bishop, Geo. P. Foster, Eugene H. Du- 
pee, E. C. Frank Meier. 

(Room 602 City Hall. Tel. Main 447, 
Local 274.) 

City Attorney— N. L. Piotrowski. 

Chief Assistant City Attorney — Mor- 
ton A. Mergentheim. 

Assistant City Attorneys — J. R. Con- 
sidine, Francis F. Moran, Myer S. Em- 
rich, .Justin F. McCarthy, George Mc- 
Mahon, Matthew J. O'Brien, E. A. Prin- 
diville, David R. Levy, John B. Bren- 
za, Michael C. Zacharias, Matthew E. 
Clark, James J. O 'Toole, E. Marshall 
Amberg, Walter La Buy. 

Attorneys for the Board of Educa- 
tion — Richard S. Folsom, 1822 Commer- 
cial Natl. Bank Bldg. Tel. Cent. 348. 
Assistant Attorney — Angus Roy Shan- 
non, 607 Portland Blk. Ran. 281. 

(Room 604 City Hall. Tel. Main 447.) 
City Prosecuting Attorney — James S. 
Mclneincy. Chief Assistant — Albert J. 
W. Appell. Assistants — Morris Bar- 
nett, Geo. Emmicke, Frank J. Calupuy, 
Henry Eckhardt, Leroy Hackett, Arthur 
J. Haggenjos, Frank T. Huening, Julius 
Jaffe, Z. 11. Kadow, J. Henry Kraft, 
Ota T'. Lightfoot, Wm. Navigato, Walter 
A. l^ooney, Frank C. Souhrada, W. J. 
Yavra, Roman G. Lewis, U. S. Schwartz, 
Marshall Solberg. 



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STATE'S ATTORNEY'S OFFICE. 

(Criminal Court Bldg. Tel. Cent. 4870.) 

State's Attorney — Maclay Hoyne. As- 
sistant State's Attorneys — Frank John- 
ston, Jr., Michael Sullivan, B. J. Ma- 
hony, Henry A. Berger, Charles C. Case 
Marvin E. Barnhart, Francis W. Hinck 
ley, Thomas J. Finn, Malcolm B. Ster 
rett, Eugene C. O'Eeilly, Ernest Lang 
try, Irwin X. Walker, George C. Bliss, 
John E. Herren, Patrick J. Murphy 
John Prystalski, Everett Jennings, E. J. 
Eaber, John T. Fleming, Zach Hof 
heimer, William W. Witty, Stephen A 
Malato, H. X. Bell, Dwight McKay 
John K. Murphy, Eobert E. Hogan, Jo 
seph A. Smejkal, James C. Dooley, Wm 
H. Duval, Joseph E. Fahy, E. E. Wilson 
E. H. Evans. Private Secretary — Edw 
J. Fleming. 

Clerks and Investigators — Joseph P. 
Geary, E. A. Julin, T. McGrain, C. G, 
Kiessling, O. Hadacek, H. C. Shugart 
John Eusch, Wm. Sullivan, F. J. Tyr 
rell. 

COUNTY ATTORNEY'S OFFICE. 

(507 County Bldg. Franklin 3015.) 

County Attorney — Carl E. Chindblom. 
Assistants — William F. Struckmann, 
Louis B. Anderson, J. J. Crowley, 
Charles .J. Jones, William A. Adams. 

County Tax Expert — Peter H. 
Schmitz. Tel. Franklin 3015. 

Clerk— G. D. Hoffmann. 

SHERIFF'S OFFICE. 

(Eoom 423 County Bldg. Tel. Franklin 
3015.) 

OFFICIALS. 

Sheriff — Michael Zimmer, 2256 W. 
21st PI., Tel. Canal 726. Assistant 
Sheriff— Wm. H. Ehemann, 3042 South- 
port av. Chief Deputy — Charles W. 
Peters, 1511 N. Irving av., Tel. Hum- 
boldt 1S24. Summons Clerk — Frank 
Mcllvaiue, 2105 South Ashland av. Ex- 
ecution Clerk — W. G. Gregori, 391 
South California av. Real Estate 
Clerk— John E. Kelly, 517 Bowen Ave. 
Tel. Oakland 3755. 

City Deputies— Joel W. Arnett, 6437 
Drexel av.; Albert A. Bock, 3048 Diver- 
sey av. ; Virtus C. Eohm, 949 Laurel av. ; 
Henry Carroll, Victory Hotel; John M. 
Collins, 6627 Perry st.; Sarsfield Dunne, 
710 S. Sacramento blvd.; Harry P. 
Fleming, 4409 Emerald av.; Fred H. 
Higgins, 2842 Harvard st.; Thos. F. Mc- 



Mahon, 3842 Archer av.; James H. 
Frawley, 3611 Perry av.; John E. Otis, 
5835 S. Fifth av.; James T. Prender- 
gast, 1233 S. Lawndale av.; Joseph 
Pionke, Jr., 2434 N. Ashland av.; A. J. 
Quinn, 674 La Salle av.; A. D. Shilvock, 
2234 N. 50th av.; John P. Smith, 7043 
S. Morgan st.; Joseph Winandy, 5843 N. 
Clark St.; Frank Heppelman, 3553 S. 
Lincoln st.; Emil Hoechster, 2014 North 
Clark St.; Morris Wilson, 909 East 75th 
St.; Thomas Maekey, 3840 Wilcox av. 

Country Deputies — Anthony E. Bar- 
rett, 333 Lathrop av., Eiver Forest; 
Daniel P. Bergin, Chicago Heights; 
Amiel J. Changelon, 1023 Ayars pL, 
Evanston; Walter Fischbach, Lemont; 
Edward H. Meyer, Arlington Heights. 

Chief Bailiff— Chas. S. Brannon, 1S39 
W. Monroe st. 

Chief Bailiff, Criminal Courts — John 
C. Eyan, 850 Loomis st. 

Jailer— Will T. Davies, 611 East 41st 
st. Assistant Jailers— Peter L. Hoffman, 
1901 13th St.; Arthur E. Jacobus, 2138 
Greenwich st.; John J. Meyers, 3334 
Herndon st. 

SANITARY DISTRICT OF 
CHICAGO. 

(Law Department, 7th Floor Karpen 

Bldg., 900 Michigan Ave. Tel. 

Wabash 1320.) 

Assistant Attorneys — James S. Handy, 

Charles E. Anthony, Oscar H. Olsen, 

William Beebe, Walter E. Beebe, Frank 

N. Moore, Jos. A. Culkin, Christopher 

Mamer, Jr., Eoss C. Hall, Wm. C. Asay, 

Edmund M. Sinnott, Thomas J. Johnson, 

James M. Slattery, Edward J. Daragh, 

John F. Bolton, Joseph Lisack. 

INHERITANCE TAX 
ATTORNEY. 

(734 Otis Bldg. Tel. Franklin 3500.) 

Attorney — Thomas J. Young. Assist- 
ants — Francis T. Sullivan, John J. Poul- 
ton. 

CORONER'S OFFICE. 

(500 County Bldg. Tel. Franklin 3015.) 
Coroner — Peter M. Hoffman, Des- 
plaines. 111. Tel. Desplaines 20. Chief 
Deputy — David E. Jones, 2608 E. 76th 
St. Tel. So. Chicago 572. Chief Coro- 
ner's Physician — H. G. W. Eeinhardt, 
2656 Logan blvd., Tel. Humboldt 1S04. 
Coroner's Physicians — Joseph Springer, 
5629 Indiana av., Tel. Wentworth 1390. 



CHICAGO LAW DIKECTORY. 



E. R. LeCount, 6026 Monroe ave, W. 
H. Burmeister, 1511 Congress st. Dep- 
uty Coroners — Matt. Conrad, 932 N. 
Oakley; Samuel L. Davis, Park Eidge; 
Adolp'h Herrmann, 624 S. Peoria St.; 
Geo. Hitzman, 3554 Dickens av.; Chas. 

F, Kenned}', 1814 Eddy St.; Wm. Os- 
trom, 3136 Princeton av.; Geo. A. Web- 
ster, Desplaines, III.; M. P. Hartney, 707 
Diversey blvd.; M. G. Walsh, 4738 Union 
av.; David J. Gillespie, Desplaines, 111. 
Clerk — E. M. Smith, Evanston, 111. 
Private Secretary — Kat Hudson, 842 
Barry av., Tel. Graeeland 3916. 

COMMISSIONERS OF 
COOK COUNTY. 

537 Courthouse, Tel. Franklin 3015.) 

President — Alex. A. McCormick. 

Clerk of County Board— Robert M. 
Sweitzer. 

Commissioners — Alex. A. McCormick, 
Peter Bartzen, Frank Ragen, Joseph M. 
Fitzgerald, Bartley Burg, David J. Har- 
ris, Stanley Kuflewski, Daniel Moriarty, 
John E. Maloney, Albert Nowak, city 
districts; Avery Coonley, Harley B. 
Mitchell, E. M. Board, John J. Gard, 
A. N. Anderson, country districts. 

Committee Clerk— P. J. Ellert, 537 
County Bldg. 

Deputy Comptroller — Frank S. Ryan. 

Chief Clerk— M. J. O'Connor. 

Superintendent of Public Service- 
Robert E Kenyon. 

COUNTY TREASURER'S OFFICE. 

First and Second Floors County Bldg. 

County Treasurer — William L. 'Con- 
uell. 

Assistant Treasurer — Marcus Jacob- 
owsky. 

COUNTY CLERK'S OFFICE 

r County Bldg. Tel. Franklin 3015.) 
County Clerk — Robert M. Sweitzer. 
Chief Deputy — John Mack. 

JURY COMMISSION. 

(824 County Bldg. Tel. Franklin 3015.) 
Commissioners — William A. Amberg, 
president; Joseph H. Barnett, secretary; 
Richard J. Finnegan. Clerk — Roswell 
n. Mason. 

RECORDER'S OFFICE. 

(Main Floor County Bldg. Tel. Frank- 
lin 3015.) 
County Recorder — Joseph F. Connery. 
Chief Clerk— John P. Dougherty. | 

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REGISTRAR OF TITIiES. 

(Main Floor County Bldg. Tel. Frank- 
lin 3015.) 

Registrar— Joseph F. Connery. 

Examiners — Albert H. Tyrrell, Edgar 
H. Parnell, James F. Fardy. 

Advisory Examiners — Chas. T. Far- 
son, Alex. F. Eeichmann. 

CIVIL SEVICE COMMIS- 
SION. 

CHICAGO. 

(610 City Hall. Main 447.) 
Commissioners — Harmon M. Camp- 
bell, Elton Lower, John J. Flynn. 
President — Harmon M. Campbell. 
Secretary — R. A. Widdowson. 
Counsel — Herbert J. Friedman. 

COOK COUNTS. 

(547 County Bldg. Franklin 3015.) 
Commissioners — Robert Catherwood, 

President; Anna E. Xicbols, Secretary, 

and W. Francis Corby. 

ELECTION COMMISSION- 
ERS. 

(Third Floor City Hall. Tel. Main 
764.) 

Commissioners — Charles H. Keller- 
mann, Anthony Czarnecki and Howard 
S. Taylor. 

Chairman — Charles H. Kellermann. 

Secretary — Anthony Czarnecki. 

Chief Clerk— Wm. H. Stuart. 

Assistant Chief Clerk — Warren Phin- 
ney. 

Attorney — Charles H. Mitchell. 

COUNTY SURVEYOR 

(1020 County Bldg.) 
County Surveyor — George C. Water- 
man. 

Duties: The Surveyor is required to 
make all official surveys in the County. 

COUNTY MAGISTRATES. 

Arlington Heights — John V. Whiting. 
Barrington— L. IT. Bennett. 
Bellwood — Wm. S. Rowe. 
Berwyn — George Petertil. 
Blue Island — James H. Carroll. 
Brookfield— Wm. F. Hoig. 
Bumham — Charles, Wittenberg. 
Chicago Heights — Charles E. Duesler. 
Cicero — John Christenson. 
Desplaines — Eugene W. Rogers. 
De Young — Stanley Swiercz. 
Dolton — James McGowan. 



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Evanston — John T- Boyer (Town of 
Eidgeville). 

Evergreen Park — Richard Eohsnagel. 

Forest Park — Henry D. Schumacher, 

Franklin Park — Frank M. Johnson. 

Glencoe — Hamilton M. Robinson. 

Glen View — James P. Cole. . 

Glenwood — Lea A. Philips. 

Gross Point — Otto Falk. 

Harvey— James A. Bates. 

Hazelcrest — Harry J. Mell. 

Hillside— Fred Millies. 

Homewood — Jabez C. Howe, Jr. 

Kenilworth — Arthur S. McKenna 

La Grange — Daniel W. Munn. 

La Grange Park — Presley L. Hooker. 

Lansing — Charles Neufer. 

Lemont — Frederick Simon. 

Lyons — John R. McDonnell. 

Matteson — Jacob Newman. 

Maywood — Frederick W. Seymour. 

Melrose Park — Charles S. Bell. 

Morgan Park — P. F. Ness. 

Morton Grove — Adolph H. Poehlmann. 

Mt. Greenwood — Alex. H. E. Grant. 

Niles— R. E. Doros. 

Niles Center — Henry A. Remke. 

Oak Park — Arthur J. Kendall. 

Palatine^James H. Boynton. 

Park Ridge— Chester MeNally. 

Phoenix — Charles H. Holland. 

Posen — Wm. H. Green. 

Ridgeville — John F, Boyer. 

Riverdale — John E. Schaefer. 

River Forest — Walter M. Oliphant. 

River Grove — F. L. Brown. 

Riverside — Andrew Baumgardner. 

River View — John F. Dittmann. 

Shermanville — Gus A. Olson. 

South Chicago Heights— Clarence S. 
Tisdale. 

Spring Forests— B. E. Reich. 

Stegar— Henry Wolff. 

Summit — Thomas Barrett. 

Tessville — Charles Karthen. 

Thornton — Timothy E. Maxwell. 

Tinley Park — C. Andres. 

West Hammond — Adam Stachowicz. 

Western Springs — Joseph Novotney. 

Wheaton — F. E. Herrick. 

Wheeling — George Sicks. 

Wilmette — John Ling. 

Winnetka — Carlton Prouty. 

COUNTY JUSTICES. 

Barrington — Fred H. Frye, Barring- 
ton; I. B. Fox, Barrington. 

Berwyn— W. W. Calkins, J. F. Hur- 
ley. 

Bloom— J. C. Kotal, David B. De Voe, 
Chas. J. Sauter, Manuel Sultan, John H. 
Kaufman, all at Chicago Heights, HI. 



Bremen— Wm. Moak, Tinley Park- 
Otto J. Peets, Blue Island. ' 

Calumet — Andrew Baumgartner, Riv- 
erdale; Henry G. Myrick, Morgan Park- 
Wm. J. Schulz, Blue Island. 

Cicero— Joseph J. Zbetovsky, Morton 
Park; D. A. McDonald, Nicholas Knol 
Sr., Richard Waruke. ' 

Elk Grove— Wm. Busse, Elmer Sig- 
walt, Wm. HuUke, Mt. Prospect. 

Hanover— Henry Schramm, Elgin ; 
Herman H. Schultz. 

Lemont — Wm. Cummings, John, W. 
McCarthy, A. F. Nagel, Peter Ander- 
son. 

Leyden— Clarence R. Little, Frank- 
lin Park; Wm. F. Mueller, Kolze; Edgar 
E. Skillin. 

Lyons— E. R. Polk, P. O. LaGrange: 

Willis N. Ward, Willow Springs; 
Thomas Alway, Congress Park; Frank 
O'Heran and John Kirk, Jr., Summit. 

Maine— Charles E. Miller, Michael 
Schiessle, Park Ridge; August Molden- 
hauer, Desplaines; Fred Thoma, Des- 
plaines. 

New Trier— Alfred E. Logie, Fred 
O. Mason, Frank Pavlik, Jr., S. A. Goss, 
Fred B. Crossley. 

Niles — Andrew Schmitz, Niles Center; 
Joseph Hoss, Morten Grove; Frank Kar- 
lovsky. 

Northfield— C. D. Rugen, Glenview; 
Henry Glos, Shermerville. 

Norwood Park— Noah James Hen- 
nings. 

Oak Park— Frank F. Aring, 608 South 
Oak Park Ave., Tel. Oak Park 2744. 
Chicago office, 17 N. La Salle St., Tel. 
Main 3116. F. A. McKee, 433 Harvey 
Ave.; Henry Neil, J. Kentner Elliott, 
A. R. Hulbert. 

Orland — Adam Schilling. 

Palatine— A. S. 01ms, Edson L. Bald- 
win. 

Palos — John Huhn, Oak Lawn; Eu- 
gene Kelly. 

Proviso— Thomas E. McBride, Melrose 
Park; Frank R. Vosburg, Geo. W. Carr, 
Fifth Ave. and St. Charles, Maywood; 
Albert Blessmann, Forest Park. 

Rich— Philip Gleaser, Richton. 

Ridgeville— Thomas C. Elliott, Wm. 
J. Schutz, Henry M. Bartlett, I. Karl 
Davidson, Wm. G. Norkett. 

Riverside— F. S. McClory, Herbert J. 
Campbell. 

Schaumberg — John Meyer, Henry E. 
Quindel. 

Stickney — George Hill, Clearing; Al- 
bert Marshall, Clearing. 

Thornton— Peter De Young, South 



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Holland; Daniel T. Curran, Frank Green, 
Alex J. Macdouald, Thomas Harper. 

Wheeling — Jacob Fritsch, Mt. Pros- 
pect; William Thiemann, Arlington 
Heights. 

Worth^John L. Zacharias, Blue Isl- 
and; A. X. Townsend, Blue Island; John 
T. Emery, Oak Lawn; Ben Schall, John 
G. Deifenbach. 

COUNTY CONSTABLES. 

Barrington — Geo. M. Wagner, Bar- 
ringtou; Philip M. Miller. 

Berwyn^ — Edward Eitter, Berwyn. 

Bloom — Chas. Mav, Chicago Heights; 
John P. Halleck. 

Calumet — ^A. J. Gazelle, Blue Island; 
Will. Foley. 

Cicero — John F. Obear, Grant Works; 
Earl Varner, Frank Kirchman. 

Elk Grove — Henry Beigel, Mt. Pros- 
pect. 

Glencoe — Lewis C. Conrad, Police 
Constable. 

Hanover — Albert Piegorsh, Bartlett; 

Lemont — Geo. H. New, Frank Frel- 
ichowski, John Kipple. 

Leyden — Halley P. Lane, Eiver 
Grove; Frank Wilke, David Hoving. 

Lyons — Fred C. Zimmerman, Lyons; 
Charles Hoppenrath, La Grange; John 
E. McDonald, Lyons; John D. Welch, 
Summit. 

Maine — Charles J. Johnson, Walter E.. 
Wheeler, Desplaines; Paul H. Laing. 

New Trier — Peter Kloepfer, Grosse 
Point; Lewis C. Conrad, John J. Peters, 
Eobert L. Waters. 

Niles — A. C. Kadlec, Jr., Niles, Math- 
ew Conrad. 

Northfield — Henry Mentzer, Prairie 
View. 

Norwood Park — Philip Du Shane. 

Oak Park— J. W. Eex. 

Orland — Peter J. Pitts, Adams Gun- 
derman. 

Palatine — Frank Gahlbeck, Henry H. 
Devcrinann. 

Palos — Robert E. McKinney. 

Proviso — Thomas Boddy, Melrose 
Park; John Mick, Tliomas Boddy. 

Rich — Wm. Dietrichs, Matteson. 

Ridgeville — Henrv F. Witt, Charles 
E. Hetlbk.iii, Wm. "h. Gill, Fred Bubo. 

Riverside — C. M. Badger, Joseph B. 
Ditto. 

Schaumberg — Henry C. Winkelhake, 
Fred W. Pfingston. 

Stickney — Olin Parks, Wm. Cure. 

Thornton — Wm. Busack, Lansing; Ed- 
mund Dillner, John Laschinski, Frank J. 
Quinlan. 



Wheeling — D. T. MacNab, Arlington 
Heights; Henry Horstmann, Arlington 
Heights; Henry Hipp. 

Worth— Ettian H. Wattles and Joseph 
Jizisik, Blue Island; John Freeman, Jo- 
seph Exter, John S. Hayden. 



Illinois State Bar Association 

OFFICIALS FOR 1913-14 

President — Robert McMurdy, Chicago. 

Vice-Presidents — Edward C. Kramer, 
East St. Louis; James M. Sheehan, Chi- 
cago, and William F. Bundy, Centralia. 

Secretary and Treasurer — John E. 
Voigt, Mattoon. Chicago office, 856 
Federal Bldg. 



Chicago Bar Association 

(1110 Fort Dearborn Bldg. Tel. Cent. 5528) 

Officers and Committees for 
1912-13 

OFFICERS. 

John T. Richards, President. 
Silas H. Strawn, First Vice-President. 
Mitchell D. FoUansbee, Second Vice- 
President. 

Richard S. Folsom, Secretary. 
William Brown, Jr., Treasurer. 
Carlos P. Sawyer, Librarian. 

BOARD OF MANAGERS. 

Edgar B. Tolman, James G. Condon, 
Carl Meyer, Conrad H. Poppenhusen, 
George E. Chipman, Carl E. Latham, 
Joseph W. Moses, and the president, 
vice-presidents, secretary, treasurer and 
librarian. 

COMMITTEE ON ADMISSIONS. 

William Eothmann, Chairman; How- 
ard P. Castle, James Jay Sheridan, Al- 
bert R. Gates, Jesse R. Long, Charles J. 
O 't^onnor. 

Duties: To examine into qualifica- 
tions of applicants for admission to 
membership in the Association, and re- 
port thereon. 

COMMITTEE ON GRIEVANCES. 

Cecil I'age, Cliairmaii; Del])ert A. 
Clithero, Frank W. Swett, William R. 
Moss, Elmer D. Brothers. 

Duties: To hear complaints against 
members of the Association and com- 
plaints made in matters affecting the 
interests of the legal profession, the 
practice of law, and the administration 
of justice, and report same to the 



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Board of Managers with recommenda- 
tions. 

JUDICIARY COMMITTEE. 

Edmund S. Cummings, Chairman; C. 
LeEoy Brown, John O'Connor, William 
S. Oppenheim, Henry W. Wolseley. 

Duties: To investigate all com- 
plaints involving the conduct of judi- 
cial officers; to observe the workings 
of our judicial systems; to collect in- 
formation on subjects relating to im- 
provement of the same and the admin- 
istration of the law, and make recom- 
mendations thereon. 

COMMITTEE ON LEGAL EDUCA- 
TION. 

Nathan William MacChesney, Chair- 
man; Amos C. Miller, Charles K. Holden, 
Marquis Eaton, Thomas E. D. Bradlej'. 

Duties: To examine and report what 
changes it is expedient to propose in 
the system of legal education, and of 
admission to practice. 

COMMITTEE ON AMENDMENT OF 
THE LAW. 

Almon W. Bulkley, Chairman; Ste- 
phen A. Foster, Gustave F. Fischer, 
Fred A. Eowe, James Hamilton Lewis. 

Duties: To give attention to all pro- 
posed changes in the law, to report 
their recommendations as to approval 
or disapproval of such proposed changes 
in the law, and if a change is approved 
by the Board of Managers, to report for 
approval a draft of a bill embodying 
the changes contemplated. 

PUBLIC SERVICE COMMITTEE. 

John M. Cameron, Chairman; W^ar- 
wick A. Shaw, Dudley Taylor, Joseph 
B. David, Alfred O. Erickson. 

Duties: To observe the conduct of 
the clerks, bailiffs and other subordin- 
ate employes about the courts and pub- 
lic offices connected therewith; to call 
attention to such matters as may con- 
cern the health, comfort and conven- 
ience of those who may have business 
in the courts and public offices; and to 
investigate and report on all matters 
relating to the public service which may 
be referred to them. 

ENTERTAINMENT COMMITTEE. 

Edwin A. Munger, Chairman; Harlan 
W. Cooley, Joseph B. Fleming, John T. 
Evans, Thomas G. Deering, George E. 
Jenkins. 



COMMITTEE ON RULES OF COURT. 

Edgar B. Tolman, Chairman; Joseph 
W. Moses, Albert M. Kales, Horace 
Kent Tenney, James G. Condon, George 
W. Miller. 

COMMITTEE ON PERSONS ASSUM- 
ING TO PRACTICE LAW WITH- 
OUT LICENSE. 

Wm. T. Hapeman, Chairman; A. A. 
Eolf, William Karr Steele, Henrv M. 
Shabad, Patrick L. McArdle. 

Duties: To receive complaints against 
persons assuming to practice law with- 
out having been duly licensed by the 
Supreme Court, and procure the prose- 
cution of such persons. 

COMMITTEE ON CHANGE IN METH- 
OD OF SELECTING AND RE- 
TIRING JUDGES. 

William Dillon, Chairman; John H. 
Wigmore, George T. Buckingham, Sig- 
mund Zeisler, Ealph E. Lounsbury. 

COMMITTEE ON MUNICIPAL 
COURTS. 

Donald E. Eichberg, Chairman; Clyde 
E. Shorey, Peter L. Evans, Chilton P. 
Wilson, James D. Woley. 

Duties: To observe the workings of 
the Municipal Court system; to collect 
information thereon; to confer with 
the Judges of the Municipal Court re- 
garding changes in the system, or rules 
of practice and procedure, or any mat- 
ter affecting the bar in relation to the 
court; and to recommend such action 
as may be deemed expedient. 

COMMITTEE ON SOLICITATION OF 
BUSINESS BY ATTORNEYS. 

James S. Handy, Chairman; Hamilton 
Moses, Henry E. Baldwin. 

MEMORIAL COMMITTEE. 

William Eliot Furness, Chairman; Ho- 
ratio L. Wait, Joseph B. Leake, Eichard 
W. Clifford, Millard E. Powers. 

Duties: To cause to be prepared an- 
nually a suitable memorial volume con- 
taining biographical sketches of mem- 
bers of the Association who have died 
during the year. 

COMMITTEE ON DEFENSE OF POOR 
PERSON ACCUSED OF CRIME. 

Harry E. Smoot, Joseph B. Burtt. 



CHICAGO LAW DIRECTORY. 



CHICAGO LAW INSTITUTE 

(1025 County Bldg. Tel. Main 4301. 
OFFICIALS FOR 1912. 

Frederick A. Smith, President; George 
Packard, First A^ice-President; Eobert 
C. Fergus, Second Vice-President; Al- 
fred E. Barr, Secretary; Frederic S. 
Hebard, Treasurer; William H. Holden, 
Librarian; John W. Fellows, Assistant 
Librarian. 

BOARD OF MANAGERS. 

Board of Directors — Walter D. Her- 
rick, Charles J. O'Connor, Lyman M. 
Paine, Donald L. Morrill, Charles T. B. 
Goodspeed, William S. Johnston, Samuel 
A. Harper, Stanley Eich, Gabrial J. 
Norden. 

MEETINGS. 

Eegular monthly meeting of Execa- 
tive Board on first Saturday of each 
month. Annual meeting of stockhold- 
ers on first Saturday following the 
third Monday in each year. 
STOCK. 

The use of the Library is confined to 
stockholders, annual ticket-holders and 
quarterly ticket-holders. Stock is sold 
for $110 cash or $120 in installments. 
Annual tickets, costing $10 per year 
more than the net annual assessment, 
expire with the current year. Quarter- 
ly tickets are sold at $7 per quarter. 
Stockholders pay an annual assessment 
levied each year. 



THE LAWYERS' CLUB 

Conway Building. 

Temporary Offices — 
Chicago Opera House Block. 

OFFICERS. 

First Vice-President — • William T. 
Alden. 

Second Vice-President — Emil C. Wet- 
ten. 

Treasurer — Frank H. Jones. 

Secretary — G. E. M. Pratt. 

Trustees — Marcus Kavanagh, Theo- 
dore Brentano, Eichard S. Tuthill, 
Charles M. Walker, Charles M. Fooll, 
Harry Olson, Simeon P. Shope, Albert 
M. kales, Brode B. Davis, John D. 
Black, Eobert J. Cary, Edward M. Hy- 
zer, Willard M. McEwen, William C. 
Rigbv, Amos C. Miller, William A. 
Doyle, Emil C. Wetten, William T. 
Alden, Frank H. Jones, Samuel Shaw 
Parks, G. E. M. Pratt. 

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LAWYERS' ASSOCIATION OF 
ILLINOIS 

(Karpen Bldg., 900-919 South Michigan 
Avenue.) 

OFFICIALS FOR 1913. 

President — Edward Maher. 

First Vice-President — Newton Wyeth. 

Second Vice-President — Fred Mains. 

Secretary — Frank N. Moore, 900 S. 
Michigan Ave. Wabash 1320. 

Treasurer — Harry Brown, 45-112 N. 
La Salle St. Main 2079. 

BOARD OF DIRECTORS. 

Eichard J. Cooney, Chairman, 1202 
Ashland Blk., Tel. Cent. 925; Henry M. 
Ashton, James E. Ward, E. W. Adkin- 
son, Nathan Kaplan. 

LEGISLATIVE COMMITTEE. 

Henry M. Ashton, Chairman, 1109-139 
N. Clark St., Tel. Cent. 4634; Morse 
Ives, Elmer J. Tone, Eichard J. Finn, 
H. W. Standidge. ' 

JUDICIARY COMMITTEE. 

Henry J. Toner, Chairman, 948 Nat. 
Life Bldg., Ean. 5048; Alphonse Lefkow, 
Oliver Barrett, Ambrose A. Worsley, 
Ellis D. Whipp. 

GRIEVANCE COMMITTEE. 

Stewart E. Brown, Chairman, 1131-36, 
127 N. Dearborn St., Tel. Cent. 2628; 
James J. O 'Toole, Wm. S. Newberger. 

MEMBERSHIP COMMITTEE. 

Charles C. Spencer, Chairman, 37 Met- 
ropolitan Blk., Tel. Main 2662; Leopold 
Saltiel, Clarence A. Toolen, Gerald A. 
Turnbull, Daniel W. Scanlan. 

EDUCATION AND LIBRARY 
COMMITTEE. 

Daniel L. Cruice, Chairman, 1231-127 
N. Dearborn St., Tel. Cent. 1799; Mich- 
ael E. Maher, C. S. O'Meara, Glenn E. 
Plumb, Jacob Kaplan. 



MEMORIAL COMMITTEE. 

Henry M. Shabad, Chairman, 801 Eea- 
per Blk., Tel. Cent. 1888; Walter D. 
Jones, Aaron Soble, Cuthbcrt D. Potts, 
Jacob Levy. 

PUBLIC SERVICE COMMITTEE. 

Wm. Eeeda, Chairman, 716 City Hall 
Square Bldg., Tel. Ean. 3960; Samuel 
Block, Guiseppe Zelina, B. J. Vvellman, 
Chauncey M. Millar, Edward Maher. 



Municipal Court of Chicago 

CITY HALL, 8th, 9th and 11th Floors 
Tel. Franklin 2684 



JUDICIARY. 

Chief Justice, Harry Olson, res. 3933 
Clarendon Ave. (Term expires 1918.) 

ASSOCIATE JUDGES. 

Henry C. Beitler, res. 2122 Lincoln Park 

West.; Tel. Lincoln 1708 (term ex- 
pires 1914). 
Sheridan E. Fry, res. 6411 Langley Ave. 

Tel. Wentworth 7187 (term expires 

1914). 
Fred L. Fake, res. 5534 Washington 

ave.; tel. Hyde Park 140 (term ex- 
pires 1914). I 
Charles N. Goodnow, res. 7200 Euclid 

ave.; tel. Hyde Park 5952 (term ex- 
pires 1914). 
Frank H. Graham, 5319 Michigan Ave. 

Tel. Drexel 1929 (term expires 1914). 
Hugh E. Stewart, res. 455 W. 60th St.; 

tel. Normal 1804 (term expires 1914). 
Oscar M. Torrison, res. 2944 Logan Blvd. 

Tel. Belmont 4279 (term expires 

1914). 
Hosea W. Wells, res. 1943 W. Adams st.; 

tel. Seeley 5753 (term expires 1914). 
Joseph Z. Uhlir, res. 2410 Clifton Park 

av.; tel. Lawndale 593 (term expires 

1914). 
John E. Caverly, 278 S. Clark St.; tel. 

Wabash 2282 (term expires 1916). 
Harry P. Dolan, 3528 Fulton Ave. Tel. 

Kedzie 2380 (term expires 1916). 
Jacob H. Hopkins, Illinois Athletic 

Club. Tel. Ean. 512 (term expires 

1916). 
James C. Martin, 2944 Indiana av.; tel. 

Douglas 7023 (term expires 1916). 
John E. Newcomer, res. 4210 Gladys 

ave.; tel. Kedzie 2723 (term expires 

1916). 
John J. Eooney, 2970 Archer av.; tel. 

Yards 2380 (term expires 1916). 
Joseph Sabath, 4828 Grand blvd.; tel. 

Drexel 7271 (term expires 1916). 
Thomas F. Scully, 1107 Ashland Blvd. 

Tel. Monroe 122 (term expires 1916). 
David Sullivan, res 427 E. 48th PI. Tel. 

Drexel 5947 (term expires 1916). 
Charles A. Williams, 3516 Janssen av.; 

tel. Graceland 3383 (term expires 

1916). 
John Courtney, res. 6325 Jackson Ave.; 

Tel. Hyde Park 844 (term expires 
1918). 
Harry M. Fisher, res. 3247 Douglas 

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Blvd.; Tel. Lawndale 4902 (term ex- 
pires 1918). 

William N. Gemmill, res. 5406 Ellis 
Ave.; Tel. Hyde Park 2473 (term ex- 
pires 1918). 

Hugh J. Kearns, res. 3617 Colorado 
Ave.; Tel. Kedzie 5424 (term expires 
1918). 

Joseph S. La Buy, res. 915 Milwaukee 
Ave.; Tel. Haymarket 3280 (term ex- 
pires 1918). 

John A. Mahoney, res. 1426 Sherwin 
Ave.; Tel. Eogers Park 462 (term ex- 
pires 1918). 

John K. Prindiville, res. 3400 Vernon 
Ave.; Tel. Douglas 3837 (term expires 
1918). 

Joseph P. Eafferty, res. 1143 Hayes 
Ave.; Tel. Eogers Park 7483 (term ex- 
pires 1918). 

Joseph E. Eyan, res. 5217 Magnolia 
Ave.; Tel. Edgw. 4626 (term expires 
1918). 

John J. Sullivan, res. 944 W. Garfield 
Blvd.; Tel. Yards 3921 (term expires 
1918). 

Edward T. Wade, res. 5234 Michigan 
Ave.; Tel. Drexel 1081 (term expires 
1918). 

OFFICIALS. 

(Business Office, Chief Justice, Eoom 
917 City Hall. Tel. Franklin 2684.) 

(Asst. to Chief Justice— Walter V. 
Hayt, res. 4647 Dover St.; tel. Edge- 
water 6601. 

(Asst. to Chief Justice — J. Kent 
Greene, res. 4645 No. Paulina st.; tel. 
Edgewater 7063). 

Asst. to Chief Justice — Eoy E. Miller, 
6454 Ingleside ave. 

(aerk's Office, 814 City Hall. Tel. 
Eandolph 2330.) 

Clerk— Frank P. Danisch. 

Chief Deputy Clerk — John S. Derpa, 
8839 Exchange Ave. Tel. So. Chicago 
625. 

(Bailiff's Office, 804 City Hall. Tel. 
Franklin 2684.) 

Bailiff — Anton J. Cermak, res. 2532 S. 
Trumbull Ave. Tel. Lawndale 4817. 

Chief Deputy Bailiff — George H. 
Woods, res. 2052 Lane place, third flat, 
Tel. Lincoln 129. 

Asst. Chief Deputy Bailiff— Christian 
L. Haas, 3840 W. Van Buren st.; tel. 
Garfield 8553. 



CHICAGO LAW DIRECTORY. 



LOCATION OF COURTS AND TELE 
PHONES. 

CIVIL COUETS. 

First District— Sth, 9th and 11th floors 
City Hall. Tel. Franklin 2684. 

Second District— 8855 and 8857 Ex- 
change ave., South Chicago; tel. So. 
Chi. 709. 

CRIMINAL COURTS— FIRST DIS- 
TRICT. 
Criminal Court Branch I (Jury Trials), 

Criminal Court Bldg., Dearborn ave. 

& Michigan St.; tel. Franklin 2684. 
Criminal Court Branch II, Criminal 

Court Bldg., Dearborn ave. & Mich- 
igan St.; tel. Franklin 3015. 
South Clark Street Branch— 625 South 

Clark St.; tel. Franklin 2684. 
Desplaines Street Branch — 120 North 

Desplaines st.; tel. Franklin 2684. 
Maxwell Street Branch — Maxwell and 

Morgan sts.; tel. Franklin 2684. 
Hyde Park Branch— 5233 Lake ave.; 

tel. Hyde Park 4670. 
East Chicago Avenue Branch — 115 East 

Chicago av.; tel. North 1037. 
Sheffield Avenue Branch— 2742 Sheffield 

ave.; tel. North 960. 
Englewood Branch — 6347 Wentworth 

ave.; tel. Wentworth 373. 
Shakespeare Ave. Branch — 2138 No. 

California ave.; tel. Humboldt 859. 
Thirty-filth Street Branch— 728 W. 35th 

St.; tel. Yards 1260. 
Second District — 8855 and 8857 Ex- 
change ave., corner 89th st.; tel. So. 

Chi. 709. 

DISTRICTS. 

The First District comprises the en- 
tire City of Chicago exclusive of the 
Second District as described below. 

The Second District comprises the 
territory bounded on the North by the 
center line of 71st street, on the "West 
by Cottage Grove avenue from 71st 
street to 95th street; thence East on 
the center line of 95th street to the 
center line of the Illinois Central Rail- 
road; thence Southwest along said cen- 
ter line of said Railroad to the East 
and West half section line of Section 
27, T. 37 N., R. 14 E. of the 3rd P. M.; 
thence East along said half section line 
to the center line of Cottage Grove 
avenue as extended South; thence 
South to the City limits; on the South 
by the City limits and on the East by 
the City limits and Lake Michigan. 

JURISDICTION. 

The Municipal Court has jurisdiction 
in the following cases: 



First ClMs: All actions on contracts 
expressed or implied when the amount 
claimed, exclusive of costs, exceeds one 
thousand dollars; all actions for the re- 
covery of personal property when the 
value of the property sought to be re- 
covered as claimed by the plaintiff ex- 
ceeds one thousand dollars; all actions 
for the recovery of damages for the 
conversion of personal property and ac- 
tions for the recovery of damages for 
injuries to personal property when the 
amount of damages sought to be re- 
covered as claimed by the plaintiff, ex- 
clusive of costs, exceeds one thousand 
dollars. 

Second Class: Causes transferred 
from other Courts. 

Third Class: All criminal cases in 
which the punishment is by fine or im- 
prisonment otherwise than in the peni- 
tentiary, and all other criminal cases 
which the laws in force from time to 
time may permit to be prosecuted 
otherwise than on indictment by a 
grand jury. 

Fourth Class: All civil actions, quasi 
criminal actions excepted, for the re- 
covery of money only when the amount 
claimed by the plaintiff, exclusive of 
costs, does not exceed one thousand 
dollars, the amount in any action on 
a bond to be determined by the amount 
actually sought to be recovered and 
not by the penalty of the bond; all ac- 
tions for the recovery of personal prop- 
erty when the value of the property 
sought to be recovered does not exceed 
one thousand dollars; all actions of 
forcible detainer; all proceedings for 
the trial of the right of property; and 
all actions and proceedings of which 
Justices of the Peace formerly had 
jurisdiction and which are not other- 
wise provided for in the Municipal 
Court Act, in which class of actions 
and proceedings the Municipal Court 
has jurisdiction where the amount 
sought to be recovered does not ex- 
ceed one thousand dollars. In any ac- 
tion of the fourth class for the re- 
covery of money only, judgments may 
be rendered for over one thousand 
dollars where the excess over one thou- 
sand dollars shall consist of interest 
or damages or costs accrued after the 
commencement of such action. 

Fifth Class: All quasi criminal ac- 
tions excepting bastardy cases. 

Sixth Class: All proceedings for the 
prevention of the commission of crimes; 
all proceedings for the arrest, exami- 
nation, commitment and bail of per- 
sons charged with criminal offenses; 



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CHICAGO LAW DIRECTORY. 



all proceedings pertaining to searches 
and seizures of personal property by 
means of search warrants; and all 
bastardy cases. 

VENUE. 

In cases of the first class the de- 
fendant may be served anywhere in 
the City of Chicago; in cases of the 
fourth class he must be served within 
the district in which he resides or is 
found, except where part of the de- 
fendants are found within the district 
where the suit is started, in which case 
summons may issue to another district 
for service upon the other defendants; 
proceedings in rem, in fourth class 
cases, where the defendant is not per- 
sonally served, must be started in the 
district where the property or gar- 
nishee is found. 

CLERK'S FEES. 

FIEST CLASS CASES. 

Plaintiff 's costs $8.00 

Defendant's costs 5.00 

Demand for jury trial by either 
party 6.00 

FOUETH CLASS CASES. 

"When the amount of money or per- 
sonal property sued for does not ex- 
ceed $200, the clerk's costs are as fol- 
lows: 
Plaintiff's costs $2.00 

In these cases no advance payment 
of costs is required of the defendant, 
unless he demands a trial by jury. 

When the amount of money or per- 
sonal property claimed by the plain- 
tiff exceeds $200, but does not exceed 
$1,000, the clerk's costs are as follows: 

Plaintiff's costs $5.00 

Defendant's costs 2.00 

In actions of forcible detainer the 
costs are as follows: 
Plaintiff's costs $2.00 

In forcible detainer cases the defend- 
ant pays no costs unless he demands 
a trial by jury. 

Where plaintiff unites with his claim 
for possession a demand for rent or 
damages for withholding possession, 
the same fees, in addition, from both 
plaintiff and defendant as in a suit on 
the money demand. 

Demand for jury trial by either 
party, in all cases $6.00 



IN CRIMINAL AND QUASI-CRIM- 
INAL CASES, AND CASES OF 
THE SIXTH CLASS. 

The clerk 's fees in every case of this 
character, in full for all services ren- 
dered, are $6.00, except that in pro- 
ceedings for the arrest, examination, 
commitment and bail of persons 
charged with criminal offenses, the 
costs are $15.00. 

TRANSCRIPTS. 

The fees of the clerk in all cases for 
making and certifying copies of papers 
or records, are ten cents for each one 
hundred words. 

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS. 

The clerk 's fees for taking and cer- 
tifying the acknowledgment of a deed, 
mortgage (other than a chattel mort- 
gage), power of attorney, or other 
writing, are twenty-five cents. The 
clerk's fees for the acknowledgment of 
a chattel mortgage are thirty-five cents, 
and fifteen cents for each folio over 
one hundred words for docketing the 
same. 

BAILIFF'S FEES. 

The bailiff's fees for serving any 
summons, writ of attachment, writ of 
replevin, subpoena, writ of execution 
or other process, are for each person 
served, in first class cases, $1.75; in 
fourth class cases, $1.00. 

In cases of writs of attachment, re- 
plevin and execution the bailiff is to 
receive, when any levy upon or seizure 
of property is to be made thereunder, 
an additional sum of $1.75 in first class 
cases, and $1.00 in fourth class cases. 

When any such levy or seizure is 
made, the bailiff is also to receive the 
actual expense of seizing or caring for 
the property levied upon or seized. 

No costs for the service or return of 
any alias writ shall be chargeable when 
the costs above provided for the orig- 
inal writ have been paid. 

The bailiff, as commissions on money 
realized by execution in fourth class 
cases, is to collect from the defendant 
in the execution 5 per cent, upon the 
amount realized, if it do not exceed 
$100. but if the amount realized ex- 
ceeds $100, the bailiff is to collect 5 
per cent, on the first $100 and 3 per 
cent, upon the excess over $100. 

Other fees are the same as those al- 
lowed to the Sheriff of Cook County 
for similar services. 



LAW SCHOOLS 



THE UNIVERSITY^^CHICAGO 
LAW SCHOOL 

Three-year course leading to degree of Doctor of Law (J.D.), which, by 
the Quarter system, may be completed in two and one-fourth calendar years. 
College education required for regular admission, one year of law being counted 
toward college degree. Law library of 38,000 volumes. 

The Summer Quarter offers special opportunities to students, teachers and 
practitioners. pj^g^ ^erm 1913, June 16— July 23 
Second Term July 24— August 29 

Courses open in all Departments of the University during the Summer 
Quarter. 

For Announcement address 
Dean of Law School, The University of Chicago. 

LOYOLA UNIVERSITY 

DEPARTMENT OF LAW 



LECTURE ROOMS 601-4 Ashland Block 

REV. JOHN MATHERY, S. J. President 
HON. WttLIAM DH^LON, LL. D., Dean 
ARNOLD D. tecMAHON, A. M., LL. B., Secretary 



Graduates of approved High Schools and Colleges are admitted 
as regular students. The course covers a period of three years leading 
to the degree of Bachelor of Lav^^s. Classes are in charge of active 
practitioners chosen from the Chicago Bar ; sessions are held in the 
evening from 6:30 to 9:00. The next school year opens Monday, 
September 15th. 1913, at 6:30 P. M. 

For Annual Announcement, address SECRETARY 

601 ASHLAND BLOCK, CHICAGO. Phone Central 1671 



LAW SCHOOLS 



Illinois College of Law 

Lraw Department 
De Paul University 



Day School — The school offers a three- 
year course leading to the degree of 
Bachelor of Laws (LL. B.), open to 
graduates of approved high schools, or 
Doctor of Law (J. D.), open to grad- 
uates of approved colleges. Students 
who have completed three years of col- 
lege work in the University will be ad- 
mitted as candidates for the J. C de- 
gree, and one year of law may be 
counted towards a college degree, thus 
enabling the student to earn both a col- 
lege and law degree in six years. 

The day classes are held at the Uni- 
versity Building, Webster avenue and 
Osgood street. 

Evening School — Illinois Law School. 
Three-year course leading to the degree 
of Bachelor of Laws. (LL. B.) 

Class exercises are held from 6:30 to 
10:30 P. M., Mondays, Wednesdays and 
Fridays. 

Elective courses on Tuesday, Thurs- 
day and Saturday evenings. 

The evening school is located in the 
Chicago Business College Building, 207 
South Wabash avenue. 

Graduate School — Advanced courses 
leading to the degree of Master of 
Laws (LL. M.), one year; Doctor of 
Civil Law (D. C. L.), two or more years. 

Faculty of thirty experienced in- 
structors; small class divisions. Prac- 
tice courts meet each week. Library 
and study rooms open all day. 

The regular session is divided into 
three terms of twelve weeks each, which 
open in September, December and 
March, respectively. 

For catalogue and full information 
address 

ARTHUR E. MAYO, 

Secretary. 
207 S. Wabash Ave. 
Telephone Harrison 7316. 



Chicago-Kent College 
of Law 

CHICAGO COLLEGE OF LAW. 

Organized 1888. 

KENT COLLEGE OF LAW. 

Organized 1892. 

Lake View Building, 116 Michigan Ave., 

Chicago, HI. 

FACULTY: 

Hon. Edmund W. Burke, Dean. 

Hon. Simeon P. Shope. 

Hon. Orrin N. Carter. 

Hon. Henry V. Freeman. 

Hon. Charles S. Cutting. 

Hon. Thomas E. D. Bradley. 

Hon. M. Henry Guerin. 

Hon. William J. Pringle. 

Wm. Elmore Foster. 

Willard M. Mc Ewen. 

Hon. Marcus Kavanagh. 

Dr. James G. Kiernan. 

Dr. Harold N. Moyer. 

Dr. G. Frank Lydston. 

Charles H. Jackson. 

Hon. Kickham Scan Ian, 

Hon. W. N. Gemmil. 

Thomas V. Shannon. 

E. Boddinghouse. 
Adelor J. Petit. Charles E. Kremer. 
E. C. Higgins. Thomas A. Moran. 

John L. Fogle. A. A. McClanahan. 

Thomas Bates. C. Arch Williams. 

George A. Mason. Dr. John Learning. 
Robert S. Hes. Charles T. Farson. 

Charles A. Brown. Ninian H. Welch. 
Guy Guernsey, Secretary. 
Webster H. Burke, Treasurer. 

The course of instruction in this in- 
stitution is as broad and thorough as 
that of the best law colleges in the 
country. 

Evening sessions are held, thereby 
affording young men who are engaged 
in law offices and elsewhere during the 
day an opportunity to pursue a regu- 
lar course of law studies under proper 
instruction. 

Prepares for admission to the Bar in 
all the States. 

Degree of Bachelor of Laws con- 
ferred upon those who complete the 
Three Year Course to the satisfaction 
of the Faculty. 

College graduates who have a suf- 
ficient amount of credit in legal stud- 
ies may be admitted to advanced 
standing. 

For information, address the Secre- 
tarv. Business office 1001 Hartford Bldg, 
Tel. 413 Cent, and 5296 Cent. 



LAW SCHOOLS 



Northwestern Univer- 
sity Law School 

(Union College of Law.) 



While no law school can create a 
lawyer, much of the degree and rapid- 
ity of a lawyer's success today de- 
pends upon the character of instruction 
received in the law school, and its fa- 
cilities for aiding the student in his 
work. 

It follows that much care should be 
exercised in the selection of a school. 

Three features worthy of investiga- 
tion in any law school under consider- 
ation are: 

I. FACULTY. 

IL LOCATION. 

III. EQUIPMENT. 

This School invites investigation and 
comparison of these features. 

The Law School year begins Monday, 
September 22. 

For catalogue or other information, 
address the Secretary, Northwestern 
University Bldg., corner Lake and 
Dearborn streets, Chicago. 



The John Marshall 
Law^ School 

Evening School With Day Standard. 

(Portland Block, Chicago, S. E. cor- 
ner Dearborn and Washington Sts.) 



Faculty — Hon. Arba N. Waterman, 
LL. D., President of Faculty; Hon. 
Orrin N. Carter, A, B., LL. D.; Hon. 
Charles S. Cutting, LL. D.; Hon. 
George E. Adams, A.M., LL.B.; S. S. 
Gregory, A.M., LL.B.; Frank J.. 
Loeseh; Hon. Wm. E. Church; Hon. 
Edward 0. Brown, A. B.; Donald L. 
Morrill, A. M.; Elmer D. Brothers, 
LL. B.; Lynden Evans, A.B.; Hon. Geo. 
A. Dupuy, Benj. F. Langworthy, B.S.; 
Albert Kocourek, Ph.D., LL.B.; Eobert 
McMurdy, A.B.; Lewis A. Stebbins, LL. 
B.; G. Fred Kush, A. M.; Albert E. 
Wilson, A. M., LL. B.; Geo. Packard, 
A. B.; George E. Chipman, A. B., LL. 
B.; Geo. G. King, Eobert W. Millar, 
LL.B.; Joseph L Kelly, Ph.D.; Morton 
A. Mergenthein, A. M., LL. B.; Eoy L. 
McCaskill, Ph.B., J.D. 

Summer term in Law and Prelimi- 
nary Studies, June 25 to August 31. 

School year begins September 9. For 
catalogue and examination papers ad- 
dress the Dean, Edward T. Lee, 35 No. 
Dearborn St., Chicago, HI., Tel. Cen- 
tral 4669. 



Chicago Law^ School 



ONE TEXT BOOK AT A TIME- 
Practice Through the 

The Instructors and Lecturers have 
been selected from members of the 
Bar who are specialists in their sev- 
eral branches of the law. 

The School Library is one of the 
best in Chicago, and is open at all 
times to the students. 

Day Instruction — Evening Class 
Sessions. 
A Practice Court is under the su- 
pervision of one of the ablest trial 
lawyers in Chicago. 

Thorough drill is given the students 

131 



-STUDY OF LEADING CASES. 

Three Years' Course. 

in law principles, leading cases and 
practice. Forensic Oratory. 

High School Courses for pre-legal 
study during twelve months of the 
year. 

Three year Undergraduate Course 
leading to LL.B. 

One year Graduate Course leading to 
LL.M. and D.J. 

For catalogue and further informa- 
tion address Chancellor, 120S Schiller 
Bldg., 04 West Eandolph St., Chicago. 
Telephone Central 3438. 



LAW SCHOOLS 



HAMILTON COLLEGE OF LAW 

offers an exceptional opportunity to acquire a thorough knowledge of law, the course 
leading to the Degree of Bachelor of Laws (LL. B.). 

The faculty is composed of more than 20 practicing lawyers, who bring to the 
class room the benefit of their legal knowledge and experience in the courts. 

The entire Third Floor of the new Advertising building, 119 West Madison St., 
is occupied for Class Rooms, Library and School equipment and was specially arranged 
for the needs of the college, by the Architect of the building. It is sanitary and fire 
proof throughout. 

The library contains the necessary Case books and state reports, both Supreme 
and Appellate, together with all of the leading Digests, Encyclopaedias and Law texts 
which have met with the approval of the Bench and Bar. The Library is admirably 
adapted to Moot-Court and Research. work. 

Special Course in Public Speaking and Oratory under direct charge of Prof. Oscar 
G. Christgau, furnished our students Free of Charge. Students may enter Law 
School any time of the year. Double class sessions, tri-weekly, at 6:30 P. M., on 
Monday, Wednesday and Friday nights. 

Summer quarter work and academic High School courses begin June 16, 1913. Reg- 
ular Fall Quarter Sessions begin Sept. 8, 1913. 

For Catalog and full particulars, call or address 

SHELLEY B. NELTNOR, LL. D., President. 

or 

CHESTER A. MAGOMIC, D. G. L., Secretary. 

Room 305 Advertising Bldg., 123 W. Madison St., Chicago. 

'Phone Randolph 7479. 

WEBSTER COLLEGE OF LAW 

JAMES HAMILTON LEWIS, President. 
ALBERT H. PUTNEY, Ph.D., LL.D., Dean. 
GEORGE H. MEYER, LL.B., Treasurer. 
JAMES M. SLATTERY, LL.B., Secretary. 

Day and Evening School conducted by a large faculty of judges 
and practicing attorneys, offering a three years' course leading to the 
degree of Bachelor of Laws. Special Summer Course from June 9th 
to August 29th, 1913. 

The Evening Classes are conducted for the benefit of those who 
are obliged to earn their own living in the day time, and the course 
of study given equals the standards of the University Law Schools. 

Class rooms and library are located on the fourth floor of the 
National Life Building, 29 South LaSalle Street. Classes are divided 
into sections, so that each student will receive individual attention. 

For catalog and full particulars, call or address 
ALBERT H. PUTNEY, Dean 
Tel. Randolph 3338 432 National Life Bldg., CHICAGO 



County and Probate Judges 
in Illinois 



COUNTY COUNTY SEAT COUNTY JUDGE 

Adams Quincy Lyman McCarl. 

Alexander Cairo William S. Dewey. 

Bond Greenville Wm. H. Dawdy. 

Boone Belvidere Wm. C. DeWolf, Jr. 

Brown Mt. Sterling W. Y. Baker. 

Bureau Princeton J. R. Prichard. 

Calhoun Hardin Chas. E. Cooke. 

Carroll Mt. Carroll J. D. Turnbaugh. 

Cass Virginia Chas. A. E. Martin. 

Champaign Urbana Wm. G. Spurgin. 

Christian Taylorville Chas. A. Prater. 

Clark Marshall H. R. Snaveley. 

Clay Ijouisville A. N. ToUiver. 

Clinton Carlyle James Allen. 

Coles Charleston John P. Harragh. 

„ , ^, . /John E. Owens. 

Cook Chicago «^(. g Cutting. Probate Judge. 

Crawford Robinson J. C. Maxwell. 

Cumberland Toledo S. R. Rariden. 

DeKalb Sycamore William L. Pond. 

DeWitt Clinton F. C. Hill. 

Douglas Tuscola W. J. Dolson. 

Du Page Wheaton Charles D. Clark. 

Edgar Paris D. V. Dayton. 

Edwards Albion Peter C. Walters. 

Effingham Effingham Barney Overbeck. 

Fayette VandaHa John H. Webb. 

Ford Paxton M. L. McQueston. 

Franklin Benton T. J. Layman. 

Fulton Lewistown H. S. Boyd. 

Gallatin Shawneetown H. P. Bozarth. 

Greene Carrollton Thos. Henshaw. 

Grundy Morris George Bedford. 

Hamilton McLeansboro Isaac H. Webb. 

Hancock Carthage J. Arthur Baird. 

Hardin Ehzabethtown Ehhu N. Hall. 

Henderson Oquawka Rufus T. Robinson. 

Henry Cambridge L. E. Telleen. 

Iroquois Watseka John H. Gillan. 

Jackson Murphysboro Williard F. Ellis. 

Jasper Newton H. M. Kesserman. 

Jefferson Mt. Vernon A. D. Webb. 

Jersey Jerseyville Harry W. Pogue. 

Jo Daviess Galena John C. Boevers. 

Johnson Vienna J. F. Hight. 

„ ^ /F. G. Plain. 

I^^^e Geneva jj^j^^ jj Williams, Probate Judge. 

Kankakee Kankakee Arthur W. Deselm. 

Kendall Yorkville C. S. Williams. 

Knox Galesburg R. C. Rice. 

Lake Waukegan P. L. Persons. 

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COUNTY AND PROBATE JUDGES— Continued. 

COUNTY COUNTY SEAT COUNTY JUDGE 

- c 11 r\^4. rWm. H. Hinebaugh. 

La Salle Ottawa |^ r^ Lardin, Probate Judge. 

Lawrence. Lawrenceville J. A. Benson. 

Lee Dixon Robert H. Scott. 

Livingston Pontiac W. C. Graves. 

Logan Lincoln Charles J. Gelbach. 

Macon Decatur O. W. Smith. 

Macoupin Carlinville Truman A. Snell. 

,, ,. T7IJ J -11 /John E. Hillskotter. 

Madison Edwardsville |j p gt^euber, ProbatelJudge. 

Marion Salem Chas. E. Jennings. 

Marshall Lacon Daniel H. Gregg. 

Mason Havana J. A. McComas. 

Massac Metropolis Wm. F. Smith. 

McDonough Macomb C. G. Gumbart. 

McHenry Woodstock D. T. Smiley. 

McLean Bloomington Homer W. Hall. 

Menard Petersburg G. E. Nelson. 

Mercer Aledo H. E. Burgess. 

Monroe Waterloo Frank Durfee. 

Montgomery Hillsboro J. L. Dryer. 

Morgan Jacksonville E. P. Brockhouse. 

Moultrie Sullivan Isaac Hudson. 

Ogle Oregon Frank E. Reed. 

r, . T, • /Clyde E. Stone. 

P^o"^ Peoria |a/j^ O^^^^^ Probate Judge. 

Perry Pinckneyville M. C. Cook. 

Piatt Monticello E. J. Hawbaker. 

Pike Pittsfield Paul F. Grote. 

Pope Golconda W. A. Whiteside. 

Pulaski Mound City W. A. Wall. 

Putnam Hennepin W. H. Westcott. 

Randolph Chester W. M. Schuwerk. 

Richland Olney S. C. Lewis. 

Rock Island Rock Island {^^'^^^; RSW. 

Saline Harrisburg K. C. Ronalds. 

fj B Weaver 
Sangamon Springfield |^- ^ Jenkins, Probate Judge. 

Schuyler Rushville John C. Work. 

Scott Winchester F. C. Funk. 

Shelby Shelbyville J. K. P. Grides. 

Stark Toulon Brad. F. Thompson. 

St- Clair Belleville {Sk^S, Probate Judge. 

Stephenson Freeport Anthony J. Clarithy. 

Tazewell Pekin Jas. M. Rahn. 

Union Jonesboro Monroe C. Crawford. 

Vermillion Danville {^- J; iUernathy, Probate Judge. 

Wabash Mt. Carmel M. J. White. 

Warren Monmouth L. E. Murphy. 

Washington Nashville W. P. Green. 

Wayne Fairfield Virgil W. Mills. 

White Carmi J. C. Kern. 

Whiteside Morrison Wm. A. Blodgett. 

Will Joliet {f--^- g°tS; Probate Judge. 

Williamson Marion W. F. Slater. 

Winnebago Rockford L. M. Reckhow. 

Woodford Eureka A. C. Ford. 

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Sheriffs and State's Attorneys 
in Illinois. 



COUNTY COUNTY SEAT SHERIFFS STATE S ATTORNEYS 

Adams Qunicy Joseph H. Lipps . . . .Fred G. Wolff e. 

Alexander Cairo A. S. Fisher Alex. Wilson. 

Bond Greenville Shelby W. Robinson . John D. Biggs. 

Boone Belvidere WiUiam E. Gorman . P. H. O'Donell. 

Brown Mt. Sterling D. W. Shankland. . . Warren McNeff. 

Bureau Princeton Charles Beyer C. N. Holerick. 

Calhoun Hardin Peter A. Gotway Thos. J. Selby. 

Carroll Mt. Carroll David B. Doty F. J. Stransky. 

Cass Virginia E. P. Widmayer . . . .A. T. Lucas. 

Champaign Urbana George W. Davis . . . Louis A. Busch. 

Christian Taylorville G. W. Brent Harry Hershey. 

Clark Marshall Jesse Gallatin E. D. Jones. 

Clay Louisville W. H. Thrash Thos. S. Williams. 

Clinton Carlyle WiUiam Ragen Hugh V. Murray. 

Coles Charleston Vincent Aye R. G. Hammond. 

Cook Chicago Michael Zimmer Maclay Hoyne. 

Crawford '.Robinson H. E. Highsmith . .. .Joseph B. Crowley. 

Cumberland Toledo Col. S. Young W. C. Greathouse. 

DeKalb Sycamore Frank C. Poust Lowell B. Smith. 

De Witt Chnton Wm. H. Armstrong . L. O. WiUiams. 

Douglas Tuscola C. G. Stovall W. T. Coleman. 

Du Page Wheaton A. A. Kuhn C. W. Hadley 

Edgar Paris J. I. Blackman W. H. Hickman. 

Edwards Albion W. S. Rothrock E. A. Schroeder. 

Effingham Effingham Matt Taber Byron Piper. 

Fayette VandaUa L. J. Browning J. G. Burnside. 

Ford Paxton M. Bristle O. H. Wylie. 

Franklin Benton John A. Vaughn . . . . G. A. Hickman. 

Fulton Lewistown W. H. Roy M. P. Rice. 

Gallatin Shawneetown W. P. Clayton R. M. McGhee. 

Greene Carrollton John B. Morrow . . . .N. L. Jones. 

Grundy Morris J. H. Francis Frank H. Hayes. 

Hamilton McLeansboro A. S. Grouse J. H. Lane. 

Hancock Carthage Elmer E. McAdams. .Clyde P. Johnson, 

Hardin Elizabethtown Edward Ferrell James E. Denton. 

Henderson Oquawka R. T. McDill A. F. Fawley. 

Henry Cambridge Samuel Wilson Nels F. Anderson. 

Iroquois Watseka James F. Ireland. . . . J. M. Kern. 

Jackson Murphysboro Charles T. Edwards .W. A. Schwartz. 

Jasper Newton William Pippin Charles D. Fithian. 

Jefiferson Mt. Vernon W. S. Payne Joel F. Watson. 

Jersey Jersey ville A. R. Chappell W. J. Chapman. 

Jo Daviess Galena Robert Irwin Frank T. Sheean. 

Johnson Vienna John L. Veach H. A. Spann. 

Kane Geneva C. T. McBriarty . . .. Wm. J. Pyers. 

Kankakee Kankakee Daniel G. Lee Wayne Dyer. 

Kendall Yorkville J. R. Henderson . . . .Oliver A. Burkhart. 

Knox Galesburg Frank F. Seaman . ..A.J. Boutelle. 

Lake Waukegan Omer J. Green Ralph J. Dady. 

La Salle Ottawa J. G. Mischke George S. Wiley. 

Lawrence Lawrenceville W. A. Cochran Rolla Shaw. 

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SHERIFFS AND STATE'S ATTORNEYS— Continued. 

COUNTY COUNTY SEAT SHERIFFS STATe'S ATTORNEYS 

Lee Dixon C. E. Reid Harry Edwards. 

Livingston Pontiac W. A. Patterson . . . .F. A. Ortman. 

Logan Lincoln Wm. Schoffenacker . .Everett Smith. 

Macon Decatur J. P. Nicholson Jesse L. Deck. 

Macoupin Carlinville Elmo Etter James H. Murphy. 

Madison Edwardsville Simon Henry James M. Baudy. 

Marion Salem Chas. W. Vursell. . . . Samuel N. Finn. 

Marshall Lacon Chas. F. Motter H. E. Jacobs. 

Mason Havana A. A. Brookes E. P. Nischwitz. 

Massac Metropolis Oscar Miller Fred R. Young. 

McDonough Macomb A. P. McKee Geo. A. Folder. 

McHenry Woodstock A. H. Henderson .... David B. Joslyn. 

McLean Bloomington James Reeder Miles K. Young. 

Menard Petersburg T. E. Courtwright . . H. E. Pond. 

Mercer Aledo C. A. Hickok J. M. Wilson. 

Monroe Waterloo A. C. Rexroth H. Reichenback. 

Montgomery Hillsboro M. T. Kiggins J. E. Major. 

Morgan Jacksonville W. B. Rogers Robert Tilton. 

Moultrie Sullivan Warren M. Fleming. . J. K. Martin. 

Ogle Oregon W. B. Delaney W. J. Emerson. 

Peoria Peoria F. G. Minor C. E. McNeman. 

Perry Pinckneyville S. T. Dimcan S. A. Warden. 

Piatt Monticello F. D. Duvall Thomas Kastel. 

Pike Pittsfield David F. Allen Geo. C. Weaver. 

Pope Golconda H. G. McCormick. . .John W. Browning. 

Pulaski Mound City C. E. Wehrenberg. . .C. S. Miller. 

Putnam Hennepin O. C. Cofoid Harry K. Ward. 

Randolph Chester H. S. Burbes Alfred D. Reiss. 

Richland Olney E. W. Houser H. G. Morris. 

Rock Island Rock Island O. L. Bruner F. E. Thompson. 

Saline Harrisburg J. Mooneyham Sam Thomson 

Sangamon Springfield Henry Mester, Jr. .. .Edmund Burke. 

Schuyler Rushville Harry Pratt Geo. B. Steele. 

Scott Winchester John E. Coulton R. M. Riggs 

Shelby Shelbyville F. D. Crook W. E. Lowe. 

Stark Toulon Thomas J. Malone . .J. W. Fling, Jr. 

St. Clair Belleville W. Mulconnery Charles Webb. 

Stephenson Freeport R. J. Stewart Albert H. Manus. 

Tazewell Pekin Chris. Flugel W. J. Reardon. 

Union Jonesboro G. H. Huggins M. D. Lyerle. 

Vermillion Danville John T. Shepard. . . . J. H. Lowman. 

Wabash Mt. Carmel Wm. A. Milburn Harry M. Phipps. 

Warren Monmouth W. T. Fitzpatrick . . .Joseph N. Thomas. 

Washington Nashville H. F. Yogelpohl ... .J. P. Carter. 

Wayne Fairfield George H. Anderson. H. S. Burgess. 

White Carmi C. N. Frazier W. L. Martin. 

White side Morrison J. F. Wahl J. J. Ludens. 

Will Joliet Thomas Stevenson . .Robert W. Martin. 

Will iamson Marion W. L. Duncan D. T. Hartwell. 

Winne bago Rockford H. W. Young G. E. Johnson. 

Woodford Eureka John E. Woltzen . . . .Thomas Kennedy. 

BARNARD 6 MILLER 

ESTABLISHED 1857 

D.., or Night LjiW PRIJ^TERS Alwe.y. on Tln^ 

ABSTRACTS. BRIEFS. BLANKS and RECORXiS 

170-174 N. LA SALLE STREET. PHONES— Franklin 564; Auto. 32-077 



CIRCUIT COURT JUDGES 

IN COUNTIES OUTSIDE OF COOK 



FIRST CIRCUIT. 

[The counties of Alexander, Pulaski, 
Massac, Pope, Johnson, Union, Jackson, 
Williamson and Saline.] 
W. W. DUNCAN, Marion. 
ALBERT W. LEWIS, Harrisburg. 
WM. N. BUTLER, Cairo. 
SECOND CIRCUIT. 

[The counties of Hardin, Gallatin, 
White, Hamilton, Franklin, Wabash, 
Edwards, Wayne, Jefferson, Richland, 
Lawrence and Crawford.] 
WM. H. GREEN. Mt. Vernon. 
E. E. NEWLIN, Robinson. 
J. R. CREIGHTON, Fairfield. 

THIRD CIRCUIT. 

[The counties of Randolph, Monroe, 
St. Clair, Madison, Bond, Washington 
and Perry.] 

LOUIS BERNREUTER, Nashville. 
GEORGE A. CROW, East St. Louis. 
WM. E. HADLEY, CoUinsviUe. 
FOURTH CIRCUIT. 

[The counties of Clinton, Marion, 
Clay, Fayette, Effingham, Jasper, Mont- 
gomery, Shelby and Christian.] 
ALBERT M. ROSE. Louisville. 
THOMAS J. JETT, Hillsboro. 
JAMES C. McBRIDE, Taylorville. 
FIFTH CIRCUIT. 

[The counties of Vermilion, Edgar, 
Clark, Cumberland and Coles.] 
E. R. E. KIMBOROUGH, Danville. 
WM. B. 8CH0LFIELD, Marshnl.. 
M. W. THOMPSON, Danville. 

SIXTH CIRCUIT. 

[The counties of Champaign, Doug- 
las, Moultrie, Macon, De Witt and 
Piatt.] 

W. C. JOHNS, Decatur. 
W. G. COCHRAN, Sullivan. 
SOLON PHILBRICK, Champaign. 

SEVENTH CIRCUIT. 

[The counties of Sangamon, Macou- 
pin, Morgan, Scott, Greene and Jcr- 

JAMES A. CREIGHTON, Springfield. 
ROBERT B. SHIRLEY. Carlinville. 
OWEN P. THOMPSON, Jacksonville. 

EIGHTH CIRCUIT. 

[The counties of Adams, Schuyler, 
Mason, Cass, Brown, Pike, Calhoun and 
Menard.] 

ALBERT AKERS, Quincy. 
HARRY HIGBEE, Pittsfield. 
GUY R. V/ILLIAMS, Havana. 



NINTH CIRCUIT. 

[The counties of Knox, Warren, Hen- 
derson, Hancock, McDonough and Ful- 
ton.] 

GEORGE W. THOMPSON, Galesburg. 
HARRY M. WAGGONER, Macomb 
ROBERT J. GRIER, Monmouth. 
TENTH CIRCUIT. 

[The counties of Peoria, Marshall, 
Putnam, Stark and Tazewell.] 
LESLIE D. PUTERBAUGH, Peoria. 
NICHOLAS E. WORTHINGTON, 

Peoria. 
THEODORE N. GREEN, Pekin. 
ELEVENTH CIRCUIT. 

[The counties of McLean, Livingston, 
Logan, Ford and Woodford.] 
C. D. MEYERS, Bloomington. 
GEO. W. PATTON, Pontiac. 
THOMAS M. HARRIS, Lincoln. 

TWELFTH CIRCUIT. 

[The counties of Will, Kankakee and 
Iroquois.] 

DORRANCE DIBELL, Joliet. 
F. L. HOOPER, Watseka. 
CHARLES B. CAMPBELL, Kankakee. 
THIRTEENTH CIRCUIT. 

[The counties of Bureau, La Salle 
and Grundy.] 

SAMUEL C. STOUGH, Morris. 
EDGAR ELDRIDGE. Ottawa. 
JOE A. DAVIS, Princetou. 

FOURTEENTH CIRCUIT. 

[The counties of Rock Island, Mer- 
cer, Whiteside and Henry.] 
EGBERT W. OLMSTED, Rock Island. 
F. D. RAMSAY, Morrison. 
EMERY L. GRAVES, Geneseo. 
FIFTEENTH CIRCUIT. 

[The counties of Jo Daviess, Stephen- 
son, Carroll, Ogle and Lee.] 
JAMES S. BAUME, Galena. 
RICHARD S. FARRAND, Dixon. 
OSCAR E. HEARD, Freeport. 

SIXTEENTH CIRCUIT. 

[The counties of Kane, Du Page, De 

Kalb and Kendall.] 

C. F. IRWIN, Elgin. 

DUANE J. CARNES, Sycamore. 

MAZZINI SLUSSER, Wheaton. 
SEVENTEENTH CIRCUIT. 
[The counties of Winnebago, Boon;, 

McHenry and Lake.] 

ARTHUR H. FROST, Rockford. 

CHARLES H. DONNELLY, Wood- 
stock. 

CHARLES W. WHITNEY, Waukegan. 



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CORRESPONDING 
ATT ORNE YS. 

The Mowing Attorneys are well recommended in their 

respective localities for capacity, integrity and 

dispatch in hnsiness matters entrusted 

to their care. 



ALABAMA. 

BIRMINGHAM, Jefferson Co.— Ster- 
ling A. Wood, 202-4 First Nat'l Bk, 
Bldg. M. Edward Linnehan, Man- 
ager Collections; Clement E. "Wood, 
Attorney. Eefer to any bank in 
city; U. S. F. & G. Co., Baltimore, 
Md., Credit Association, New York; 
Fruit Growers' Produce Exchange, 
Chicago. 

MOBILE, Mobile Co.— Pillans, Hanaw 
& Pillans (H. Pillans, Henry Hanaw, 
Palmer Pillans) 62 and 64 St. Michael 
St. Eefer to the Home Telephone 
Co., Leinkauf Banking Co., and The 
Texas Co. 

MONTGOMERY, Montgomery Co. — 
Ball & Samford (Fred S. Ball, from 
Ohio, and Wm. H. Samford), 717-20 
First Nat '1 Bank Bldg. Eefer to any 
bank or merchant in Montgomery. 

ALASKA. 

NOME. — 0. D. Cochran. 

ARIZONA. 

PHOENIX, Maricopa Co.— Chalmers & 
Wilkinson (L. H. Chalmers and H. 
B. AVilkinson), 205-8 Phoenix Nat'l 
Bk. Bldg. Eefer to Phoenix National 
Bank, Union Bank and Trust Co., 
Phoenix Title & Trust Co., Pacific 
Gas & Electric Co. 

TUCSON, Pima Co.— W. H. Sawtelle. 

ARKANSAS. 

FORT SMITH, Sebastian Co.— C. E. & 
H, P. Warner (Charles E. and Harry 
P. Warner), Merchants National Bank 
Bldg. Eefer to Ft. Smith Bank and 
Trust Co. 

HOT SPRINGS, Garland Co.— Eector & 
Sawyer. 

LITTLE ROCK, Pulaski Co.— Edgar E. 
Moss, 818 Southern Trust Bldg. 

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CALIFORNIA. 

LOS ANGELES, Los Angeles Co.— Neice 
& Packard (De Forest M. Neice and 
Herbert W. Packard), Suite 627, 628, 
629 Merchants Trust Bldg. Mr. Neice 
refers to the National Produce Bank, 
Clark and Lake streets, Chicago; 
either Mr. Wagner, president, or Mr. 
Ballou. Mr. Packard refers to Arthur 
Heuertley, secretary Northern Trust 
Company, Chicago. Both refer to Ger- 
man-American Savings & Trust Bank, 
Los Angeles, Cal. 

SAN DIEGO, San Diego Co.— Sam Ferry 
Smith, 40S Union Bldg. 

SAN FRANCISCO, City and County.— 
William J. Herrin, Mutual Savings 
Bank Bldg. Eefers to Mutual Savings 
Bank, Wells Fargo Nevada National 
Bank, International Banking Corpora- 
tion. 

SAN JOSE, Santa Clara Co.— J. S. M** 
Ginnis, Farmers Union Bldg. Eefers 
to Wilber Mercantile Agency, Chica- 
go; Hubbell's Legal Directory, New 
York; The Bradstreet Co.— all offices. 

COLORADO. 

DENVER, Arapahoe Co.— Walter C. 
Heckendorf, 430-433 Symes Bldg. Ee- 
fers to Colorado National Bank and 
United States National Bank. 

CONNECTICUT. 

BRIDGEPORT, Fairfield Co.— Chamber- 
lain & Hull (John C. Chamberlain 
and Elbert 0. Hull). 31 Sanford 
Bldg. Eefer to Bridgeport Trust 
Co.; Burr & Knapp, bankers. 

HARTFORD, Hartford Co.— Sidney 
E. Clarke, 813 Main st. 

NEW HAVEN, New Haven Co.— Liv- 
ingston W. Cleaveland, 828 Chapel 
St., Eoom 6. (Formerly Judge Pro- 



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bate Court, from Jan. 9, 1895, to Jan. 
8, 1907.) Eefers to any bank in New 
Haven. 
NORWICH, New London Co. — Brown 
& Perkins (Lucius Brown, Don- 
ald G. Perkins, Edmund W. Perkins 
and Allyn L. Brown), Atty's for 
First Nat. and Merchants' Nat. Bks., 
22 Shetucket st. 

DELAWARE. 

WILMINGTON, New Castle Co.— 
Robert Penington, Du Pont Bldg., 
Tenth and Market streets. Eefers 
to First Nat'l Bank and Union Nat'l 
Bank, Wilmington Del.; American 
Surety Co. of New York. 

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. 

WASHINGTON CITY.— C. L. Parker, 
Patents and Patent Law, 943 G street. 
Eefers to any Law Directory Co. 

FLORIDA. 

JACKSONVILLE, Duval Co.— Eobert 
Penington, 912 Bisbee Bldg. Eefers 
to Florida Nat'l Bank, Jacksonville, 
and National Surety Co., New York. 

PENSACOLA, Escanabia Co.— Blount, 
Blount & Carter. 

TAMPA, Hillsboro Co.— Joseph W, Fra- 
zier, 6-8 Hampton Blk. Eefers to Ex- 
change Bank, American National 
Bank^ Bank of Commerce and Tefft, 
Waller Co. and The Bradstreet Co., 
New York. 

GEORGIA. 

ATLANTA, Fulton Co. — Mayson & 
Johnson (James L. Mayson, Paul E. 
Johnson, George B. Eush and Walter 
C. Hendrix), 918-922 Atlantic Nat'l 
Bank Bldg. Eefer to Fourth Nat'l 
Bank of Atlanta, Lowery Nat'l Bank 
of Atlanta, J. K. Orr Shoe Co. and 
The E. O. Campbell Coal Co. of At- 
lanta. 

AUGUSTA, Eichmond Co.— Wm. H. 
Barrett, Dyer Bldg. 

COLUMBUS,' Muscogee Co.— Frank U. 
Garrard, cor. Broad and Twelfth sts. 

MACON, Bibb Co. — Hardeman, Jones, 
Park & .Johnston (Isaac Hardeman, 
Geo. S. Jones, E. P. Johnston, Bruce 
C. Jones), 602, 609 Am. Nat'l Bk. 
Bldg. Refer to any bank or business 
house in Macon. 

SAVANNAH, Chatham Co.— Wilson & 
Eogers (H. E. Wilson and J. M. Eog- 
ers). Eefer to any bank or business 
house in Savannah. 



IDAHO. 

BOISE, Ada Co.— Wood & DriscoU 
(Fremont, Wood and Dean Driscoll), 
315, 317 Overland Bldg. Eefer to Pa- 
cific National Bank and Boise City 
National Bank. 

ILLINOIS. 

ALTON, Madison Co.— J. E. Hillskotter. 

AURORA, Kane Co. — William F. Fow- 
ler, 348 Coulter Blk., Chicago Phone 
275. 

BELVIDERE, Boone Co.— Fuller & Is- 
rael (Chas. E. Fuller, Ex-Cireuit 
Judge and William Isreal). Eefer to 
People's Bank of Belvidere. 

BLOOMINGTON, McLean Co.— E. E. 
Donnelly, Corn Belt Bank Bldg. 

CAIRO, Alexander Co. — Miles Freder- 
ick Gilbert. 

CANTON, Fulton Co. — Chipperfield & 
Chipperfield. 

CARLYLE, Clinton Co.— Hugh Vincent 
Murray (States Attorney). Eefers to 
First Nat '1 Bank of Carlyle, the Bank 
of Breese, Breese, 111. 

CENTRALIA, Marion Co.— William F. 
Bundy, 212 East Broadway. 

CHAMPAIGN, Champaign Co. — ^Lewis 
Forney Wingard, over Citizens' State 
Bk. Eefer to any bank, city or 
county official. Bell Phone 724 (long 
distance) Depositions. 

CHARLESTON, Coles Co.— H. A. Neal. 

CLINTON, De Witt Co.— Lemon & 
Lemon (Richard A. and Frank K. 
Lemon). 

DANVILLE, Vermilion Co.— Lindley, 
Penwell & Lindley (Frank Lindley, 
Fred B. Penwell, and Walter C. Lind- 
ley). Daniel Bldg. 

DECATUR, Macon Co. — Buckingham & 
McDavid (Isaac A. Buckingham, Hor- 
ace W. McDavid), 501 to 505 Mullikin 
Bldg. Eefer to Mullikin National 
Bank, Decatur, 111.; Tolman & Eed- 
field, Chicago; C. J. Tucker, member 
of Illinois Legislature, Decatur, 111.; 
W. A. Garrett, Vice-Pres. C. & Gt. W. 
Ey. Co., Chicago. 

DE KALB, De Kalb Co.— A. W, Fisk. 

DIXON, Lee Co.— Arthur G. Harris. 
Refers to Union State Bank. 

EAST ST. LOUIS, St. Claire Co.-— Sher- 
idan & Sheridan (Phil H. Sheridan 
and W. J. N. Moyers), Murphy Bldg. 
Refer to Illinois State Trust Co. 
Main office, 614-19 Navarre Bldg., St. 
Louis, Mo. 



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EDWARDSVILLE, Madison Co.— J. E. 
Hillskotter (County Judge). Eefers 
to Citizens' State and Trust Bank. 
FREEPORT, Stephenson Co. — Stearns 
& Zipf (James H. Stearns and Oscar 
E. Zipf), 308-310 Old Colony Bldg. 
GALENA, Jo Daviess Co. — Martin J. 
Dillon. Eefers to Galena Nat'l Bk. 
and Hon. James S. Baume, Circuit 
Judge. 
GALESBURG, Knox Co.— Williams, 
Lawrence, Welsh & Green (E. P. 
Williams, George A. Lawrence, J. D. 
Welsh, Alvah S. Green and F. O. Mc- 
Farland), First Nat. Bk. Bldg. 
GRANITE CITY, Madison Co.— J. E. 

Hillskotrer. 
HARRISBURG, Saline Co.— Abney & 
Burnett (A. G. Abney and J. C. Bur- 
nett), 11 N. Main St. Eefer to First 
Nat'l Bank, Saline Trust & Savings 
Bank, Geo. M. McKitrick and T. L. 
Ozment, all Harrisburg, 111. 
HARVARD, McHenry Co.— Calvin J. 
Hendricks (Master in Chancery, Mc- 
Henry Co.) Long Distance Tel., Har- 
vard 45. Eefers to Harvard Bank 
and Postmaster. 
HENRY, Marshall Co.— Fred W. Pot- 
ter. Eefers to First Nat'l Bk. and 
Hutchins & Downey. 
JACKSONVILLE, Morgan Co.— Bel- 
latti, Barnes & Bellatti (John A. Bel- 
latti, Charles A. Barnes, Walter 
Bellatti). Eefer to Jacksonville Nat. 
Bk. and F. G. Farrell & Co., bankers. 
JOLIET, Will Co.— Higgins & Walter 
(D. F. Higgins and Fred W. Walter), 
500 Woodruff Bldg. Bell Tel. 298. 
Eefer to Will County Nat. Bk., Joliet, 
and E. G. Dun & Co., Chicago. 
KANKAKEE, Kankakee Co.— Hamil- 
ton K. and H. H. Wheeler. 
KEWANEE, Henry Co.— Morse & Deme- 
rath (Eobert C. Morse and Nicholas 
J. Demerath, Cor. Second and Tre- 
niont sts. Eefer to Savings Bank of 
Kewanee and Union Nat'l Bank, Ke- 
wanee. 
LACON, Marshall Co.— Barnes & Ma- 
goon (E. Magoon Barnes and Jay 
Howard Magoon). 
LEWISTOWN, Fulton Co.— Harvey H. 
Atherton. Eefers to Lewistown Nat. 
Bk., Lewistown, and People's Bank, 
Vermont, HI. 
LINCOLN, Logan Co.— Hoblit & Smith, 
MACOMB, McDonough Co.— Elting & 
Hainline (Philip E. Elting and An- 
drew L. Hainline). Eefers to Ma- 
comb National Bank and Citizens 
Bank, Macomb, HI. 



MARION, Williamson Co.— W. W. 

Clemens. 
MATTOON, Coles Co. — Emery Andrews, 
Eooms 36, 37, 38, Demaree Bldg. At- 
torney for the American Surety Co., of 
New York. 
METROPOLIS, Massac Co.— Courtney 

& Helm. 
MOLINE, Eock Island Co.— Peek & 
Dietz (Burton F. Peek, G. O. Dietz, 
and Cyrus E. Dietz). Refer to Peo- 
ple's Savings Bank and Trust Co. 
MONMOUTH, Warren Co.— Safford & 

Graham. 
MORRIS, Grundy Co.— Smith, Smith & 
Smith (Austin J., Edith M. and Hen- 
man B. Smith). Eefer to Farmers & 
Merchants National Bank, T. H. Hall, 
George Trotter, all of Morris, 111. 
MOUND CITY, Pulaski Co.— Wall & 
Martin (W. A. Wall and Geo. E. Mar- 
tin). Eefer to First State Bank and 
First Nat'l Bank. 
MT. VERNON, Jefferson Co.— Watson 
& Watson (Albert and Joel Watson). 
OLNEY, Richmond Co.— H. G. Morris, 
cor. Mulberry and Main sts. Eefers 
to The Olney Bank and First Na- 
tional Bank, Olney. 
OTTAWA, La Salle Co.— McDougall & 
Chapman (Duncan McDougall and C. 
B. Chapman), National City Bank 
Bldg. Eefer to National City Bank 
and Judge Orrin N. Carter, Chicago. 
PANA, Christian Co.— E. E. Dowell. 
PARIS, Edgar Co.— Chas. McKnight. 
PAXTON, Ford Co.— Phillips & Ludlow 
(A. L. Phillips and Samuel Ludlow). 
PEKIN, Tazewell Co. — Prettyman, 
Velde & Prettyman (W. L. Pretty- 
man, Franklin L. Velde and W. S. 
Prettyman), 6, 7, 8 and 9 Zerwekh 
Bldg. Long distance phone. 
PEORIA, Peoria Co.— Henry C. Fuller, 

2 Arcade Bldg. 
PITTSFIELD, Pike Co.— Edward Doocy 

(Master in Chancery). 
PONTIAC, Livingston Co. — Harry G. 
Greenebaum (Eeferee in Bankruptcy 
for the Northern Division of the 
Southern District of Illinois. 
PRINCETON, Bureau Co.— W. A. John- 
son. 
QUINCY, Adams Co. — Emmons & Em- 
mons (L. E. Emmons and L. E. Em- 
mons, Jr.), 102 N. Fifth st. 
ROBINSON, Crawford Co.— Parker & 
Eagleton. Eefer to Crawford County 
State Bank of Eobinson, 111., Flat 
Eock State Bank, Farmers State Bank, 
Palestine, 111., Newlin State Bank, 
Hutsonville, 111. 



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EOCHELLE, Ogle Co.— John B. Hayes. 
Eefers to any bank or public official 
in the city or county. 

EOCKFOED, Winnebago Co. — Carpen- 
ter & St. John (Fred E. Carpenter 
and Edwin M. St. John), Winnebago 
Nat. Bk. Bldg. 

EOCK ISI.AND, Eock Island Co.— 
Connelly & Connelly (H. C. and B. D. 
Connelly) Peoples Nat'l Bk. Bldg. 
Eefer to Manufacturer's State Bank, 
East Moline, 111., or any bank in the 
City of Eock Island. 

SAVANNA, Carrol Co.— Arthur J. Gray, 
Cromer Bldg. Eefer to any Bank or 
Business house. 

SHELBYVILLE, Shelby Co.— Walter C. 
Headen (City Attorney and Attorney 
for Citizens' Savings and Loan Assn). 

SPEINGFIELD, Sangamon Co.— Eob- 
ert Matheny, First Nat. Bk. Bldg. 

ST. CHAELES, Kane Co.— Harry G. 
Hempstead. 

STEELING, Whiteside Co. — Jarvis 
Dinsmoor, Academy of Music Blk. 

STEEATOE, La Salle Co.— H. N. Eyon 
& Son. 

SYCAMOEE, De Kalb Co.— Faissler & 
Fulton (John Faissler and William 
J. Fulton), Daniel Pierce Bldg. Long 
distance telephone. 

TAYLOEVILLE, Christian Co.— Pro- 
vine & Provine (William M. and 
Walter M. Provine). 

TUSCOLA, Douglas Co.— Chas G. Eck- 
hart. 

UEBANA, Champaign Co. L. F. Win- 
gard. 

WATSEKA, Iroquois Co.— A. F. Good- 
vear. 

WAUKEGAN, Lake Co.— Charles H. 
King, 225 Washington st. Eefers to 
Peoples Bank of Waukegan. Tele- 
phone 103. 

WHEATON, Du Page Co.— W. H 
Fisher. 

WOODSTOCK, McHenry Co.— Mullen 
& Hoy. 

INDUNA. 

ANDEESON, Madison Co.— McMahon 

& Teegarden. 
BEAZIL, Clay Co.— S. M. McGregor, 

Culbertson Blk. Eefers to Eiddel 

Nat., Citizens' Nat., and First Nat. 

Banks. 
COLUMBUS, Bartholomew Co.— Baker 

& Eichman (Charles S. Baker and 

Frank N. Eichman), Law Bldg. 
CEAWFOEDSVILLE, Montgomery Co. 

-Crane & McCabb. 
ELKHAET, Elkhart Co.— Orrin M. 

Conley, 431 South Main st. 

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EVANSVILLE, Vanderburg Co. -Cun- 
ningham & Ortmeyer, Waverly Bldg. 
Eefer to City Nat. Bank, B. M. 
A. Bldg. 

FOET WAYNE, Allen Co.— Breen & 
Morris (William P. Breen and John 
Morris), People's Trust & Savings 
Company Bldg. 

FEANKFOET, Clinton Co.— Sheridan & 
Gruber (Harry C. Sheridan and Earl 

F. Gruber). 

GOSHEN, Elkhart Co.— Vail & Weh- 

meyer. 
GEEENCASTLE, Putnam Co.— W. M. 

Sutherlin. 
HAMMOND, Lake Co.— G. C. White, 

Lake County Savings & Trust Bldg, 

Eefers to First Nat'l Bank, Hammond 

Savings & Trust Co., Lake County 

Savings and Trust Co. 
HAETFOED CITY, Blockford Co.— J. 

A. Hindman. 
HUNTINGTON, Huntington Co.— Cline, 

Bronyon & Cline. 
INDIANAPOLIS, Marion Co.— Henley 

& Baker (William J. Henley and John 

L. Baker), 851 Lemcke Annex. 
JEFFEESONVILLE, Clark Co.— Geo. 

H. Voigt. 
LA FAYETTE, Tippecanoe Co. — Edgar 

G. Collins, First Nat'l Bank Bldg. 
Eefers to any bank or trust company 
in the city. 

LAPOETE, Laporte Co.— M. E. Leliter. 
Eefers to First Nat'l Bank, Laporte 
Savings Bank. 

LEBANON, Boone Co.— Bert Winters. 

LOGANSPOET, Cass Co.— Eabb & Ma- 
honey (Joseph M. Eabb and Michael 
F. Mahoney), 220 Fourth st. Eefer 
to Ft. Wayne & Wabash Valley Tr. 
Co., E. G. Dun & Co., M. J. Bligh, 
and all banks in Logansport. 

MAEION, Grant Co.— George G.Whar- 
ton (Attorney for Big 4 Eailroad Co, 
and E. G. Dun & Co.), 510 Glass Blk, 

MICHIGAN CITY, La Porte Co.— 
Worth W. Pepple. Eefers to First 
National and Citizens' Banks. 

MUNCIE, Delaware Co. — Thompson & 
Sprague. 

NEW ALBANY, Floyd Co.— Henry E. 
Jewett. 

NOTEE DAME, St. Joseph Co.— Will- 
iam Hoynes, Law Department, Uni- 
versity of Notre Dame. 

PEEU, Miami Co.— Bailey & Bailey. 

POETLAND, Jay Co.— John M. Smith, 
27-29 Bimel Bldg. Eefers to Peoples 
Bank, First State Bank of Dunkirk, 
Ind., and Bimel Spoke and Auto 
Wheel Co. 



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PRINCETON, Gibson Co.— James B. 
Gamble. Refers to People's Nat'l 
Bank, Princeton, Ind., C. E. C. Law 
List Co., New York City; United Mer- 
cantile Agency, Chicago; U. S. Fidel- 
ity & Guaranty Co., Baltimore, Md. 

RICHMOND, Wayne Co.— Study & 
Study. 

SOUTH BEND, St. Joseph Co.— Slick 
& Slick, Union Trust Bldg. 

TERRE HAUTE, Vigo Co.— Crane & 
Miller (George M. Crane and A. L. 
Miller). Refer to Bradstreet 's, and 
Terre Haute Nat. Bank. 

VALPARAISO, Porter Co.— D. E. Kelly, 
Salyer Block, Long Distance Bell. 
Refers to Valparaiso National Bank 
and First Trust Co. 

VmCENNES, Knox Co.— Clarence B. 
Kessinger. 

WABASH, Wabash Co.— McCracken & 
Eikenbary. 

WASHINGTON, Daviess Co.— O'NeaU 
& O'Neall. 

IOWA. 

ATLANTIC, Cass Co.— J. B. Rockafel- 
low. Refers to Albert H. and Henry 
Veeder, Chicago, and Hon. Smith Mc- 
Pherson, Judge U. S. District Court, 
Red Oak. 

BURLINGTON, Des Moines County- 
Blake & Wilson (W. E. Blake and 
Harold J. Wilson), 306-7-8-9 Tama 
Bldg. Attorneys for Merchants' Na- 
tional Bank and Citizens' Water Co. 

CEDAR RAPIDS, Linn Co.— Redmond 
& Stewart (John M. Redmond and 
John D, Stewart). Refer to any 
bank in Cedar Rapids. 

CLINTON, Clinton Co. — Chase, Seaman 
& Sutton (C. W. Chase, formerly 
Circuit Judge, H. W. Seaman and L. 
F. Sutton), Clinton Nat. Bank Bldg. 

COUNCIL BLUFFS, Pottawattamie 
Co. — Saunders & Stuart (C. G. Saun- 
ders and D. E. Stuart), 307 to 310 
Shugart Blk. Refer to First Nat. Bk. 
of Council Bluffs. 

DAVENPORT, Scott Co.— T. A. Mur- 
phy, Whitaker Blk. Refers to John 
V. Farwell Co. and Sprague, Warner 
& Co., Chicago. 

DES MOINES, Polk Co.— Guy R. Car- 
son, 409-410 Youngerman Bldg. Re- 
fers to any bank or wholesale house 
in Des Moines; or George M. Reyn- 
olds, President Continental & Com- 
mercial Nat'l Bk., Chicago. 

DUBUQUE, Dubuque Co. — Lacy, Brown 
& Lacy (Glenn Brown and Frank R. 
Lacy), Lincoln Bldg., Eighth and Lo- 
cust Sts. 



FAIRFIELD, Jefferson Co.— Leggett & 
McKemey (Chas. D. Leggett and J. 
S. McKemey). Attorneys for Iowa 
State Savings Bank. 

FORT DODGE, Webster Co.— Mitchell 
& Hackler. 

IOWA CITY, Johnson Co.— Frank F. 
Messer. Refers to Citizens' Savings 
& Trust Co. * 

KEOKUK, Lee Co.— Wm. J. Roberts, 
28 N. 4th St. Refers to Keokuk Sav- 
ings Bank. 

MARSHALLTOWN, Marshall Co.— 
Boardman & Lawrence (C. H. E. 
Boardman and Graham W. Law- 
rence). 

MASON CITY, Cerro Gordo Co.— Clig- 
gitt. Rule & Smith (John Cliggitt, 
Duncan Rule and Earl Smith). 

MUSCATINE, Muscatine Co.— Jayne & 
Hoffman (Henry Jayne, William 
Hoffman, Arthur Hoffman and Wm, 
R. Jayne). 

OSKALOOSA, Mahasha Co.— Jno. O. 
Malcolm. 

OTTUMWA, Wapello Co.— McNett & 
McNett (William and Walter Mc- 
Nett), 134 E. Main st. Refer to Iowa 
Nat. Bk. of Ottumwa and John Mor- 
rell & Co.. Ltd. 

SIOUX CITY, Woodbury Co.— E. A. 
Burgess, Iowa Bldg. Refers to Mer- 
chants' Nat. Bk. or any other bank 
in Sioux City. 

WATERLOO, Blackhawk Co.— Edwards 
& Longley (A. J. Edwards, Alfred 
Lo-ngley). Refer to any bank in city. 

WEBSTER CITY, Hamilton Co.— Wes- 
ley Martin, 634 Second st. Refer- 
ences: Hamilton County State Bank, 
Farmers' National Bank. 

KANSAS. 

ATCHISON, Atchison Co.— Waggener, 
Orr & Challiss. 

EMPORIA, Lyon Co.— Hamer & Harris. 

FORT SCOTT, Bourbon Co.— Robert B. 
Campbell, 10 So. Main st. 

HUTCHINSON, Reno Co.— Vandeveer 
& Martin. 

KANSAS CITY, Wyandotte Co.— McAn- 
anv & Alden. 

LEAVENWORTH, Leavenworth Co.— 
Lee Bond, Times Bldg. 

PARSONS, La Bette Co.— W. D. At- 
kinson. 

PITTSBURG, Crawford Co.— E. B. 
Wheeler. 

TOPEKA, Shawnee Co. — Rossington & 
Smith (W. H. Rossington, Chas. Blood 
Smith, Samuel Barnum), Crawford 
Bldg. Refer to Western Union Tel. 
Co. (Law Dept.); The Pullman Co. 



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(Law Dept.); Merchants Nat'l Bank 
of Topeka, Kans. 
WICHITA, Sedgwick Co.— S. W. Shat- 
tuck, Jr., 500-502 Sedgwick Bldg. 
Eefers to National Bank of Com- 
merce, Kansas National Bank and 
The Shattuck-George Iron Co., all of 
Wichita, Kas.; Hibbard, Spencer, 
Bartlett Co., Chicago; Holbrook-Black- 
welder Eeal Estate Trust Co., St. 
Louis. 

KENTUCKY. 

BOWLING GREEN, Warren Co.— Sims 
& Rodes. 

COVINGTON, Kenton Co.— Mackoy & 
Mackoy (William H. and Harry B. 
Mackoy). Eefer to Covington Sav- 
ings Bank and Trust Co. 

HENDERSON, Henderson Co.— E. L. 
McDonald, O. V. B. & T. Co. Bldg. 

LEXINGTON, Fayette Co.— E. A. Thorn- 
ton, 709 Trust Co. Bldg. Eefers to C, 
N. O. & T. P. Ey. Co. 

LOUISVILLE, Jefferson Co.— Tyler Bar- 
nett, 140 S. Fifth st. Eefers to the At- 
torneys for Louisville Nat. Bankiu;^ 
Co., German Bank, N. W, Mutual Life 
Ins. Co., Jos. Schlitz Br'g Co. 

MORGANFIELD, Union Co.— W. T. 
Harris. Eefers to Bank of Union 
County; Peoples Bank & Trust Co. 

NEWPORT, Campbell Co.— John W. 
Heuver. 

OWENSBORO, Daviess Co.— Weir & 
Weir. 

PADUCAH, McCracken Co. — Bradshaw 
& Bradshaw. (W, F. and W. F. 
Bradshaw, Jr.), 601-605 City Nat'l 
Bk. Bldg. 

LOUISIANA. 

NEW ORLEANS, Orleans Parish.— 
Merrick, Lewis, Gensler & Schwarz 
(Edwin T. Merrick, Walter S. Lewis, 
Philip Gensler, Jr., and Ealph J. 
Schwarz), Perrin Bldg. Attorneys for 
Commercial Nat. Bk. Eeference: 
First Nat. Bk. of Chicago. 

MAINE. 

AUBURN, Androscoggin Co. — Geo. C. 
Wing. 

AUGUSTA, Kennebec Co.— Heath & 
Andrews (H. M. Heath and C. L. 
Andrews). 

BANGOR, Penobscot Co.— Willis Y. 
Patch. Eefers to any bank in Ban- 
gor. 

BIDDEFORD, York Co.— Goodwin & 
Snow. 

PORTLAND, Cumberland Co. — Harry L, 
Cram, 85 Exchange st. Eefers to any 
bank or trust company in Portland, 
Me. 



MARYLAND. 

BALTIMORE.— Maloy, Brady & Em- 
bert (AVilliam M. Maloy, State Sen- 
ator, George M. Brady and T. How- 
ard Embert), Suite 1403, Fidelity 
Bldg. Counsel for Bank of Hampden, 
Crane Co., Associate Editors' Corpora- 
tion Legal Mutual Manual of New 
York. 

CUMBERLAND, Allegany Co.— De 
Warren H. Reynolds. 

FREDERICK, Frederick Co.— Jacob 
Eohrback, 20 W. Church st. 

MASSACHUSETTS. 

BOSTON, Suffolk Co.— Adler, Barker & 

Wood, 60 State st. 
FALL RIVER, Bristol Co.— Fuller & 

Gray, 78 Bedford st. 
LOWELL, Middlesex Co.— Alfred P. 

Sawyer, 45 Merrimack st. 
LYNN, Essex Co.— Wm. Bennett Mur- 
phy, 3 Exchange st. 
NEW BEDFORD, Bristol Co.— Mayhew 

E. Hitch, Masonic Bldg. Eefers to 

Merchants' National Bank. 
SPRINGFIELD, Hampden Co.— Gardner 

& Gardner. 
WORCESTER, Worcester Co.— Dodge & 

Taft, 629 State Mutual Bldg. 

MICHIGAN. 

ADRIAN, Lenawee Co. — Charles L, Rob- 
ertson. Eefers to National Bank of 
Commerce, Page Woven Wire Fence 
Co. 

ANN ARBOR, Washtenaw Co.— M. J. 
Cavanaugh. 

BATTLE CREEK, Calhoun Co.— Edwin 
C. Lewis, Old Nat'l Bk. Bldg. Eefers 
to Old National Bank, Nichols & 
Shepard Co., Grand Trunk Western 
Ey., Michigan United Eailways Co. 

BAY CITY, Bay Co.— Lee E. Joslyn. 
Shearer Bros. Bldg. Eefers to Lum- 
berman's State Bank and First Nat. 
Bank of Bay City. 

CALUMET, Houghton Co.— Galbraith 
& McCormack, Ulseth Block. Refer 
to Merchants' & Miners' Bank. 

DETROIT, Wayne Co.— Choate, Robert- 
son & Lehmann (Ward N. Choate, 
Charles R. Robertson, William J. Leh- 
mann), Suite 433, Majestic Bldg. 

ESCANABA, Delta Co.— Frank D. 
Mead. Refers to First Nat. Bk. of 

lliSCRI13,b3< 

FLINT, Genesee Co.— J. J. Carton. 

GRAND RAPIDS, Kent Co.— Wilson, 
Wilson & Rice, (Charles M. Wilson, 
Hugh E. Wilson, Cyrus W. Rice) 
Michigan Trust Co., Bldg. Refer 



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to Michigan Trust Co., and Kent 

State Bank. 
IRONWOOD, Gogebic Co. — Belmont 

Waples. 
JACKSON, Jackson Co.— Wilson & 

Cobb (Thomas A. Wilson and Wm. 

S. Cobb), Union Bk. Bldg. 
KALAMAZOO, Kalamazoo Co. — Alfred 

J. Mills, Press Bldg. Eefers to any 

bank in this city. 
LANSING, Ingham Co.— Cummins & 

Nichols (Alva M. Cummins, Charles 

W. Nichols, Samuel H. Ehoads); Tus- 

sing Bldg. Eef er to City Nat '1 Bank, 

Lansing, and Justices Supreme Court 

of Michigan. 
MANISTEE, Manistee Co.— Smurth- 

waite & Belcher (Thomas Smurthwaite 

and Charles N. Belcher), Eamsdell 

Bldg. Eefer to First National Bank. 
MARQUETTE, Marquette Co.— Ball & 

Ball. 
MENOMINEE, Menominee Co. — A. L. 

Sawyer. Eefers to First Nat. Bank, 

J. W. Wells Lumber Co. 
MOUNT CLEMENS, Macomb Co.— Os- 
car L. Lungerhausen. 
MUSKEGON, Muskegon Co. — Nims, 

Erwin, Vanderwerp & Foote. 
PORT HURON, St. Clair Co.— Phillips 

& Jenks. 
SAGINAW, Saginaw Co. — Humphrey & 

Grant, 609 Eddy Bldg. 

MINNESOTA. 

DULUTH, St. Louis Co.— Stearns & 
Hunter (Victor Stearns and Arthur 
W. Hunter), 507 Lonsdale Bldg. Ee- 
fer to City National Bank, American 
Exchange National Bank. 

MINNEAPOLIS, Hennepin Co.— Wil- 
liam Furst, 404 to 408 New York Life 
Bldg. Eefers to Swift & Co., Wash- 
burn Crosby Co., any bank or jobbing 
house in Minneapolis. 

ST. PAUL, Eamsay Co. — Durment, 
Moore & Sanborn, 616-620 Germania 
Life Bldg. Eefer to American Na- 
tional Bank, St. Paul; Northwestern 
Mutual Life Ins. Co., Milwaukee; 
Penn. Mutual Life Ins. Co., Philadel- 
phia; J. W. Newlean, Auditor 111. 
Cent. E. E. Co., Chicago; F. P. Luth- 
er, Eailway Supplies, Monadnock 
Bldg., Chicago. 

STILLWATER, Washington Co.— Her- 
man F. Stark. 

WINONA, Winona Co.— Brown, Abbott 
& Somsen. 



MISSISSIPPI. 

GREENVILLE, Washington Co.— Hugh 
C. Watson, Citizens' Bank Bldg. Ee- 
fers to Citizens' Bank, Greenville, 
Miss., and Capital National Bank of 
Jackson, Miss. 

JACKSON, Hinds Co.— J. H. Thompson. 
Eefers to any bank or business house 
in Jackson, Miss. 

VICKSBURG, Warren Co.— Dabney & 
Dabney (Marye Dabney and Moncure 
Dabney), over Vicksburg Bank. Re- 
fer to all banks in Vicksburg, Miss., 
and Geo. T. Houston & Co., of Chicago 

MISSOURI. 

KANSAS CITY, Jackson Co.— Bower- 
sock, Hall & Hook (Justin D. Bower- 
sock, Lester W. Hall and Hook), Fi- 
delity Trust Co. Bldg. 

ST. JOSEPH, Buchanan Co.— Geo. W. 
Groves. Eefers to German American 
National Bank, Stock Yards Bank, 
Park Bank, Wyeth Hdw. & Mfg. Co., 
all St. Joseph, or any bank or whole- 
sale house in St. Joseph. 

ST. LOUIS.— Abbott & Edwards (Au- 
gustus L. Abbott, John B. Edwards, 
Ealph J. Eoeder, Edwin C. Luedde, 
Frank L. Sich, George J. Breaker), 
1120 New Bank of Commerce Bldg. 
Eefer to E. G. Dun & Co., or any bank 
or trust company in St. Louis. 

MONTANA. 

GREAT FALLS, Cascade Co.— Phillip A. 
Heimlich, Thisted Bldg. Eefers to 
Central Trust Co. of Illinois, Chicago, 
Commercial Trust and Savings Bank, 
Great Falls, Mont. Union Bank and 
Trust Co., Helena, Mont. 

NEBRASKA. 

HASTINGS, Adams Co.— Michel A. 
Hartigan, LL. B., Prosecuting Attor- 
ney Adams County. Eefers to First 
Nat'l Bank of Hastings. 

LINCOLN, Lancaster Co.— Burkett, Wil- 
son & Brown (Elmer J. Burkett, Hen- 
ry H. Wilson and Elmer W. Brown), 
408 to 411 Fraternity Bldg. Eefer 
to any bank in the City of Lincoln. 

OMAHA, Douglas Co. — Crane & Bouch- 
er (Thomas D. Crane and John J. 
Boucher), 950-952 Omaha Nat'l Bk. 
Bldg. Eefer to United States Nat. 
Bk. of Omaha and the Judges of 
U. S. Court, and District Court. Also 
attend to law business in South 
Omaha. 



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NEVADA. 

£ENO, "Washoe Co.— Albert D. Ayres, 
Journal Bldg. Eefers to Farmers & 
Merchants Nat'l Bank, Reno; Amer- 
ican Surety Co., U. S. Senator Geo. S. 
Nixon. 

NEW HAMPSHIRE. 

CONCORD, Merrimae Co. — Edmund S. 
Cook. 

LACONIA, Belknap Co.— Stephen S. 
Jewett, Rooms 3, 4, 5 and 6 Masonic 
Temple. Eefers to the Laconia Na- 
tional Bank. 

MANCHESTER, Hillsboro Co.— Frank 
C. Livingston, 325 The Kennard. 

NEW JERSEY. 

BAYONNE, Hudson Co.— William Van 
Buskirk, 23 West 8th St. Refers to 
First National Bank of Bayonne, N. J. 

CAMDEN, Camden Co.— French & 
Richards. 

JERSEY CITY, Hudson Co.— William 
Van Buskirk, 15 Exchange PI. Refers 
to Commercial Trust Co., Jersey City, 
N. J. 

NEWARK, Essex Co. — Hartshorne, Ins- 
ley & Leake (Charles H. Hartshorne, 
Earle Insley and Eugene W. Leake). 

TRENTON, Mercer Co.— Frank S. Kat- 
zenbach, Jr., Forst-Richey Bldg. 

NEW MEXICO. 

ALBUQUERQUE, BernalUlo Co.— H. F. 

Reynolds. 
SANTA FE, Santa Fe Co.— Hanna & 
Wilson (R. H. Hanna and F. C. Wil- 
son), Laughlin Bldg. Refer to U. S. 
Bank and Trust Co. 

NEW YORK. 

ALBANY, Albany Co.— Charles F. 
Bridge, Home Savings Bk. Bldg. 
Refers to National Commercial Bank 
and Union Trust Co. 

BINGHAMTON, Broome Co.— H. J. 
Hennessey, 84 Court st. Refers to 
First Nat'l Bank, Hon. Benjamin Ba- 
ker, County Judge. 

BUFFALO, Erie Co.— C. R. & C. U. 
Carruth (Charles R. Carruth and 
Clarence U. Carruth), 880 Ellicott 
Square. Refer to Manufacturers & 
Traders' Nat. Bank, Buffalo, N. Y., 
and Penn Mutual Liie Ins. Co., Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 

ELMIRA, Chemung Co.— Herendeen & 
Mandeville (H. C. Mandeville and 
E. W. Personius), .521529 Robinson 
Bldg. Refer to Chemung Canal Trust 
Co.; Merchants Nat'l Bank. 



NEW YORK CITY, New York Co.— 
James Lane Allen, associated with 
firm, John S. & Henry A. Wise, suite 
1811, 1816-20 Broad st. Refers to 
any Chicago Lawyer, Judge or Bank. 
Practiced in Chicago over 35 years. 

ROCHESTER, Monroe Co. — Harry Otis 
Poole, member of the Attorneys' 
National Clearing House, 338, 339 
Powers Bldg, 

SYRACUSE, Onondaga Co. — Lee & 
Brewster (Harry Sheridan Lee and 
Neal Brewster), 704 Dillaye Bldg. 
Refer to National Bank of Syracuse, 
Lyman Trust & Deposit Co. of Onon- 
daga, Syracuse, Neal & Hyde, A. L. 
Nettleton Shoe Co., Syracuse. 

TROY, Rensselaer Co. — Thomas H. Guy, 

5 Keenan Bldg. 

UTICA, Oneida Co. — Charles G. Irish, 
Utica City Nat. Bk. Bldg., 108 Gen- 
esee St. 

NORTH CAROLINA. 

ASHEVILLE, Buncombe Co.— David- 
son, Bourne & Parker, Peek Square. 
GREENSBORO, Guilford Co. — Taylor 

6 Scales. 

RALEIGH, Wake Co.— R. H. Battle & 
Son. 

WILMINGTON, New Hanover Co.— 
Walter C. Benson. Refers to Ameri- 
can National Bank and any judge or 
law firm in North Carolina. 

WINSTON-SALEM, Forsyth Co.— Louis 
M. Swink. 

NORTH DAKOTA. 

BISMARCK, Burleigh Co.— Miller & 
Costello (Andrew Miller and W. P. 
Costello). Refer to First National 
Bank and City National Bank. 

GRAND FORKS, Grand Forks Co.— 
Murphy & Duggan. 

OHIO. 

AKRON, Summit Co.— Otis, Beery & 
Otis (E. P. and E. E. Otis and C. F. 
Beery), Guth-Otis Bldg, Bell Tel. 803. 

CANTON, Stark Co.— McCarty & Mc- 
Clintock (A. M. McCarty and C. B. 
McClintock), Eagle Block. Refer to 
First Nat'l Bank of Canton, Ohio; 
The J. H. McLain Co. of Canton, or 
any other bank in city. 

CINCINNATI, Hamilton Co.— Cobb, 
Howard & Bailey (Orris P. Cobb, Ed- 
win J. Howard, Oliver G. Bailey and 
Henry W, Backus), Blymyer Bldg. 



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Eefer to Law Department of Swift 
& Co. 
CLEVELAND, Cuyahoga Co.— Wing, 
Myler & Turney (Francis J. Wing, 
Hubert J. Turney, A. J. Schur, Nathan 

B. Gordon, William Eockwell, Don E. 
Sipe, Clarence V. Liggett and Eoy G. 
Engstrom), 841-847 Engineers Bldg. 

COLUMBUS, Franklin Co.— Watson, 
Stouffer & Davis (Benson G. Watson, 
Charles I. Stouffer, Oliver E. Davis), 
411-420 New First Nat'l Bk. Bldg. 
Eefer to The New First Nat'l Bank, 
Columbus, O.; Wilber Mercantile 
Agency, Chicago. 

DAYTON, Montgomery Co.— E. Otto 
Baumann, &00-902 Eeibold Bldg. Ee- 
fers to Teutonia Nat'l Bk., Fourth 
Nat'l Bk of Dayton, O.; Ernest L. 
Kreamer, Sec'y C. L, League of Am., 
The Temple, Chicago. 

DEFLAJfCE, Defiance Co.— Harris & 
Shaw (Henry B. Harris and Tellis 
T. Shaw). 

LIMA, Allen Co.— Frank E. Mead, 309 
Holland Blk. Eefers to City Bank 
of Lima, Ohio. 

MANSFIELD, Eichland Co. — Cum- 
mings, McBride & Wolfe. 

NEWARK, Licking Co.— Fulton & Ful- 
ton. 

SPRINGFIELD, Clarke Co.— Hagan & 
Hagan (F. M. Hagan and E. O. Ha- 
gan), 405-6 Bushnell Bldg. Eefer to 
First National Bank and Springfield 
National Bank, Springfield, O. 

STEUBENVILLB, Jefferson Co.— C. L. 
Williams (Huston & Williams). 
Eefer to Union Deposit Bank and 
Nat'l Ex. Bank, Steubenville, Ohio. 

TOLEDO, Lucas Co. — Marshall & Eraser 
(Harold W. Eraser and Edwin J. Mar- 
shall, John E. Parsons, Jr., George E. 
Dixon, Joseph O. Eppstein), Suite 
1034, Spitzer Bldg. Eefer to the Na- 
tional Bank of Commerce and The 
Commerce Trust Co. 

YOUNGSTOWN, Mahoning Co.— Wirt 
& Gunlefinger (B. F. Wirt and Mark 
M. Gunlefinger), Eealty Trust Bldg. 

ZANESVILLE, Muskingum Co. — Edwin 
E. Meyer, People's Savings Bk. Bldg. 

OKLAHOMA. 

ARDMORE, Carter Co.— Richard M. 
Lester, Post Office Bldg. Eefers to 
Guaranty State Bank. 

EL RENO, Canadian Co.— W. L. Bax- 
ter. 

GUTHRIE, Logan Co.— C. G. Hornor. 

MUSKOGEE, Muskogee Co. — Preston 

C. West, Rooms 8 to 16 Oklahoma 



Bldg. Eefers to any bank or estab- 
lished business house in the city. 

OKLAHOMA, Oklahoma Co.— Burwell, 
Crockett & Johnson (B. F. Burwell, 
late Associate Justice of the Supreme 
Court of Oklahoma; A. P. Crockett 
and Chas. Edward Johnsoli), 415,420 
Lee Bldg. 

TULSA, Tulsa Co.— John E. Woodard, 
336-S Eobinson Bldg. Eefers to Na- 
tional Bank of Commerce, Tulsa, Ex- 
change National Bank, Tulsa. 

OREGON. 

PORTLAND, Mutnomah Co.— Whitfield 
& Coan (F. H. Whitfield and Ralph A. 
Coan), 301-309 Fenton Bldg. Eefer to 
Lumbermen's National Bank, Mer- 
chants National Bank, every Judge of 
Supreme, Circuit and Justice Court of 
Oregon. 

PENNSYLVANIA. 

DU BOIS, Clearfield Co.— W. L. Calkins. 
Eefers to Du Bois National Bank, Du 
Bois, Pa.; First National Bank, Falls 
Creek, Pa. City references on request. 

ERIE, Erie Co.— J. M. Sherwin, 633 
State St. Refer to Buffalo & Lake 
Erie Traction Co. 

HARRISBURG, Dauphin Co.— Geo. L. 
Eeed. 

PHILADELPHIA, Philadelphia Co.— 
Conard & Middleton (C. Wilfred Con- 
ard, Allen C. Middleton, A. J. Small- 
wood, George P. Orr), 1118-20 Chest- 
nut St. Eefer to Commonwealth Title 
Insurance and Trust Co., Tenth Na- 
tional Bank. 

PITTSBURG, Allegheny Co.— Morris, 
Walker & Allen (Alvin A. Morris, Al- 
bert J. Walker, Harold Allen, A. I. 
Boyle, Jr.), 1608 Commonwealth Bldg. 
References: People's Nat'l Bank, 
Pittsburg; Nat'l Bank of Commerce, 
New York; Nat'l Bank of the Ee- 
public, Chicago. 

READING, Berks Co.— W, B. Bechtel, 
546 and 548 Court st. 

SCRANTON, Lackawanna Co. — Beers 
& Grambs (R. Louis Grambs and 
Fred E. Beers), Connell Bldg. 

WILKES-BARRE, Luzerne Co.— S. J. 
Strauss, 21 S. Franklin st. 

YORK, York Co.— Niles & Neff. 

RHODE ISLAND. 

NEWPORT, Newport Co.— William P. 
Sheffield. Jr., 221 Thames st. 

PROVIDENCE, Providence Co.— Bar- 
ney & Lee (Walter H. Barney, Thom- 
as Z. Lee, F. I. McCanna), Industrial 
Trust Co. Bldg., 49 Westminster st. 



CHICAGO LAW DIRECTORY. 



SOUTH CAROLINA. 

CHARLESTON, Charleston Co.— Miller, 
Whaley & Bissell (William C. Miller, 
Eichard S. Whaley, William C. Bis- 
sell), People's Office Bldg. Eefer to 
The People's Nat'l Bank of Charles- 
ton, Charleston Light & W^ater Co., 
Commercial Savings Bank and other 
corporations. 

COLUMBIA, Richland Co. — Barron, 
Moon & Barron (Chas. H. Barron, M. 
H. Moon and J. T. Barron). 

SOUTH DAKOTA. 

HURON, Beadle Co.— Gardner, Pair- 
bank & Churchill (A. K. Gardner, A. 
B. Fairbank and Irwin A. Churchill), 
First Nat'l Bk. Bldg. Refer to First 
Nat'l. Bk. and James Valley Bank. 

RAPID CITY, Pennington Co.— Thomas 
R. Nelson, Security Bank Blk. Refers 
to H. W. Hinrichs, Brest. Security 
Savings Bank, Rapid City. 

SIOUX FALLS, Minnehaha Co.— Bailey 
& Voorhees (Chas. 0. Bailey, John 
H. Voorhees, Peter G. Honegger, 
Frederic -B. Eaton), Syndicate Bldg. 
Refer to any one in South Dakota. 

TENNESSEE. 

CHATTANOOGA, Hamilton Co.— Cole- 
man & Frierson (Lewis M. Coleman 

' and Wm. L. Frierson), 818-820 James 
Bldg. Refer to American National 
Bank and Southern Express Co. 

KNOXVrLLE, Knox Co.— Lucky, An- 
drews & Fowler (C. E. Lucky, F. W. 
Fowler, F. W. Andrews), 501-507 Em- 
pire Bldg. Refer to East Tennessee 
National Bank, Knoxville, Tenn. 

MEMPHIS, Shelby Co.— Lehman, Gates 
& Martin (L. Lehman, E. Lehman, 
Elias Gates, Jno. F. Martin), ia04-10 
Exchange Bldg. Refer to Manhattan 
Savings Bank & Trust Co. 

NASHVILLE, Davidson Co.— Stokes & 
Stokes (.Jordan and Jordan Stokes, 
Jr.), Rooms 1, 2 and 3 Bass Block. 
Refer to E. G. Dun & Co. and Fourth 
Nat. Bk. 

TEXAS. 

DALLAS, Dallas Co. — Spence, Knight, 
Baker & Harris (Wendel Spenoe, 
Rhodes S. Baker, Robert E. L. 
Knight, William R. Harris, W. H. 
Walne and A. F. Weisberg), 619 to 
628 Slaughter Bldg. Refer to J. T. 
Talbert, Commercial National Bank, 
Chicago, Trinity isiational Bank, Dal- 
las. 

DENTON, Denton Co.— L. Fulton. Re- 
fers to National Surety Co., The Clear- 
ing House Quarterly, Wilber Merc. 
Agency. 



FORT WORTH, Tarrant Co.— Stephens 
& Miller, Western Nat'l Bk. Bldg. 

GALVESTON, Galveston Co.— James 
B. & Charles J. Stubbs, 212 Twenty- 
second St. Refer to all the banks and 
business houses in Galveston. 

SAN ANTONIO, Bexar Co.— Shook & 
Vander Hoeven (John R. Shook and 
T. T. Vander Hoeven), 228 W. Com- 
merce St. 

WACO, McLennan Co. — Witt & Naman 
(Edgar E. Witt, Wilford W. Naman), 
75 to 78 Provident Bldg. Refer to 
Central Texas National Bank, Sanger 
Bros., Goldstein & Migel, Waco Drug 
Company. 

UTAH. 

OGDEN, Weber Co.— E. A. Stratford, 
Stratford Collection and Reporting 
Co., 411 First Nat'l Bank Bldg. 
Refers to Ogden State Bank. 

SALT LAKE CITY, Salt Lake Co.— 
Booth, Lee & Badger (Hiram E. 
Booth, E. O. Lee and Carl A. Bad- 
ger), 162 So. Main st. Eefer to Na- 
tional Bank of Eepublic and Utah 
National Bank. 

VERMONT. 

BURLINGTON, Chittenden Co.— Eus- 
sell W. Taft, 176 College st. Eefera 
to Howard National Bank. 

RUTLAND, Eutland Co.— Ernest H. 
O'Brien. Referee in Bankruptcy, 
Quinn Bldg. Refers to Fred S. Piatt, 
Clerk U. S. District Court; Hon. 
James L. Martin, Judge District 
Court for the District of Vermont. 

VIRGINIA. 

LYNCHBURG, Campbell Co.— Harrison 
& Long, Krise Bldg. 

NEWPORT NEWS, Warwick Co.— 
William C. Stuart, First National 
Bk. Bldg. Refers to First Nat. Bk. 
and Judges of State and Federal 
Courts. 

NORFOLK, Norfolk Co.— Jeffries. Wol- 
cott, Wolcott & Lankford (John L. 
Jeffries, Harry K. Wolcott, Edward 
W. Wolcott, Menalcus Lankford), 
Seaboard Bank Bldg. Refer to Na- 
tional Bank of Commerce, and any 
judge. 

RICHMOND, Henrico Co.— H. W. Good- 
wyn, 1112 Main st. General practice. 
Thoroughly equipped offices for hand- 
ling collections. 

ROANOKE, Roanoke Co.— A. E. King, 
Watt, Rettew & Clay Bldg. 



CHICAGO LAW* DIRECTORY. 



WASHINGTON. 

SEATTLE, King Co.— Hastings & Sted- 
man (H. H. A. Hastings, Livingston 

B. Stedman) 64 Haller Bldg. Refer 
to American Surety Co. of N. Y. and 
Oregon Mortgage Co. of Portland, 
Oregon. 

SPOKANE FALLS, Spokane Co.— Mer- 
ritt, Oswald & Merritt (J. W. Merritt, 
Seabury Merritt, Hugo E. Oswald), 
1224 Old National Bank Bldg. Eefer 
to Traders National Bank, Old Na- 
tional Bank. 

TACOMA, Pierce Co. — Eickabaugh & 
McElroy, National Bank of Com- 
merce Bldg. 

WEST VIRGINIA. 

CHARLESTON, Kanawha Co.— Brown, 

Jackson & Knight. 
WHEELING, Ohio Co.— William E. 

Krupp, 1226 Chapline st. 

WISCONSIN. 

GREEN BAY, Brown Co.— Greene, Fair- 
child, North, Parker & McGillan 
(George G. Greene, H. 0. Fairchild, 
Jerome E. North, Barton L. Parker, 
Jas. H. McGillan, John W. Gauerke), 
Kellogg Nat'l Bk. Bldg. Eefer ^o 
any bank or railroad company in 
city. Are attorneys for Kellogg Na- 
tional Bk. and Citizens National Bk., 

C, M. & St. P. Ey. Co., C. & N. W. 
Ev. Co., G. B. & W. Ey. Co., local 



street car company and gas and elec- 
tric light company. 

LA CROSSE, La Crosse Co.— McCon- 
nell & Schweizer (John E. McConnell 
and Chas. H. Schweizer), Batavian 
Bank Bldg. 

MADISON. Dane Co.— Sanborn & Blake 
(John B. Sanborn and Chauncey E. 
Blake), Wisconsin Bldg. 

MILWAUKEE, Milwaukee Co.— Miller. 
Mack & Pairchild (Benjamin K. Mil- 
ler, George P. Miller, Edwin S. Maek, 
Arthur W. Fairchild), 102 Wiscon- 
sin St. 

OSHKOSH, Winnebago Co.— Bouck & 
Hilton (George Hilton, John F. Klu- 
wm, William C. Bouck and Edward 
J. Dempsey). Refer to Judge George 
W. Burnell, New German American 
Bank of Oshkosh; Edward M. Hyzer, 
Gen'l Counsel C. & N. W. Ry. Co., 
Chicago. 

RACINE, Racine Co.— Palmer & Git- 
tings (Walter C, Palmer and Chris- 
topher C. Gittings), Mfrs. Bk. Bldg. 

WYOMING. 

CASPER, Natrona Co.— William O. 
Wilson. Practiced law in Chicago for 
ten years. 

CHEYENNE, Laramie Co. — M. A. 
Kline, 507, 509 First Nat'l Bk Bldg. 
Refers to Hon. John H. Riner, Judge 
U. S. District Ct. and Hon. Chas. N. 
Potter, Chief Justice Supreme Ct., 
both of Cheyenne; A. D. Johnston, 
Cashier First Nat'l Bk. of Cheyenne. 



CITY COURTS 

City Courts have concurrent jurisdiction within the city, with the Circuit Courts^ 
in all civil and criminal cases (except treason and murder) and in appeals from Justices 
of the Peace residing within the city. 

CITY COURT OF ALTON. 
JAMES E. DUNNEGAN, Judge. S. F. CONNOR, Clerk. 

CITY COURT OF AURORA. 
E. M. MANGAN, Judge. EDWARD O. PETERSON, Clerk. 

CITY COURT OF BEARDSTOWN. 
J. J. COOKE, Judge. JOHN LISTMANN, Clerk. 

CITY COURT OF CANTON. 
HARRY G. MORAN, Judge. ERNEST HIPSLEY, Clerk. 

CITY COURT OF CENTRALIA. 
A. D. RODENBERG, Judge. GUY C. LIVESAY, Clerk. 

CITY COURT OF CHARLESTON. 
CHARLES A. SHUEY, Judge. A. C. SHRIVER, Clerk. 

CITY COURT OF CHICAGO HEIGHTS. 
CHARLES H. BOWLES, Judge. EDWARD H. KIRGIS, Clerk. 

CITY COURT OF DEKALB. 
JOHN A. DOWDALL, Judge. JOHN C. KILLIAN, Clerk. 

CITY COURT OF DUQUOIN. 
BENJAMIN W. POPE, Judge. HARRY BARRETT, Clerk. 

CITY COURT OF EAST ST. LOUIS. 
W. M. VANDERVENTER and WM. J. VEACH, Clerk. 

ROBERT H. FLANNIGAN, Judges. 

CITY COURT OF ELGIN. 
E. M. MANGAN, Judge. CHARLES S. MOTE, Clerk. 

CITY COURT OF GRANITE CITY. 
J. M. BANDY, Judge. CHARLES RITCHIE, Clerk. 

CITY COURT OF HARRISBURG. 
ALBERT E. SOMERS, Judge. CHARLES P. SKAGGS, Clerk. 

CITY COURT OF HERRIN. 
ROBERT T. COOK, Judge. DAVID BAKER, Clerk. 

CITY COURT OF KEWANEE. 
H. STERLING POMEROY, Judge. CHARLES L. RAWLEY, Clerk. 

CITY COURT OF LITCHFIELD. 
PAUL McWILLIAMS, Judge. L. SALZMAN, Clerk. 

CITY COURT OF MACOMB. 
DEAN FRANKLIN, Judge. WM. H. WILSON, Clerk. 

CITY COURT OF MARION. 
WM. W. CLEMENS, Judge. HARRY HOLLAND, Clprk. 

CITY COURT OF MATTOON. 
JOHN McNUTT, Judge. THOMAS M. LYTLE, Clerk. 

CITY COURT OF PANA. 
JOSIAH P. HODGE, Judge. G. W. MARSLAND, Clerk. 

CITY COURT OF STERLING. 
HENRY C. WARD, Judge. EARL L. HESS, Clerk. 

CITY COURT OF SPRING VALLEY. 
WILLIAM HAWTHORNE, Judge. WM. H. BURNELL, Clerk. 

CITY COURT OF ZION. 
V. V. BARNES, Judge. O. L. SPRECHER, Clerk. 

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THE 



Chicago Law Reporters 
Association 



OFFICERS 1913 



FRED H. GURTLER. WILLIAM C. MEYER, J. L. BENNETT, 

President. Vice-President. Sec'y and Treas. 

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE: TEIiEPHONES: 

COUNTY COURT HOUSE 

MARION H. DRAKE W. E. MeDERMUT 7th floor, Main 3034, 3634, 4877 

J. L BENNETT CHARLES A. BOOS ^^'l- ^°°kV- ^\nn ^^^^' ^^'^^ ^"'^ 

F.H. GURTLER JAMES M. PURCELL, i^ranKlin luu 

CHARLES SCATES A. M. GRIFFEN, ""'"p"'t'" f m7(I 

WILLIAM C. MEYER. F. A. CARLSON Automatic 41-367 

OFFICE OF SECRETARY, 1301 ASHLAND BLOCK. 

Tel. Cent. 1470, Auto. 41-367. 



MEMBE^RS 

Bell, Frank E., & Co. Res. Tel. Irvlng Park 3197. 
436 Stock Exch. Bldg. Tel. Main 2590, Auto. 32-092. 

Bennett & Co. 

1301-4 Ashland Blk., Tels. Cent. 5451 and 1470, Auto. 41-367. f;^ 

BettS) Bert E. Res. Tel. Rogers Park 1426. 
1018 City Hall Square Bldg. Tel. Rand. 3836. 

BinnSy ChaS. L. Res. Tel. Douglas 7568. 

Suite 830 Chicago Opera House, Tel. Main 3298, Auto. 32-988. 

Black, Mary E. Res. Tel. Hyde Park 2756. 
919-920 New York Life Bldg. Tel. Rand. 4332. 

Boher, A. L. 

Room, 721-118 N. La Salle St., Tel. Main 3193. 

Boos, ChaS. A. Res. Tel. Living Park 1611. 

1301-4 Ashland Blk., Tels. Cent. 5451 and 1470, Auto. 41-367. 

Briot, Charles H. 

903-909 Monadnock Block. Tel. Harrison 626, Auto. 64-346. 



153 



Butler, John A. 

1301 Ashland Blk. Tels. Cent. 5451 and 1470, Auto. 41-367. 

CdrlSOIli F. A. Res. Tel. Oak Park 3390. 

748 First National Bank Bldg., Tel. Cent. 3567, Auto. 42-772. 

Clsary, William J. Res. Tei. stewart 5494. 

1408 Title & Trust Bldg. Tel. Cent. 5045, Auto. 48-472. 

Conner, A. R. Res. Tel. Grac. 6403. 
909 Ashland Blk., Tel. Cent. 6211, Auto. 41-425. 

Crane, Iva L. 

52 Borden Blk. Tel. Cent. 5309, Auto. 44-818. 

Curry, C. Alison Res. Tel. Edgewater 8541. 
1307-69 W. Washington St., Tel. Cent. 2499, Auto. 41-456. 

Dawley, Charles P. 

748 First National Bank Bldg., Tel. Cent. 3567, Auto. 42-772. 

Dickerson, The Edna Co. 

436 Stock Exchange Bldg. Tel. Main 2590, Auto. 32-092. 

Dickinson, F. B. Res. Tel. Drexel 5036. 
909 Ashland Blk., Tel. Cent. 6211, Auto. 41-425. ' 

Drake, Marion H. 

130i-4 Ashland Blk. Tel. Cent. 5451, Auto. 41-367. 

Dundas & Carrier 

69 W. Washington St., Room 706, Tel. Cent. 1638, Auto. 41-633. 
Res. Tel. Dundas, 5800 Seeley; Carrier, Rogers Park 2126. 

EulaSS, E, A. Res. Tel. Hyde park 56I2. 
909 Ashland Blk., Tel. Cent. 6211, Auto. 41-425. 

Franklin, Miss E. M. Res. Tel. Ravenswood 3161. 
652 Federal Bldg. Tel. Harrison 3013. 

Fuller & MeanOr Res. Tel. Evanston 2063. 

903 Straus Bldg. Tel. Franklin 1493, Auto. 34-752. 



Gray, Abbott & Williston 

516 Reaper Block, Tel. Ran. 420, Auto. 42-682. 

Griff en Bros. Res. Tei. seeiey 5099. 

1301-4 Ashland Blk. Tel Cent. 5451, Cent. 1470, Auto. 41-367. 

Gurtler, Lockwood & Johnson Rogfr?pIrk 4339 

1018 City Hall Square Bldg. Tel. Ran. 3996, Auto. 47-242. 

Harnden Harry A. Res. Tei. Gien EHyn 103-R. 

1301-4 Ashland Blk., Tel. Cent. 5451, Cent. 1470, Auto. 41-367. 

Harte, Grace H. Res. Xel. Lincoln eioe. 
709-710 167 W. Washington St. Tel. Main 3792 
Franklin 541, Auto. 34-075. 

Hawkins, C. A. Res. Tei. Wentworth 8371. 
510 Corn Exchange Bank Bldg. Tel. Franklin 230. 

HealiOn, Anne Res. Tei. Midway 2713 

1301 Ashland Blk. Tel. Cent. 1470 and 5451, Auto. 41-367. 

Hipp, Charles H. Res. Tei. Morgan Park 1538. 
436 Stock Exchange Bldg. Tel. Main 2590, Auto. 32-092. 

Holmes, Kate S. Res. Tei. Hyde park 2113. 
462-3 Monadnock Blk., Tel. Harrison 3656, Auto. 68-254. 

Hopkins, A. M. Res. Tei. 490 Y-1 Wheaton. 
411 Ashland Blk. Tel. Ran. 458, Auto. 41-444. 

JaCObSOn, Emma Res. Tei. Drexel 7995. 

1301 Ashland Blk., Tel. Cent. 5451 and 1470, Auto. 41-367. 

Johnson, George C. Res. Tei. Edgewater 5044. 
1125-27 Stock Exchange Bldg. Tel. Main 2849. 

LaWSOn, D. A. Res. Tei. Midway 2199. 
909 Ashland Blk., Tel. Cent. 6211, Auto. 41-425. 

Lee, Harry F. Res. Tei. Normal 3426. 
516 Reaper Blk. Tel. Ran. 420, Auto. 42-682. 

Leonard, G. Russell Res. Tei. Hyde park 2961. 
729-33 Chicago Opera House. Tel. Main 32 and Frank. 2825, 
Auto. 32-422. 

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Le Wald, Tula C. Res. Xel. Midway 1672. 
642 Otis Bldg. Tel. Franklin 3445, Auto. 31-482. 

Linn, Charles R. Res. Tel. Norwood Park 514. 
748 First Nat. Bk. Tel. Cent. 3567, Auto. 42-772. 

Luther ) Manton H. Res. Tei. Douglas 7100. 

1010 Chicago Opera House, Tel. Main 2426, Auto. 31-689. 

Lynch, Margaret A. Tei. cent. 5332, Auto. 43-306. 

1340 Unity Bldg. Res. Tel. North 3510. 

McCOnnell, Richard S. Res. Tei. Edgewater 7124. 
748 First Nat. Bk. Bldg., Tel. Cent. 3567, Auto. 42-772. 

Malarkey, Jeannette Res. Tei. Normal 5896. 

1105 Tacoma Bldg., Tel. Main 4846, Auto. 31-903. 

Meyer, Minnie M. Res. Tei. Oraceland 10-437. 
812 Ashland Blk. Tel. Ran. 882, Auto. 43-503. 

Meyer, William C. Res. Tei. North 5663. 

1301-4 Ashland Blk., Tels. Cent. 5451 and 1470, Auto. 41-367. 

Morgan, Samuel M. Res. Tei. Hyde park 5663. 
1301-4 Ashland Blk., Tels. Cent. 5451 and 1470, Auto. 41-367. 

Neville, Mrs. Helen T. Res. Tei, can omce. 

1301-4 Ashland Blk., Tels. Cent. 5451 and 1470, Auto. 41-367. 

Paddock, DoddS Co. Res. Tei. Edgewater 3412. 
422 Reaper Blk., Tel. Cent. 4998, Auto. 42-681. 

Phillips, Edgar N. Res. Tei. Edison 522. 
516 Reaper Blk. Tel. Ran. 420, Auto. 42-682. 

PUrCell, James M. Res. Tei. Kedzle 7221. 
729 First Nat. Bk. Bldg., Tel. Ran. 2757, Auto. 42-774. 

Rankin, Alice M. Res. Tei. Downers Grove 158-J-l. 

1225 First Nat. Bk. Bldg., Tel. Cent. 5908, Auto. 42-777. 

Runnels, Bettie Res. Tei. Ravenswood 1091. 

1806 Commercial Nat'l Bank Bldg. Tel. Cent. 1216, Auto. 62-873. 



Satterlee, Neil Res. Tel. Lmcoln 2178. 

Suite 830 Chi. Opera House, Tel. Main 3298, Auto. 32-988. 

SCdteS) Charles Res. Tel. Lake View 1479. 

3008-12 Chi. Opera House. Tel. Main 2426, Auto. 31-689. 

Sebastian, Frank E. Res. Tel. Normal 9064. 
1301 Ashland Blk., Tel. Cent. 5451, Auto. 41-367. 

Shinn, Anna I. Res. Tel. Drexel 429. 
913 Ashland Blk. Tel. Ran. 4311, Cent. 2656. 

Siddall, Frances M. Res. Tel. Hyde Park 1590. 
729 Chi. Opera House. Tel. Main 32, Auto. 32-422. 

Snyder, William J. Res. Tel. May wood 97. 
1305 Ashland Block, Tel. Randolph 1366. 

Squibb, Frederic J. Res. Tel. Lake view 3232. 
748 First Nat. Bk. Bldg., Tel. Cent. 3567, Auto. 42-772. 

Stephens, F. H. Res. Tel. Rogers Park 3147. 

1301-4 Ashland Blk., Tels. Cent. 5451 and 1470, Auto. 41-367. 

StOCkert, Edward G. Res. Tel. Edison Park 2004. 

1301 Ashland Blk. Tel. Cent. 5451 and 1470, Auto. 41-367. 

Sweig, Edward W. Res. Tel. Oak park 2I65. 
516 Reaper Blk., Tel. Ran. 420, Auto. 42-682. 

Taylor, Dr. G. G. Res. Tel. Maywood 835-R. 

909 Ashland Blk. Tel. Cent. 6211, Auto. 41-425. 

Taylor, Lyle D. Res. Tel. Evanston 1052. 
909 Ashland Blk., Tel. Cent. 6211, Auto. 41-425. 

Umlauf, Lewis Ceasy Res. Tei. Diversey 9419. 

436 Stock Exchange Bldg. Tel. Main 2590, Auto. 32-092. 

Vance, T. G. Tel. Auto. 34-075. 

709-10 167 W. Washington St. Tel. Main 3792, Frank. 541. 

Weiner, I. H. Res. Tel. Normal 1911. 

1520 Ft. Dearborn Bldg. Tel. Cent. 4613 and 1042, Auto. 53-458. 



White, Raymond M. Res. Tel. Hyde Park 2461. 
1408 Title & Trust Bldg. Tel. Cent. 5045, Auto. 48-472. 

Wicklin, Florence Res. Tei. Lmcoin 5493 

462 Monadnock Blk., Tel. Harrison 3656, Auto. 68-254. 

Williams, Geo. H. Res. Tel. mnsdale 369. 

167 W. Washington St., Room 802. Tel. Frank. 2785, Auto. 32-382. 

Wyman, Richard H. Res. Tei. Evanston 291. 

1301 Ashland Blk. Tel. Cent. 5451 and 1470. Auto. 41-367. 

YOUker, Claude W. Res. Tei. River Forest 4I67-M.I. 
729 First Nat. Bank Bldg. Tel. Ran. 2757, Auto. 42-774. 



General Court Reporters 



Anderson, Violette N. Res. Tei. Douglas 3183. 
Room 18-143 N. Dearborn St. Tel. Ran. 4758, Auto. 48-428. 

Garrett, Susie Res. Tei. Doug. 1328. 

1109 Ashland Blk. Tel. Cent. 2054, Auto. 48-866. 

Harker, Frank M. Res. Tei. wnmette 1242. 

903 Straus Bldg. Tel. Franklin 1493, Auto. 34-752. 

LeClair, Lea Res. Tei. Orexel 3175. 
1226 First Nat'l Bk. Bldg. Tel. Cent. 6329. 

Maris, Emma J. 

621 Oxford Bldg. Tel. Main 3179, Auto. 33-710. 

Palmer, ChaS. G. Res. Tei. Rogers Park 3088. 
602 Strauss Bldg., 6 N. Clark St. Tel. Frank. 2159. 

Pettit, Frank W. 

609 Ashland Blk. Tel. Cent. 4745, Auto. 41-760. 



DANIEL E. DEVLIN, President T. G. VANCE, Secretary, 

E. C. ELSON, Vice-President FRANK A. TECHTIVIAN, Rec. Secretary 

Chicago Court Reporters' 
Federation 

BOARD OF TRUSTEES MEIVIBERSHIP COIVIMITTEE 

^^E^I^cS^rut j'at^A^Sr No. 14171 Minnie M.Meyer H.Y.Harrison 

A. M. Griffen Daniel E. Devlin S. M. Atlcins Harry L. Edwards 

T, G. Vance J. B. Knoblocl< 

GRIEVANCE COMIVIITTEE 
Iva L. Crane, A. De Elton Peterson, Rollo M. Cole, Robert McKendry, Harry F. Lea. 

Office of Secretary, Suite 709, 167 West Washington St. 

Tel. Main 3792, Franklin 541. Auto. 34-075 
CHICAGO, ILL. 



Abbott, J ainCS (Gray, Abbott & Williston.) 

516 Reaper Blk., Tel. Rand. 420, Auto. 42-682. 

Allen, E. M. Res. Tel. Oakland 5617. 

60-68 W. Washington St. Tel. Ran. 3038 and 4202, Auto. 41-917. 

Atkins, S. M. Res. Tel. Belmont 8941. 

60-68 W. Washington St. Tel. Cent. 3038 and 4202, Auto. 41-917. 

Bdrnet, H, E. Res. Dearborn 713. 

724 Chicago Opera House. Tel. Frank. 2187. 

Brady, Murray J. Res. Tel. Douglas 3632. 
830 Chicago Opera House. Tel. Main 3298, Auto. 32-988. 

Bristol, Julia M. 

1263 Monadnock Blk. Tel. Harrison 3296. 

BurkeSS, Jos. J. Res. Tel. Ran. 2976. 

710-167 W. Washington St. Tel. Main 3792, Franklin 541. Auto. 
34-075. 

Butler's Court Reporting Agency 

Res. Tel. North 5655. 
1613 Ashland Blk. Tel. Rand. 5004, Auto. 41-760. 

Campbell, Mrs. J. G. Res. Tel. Morgan park 1921. 
518-19 Ashland Blk. Tel. Cent. 1458. 

Cole, Rollo M. Res. Tel. Graceland 8456. 

60-68 W. Washington St. Tel. Ran. 3038 and 4202, Auto. 41-917. 



Copeland, Wm. F. 

830 Chicago Opera House. Tel. Main 3298, Auto. 32-988. 

COrbin, Homer B, Tel. Res. Lake view 5187. 
410-411 Ashland Blk., Tel. Ran. 458, Auto. 41-444. 

Devlin & Roberts 

523 Reaper Blk. Tel. Cent. 6952 and 6954, Auto. 41-927. 
Devlin, Res. Tel. Went. 4465; Roberts, Res. Tel. Hyde Park 2244. 

Edwards, Harry L. 

802-167 W. Washington St. Tel. Frank. 2785, Auto. 32-382. 

ElSOn, Elbert C. Res. Tel. Ravenswood 4512. 
830 Chicago Opera House. Tel. Main 3298, Auto 32-988. 

Elvert, Martha Res. Tel. Oakland 1106. 

437-44 Stock Ex. Bldg., Tels. Main 3618, 3619, Auto. 31-739. 

Feldkatnp, B. J. Tei. Auto. 34-075. 

710-167 W. Washington St. Tel. Main 3792, Franklin 541. 

Ferguson, F. S. Res. Tel. Dearbom 503. 
710-167 W. Washington St. Tel. Main 3792, Frank. 541, 
Tel. Auto. 34-075. 

Greene, Sophia Res. Tei. caiumet 2936. 

710-167 W. Washington St. Tel. Main 3792. 
Frank. 451, Auto. 34-075. 

Hanson, A.M. Res. Tei. Drexel 2314. 
609 Ashland Blk. Tel. Cent. 4466. 

Harrison, Harry Y. 

60-68 W. Washington St. Tel. Ran. 3038 and 4202, Auto. 41-917. 

Harte, Grace H. Res. Tei. Lincoln 6106. 

710-167 W. Washington St. Tel. Main 3792, Frank. 541, 
Auto. 34-075. 

HoUinger, Jos. W. Res. Tei. Oraceland 9120. 
506 Ashland Blk. Tel. Ran. 2526 and 2340, Auto. 44-252. 

JaCObSOn, Fannie Res. Tei Midway 3304. 

710-167 W. Washington St. Tel. Franklin 2910, Auto. 34-075. 

KnOblOCk, James B. Res Tei Belmont 6349. 

60-68 W. Washin^on St. Tel. Ran. 3038 and 4202, Auto. 41-917. 



Lehnhardt, Paul Jr. Res. Tei. Beimont 7304. 

60-68 W. Washington St. Tel. Ran. 3038, 4202, Auto. 41-917. 

Lindsay, Willard C. Res. Tel. Dlversey 8346. 
506 Ashland Blk. Tel. Ran. 2526 and Ran. 2340, Auto. 44-252. 

McDermUt, W. E. Res. Tel. Midway 3143. 
729 First Nat. Bk. Bldg., Tel. Ran. 2757, Auto. 42-774. 

McKendry, Robert & Co. Res. Tel Edgewater5173. 
60-68 W. Washington St. Tel. Ran. 3038 and 4202, Auto. 41-917. 

Maclaskey & Maclaskey 

1207 City Hall Square Bldg. Tel. Cent. 3660, Auto. 41-808. 

MacLean, Isabel Res. Tel. Ravenswood 3401. 
609 Ashland Blk. Tel. Cent. 4466. 

Meyer, Nellie C. Res. Tel. Graceland 10437. 
812 Ashland Blk. Tel. Rand. 882, Auto. 43-503. 

Mitchell, Wm. J. Res. Tel. Stewart 3620. 
516 Reaper Blk. Tel. Ran. 420, Auto. 42-682. 

Morgan, Frank H. Res. Tel. Kenwood 1700. 
1610 Ashland Blk. Tel. Ran. 1590. 

Morse, Lowry H. Tei. Auto. 34-075. 

710-167 W. Washington St. Main 3792, Frank. 541. 

Norton, Alex. A. Res. Tei. Graceland 47. 
411 Ashland Blk. Tel. Ran. 458, Auto. 41-444. 

Norton, Harry W. Res Tei North 5414 

60-68 W. Washington St. Tel. Ran. 3038, 4202, Auto. 41-917. 

Peterson, A. De Elton Res. Tei. Lake view 2939. 

410-411 Ashland Blk. Tel. Ran. 458, Auto. 41-444. 

Pierce, William HenryRes. Tei winnetka509 w. 

1601 Ashland Blk. Tel. Cent. 4934, Auto. 44-670. 

ScateS, Charles Res. Tei. Lake View 1479. 
1008-10 Chi. Opera House. Tel. Main 2426, Auto. 31-689. 

Schroeder, Anna C. 

1609 Ashland Blk. Tel. Cent. 425. 

SchUeler, Oscar Res. Tei. Ravenswood 5114. 
516 Reaper Blk. Tel. Rand. 420, Auto. 42-682. 



SOUthWOrth, F. W. Res. Tel. North 2471. 

710-167 W. Washington St. Tel. Main 3792, Frank. 541, Auto. 
34-075. 

Techtman, Frank A. 

60-68 W. Washington St. Tel. Ran. 3038 and 4202, Auto. 41-917. 

Vance, T. G. Auto. 34-075. 

709-10-167 W. Washington St. Tel. Main 3792, Franklin 541. 

Weltman, Edward Res. Tel. Lincoln 6839. 
410-11 Ashland Blk. Tel. Ran. 458, Auto 41-444. 

Winchell, M. R. 

805 Unity Bldg. Tel. Cent. 1610. 

Young, Edwin C. Res. Tel. west 4929. 
63-154 W. Randolph St. Tel. Franklin 3479. 



Tel. Central 1761 Auto. 44-222 NOTARY PUBLIC 

Linc^iJlU EDNA HERRON 

Operator 

oTs't^nSirwo'r'"'' 1114 UNITY BUILDING, CHICAGO 



Lucille Ruth Verhoeven 

COURT REPORTER 
505 Chamber of Commerce Bldg., Chicago 

Phones: Main 1609 Main 1450 Dolton 402 



Miss E. L. Renaud 

PUBLIC STENOGRAPHIC OFFICE 

special Facilities for Prompt Handling of Typewritinfi in Large Quantities 
REPORTING - - DEPOSITIONS - - MIMEOGRAPHING 

AIVJ.V-V2I 708 New York Life Building 



Phones: Central 4556 M Q ^Velr 



Central 59 
Central 455 
Auto. 58-297 

COURT REPORTER 

413-15 Fort Dearborn Building 



Rand. 458 Auto. 41-444 Rand. 459 

Fitzgerald & Bingham 

Court and General Reporters 

410-411 ASHLAND BLOCK 

GEORGE F. FITZGERALD HENRY BINGHAM 

Hyde Park 6443 Hyde Park 2929 



Katherine Davitt & Katharine Cerlach 

1016 First National Bank Building 

GENERAL AND PATENT 

LAW STENOGRAPHERS AND REPORTERS 

Depositions. Patent Testimony. Telephone: Randolph 5103 



Phones: 


Franklin 2785 

Todd 

COURT 


Mason 

REPORTER 


Auto. 


32-382 




Room 802, 167 W 


. Washington 


Street 





Carrie S. Tuttle 

COURT AND GENERAL STENOGRAPHER 

1313 Fort Dearborn Building 

Notary Telephones— Randolph 226, 227, 228 CHICAGO 



Franklin 2187 

Law Reporting Co. of Chicago 

32 NORTH CLARK STREET 



Phones: Franklin 2188; Graceland 558 

Edward J. Walsli 

COURT REPORTING 

Suite 724 Chicago Opera House Block 



Masters in Chancery 

CIRCUIT COURT 
Ball, Farlin H. 

808, 809 Title & Trust Bldg-. Tel. Cent. 1406. 

Brickwood, Albert W. 

1201-1202 Rector Bldg., Tel. Cent. 2878. 

Browning, Granville W. 

1210 Hartford Bldg., Tel. Cent. 976, Auto. 41-811. 

Condee, Ralph W. 

1222 First Nat. Bk. Bldg., Tel. Cent. 876, Auto. 44-043. 

Doyle, William A. 

1206-9 First Nat. Bk. Bldg., Tel. Cent. 810, Auto. 44-051. 

Ellis, John W. 

1107-8 Chicago Title & Trust Bldg., Tel. Ran. 872, Auto 41-453. 

Folsom, Richard S. 

1822 Commercial Nat. Bk. Bldg., Tel. Cent. 348 and 3981. 

Jamieson, Stillman B. 

Suite 1506 Ashland Blk., Tel. Cent. 1607, Auto. 44-597. 

Mason, Roswell B. 

1010 Marquette Bldg., Tel. Cent. 6116, Auto. 62-230. 

Rogers, Geo. Mills 

1310-1314 Chi. Title & Trust Bldg., Tel. Cent. 2643, Auto. 42-434 

Sass, Frederick 

.*rr414 Ft. Dearborn Bldg., Tel. Cent. 6646, Auto. 58-301. 

,'Sullivan, Dennis W. 

421 The Temple, 108 S. La Salle St., Tel. Main 3910, 

Wait, Horatio L. 

1201 Chicago Stock Exchange, Tel. Main 133. 

Zeisler, Sigmund 

906 Straus Bldg., Tel. Franklin 3230, Auto. 31-670. 

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Masters in Chancery 

SUPERIOR COURT 
Doyle, Leo J. 

534 First Nat. Bank Bldg., Tel. Ran. 4701 and 4702, Auto. 41-587. 

Dunne, Jr., Edward F. 

1103-4 City Hall Square Bldg., Tel Cent. 4296, Auto. 44-003. 

Ennis, James I. 

1334-40 Stock Exchange Bldg. Tel. Main 4341. 

Hamlin, Frank 

611 Portland Blk., Tel. Cent. 1717. 

Hummer, John S. 

710 Title & Trust Bldg., Tel. Cent. 592, Auto. 43-093. 

Humphrey, Wirt E. 

1311 Ashland Blk., Tel. Main 4221, 

Isaacs, Martin J. 

1023 Home Ins. Bldg., Tel. Cent. 6144. 

Maher, Michael E. 

1420 Unity Bldg., Tel. Ran. 367, Auto. 44-501. 

Mason, Charles T. 

503 Chamber of Commerce, Tel. Main 2885. 

Matchett, David F. 

913-19 Fort Dearborn Bldg., Tel. Ran. 5256, Auto. 51-916. 

O'Donnell, James V. 

420 Reaper Blk., Tel. Cent. 4998, Auto. 41-424. 

Pollack, Sidney S. 

1524 First Nat. Bank Bldg., Tel, Cent. 727, Auto. 44-035. 

Masters Continued on Next Page 



Masters in Chancery 

SUPERIOR COURT 
Stillwell, Charles C. 

1903-4 City Hall Square Bldg., Tel. Cent. 4339. 

Trainor, Charles J. 

506 Ashland Blk., Tel. Ran. 2340, Auto. 44-252. 

Turnock, James 

Room 405-35 N. Dearborn St., Tel. Han. 2919, Auto. 48-370. 

Weissenbach, Joseph 

1630 Tribune Bldg., Tel. Ran. 1806. 

Williams, C. Arch 

1012 Rector Bldg., Tel. Ran. 6166. 



U. S. DISTRICT COURT 
Morrison, Charles B. 

652 rederal Bldg., Tel. Harrison 3013. 



PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR 
Bishop, James F. 

1005-8 City Hall Square Bldg., Tel. Ran. 7445. 



PUBLIC GUARDIAN 

Carlin, Nellie 

817-27 Unity Bldg., Tel. Cent. 3640 and 3277. 



DIARY AND COURT CALENDAR 

Monday, June 2, 1913 

Superior, Probiite, Criminal and U. S. District Courts — First day of June term. 
U. S. District Court — Rule day in chancery and admiralty. 



Tuesday, June 3, 1913 

Illinois Supreme Court — First day of June term. 
U. S. District Court — Default day in chancery and admiralty. 



Wednesday, June 4, 1913 

Superior Court — Default day. 



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Thursday, June 5, 1913 



Friday, June 6, 1913 

C'lrcnlt Court — Last day of service and to file narr. to June term. 



Saturday, June 7, 1913 

Circuit Court — Last day to plead after appearance in chancery to May term. 



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ror Driets, Ahstracts, barnard& miller, 

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Lawyers may obtain information regarding incorporation or qualifica- 
tion of corporations in all states or territories from 
Cent. 4608. THE CORPORATION TRUST COMPANY. Auto. 51208. 

Monday, June 9, 1913 



L^'^ ^ CL 



Comity Couri—-! list ilay of Ji.ne term. 



Tuesday, June 10, 1913 



Wednesday, June 11, 1913 



County Court — Default day. 



Thursday, June 12, 1913 



Friday, June 13, 1913 



Saturday, June 14, 1913 



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Monday, June 16, 1913 

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Tuesday, June 17, 1913 

U. S. District Court — Last day of service in chancery to July term. 



Wednesday, June 18, 1913 



circuit Court — Default day. 



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170-174 N. La Salle Street. Phones— Franklin 564. Auto 32-077 



Counsel may obtain copies of Foreign Corporation Laws and general in- 
formation regarding organizing and qualifying corporations on request, 
c... «>os. THE CORPORATION TRUST COMPANY. *"•«■ "so"- 

Thursday, June 19, 1913 



Friday, June 20, 1913 



Saturday, June 21, 1913 

Superior Court — Last day to plead after appearance in chancery to June term. 



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Monday, June 23, 1913 

Probate Court — Call of claim docket. Last day to publish adjudication notices 
to the August term. 



Tuesday, June 24, 1913 



Wednesday, June 25, 1913 



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Thursday, June 26, 1913 



Friday, June 27, 1913 

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July term, 



Saturday, June 28, 1913 



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We assist counsel in the incorporation and qualification of corporations 

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Cent. 4608. THE CORPORATION TRUST COMPANY. Auto. 5120s. 

Monday June 30, 1913 



Tuesday, July 1, 1913 



Wednesday, July 2, 1913 



Thursday, July 3, 1913 



Friday, July 4, 1913 

Legal Holiday — Independence Day. 
Connty Court — Last day to serve summons and file narr. to July term. 



Saturday, July 5, 1913 

circuit Court — Last day to plead after appearance in chancery to June term. 



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Monday, July 7, 1913 

Saperlor, Probate, Criminal and U. s. District Conrts — First day of July teiin 
U. S. District Court — Rule day in cliancery and admiralty. 



Tuesday, July 8, 1913 

U. S. District Court — Default day in chancery and admiralty. 



Wednesday, July 9, 1913 

Superior Court — Default day. 



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ror isrieis, ADStracts, babnard& miller, 

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Lawyers may obtain information regarding incorporation or qualifica- 
tion of corporations in all states or territories from 
Cent. 4C0S. THE CORPORATION TRUST COMPANY. A«t«. 51208. 

Thursday, July 10, 1913 

U. S. District Court — Default day in law. 



Friday, July 11, 1913 

Circuit Court — Last day of service and to file narr. to the July term. 



Saturday, July 12, 1913 



Monday, July 14, 1913 

County Conrt — First day of July term. 



Tuesday, July 15, 1913 

II. S. District Court — Last day of service in chancery to August term 



Wednesday, July 16, 1913 



County Court — Default day. 



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Phones— Franklin 564. Auto 32-077 170-174 N. La Salle Street. 



Thursday, July 17, 1913 



Friday, July 18, 1913 



Saturday, July 19, 1913 



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180 



Counsel may obtain copies of Foreign Corporation Laws and general in- 
formation regarding organizing and qualifying corporations on request. 
Cent. 4608. THE CORPORATION TRUST COMPANY. ^uto. 51208. 

Monday, July 21, 1913 

circuit Court — First day of July term. 
Probate Court — Last day to publish adjudication notices to the September term. 



Tuesday, July 22, 1913 



Wednesday, July 23, 1913 



Circuit Court — Default day. 



Thursday, July 24, 1913 



Friday, July 25, 1913 

Saperior Court — Last day of service and to file narr. to August term 



Saturday, July 26, 1913 

Superior Court — Last day to plead after appearance in Chancery to July term. 



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Monday, July 28, 1913 



Tuesday, July 29, 1913 






Wednesday, July 30, 1913 



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Phones— Franklin 564. Auto 32-077 170-174 N. La Salle Street. 



We assist counsel in the incorporation and qualification of corporations 

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Cent. 460S. THE CORPORATION TRUST COMPANY. Ante 51208. 

Thursday, July 31, 1913 



Friday, August 1, 1913 

I County Court — Last day of service and file narr, to August term. 



Saturday, August 2, 1913 



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Monday, August 4, 1913 

Superior, Probate, Criminal and U. S. District Courts — First day of August term. 
U. S. District Court — Rule day in chancery and admiralty. 



Tuesday, August 5, 1913 

U. S. District Court — Default day in admiralty and chaHcery. 



Wednesday, August 6, 1913 



Superior Court — Default day. 



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Thursday, August 7, 1913 



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Cent. 460S. THE CORPORATION TRUST COMPANY. ^uto. 51208. 

Monday, August 11, 1913 

County Court — First day of August term. 



Tuesday, August 12, 1913 

U. S. District Court — Last day of service in chancery to the September term. 



Wednesday, August 13, 1913 



County Court — Default day. 



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Thursday, August 14, 1913 



Friday, August 15, 1913 



Saturday, August 16, 1913 



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Monday, August 18, 1913 

Circuit Court — First day of August term. 



Tuesday, August 19, 1913 



Wednesday, August 20, 1913 



ClrcuH Court — Default day. 



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189 



Counsel may obtain copies of Foreign Corporation Laws and general in- 
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Cent. 460S. THE CORPORATION TRUST COMPANY. a«*«- ^i-'os. 

Thursday, August 21, 1913 



Friday, August 22, 1913 

Superior Court — Last day to serve summons and file narr. to the September term. 



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Saturday, August 23, 1913 

Superior Court — Last day to plead after appearance in chancery to August term. 



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Monday, August 25, 1913 

Probate Court — Last day to publish adjudication notices to the October term in 
Daily Law Bulletin. 



Tuesday, August 26, 1913 



Wednesday, August 27, 1913 



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Thursday, August 28, 1913 



Friday, August 29, 1913 

County Court — Last day of service and to file narr. to September term. 



Saturday, August 30, 1913 



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We assist counsel in the incorporation and qualification of corporations 

in all states. 
Cent. 4608. THE CORPORATION TRUST COMPANY. Auto. 51208. 

Monday, September 1, 1913 

Labor Day — Legal Holiday. 

IT. S. District Court — Rule day In chancery and admiralty. 

Superior, Probate, Criminal and U. S. District Courts — First day of September 

term. 



Tuesday, September 2, 1913 

U. S. District Court — Default day in chancery and admiralty. 



Wednesday, September 3, 1913 



Superior Court — Default day. 



193 



Thursday, September 4, 1913 



Friday, September 5, 1913 

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Saturday, September 6, 1913 

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term. 



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Monday, September 8, 1913 

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Tuesday, September 9, 1913 



Wednesday, September 10, 1913 



County Court — Default day. 



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DarilarQ Of miller^ Oldest Law Printing House in the City 
Phones— Franklin 564. Auto 32-077 170-174 N. La Salle Street. 



Lawyers may obtain information regarding incorporation or qualifica- 
tion of corporations in all states or territories from 
Cent. 4608. THE CORPORATION TRUST COMPANY. ^nto. 51208. 

Thursday, September 11, 1913 



Friday, September, 12, 1913 



Saturday, September 13, 1913 



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Monday, September 15, 1913 

circuit Court — First day of September term. 



Tuesday, September 16, 1913 

U. S. District Court — Last day of service In chancery to October term. 



Wednesday, September 17, 1913 

circuit Court — Default day. 



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ror brieTs, ADSiracis, barnard&milleb, 

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Thursday, September 18, 1913 



Friday, September 19, 1913 



Saturday, September 20, 1913 

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J9p 



Counsel may obtain copies of Foreign Corporation Laws and general in- 
formation regarding organizing and qualifying corporations on request. 
Cent. 4608. THE CORPORATION TRUST COMPANY. a«*«- sisos. 

Monday, September 22, 1913 

Probate Court — Call of claim docket. Last day to publish adjudication notices 
to November term in Daily Law Bulletin. 



Tuesday, September 23, 1913 



Wednesday, September 24, 1913 



Thursday, September 25, 1913 



Friday, September 26, 1913 

Superior and U. S. District Courts — Last day of service and to file narr. to the 
October term. 



Saturday, September 27, 1913 



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Monday, September 29, 1913 



Tuesday, September 30, 1913 



Wednesday, October 1, 1913 



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Cent. 4608. THE CORPORATION TRUST COMPANY. ^uto. 51208. 

Thursday, October 2, 1913 



Friday, October 3, 1913 

County Court — Last day to serve summons and file narr. to October term. 



Saturday, October 4, 1913 

Circuit Court — Last day to plead after appearance in chancery to September term. 



Monday, October 6, 1913 

Superior, Probate, Criminal and U. S. District Courts — First day of October term. 
U. S. District Court — Rule day in chancery and admiralty. 



Tuesday, October 7, 1913 

Illinois Supreme, Appellate and TJ. S. Circuit Court of Appeals — First day of 

October term. 

U. S. District Court — Default day in chancery and adrdiralty. 



Wednesday, October 8, 1913 



Superior Court — Default day. 



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Thursday, October 9, 1913 

U. S. District Court — Default day In law. 



Friday, October 10, 1913 

Circuit Court — Last day of service and to file narr. to October term. 



Saturday, October 11, 1913 



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Lawyers may obtain information regarding incorporation or qualifica- 
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Cent. 4608. THE CORPORATION TRUST COMPANY. Auto. 51208. 

Monday, October 13, 1913 

County Court — First day of October term. 
U. S. Supreme Court — First day of term. 



Tuesday, October 14, 1913 

U. S. District Court — Last day of service in chancery to the November term. 



Wednesday, October 15, 1913 



Connty Court — Default day. 



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Thursday, October 16, 1913 



Friday, October 17, 1913 



Saturday, October 18, 1913 



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ror brieis, ADStracts, barnard& miller, 

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Monday, October 20, 1913 

Probate Court — Last day to publish adjudication notices to December term in 

the Dally Law Bulletin. 

Circuit Court — First day of October term. 



Tuesday, October 21, 1913 



Wednesday, October 22, 1913 



Circuit Court — Default day. 



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Darllai Q CI IVIIIICry oldest Law Printing House in the City 
Phones— Franklin 564. Auto 32-077 170-174 N. La Salle Street. 

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Counsel may obtain copies of Foreign Corporation Laws and general in- 
formation regarding organizing and qualifying corporations on request. 
Cent. 4608. THE CORPORATION TRUST COMPANY. ^uto. sisos. 

Thursday, October 23, 1913 



Friday, October 24, 1913 

Superior Court — Last day to serve summons and file narr. to the November term. 



Saturday, October 25, 1913 

Superior Court — Last day to plead after appearance in chancery to October term. 



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Monday, October 27, 1913 

Probate Court — Call of claim docket. 



Tuesday, October 28, 1913 



Wednesday, October 29, 1913 



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Thursday, October 30, 1913 



Friday, October 31, 1913 

County Court — Last day to serve summons and file narr. to the November term 



Saturday, November 1, 1913 



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ror briets, ADstracis, barnard& miller, 

170-174. N. La Salle Street. Phones— Franklin 564. Auto 32-077 

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We assist counsel in the incorporation and qualification of corporations 

in all states. 
Cent. 460S. THE CORPORATION TRUST COMPANY. Auto, siaos. 

Monday, November 3, 1913 

U. S. District Court — Rule day in chancery and admiralty. 
Superior, Probate and Criminal Courts — First day of the November term. 



Tuesday, November 4, 1913 

U. S. District Court — Default day in chancery and admiralty. 



Wednesday, November 5, 1913 



Superior Court — Default day. 



Thursday, November 6, 1913 



Friday, November 7, 1913 

Circuit Court — Last day to serve summons and file narr. to the November term. 



Saturday, November 8, 1913 

circuit Court — Last day to plead after appearance in chancery to the Octol)er 

term. 



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rillllvlo lUI Ldffffjwld Legal Printing is our Specialty. 
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Monday, November 10, 1913 

County Court — First day of the November term. 



Tuesday, November 11, 1913 

U. S. District Court — Last day of service in chancery to the December term. 



Wednesday, November 12, 1913 



County Court — Default day. 



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Lawyers may obtain information regarding incorporation or qualifica- 
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Cent. 460S. THE CORPORATION TRUST COMPANY. ^uto. 51208. 

Thursday, November 13, 1913 



Friday, November 14, 1913 



Saturday, November 15, 1913 



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Monday, November 17, 1913 

Circuit Court — First day of the November term. 



Tuesday, November 18, 1913 



Wednesday, November 19, 1913 



Circuit Court — Default day. 



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Dai narQ & IfllilCly oldest Law Printing House in the City 
Phones— Franklin 564. Auto 32-077 170-174 N. La Salle Street. 



Thursday, November 20, 1913 



Friday, November 21, 1913 

Superior Court — Last day to serve summons and file narr. to the December term. 



Saturday, November 22, 1913 

Superior Court — Last day to plead after appearance in chancery to the November 

term. 



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ror brieis, ADSiracis, barnard& miller, 

170-174. N. La Salle Street. Phones— Franklin 564. Auto 32-077 



Counsel may obtain copies of Foreign Corporation Laws and general in- 
formation regarding- organizing and qualifying corporations on request. 
Cent. 4608. THE CORPORATION TRUST COMPANY. A«to. sisos. 

Monday, November 24, 1913 

Probate Court — Call of claim docket. Last day to publish adjudication notices 
to the January term in the Daily Law Bulletin. 



Tuesday, November 25, 1913 



Wednesday, November 26, 1913 



Thursday, November 27, 1913 

Tlianksglvlngr Day — Legal Holiday. 



Friday, November 28, 1913 

County Court — Last day to serve summons and file narr. to the December term. 



Saturday, November 29, 1913 



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170-174 N. La Salle Street. Phones— Franklin 564. Auto 32-077 



Monday, December 1, 1913 

Superior, Probate aud Criminal Courts — First day of the December term. 
U. S. District Court — Rule day in chancery and admiralty. 



Tuesday, December 2, 1913 

U. S. District Court — Default day in chancery and admiralty. 
Illinois Supreme Court — First day of the December term. 



Wednesday, December 3, 1913 



Superior Court — Default day. 



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DdrilarQ Of IVIIIIUry OMest Law Prmtlng House m the city 
Phones— Franklin 564. Auto 32-077 170-174 N. La Salle Street. 



We assist counsel in the incorporation and qualification of corporations 

in all states. 
Cent. 4608. THE CORPORATION TRUST COMPANY. ^uto. 51208. 

Thursday, December 4, 1913 



Friday, December 5, 1913 

circuit and U. S. District Courts — Last day to serve summons and file narr. to 
the December term. 



Saturday, December 6, 1913 

Circuit Court — Last day to plead after appearance in chancery to the November 

term. 



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Monday, December 8, 1913 

County Conrt — First day of December term. 



Tuesday, December 9, 1913 



Wednesday, December 10, 1913 



County Court — Default day. 



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Thursday, December 11, 1913 



Friday, December 12, 1913 



Saturday, December 13, 1913 



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ror brieis, ADStracis, barnard& miller, 

170-174. N. La Salle Street. Phones— Franklin 564. Auto 32-077 



Lawyers may obtain information regarding incorporation or qualifica- 
tion of corporations in all states or territories from 
Cent. 4608. THE CORPORATION TRUST COMPANY. ^nto. 51208. 

Monday, December 15, 1913 

Circuit and U. S. District Courts — First day of the December term. 



Tuesday, December 16, 1913 

U, S. District Court — Last day of service in cliancery to January term. 



Wednesday, December 17, 1913 



Circuit Court — Default day. 



Thursday, December 18, 1913 

U. S. District Court — Default day in law. 



Friday, December 19, 1913 



Saturday, December 20, 1913 

Superior Court — Last day to plead after appearance in chancery to the Decemlur 

term. 



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Monday, December 22, 1913 

Probate Court — Call of claim docket. Last day to publish adjudication notices 
to the February term in the Daily Law Bulletin. 



Tuesday, December 23, 1913 



Wednesday, December 24, 1913 



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ror Bneis, ADStracis, barnard& miller, 

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Counsel may obtain copies of Foreign Corporation Laws and general in- 
formation regarding organizing and qualifying corporations on request. 
Cent. 460S. THE CORPORATION TRUST COMPANY. ^"*«- sisos. 

Thursday, December 25, 1913 

Cliristmns Day — Legal Holiday. 



Friday, December 26, 1913 

Superior Court — Last day to serve summons and file narr. to the January term. 



Saturday, December 27, 1913 



Monday, December 29, 1913 



Tuesday, December 30, 1913 



Wednesday, December 31, 1913 



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bflrnflrO & iTllllCry OMest Law Printing House in the City 
Phones— Franklin 564. Auto 32-077 170-174 N. La Salle Street. 



Thursday, January 1, 1914 

IVew Vcars Day — Legal Holiday. 



Friday, January 2, 1914 

circuit Court — Last day to serve summons and to file nai-r. to the January term. 



Saturday, January 3, 1914 

circuit Court — Last day to plead after appearance in uliancery lo the December 

term. 



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ror Drieis, ADStracts, barnard& miller, 

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We assist counsel in the incorporation and qualification of corporations 

in all states. 
Cent. 4608. THE CORPORATION TRUST COMPANY. ^uto. 51208. 

Monday, January 5, 1914 

Superior, Probate and Criminal Courts — First day of January term. 
U. S. District Court — Rule day in chancery and admiralty. 



Tuesday, January 6, 1914 

U. S, Circuit Court of Appeals, 7th Circuit — First day of January session. 
U. S. District Court — Default day in chancery and admiralty. 



Wednesday, January 7, 1914 



Superior Court — Default day. 



Thursday, January 8, 1914 



Friday, January 9, 1914 

Circuit Court — Last day of service and to file narr. to February term. 



Saturday, January 10, 1914 



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Monday, January 12, 1914 

Couuty Court — first day of the January term. 



Tuesday, January 13, 1914 

U. S. District Court — Last day of service in cliancery to the February term. 



Wednesday, January 14, 1914 



Couuty Court — Default day. 



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Cent. 4G0S. THE CORPORATION TRUST COMPANY, Auto. 51208. 

Thursday, January 15, 1914 



Friday, January 16, 1914 



Saturday, January 17, 1914 



Monday, January 19, 1914 

Probate Court — Last day to publish adjudication notices to the March term in 

the Daily Law Bulletin. 

Circuit Court — First day of the January term. 



Tuesday, January 20, 1914 



Wednesday, January 21, 1914 



Circuit Court — Default cPay, 



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ror briefs, ADstracts, barnard& miller, 

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Thursday, January 22, 1914 



Friday, January 23, 1914 

Superior Court — Last day of service and to file narr. to the February term. 



Saturday, January 24, 1914 

Superior Court — Last day to plead after appearance in chancery to the January 

term. 



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DarildrQ Of nilllCry Omest Law printing House in the city 
Phones— Franklin 564. Auto 32-077 170-174 N. La Salle Street. 



Counsel may obtain copies of Foreign Corporation Laws and general in- 
formation regarding organizing and qualifying corporations on request. 
Cent. 4608. THE CORPORATION TRUST COMPANY. ^uto. 5120s. 

Monday, January 26, 1914 

Probate Court — Call of claim Docket. 



Tuesday, January 27, 1914 



Wednesday, January 28, 1914 



Thursday, January 29, 1914 



Friday, January 30, 1914 

County Court— Last day of service and to file narr. to the February term. 



Saturday, January 31, 1914 



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I Ul UllUlOy flllOtrclVlOy BARNARD & MILLER, 

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Monday, February 2, 1914 

Snperior, Probate, Criniiual and U. S. District Courts — First day of February 

term. 
XJ. S. District Court — Rule day in chancery and admiralty. 



Tuesday, February 3, 1914 

Illinois Supreme Court — First day of February term. 
U. S. District Court — Default day in chancery and admiralty. 



Wednesday, February 4, 1914 



Superior Court — Default day, 



p ■ ■ I I BARNARD & MILLER 

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170-174 N. La Salle Street. Phpnes— Franklin 564. Auto 32-077 



We assist counsel in the incorporation and qualification of corporations 

in all states. 
Cent. 4608. THE CORPORATION TRUST COMPANY. Auto. 51208. 

Thursday, February 5, 1914 



Friday, February 6, 1914 

circuit Court — Last day to serve summons and to file narr. to February term. 



Saturday, February 7, 1914 

Circuit Court — Last day to plead after appearance In chancery to the January 

term. 



Monday, February 9, 1914 

County Court — First day of February term. 



Tuesday, February 10, 1914 

U. S. District Court — Last day of service in chancery to the March term. 



Wednesday, February 11, 1914 



Couuty Court — Default day 



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Thursday, February 12, 1914 

Liucolu's Birthday — Legal Holiday. 



Friday, February 13, 1914 



Saturday, February 14, 1914 



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Ddllldra Of IfllllCry OMest Law Printing House in the City 
Phones— Franklin 564. Auto 32-077 170-174 N. La Salle Street. 



Lawyers may obtain information regarding incorporation or qualifica- 
tion of corporations in all states or territories from 
Cent. 4608. THE CORPORATION TRUST COMPANY. ^uto. 51208. 

Monday, February 16, 1914 

Circuit Court — First day of the FelDruary term. 



Tuesday, February 17, 1914 



Wednesday, February 18, 1914 



Circuit Court — Default day. 



Thursday, February 19, 1914 



Friday, February 20, 1914 

Superior and TJ. S. District Courts — Last day of service in law and to file narr. 
to March term. 



Saturday, February 21, 1914 

Superior Court — Last day to plead after appearance in chancery to February 

term. 



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Monday, February 23, 1914 

Probate Court — Call of claim docket. Last day to publish adjudication notices to 
April term in Daily Law Bulletin. 



Tuesday, February 24, 1914 



Wednesday, February 25, 1914 



n - I £ I BARNARD & MILLER 

rrinterS lOr Lawyers Legal printing is our specialty. 
170-174 N. La Salle Street. Phones— Franklin 564. Auto 32-077 



Counsel may obtain copies of Foreign Corporation Laws and general in- 
formation regarding organizing and qualifying corporations on request. 
Cent. 460S. THE CORPORATION TRUST COMPANY. Auto. 51208. 

Thursday, February 26, 1914 



Friday, February 27, 1914 

County Court — Last day of service and to file narr. to March term. 



Saturday, February 28, 1914 



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Monday, March 2, 1914 

Superior, Probate and Criminal Courts — First day of term. 
U. S. District Court — First day of Marcli term. Rule day in chancery and 

admiralty. 



Tuesday, March 3, 1914 

A.ppellate and Braneli Appellate Courts, First District — First day of March term. 
U. S. District Court — Default day in chancery and admiralty. 



Wednesday, March 4, 1914 

Superior Court — Default day. 



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Phones— Franklin 564. Auto 32-077 170-174 N. La Salle Street. 



Thursday, March 5, 1914 

U. S. District Court — Default day in law. 



Friday, March 6, 1914 

Circuit Conrt — Last day to serve summons and to file narr. to the March term. 



Saturday, March 7, 1914 

Circuit Conrt — Last day to plead after appearance In chancery to the February 



DrintAr» IaI" I OUfVAVO BARNARD & MILLER 

rrilllwrS lOr LdWywlS Legal printing: is our Specialty. 
170-174 N. La Salle Street. Phones— Franklin 564. Auto 82-077 



We assist counsel in the incorporation and qualification of corporations 

in all states. 
Cent. 400S. THE CORPORATION TRUST COMPANY. Auto. 51208. 

Monday, March 9, 1914 

County Court — First day of March term. 



Tuesday, March 10, 1914 



Wednesday, March 11, 1914 



County Court — Default day. 



Thursday, March 12, 1914 



Friday, March 13, 1914 



Saturday, March 14, 1914 



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ror brieis, Abstracts, barnard&milleb, 

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Monday, March 16, 1914 

Circuit Court — First day of March term. 



Tuesday, March 17, 1914 

U. S. District Court — Last day of service in chancery to April term. 



Wednesday, March 18, 1914 



Circuit Court — Default day, 



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DarnaiQ Cf mlllciy oldest Law Printing House m the city 
Phones— Franklin 564. Auto 32-077 170-174 N. La Salle Street. 

249 



Counsel may obtain copies of Foreign Corporation Laws and general in- 
formation regarding organizing and qualifying corporations on request. 
Cent -1608. THE CORPORATION TRUST COMPANY, ^-.o. 51308. 

Thursday, March 19, 1914 



Friday, March 20, 1914 



Saturday, March 21, 1914 

Superior Court — Last day to plead after appearance in chancery to March term. 



260 



Monday, March 23, 1914 

Probate Court — Call of claim docket. Last day to publish adjudication notices 
to May term in Daily Law Bulletin. 



Tuesday, March 24, 1914 

Fourth District Appellate Court, Illinois — First day of March term. 



Wednesday, March 25, 1914 



PrintArc fnr liiiiivArc s^Rnard & miller 

rillllClO lUl LdWyUla Legal Printing is our Specialty. 
170-174 N. La Salle Street. Phones— Franklin 564. Auto 32-077 



Thursday, March 26, 1914 



Friday, March 27, 1914 

Superior Court — Last day of service and to file narr. to April term. 



Saturday, March 28, 1914 



U I O ii:||A» ^^^ PRINTERS, Established 1857 

DdinarQ & mlllCly Oldest Law Printing House in the City 
Phones— Franklin 564. Auto 32-077 170-174 N. La Salle Street. 

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We assist counsel in tlie incorporation and qualification of corporations 

in all states. 
CM. 4608. THE CORPORATION TRUST COMPANY. *""• ="«8. 

Monday, March 30, 1914 



Tuesday, March 31, 1914 



Wednesday, April 1, 1914 



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Thursday, April 2, 1914 



Friday, April 3, 1914 

County Court — Last day of service and to file narr. to April term. 



Saturday, April 4, 1914 

Circuit Court — Last day to plead after appearance in chancery to March term. 



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Monday, April 6, 1914 

Superior, Probate and Criminal Courts — First day of April term. 
U. S. District Court — First day of April term. Rule day in chancery and 

admiralty. 



Tuesday, April 7, 1914 

Second District Appellate Court, Illinois — First day of April term. 

U. S. District Court — Default day in chancery and admiralty. 

Illinois Supreme Court — First day of April term. 



Wednesday, April 8, 1914 

Superior Court — Default day. 



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ror brieis, ADSiracts, barnard& miller, 

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266 



Counsel may obtain copies of Foreign Corporation Laws and general in- 
formation regarding organizing and qualifjdng corporations on request. 
Cent. 460S. THE CORPORATION TRUST COMPANY. ^°*«- ^isos. 

Thursday, April 9, 1914 



Friday, April 10, 1914 

Circnit Court — Last day to serve summons and' file narr. to April term. 



Saturday, April 11, 1914 



Monday, April 13, 1914 

County Court — First day of April term. 



Tuesday, April 14, 1914 

U. S. District Court — Last day of service in chancery to May term. 
U. S. Circuit Court of Appeals, Seventh Circuit — First day of April session. 



Wednesday, April 15, 1914 



County Court — Default day. 



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Thursday, April 16, 1914 



Friday, April 17, 1914 



Saturday, April 18, 1914 



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bflrnSrO & IVIIIICry OMest Law Prtntmg House in the city 
Phones— Franklin 564. Auto 32-077 170-174 N. La Salle Street. 

258 



Counsel may obtain copies of Foreign Corporation Laws and general in- 
formation regarding organizing and qualif5dng corporations on request. 
Cent. 460S. THE CORPORATION TRUST COMPANY. ^uto. siaos. 

Monday, April 20, 1914 

Probate Court — Last day to publish adjudication notices to June term in Daily 

Law Bulletin. 

Circuit Court — First day of March term. 



Tuesday, April 21, 1914 



Wednesday, April 22, 1914 



circuit Court — Default day. 



Thursday, April 23, 1914 



Friday, April 24, 1914 

Superior and V. S. District Courts — Last day of service and to file narr. to May 



Saturday, April 25, 1914 

Superior Court — Last day to plead after appearance in chancery to the April term. 



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Monday, April 27, 1914 

Probate Court — Call Of claim docket. 



Tuesday, April 28, 1914 



Wednesday, April 29, 1914 



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Lawyers may obtain information regarding incorporation or qualifica- 
tion of corporations in all states or territories from 
Cent. 4608. THE CORPORATION TRUST COMPANY. a»*«- ^i^os. 

Thursday, April 30, 1914 



Friday, May 1, 1914 



( County Court — Last day of service and to file narr. to May term 



Saturday, May 2, 1914 



Monday, May 4, 1914 

Superior, Probate and Criminal Courts — First day of May term. 
U. S. District Court — First day of May term. Rule day in cliancery and admiralty. 



Tuesday, May 5, 1914 

U. S. District Court — Default day in chancery and admiralty. 
TUrd District Appellate Court, Illinois — First day of May term. 



Wednesday, May 6, 1914 

Superior Court — Default day. 



Q - ■ { I BARNARD & MILLER 

rnnterS lOr Lawyers Legal Prmtmg is our specialty 
170-174 N. La Salle Street. Phones— Franklin 564. Auto 32-077 



Thursday, May 7, 1914 

U. S. District Court — Default day in law. 



Friday, May 8, 1914 

circuit Court — Last day to serve summons and to file narr. to the May term. 



Saturday, May 9, 1914 

circuit Court — Last day to plead after appearances in chancery to April term, 



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Monday, May 11, 1914 

Cuuuty Court — First day of May term. 



Tuesday, May 12, 1914 

L. S. District Court — Last day of service in chancery to June term. 



Wednesday, May 13, 1914 



County Court — DefaiUt day. 



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ror Dneis, Abstracts, barnard& miller, 

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Thursday, May 14, 1914 



Friday, May 15, 1914 



Saturday, May 16, 1914 



Printers fnr laiuvArc Barnard & MILLER 

I IIII1CI9 lUI LdWJCiS Legal Printing is our Specialty. 
170-174 N. La Salle Street. Phones— Franklin 564. Auto 32-077 



Monday, May 18, 1914 

Circuit Court — First day of May term. 



Tuesday, May 19, 1914 



Wednesday, May 20, 1914 

Circuit Court — Default day. 



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DarllarQ & IVIIIICry OMest Law Printing House in the City 
Phones— Franklin 564. Auto 32-077 170-174 N. La Salle Street. 



Thursday, May 21, 1914 



Friday, May 22, 1914 

Saperior Court — Last day of service and to file narr. to June term. 



Saturday, May 23, 1914 

Saperior Court — Last day to plead after appearance in chancery to May term. 



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rillllCIO lUl LdfrjClO Legal Printing is our Specialty. 
170-174 N. La Salle Street. Phones— Franklin 564. Auto 32-077 



Monday, May 25, 1914 

Probate Court — Call of claim docket. 
Last day to publish adjudication notices to July term in Daily Law Bulletin. 



Tuesday, May 26, 1914 



Wednesday, May 27, 1914 



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rOr y UICIV rrillllllg RellaMe firm BARNARD & MILLER 
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Thursday, May 28, 1914 



Friday, May 29, 1914 



Saturday, May 30, 1914 

Decoration Day — Legal Holiday. 



D^vn^ivfl fi. llillAr ^^^ PRINTERS, Established 1857 
DailldrQ Of miller^ Oldest Law Printing House in the City 
Phones— Franklin 564. Auto 32-077 170-174 N. La Salle Street. 



Rules of Practice 



Supreme Court of Illinois. 



IN FORCE MARCH 1, 1911 



Records of Trial Courts— How Pre- 
pared. 

Rule 1. The authenticated copy of the 
record of the judgment, order or decree 
of the trial court, to be filed in this court 
on appeal or error, or in return to a writ 
of error or certiorari, shall contain, in 
chronological order, copies of — first, the 
process and service ; second, the plead- 
ings ; third, the verdict in jury trials; 
fourth, the judgment or decree of the 
court ; fifth, all orders in the cause ; sixth, 
the bill of exceptions, or, in chancery 
cases, all depositions, the master's report 
and certificate of evidence, if any ; sev- 
enth, the appeal bond, in cases of appeal. 
But in civil cases a party or his attorney 
may, by praecipe, direct what files of the 
cause shall be included in the transcript, 
and in such case, if the transcript shall 
be insufficient to fully and fairly present 
the questions involved, the requisite por- 
tion shall be applied at his cost, and if 
unnecessarily voluminous, he shall 
pay the cost of unnecessary mat- 
ter. In cases removed from the Ap- 
pellate Court there shall be added a tran- 
script of the proceedings in such court. 
In no case shall the clerk insert in any 
transcript any matter not a part of the 
record, and the clerk of this court shall 
not tax as costs any matter so inserted 
contrary to rule. 
Supersedeas— Manner of Applying 
For— Bond. 
Rule 2. If a supersedeas shall be ap- 
plied for, the transcript of the record on 
which the application is made must be 
complete, and so certified by the clerk of 
the court below; or, in civil cases, there 
shall be attached to the transcript a cer- 
tificate of the judge who heard the cause 
below, that the transcript contains all of 
the record necessary to a full and fair 
presentation of the errors complained of; 
and the requisite bond must be entered 
Into and filed in the office of the clerk 
of this court according to law, with the 
assignment of errors written on or ap- 
pended to the record. And on every ap- 
plication for a supersedeas, an abstract 
of the record, with a brief containing the 
points and authorities relied upon, and 
pointing specifically to those portions of 
the record upon which the alleged errors 
arose, shall be presented, with the record, 
to the court or judge to whom the applica- 
tion is made. Every such application 
must be accompanied by a proper affidavit 
of some credible person, showing the suf- 
ficiency of the proffered bail or bond. 

Rule 3. Whenever a bond is executed 
by an attorney in fact, the clerk shall 
require the original power of attorney to 
be filed in his office, unless it shall ap- 
pear that the power of attorney con- 

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tains other powers than the mere power 
to execute the bond in question, in which 
case the original power of attorney shall 
be presented to the clerk and a true copy 
thereof filed, certified by the clerk to be 
a true copy of the original. 

Rule 4. "When a writ of error shall 
be made a supersedeas, the clerk shall 
endorse upon said writ the following 
words : "This writ of error is made a 
supersedeas, and is to be obeyed accord- 
ingly," and he shall thereupon file the 
writ of error, with the transcript of the 
record, in his office. Said transcript shall 
be taken and considered as a due return 
to said writ, and thereupon it shall be 
the clerk's duty to issue a certificate in 
substance as follows: 

State of Illinois, _„ 

Office of Clerk of Supreme Court. /^^' 

I do hereby certify that a writ of er- 
ror has issued from this court for the re- 
versal of a [judgment or decree] ob- 
tained by vs , in the 

court of , at the 

term, A. D. 19.., in a certain action of 

, which writ of error is made a 

supersedeas, and is to operate as a sus- 
pension of the execution of the [judgment 
or decree] and, as such, is to be obeyed 
by all concerned. Given under my hand 
and the seal of the Supreme Court, at 

Springfield, this day of 

A. D. 19. . 



Cierk. 
Writs of Error— Process. 

Rule 5. Writs of error shall be direct- 
ed to the clerk or keeper of the record of 
the court in which the judgment or de- 
cree complained of is entered, command- 
ing him to certify a correct transcript of 
the record to this court ; but where the 
plaintiff in error shall file in the office of 
the clerk of this court a transcript of 
the record, duly certified to according to 
the rules, before a writ of error issues, 
it shall not be necessary to send such writ 
to the clerk of the interior court, but such 
transcript shall be taken and considered 
as a due return to said writ. 

Rule 6. The process on a writ of error 
shall be a scire facias to hear errors. Is- 
sued on the application of the plaintiff in 
error to the clerk, upon the filing of the 
transcript of record, directed to the sher- 
iff or other officer of the proper county, 
commanding him to summon the defend- 
ant in error to appear in court and show 
cause, if any he have, why the judgment 
or decree mentioned in the writ of error 
shall not be reversed. If the scire facias 
be not returned executed, successive writs 
may Issue without an order of court. If 
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be made on or before twenty days before 
the first day of the succeeding term of 
said court, then the scire facias shall be 
made returnable on the first day of such 
succeeding term ; but if the application 
Is not made on or before twenty days 
before the first day of the succeeding 
term, then the scire facias shall be made 
returnable on the first day of the sec- 
ond succeeding term. 

Rule 7. The first day of each term 
shall be return day for the return of pro- 
cess, and no party shall be compelled to 
answer or prepare for hearing unless 
the scire facias shall have been served 
twenty days before the return day there- 
of ; nor shall a defendant be at liberty 
to enter his appearance and compel the 
plaintiff to proceed with the cause un- 
less the defendant shall have given the 
plaintiff twenty days' notice, before the 
term, of his intention to enter his ap- 
pearance and have the cause proceed 
to a hearing. If the scire facias is served 
less than twenty days before the return 
day thereof, the defendant will be re- 
quired to plead or join in error by the 
first day of the second succeeding term 
to which the cause shall stand continued. 

Rule 8. in all cases in which a writ 
of error is made a supersedeas, the plain- 
tiff in error shall, on filing the record 
with the clerk, at the same time order 
and direct a scire facias to issue to hear 
errors, and shall use reasonable diligence 
to have the same served twenty 
days before the first day of the term to 
which it is made returnable. On failing 
to do so, the defendant in error shall 
have the right to a hearing at the said 
term, after joining in error, without giv- 
ing twenty days' notice as required by 
rule 7 : Provided, if there be not twenty 
days between the allowance of the su- 
persedeas and the sitting of the court 
the cause shall stand continued until the 
next term, unless, by consent of parties. 
It shall be otherwise ordered. 

Notice to Pnrcliasers and Terre- 
Tenants. 

Rule 9. In all cases wherein guar- 
dians, executors or administrators, or oth- 
ers acting In a fiduciary character, have 
obtained an order or decree for the sale 
of lands In causes ex parte, and a sale 
has been had under such decree or order, 
and the same shall be brought to this 
court for review, the purchaser or terre- 
tenants of such lands, if known, shall 
be suggested to the court by affidavit 
of the plaintiff in error, and notice given 
them of the pendency of the writ of er- 
ror twenty days before the first day of 
the term of the court to which the scire 
facias Is returnable, so that they may 
appear and defend. 

Time for FIlliii? Records— Hearing 
Docket. 

Rule 10. No case brought to this 
court by appeal or on error shall be 
placed on the court docket for hearing 
unless the record is filed on or before 
twenty days before the first day of the 
term, nor in cases brought by writ of 
error unless the scire facias shall have 
been served twenty days before the first 
day of the term, except in extraordinary 
cases the court, upon special application, 
may order a cause to be placed on the 
hearing docket. 



Assij;unient of Errors. 

Rule 11. The appellant or plaintiff In 
error shall, in all cases, assign errors at 
the time of filing his record in this 
court, and on failing to do so the case 
may be dismissed or the judgment or de- 
cree be affirmed ; but other errors may be 
assigned after the filing of the record, 
by leave of the court or of one of the 
justices. The appellee or defendant in 
error shall have the right to assign cross- 
errors, as allowed by the statute, within 
two days after the record is filed in this 
court, and not afterwards without spe- 
cial leave of the court or of one of the 
justices. The assignment of errors and 
cross-errors must be written upon or 
attached to the record. 

Inspection of Original Papers. 

Rule 12. Whenever, in the opinion 
of the presiding judge of any inferior 
court, an inspection of an original paper 
in an action on appeal or writ of error 
shall be important to a correct decision 
of the case, sucli judge may make such 
order for the transmission, safe keeping 
and return of such original paper as to 
him may seem proper. And the clerk 
of this court will receive such original 
paper in connection with the transcript, 
and hold the same subject to such or- 
der. 

Removing Records. 

Rule 13. No person shall remove 
from the office of the clerk any record 
of this court, except upon special leave 
granted for that purpose. No record 
shall be taken from the files of the court, 
except on application therefor to the 
clerk or his deputy, and it is made the 
duty of the clerk to report promptly to 
the court every violation of this rule. 
The clerk shall be held responsible for 
the safe keeping and production of the 
records : Provided, that in cases in which 
the appeal or writ of error is trans- 
ferred to an Appellate Court because 
the same should have been taken to, or 
sued out of, that court, the clerk shall 
transmit the record, abstracts and briefs 
to such Appellate Court ; and in all cases 
in which an appeal is dismissed, where 
the party still shall have the right to 
sue out of this court a writ of error, 
the clerk shall permit the party to use 
the transcript of the record as a return 
to a writ of error sued out of this court, 
and no special order shall be necessary 
for such purpose. And provided fur- 
ther, that when the original bill of ex- 
ceptions or certificate of evidence shall 
be incorporated in the transcript of 
the record and the judgment or de- 
cree shall be reversed and • the cause 
remanded for another trial or hearing, 
said original bill of exceptions or cer- 
tificate of evidence may be withdrawn 
by either party desiring to use the 
.same on another trial or hearing, and 
tlie clerk of this court, upon applica- 
tion therefor, will detach the same 
from the transcript, substituting there- 
for the receipt of the party to wliom 
the same is delivered and a certified 
copy of any original document in- 
cluded in or annexed to such bill of 
exceptions or certificate of evidence as 
an exhibit. 

Abstracts. 

Rule 14. In all cases the party bring- 
ing a cause into this court shall furnish 
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record, referring to the pages of the rec- 
ord by numerals on the margin. And 
where the record contains the evidence, it 
shall be condensed in narrative form in 
the abstract, so as to clearly and con- 
cisely present its substance. The ab- 
stract shall contain a complete index, al- 
phabetically arranged, giving the page 
where each paper or exhibit may be 
found, with the names of the witnesses 
and the pages of the direct, cross and 
re-direct examination : Provided, that in 
cases brought from the Appellate Court 
the abstracts filed in such court under 
its rules may be filed here by changing 
the cover to conform to the rule, and 
filing therewith a printed abstract of the 
record of the Appellate Court and an in- 
dex. The abstract must be sufficient to 
fully present every error and exception 
relied upon, and it will be taken to be 
accurate and sufficient for a full under- 
standing of the questions presented for 
decision, unless the opposite party shall 
file a further abstract, making necessary 
corrections or additions. Such further 
abstract may be filed if the original ab- 
stract is incomplete or inaccurate in any 
substantial part. 

Briefs. 

Rule 15. Each party shall file a print- 
ed brief in the cause. The brief of ap- 
pellant or plaintiff in error shall con- 
tain a short and clear statement of the 
case, including, first, the form of the ac- 
tion ; second, the nature of the plead- 
ings sufficiently to show what the. issues 
were, and to present any question sub- 
ject to review arising on such pleadings; 
third, in cases depending upon the evi- 
dence the leading facts which such evi- 
dence proved or tended to prove, with- 
out discussion or argument and without 
detail ; fourth, how the issues were de- 
cided upon the trial or hearing, and what 
the judgment or decree was ; and fifth, 
the errors relied upon for a reversal. 
The statement so made will be taken to 
be accurate and sufficient, unless the op- 
posite party shall, in his brief, point out 
wherein it is inaccurate or insufficient. 
Following the statement of the case, the 
brief shall conclude with the points made 
and the authorities relied upon in sup- 
port of them ; and in citing cases, the 
names of the parties must be given, with 
the book and page where the case is re- 
ported. No alleged error or point not 
contained in such brief shall be raised 
afterwards, either by reply brief, or in 
oral or printed argument, or on petition 
for rehearing. 

The brief of appellee or defendant in 
error shall contain a short and clear 
statement of the propositions by which 
counsel seek to meet the alleged errors 
and sustain the judgment or decree, or 
by which such errors are obviated. Coun- 
sel may also, in such statement, point 
out any lnsufl3ciency or inaccuracy in the 
statement of the opposite party, and sup- 
ply or correct the same, and, in cases 
depending on the evidence, may state 
the leading facts or conclusions which 
the evidence proved or tended to prove, 
without discussion or argument and with- 
out detail. Such brief shall conclude with 
the points and authorities relied upon, 
in like manner as required in the briefs 
of appellant or plaintiff in error. All 
briefs shall be signed by counsel filing 
the same. \ 

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In all cases brought from the Appel- 
late Court, the party bringing the case 
to this court shall file as an appendix to 
his brief the printed opinion of such Ap- 
pellate Court in the cause, including the 
statement of facts, if any, prepared by 
that court. 

The brief of any party may be fol- 
lowed by an argument in support of such 
brief, which shall be distinct therefrom 
but bound with the same. The argu- 
ment shall be confined to discussion and 
elaboration of the points contained in 
the brief. Evidence shall not be copied 
at length in such argument, but it shall 
refer to the abstract for the same: Pro- 
vided, that where it may be important 
to determine what questions were raised 
in the Appellate Court, certified copies 
of the briefs and arguments filed and 
used in that court may be filed in this 
court on motion and leave granted. Briefs 
filed in the Appellate Court will not be 
received for any other purpose. 

Printingr Briefs and Abstracts. 

Rule 16. Abstracts and briefs shall 
be Drinted in a neat and workmanlike 
manner, with small pica type and leaded 
lines, upon white paper 6% by 10 inches, 
as near as may be, bound in book or 
pamphlet form, with a suitable cover con- 
taining the title of the court and cause 
and the court from which the case is 
brought. The name of the trial judge 
entering the judgment, decree or order 
to be reviewed shall appear upon the 
cover of the abstract. Twelve copies of 
each abstract and brief shall be filed with 
the clerk of this court, one of which 
shall be for the use of the opposite party 
and one for the official reporter. 
Motions. 

Rule 17. The clerk of this court will 
enter- all motions of course, such as for 
hearing, taking the case under advise- 
ment and entering decisions. Special mo- 
tions may be made immediately after 
the decisions of the court are announced, 
but at no other time, unless in case of 
necessity or in relation to a cause when 
called in course. They shall be in writ- 
ing, and when based on matters which 
do not appear of record shall be sup- 
ported by affidavit. They shall be filed 
with the clerk, together with the reasons 
in support thereof, at least one day be- 
fore they shall be submitted to the court 
and at least one day before the cause 
stands for trial, except as above pro- 
vided. Objections to motions must also 
be In writing, and oral arguments will 
not be heard : Provided, however, that 
before such motions are made, a copy 
thereof, together with the reasons and 
showing in support of the same, shall be 
served on counsel of the opposite party, 
unless such service shall be shown, by 
aflSdavit, to be impracticable. 
Time to Plead. 

Rule 18. In all cases in this court 
where the defendant In error or appellee 
desires to plead and not join In error, 
he shall file his plea in the office of the 
clerk not later than the first day of the 
term at which the cause stands for hear- 
ing, and the issue thereon must be made 
up before the day the cause is to be 
heard. 

Security for Costs. 

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of this state, or insolvent, and that no 
bond for costs has been filed, a rule shall 
be entered against him, of which he shall 
take notice, to show cause why the writ 
shall not be dismissed. 

Original Actions. 
Rule 20. In proceedings in original 
actions relating to the revenue, process 
or notice of a motion shall be served on 
the defendant at least twenty days be- 
fore the first day of the term. If there 
shall not be twenty days between the day 
of service and first day of the term, or 
If a declaration setting forth the cause 
of action shall not be filed at least 
twenty days before the first day of the 
term, the cause may be continued on the 
application of the defendant. 
Final Process. 
Rule 21. No final process shall issue 
In any case before the close of the term, 
unless, for good cause shown, the court 
shall otherwise order. 

Agrreed Cases. 
Rule 22. No judgment will be pro- 
nounced in any agreed case placed upon 
the docket of this court, unless an affida- 
vit shall be filed setting forth that the 
matters presented by the record were 
litigated in good faith about a matter in 
actual controversy between the parties, 
and that the opinion of this court is not 
sought with any other design than to 
adjudicate and settle the law relative to 
the matter in actual controversy between 
the parties to the record. 

Docketint? and Rehearing. 
Rule 23. Causes in which the peo- 
ple are a party, and in which they have 
a direct , interest in the decision, shall be 
placed at the head of the docket ; all 
other cases shall be docketed and called 
for argument in the order in which the 
records shall have been filed with the 
clerk : Provided, however, that causes 
which, in the judgment of the court, in- 
volve important public interests may be 
advanced on the docket. 

Rule 24. In preparing the docket of 
the business of the terms the clerk shall 
place upon the same all cases pending in 
which final judgment has not been en- 
tered, and in all such cases where the 
case shall have been submitted to the 
court for consideration, the clerk shall 
note upon the docket the term at which 
such case was submitted. 

Rule 25. All petitions for rehearing 
shall be docketed separate and apart 
from the trial docket. 

Call of Docket— expiration of Rules. 

Rule 26. The trial docket shall be 
called numerically, and the causes shall 
be argued, continued or otherwise dis- 
posed of as thoy are called, unless, for 
good cause shown, they be placed at the 
foot of the docket. All unexpired rules 
will terminate upon the call of the cause 
for hearing: Provided, that if the court 
shall give time to either party without 
the consent of the other, the cause shall 
not lose Its precedence on the docket. 

Call of Docket— Time of Filing: Ab- 
stracts and Briefs. 

Rule 27. The call of the docket will 
commence on Thursday of the second 
week of the term and twenty cases per 
day shall be subject to call. Abstracts 
and briefs of the appellant or plaintiff 



in error must be filed In the clerk's of- 
fice on or before twenty days before the 
first day of the term at which the cause 
will stand for hearing, together with 
proof of service of copies of such ab- 
stracts and briefs on the opposite party 
or his counsel, personally or by mail, and 
in case either the abstract or brief is 
not so filed within the time prescribed, 
the judgment of the court below will, 
on the call of the docket, be affirmed. The 
appellee or defendant in error shall file 
his brief, with like proof of service, not 
later than the first day of the term, un- 
less the time for filing the brief of ap- 
pellant or plaintiff in error shall be ex- 
tended, in which case he shall have twen- 
ty days from the day on which the brief 
of appellant or plaintiff in error is ac- 
tually filed. Appellant or plaintiff in er- 
ror shall then have seven days in which 
to file a reply brief, with like proof of 
service, at the expiration of which time 
the cause will stand for decision and no 
further printed arguments will be re- 
ceived. 

Oral Argument. 

Rule 28. Oral argument will be heard 
on behalf of each party who shall have 
complied with the rule for filing briefs, 
and who shall file with his briefs a state- 
ment of his intention to argue such cause 
orally, which statement of intention to 
argue orally shall be printed at the bot- 
tom of the outside or first page of the 
cover of the brief, and no further brief 
shall be received on behalf of any party 
after he shall have argued the case or- 
ally. The time allowed for oral argu- 
ment shall be restricted to one hour on 
each side, unless otherwise specially per- 
mitted. But in the division of his time 
the appellant or plaintiff in error shall 
make a fair opening of the cause, and 
shall not raise any new point in reply. 
Oral argument shall be strictly confined 
to the questions at issue in the cause : 
Provided, that where any cause shall be 
argued on one side only, such argument 
shall be restricted to thirty minutes. 
Transferred Causes. 

Rule 29. "Where a cause is transferred 
to this court from an Appellate Court, 
for the reason that it was wrongfully 
taken to that court when it should have 
been taken directly from the trial court 
to this court, the same rules shall gov- 
ern, in reference to the preparation and 
filing of briefs and abstracts and in ref- 
erence to docketing and hearing the 
cause, as though it had been brought 
here by appeal from the Appellate Court, 
the date of the order of the Appellate 
Court transferring the cause being re- 
garded, for the purposes of this rule, 
as though it were the date of an order 
allowing an appeal in the cause from the 
Appellate Court to this court. 

Rehearings— How Applied for. 

Rule 30. The manner of applying for 
a rehearing shall be as follows : Within 
fifteen days after an opinion is filed, a 
party desiring a rehearing shall file a 
notice In writing of his Intention to make 
such application with the clerk of this 
court, and shall within said time, deliver 
a copy thereof to the official reporter of 
this court, and within twenty-five days 
after the filing of the opinion shall place 
on file in the clerk's ofllce twelve printed 
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same time deliver a copy to said official 
reporter. Application for a rehearing In 
any cause shall be made by petition to 
the court, signed by counsel, stating con- 
cisely the points supposed to have been 
overlooked or misapprehended by the 
court, with proper reference to the par- 
ticular portion of the original abstract 
and brief relied upon. In no case will 
any argument be permitted in support of 
such petition. This rule will be strictly 
enforced, and any petition in violation 
thereof will be stricken from the files. 
Stay of Proceedings on Petition. 
Rule 31. Where an opinion is filed 
and a petition for rehearing shall after- 
wards be presented to a justice of the 
court, if such justice shall certify that 
In his opinion the case should be further 
considered by the court on such petition 
all further proceedings in the cause shall 
be stayed until the next term of the 
court. If it is practicable to do so, such 
application shall be presented to the jus- 
tice who wrote the opinion in the case. 
Docketing Reliearings— Time of Fil- 
ing,- Briefs. 
Rule 32. When, in any case, a re- 
hearing is granted, the case shall be 
placed for hearing at the foot of the 
docket. The original brief and argument 
of the petitioner shall stand as his print- 
ed brief and argument, on the hearing. 
The opposite party shall, in all such 
cases, have ten days from the time of 
granting the rehearing to reply to the 
petition and the petitioner shall have five 
days to file his closing argument, and the 
case shall then stand for final decision. 
Where a cause is re-heard oral argument 
shall not be permitted except it be or- 
dered by the court upon its own motion, 
and. wlien oral argument is allowed, if 
the party against whom the rehearing 
is granted wishes to avail himself of the 
permission to argue orally, his closing 
printed argument must be filed on or be- 
fore the calling of the cause. Oral argu- 
ment on both sides, when allowed, shall 
close the arguments in the case. 
Cleric's Fees Advanced. 
Rule 33. There shall be advanced by 
the party filing the transcript of the rec- 
ord from the court below in this court, 
at the time of filing the same, the sum 
of ten dollars, said sum to apply on ac- 
count of taxable fees to the clerk ; but 
no additional advanced fees shall be re- 
quired of either party except as fees are 
earned, if the case shall be again dock- 
eted on any motion, petition for rehear- 
ing, or for any other purpose. 

Taxing Printer's Fees for Abstracts. 

Rule 34. Upon printed abstracts be- 
ing furnished in conformity to the rules 
of this court, it shall be the duty of the 
clerk to tax a printer's fee at the rate 
of twenty cents for each one hundred 
words of one copy of such abstracts 
against the unsuccessful party not fur- 
nishing the same, as costs, to be recov- 
ered by the successful party furnishing 
such abstract. Appellees or defendants 
In error who shall file additional ab- 
stracts under the rules of this court 
shall, if successful in the cause, be enti- 
tled to have taxed like fees for such ad- 
ditional abstracts on motion, if the court 
shall be of the opinion that such addi- 
tional abstracts were necessary. 



Library. 

Rule 35. The librarian of the law 
library attached to this court shall not 
permit any person, except those author- 
ized by these rules, to take from the 
rooms of this court any book or books 
belonging to said library without the con- 
sent of the court being first obtained for 
that purpose ; and if any person not so 
authorized shall take away a book with- 
out such consent, such person shall be 
considered in contempt of tlie court, and 
may be fined at the discretion of the 
court. 

Rule 36. Books may be taken from 
the library upon the written order of a 
judge of the United States circuit or dis- 
trict court. 

Rule 37. The books of the law libra- 
ry shall not be marked or underlined with 
pen or pencil, nor shall the pages of the 
same be folded down. The librarian 
shall adopt such rules as to the safe 
keeping of the books as he may deem ex- 
pedient. 
Seniority— Chief Justice— Order of 
Succession. 
Rule 38. Seniority among the justices 
shall be determined by length of contin- 
uous service, but if the terms of two or 
more justices shall begin at the same 
time, they shall determine the seniority, 
as between or among themselves, by lot, 
unless they shall be able to determine 
it by agreement. The term of chief jus- 
tice shall begin on the first Monday of 
June in each year. No justice shall be 
eligible as chief who shall not have 
served as a justice at least two years. 
Among those who are eligible, justices 
who have not before served as chief shall 
be preferred, and among the latter sen- 
iority, as determined by this rule, shall 
control. If all the eligible justices shall 
have before served as chief, then that 
.lustice shall succeed whose last term as 
chief is most remote in point of time. 
Admissions to tbe Bar— Board of 
E^xaminers. 
Rule 39. There shall be appointed by 
this court a State Board of Law Ex- 
aminers, to consist of five members of 
the bar of at least five years' standing, — 
one from each Appellate Court district 
and one from the State at large, — to hold, 
regulate, supervise and control examina- 
tions for admission to the bar, and to ex- 
amine and report upon applications for 
admission, based upon admission to the 
bar in another State or foreign country. 
Every application to this court for admis- 
sion to the bar shall be made in term 
time, by motion In open court, based upon 
a report of said Board of Law Examin- 
ers. Each examiner shall act as a mem- 
ber of such board for a term of three 
years, except under the first appointment, 
which shall be for a term of one year 
for one, two years for two and three 
years for the remaining two of said ex- 
aminers, and until the appointment of 
their successors. 

Examinations shall be conducted by 
written or printed Interrogatories, In 
whole or in part, and be as nearly as 
possible uniform throughout the State; to 
be held at Ottawa on the last Tuesday 
in Februarv; at Chicago the first Tues- 
day next succeeding the fourth day in 
Julv; at Springfield the first Tuesday 
in 'October, and at Mt. Vernon on the 
first Tuesday in December in each year. 



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Such examinations shall be held by the 
examiners as a body, a majority of 
whom shall constitute a quorum. 

Each applicant examined must sus- 
tain a satisfactory examination upon the 
law of real and personal property, per- 
sonal rights, torts, contracts, evidence, 
common law and equity pleading, part- 
nerships, bailments, negotiable instru- 
ments, principal and agent, principal and 
surety, domestic relations, wills, corpo- 
rations, equity jurisprudence, conflict 
of laws, criminal law, and upon the 
principles of the constitutions of the 
State and of the United States, and le- 
gal ethics. 

The board shall certify to this court 
every person who shall pass a satisfac- 
tory examination, provided such person 
shall have in other respects complied with 
the rules regulating the licensing of at- 
torneys, which fact shall be determined 
by said board before the examination. If 
an applicant, on examination, should be 
rejected, he shall not again be admitted 
to an examination, until at least one 
examination has intervened after such 
rejection, and shall file with the board 
proof that he has studied law during 
the intervening time subsequent to the 
prior examination. 

Each applicant for admission to the 
bar, whether upon examination or admis- 
sion in another State or foreign country, 
shall pay to said board, in advance, a fee 
of eight dollars, and shall present his 
affidavit, or that of some other reputable 
person for him, that he is of the age of 
twenty-one years or above, a resident of 
this State and a citizen of the United 
States, or has declared his Intention of 
becoming a citizen thereof; also, a certi- 
fied transcript of the record from a court 
of record of this State showing that, he is 
a person of good moral character, which 
transcript shall show that at least two 
reputable members of the bar practicing 
In the court in which the record is made, 
and whose names shall be given, ap- 
peared before said court and testified that 
the applicant was a reputable person and 
of good moral character. 

Every applicant, except those who ap- 
ply for admission by virtue of admission 
in another State or foreign country, shall 
present to the Board of Law Examiners 
satisfactory proof, in writing, by exam- 
ination or otherwise, as the board may di- 
rect, that he has had a preliminary gen- 
eral education equivalent to that of a 
graduate of a high school in this State, 
and has pursued for the period of three 
years, during at least thirty-six weeks in 
each year, a course of law studies cov- 
ering the subjects above enumerated, 
naming the law books studied, and that 
such law studies have been pursued in 
an established law school considered by 
the board to be in good standing, or un- 
der the tuition of one or more licensed 
lawyers, and that the applicant, if study- 
ing under such tuition, has submitted 
to regular and satisfactory examinations 
by such lawyer or lawyers during said 
period, upon each subject. Such proof 
shall consist of the affidavit of the ap- 
plicant and the certificate of the secre- 
tary or one of the professors of the law 
school, showing personal attendance at 
Buch law school, or the certificate or cer- 
tificates of the lawyer or lawyers under 
whose tuition such studies have been 
pursued, or If, in consequence of the 

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death or absence of such lawyer or law- 
yers, his or their certificate cannot be 
procured, Its place may be supplied by 
the affidavit of any credible witness hav- 
ing knowledge of the facts. The course 
of study may be made up by attendance 
upon a law school for a portion of the 
time and under the direction and super- 
vision of one or more lawyers for the re- 
mainder of the time. 

The papers produced to the board of 
examiners in conformity with the fore- 
going rule shall not be deemed conclu- 
sive evidence of the facts therein stated, 
and if it shall come to the knowledge of 
said board that any person who has pre- 
sented to said board such transcript, has 
imposed upon the court in which the rec- 
ord is made and is not, in fact, a per- 
son of good moral character, or that 
any certificate or affidavit is untrue, said 
board shall, after full investigation, cer- 
tify their findings in that respect, to- 
gether with the reasons therefor, to this 
court with their certificate of qualifica- 
tion. Any fraudulent act or represen- 
tation by an applicant in connection with 
his application for examination or ad- 
mission shall be sufficient cause for the 
withholding of the license by this court, 
or for its revocation after it has been 
issued. 

Every applicant for admission to the 
bar upon a license or other voucher 
showing his admission as an attorney at 
law in another State or foreign country, 
must, in addition to the other proofs 
above required, present to the board such 
license duly certified, or a copy of the 
record of the court showing his admis- 
sion to the bar, duly proved, as required 
by law for the authentication of the rec- 
ords of courts of sister States when of- 
fered in evidence in the courts of this 
State. Such license or voucher must con- 
fer the right to practice in the highest 
courts in such State or foreign country. 
Such applicant shall be admitted upon 
such license or voucher without examina- 
tion by the board, if it appears to the 
court, by certificate of said board, that 
in the State or country in which the 
license was issued the requirements for 
admission to the bar were equal to those 
prescribed in this State, or that the ap- 
plicant has been engaged in active prac- 
tice for a period of five years in courts 
of record under such license. The board 
shall certify to this court persons enti- 
tled to admission by virtue of such ad- 
mission to the bar In such other State or 
foreign country. 

Out of the fees received by the board 
of examiners they shall pay all nec- 
essary expenses for examinations, includ- 
ing necessary traveling expenses. The 
remainder of said fund in each year shall 
be divided equally among the examiners: 
Provided, hoivever, that no examiner shall 
receive more than $750 per annum, and 
If, after the payment of such sum to 
each examiner, there shall remain a sur- 
plus, said .surplus shall be paid over 
to the succeeding board of examiners, 
and shall constitute a part of the receipts 
of the next succeeding year. The board 
of examiners shall render an account of 
their receipts and disbursements to this 
court at the October term of each year. 

Proceedlngrs to Strike Attorneys 
front Roll. 

Rule 40. In case an application shall 



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Rnles of Supreme Court of Illinois. 



be made to strike the name of an at- 
torney from the roll there shall be filed 
an information making clear and spe- 
cific charges, giving time, place and 
acts of misconduct, with reasonable 
certainty, signed by the Attorney Gen- 
eral, a State's Attorney, the president 
and secretary of a regularly organized 
bar association, either Incorporated or 
unincorporated, or any person aggrieved 
by the misconduct of the attorney 
charged. Where the information is 
signed by such aggrieved person he 
shall verify it by an affidavit, upon which 
perjury can be assigned, and such ag- 
grieved person must be represented in 
the proceeding so instituted by an attor- 
ney whose name then appears upon the 
roll of the attorneys of this court. When 
the information shall be deemed suffi- 
cient the court will enter a rule to show 
cause on a day named, and when the 
rule shall be answered, the court will 
prescribe the time of closing proofs by 
the respective parties, and the cause shall 
then stand for hearing. 
Reporting and Pnblislilns Deci- 
sions. 

Rule 41. As to the time and manner 
of publishing decisions the following rules 
shall be observed : 

First — The reporter shall publish, in 
book form, all such opinions as are to be 
reported, which may be filed hereafter, 
within three months after the filing and 
recording of the same, except where more 
opinions of the court shall be filed at the 
same time than will comprise one volume 
of the Reports, in which event the re- 
porter shall publish the first volume of 
such opinions within three months after 
the time of the filing and recording there- 
of, and the residue shall be published in 
volumes at the rate of one volume for 
every three months. 

Second — In order to facilitate the pub- 
lication of the opinions hereafter to be 
filed, as herein prescribed, it shall be the 
duty of the clerk of this court to trans- 
mit to the reporter, without delay, a copy 
of the printed abstracts, briefs and ar- 
guments in each case taken by the court. 

Third — In cases where application for 
rehearing shall be made under the rules 
of the court, the reporter shall not pub- 
lish the opinions therein until such appli- 
cation shall have been disposed of. 

Fourth — Each volume of Reports here- 
after to be published shall contain not 
less than seven hundred pages, and shall 
be of the same general character, typo- 
graphically, as those heretofore published 
by the present reporter, subject to such 
changes as the court may, from time to 
time, specially direct. The paper upon 
which the reports may be printed shall 
be clear, white paper, supersized and cal- 
endered, and of not less than 50 pounds 
to the ream. The binding shall be of the 
best law-sheep, without blemish or 
patches, and the boards used in binding 
shall be good tar boards. 

Fifth — The reporter shall prepare a 
proper and correct headnote or syllabus 
in each case, and may publish the briefs 
of counsel, in his discretion. He shall 
furnish a table of cases reported in each 
volume, arranged in alphabetical order, 
and an index of the matter contained in 
the volume, distributed under appropriate 



heads, with cross-references and num- 
bers. In any volume which shall close a 
term of court there shall be published a 
table of the cases directed not to be re- 
ported. Such rules as may be from time 
to time adopted by the court shall be 
published in the volume next succeeding 
their adoption. 

Sixth — It Is made the duty of the re- 
porter to superintend the printing of the 
Reports, and see that they are accurately 
and properly printed. He shall trans- 
mit to each of the justices of this court 
a printed copy of all the cases reported, 
before the regular edition shall be 
printed. 

Seventh — The reporter Is not required 
to attend upon the term of this court, ex- 
cept as may, from time to time, be spe- 
cially directed. 

Eighth — It shall be the duty of the re- 
porter to keep constantly on hand, of 
the Reports hereafter to be published, a 
sufficient number to meet promptly any 
demand of the profession therefor. 
Certiorari. 

Rule 42. In case application shall 
be made to require any case decided by 
an Appellate Court to be certified to 
this court for review and determina- 
tion, there shall be filed a petition for 
a writ or certiorari, signed in writing 
by counsel by his or their individual 
name or names, together with trans- 
cripts of the records of the trial 
court and Appellate Court, as required 
by rule 1 in cases removed from the 
Appellate Court to this court, and 
with an assignment of errors written 
upon or attached to the transcript of 
the record of the Appellate Court. It 
shall not be necessary to file a copy 
of the original transcript of the rec- 
ord of the trial court filed in the Ap- 
pellate Court, but it shall be sufficient 
to file such original transcript, authen- 
ticated by the seal of the Appellate 
Court and the certificate of the clerk. 
Upon the filing of the petition, to- 
gether with the transcript of the rec- 
ord of the Appellate Court, the clerk 
of this court shall issue to the clerk 
of the Appellate Court a certificate 
of such filing, and the clerk of the 
Appellant Court shall thereupon trans- 
mit to the clerk of this court the 
original transcript of the record of 
the trial court. In case the writ shall 
not be granted the original transcript 
of the record of the trial court shall 
be returned forthwith to the clerk of 
the Appellate Court. The petition 

shall be docketed, " Petitioner, 

v Respondent." The pe- 
titioner shall file with his petition 
an abstract of the record prepared in 
accordance with rules 14 and 16 in 
cases brought from an Appellate 
Court. The petition shall contain a 
concise statement of the case and of 
the points and authorities relied upon 
for reversal, without argument, and 
shall be accompanied by a copy of the 
opinion of the Appellate Court. 
Twelve copies of such petition and ab- 
stract shall be filed, with proof of 
service of copies thereof upon the 
opposite party or his counsel. No 
petition shall be heard at any term 
unless filed on or before twenty days 
before the first day thereof. The re- 
spondent may file a reply to the peti- 
tion on or before the first day of the 



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term, stating briefly and concisely, 
without argument tlie points and au- 
thorities relied upon to meet or obvi- 
ate the alleged errors and sustain the 
judgment, which shall contitute an 
appearance in the case. Twelve cop- 
ies of such reply shall be filed. Oral 
arguments will not be heard upon 
such petition. If the petition shall be 
granted it shall not be necessary to 
send the writ of certiorari to the 
clerk of the Appellate Court, but the 
transcript of the record filed, with the 
petition, shall he taken and considered 
as a due return to the writ and the 
cause shall thereafter be docketed as 
in cases of writs of error, the peti- 



tioner being designated as plaintiff In 
error, but it shall retain the original 
number of the petition, and no addi- 
tional docket fee shall be required of 
the petitioner. A scire facias to hear 
errors shall be issued in the manner 
provided by rule 6, returnable on the 
first day of the next term, for all 
respondents who have not appeared 
in opposition to the petition. After 
the petition is granted the cause shall 
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UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT 

FOR THE NORTHERN DISRITCT OF ILLINOIS. 

RULES IN BANHIiUPTCY 

It is hereby ordered, that until other- 
wise ordered by the court the following 
temDorary rules be and are hereby 
adopted and prescribed for the regulation 
of proceedings in bankruptcy in the 
United States District Court for the 
Northern District of Illinois. 



Rule I.— Adopted Marcli 39, 1S»9. 

All notices required to be given under 
Section 58 of said Act shall be printed on 
postal cards or on cards to which one 
cent stamps may by postal regulations be 
attached, and said cards properly stamped 
and addressed, together with proper blank 
affidavit of mailing, which shall cmtain a 
list of the names of the creditors to whom 
notices are to be sent and their respective 
addresses, as appears by the schedule 
filed by the bankrupt, shall be delivered 
by the bankrupt or his attorney to the 
referee (except the notice of the petition 
for final discharge and affidavit of mail- 
ing thereof, which shall be delivered in 
like manner to the clerk of this court) 
at least one day before the same are re- 
quired to be mailed under the provisions 
of this Act ; and the same referee or 
clerk, or some person in their employ, 
shall mail said notices and execute the 
proper affidavit thereof. The referee or 
clerk shall direct the form or manner of 
publication and proof thereof, of the no- 
tices mailed by them respectively, and 
shall sign the original of each notice. 
Rule II.— Adopted Feb. 8, 1899. 

"Wliere voluntary bankrupts have here- 
tofore omitted to subscribe the several 
sheets of their schedules attached to their 
petitions, they are hereby ordered so to 
do, whether their said petitions are in 
possession of the clerk, referee, or trustee, 
without any further order in their respec- 
tive 



Rule III.— Adopted March 4, 1899. 

The petition for a discharge must be 
in the form prescribed by the Supreme 
Court (No. 57), and shall be filed with 
the clerk, who upon the presentation of 
such petition to him shall enter the or- 
der which is part of form No. 57, and 
shall set a day for a hearing, not less 



than ten days after the date of entry 
of such order. The clerk shall also at- 
tend to the publication and mailing of 
such order, and certify to the same as 
provided in form No. 57, but the clerk 
may require the bankrupt or his attor- 
ney to prepare all necessary copies and 
notices in form as directed. The publica- 
uon as aforesaid shall be made at least 
one week, and the copies shall be mailed 
to creditors at least ten days prior to 
the day named for the hearing on such 
petition. 

There must also be presented to the 
clerk at some time before the final dis- 
charge is granted a rpnort or certiflca'a 
of the reteree that the bankrupt has in 
all things conformed to tne requirements 
of the Act and that so far as the referee 
has been able to ascertain the said bank- 
rupt has committed none of the offenses 
and done none of the acts prohibited in 
Sub-division (b) of Section 14 of the Act. 
and that such bankrupt is in the opinion 
of the referee entitled to his discharge. 

If no creditor or other party in inter- 
est appears and opposes on or before the 
day named in the order to show cause, 
the discharge may be granted. Opposi- 
tion to the discharge by a creditor or 
other party in interest shall be made in 
the manner prescribed in general order 
XXXII. The issue thus joined may be 
referred to the referee to ascertain and 
report the facts with his conclusions there- 
on. Either party may except to such re- 
port, and the exceptions may be heard 
by the judge upon one of the days desig- 
nated by him for such hearings. 
Rule IV Adopted Mnrcli 30, 1S99. 

Upon the filing of a petition for a meet- 
ing of creditors to corsider a composi- 
tion as per form 60 prescribed by the Su- 
preme Court, the matter shall be referred 
by the clerk to the proper referee, who 
shall give the notice therefor as pre- 
scribed bv Rule I of this court. 

Upon the filing of a petition for con- 
firmation of a composition the referee 
shall fix a day within which parties In 
interest shall show cause in opposition 
thc-eto in the manner provided in general 
rule XXXII. of the Supreme Court. 



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Rales in Bankruptcy. 



and shall mall notices thereof to the 
creditors in accordance with rule I of 
this court, which notices shall be mailed 
at least ten days before the said date 
fixed by the referee. If no creditor or 
other party in interest shall appear in 
opposition to the confirmation of such 
composition within the time so fixed, as 
provided in said rule XXXII, and the 
bankrupt shall file the written approval 
of the referee of the composition, the 
same may be confirmed by the court, but 
if opposition is made to such confirma- 
tion, the issues shall be by the clerk re- 
ferred to the referee to ascertain and re- 
port the facts, together with his conclu- 
sions thereon. Either party may except 
to such report, and the exceptions may 
be heard by the judge upon one of the 
days designated by him for such hear- 
ings. 



Rnle v.— Adopted April a6, 1899. 

The petitioner or petitioners in all cases 
in bankruptcy shall, at the time of filing 
their respective petitions, deposit with 
the clerk the sum of five dollars ($5) to 
Indemnify the referee for his necessary 
incidental expenses, including oflSce rent, 
clerical aid, stationery, etc., and out of 
which sum the referee may be reim- 
bursed for such expense. The sum so ad- 
vanced by the bankrupt or other person, 
may be repaid him out of the assets of 
the estate, if any, as costs of adminis- 
tration. 

Where expenses shall be incurred by 
the referee in excess of said deposit of 
five dollars, in any particular case, a 
special order with reference to the same 
may be made by the judge on application 
of the referee. 

The referee shall keep an account as 
against said fund, showing the items of 
disbursements and incidental expenses 
Incurred in each case. 



Rule VI Adopted May 15, 1899. 

In all cases in this district, wherever 
funds are to be distributed by the clerk, 
trustee or referee, the same shall be by 
check payable to the order of the cred- 
itor in whose name the account is proved, 
or to the attorney in fact of such creditor 
or to the gtssignee of such account (pro- 
vided the power of attorney or assign- 
ment is filed with the referee); but such 
check may be delivered to the attorney of 
record in this court of such creditor or 
assignee. And in all cases which have 
been referred to a referee, all checks 
shall be signed by the clerk or proper 
trustee and also by the referee to whom 
the cause has been referred, before they 
are issued; and whenever the statute or 
general rules provide for the deposit of 
funds and the checking out thereof under 
the direction of the judge of this coutt, 
it shall be proper to have same deposited 
in the name of the clerk, and checks 
against said fund shall be signed by the 
clerk and also by the proper referee be- 
fore they are issued, except on special 
cause shown In a particular case. 



Rule VII.— Adopted Oct, 24, 1899. 

All specifications of objections to dis- 
charge of bankrupts when duly filed, will 
be referred by the clerk to the proper 
referee to take testimony and report the 
same together with his conclusions there- 
on to the court. 

Rule VIII.— Ailopted January 5, 1900. 

The referees in bankruptcy appointed by 
this court are hereby designated and au- 
thorized to countersign checks drawn on 
funds in the depositories of this court, in 
the cases assigned to them respectively, 
whenever such checks are required by 
the terms of Supreme Court rule XXIX 
to be countersigned by a judge or referee. 

Rule IX.— Adopted July ^4, 19U5. 
Receivers. 

Upon every application for a receiver 
in bankruptcy, notice thereof shall be 
first given to the bankrupt unless it be 
made to appear to the court, by the 
petition or affidavit showing the facts, 
that the service of such notice is im- 
practicable. 

The receiver, upon his appointment 
and qualification, shall proceed, with- 
out delay, to make an inventory of the 
property coming to his possession, and 
shall file the same immediately upon its 
completion, with the clerk of this court. 

The receiver shall not employ an at- 
torney or counsel without having ob- 
tained leave of court therefor, upon 
written application, setting forth the 
facts showing the necessity for such em- 
ployment, and no attorney or counsel foi- 
such receiver shall be allowed compensa- 
tion out of the estate for services other 
than for such as are reasonably neces- 
sary, and of a strictly legal character. 

No sale of property shall be made by 
a receiver unless he present to the court 
his verified petition setting forth the ne- 
cessity therefor, and also make it ap- 
pear to the satisfaction of the court that 
the estate will suffer loss unless such 
sale be made before the election of the 
trustee. In no case shall a sale be made 
without notice to creditors as provided 
in Section 5S a, nor shall a sale be made 
before adjudication Avithout the bank- 
rupt's consent, except as provided for in 
Section 2 <^) and General Order in Bank- 
ruptcy XVIII. 

All moneys belonging to a bankrupt es- 
tate, coming into a receiver's hands, shall 
be by him immediately deposited in one 
of the designated depositories, and the 
same shall not be withdrawn except on 
checks signed by the receiver and coun- 
tersigned by the clerk of this court, upon 
the order of the judge (unless otherwise 
provided where the receiver is conducting 
the business under orders of the court), 
provided chocks may be drawn and 
signed, as aforesaid, to cover small in- 
so orders. 

Immediately upon the appointment and 
qunlification of a trustee, the receiver 
shall turn over to such trustee all the 
money and property in the receiver's pos- 
session, taking ihe trustee's receipt there- 
for, and the receiver shall file his final 
report and account within five days after 
the qualification of the trustee, unless 
such time be extended by order of the 
judge. 



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Receivers shall receive for their serv- 
ices, payable after they are rendered, out 
of the first moneys coming to the hands 
of the trustee, such compensation as the 
court may allow, provided that the maxi- 
mum allowance to the receiver shall not 
exceed the maximum to be allowed trus- 
tees for their services under Section 
48 (a) of the Bankruptcy Act as amended 
February 5th, 1903, for moneys disbursed 
by them, and, provided, also, that where 
tangible property other than money is 
turned over to a trustee by the receiver, 
such receiver's maximum compensation 
shall be based upon the fair value of 
such property in addition to the aggre- 
gate of the money actually disbursed and 
turned over to the trustee, or the receiv- 
er's fees be held in abeyance until the 
trustee reduces the property to money. 

See opinion of Judge Lowell, In re Cam- 
bridge Lumber Co., 136 Fed. Rep., 9S3. 

Rule X.— Adopted July 24, 1905. 

Petitioning Creditors. 
It shall be the duty oL' the petitioning 
creditors, through their attorneys, to pro- 
cure the adjudication of the bankrupt as 
speedily as the law permits. The atten- 
tion of petitioning creditors and their at- 
torneys is especially directed to General 
Order in Bankruptcy IX. 

Rule XI.— Adopted July 24, 1905. 

Petition to Dismiss Proceedings. 
Every application to dismiss a volun- 
tary or involuntary petition in bankruptcy, 



as contemplated by Section 59 g of the 
Bankruptcy Act, must be by petition in 
writing, signed by such applicant or his 
attorney of record in the case, and if 
made in an Involuntary case before the 
schedules provided for in Section 7 of the 
Act have been filed, such application must 
be accompanied by a list of all of the 
known creditors of the bankrupt, which 
list must either have been sworn to by 
the bankrupt or by one of the petitioning 
creditors or his attorney in the case. 
Upon the filing of such petition to dis- 
miss, an order will be entered of record 
in the case, fixing a day more than ten 
days after the filing of the application, 
upon which creditors and all parties in 
interest may show cause before the 
judge, if any there be, in opposition to 
such petition to dismiss, which order 
shall also provide for notice to be given 
in accordance with Section 58a (S) of 
the Bankruptcy Act. If such application 
to dismiss is presented before adjudica- 
tion and reference, the notice aforesaid 
may be given by the clerk; if filed after 
the adjudication and reference, the notice 
shall be given by the referee to whom the 
case stands generally referred, and in 
such case, a certified copy of the order 
to show cause shall at once be furnished 
the referee. The certificate of the clerk 
or referee, as the case may be, showing 
that the aforesaid notice has been duly 
given, shall be filed in the clerk's office 
on or before the day fixed in the order to 
show cause. 



REFEREES' RULES CONCERNING PETITIONS IN BANKRUPTCY 



The following rules governing the preparation 
of petitions and schedules in bankruptcy, and 
amendments thereto, are hereby adopted by the 
referees for the counties of Cook, Lake and 
McHenry in said district: 

1. Petitions in voluntary cases and schedules 
in all cases must be in the printed form pre- 
scribed by the United States Supreme Court and 
the information therein required, must be set 
out in full under the appropriate headings, with- 
out erasure or interlineation. In Schedule A., 
the data called for by each heading must be 
placed in the column directly below such head- 
ing and must be confined within the vertical 
lines enclosing that column. The columns must 
be so ruled as to provide a reasonable space for 
inserting the appropriate matter, and in order 
to comply with this rule as to Schedules A and 
B. CI) it will be necessary to use forms with the 
printed matter running lengthwise of the legal 



cap page so that the requisite space may be 
afforded. 

2. The post Office address of the bankrupt, 
as well as that of his lawyer, if any, shall be en- 
dorsed on the wrapper of the petition. 

3. The address of each creditor must 
contain the Street number, City, and 
State, when known. TVhen unknown, that 
fact shall be stated. 

4. The use of ditto marks is forbidden by 
Supreme Court general order V. fin re Orne, 
Fed. Cas. 10582.) 

5. Claims for exemption must be itemized 
with amount of the bankrupt's valuation against 
each item, and the total stated. The appro- 
priate allegation must be made if the bankrupt 
claims the exemption as the head of a family. 

0. Oaths to the petition and schedules must 
not be administered by the attorney of the 
affiant. 



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APPELLATE COURT RULES 

FIRST DISTRICT OF ILLINOIS 



Adopted November 22, A. D. 1911. Amended December 28, A. D. 1911 



Rule 1.— Records of Trial Courts— 
Ho-»v Prepared. 

The authenticated copy of the record 
of the judgment, order or decree of the 
trial court, to be filed in this court on 
appeal or error, or in return to a writ of 
error or certiorari, shall, except as other- 
wise provided by law, contain, in chrono- 
logical order, without grouping, copies of 
the process and service ; the pleadings ; the 
verdict in jury trials ; the judgment or de- 
cree of the court ; all orders In the cause ; 
the bill of exceptions, or, in chancery 
cases, all depositions, the master's re- 
port and certificate of evidence, if any ; 
the appeal bond, in cases of appeal. But 
in civil cases a party or his attorney 
shall, as by law provided, by praecipe, di- 
rect what parts of the record of the 
cause shall be included in the transcript 
and in such case, as by law provided, if 
the transcript shall be insufficient to fully 
and fairly present the questions involved, 
the requisite portion shall be supplied at 
his cost, and if unnecessarily voluminous, 
he shall pay the cost of unnecessary mat- 
ter. In no case shall the clerk insert in 
any transcript any matter not a part of 
the record, and the clerk of this court 
shall not tax as costs any matter so in- 
serted contrary to rule. 

Rnle 2. — Supersedeas — Manner o£ 
Applying lor — Bond. 

If a supersedeas shall be applied for, 
the transcript of the record on which the 
application is made must be complete ; 
^ and so certified by the clerk of the court 

below; or, there shall be attached to the 
transcript a certificate of the judge wlio 
heard the cause below, that the transcript 
contains all of the record necessary to a 
full and fair presentation of the errors 
complained of. 

An assignment of errors must be writ- 
ten on or appended to the record when 
filed. 

If a supersedeas shall be granted, the 
requisite bond must be entered into and 
filed in the office of the clerk of this court 
according to law, except in those cases of 
the fourth and fifth classes from the Mu- 
nicipal Court of Chicago, in which no 
further bond is required. And on every 
application for a supersedeas three copies 
of an abstract of the record, with three 
copies of a brief containing the points 
and authorities relied upon, and pointing 
specifically to those portions of the rec- 
ord upon which the alleged errors arose, 
shall be presented, with the record, to the 
court or judge to whom the application is 
made. Every such application in which a 
bond is required must be accompanied by 
a proper affidavit of the surety or sure- 
ties, showing the sufficiency of the prof- 
fered bail or bond. 

Rule 8.— Bond by Attorney. 

"WTienpver a bond is executed by an at- 
torney in fact, the clerk shall require 
the original power of attorney to be filed 
in his office, unless it shall appear that 
the power of attorney contains other 
powers than the mere power to execute 
the bond in question, in which case the 
original power of attorney shall be pre- 
sented to the clerk, and a true copy 
thereof filed, certified by the clerk to be 
a true copy of the original. 



Rule 4.— Form of Writ When a Su- 
persedeas. 

When a writ of error shall be made a 
supersedeas the clerk shall indorse upon 
said writ the following words: "This 
writ of error is made a supersedeas, and 
is to be obeyed accordingly," and he shall 
thereupon file the writ of error with a 
transcript of the record, in his office. 
Said transcript shall be taken and con- 
sidered as a due return to said writ, 
and thereupon it shall be the duty of the 
clerk to issue a certificate, in substance 
as follows, to-wit : 
State of Illinois, ss. 

Office of the Clerk of the 
Appellate Court of the First District. 

I do hereby certifly that a writ of error 
has been issued from this court for the 

reversal of a judgment obtained by 

V. in the court of , at the 

term, A. D. 19 — , in a certain action 

of , which writ of error is made a 

supersedeas, and is to operate as a sus- 
pension of the execution of the judgment, 
and as such is to be obeyed by all con- 
cerned. 

Given under my hand and the seal of 
the Appellate Court of the First District, 

at , this day of , A. U. 

19 — . 

, Clerk. 

Rule 5.— To W^hom Directed. 

Writs of error shall be directed to the 
clerk or keeper of the record of the court 
in which the judgment or decree com- 
plained of is entered ; but where the plain- 
tiff in error shall file in the office of the 
clerk of this court a transcript of the 
record, duly certified according to law, be- 
fore a writ of error issues, it shall not be 
necessary to send such a writ to the clerk 
of the inferior court, (except in cases 
of the fourth and fifth class from the 
Municipal Court of Chicago), but such 
transcript shall be taken and considered 
as a due return to said writ, except as 
aforesaid. 

Rule 6.— Process on Writs of Error 
— Scire Facias. 

The process on writs of error (except 
In cases of the fourth and fifth class 
from the Municipal Court of Chicago), 
shall be a scire facias to hear errors, 
issued on the application of the plaintiff 
in error to the clerk, directed to the sher- 
iff or other officer of the proper county, 
commanding him to summon the defend- 
ant in error to appear in court and show 
cause, if any he have, why th^ judgment 
or decree mentioned in the writ of error 
shall not be reversed. If the scire facias 
be returned by the officer, not served, an 
alias or plurics may issue witliout an or- 
der of court. 

In cases of the fourth and fifth class 
from the Municipal Court of Chicago the 
party suing out a writ of error from this 
court shall not be required to serve upon 
the opposite party any scire facias to 
hear errors, but in lieu thereof shall 
within five days after the issuance of the 
writ of error, file the same with the clerk 
of said Municipal Court, and make proof 
to this court of such filing, and said writ 
of error so filed shall be notice to the 
opposite party of the suing out and 
prosecution of such writ of error. 



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Rule T.— Return Day— Waiver of 
Service— Notice by Defendant. 

The first day of each term shall be 
return day, for the return of process ; and 
no party shall be compelled to answer 
or prepare for hearing, unless the scire 
facias shall have been served ten days 
before the return day thereof (except 
as provided in Rule 6) ; nor shall a de- 
fendant be at liberty to enter his appear- 
ance and compel the plaintiff to proceed 
with the cause, unless he shall have given 
the plaintiff ten days' notice, before the 
term, of his intention to enter his ap- 
pearance and have the cause proceed to 
a hearing, except as aforesaid. 
Rule 8.— Scire Facias to Hear Er- 
rors-Notice — Continuance. 

In all cases in which a writ of error 
Is made a supersedeas, the plaintiff in 
error shall, on filing the record with the 
clerk, at the same time order and direct 
a scire facias to issue to hear errors (ex- 
cept as provided in Rule 6), and shall 
use reasonable diligence to have the same 
served ten days before the first day of 
the term to which the writ of error is 
made returnable ; on failing to do so, the 
defendant in error shall have the right 
to a hearing at the said term, after join- 
ing in error, without giving ten days' no- 
tice, as required by rule 7. 

Provided, if there be not ten days be- 
tween the allowance of the supersedeas 
and the sitting of the court, the cause 
shall stand continued until the next term, 
unless by consent of parties it shall be 
otherwise ordered. 

Rule 9 Notice to Purcliasers and 

Terre Tenants. 

In all cases wherein guardians, exe- 
cutors or administrators, or others acting 
in a fiduciary capacity, having obtained 
an order or decree for the sale of lands 
in causes ex parte, and a sale has been 
had under such decree or order, and the 
same shall be brought to this court for 
revision, the purchaser or terre tenants 
of such lands, if known, shall be sug- 
gested to the court by aflildavit of plain- 
tiff in error, and notice given them of 
the pendency of the writ of error ten 
days before the first day of the term of 
the court to which the writ of error is 
returnable, so that said terre tenants may 
appear and defend. 

Rule 10. — Writ of Error — Parties — Sum- 
mons — Severance. 

In all cases brought to this court by 
writ of error, wherein the party suing out 
the writ is one of several parties plain- 
tiff or defendant below, the party sumg 
out said writ shall in his praecipe filed 
herein join as parties plaintiff in error In 
this court, his co-plaintiffs or co-defend- 
ants below against whom the order, judg- 
ment or decree was rendered, and in case 
said co-plaintiffs in error so joined herein 
as aforesaid do not join in the prosecu- 
tion of said writ, the party bringing said 
cause to this court, as aforesaid, may 
upon filing the transcript of record herein, 
order and direct that a summons issue 
for said parties so joined as plaintiffs in 
error, commanding them to appear on the 
return day of said writ and join in the 
prosecution of said writ of error and the 
errors assigned, or to assign errors. On 
failure of said plaintiffs in error so joined 
as aforesaid to appear and join in the 
prosecution of said writ of error, after 
having been served with summons more 
than ten days prior to the first day of the 
term to which said summons is return- 
able, the party suing out said writ of er- 

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ror, as aforesaid, shall be entitled to an 
order of severance in said cause and to 
leave to prosecute said writ of error 
alone. 

Rule 11. — RemovinsT Records. 

No record shall be taken from the files 
of the court, except on application, 
therefor, to the clerk or his deputy. The 
clerk shall be held responsible for the 
safe keeping and production of the rec- 
ords. Application for leave to remove rec- 
ords may be considered at any time, in 
the discretion of the court. 

Rule 12. — Assigrnnients of Error. 

The appellant or plaintiff in error 
shall, in all cases, assign errors at the 
time of filing his record in this court, 
and on failing to do so, the case may be 
dismissed; but other errors may be as- 
signed after the filing of the record, by 
leave of the court. The appellee or de- 
fendant in error shall have the right to 
assign cross-errors for two days after 
the expiration of the time within which 
the record is required by law to be filed 
in this court, and not afterward, without 
special leave of the court. The assign- 
ment of errors and cross-errors must be 
written upon or attached to the record. 

Rule 13.— Inspection of Original 
Papers. 

Whenever, in the opinion of the pre- 
siding judge of any inferior court, an 
inspection of an original paper in an ac- 
tion on appeal or writ of error shall be 
important to a correct decision of the 
case, such judge may make such order 
for the transmission, safe keeping and re- 
turn of such original paper as to nim may 
seem proper. And the clerk of this court 
will receive such original paper in con- 
nection with the transcript, and hold the 
same subject to such order. 
Rule 14. — Assijcrnment of Cases — Desig- 
nation of Courts. 

For the purpose of the assignment of 
cases, the Appellate Court, created by an 
act entitled "An Act to establish appellate 
courts," approved June 2, 1S77; in force 
July 1. 1877, shall be known and desig- 
nated as the "A" Appellate Court. The 
first branch Appellate Court created by an 
act entitled "An Act to Amend an Act en- 
titled 'An Act to Establish appellate 
courts,' approved June 2, 1877, and pro- 
viding for the creation of branch appel- 
late courts," approved and in force June 2, 
1897, shall be known and designated as 
the "B" Branch Appellate Court ; and the 
second Branch Appellate Court created by 
an act entitled "An Act providing for the 
Creation of Additional Branch Appellate 
Courts," approved June G, 1911, in force 
July 1, 1911, shall be known as the "C" 
Branch Appellate Court ; and the third 
Branch Appellate Court, created by an 
act entitled "An Act providing for the 
Creation of Additional Branch Appellate 
Courts," approved Juno 6, 1911, in force 
July 1, 1911, shall be known as the "D" 
Branch Appellate Court ; and the clerk of 
this court will so indicate upon the clerk's 
docket the assignment of each case when 
made, in the manner aforesaid. 

All motions, etc., must be made before 
the court to which the cause stands as- 
signed, and in the absence of any assign- 
ment, must be made before the "A" Ap- 
pellate Court. 

Rule 15. — Motion Days — Orders of 
Course. 

The Appellate Court will convene Mon- 
days ; the "B" Branch Appellate Court 
Tuesdays ; the "C" Branch Appellate 



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Court Wednesdays, and the "D" Branch 
Appellate Court on Thursdays at ten 
o'clock A. M., and motions may be made at 
the openhig of court each day Immedi- 
ately after the decisions of the court are 
announced ; but at no other time unless 
In case of necessity, or in relation to a 
cause when called in course. Motions will 
be entered by the clerk with orders made 
therein, in such manner that a perfect 
record may be kept of each step in the 
cause. 

Rule 16. — Motions — Objections — 
Notice. 

All motions shall be in writing, and 
when based on matters which do not ap- 
pear of record shall be supported by affi- 
davit. They shall be filed with the clerk, 
together with the reasons and affidavits, 
If any, in support thereof, at least one 
day before they shall be submitted to the 
court, and at least one day before the 
cause stands for trial, except as above 
provided. Objections to motions must 
also be in writing, and filed not later than 
the next day after the motion is made, 
and replies to objections to motions will 
not be allowed, and oral arguments will 
not be heard: Provided, however, that a 
copy of the motion and of the reasons 
and showing in support of the same, shall 
be served on counsel of the opposite party 
at least one day before they shall be sub- 
mitted to the court. On all motions to 
dismiss appeals or writs of error, or for 
supersedeas, or to continue in force in- 
junctions, three copies of the reasons or 
affidavits in support thereof shall be filed 
with the motion, and three copies of the 
objections to said motion shall also be 
filed within the time as above provided. 
Rule 17. — nond for Costs. 

Upon filing an affidavit that any plain- 
tiff in error is not a resident of this state, 
and that no bond for costs has been filed. 
a rule will be entered against him, to 
show cause why the writ shall not be dis- 
missed. 

Rule IS. — Time to Plead. 

In all cases in this court where the de- 
fendant in error or appellee desires to 
plead and not join in error, he shall file 
his plea in the office of the clerk at least 
five days before his brief would be due 
under Rule 24 had he joined in error, and 
the issue thereon must be made up within 
Raid five days or such further time as may 
be allowed by the court. 

Rule 19. — Abstracts — Number of 
Copies— Index. 

In all cases, a party bringing a cause 
Into this court shall furnish a complete 
abstract or abridgement of the record, 
therein referring to the appropriate pages 
of the record by numerals on the margin, 
and shall cause such abstract to be 
printed in a neat and workmanlike man- 
ner, with small pica type, and leaded 
lines, and it shall be sufficient to cause 
such abstract to be printed on both sides 
of the paper, with the same measure and 
margins as the volumes of the Appellate 
Court Reports, and folded and bound in 
pamphlet form. 

The abstract shall contain a complete 
index, alphabetically arranged, giving the 
page where each paper or exhibit may be 
found, with the names of the witnesses 
and the pages of the direct, cross and 
re-direct examination. 

The abstract must be sufficient to fully 
present every error and exception relied 
upon, and it will be taken to be accurate 
and sufficient for a full understanding of 
the questions presented for decision unless 
the opposite party shall file a further ab- 

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stract, making necessary corrections or 
additions. 

Six copies of said printed abstracts 
shall be filed in each case ; one for each 
of the justices, one for the appellee or 
defendant in error, one for the court re- 
porter and one to remain on file with 
the record. 

Rule 20. — Additional Abstracts by 
Defendants. 

The counsel for appellee or defendant 
in error shall be permitted, if he is not 
satisfied with the abstract or abridgement 
furnished by the counsel of the opposite 
party, to file such further abstracts as he 
shall deem necessary to a full under- 
standing of the merits of the cause. 
Rule 21. — Briefs — Number of Copies. 

Printed briefs will be required in all 
causes, whether argued orally, in full or 
In part only, or when submitted on briefs 
without oral argument. The briefs should 
contain a short, clear statement of the 
points, and the authorities in support 
thereof; and in citing cases from pub- 
lished reports, counsel will be required 
not only to give the book and page, but 
also the names of the parties as they 
appear in the title of the reported case ; 
and the names of counsel filing brief or 
abstract must appear to the same. But 
the filing of a printed brief shall not pre- 
clude the party from filing full printed 
arguments in support of his brief of points 
and authorities, provided he does so with- 
in the time his printed brief is required to 
be filed. 

Six copies of the briefs must be filed in 
each case; one for each of the justices, 
one for the opposite party, one for the 
court reporter and one to be filed with 
the record. 

Rule 22. — Docketing? and Hearing of 
Causes. 

Criminal causes shall be placed at the 
head of the docket ; all other cases shall 
be docketed and called for hearing in the 
order in wliicli the same shall have been 
filed with the clerk ; provided, however, 
that causes which in the judgment of the 
court involve important public interests, 
may' be advanced on the docket. 

Rule 23 Call of Docket — Expiration 

of Rules. 

The docket shall be called numerically, 
and the causes shall be taken under ad- 
visement, continued, or otherwise disposed 
of, as they are called. 

Not more than forty cases shall be 
called on any one day. Stipulations of 
parties or their attorneys changing the 
order in which cases are to be called, will 
not be recognized. All unexpired rules 
will terminate upon the call of tlie 
cause for hearing; provided, that if the 
court shall give time to either party, with- 
out the consent of the other, the cause 
shall not lose its precedence on the docket. 
Rule 24. — Time for Filing Abstracts 
and Briefs. 

In all cases not being appeals from in- 
terlocutory orders, up to and including No. 
SO on the term docket, the appellant or 
plaintiff in error shall file with the clerk 
his abstract and brief on or before the 
third Monday of term and 

In all cases from 81 to 100, inclusive, 
on or before the 4th Monday of the term. 

In all cases from 101 to 120, inclusive, 
on or before the 5th Monday of the terra. 

In all cases from 121 to 140. inclusive, 
on or before the 6th Monday of the term 

In all cases from 141 to 180, inclusive, 
on or before the 7th Monday of the term. 



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In all cases from 181 to 220. Inclusive, 
on or before the 8th Monday of the term. 

In all cases from 221 to 260. inclusive, 
on or before the 9th Monday of the term. 

In all cases from 261 to 300, inclusive, 
on or before the 10th Monday of the term. 

In all cases from 301 to 340, inclusive 
on or before the 11th Monday of the term. 

In all other cases on or before the 
12th Monday of the term. ,.,.„, 

In case of the failure of the plamtiff in 
error or appellant to file both his abstract 
and brief within the time above limited, 
the appeal or writ of error will be dis- 
missed on motion and notice before, or 
without notice on the call of the docket, 
unless the delay is excused upon circum- 
stances to be shown. In all cases, the 
appellee or defendant in error shall file his 
brief within not exceeding thirty days 
after the expiration of the time limited 
in this rule for the filing of briefs by the 
appellant or plaintiff in error, or within 
thirty days after any extension thereof. 
Reply Briefs. 

Reply briefs must be filed before the 
case is called, unless otherwise specially 
ordered. 

Interlocutory Appeals. 

On all appeals from interlocutory or- 
ders granting injunctions or appointing 
receivers, the appellants shall file ab- 
stracts and briefs, as required on other 
appeals, within seven days after filing the 
record in this court. And the appellees 
shall file briefs within the next five days 
after notice that the appellants' briefs 
and abstracts are filed. Then the cases 
will be taken under advisement on briefs 
filed, or on motion of either party set for 
oral argument at such time as the court 
mav fix. 

Provided, however, that it shall be the 
duty of the appellant from such inter- 
locutory order to give the opposite party 
or hi? solicitor notice of the time of 
filing the record and appellant's abstracts 
and briefs in said appeal, on or before the 
day of filing the same. And on failure 
so to do. the appellee shall have such 
further time to file briefs as the court 
may direct. 

Rule 25. — Oral Arguments. • 

Oral arguments will not be heard on 
the calling of a cause upon the regular 
call of the docket, but causes will be 
placed on the oral argument cal- 
endar on motion of either party when 
reached on the call. Printed arguments 
on behalf of either party, in addition to 
the brief, will not be received unless the 
same shall have been filed within the time 
prescribed by these rules for the filing of 
printed briefs by such party. 

Rule '2(i. — Time for Argument. 

The time allowed for each oral argu- 
ment upon the hearing of a cause shall 
be restricted to one hour, except the clos- 
ing argument, which shall be rrstricted 
to thirty minutes, unless otherwise spe- 
cially permitted. Oral arguments will 
not be heard upon any motion, unless spe- 
cially directed by the court. If the ap- 
pellant or plaintiff In error makes no 
opening argument, the appellee or de- 
fendant In error will be allowed but fif- 
teen minutes, and the appellant or plain- 
tiff in error .shall be allowed fifteen min- 
utes in which to reply. 

Rnle 117. — nnmnges on DiHmissIng Ap- 
peals. 
When appeals from decrees, judgments 
or orders for the recovery of money are 
dismissed by this court for want of prose- 
cution, or for falling to file authenticated 
copies of records, as required by law, the 

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court will award damages against the ap- 
pellant upon the amount recovered in the 
court below, not exceeding ten per cent, 
on the first $100, and five per cent, on 
any excess. 

If the judgTnent order or decree ap- 
pealed from is not for the recovery of 
money, the court will enter judgment for 
not less than fifty (50) dollars, nor more 
than two hundred and fifty (250) dollars 
damages. 

Rule 28.— Rehearing— Time and Man- 
ner of Application. 

Application for a rehearing of any cause 
shall be made by petition to the court, 
signed by counsel, stating the grounds for 
a rehearing, and the authorities relied on 
in support thereof. Within ten days after 
a decision is entered of record, the party 
desiring a rehearing shall give notice In 
writing to the opposite party or his at- 
torney, of his intention to make such ap- 
plication, and shall, within said ten days, 
file with the clerk of this court a copy 
of such notice, with proof of the due 
service thereof, and within said ten days 
he shall also file with the clerk six 
printed copies of the petition for a re- 
hearing. If a rehearing be granted, the 
case will be reconsidered upon the record, 
abstracts, original briefs, petition, and 
any answer thereto, of which six printed 
copies shall have been filed with the clerk 
of the court within ten days after the 
order granting a rehearing is entered of 
record. 

Rule 29. — Rehearing — Stay of Proceed- 
ings. 

Whenever a petition for a rehearing 
shall be presented to either of the jus- 
tices of this court in vacation, if he shall 
certify that there are probable grounds 
for granting a rehearing, all further pro- 
ceedings authorized by the judgment of 
this court shall be stayed until the next 
term of the court. 
Rule 30. — Taxing Printer's Pees lor 

Abstracts— Ad<litional Abstracts. 

Upon printed abstracts being furnished 
in conformity with the rules of this court, 
it shall be the duty of the clerk to tax 
a printer's fee at the rate of twenty 
cents for each one hundred words of one 
copy of such abstracts against the un- 
successful party not furnishing the same, 
as costs, to be recovered by the success- 
ful party furnishing such abstract. Ap- 
pellees or defendants in error who shall 
file additional abstracts under the rules 
of this court shall, if successful in the 
cause, be entitled to have taxed like fees 
for such additional abstracts on motion, 
if the court shall be of the opinion that 
such additional abstracts were neces- 
sary. 

Rule 31. — Kxtending Time for Filing 
Abstracts and Briefs. 

No extension of time in which to file 
abstracts or briefs will be granted, ex- 
cept upon at least one day's notice to the 
opposite party, or upon a stipulation and 
consideration by the court of circum- 
stances shown by affidavit, of which a 
copy has been served with the notice. 

Rule 32. — Appellate Court Library. 

The books of the law library of this 
court shall not be marked or underlined 
with pen or pencil ; nor shall the pages 
of the same be folded down ; and no 
books shall be taken from the conference 
room without the consent of the court 
being first obtained for that purpose. 
Any violation of this rule will be con- 
sidered as a contempt of court, and the 
person offending be fined therefore at the 
discretion of the court. 



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In Effect March 21, 1910. 



GENERAIi RULES. 



Hour of Opening Court. 

Rule 1. Ten o'clock in the forenoon 
shall be the hour for opening court, ex- 
cept that on Saturdays court shall con- 
vene at 9:30 a. m. and shall adjourn 
at 12 o'clock noon. 

Numbering o£ Causes. 

Rule 2. Suits brought in this Court 
are at once given two numbers, the 
general number and the term number. 
The first is the proper number of the 
suit in its order and is never changed, 
and in this numbering no distinction 
is made between suits at law and in 
chancery. 

Suits brought during the year are 
numbered in the series of term num- 
bers to which they belong. 

In calling the attention of the Court 
to anv pending suit the term number 
must be used. When a cause is finally 
disposed of, the files are arranged in 
the vault according to the general 
numbers. 

The Clerk will at the close of each 
day's business distribute in rotation 
among the Judges who have common 
law calendars the common law causes 
begun on such day, and at the same 
time, and in the same manner distrib- 
ute among the Judges who have chan- 
cery calendars the chancery causes 
begun on such day, and will place 
upon the wrapper of each case the 
name of the Judge to whom the same 
is assigned. All pleadings will be set- 
tled and orders entered in a cause by 
the Judge to whom the same Is as- 
signed, but in the absence of such 
Judge, any other Judge may take de- 
fault or enter orders In causes as- 
signed to such absent Judge. 

Provided, that the Chief Justice, upon 
such notice and such showing as he 
may deem sufficient, may direct the 
clerk to withhold any case from its 
proper distribution in rotation, as pro- 
vided in said rule, and may assign any 
case, either at the time the suit is be- 
gun or at any stage thereafter (pro- 
vided the Judge on whose calendar 
such case is pending shall not object), 
to any judge to promptly take for hear- 
ing and disposition any such cause. 
Clerk's Registers. 

Rule 3. The Clerk shall keep law 
and chancery registers in which shall 
be noted respectively: 

1. The numbers and titles of all 
causes, petitions or proceedings be- 
gun in this Court. 

2. The names of the respective at- 
torneys or solicitors therein. 



3. The date and time of day of fil- 
ing each paper filed in such cause, 
describing the same as briefly as may 
be necessary for identification. 

4. The date when any paper shall 
be taken from the files and to whom 
delivered. 

Filing and Removal o£ Papers. 

Rule 4. Copies of all pleadings and 
all exhibits accompanying the same 
must be filed with the Clerk at the 
time the originals are filed, and unless 
such copies are furnished at that time 
the Clerk will refuse to file the orig- 
inals. 

The files in pending causes shall be 
kept in the law and chancery file- 
rooms. 

No paper filed shall be delivered to 
any person other than an attorney, so- 
licitor or counsel in the case, or his 
clerk, known to be such; nor shall the 
entire files or any bond, writ or other 
process be delivered to any other per- 
son than a bailiff or deputy Clerk of 
this Court. 

Copies of pleadings and papers may 
be withdrawn to be returned within 
three days upon leaving receipt for 
the same. 

The Clerk of the Court will not per- 
mit the originals of pleadings and pa- 
pers in any case to be withdrawn with- 
out an order of Court. 

On good cause shown, any Judge of 
this Court may, on application, permit 
the original files to be withdrawn. 

Any person withdrawing without 
leave of Court any paper filed with 
the Clerk in any case will be deemed 
in contempt of Court. 

Calls of Calendars — Notice. 

Rule 5. Parties shall take notice of 
all calls of the calendars. 
First Calls. 

Rule 6. On the calls of the trial 
calendars of all causes there will from 
time to time be first calls of not ex- 
ceeding two hundred causes, for the 
purpose of ascertaining what causes 
are ready for trial, on which calls 
causes will be marked for trial, con- 
tinued or stricken from the docket. 

No cause stricken from the docket 
will be reinstated except on written 
notice to each attorney or solicitor 
of record and each party whose ap- 
pearance has been entered without an 
attorney or solicitor and each infant 
and insane person served with process 
personally for whom no guardian ad 
litem has been appointed before the 
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Trial Calis. 

Rule 7. Causes are called for trial 
in their order upon the calendars. The 
call for each day is announced before 
the adjournment on the preceding day. 

There will be no call of the jury trial 
calendars on Saturday. 

Printed trial calendars will be made 
up for the September term eac« year, 
including: all pending causes; and new 
ca.lendars from time to time thereafter 
as may be necessary. Notice of the 
preparation of new calendars will be 
given in the Law Bulletin ten days 
or more before the first day of the 
term for which such calendars are 
prepared. 

Certificates of Good Moral Character. 

Rule 8. All applications for certifi- 
cates of good moral character shall 
be filed in the office of the Clerk of 
this Court, together with the recom- 
mendations in writing of two or more 
sponsors at least ten days before being 
presented to tlie Court on motion. 

Costs — Appearances. 

Rule 9. When there are several de- 
fendants, if a single appearance is fUed 
for all, but one appearance fee of three 
dollars ($3) is required to be paid, but 
if several appearances are filed for 
different parties, either by different 
attorneys or solicitors, or by the same 
attorneys or solicitors at different 
times, an appearance fee must be paid 
for each appearance. 

When the appearance fee has been 
paid no costs are required upon filing 
a cross-bill. 

Costs — Upon Setting Aside Defaults 
and Overruling Demurrers. 

Rule 10. Whenever a default is set 
aside or a demurrer is overruled or 
sustained, and leave to plead or Jeave 
to amend is prayed for, the Court may. 
In granting such motion, impose as 
terms costs not less than $5 nor more 
than $10, to be paid by the losing to 
the successful party on the motion, or 
his or their attorney or solicitor. 

Costs — Suits in Forma Pauperis. 

Rule 11. Before a person may be 
permitted to begin and prosecute a 
suit as a poor person he shall make 
an affidavit stating that he has a mer- 
itorious cause of action; that he is un- 
able to pay the costs and that he will 
not settle or compromise the claim 
or release the defendant until all ac- 
crued costs are paid. The attorney or 
solicitor of such person-shall also state 
In writing, that he has investigated the 
facts and that he believes the party 
has a meritorious cause of action, and, 
further, that he will not accept any 
compensation from the plaintiff nor 
from any person In his behalf until all 
costs are first paid. After appearance 
by defendant, it shall be the duty of 
his attorney or solicitor of record, as 
an officer of the Court, to see to it 
that In the event of settlement or com- 
promise of the suit, all costs accrued 
shall he paid out of the proceeds of 
any such settlement or compromise; 
provided, that, in case the Judge to 
whom such application is presented 



sha.ll refuse to grant leave, he shall 
so endorse the affidavit. 

All applications for leave to begin 
suit as a poor person shall be made in 
person, unless the applicant be physic- 
ally incapacitated from appearing in 
open Court, in which event an affi- 
davit must be presented to the Court, 
showing the fact of the incapacity and 
such other facts as will entitle the ap- 
plicant to begin suit as a poor person. 

Demurrers. 

Rule 12. No demurrer shall be al- 
lowed to be filed to any pleading un- 
less upon a certificate of counsel that 
in his opinion it is well founded in 
point of law, and unless supported 
by the affidavit of the party, or by 
his agent duly authorized, or attorney 
or solicitor, that it is not interposed 
for delay. 

Depositions — Opening of. 

Rule 13. The following order shall 
be entered on the first day of each 
term: 

"Ordered, That leave be, and is here- 
by given the Clerk of this Court to 
open and file all depositions returned 
and to be returned during the present 
term of this Court." 

Motions. 

Rule 14. Motions of course are heard 
and disposed of in order on tlie open- 
ing of Court and before the call of 
the docket by the Judge on whose trial 
calendar the cause has been placed 
or to whom said cause has been as- 
signed. A memorandum of all such 
motions, stating the term number, the 
title of the cause, the nature of the 
motion briefly, together with his own 
name, and, except in default cases, or 
where no appearance has been entered, 
the name of the opposing attorney or 
solicitor, shall be placed upon the mo- 
tion book provided by the Clerk by 
the attorney or solicitor for the mov- 
ing party before the opening of Court. 
Neither attorneys nor solicitors will 
rise to address the Court upon a mo- 
tion until it has been called in its 
regular order from the motion book 
by the Clerk. All motions not of 
course shall be made in writing, and 
when founded on matters of fact not 
otherwise appearing by the pleadings, 
or other proceedings in the cause, such 
facts must be presented by affidavit, 
which shall be filed, with the motion 
with the Minute Clerk of the Judge 
before whom the motion is to be made, 
and a copy thereof served with the 
notice of the motion. Counter affidav- 
its may ordinarily be filed in opposi- 
tion to such motion; but counter or 
supplementary affidavits will not be 
allowed on applications for continu- 
ances, or in applications for security 
for costs, or for sureties on appeal 
bonds to justify or to set aside de- 
faults. 

Notice of Motions— When Required. 

Rule 15. No motion will be heard 
or order made in any cause without 
notice to the opposite party, when an 
appearance of such party has been 
entered, except where a party is in 
default or when a cause is reached on 
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Notice of Motions — How Given. 

Rule 16. Notice to the opposite 
party must be in writing, state the 
motion, designate the Judge before 
whom the same is to be made, and the 
time and place of hearing, and be 
served by delivering a copy to such 
party or his attorney or solicitor of 
record before 4 p. m. of the business 
day next preceding the day mentioned 
in the notice for calling up, either 
personally or by leaving a copy there- 
of at his office with some person in 
charge thereof on his behalf, and be 
supported by affidavit whenever based 
on matters of fact not appearing of 
record or by the files in the case, but 
all notices served on Saturday shall be 
served before 12 o'clock noon of that 
day. 

Passing and Continuing Suits. 

Rule 17. When the principal attor- 
ney or solicitor of record, or the at- 
torney or solicitor specially charged 
with the trial of the case of a party, 
is ill or actually engaged in the trial 
of a cause in some other Court at the 
time the cause is called for trial, and 
the other party is ready, the Court 
will pass the cause for the time with- 
out prejudice, where it appears by 
affidavit or otherwise that the party 
seeking the delay has used due dili- 
gence to be ready for trial, and would 
have been ready but for the illness or 
engagement of his attorney. Provided, 
That a sound discretion will be exer- 
cised by the Court in the enforcement 
of this rule in extreme cases, in favor 
of plaintiffs in attachments and suits 
on demands which would be barred 
by the statute of limitations if dis- 
missed; and also in all cases where 
any substantial injury might result. 

No suit will be passed for the second 
time for either of the causes above 
mentioned, and any suit so passed shall 
be in order to be called for trial upon 
notice at any time after the cause for 
which the same was passed shall 
cease. 

No cause passed by stipulation of the 
parties shall be, on account of any 
such engagement or otherwise, called 
for trial until there has been an op- 
portunity given for trial of all suc- 
ceeding suits set for trial on the last 
preceding preliminary call. 

If no such notice shall be given dur- 
ing the term or terms the trial cal- 
endar shall be called, the suit shall be 
placed by the Clerk, without further 
order, on the next trial calendar. 

Service of Rules. 

Rule 18. The service of rules or or- 
ders made by the Court, or by the 
Judges during summer recess, shall 
be by delivering a certified copy. When 
neKher the party nor his attorney or 
solicitor resides in or has an office 
in the City of Chicago, all notices may 
be served by mail, and when either 
party has appeared by attorney or so- 
licitor, service of any rule, order or 
notice made on such attorney or so- 
licitor shall be deemed sufficient, un- 
less where the object is to bring a 
party into contempt for disobeying any 
rule or order, in which case the serv- 
ice shall be upon the party personally, 
or by registered letter. 



In General. 

Rule 19. All matters pertaining to 
the administration of the Circuit 
Court, not herein otherwise provided 
for, shall be under the direction of the 
Chief Justice. He shall determine the 
necessity for, and designate from time 
to time such outside Judges as shall 
be required to assist in the work of 
the Circuit Court of Cook County, and 
such judges shall discharge their du- 
ties under his direction. He shall also 
have general supervision and direction 
of the clerk's office, to the end that the 
provisions of law and the rules of the 
court can be conformed to. 

COMMON LAW RULES. 



Affidavit for Capias. 

Rule 1. When an affidavit for a 
capias or petition for habeas corpus is 
presented to a Judge he shall indorse 
thereon a minute of the order refusing 
or granting the writ. 

Default. 

Rule 2. In all suits at law made 
returnable to any term of the Court 
where process has been duly served 
and declaration filed ten days before 
the first day of the term, the defend- 
ant shall plead or demur before the 
opening of Court on the morning of 
the third day, and the plaintiff shall 
be entitled to judgment by default in 
all suits where the plea or demurrer is 
not so filed, unless the party has ob- 
tained an extension of the rule so to 
plead or demur. Any defendant en- 
tering his appearance without service 
will be required to plead or demur to 
the declaration at such time as he 
would be so required if he had been 
served with process on the day of the 
entry of his appearance. 

Setting Aside Default. 

Rule 3. When either party neglects 
to file the proper pleadings, within 
the time fixed by law or the rule of 
the Court, such party shall be in de- 
fault and may be proceeded against 
accordingly. Defaults will not be set 
aside except upon affidavit of the party, 
agent or attorney filed, setting forth a 
meritorious cause of action or defense, 
in which case the default may be set 
aside on such terms as the Court may 
deem just, and the pleading, for want 
of which such default existed, shall 
be filed forthwith, unless the Court 
shall otherwise direct. 

Appeal Suits. 

Rule 4. No orders will be entered In 
an appeal suit from a Justice of the 
peace if a transcript has not been filed 
ten davs before the term at which 
the application Is made. 

Rule 5. The appellee in any appeal 
suit from a Justice of the Peace, which 
has been perfected ten days before the 
commencement of any trial term, may 
enter his appearance in writing and 
have the same filed among the pa- 
pers in the suit, and if such appearance 
is so entered ten days before the com- 
mencement of the term, the suit shall 
stand for trial in its order. 

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appellant or appellants shall file with 
the Clerk a transcript of the proceed- 
ings before the Justice of the Peace 
within ten days after filing the appeal 
bond. , , , 

Rule 7. AppeaJ suits, when reached 
on calendar, will be disposed of either 
by trial, continuance, dismissal of case 
or appeal, or by striking the same 
from the docket, and in case the same 
are stricken from the docket, they 
will not be again placed on any trial 
calendar unless all parties not in de- 
fault are notified, transcripts and pa- 
per filed, and the suits ready in every 
respect for trial. 

Rule 8. The Clerk shall place all 
appeal cases upon a separate calen- 
dar, which shall be assigned by the 
Chief Justice to one or more of the 
Judges for trial. 

Contested Motions. 
Rule 9. Motions not of course or 
contested motions will be heard on 
each Saturday of the term, after dis- 
position of motions for new trial on 
that dav, one day's notice in writing 
having been previously given. The 
Clerk will from time to time prepare 
a calendar of contested motions upon 
which such motions will be placed in 
the order in which notice thereof is 
given to him. A peremptory call of 
such motions will be made when or- 
dered bv the Court, of which three 
days' notice will be given in the Law 
Bulletin. 

Motions for Rules on Sureties In Ap- 
peal Bond.s to Justify. 
Rule 10. Motions may be made to 
require a surety on an appeal bond 
to justify, after the bond has been 
approved and the appeal perfected. 
They must be supported by affidavit 
showing that afliant has made inquiry 
as to the responsibility of such surety 
and the nature of such inquiry, and, if 
the surety has scheduled any real es- 
tate, as to the title and value of such 
real estate, and that from such inquiry 
affiant believes that such surety is 
irresponsible, and stating the facts 
tending to show that such belief is 
well founded. If such affidavit is 
deemed sufficient, a rule will be en- 
tered requiring the surety to justify 
or the appellant to give a new bond 
by a certain day; and in default, that 
the appeal be dismissed. The same 
motions in like manner may be made 
Jn all cases of bonds given ex parte 
In any proceeding. 

The Clerk shall spread of record, on 
a book or books kept for that purpose, 
bonds filed in any cause in this Court. 
Short Cause Calendar. 
Rule 11. Monday of each week is 
set apart and assigned as the day for 
the trial of actions upon the "Short 
Cause Calendar." No suit shall be no- 
ticed for trial on such calendar until 
the same is at issue. All notices to 
place a suit on such calendar must be 
filed with the Clerk within two days 
after service of the same, and not later 
than on Thursday eleven days before 
the Monday on which the case is set 
for trial. Suits placed upon this cal- 
endar shall be assigned for trial In the 
order in which said notices are filed 
with the Clerk, in the same manner 
as other common law suits, and all 
p^tUs not reached for trial on the Mon- 



day designated shall stand continued 
until the following Monday. A suit 
upon the "Short Cause Calendar" may 
be passed or continued for good cause 
shown, the same as other suits, and if 
so passed or continued it shall lose its 
place upon such calendar, but may be 
again placed thereon by either party 
giving ten days' notice. 

Instructions. 

Rule 12. All instructions or propo- 
sitions of law must be presented to 
the Court at the conclusion of the tak- 
ing of the evidence. 

Motions for Nctv Trial. 

Rule 13. Motions for new trial must 
be filed in writing, and such motions 
will be heard on Saturday of the 
week following the week in which 
the verdict is rendered, unless 
the Judge presiding at the trial 
shall otherwise direct, and it shall be 
the duty of the Clerk to make up each 
Saturday a calendar of such motions 
for new trial, in the order in which the 
suits were tried, placing thereon with- 
out notice, all pending motions. This 
calendar will be called and motions 
disposed of without notice, and in case 
the hearing of any motion is continued 
it will be placed at the foot of the 
next new trial motion calendar, un- 
less the Court shall otherwise order. 

New Trial. 

Rule 14. Whenever a jury shall re- 
port its inability to agree upon a ver- 
dict in any case the trial judge shall 
direct a new trial to proceed forth- 
with, or as soon thereafter as practica- 
ble. 

Opening Statement. 

Rule in. As soon as the jury has 
been selected and sworn to try the is- 
sues in any case, the court shall call 
upon the counsel for the plaintiff to 
make the opening statement to the 
jury, and immediately thereafter, the 
court shall call upon the counsel for 
the defendant to make an opening 
statement in behalf of the defendant, 
unless counsel for the defendant elects 
to waive the making of his opening 
statement. 

InNtriietious. 

Rule 10. -Rach party shall upon the 
conclusion of every case tried by jury, 
and before the beginning of the argu- 
ments, submit to the trial judge the 
instructions which lie intends to ask 
the coui-t to give to the jury, and shall 
at tlie same time deliver a copy thereof 
to counsel for the opposite party. 

Tlicreupon the judge shall give each 
liartv an opportunitv, out of the pres- 
ence of the jury and before the begin- 
ning of the arguments, to state his ob- 
jections to the instructions requested 
bv the other party and to reply to the 
oiijections of the opposite party to the 
instructions requested by him. 

If the judge modifies the instructions 
loqufsted by the parties he shall give 
counsel an opportunitv before the same 
are read to the jury to state bis ob- 
jections to the instructions as modified. 

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before the beg-inning- of the arg-uments 
to the jury, so that the jury may be 
correctly charg-ed as to the law of the 
case, and Inadvertent and preventilile 
error may not enter into the record to 
the manifest prejudice of the cause of 
justice. 

The trial judge will, as far as prac- 
ticable, arrange the order of the in- 
structions which he intends to give, so 
as to present the law of the case to 
the jury in the form of a connected 
charp-e. If the judge shall elect to give 
of his own motion any additional in- 
structions for the purpose of more 
fully presenting to the jury the law of 
the case as applicable to the issues 
of fact, such additional instructions 
shall also be submitted to counsel as 
above provided, in regard to modifica- 
tions of requested instructions. 



CHANCERY RULES. 

Appearance of Parties. 

1. When any defendant who shall 
be summoned, served with a copy of 
the bill or petition, or notified of the 
beginning of the suit as required by 
law, shall enter and file an appearance 
in writing before default taken, the 
party entering such appearance shall 
thereby, without any order, have twen- 
ty days from the first day of the ap- 
pearance term within which to ex- 
cept, plead, answer or demur. By ap- 
pearance term is meant the term at 
which the party might be defaulted 
for failure to appear. 

When any defendant, who has not 
been summoned, etc., as required by 
law, shall enter an appearance, he shall 
give the complainant's solicitor im- 
mediate written notice of the fact, 
and shall except, plead, answer or de- 
mur within twenty days after the first 
day of the term next succeeding' that 
in which his appearance has been en- 
tered. 

Defaults. 

2. On and after the third day of 
each term defaults may be entered as 
to such defendants as have been served 
in due time, and have filed no appear- 
ance in writing. 

What May be Considered as Motions 
of Course. 

3. Motions for default, default de- 
crees, for appointment of commission- 
ers in partition; for confirmation of 
reports of commissioners and of Mas- 
ters where no exceptions are filed, 
motions for rules to plead, answer or 
demur; concerning amendments of 
pleadings or for leave to file any plead- 
ing or paper; to set aside defaults, 
for new bonds; that sureties Justify; 
concerning ne-exeats; for ex parte in- 
junction orders: touching- the custody 
of children; motions for reference to a 
IMaster and for contempts of Court 
may, among others, be considered mo- 
tions of course. 

Calling and Hearing; of 3Iotions. 

4. If no one appears for or against 
a motion when called, it will be 
stricken from the "contested motion 



calendar" or the "motion book" upon 
which it may be pending. 

Motions, whether "contested" or "of 
course," if not supported by the mov- 
ing solicitor when called, will be over- 
ruled, as, of course, on the suggestion 
of opposing solicitor, who, in response 
to notice thereof is in attendance, and 
no renewal thereof will be permitted 
except for cause shown, upon service 
of notice of motion therefor with copy 
of afl^davit, etc., upon the opposite so- 
licitor and upon reasonable terms m 
the discretion of the Court, or upon 
consent thereto in writing of the op- 
posing solicitor. 

In all cases where a motion is made 
before default day and there is no ap- 
pearance of defendant by solicitor, the 
defendant shall be personally served 
with at least one day's notice thereof, 
and with copies as hereinbefore di- 
rected, if practicable, and not other- 
wise determined by the Court because 
of the emergency thereof; all motions 
except in default cases shall be re- 
duced to writing and filed in the cause 
before action of the Court is moved 
thereon. 

Contested Motions. 

Contested motions shall be deemed 
to include all motions pertaining to 
the settling of pleadings; for alimony 
and solicitor's fees; for injunctions 
upon notice; to dissolve injunctions; 
for the appointment or removal of re- 
ceivers; the hearing of exceptions to 
Masters or receiver's reports, and all 
other opposed motions the hearing of 
which will operate unduly to delay 
the Court in its other duties. 

A calendar of such motions will be 
made up on Friday of each week for 
hearing on the following Monday, in 
the order of filing notices thereof, with 
the Minute Clerk, and will be posted 
in the Court room. The Court may, in 
its discretion, continue the call of said 
calendar from day to day, or upon a 
particular day to be specified without 
notice except as may be announced 
during the call thereof, and may, 
whenever, in its opinion, the exigency 
of the case requires it, hear particular 
motions at any time. 

Motions passed under the rule re- 
lating to the engagement or other dis- 
ability of a solicitor shall be placed 
at the head of the next succeeding cal- 
endar in the relative order they occu- 
pied on the pending calendar. 

Motions continued by order or con- 
sent, will be placed in their relative 
order at the foot of the next calendar 
unless otherwise ordered. 

To entitle a motion to be placed and 
heard on the contested motion calen- 
dar, notice thereof, together with a 
copy of all affidavits and other perti- 
nent and competent papers relied upon 
and to be read in support thereof, ex- 
cept the records, files, pleadings, depo- 
sitions, reports of Masters and Re- 
ceivers, and other proceedings in the 
cause, or in other causes, must be 
served on the solicitor of the opposing 
party before four o'clock in the after- 
noon of the nreceding Thursday, and 
a copv of all counter-affidavits, etc. 
(with "the like exceptions), must be 
served on the solicitor of the moving 
party before twelve o-'clock noon of 
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of, must be delivered to the Minute 
Clerk before two o'clock p. m. of the 
Friday before the Monday on which 
the motion is to be heard. 

To entitle records or other proceed- 
ings in the same cause or in other 
causes than the one in which the mo- 
tion is made, to be read either in sup- 
port of or in opposition to a motion 
of any kind, brief designation thereof 
shall be made by notice to the solici- 
tor of the opposite party within the 
times mentioned for the service of af- 
fidavits. 

Affidavits and matters of record, 
strictly in rebuttal, may be read with- 
out notice, or the service of a copy 
thereof. 

Motions in cases where the emerg- 
ency thereof will not admit of the de- 
lay incident to the contested motion 
calendar, may be taken up and heard 
at any time, upon such notice as the 
Court may, in its discretion, direct, or 
without notice, if the Court shall so 
determine. 

Except by permission of the Court, 
but one solicitor on each side shall be 
heard on any motion, demurrer, or any 
interlocutory matter. 

Default Divorces and Other Default 
Suits. 

5. All default divorce suits as well 
as all other default suits, in which no- 
tice shall be given the Clerk to place 
the same upon the default calendar 
will be heard upon Saturday of each 
week, unless otherwise determined by 
the Judge before whom such cause 
is pending. No references shall be 
allowed in default divorce suits, except 
as to questions of alimony and prop- 
erty, and all testimony must be taken 
by deposition or In open Court. When 
taken in open Court it must be taken in 
shorthand, written out and sworn to 
be a correct transcript by the stenog- 
rapher and solicitor in the suit and 
presented to the Court, and filed be- 
fore a decree wiU be entered. No de- 
cree of divorce will be granted upon 
the unsupported testimony of the com- 
plainant. 

Within ten days after the hearing 
of any default or uncontested divorce 
suit, the complainant shall hand to the 
Minute Clerk a draft of the decree and 
certificate of evidence; in default 
whereof, unless for good cause shown 
the time be extended, the bill shall be 
dismissed. 

Withdrawal of Solicitors. 

6. No solicitor will be permitted to 
withdraw his appearance for any party 
unless the Court shall be satisfied by 
affidavit or otherwise, that such party 
has had reasonable notice of the so- 
licitor's Intention to withdraw hla ap- 
pearance in the cause. 

Abstract of Pleadings and Evidence. 

7. In all cases heard in this Court, 
except where otherwise determined by 
the Court, the parties shall prepare an 
abstract or abridgement of their re- 
spective pleadings, and of the evidence 
when the same shall have been taken 
by deposition or before a Master In 
Chancery, and such abstract of the 
pleadings and evidence shall be read 
on the hearing in lieu of the original 
pleadings and depositions. 



Decrees, Ktc, as to Sale of Real E:s- 
tate. 

8. All decrees and orders of this 
Court directing the public sale of any 
real estate or an interest therein, 
shall provide that such sale shall be 
made at the rooms of the Chicago Real 
Estate Board or of the Cook County 
Real Estate Board In the City of Chi- 
cago unless the Court for cause shown 
shall otherwise order. 

Changing Final Decree as to Alimony 
or Custody of Children. 

9. All applications for changing a 
final order or decree concerning ali- 
mony or the custody of children shall 
be by petition in writing verified by 
affidavit. Upon the filing thereof a 
rule on the respondent to plead, an- 
swer or demur in ten days after serv- 
ice of the copy thereof on such re- 
spondent, may be obtained. Issues 
joined therein may be heard at such 
time as the Court may order. The 
Court may, in its discretion, upon mo- 
tion, refer the same to a Master, as in 
other cases. 

Bonds. 

10. Upon the motion of any party 
in interest, the bond of any receiver, 
injunction or other bond may be or- 
dered spread of record in the cause 
in which it is filed. 

Complete Record, Etc. 

11. A complete record may be made 
of all pleadings, files, etc., in any 
cause upon the motion of any party 
in interest, upon such terms as to the 
costs thereof as the Court may order. 

Any pleading or file may be ordered 

spread of record in any cause before 

final decree, upon such terms and in 

such manner as the Court may order. 

Receivers. 

12. Notice of the filing of reports 
by receivers, and of all orders asked 
for or by any receivers, and of all 
orders to be made on such receiver 
siiall be given to each and all the so- 
licitors or firms of solicitors of record 
in the cause. 

Rules Governing Masters in Chancery. 
1. Whenever a reference shall be 
made to a Master in Chancery of this 
Court, to take testimony and report 
the same, or to take testimony and 
report the same with his conclusions 
thereon to the Court, the Master to 
whom such reference is made shall, as 
soon as practicable, fix a day to pro- 
ceed with the taking of testimony or 
evidence, on such reference, and on the 
day so fixed he shall proceed with the 
taking of such testimony or evidence, 
and may, in his discretion, fix a day 
within which the complainant shall 
close his proofs, which time he may, 
in his discretion, for good cause shown, 
extend for such reasonable time as 
justice may require; and as soon as 
the complainant has closed his proofs, 
shall fix a time within which the de- 
fendant shall close his proofs, and the 
complainant his proofs in rebuttal; and 
In his discretion for good cause may 
extend the time for such reasonable 
time as justice may require; and In 
case the parties shall not close their 
proofs within the time limited by the 
Master, he shall proceed to make up 
his report upon the testimony and evi- 
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him without waiting for further evi- 
dence or testimony from the party so 
failing to close his proofs within the 
time limited. 

2. Whenever such reference is made 
to a Master in Chancery of this Court, 
to take testimony and report the same, 
or to take testimony and report the 
same with his conclusions thereon to 
the Court, the Master shall have full 
power and discretion to pass upon all 
questions of competency of witnesses, 
and the propriety and relevancy of all 
questions or interrogatories put by 
counsel, and the Master shall note his 
ruling upon each objection in the min- 
utes of the proceedings before him, and 
when the Master has ruled that a party 
or witness shall answer a given in- 
terrogatory, it shall be the duty of 
such witness or party to answer in the 
same manner as if such witness or 
party had been so directed by the 
Court; and in case the Master shall 
hold that any question is irrelevant or 
incompetent, the same shall not be 
answered. If either party shall object 
to the ruling of the Master upon the 
admissibility of testimony or evidence, 
they shall, after the testimony and 
evidence before the Master is closed, 
and before he makes his report there- 
on, bring such objections and excep- 
tions to the Master's ruling upon the 
testimony before the Court, and if the 
Court shall sustain the ruling of the 
Master, he shall immediately proceed 
to make his report upon the testimony 
and evidence submitted to him, and if 
such objections and exceptions to the 
rulings of the Master shall be sus- 
tained, the Master shall proceed to take 
such further testimony as the Court 
may direct, and shall disregard, in 
making up his report, such testimony 
as the Court may rule to be incom- 
petent or irrelevant. 

3. All parties accounting before a 
Master shall bring in their respective 
accounts in the form of debtor and 
creditor, and any of the other parties 
who shall not be satisfied with the 
accounts so brought in, shall be at 
liberty to examine the accounting 
party viva voce or upon oral or writ- 
ten interrogatories, in the Master's of- 
fice, as the Master may direct. 

4. The Master shall be at liberty to 
examine any creditor or other per- 
son coming in to make a claim before 
him, either upon written Interroga- 
tories or viva voce, or in both modes, 
as the nature of the case may appear 
to him to require. The evidence upon 
such examination shall be taken down 
by the Master, or by some other per- 
son by his order and in his presence, 
if either party requires It, in order 
that the same may be used by the 
Court, if necessary. 

5. All affidavits, depositions and 
documents which have been previously 
made, read or used In the Court upon 
any proceeding in any cause or matter 
may be used before the Master. 

6. Every bill or petition upon which 
an ex parte preliminary injunction, — 
order for the appointment of a receiv- 
er, — or for a writ of ne exeat republica 
is desired, shall be filed with the Clerk 
of the Court before the same is pre- 
sented to a Judge for an order or to 
a Master for a recommendation as to 
such injunction, receiver or writ of 
ne exeat. For such purpose the Clerk 
may deliver such bill or petition to the 

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solicitor or person filing such bill upon 
his receipting therefor to such Ciern., 
but the same must be returned to the 
custody of such Clerk immediately 
after such Judge or Master shall have 
passed upon such application. 

No Master shall examine any such 
bill or petition presented to him until 
the same shall have been filed as afore- 
said and the Master'^ fee paid to such 
Master. 

The Master shall indorse upon or 
at the foot of every such bill or 
petition so presented and examined 
by him his conclusion or recommenda- 
tion as to whether the prayer of such 
bill or petition as to such injunction, 
receiver, or ne exeat, should be 
granted. 

No Master shall examine or make 
any recommendation upon any such 
bill or petition which shall contain 
the indorsement of any other Master 
as aforesaid, except upon a special or- 
der of the Court to that effect. 

7. The attendance of solicitors shall 
not be compulsory before Masters in 
Chancery in any matter on Saturday 
after 12 o'clock noon. 

Rules Governing Proceedings Before 

E^xamlners of Titles Under the 

Laud Registration Act. 

1. All rules of this Court now ex- 
isting or hereafter entered with re- 
saltion to the practice and proceeding 
before Masters in Chancery, on orders 
of reference, shall apply to and govern 
all proceedings before Examiners of Ti- 
tle, in case of proceedings under the 
Land Registration Act, except so far 
as the same may be In conflict with 
the Act concerning Land Titles, or 
Registration of Titles, In which case 
the Act itself shall govern. 

2. All orders to be entered in Land 
Registration cases shall be drafted and 
the draft presented to one of the Ex- 
aminers of Titles, or Registrar of 
Titles, for approval as to form before 
being presented to the Court, and mo- 
tions for the entry of such orders will 
not be considered unless approved as 
to form by the Examiner of Titles or 
by the Registrar of Titles as afore- 
said unless proper showing Is made 
why such motions should be heard 
without such approval. 

3. The printed forms prescribed and 
prepared by the Registrar of Titles, 
including forms for applications, de- 
crees, orders of reference, etc., shall 
so far as possible be used by solicitors 
in proceedings under the Land Regis- 
tration Act. 

4. Appearances of defendants In 
Land Registration cases shall be filed 
at or before the return day of the 
summons, and where such appearances 
shall be entered in writing before de- 
fault taken, such defendant shall be 
entitled to twenty days from the re- 
turn day of the summons within which 
to except, plead or answer to the ap- 
plication. 

All foregoing rules shall go into 
effect and be in force from and after 
the twenty-first day of March, 1910, 
and on and from that date shall super- 
sede all prior rules adopted by this 
Court. The rules adopted shall be 
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Common Law Rules 

OF THE 

SUPERIOR COURT of COOK COUNTY 



Nnmberlngr of Cases. 

Rule 1. Cases brought in this court 
are at once g:iven two numbers, the gen- 
eral number and the term number. The 
first is never changed, and in this num- 
bering no distinction is made between 
cases at law and in chancery. 

Cases brought during the year are 
numbered in the series of term numbers 
to which they belong. 

In calling the attention of the court 
to any pending case the term number 
must be used. "When a cause is finally 
disposed of, the files are arranged in the 
vault according to the general numbers. 

Clerk's Register. 

Rule 2. The clerk shall keep a regis- 
ter, in which shall be noted: 

1. The number and title of all causes, 
petitions or proceedings commenced in 
this court. 

2. The names of the respective attor- 
neys therein. 

3. The date and time of day of filing 
each paper filed in such cause, describing 
the same as briefly as may be necessary 
for identification. 

4. The date when any paper shall be 
taken from the files, to whom delivered 
and when returned. 

Files— RemoTal of Papers. 

Rule 3. Copies of all pleadings must 
be filed with the clerk at the time orig- 
inals are filed, and unless such copies are 
furnished at that time the clerk will 
refuse to file the originals. 

The files in pending causes shall be 
kept in the law file room. 

No paper filed shall be delivered to any 
person other than an attorney or counsel 
In the case, or his clerk, known to be 
such ; nor shall the entire files or any 
bond, writ or other process be delivered 
to any other person than a bailiff or 
deputy clerk of this court. 

Copies of pleadings and papers may be 
withdrawn to be returned within three 
days upon le.aving receipt for the same. 

The clerk of the court will not permit 
the originals of pleadings and papers in 
any case to be withdrawn without an or- 
der of the court. 

On good cause shown, the motion judge 
or the trial judge to whom the case is 
assigned, may, on application, permit the 
original files to be withdrawn. 

Any person withdrawing without leave 
of court the original of any paper filed 
with the clerk in any case will be deemed 
In contempt of court. 



Any person withdrawing without leave 
of court or permission of the clerk, and 
in either case without leaving with the 
clerk in charge a receipt signed by an 
attorney of this court, or a firm of such 
attorneys, the original or any paper filed 
with the clerk in any case, will be 
deemed in contempt of court. 

Opening: of Depositions. 

Rule 4. The following order shall be 
entered on the first day of each term : 

"1. Ordered, That leave be, and is 
hereby given the clerk of this court to 
open and file all depositions returned and 
to be returned during the present term of 
this court." 

Affidavit for Capias. 

Rule 5. AVhen an affidavit for a capias 
is presented to a judge he shall indorse 
thereon a minute of the order refusing or 
granting the writ. 

Default. 

Rule 6. In all cases made returnable 
to any term of the court where process 
has been duly served and declaration filed 
ten days before the first day of the term, 
the defendant shall plead by the morning 
of the third day. by the opening of the 
court, and the plainthT shall be entitled 
to judgment by default in all cases where 
the plea is not so fixed, unless the party 
has obtained an extension of the rule so 
to plead. Any defendant entering his ap- 
pearance without service will be required 
to plead or demur to the declaration at 
such time as he would be so required if 
he had been served with process on the 
day of the entry of his appearance. 

Settlnsr Aside Default. 

Rule 7. When either party neglects to 
file the proper pleadings, within the time 
fixed by law or the rule of the court, such 
party shall be considered in default and 
may be proceeded against accordingly. 
Defaults will not be set aside except 
upon affidavit of the paity, agent or at- 
torney filed, setting forth that there Is a 
meritorious cause of action, or defense, 
and the nature of it. in which case the 
default may be set aside on such terms 
as the court may deem just, and the 
pleading, for want of which such default 
existed, shall be filed forthwith, unless 
the court shall otherwise direct. 

Appeal Cases. 

Rule 8. No orders will be entered in 
nn appeal case from a justice of the 
peace if a transcript has not been filed 
ten days before the term at Which the 
application is made. 



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Rule 9. The appellee in any appeal 
case from a justice of the peace, which 
has been perfected ten days before the 
commencement of any trial term, may 
enter his appearance in writing and have 
the same filed among the papers in the 
case, and If such appearance Is so en- 
tered ten days before the commencement 
of the term, the case shall stand for 
trial in its order. 

Rule 10. In appeals from judgments 
of justices of the peace to this court ap- 
pellant or appellants shall file with the 
clerk a transcript of the proceedings be- 
fore the justice of the peace within ten 
days after filing the appeal bond ; in de- 
fault thereof the court shall dismiss said 
appeal unless good cause be shown why 
such order should not be entered. 

If a defendant in an action of forcible 
detainer desires to appeal to this court 
no appeal bond shall be approved or filed 
unless it shall appear from a transcript 
that the defendant prayed an appeal be- 
fore the justice, and that the justice fixed 
the amount of the appeal bond, or that a 
judge of this court has fixed the amount 
of such bond , , 

Rule 11. Appeal cases, when reached 
on calendar, will be disposed of either 
by trial, continuance, dismissal of case 
or appeal, or by striking the same from 
ihe docket, and in case the same are 
stricken from the docket, they will not 
be again placed on any trial calendar 
unless all parties are in court, trans- 
scripts and papers filed, and the cases 
ready in every respect for trial. 

Notice— When Reanlred. 

Rule 12. Parties shall take notice of 
all calls of the calendar. 

No motion will be heard or order made 
In any cause without notice to the oppo- 
site party, when an appearance of such 
party has been entered, except where a 
party is in default or when a cause is 
reached on the call of the trial calendar. 

Notice — VLoxv Given. 

Rule 13. Notice to the opposite party 
must be in writing, state the motion, des- 
ignate the judge before whom the same 
is to be made, and the place of hearing, 
and be served by delivering a copy to 
such party or his attorney of record be- 
fore four p. M. of the day preceding the 
day mentioned in the notice for calling 
up such motion. 

The service of a motion upon an at- 
torney by leaving a copy thereof at his 
office, in his absence, with a clerk or 
other person in charge of such office, shall 
be regarded as service upon such attor- 
ney; provided, however, if the attorney 
has no office in the city, then the service 
shall be as the court may direct. 
Service of Rule. 

Rule 14. The service of rules or or- 
ders made by the court, or by the judges 
during summer rrcess. shall be by deliv- 
ering a certified copy. When neither the 
party nor his attorney resides in or has 
an office In the City of Chicago, all no- 
tices may be served by mail, and when 
either party has appeared by attorney, 
service of any rule, order or notice made 
on such attorney shall be deemed suffi- 
cient, unless where the object Is to bring 
a party into contempt for disobeying any 
rule or order, in which case the services 
ahall be upon the party personally. 



Hotlona and Demurrera. 

Rule 15. All motions, of course and 
contested, excepting motions for new trial 
and motions subsequent thereto, and mo- 
tions arising during the actual trial of a 
case, shall be determined and disposed 
of by one or more judges designated for 
that purpose. 

All such motions shall be placed upon 
a motion calendar and will be called and 
disposed of in their order upon such cal- 
endar. All motions not of course shall be 
made in writing, and when founded on 
matters of fact not otherwise appearing 
by the pleadings, or other proceeding by 
the pleadings in the cause, such facts 
must be presented by affidavit, which shall 
be filed with the motion, and a copy 
thereof served with the notice of the mo- 
tion. Counter afHdavits may ordinarily 
be filed in opposition to such motion ; but 
counter or supplementary affidavits will 
not be allowed on application for continu- 
ances, or in applications for security for 
costs, or for sureties in appeal bonds to 
justify. 

All matters requiring Immediate action 
or attention and not affecting or pertain- 
ing to any case then on a trial call shall 
be presented to and heard by the motion 
judge. Confessions of judgment, petitions 
for mandamus or quo warranto for leave 
to sue in forma pauperis, applications for 
naturalization, the assessment of damages 
in noncontested or settled cases, and simi- 
lar matters are included in this rule. 
The motion judge shall also hear the cases 
placed upon the short cause calendar. 

Rule 16. Whenever the motion judge 
shall have entered default in any case 
and it is necessary for a jury to assess 
plaintiff's damages. If there be no jury 
sitting in his room the clerk in the mo- 
tion room shall notify the assignment 
clerk that default has been entered, and 
the assignment clerk will tliereupon as- 
sign the cause to some one of the trial 
judges for final disposition. 

Rule 17. No demurrer shall be allowed 
to be filed to any declaration unless upon 
I a certificate of counsel that in his opin- 
' ion it is well founded in point of law, 
and unless supported by the affidavit of 
the defendant, or by his agent duly au- 
thorized, or attorney, that it is rot inter- 
posed for delay. 

Rule 18. Whenever a default is set 
aside or a demurrer is overruled or sus- 
tained, and leave to plead or leave to 
amend is prayed for, the court may, in 
granting such motion, impose as terms 
costs not less than J5.00 nor more than 
$10,00, to be paid by the losing to the 
successful party on the motion, or his 
or their attorney. 

Motions for Rnles on Sureties la 
Appeal Bonds to Justify. 

Rule 19. Motions may be made to re- 
quire a surety on an appeal bond to jus- 
tify, after the bond has ben approved 
and the appeal perfected. They must bo 
supported by affidavit showing that affi- 
ant has made inquiry as to the responsi- 
bility of such surety and the nature of 
such Inquiry, and, if the surety has sched- 
uled any real estate, as to the title and 
value of .such real estate, and that from 
such inquiry affiant believes that such 
surety is irresponsible, and stating the 
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well founded. If such affidavit is deemed 
sufBcient a rule will be entered requiring 
the surety to justify or the appellant to 
give a new bond by a certain day; and 
In default, that the appeal be dismissed. 
"The same motions in like manner may 
be made in all cases of bonds given ex 
parte in any proceeding." 

The clerk shall spread of record on a 
book or books kept for that purpose, 
bonds filed in any cause in this court. 

Formation of Calendars. 

Rule 20. The cases shall be divided, in 
rotation, in seven (7) calendars, each 
calendar having an equal number of cases. 
Thereafter, at convenient intervals, as 
may be necessary, calendars for individ- 
ual judges, consisting of two hundred 
(200) cases, shall be made up. All cases 
on each calendar which shall not be 
finally disposed of during the call of such 
calendar (including all reinstated cases), 
shall be Included in and placed at the 
bead of the next calendar of two hundred 
(200) cases of the same judge when such 
new calendar shall be made up. Every 
such case, unless otherwise specially so 
ordered, shall remain on the calendar of 
such judge until finally disposed of. 

All the foregoing matter shall be under 
the special supervision of the motion 
judge. 

Passlnar and Contlnnlng Casea. 

Rule 22. When the principal attorney 
of record, or the attorney specially 
charged with the trial of the case of a 
party is sick or actually engaged in the 
trial of a cause in some other court at 
the time the cause is called for trial, and 
the other party is ready, the court will 
pass the cause for the time without prej- 
udice, where it appears by affidavit or 
otherwise that the party seeking the de- 
lay has used due diligence to be ready 
for trial, and would have been ready but 
for the sickness or engagement of his at- 
torney. Provided, that a sound discretion 
will be exercised by the court in the en- 
forcement of this rule in extreme cases. 
In favor of plaintiffs in attachments and 
suits on demands which would be barred 
by the statutes of limitations if dis- 
missed ; and also in all cases where any 
substantial injury might result. 

No case will be passed the second time 
for either of the causes above mentioned, 
and any case so passed shall be held for 
trial upon the trial call until the cause 
for which the same was passed shall have 
ceased, when it shall be the next case 
tried. 

Upon good cause shown, any judge may 
order a case assigned in his room to be 
assigned for trial before another trial 
judge. Stipulations to pass, for continu- 
ances and also for the assignment of 
cases for trial at a date which will not 
advance such case from its regular or- 
der, will be recognized when in writing 
and signed by counsel for all of the par- 
ties in the case and filed with the assign- 
ment clerk. 

Sbort Cause Calendar. 

Rule 23. Monday of each week is set 
apart and assigned as the day for the 
trial of actions upon the "Short Cause 
Calendar." No case shall be noticed for 
trial on such calendar until the same is 
at issue. All notices to place a case on 
such calendar must be filed with the 



clerk within two days after service of the 
same, and not later than on Thursday, 
eleven days before the Monday on which 
the case is set for trial. Cases placed 
upon this calendar shall be assigned for 
trial in the order in which said notices 
are filed with the clerk, in the same man- 
ner as other common law cases, and all 
cases not reached for trial on the Mon- 
day designated shall stand continued 
until the following Monday. 

Cbansre of Venne. 

^^Rule 24. Whenever counsel shall notify 
the judge to whom a case is assigned 
that he intends to ask for a change of 
venue, he must present his petition to 
that judge on the next court day after 
the case has been assigned. Whenever 
a change of venue shall be granted from 
one or more judges the case shall be 
immediately reassigned by the assign- 
ment clerk to one of the other judges 
having no case on trial, in the manner 
hereinabove provided. 

Instructions. 

Rule 25. All instructions must be pre- 
sented to the court at the conclusion of 
the taking of the evidence. 

Motions for New Trial. 

Rule 26. Motions for new trial must 
be filed in writing, and such motions will 
be heard on the Saturday of the week 
following the week in which the verdict is 
rendered, unless the judge presiding al 
the trial shall otherwise direct, and li 
shall be the duty of the clerk to maka 
up each Saturday a calendar of suci> 
motions for new trial, placing thereoK 
without notice, and according to their 
numbers, all pending motions. This cal- 
endar will be called and motion.*- iltjposed 
of without notice, and in case the hearing 
of any motion is continued it will be 
placed at the foot of the next new trial 
calendar, unless the court shall other- 
wise order. 

Costs. 

Rule 27. When there are several de- 
fendants, if a single appearance is filed 
for all but one appearance, fee of three 
dollars ($3.00) is required to be paid, but 
if several appearances are filed for dif- 
ferent parties, either by different attor- 
neys or by the same attorney at different 
times, an appearance fee must be paid 
for eacli appearance. 

Suits In Forma Pauperis. 

Rule 28. When an attorney has a pau- 
per for a client, for whom he brings suit 
in this court as such, tlie attorney shall 
before bringing such suit by personal in- 
vestigation satisfy himself that such per- 
son actually is a pauper unable to pro- 
cure the money with which to pay the 
costs of bringing the suit, and, further, 
that such person has a meritorious cause 
of action. All applications for leave to 
sue In forma pauperis shall be made by 
a petition subscribed and sworn to by 
the applicant, and such petition shall con- 
tain' a detailed statement of the cause or 
grounds for the action. It shall show 
the address, trade, if any, and occupation, 
income and means of subsistence of the 
applicant then and during the year past 
and that such person has no money or 
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from which to raise money for such 
costs. Such person shall appear person- 
ally in court, unless physically incapaci- 
tated, in which event the petition shall 
state how incapacitated and where the 
applicant is. At the foot of such petition 
there shall be added an agreement that 
such person will pay all costs due to the 
clerk of this court out of any money ob- 
tained through the suit or compromise. 

The petition shall also be accompa- 
nied bv an affidavit of the attorney 
for such pauper, stating the length of 
time he has been personally acquaint- 
ed with said pauper, that he has per- 
sonally investigated by enquiring of 
such pauper, unless prevented by phys- 
ical incapacity of the pauper, and 
otherwise as well, and from such in- 
vestigation he believes the facts stat- 
ed in the petition to be true; that he 
believes the applicant has a meritori- 
ous cause of action and has sufflcient 
evidence to make recovery or the ob- 
taining of a decree reasonably cer- 
tain; and that neither the attorney 
nor his firm, if he is a member of one. 
has received any money or other com- 
pensation in connection with the cause 
of action, for the bringing of the suit 
or to prosecute the same. In the event 
the suit is for a minor it shall also 
be stated that there is no one, capable 
of doing so, legally obliged to pay for 
the necessaries of such minor. 

There shall also be added an agree- 
ment by such attorney and his firm, if 
any, that as an officer of the court he 
undertakes to see and agrees that the 
costs of the court shall be paid out of 
the first money recovered through the 
litigation or obtained by any compro- 
mise made, and, if the cause is a di- 
vorce suit, also that he will prosecute 
proceedings for the recovery of the 
costs from the defendant if the defend- 
ant has employment or means of any 
kind wherefrom costs might be recov- 
ered. 

Unless the attorney has known the 
pauper for one year or more, the ap- 
plication shall also be accompanied by 
an affidavit of a reputable citizen of 
some standing (known to and repre- 
sented as such to the court by the at- 
torney) that he has known the pauper 
applicant for one year, and knows from 
personal investigation that the appli- 
cant is a pauper who has no money or 
property of any kind and has no means 
wherewith to pay the costs of suit; 
and also that he believes such person 
to be honest and that the costs will be 
paid out of any money recovered by 
suit or obtained by compromise. 

Every application to sue in forma 
pauperis shall first be presented to the 
chief deputy clerk, or in his absence 
to tlie one acting as such, who shall 
ascertain that this rule Is complied 
with and mark the application "O. K.," 
with liis initials, and thereafter the 
same shall be presented to the motion 
judge, who shall act upon all such ap- 
plications. 

The court regards it as the duty to 
the court of every attorney in anywise 
connected with a pauper suit for either 
side, as an officer of the court to see 
that the court's costs are paid out of 
anv monev obtained thereby. No suit 
wi.il be dismissed or decree entered 
nor other final disposition made of any 
cause where anything has been ob- 



tained by the litigation or by a com- 
promise until the costs of the court are 
paid. 

The clerk shall once a year report to 
the judges the number of pauper suits 
instituted during the preceding three 
years wherein costs remain unpaid, to- 
gether with the names of the attor- 
neys therein. 

This rule shall take the place of 
chancery rule 17 and common law rule 
28 heretofore in force. 

The following amendment to the 
pauper rule was passed April 20, 1911. 

"Any person who is not a resident 
of Cook County may be permitted to 
begin, prosecute or defend a suit in 
law or chancery as a poor person on 
making the affidavit required by the 
statute and rules of court, and it shall 
be unnecessary for such non-resident 
to make application in person for leave 
to commence or defend an action in 
forma pauperis." 

lustructious. 

Rule 29. Each party shall upon the 
conclusion of every case tried by jury, 
and before the beginning of the argu- 
ments, submit to the trial judge the 
instructions which he intends to ask 
the court to give to the jury, and shall 
at the same time deliver a copy there- 
of to counsel for the opposite party. 

Thereupon the judge shall give each 
party an opportunity, out of the pres- 
ence of the jury and before the begin- 
ning of the arguments, to state his 
objections to the instructions requested 
by the other party and to reply to the 
objections of the opposite party to the 
instructions requested by him. 

If tlie judge modifies the instruc- 
tions requested by the parties he shall 
give counsel an opportunity before the 
same are read to the jury to state his 
objection to the instructions as modi- 
fied. 

Counsel will be expected as officers 
of the court, in good faith, to assist 
the judge in settling the instructions 
before tlie beginning of tlie arguments 
to the jury, so that the jury may he 
correctly charged as to the law of 
the case, and inadvertent and preventi- 
ve error may not enter into the record 
to tlie manifest prejudice of the cause 
of justice. 

The trial judge will, as far as prac- 
ticable arrange the order of the in- 
structions which he intends to give, so 
as to present the law of the case to 
the jurv in the form of a connected 
charge. If the judge sliall elect to 
give of his own motion anv additional 
instructions for the purpose of more 
fullv presenting to tlie jury tlie la.w 
of the case as applicable to the issues 
of fact, such additional instructions 
shall also he submitted to counsel as 
above provided, in regard to modifica- 
tions of reriuested instructions. 
Opening; Stnteinent. 

Itule ?.n. Eacli jiarty l)efore any evi- 
dence is heard on either side, shall 
make an opening statement, and un- 
less made at that time the right there- 
to .'<hall be deemed waived, provided, 
however, tliat the trial judge, in liis 
discretion may permit the defendant, 
upon good cause shown, to reserve his 
o])ening statement until after the close 
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Chancery Rules 

OF THE 

SUPERIOR COURT OF COOK COUNTY. 



IN FORCE WIARCH 20, 1892. 



Appearance of Parties. 

1. When any defendant who shall be 
summoned, served with a copy of the bill 
or petition, or notified of the commence- 
ment of the suit, as required by law, 
shall enter and file an appearance in writ- 
ing, before default taken, the party en- 
tering such appearance shall thereby, 
without any order, have twenty days from 
the first day of the appearance term 
within which to except, plead, answer or 
demur. By appearance term is meant the 
term at which the party might be de- 
faulted for failure to appear. 

When any defendant who has not been 
summoned, etc., as required by law, shall 
enter an appearance, he shall give the 
complainant's solicitor immediate notice 
of the fact, and shall except, plead, an- 
swer or demur, within 20 days after en- 
tering such appearance. 

Defaults. 

2. On and after the third day of each 
term defaults may be entered as to such 
defendants as have been served in due 
time and have filed no appearance in 
writing. 

Motions of Course. 

4. Motions of Course will be heard at 
the opening of Court at ten o'clock each 
day (and the time occupied therein shall 
be known as "motion hour"), and notice 
thereof, except in default cases, of at 
least one day shall be given to the so- 
licitor of record of the opposite party, if 
there be such solicitor, and be supported 
by affidavit whenever based on matters of 
fact not appearing of record or by flies in 
the case, but all notices served on Satur- 
day shall be served before 12 o'clock noon 
of that day. 



Wliat May be Considered as Motions 
of Coarse. 

Motions for default; default decrees, for 
appointment of commissioners in parti- 
tion, for confirmation of reports of com- 
missioners and of Masters where no ex- 
ceptions are filed; motions for rules to 
plead, answer or demur concerning 
amendments of pleadings oi for leave to 
file any pleading or paper; to set aside de- 
faults, for new bonds; that sureties jus- 
tify; concerning ne-exeats; for ex parte 
injunction orders; touching the custody 
of children; motions for reference to a 
Master and for contempts of court may, 
among others, be considered motions of 
course. 

HovF Made. 

A note of such motions shall be made 
by the solicitor of the moving party in a 
"motion book" to be provided by the 
Clerk, or by a memorandum thereof de- 
livered to the minute clerk (whose duty 
it shall be to enter the same in the "mo- 
tion book" in the order of the receipt 
thereof) before the opening of Court. The 
note, or memorandum, shall designate the 
term number and title of the cause, with 
a brief statement of the nature of the 
motion, the name of the moving solicitor, 
and, except in default cases or where no 
appearance has been entered, the name of 
the solicitor of the opposite party. 

Such motions will be called in their or- 
der in the "motion book," and solicitors 
will not rise to address the Court upon 
a motion until it has been called. 
Motions. 

If no one appears for or against a mo- 
tion when called it will be stricken from 
the "contested motion calendar" or the 
"motion book" upon which it may bo 
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Motions whether "contested" or "of 
course," if not supported by the moving 
solicitor when called, will be overruled, 
as of course, on the suggestion of oppos- 
ing solicitor who in response to notice 
thereof is in attendance, and no renewal 
thereof will be permitted except for cause 
shown, upon service of notice of motion 
therefor with copy of affidavit, etc., upon 
the opposite solicitor and upon reasonable 
terms in the discretion of the Court, or 
upon consent thereto in writing of the 
opposing solicitor. 

In all cases where a motion is made be- 
fore default day and there is no appear- 
ance of defendant by solicitor, the de- 
fendant shall be personally served with at 
least one day's notice thereof, and with 
copies as hereinlaefore directed, if prac- 
ticable, and not otherwise determined by 
the Court because of the emergency 
thereof. All motions except in default 
cases shall be reduced to writing and filed 
In the cause before action of the Court 
is moved thereon. 

Contested Motions. 

Contested motions shall be deemed to 
include all motions pertaining to the set- 
tling of pleadings, for alimony and so- 
licitors' fees, for injunctions upon notice; 
to dissolve injunctions, for the appoint- 
ment and removal of Receivers, the hear- 
ing of exceptions to Masters' and Receiv- 
ers' reports, and all other opposed mo- 
tions, the hearing of which will operate 
to unduly delay the Court in its other du- 
ties. 

A calendar of such motions will be made 
up on Friday of each week for hearing on 
the following Monday, in the order of fil- 
ing notices thereof, with the minute clerk, 
and will be posted in the court room. 
The Court may in its discretion, continue 
the call of said calendar from day to day, 
or on a particular day to be specified, 
■without notice except as may be an- 
nounced during the call thereof, and may, 
•whenever in its opinion the exigency of 
the case requires it, hear particular mo- 
tions at any time. 

Motions passed under the rule relating 
to the engagement or other disability of 
a solicitor shall be placed at the head of 
the next succeeding calendar in the rela- 
tive order they occupied on the pending 
calendar. 

Motions continued by order or consent, 
will be placed in their relative order at 
the foot of the next calendar unless other- 
wise ordered. 

To entitle a motion to be placed and 
heard on the contested motion calendar, 
notice thereof, together with a copy of all 
affidavits and other pertinent and compe- 
tent papers relied upon and to be read in 
support thereof (except tlio records, files, 
pleadings, depositions, rep'orts of Masters 
and Receivers, and other proceedings in 
the cause, or in other causes), must be 
served on the solicitor of the opposing 
party before four o'clock in the afternoon 
of the preceding Thursday, and a copy 
of all counter-affidavits, etc. (with the 



like exceptions), must be served on the 
solicitor of the moving party before 
twelve o'clock noon of Saturday succeed- 
ing. Said notice, with proof, or accept- 
ance, of service thereof, must be deliv- 
ered to minute clerk before two o'clock 
p. m. of F^riday. 

To entitle records or other proceedings 
in the same cause or in other causes than 
the one in which the motion is made, to 
be read either in support of or in opposi- 
tion to a motion of any kind, brief desig- 
nation thereof shall be made by notice 
to the solicitor of the opposite party with- 
in the times mentioned for the service of 
affidavits. 

Affidavits, and matters of record-, strict* 
ly in rebuttal, may be read without nO' 
tice, or the service of a copy thereof. 

Motions in cases where the emergency 
thereof will not admit of the delay inci- 
dent to the contested motion calendar, 
may be taken up and heard at any time, 
upon such notice as the Court may in its 
discretion direct, or without notice if the 
Court shall so determine. 

Except by permission of the Court, but 
one solicitor on each side shall be heard 
on any motion, demurrer, or any interlo- 
cutory matter. 

Trial Calendar. 

5. When any Chancery cause is at 
Issue, upon notice and motion of either 
party, the cause at any time within ten 
days of the commencement of the term 
for which a trial calendar may be ordered 
made, may be ordered placed on the trial 
calendar, and any cause before issues 
joined may be ordered placed upon the 
trial calendar by consent of the parties, 
or by order of the Court, but issues must 
be joined therein before the cause is 
reached for final hearing. 

The cases on such calendar shall be 
called and tried on Tuesday, Wednesday, 
Thursday and Friday of each week, and 
also on Mondays and Saturdays when so 
directed by the Court. No more than five 
cases shall be fixed for trial upon the 
same day; but if the Court is behind in 
the call of the calendar, not exceeding 
six cases may be called for trial on any 
one day. All cases remaining undisposed 
of upon any calendar, shall, without 
further order, be placed at the head of 
the next (new) calendar. (See rule 7.) 
Sickness, E^tc. of Solicitor. 

6. When the principal solicitor of a 
party is sick, or actually engaged in the 
trial of a cause in some other court of 
record in this county (or in the Supreme 
Court) at the time the cause is called for 
trial, and the adverse party is ready, the 
Court, if satisfied by affidavit or other- 
wise that the party seeking the delay 
would have been ready for trial but for 
the sickness or engagement of his solici- 
tor, may order said cause passed or con- 
tinued upon such terms as the Court may 
direct; provided, however, the Court may 
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Passed Cases. 

7. No case will be passed a second time 
for either of the causes mentioned in the 
preceding rule: any case so passed shall 
be in order to be called up lor trial at any 
time after the cause for which the same 
was passed shall cease, but notice shall 
be given to the opposite party or his so- 
licitor. Which notice shall be at least 
one day's notice, unless the case is to be 
called up for trial upon the same day that 
It was passed. 

If no such notice shall be given during 
the term or terms the trial calendar shall 
be called, the case shall be placed by the 
Clerk, without further order, at the foot 
of the next trial calendar. 



Divorces and Default Cases. 

S. All divorces and other default cases, 
in whicli notice shall be given the Clerk 
to place the same upon the default cal- 
endar, ^111 be heard upon Saturday of 
each week, unless otherwise determined 
by the Judge before whom such cause la 
pending. No references shall be allowed 
in default divorce cases, except as to 
question of alimony and property, and all 
testimony must be taken by deposition or 
in open court. When taken In open court, 
it must be taken in shorthand, written out 
and presented to the Court, and filed be- 
fore a decree will be entered. No decree 
of divorce will be granted upon the un- 
supported testimony of the complainant. 

When an answer is filed the case may 
be placed on the trial calendar upon no- 
tice and motion thereof, and lieard in its 
order. 

Within ten days after the hearing of 
any default or uncontested divorce suit, 
the complainant shall hand to the minute 
Clerk a draft of the decree and certificate 
of evidence; in default whereof, unless 
for good cause shown the time be ex- 
tended, the bill shall be dismissed. 



AVithdra-wal of Solicitors. 

9. No solicitor will be permitted to 
withdraw his appearance for any party, 
unless the Court shall be satisfied, by affi- 
davit or otherwise, that such party has 
had reasonable notice of the solicitor's 
intention to withdraw his appearance in 
the cause. 



Abstract of Pleadinss and Eviilence. 

10. In all cases heard in this Court, ex- 
cept where otherwise determined by the 
Court, the parties shall prepare an ab- 
stract or abridgement of their respective 
pleadings, and of the evidence, when the 
same shall have been taken by deposition 
or before a Master in Chancery, and such 
a' stract of the pleadings and evidence 
1 all be read on the hearing in lieu of the 
iginal pleadings and depositions. 



Decrees, Etc., as to Sale of Real 
Estate. 

10%. All decrees and orders of this 
Court directing the public sale of any 
real estate, or an interest therein, shall 
provide that such sale shall be made 
at the rooms of the Chicago Real Es- 
tate Board or of the Cook Cou.nty Real 
Estate Board in the City of Chicago, 
unless the Court — for cause shown — 
shall otherw^ise order. 

Changing Final Decree as to Ali- 
mony or Custody of Children. 

11. All applications for changing a final 
order or decree concerning alimony or the 
custody of children shall be by petition in 
writing verified by affidavit. Upon the 
filing thereof a rule on the respondent to 
plead, answer or demur in ten days after 
service of the copy thereof on such re- 
spondent, may be obtained. Issues joined 
therein may be heard at such time as the 
Court may order. The Court may, in its 
discretion, upon motion, refer the same to 
the Master, as in other cases. 

Bonds. 

12. Upon the motion of any party in in- 
terest, the bond of any receiver, injunc- 
tion or other bond may be ordered spread 
of record in the cause in which it is filed. 

Complete Record, Etc. 

13. A complete record may be made of 
all pleadings, files, etc., in any cause upon 
the motion of any party in interest, u£on 
such terms as to the costs thereof as the 
Court may order. 

Any pleading or file may be ordered 
spread of record in any cause before final 
decree, upon such terms and in such man- 
ner as the Court may order. 
Receivers. 

14. Notice of the filing of reports by re- 
ceivers, and of all orders asked for by any 
receiver, and of all orders to be made on 
such receiver, shall be given to each and 
all the solicitors, or firm of solicitors of 
record in the cause. 

Pleadings and Copies Thereof. 

15. Upon the filing of every bill or pe- 
tition (or within 2-4 hours thereafter) a 
copy of the same and of all exhibits ac- 
companying the same shall be filed with 
the Clerk of the Court, marked "copy." 
And upon the filing of any other pleading, 
a copy thereof, and of the exhibits ac- 
companying the same shall also be filed 
with the Clerk. 

Any such copy may be taken by the so- 
licitor of any party to the cause upon his 
receipting therefor to the Clerk, as here- 
inafter provided, but in no case shall the 
original of any such bill, petition, plead- 
ing or exhibit or file be taken from the 
custody of the Clerk, except upon special 
order of the Court, entered of record in 
the cause. 

Chancery Register. 

That the Clerk procure and keep a suit- 
able book to be Known as "The Clerk's 
Chancery Register," in which shall ba 
noted: 



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First. The number and title of all 
Chancery causes, petitions, or proceedings 
commenced upon the Chancery side of 
this Court. 

Second. The names of the respective 
solicitors and counsel therein. 

Third. The date of filing the bill, peti- 
tion, demurrer, answer or other pleading 
therein, and of all affidavits, exhibits, or 
other papers therein, describing the same 
as briefly as may be necessary for identi- 
fication. 

Fourth. The date when any such bill, 
petition, demurrer, answer, pleading, etc., 
or filed copy thereof, shall be taken from 
the files, to whom delivered, and when re- 
turned. But no such delivery shall be 
made to any person other than a solicitor 
or counsel in the cause or his or their 
clerk, known to be such, nor shall the en- 
tire files or any injunction, receiver's or 
other bonds, writ or other process be de- 
livered to any other person than a bailiff 
or deputy clerk of this Court. 

It is also ordered, that no such bill, pe- 
tition, demurrer, answer, pleading, etc., 
or filed copy thereof shall be permitted 
to be taken from the files except upon 
leaving with the Clerk a receipt therefor 
upon the receipt book provided for that 
purpose, nor shall the same be retained 
for a longer time than three days (the 
date when taken shall be counted as one 
day), and if the same Is not returned 
within such three days, it shall be the 
duty of the clerk in charge of such Reg- 
ister to forthwith make a report to the 
Court, to the end that a rule may be 
made to return the same to the files in- 
stater. 

For any violation of this rule, or for 
any cause, the Court may direct the 
Clerk to refuse to allow any specified so- 
licitor or counsel to take any pleading, 
etc., or filed copy thereof from any of the 
files of the Court. 

Costs. 
16. When there are several defendants. 
If a single appearance is filed for all, but 
one appearance fee of three dollars ($3.00) 
is required to be paid; but if several ap- 
pearances are filed for different parties, 
either by different solicitors or by the 
same solicitor at different times, an ap- 
pearance fee must be paid for each ap- 
pearance. 

When the appearance fee has been paid 
no costs are required upon filing a cross- 
bill. 

17. In view of the large number of 
applications for leave to sue as a poor 
person, in divorce and other cases, 
and for the protection of the Clerk's 
office against imposition, it is ordered 
that hereafter, all such applications 
madp upon the Chancery side of the 
Court must be accompanied by a de- 
tailed sworn statement by the appli- 



cant, containing occupation, means of 
subsistence, income during the year 
preceding the application and sources 
and amount of expected income, if 
any, of the applicant. 

Affidavits also of two disinterested 
persons must accompany the appli- 
cation, which must show affirmatively 
that the applicant is not able to pay 
the usual Court costs. 

There must also be filed an agree- 
ment on part of the applicant to pay 
the Court costs out of the first pay- 
ments of alimony or other funds if 
any, realized out of the litigation. 

No final decree will be entered, nor 
suit dismissed or otherwise disposed 
of, in cases where the complainant re- 
ceives from the litigation anv funds 
whatever until the Clerk's costs are 
fully paid. 

Rules Governing Masters iu Clian- 
cery. 

1. Whenever a reference shall be made 
to a Master in Chancery of this Court, to 
take testimony and report the same, or to 
take testimony and report the same with 
his conclusions thereon to the Court, the 
Master to whom such reference is made 
shall, as soon as practicable, fix a day to 
proceed with the taking of testimony or 
evidence on such reference, and on the 
day so fixed he shall proceed with the 
taking of such testimony or evidence, and 
may, in his discretion, fix a day within 
which the complainant shall close his 
proofs, which time he may, in his discre- 
tion, for good cause shown, extend for 
such reasonable time as justice may re- 
quire; and, as soon as the complainant 
has closed his proofs, shall fix a time 
within which the defendant shall close his 
proofs, and the complainant his proofs in 
rebuttal; and in his discretion for good 
cause may extend the time for such rea- 
sonable time as justice may require; and 
in case the parties shall not close their 
proofs within the time limited by the 
Master, he shall proceed to make up his 
report upon the testimony and evidence 
that may have been submitted to him 
without waiting for further evidence or 
testimony from the party so failing to 
close his proofs within the time limited. 

2. Whenever such reference Is made to 
a Master in Chancery of this Court, to 
take testimony and report the same, or to 
take testimony and report the same with 
his conclusion thereon to the Court, the 
Master shall have full power and discre- 
tion to pass upon all questions of compe- 
tency of witnesses, and the propriety and 
relevancy of all questions or interrogator- 
iea put by counsel, and the Master shall 
note his ruling upon each objection in the 
minutes of the proceedings before him, 
and when the Master has ruled that a 
party or witness shall answer a given in- 
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witness or party to answer in the same 
manner as if such witness or party had 
been so directed by the Court; and in case 
the Master shall hold that any question 
is irrelevant or incompetent, the same 
shall not be answeied. If either party 
shall except to the ruling of the Master 
upon the admissibility of testimony or 
evidence, they shall, after the testimony 
and evidence before the Master is closed, 
and before he makes his report thereon, 
bring such objections and exceptions to 
the Master's ruling upon the testimony 
before the Court, and if the Court shall 
sustain the ruling of the Master, he shall 
immediately proceed to make his report 
upon the testimony and evidence submit- 
ted to him, and if such objections and ex- 
ceptions to the rulings of the Master shall 
be sustained, the Master shall proceed to 
take such further testimony as the Court 
may direct, and shall disregard, in mak- 
ing up his report, such testimony as the 
Court may rule to be incompetent or ir- 
relevant. 

3. All parties accounting before a Mas- 
ter shall bring in their respective ac- 
counts in the form of debtor and creditor, 
and any of the other parties who ahall 
not be satisfied with the accounts so 
brought in, shall be at liberty to examine 
the accounting party viva voce or upon 
oral or written interrogatories, in the 
Master's ofRce, as the Master may direct. 

4. The Master shall be at liberty to ex- 
amine any creditor or other person com- 
ing in to make a claim before him, either 
upon written interrogatories or viva voce, 
or in both modes, as the nature of the 
case may appear to him to require. The 
evidence upon such examination shall be 
taken down by the Master, or by some 
other person by his order and in his pres- 
ence, if either party requires it, in order 
that the same may be used by the Court, 
if necessary. 

5. All affidavits, depositions, and docu- 
ments which have been previously made, 
read, or used in the Court upon any pro- 
ceeding in any cause or matter, may be 
used before the Master. 



fa. Every bill or petition upon which an 
ex parte preliminary injunction— order for 
the appointment of a receiver— or for a 
writ of ne exeat republica is desired, shall 
be filed with the Clerk of the Court be- 
fore the same is presented to a Judge for 
an order, or to a Master for a recommen- 
dation as to such injunction, receiver or 
writ of ne exeat. For such purpose the 
Clerk may deliver such bill or petition to 
the solicitor 'or person filing such bill, 
upon his receipting therefor to such 
Clerk, but the same must be returned to 
the custody of such Clerk immediately 
after such Judge or Master shall have 
passed upon such application. 

No Master shall examine any such bill 
or petition presented to him until the 
same shall have been filed as aforesaid, 
and the Master's fee paid to such Master. 

The Judge or Master shall indorse upon 
or at the foot of every such bill or peti- 
tion so presented and examined by him, 
his conclusion, or recommendation as to 
whether the prayer of such bill or petition 
as to such injunction, receiver, or ne 
exeat, should be granted. 

No Master shall examine or make any 
recommendation upon any such bill or pe- 
tition which shall contain the Indorse- 
ment of any Judge or Master as afore- 
said, except upon a special order of the 
Court to that effect. 

7. The attendance of solicitors (Supe- 
rior Court) shall not be compulsory be- 
fore Masters in Chancery in any matter 
on Saturday after 1 o'clock p. m. 

7. That attendance before the Masters 
in Chancery during the vacation of the 
Courts shall not be compulsory, except 
upon special order made in the particu- 
lar case, nor shall attendance upon any 
Saturday be compulsory except upon like 
special order. (Circuit Court.) 

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IN GENERAL. 

Nuniberiuf? Cases. 

Rule 1. Suits brought in this Court are 
at once given a general number, which is 
never changed; and in the numbering of 
cases no distinction is made between suits 
at law, insolvent debtor's, actions for sup- 
port, voluntary assignments, exceptions 
to claims and condemnation cases. 

Special assessment cases are numbered 
separately in the name of .the city, town 
or village filing the petition. Objections 
to application for judgment on delinquent 
general taxes and special assessments are 
numbered "general" or "special," as the 
case may be, in the order filed. Insane 
cases are numbered separately and in the 
order filed. 

Motions. 

Rule 2. Motions of course in all pro- 
ceedings in the County Court will be 
heard every day Court is in session at 
9:30 o'clock in the morning, in room 
County Building, provided notice of said 
motion has been given the opposite party 
before 4:00 p. m. of the preceding court 
day; provided, further, that when calen- 
dars in common law, special assessment 
or other County Court matters are being 
heard, all motions referring to cases on 
such calendars must be noticed for and 
will be heard by the Judge who is trying 
any such calendar. Motions of course 
must be placed on the motion of course 
calendar found on the clerk's desk, and 
will be called in their order, and the par- 
ties interested in such motion will not 
arise or address the Court until such mo- 
tion is called. 

All contested motions or matters per- 
taining to cases not on the regular calen- 
dars can be called up on the motions of 
course calendar for the purpose of set- 
ting the matter down tor hearing at some 
day fixed by the Court. 

Contintiance of Motions. 

Rule 3. Motions entered of record and 
not disposed of during the term when 
made will stand continued without for- 
mal motion until final disposition. 
<■ Appeal. 

Rule 4. In case of appeal from a decis- 



ion or judgment of this Court, no appeal 
bond will be approved without notice of 
the application for such approval being 
given to the appellee or his attorney, as 
provided by Rule 2. 

VOLUNTARY ASSIGNMENTS. 
Reports. 

Rule 1. Within ten days after filing the 
deed of assignment, unless further time 
Is granted by the Court, the assignee 
shall file with the Clerk of this Court a 
true and full inventory and valuation of 
the insolvent estate, and every three 
months thereafter a true and full report 
of the condition of the estate; provided, 
that where the assignee, by permission 
of the Court, continues and directs the 
business of said estate in the usual course 
of business, he shall file every thirty days 
a true and full report of his acts an(^ Jo- 
ings, showing a true condition of said es- 
tate. 

Continuing Business. 

Rule 2. The assignee must not carry 
on the business of the insolvent, unless 
permitted to do so by an order of Court, 
and then only for such time and expense 
as may be fixed by said order. 
Selling Assets. 

Rule 3. The assignee of the insolvent 
estate must not sell any of the assets of 
said estate without an order of Court first 
had and obtained. 

Fnnds. 

Rule 4. It shall be the duty of the as- 
signee, who may have funds in his hands, 
to deposit immediately the same, in his 
name as assigriee, in some bank of good 
standing, and in no case shall said funds 
be loaned, pledged, invested or used by 
said assignee, except on the order of the 
Court. 

Fees. 

Rule 5. No assignee shall be permitted 
to employ an attorney or counsel, nor to 
use any of the funds of the said estate 
to pay said attorneys or counsel, or use 
or apply any of the funds of the said 
estate in payment for his commis.«ion. ex- 
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lUch fees or commissions allowed to the 
attorney or assignee before final settle- 
ment will be credited on account and a 
full hearing as to amount of such fees or 
commission will not be had until final set- 
tlement of the estate, provided if at any 
time a party ceases to act as assignee or 
attorney for an estate, his fees or com- 
mission may then be fixed. 
Examination of Books, Papers, Etc. 

Rule 6. Immediately upon the assignee 
of an insolvent estate qualifying, it shall 
be the duty of the insolvent to deliver and 
turn over -to him all the books, papers, 
records of every kind, which in any way 
appertain to the subject matter of the 
assignment and the assigned property. 
Thereupon such books, papers and rec- 
ords shall be, at all reasonable times, 
subject to inspection and examination by 
any creditor or interested party, or their 
respective attorneys or representatives, 
at the office of the assignee. The Court 
may direct a special examination of any 
of the books, papers, or documents, at 
any special place or time, when proper 
cause therefor is made to appear. 
Notice. 

Rule 7. The assignee, or his attorney, 
must be served with a copy of all peti- 
tions filed in the assignment matters, on 
or before 4:00 o'clock of the Court day 
next preceding the day upon which leave 
is to be asked of the County Court to file 
such petition, except in emergency mat- 
ters, and then only in case where the pe- 
tition discloses such a state of facts as 
warrants the Court in believing that se- 
rious loss or damage might result, if such 
notice was required to be given. Upon 
application of a creditor the assignee may 
be ruled to give five or ten of the princi- 
pal creditors notice of all proceedings, but 
he will not be required to give such notice 
to any one creditor. 

Appearance. 

Rule 8. Any creditor of the estate, who 
has not filed his claim with the assignee, 
as provided by law, must file his appear- 
ance in writing before he can be heard 
In Court or in an examination on citation 
with reference to matters pertaining to 
the estate. 

A petition, pleading, or written motion 
filed in said estate, will be considered a 
general appearance, unless in such peti- 
tion, pleading, or motion the appearance 
is limited for a specific purpose. 
Citation. 

Rule 9. When a citation in an insolven- 
cy proceeding has been issued by the 
County Court, and placed in the hands of 
the Sheriff for service, the Court will not 
issue another citation directed against 
the same person until said person has 
been examined on the first citation; pro- 
vided that said sheriff must serve said 
citation first issued as soon as it is placed 
in his hands and make a return of said 
Service a.t once, and shall not follow tha 



direction of the petitioner in said citation, 
as to the time he shall serve and return 
said citation, and the examination on said 
citation shall not be continued by agree- 
ment of the petitioner and the person 
cited, unless by consent of the assignee 
and all creditors of said estate, who may 
have made known to the Court a desire 
to examine said person on said citation; 
provided further, that all creditors and 
the assignee may have the right to ex- 
amine under said citation, and the man- 
ner and place of conducting said examin- 
ation to be under the direction of the 
County Court. 

Expense of Citation. 

Rule 10. Any expense incurred in con- 
ducting an examination under a citation 
in an estate will not be allowed against, 
or paid by the assignee of said estate 
without a specific order of the County 
Court to that effect. 

Debtor's Exemptions. 

Rule 11. An insolvent, in order to ob- 
tain any exemptions allowed to him by 
law, should file his petition immediately 
after the assignment, and before the as- 
sets are transferred, sold or disposed of 
by the assignee, asking in said petition 
that the Court appoint three disinterested 
persons to appraise said property fairly 
and impartially. If the Court decides on 
said petition that said insolvent is enti- 
tled to exemptions, he shall appoint said 
appraisers, who shall forthwith fairly 
and impartially appraise said estate, and 
report in writing, under oath, said ap- 
praisement to said Court, and thereupon 
said insolvent shall select such articlf.3 
belonging to said estate at the value 
placed thereon by said appraisers, as 
said insolvent may desire to retain, pro- 
vided that the aggregate value of all said 
articles shall not exceed the amount the 
Court may decide said Insolvent is enti- 
tled to, provided the court may, if 
deemed advisable, allow said exemptions 
In money. 

Exceptions to Claims. 

Rule 12. A printed calendar of all undis- 
posed of exceptions to claims will be 
made and set for hearing from time to 
time as occasion may require. When any 
such calendar is not on hearing any ex- 
ception to claim in any estate may be 
called up as a motion of course and set 
for hearing at some convenient day. 
Contested Matters. 

Rule 13. When any matter, whether it 
be exception to claim or otherwise, in any 
estate, is called up as a motion of course 
to be set for hearing, the assignee should 
have all contested matters at issue in 
said estate called up and set for hearing 
on the same day. 

Dividends. 

Rule 14. Four months after the date of 
the assignment, or as soon thereafter as 
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shall under the direction of the Court de- 
clare and pay a dividend to the creditors 
of said estate, and further dividends from 
time to time as the condition of the es- 
tate warrants. 

Discontinuance. 

Rule 15. Proceedings under the Volun- 
tary Assignment Act will not be discon- 
tinued as provided for in said Act unless 
on a verified petition, and any additional 
proof the Court may desire showing that 
the majority of creditors in number and 
amount have assented thereto in writ- 
ing, and that all other provisions required 
by law have been complied with, and 
written notice of all applications of this 
character shall be given to all parties 
who have filed claims with the assignee, 
and have not joined in said application, 
by mailing to said parties, at least three 
days before the application is made, a no- 
tice stating the time and place at which 
said application will be made, and also 
giving the number and amount represent- 
ed by such petition. 

Files. 

Rule 16. No paper or instrument filed 
with the Clerk of the Court shall be taken 
from his office without an order of Court 
permitting such paper or instrument 
to be taken, and any paper or instrument 
taken by order of the Court shall be re- 
turned to the clerk within three days 
thereafter. 

SPECIAL ASSESSMENT 
CASES. 

Default. 

Rule 1. Orders of default and confirma- 
tion will not be entered against any prop- 
erty or person in any special assessment 
proceeding until the third day after the 
time fixed in the notice for filing objec- 
tions. 

Calendars— "City." 

Rule 2. Printed calendars of objections 
in special assessment proceedings in 
which the City of Chicago is a petitioner 
will be made from time to time and the 
calendars will be called upon reasonable 
notice being given to the objectors, as 
fixed by the Court. 

Calendars— "County." 

T ^.e 3. All other special assessment 
cases in the County Court, including spe- 
cial assessment proceedings for th^^ vari- 
ous villages, towns and Park Boards in 
Cook County in which objections have 
been filed, shall be grouped together and 
called on reasonable notice being given 
to said objectors, as fixed by the Court. 



Objections— Bona Fide. 

Rule 4. All oEjections filed shall be 
bona fide, and shall relate to the legality 
of the proceedings, or merits of the case. 



Altering Objections. 

Rule 5. Where objections are filed they 
shall not be altered or changed In any 
manner without an order of the Court. 
Vacating Default and Confirmation. 

Rule 6. Default and confirmation orders 
shall not be set asid'e in any case except 
for good cause shown upon oath or aflS- 
davit. Default or confirmation orders 
shall not be set aside for any cause after 
a jury has been called and voir dire ex- 
amination begun, without consent of the 
petitioner. 

Files. 

Rule 7. The assessment roll shall not 
be taken from the Clerk's office except 
during the trial of the case, and then only 
by order of the Court. The petition and 
other files may be taken from the •Clerk's 
office by parties to the proceedings not to 
exceed one day. 

APPLICATION FOR JUDG- 
MENT IN TAX MATTERS. 

Appearance Fee— "General." 

Rule 1. A separate appearance fee shall 
be paid by every property owner object- 
ing to the sale of his property on appli- 
cation for judgment by the County Col- 
lector for delinquent general taxes. 
Appearance Fee— "Special." 

Rule 2. In applications for judgment In 
special assessment proceedings a separate 
appearance fee shall be paid in each war- 
rant issued in a special assessment pro- 
ceeding, provided that the same attorney 
representing more than one property 
owner in a given warrant in a special as- 
sessment proceeding shall not be required 
to pay more than one appearance fee. 
Calendar. 

Rule 3. When application is made In 
the County Court by the County Collec- 
tor for the sale of property for failure to 
pay taxes, a calendar shall be made up by 
the Clerk of the County Court of all ob- 
jections in general taxes and a separate 
calendar for all objections in special as- 
sessment proceedings. 

COMMON LAW RULES. 

Files— Removal of Papers. 

Rule 1. The files in pending causes shall 
be kept in the clerk's office, and attorneys 
may take papers from the files to be re- 
turned within three days, upon leavmg a 
receipt for the same. 

No such paper shall be delivered to any 
person other than attorney or counsel in 
the cause, or his or their clerk, known to 
be such, nor shall the entire files or any 
bond writ or other process be delivered 
to any other person thart a Bailiff or 
Clerk of this Court. 

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any term of the Court where process has 
been duly served and declaration filed ten 
days before the first day of the term, the 
defendant shall plead by the morning of 
the third day, by the opening of the 
Court, and the plaintiff shall be entitled 
to judgment by default in all cases where 
the plea is not so filed, unless the party 
has obtained an extension of the rule to 
plead. 

Setting Aside Default. 

Rule 2. When either party neglects to 
file the proper pleading within the time 
fixed by law or the rule of the Court, 
such party shall be considered in default 
and may be proceeded against according- 
ly. Defaults will not be set aside except 
upon affidavit of the party, agent or at- 
torney of record, setting forth that there 
is a meritorious cause of action or de- 
fense, and the nature of it, in which case 
the default may be set aside on such 
terms as the Court may deem just, and 
the pleading, for want of which such de- 
fault existed, shall be filed forthwith, un- 
less the Court shall otherwise direct. 

Depositions. 

Rule 4. On the first day of each term, 
an order will be entered directing the clerk 
to open all depositions when filed. 

Appeal Suits. 

Rule 5. No orders will be entered in an 
appeal suit from a Justice of the Peace 
if a transcript has not been filed ten days 
before the term at which the application 
is made. 

Rule 6. The appellee in any appeal suit 
from a Justice of the Peace, which has 
been perfected ten days before the com- 
mencement of any trial term, may enter 
his appearance In writing and have the 
same filed among the papers in the case ; 
and if such appearance is so entered ten 
days before the commencement of the 
term, and the cause is placed on the cal- 
endar, it shall stand for trial in its order. 

Rule 7. Appeal cases, when reached on 
calendar, will be disposed of either by 
trial, continuance, dismissal of suit or 
appeal, or by striking the same from the 
Docket, and in case the same are stricken 
from the Docket, then they will not be 
again placed on any Trial Calendar unless 
all parties are in Court, transcripts and 
papers filed, and the cases ready in every 
respect for trial. 

Notice— When Reanli^ed. 

Rule 8. Parties shall take notice of all 
calls of the calendar. 

No motion will be heard or order made 
In any cause without notice to the op- 
posite party when an appearance of such 
party has been entered, except where a 
party is in default or when a case is 
reached on the call of the calendar. 

Notice— HoTT Given. 

Rule 9. Notice to the opposite party 
must be In writing, state the motion, 
designate the time and place of hearing, 
and be served by delivering a copy to 
such party or his attorney of record be- 
fore 4 o'clock p. m. of the day preceding 
the day mentioned In the notice for call- 
ing up such motion. 

The service of a motion upon an attor- 
ney by leaving a copy thereof at his of- 
fice. In his absence, with a clerk or other 



person In charge of such office, shall be % 
regarded as a service upon such attorney. 

Service of Rule. 

Rule 10. The service of rules or orders 
made by the court, or by the judge dur- 
ing summer recess, shall be by delivering 
a certified copy. When neither the party 
nor his attorney reside In or has an office 
in the city of Chicago, all notices may be 
served by mail, and when either party 
has appeared by attorney, service of any 
rule, order or notice made on such at- 
torney shall be deemed sufficient, unless 
where the object is to bring a party Into 
contempt for disobeyinig any rule or or- 
der, in which case the service shall be 
upon the party personally. 

Motions and Demurrers. 

Rule 11. Motions of course are heard 
on the opening of court and before the 
call of the docket by the judge. All such 
motions shall be placed upon a motion 
calendar and will be called and disposed 
of in their order upon such calendar. All 
motions not of course shall be made in 
writing, and when founded upon matters 
of fact not otherwise appearing by the 
pleadings, or other proceedings in the 
cause, such facts must be presented by 
affidavit, which shall be filed with the 
motion, and a copy thereof served with 
the notice of the motion. 

Counter affidavits may ordinarily be 
filed in opposition to such motion ; but 
counter or supplementary affidavits will 
not be allowed on applications for con- 
tinuances, or in applications for security 
for costs, or for sureties on appeal bonds 
to justify or set aside defaults. 

Rule 12. Motions not of course or con- 
tested motions will be heard on each Sat- 
urday of the term, after disposition of 
motions for new trial on that day, one 
day's notice in writing having been 
previously given. The clerk will from 
time to time prepare a calendar of con- 
tested motions upon which such motions 
will be placed In the order in which no- 
tice thereof is given to him. A peremp- 
tory call of such motions will be made 
when ordered by the court, of which 
three days' notice will be given in the 
Law Bulletin. 

Alotion.o for Rules on Sureties In 
Appeal Bonds to Justify. 

Rule 13. Motions may be made to re- 
quire a surety on an appeal bond to jus- 
tify, after the bond has been approved 
and the appeal perfected. They must be 
supported by affidavit showing that affi- 
ant has made inquiry as to the responsi- 
bility of such surety and the nature of 
such inquiry, and, if the surety has 
scheduled any real estate, as to the title 
and value of such real estate, and that 
from such Inquiry affiant believes that 
such surety is irresponsible, and stating 
the facts tending to show that such be- 
lief is well founded. If such affidavit Is 
deemed sufficient, a rule will be entered 
requiring the surety to justify or the 
appellant to give a new bond by a certain 
day, and in default, that the appeal be 
dismissed. (Vide Rule 6.) 

Trial Calendars. 

Rule 14. Printed trial calendars will be 

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Bulletin ten days or more before the first 
'ay of the term for which such calendars 
are prepared. 

Short Cause Calendar. 

Rule 15. Monday of each week is set 
apart and assigned as the day for the 
trial of suits upon the Short Cause Cal- 
endar, but the county judge may post- 
pone the call of the Short Cause Calen- 
dar. No cause shall be noticed for trial 
on such calendar until the same is at 
issue. All notices to place a cause on 
such calendar must be filed with the clerk 
within two days after service of the 
same, and not later than on Thursday, 
eleven days before the Monday on which 
the cause is set for trial. 

Setting Cause for Trial. 

Rule 16. No cause will be allowed to 
be set down for trial by the parties upon 
any day of the term out of its regular 
order, unless where there are a number 
of witnesses from other counties whose 
attendance will be required, except as 
provided for in Rule 19. 

First Call. 

Rule 17. On the call of the trial cal- 
endar of common law causes there will 
from time to time be a first call of not 
exceeding one hundred causes, at 9:30 
o'clock a. m., for the purpose of ascer- 
taining what causes are ready for trial 
on which call causes will be marked for 
trial, dismissed or continued, as suggested 
by counsel or for cause shown; and when 
neither party to the suit answers, origi- 
nal suits may be dismissed for want of 
prosecution, and appeals will be dismissed 
with procedendo. 

Call of Calendars. 

Rule 18. Causes are called for trial in 
their order upon the calendars. The call 
for each day is announced before the ad- 
journment on the preceding day. 

There will be no call of the jury trial 
calendar on Saturday. 

Passing Causes. 

Rule 19. When the principal attorney 
of record, or the attorney specially looked 
to to try the case of a party, is sick or 
actually engaged in the trial of a cause 
in some other court of record at the time 
the cause is called for trial, and the other 
party is ready, the court will pass the 
cause for the time without prejudice, 
where it appears by affidavit or other- 
wise that the party seeking the delay 
has used due diligence to be ready for 
trial and would have been ready but for 
the sickness or engagement of his attorney. 
But where the delay is at the instance of 
the defendant, it shall also appear by af- 
fidavit that there is a meritorious de- 
fense to the suit, and setting forth in what 
it consists. Provided, that a sound dis- 
cretion will be exercised by the court in 
the enforcement of this rule in extreme 



cases in favor of plaintiffs in attachments 
and suits on demands which would be 
barred by the statutes of limitations If 
dismissed ; and also in all cases where 
any substantial injury might result. 

No cause will be passed a second time 
for either of the causes above mentioned, 
and any cause so passed shall be in or- 
der to be called for trial at any time 
after the cause for which the same was 
passed shall cease, on notice to the op- 
posite party or his attorney, and the 
court shall fix the day of trial, or re- 
place it on the calendar, so as to be 
reached in a short time. 

No judgment will be set aside or appeal 
or suit reinstated in cases where the en- 
gagement of counsel in a cause in anoth- 
er court, at the time of the entering of 
the order, is for the first time disclosed 
to the court on the hearing of a motion 
to set aside or reinstate. 

Continuance. 

Rule 20. A cause placed upon a cal- 
endar shall stand for trial in its order 
upon said calendar, and no cause shall 
be continued except upon affidavit, unless 
by consent of both parties, or as pro- 
vided in Rule 19. 

Instructions. 

Rule 21. All instructions must be pre- 
sented to the court at the conclusion of 
the taking of evidence. 

Motions for New Trial. 

Rule 22. Motions for new trial must be 
filed in writing and such motions will be 
heard on the Saturday of the week in 
which the verdict is rendered, unless the 
judge shall otherwise direct, and it shall 
be the duty of the clerk to make up for 
each Saturday a calendar of such mo- 
tions for new trial, placing thereon with- 
out notice and according to their num- 
bers, all pending motions. This calendar 
will be called and motions disposed of 
without notice, and in case the hearing 
of any motion is continued it will be 
placed at the foot of the next new trial 
calendar, unless the court shall other- 
wise order. 

Costs. 

Rule 23. Where there are several de- 
fendants, if a single appearance is filed 
for all, but one appearance fee of three 
dollars (?3.00) is required to be paid, but 
if several appearances are filed for dif- 
ferent parties, either by different attor- 
neys or by the same attorney at different 
times, an appearance fee must be paid 
for each appearance. 

Forcible Detainer. 

Rule 24. In ca.'^e when a defendant in 
an action of forcible detainer desires to 
appeal to this court no appeal bond shall 
be approved or filed unless it shall ap- 
pear from the transcript that before the 
justice the defendant prayed an appeal 
and the justice fixed the amount of the 
appeal bond. 



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Rules of Practice 

OP THE 

PROBATE COURT of COOK COUNTY 



Adopted February 1, 1911. 



Ordered: That all rules of practice 
heretofore adopted in this court be and 
the same are hereby rescinded, and the 
following rules of practice be and they 
are hereby adopted; and it is further 
ordered that said rules be entered at 
large in the general records of this court. 

Motions. 

Rule 1. Motions and uncontested 
matters will be heard upon the coming 
in of court in the forenoon until 10:30 
o'clock, and in the afternoon until a 
quarter after two o'clock of each day 
(except Saturday and except on the fore- 
noon of the days of the call of the claim 
docket and in the forenoon of the first 
"Wednesday of each term, which is re- 
served for jury trials in insanity mat- 
ters). 

The docket shall be prepared daily by 
the clerk at the rear of the court room 
and called by the sheriff in the order in 
which the motions are docketed. "When- 
ever a motion has been called and not 
responded to, it shall not be called again 
until it has been redocketed by the clerk. 

Contested matters shall be docketed by 
the sheriff and heard at 10:30 o'clock in 
the forenoon and fifteen minutes after two 
o'clock in the afternoon of each day, ex- 
cept as aforesaid, and shall be called 
promptly at the hour fixed, and in the 
order in which the same are docketed. 

Petitions for Letters. 

Rule 2. All petitions for letters tes- 
tamentary of administration, or guard- 
ianship, or of conservatorship, shall state 
briefly the nature of the personal estate, 
and shall also state whether the real es- 
tate, or any part thereof. Is registered 
under "The Torrens Act," and if so shall 
state the value of same. 

Proof of Will. 

Rule 3. The testimony taken in the 
matter of the proof of any last will and 
testament, or the contest thereof, shall 
be reduced to writing and filed with the 
clerk of the court. 

Order of Inventory— Wldo'fr's Selec- 
tion and Sales Bill. 

Rule 4. The Inventory, widow's selec- 
tion and sales bill shall follow the order 
In which the articles are set down in the 
bill of appraisement, if the goods and 
chattels are inventoried by items ; but the 
goods and chattels may be inventoried 
briefly as follows : "Goods and chattels 
as per appraisement bill herewith pre- 
sented, appraised at ," giving 

amount of appraisement bill. The in- 
ventory shall set out the condition of the 



real estate and the source of decedent's 
title. The inventory, appraisement and 
award shall be presented together and 
not separately for approval. 

Adjustment of Claims. 

Rule 5. The proof of posting and pub- 
lishing notices for the adjustment of 
claims shall be attached one to the other 
and filed with the clerk, on or before the 
first day of the term to which claimants 
are notified and requested to appear. The 
clerk shall lieep a docket of all such 
proofs of posting and publishing adjust- 
ment notices each term, in the order 
filed, and the court will take up and dis- 
pose of the same in the order of such 
docket on the first day of the term fixed 
for adjustment. No order for adjust- 
ment of claims will be entered on any 
notice the proof of which is filed after 
the term for which notice was given has 



Manner of Presenting ClalaiB. 

Rule 6. Claims against es ates shall 
be presented as follows : If at or before 
the regular adjustment term, by filing a 
bill of items of the claim with the clerk. 
If after the adjournment term, by filing a 
copy of the claim, together with a prae- 
cipe for a summons, to the executor or 
administrator, or by filing with such 
claim the appearance, in writing, of the 
executor or administrator. 

The heir, or any othor person Inter- 
ested in the estate, wishing to contest 
any claim filed, must enter an appear- 
ance, in writing, in the matter of such 
claim, briefiy stating his interest in the 
claim or estate in which it is filed. 

Claim Docket and Trial of Claims. 

Rule 7. The clerk shall prepare a 
claim docket each term, and the court 
will commence the call of such docket 
for the trial of claims on the fourth Mon- 
day of each term, and continue such call 
from dav to day until concluded. But 
no claim docket will be made or called 
for the July or August term. Litigated 
matters will not be heard on the call, but 
will be set down for bearing. 

On the call of the claim calendar 
claims appearing thereon for the first 
time will not be heard nor set for trial 
when objection is made by either party; 
but if there be no objection, such claim 
will be set for trial on motion. If neither 
party appear, such claims will be con- 
tinued. Claims appearing for the second 
time on the calendar will be set for trial 
on motion of either party, or be continued 
where no oblection Is made. Claims ap- 
pearing for the third time on the calen- 
dar will be set for trial, continued by 
agreement, or dismissed. 



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Rnles of Probate Court. 



Default or Kewlect of Executor or 
Administrator. 

Rule 8. Upon the failure of any ex- 
ecutor or administrator to present his in- 
ventory and appraisement to the court 
within three months, or cause an order 
of adjustment of claims to be entered 
within six months, or to present his ac- 
count within thirteen months from the 
date of his letters, and every year there- 
after, until the estate of his decedent is 
fully administered and settled, the court 
will order a citation to issue, and if the 
executor or administrator fail to appear 
as required by the citation, the court will 
order an attachment against the executor 
or administrator and enforce the pre- 
formance of such neglected duty. 
Executor's and Administrator's 
Report. 

Rule 9. Every executor's and admin- 
istrator's account shall be accompanied 
by a written report, signed by the exec- 
utor or administrator, and verified by his 
affidavit, briefly stating the condition of 
the estate, the amount of receipts and 
expenditures, and the balance, if any; 
and such report (except in case of final 
account where the estate is fully admin- 
istered) shall state whether the sureties 
on the bond of such executor or adminis- 
trator are all living and residents of the 
State of Illinois; that such executor or 
administrator knows the financial condi- 
tion of all such sureties, and whether they 
are ample security for the penalty of 
such bond; and if in any case any such 
executor or administrator, from want of 
knowledge concerning his sureties, or 
from any other cause, is unable to make 
a full report concerning his sureties, he 
shall produce them in open court at the 
time of rendering any such account, when 
they will be examined upon oath by the 
court. 

Proof of Heirship. 

Rule 10. In estates where letters 
have been granted, proof of heirship 
shall be made by the testimony of wit- 
nesses examined in open court, reduced 
to writing and filed with the Clerk of 
the Court, or by testimony taken in 
pursuance of a dedimus potestatem is- 
sued for that purpose, or by a duly 
authenticated copy of a decree of a 
court of record, finding the heirs at law 
of the decedent. 

Whenever, in accordance with an Act 
entitled "An Act to render valid the 
ascertainment heretofore made by any 
of the Probate Courts of this state and 
declaring the heirsliip of deceased per- 
sons, and authorizing such courts here- 
after to ascertain and declare such 
heirship and for other purposes relat- 
ing thereto, approved .Tune 10, 1909," it 
Is desired to make proof of heirship In 
the matter of a deceased person whose 
estate has not been probated in this 
state, the procedure shall be as follows, 
to-wit: 

First. The person desiring to prove 
such heirship shall file a petition In 
this court setting up the name, age, 
and last residence of the deceased; date 
of his death and the name and ad- 
dresses so far as known to the peti- 
tioner, of his heirs at law. 

Second. After filing such petition 
the petitioner shall publlsli a notice 



at least once in some newspaper of 
general circulation in Cook County. 
Illinois, which notice shall be addressed 
to "all whom it may concern" and shall 
state briefly the object of the petition, 
the name of the deceased, the names 
of his heirs as shown by the petition, 
the date of his death, and his last 
place of residence, and shall name a 
date not less than thirty days after the 
date of the publication when proof will 
be offered. There shall be mailed by 
the Clerk of this Court to each per- 
son named a copy of such printed no- 
tice at least twenty days before the 
day set in said notice for tlie hearing 
on such question of heirship and cer- 
tificate of such mailing shall be filed. 
Third. The hearing may, for good 
cause shown, be continued from time 
to time, and when complete a decree 
sliall be entered finding wlio are heirs 
at law and next of kin of such de- 
ceased, as shown by the evidence. 

Notice of Resignation of Executor 
or Administrator. 

Rule H. Upon the petition of any ex- 
ecutor or administrator" to resign his trust 
such notice thereof, and of the time of 
hearing, shall be given to the legatees, 
devisees, or distributees, and to his co- 
executor or co-administrator, and the 
sureties on his bond, if any, as the court 
shall approve or direct, in the same man- 
ner as notice is required to be given to 
the heirs at law, residuary and unpaid 
legatees, in case of final account as pro- 
vided by Rule 1.5, unless such legatees, 
devisees or distributees, and co-executor 
or co-administrator, and the sureties on 
his bond enter their appearance In writing 
in such matter. 

Acconntinir of Executor or Adminis- 
trator Who Has Resigned or 
Whose Letters Have Been 
Revoked. 

Rule 12. The final account of any ex- 
ecutor or administrator who has resigned 
his office, or whose letters have been re- 
voked, will not be heard and passed upon 
by the court until such account has been 
submitted to and carefully examined by 
his successor, and the result of such ex- 
amination, with the recommendation of 
such successor, Indorsed in writing upon 
such account and signed by such suc- 
cessor, unless for good cause shown the 
court shall otherwise order. 

Sale of Real Estate to Pay Debts by 
Foreign Execntors and Admin- 
istrators. 

Rule 13. No petition for the sale of 
real estate to pay debts, by any foreign 
executor or administrator, will be heard 
unless the same be accompanied by a 
duly certified and properly authenticated 
copy of a just and true account of the 
personal estate and debts of the decedent, 
made to and approved by the court grant- 
ing the letters testamentary or of admin- 
istration, showing explicitly the amount of 
the personal estate, the amount of the 
debts allowed by such court, and the 
amount of the deficiency of personal es- 
tate, and also a duly certified and prop- 
erly authenticated copy of an order of 
the court granting such letters, authoriz- 
ing or directing such executor or admin- 



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istrator to apply to this court to obtain 
an order for such sale. 
Report of Sale of Real Elstate by 
Kxecntors and AdminlBtratora. 

Rule 14. Every report of sale of real 
estate made by an executor or adminis- 
trator shall be accompanied with and 
have securely attached to It the publish- 
er's certificate of publication of notice, 
and the affidavit of the person posting the 
notices, showing when and where posted, 
and that the places where the notices 
were posted are four of the most public 
places in the county where such real es- 
tate was sold. 

Every such report shall also contain 
a statement by the executor or the ad- 
ministrator that the real estate was sold 
for a fair cash value, or shall state the 
fair cash value, and a recommendation 
that such report be approved and the sale 
confirmed, or that the sale be disap- 
proved; and if the executor or adminis- 
trator recommends that the sale be dis- 
approved, he shall state briefly his rea- 
sons therefor, and such report shall be 
signed by the executor or adm.inistrator 
and verified by aflidavit. 

All such reports will be taken up by 
the court at any motion hour on or after 
the second day of the term of court suc- 
ceeding the sale, and not sooner, unless 
on the written application of all parties 
nterested, including the purchaser at 
laid sale. 

Notice to Heirs of Final Account. 
Rule 15. No executor or administrator 
shall be discharged from the duties and 
responsibilities of his appointment, or 
have his final account approved (where 
the heirs at law, residuary and unpaid 
legatees, if any, do not enter their ap- 
pearance in writing in such final ac- 
counting) unless he shall give notice to 
the heirs at law, residuary and unpaid 
legatees of the decedent, if any, of the 
time of his intended application to the 
court for the approval of such final ac- 
count, as follows : 

When the heirs at law, residuary or 
unpaid legatees, if any, are residents of 
Cook County, personal service of a copy 
of such notice shall be made, and in the 
event of the temporary absence from Cook 
County of such resident heirs at law, re- 
siduary or unpaid legatees, if any, a 
copy of such notice shall be left at the 
usual place of abode of such heirs, re- 
siduary or unpaid legatees, if any, with 
some person of the family of the age of 
ten years or upwards, informing such 
person of the contents thereof, such serv- 
ice to be at least ten days before such 
application. 

When such heirs at law, residuary or 
unpaid legatees, if any, reside without 
the limits of Cook County, and in any 
of the United States or territories, a copy 
of such notice shall be published at least 
once in some newspaper published in the 
City of Chicago, at least thirty days be- 
fore such application. T^'hen such heirs 
at law, residuary or unpaid legatees, if 
any, reside without the limits of the 
United States and territories or whose 
names and places of residence, either or 
both, are unknown to such executor or 
administrator, such notice shall be pub- 
lished at least once in some newspaper 
published in the City of Chicago at least 
sixty days before such application ; and 
where the heirs at law, residuary or un- 
paid legatees, if any, or any of them, are 

317 



not residents of Cook County, such exec- 
utor or administrator shall make and 
file with the clerk of the court his, her 
or their aflfidavit, or the affidavit of some 
one of them, setting forth the names and 
postoffice address of such heirs at law, 
residuary or unpaid legatees, if any, or 
if the same be unknown, thus stating the 
fact ; and where the names and postoflice 
address are set forth in such affidavit, 
such executor or administrator shall 
cause a copy of such notice to be mailed, 
postage paid, to such heirs at law, resid- 
uary or unpaid legatees, to such address 
by the clerk of this court, within five 
days after such publication, and a certifi- 
cate of such mailing shall be made by the 
clerk and filed in the proper estate. No 
executor or administrator shall be dis- 
charged until the final costs shall have 
been paid. 

The court may, when the circum- 
stances seem to require it, make spe- 
cial orders in estates prescribing other 
or different notice to the parties in in- 
terest. 

GUARDIANSHIP. 
Appointment of Guardian. 
Rule 16. No application for the ap- 
pointment of a guardian will be enter- 
tained when the infant has parents living 
in this State, unless upon written notice 
of such Intended application to such par- 
ents, or if either be dead, to the sur- 
vivor, setting forth the time when the 
same shall be heard, which notice shall 
be given not less than three days prior 
to such application, if the parent or par- 
ents reside in Cook County, and not less 
than ten days if non-residents of Cook 
County; provided, that no such notice 
.shall be required when such parent or 
parents enter their appearance and con- 
sent to an immediate hearing. Special 
orders providing for different or other 
notice may be made in exceptional 
cases. 

Gnardian'ii InventorleM and Account* 
Rule 17. Every guardian shall return 
to the court, verified by his affidavit, a 
true and perfect inventory of the real and 
personal estate of the ward, including 
therein a description of the real estate, its 
probable value and rental, and whether 
incumbered, and if so incumbered how, 
and for how much, what amount of 
money is on hand, all personal property, 
including annuities and credits of the 
ward, designating them as good, doubt- 
ful or desperate, as the case may be, 
within sixty days after appointment. At 
the expiration of one year from his or 
her appointment, and at least once every 
three years thereafter, and as much 
oftener as the court may require, he shall 
settle his accounts with the court. Upon 
failure to perform any of the duties re- 
quired by this rule such guardian will be 
cited by the court and the performance 
of such delinquent duty enforced. 
Notice of Resignation of Guardian. 
Rule 18. Upon the petition of any 
guardian to resign his trust, such notice 
thereof, and of the time of hearmg, shall 
be given as the court shall approve or 
direct. The final accoimt of any guard- 
ian who has resigned or whose letters 
have been revoked will not be heard and 
passed upon by the court until such ac- 
count has been submitted to and care- 
fully examinee by his .successor and the 
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ommendation of such successor, indorsed 
In writing upon such account and signed 
by such successor, unless for good cause 
shown the court shall otherwise order. 
Leasing Ward's Real Batate. 

Rule 19. The court will upon petition 
of the guardian, verified by his affldavlt,, 
order that the guardian Jease all the 
ward's real estate ; but before delivering 
any lease or possession to the lessee the 
guardian shall obtain the written ap- 
proval of the judge of this court, indorsed 
on the lease, but no such approval will 
be given until the testimony has been 
taken In open court showing the rental 
value of the real estate. 
Report of Sale of Real Batate by 
Guardian. 

Rule 20. Every report of sale of real 
estate made by a guardian shall be ac- 
companied with, and have securely at- 
tached to it, the publisher's certificate of 
publication of notice or an affidavit of 
posting of notices, as the case may be, 
and if the notice is by posting, showing 
when and where posted, and that the 
places where the notices were posted are 
three of the most public places in the 
county where such real estate was sold. 
Every such report shall also contain a 
statement by the guardian that the real 
' estate was sold for a fair cash value, or 
shall state the fair cash value, and a 
recommendation that such report be ap- 
proved and the sale confirmed, or that 
the sale be disapproved; and if the 
guardian recommends that the sale be 
disapproved, he shall state briefly the 
reason therefor, and such report shall be 
signed by the guardian and verified by 
his affldavlt. 

Final Settlement of Guardian Trltb 
W^ard. 

Rule 21. No guardian shall be dis- 
charged from the duties of his appoint- 
ment on final settlement with his ward, 
unless such ward appears before the 
court and acknowledges such settlement 
in full in open court ; provided, where 
such facts are disclosed by affidavit filed 
with the clerk as render the personal at- 
tendance of the ward impracticable, and 
the court shall be satisfied, from the evi- 
dence produced in open court, that such 
final settlement is just and equitable, and 
that the ward is in possession of all his 
or her estate, such personal attendance 
of the ward may be waived by the court. 
Guardian'* Report. 

Rule 22. Every guardian's account 
shall be accompanied by a writen re- 
port, signed by the guardian and verified 
by his affidavit, briefly stating the condi- 
tion of the estate, the amount of receipts 
and disbursements, and the balance, if 
any; and if the guardianship be of the 
custody and tuition of the minor, shall 
state the length of time and where the 
minor has attended school since the 
guardian's appointment or last report; 
and such report (except In case of final 
account where the estate is fully admin- 
istered and delivered to the ward) shall 
state whether the sureties on the bond of 
the guardian are all living and residents 
of the State of Illinois, that such guard- 
Ian knows the financial condition of all 
sureties, and whether they are ample se- 
curity for the penalty of such bond; and 
If in any case any guardian, from want 
of knowledge conc2rning his sureties, or 



from any other cause, Is unable to make 
a full report concerning his sureties, he 
shall produce them in open court at the 
time of rendering his account, when they 
will be examined upon oath by the court. 

Autborlty to Remove Peraonal 

Catate of Minor from Tbls State 

by Non-Realdent Guardian. 

Rule 23. No authority will be given 
to remove personal estate of a minor 
from this state by a non-resident guard- 
Ian, unless the application is accompanied 
by a duly authenticated copy of an order 
of the court which appointed the non- 
resident guardian, authorizing or direct- 
ing such non-resident guardian to apply 
to this court for such authority. 

CONSERVATORS. 
Default or Negrlect of Conaervator. 

Rule 24. Every conservator shall re- 
turn to the court, verified by his affidavit, 
a true and perfect inventory of the real 
and personal estate of his ward, with a 
description of the real estate, its probable 
value and rental, and stating whether the 
same is incumbered, and if incumbered, 
how, and for how much, what amount of 
money is on hand, and also containing a 
list of all personal property, including 
annuities and credits of the ward, desig- 
nating them as good, doubtful or desper- 
ate, as the case may be, within sixty days 
after his appointment. At the expiration 
of one year from his appointment, and at 
least once every year thereafter, and as 
much oftener as the court may require, 
he shall settle his accounts as conserva- 
tor with the court. Upon failure to do 
so, a citation will be issued and the per- 
formance of such delinquent duly en- 
forced. 

Notice of Real^natlon of Con- 
aervator. 

Rule 25. Upon the petition of any 
conservator to resign his tiust, such no- 
tice thereof and of the time of hearing 
shall be given as the court shall approve 
or direct. The final account of any con- 
servator who has resigned or whose let- 
ters have been revoked will not be heard 
and passed upon by the court until such 
account has been submitted to and care- 
fully examined by his successor, and the 
result of such examination, with the rec- 
ommendation of such successor. Indorsed 
in writing upon such account and signed 
by such successor, unless for good cause 
shown the court shall otherwise order. 
Leaalng: by Conaervator. 

Rule 26. The court will, upon the pe- 
tition of the conservator, order that the 
conservator lease all his ward's real es- 
tate ; but before delivering any lease or 
possession to the lessee, that the con- 
servator obtain the written approval of 
the judge of this court indorsed on the 
lease, but no such approval will be given 
until testimony has been taken in open 
court showing the rental value of the 
real estate. 

Conaervator'a Report. 

Rule 27. Every conservator's account 
shall be accompanied by a written re- 
port, signed by the conservator and veri- 
fied by his affidavit, briefly stating the 
condition of the estate, the amount of re- 
ceipts and disbursements, and the bal- 
ance, if any, the place of residence of the 
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ouch report (except in case of final ac- 
count where the estate is fully admin- 
istered) shall state whether the sureties 
on the bond of the conservator are all 
living and residents of the State of Illi- 
nois ; that such conservator knows the 
financial condition of all such sureties, 
and whether they are ample security for 
the penalty in such bond; and if, in any 
case, any conservator, from want of 
knowledge or from ar./ other cause, is 
unable to make a full report concerning 
his sureties, he shall produce tnem in 
open court, at the time of rendering his 
account, when they will be examined 
upon oath by the court. 

MISCELLANEOUS. 
Rule to Plead. 

Rule 28. In all cases, matters and 
proceedings (except citations, arljustment 
of claims and summons to executor, ad- 
ministrator, guardian or conservator for 
revocation of letters and removal from 
office, and except in proceedings for the 
appointment of a conservator where the 
return day of the summons is not the 
first day of the term) commenced by 
summons, the defendant, if served with 
the summons ten days before the return 
day thereof, shall plead on or before the 
opening of court on the third day of the 
term of court to which summons is re- 
turnable. 

Appearance. 

Rule 29. "Whenever any heir at law, 
devisee, legatee, creditor or other person 
not a party to the record, desires to 
contest or be heard in any matter or 
proceeding before the court, such heir at 
law, devisee, legatee, creditor or other 
person shall first enter an appearance in 
writing, briefly stating his interest in the 
matter or proceeding, and file the same 
with the clerk of the court. 
Form of Papers to toe Filed and In- 
dorsement Thereon. 

Rule 30. No petition, inventory, ap- 
praisement, account, report of sale, or 
other document or paper necessary to be 
filed shall be written on less than one- 
half sheet of foolscap or legal cap paper, 
nor upon any paper which varies mate- 
rially in size from such paper, and when 
covering more than one sheet the whole 
shall be fastened securely at the top, 
and upon the folded outside bear legibly 
the name of the estate to which it be- 
longs and the name of the document, to- 
gether with the number of the page and 
docket, showing said estate and the num- 
ber of case and box. 

Bond of Bxecntors, Administrators, 

Guardians and Conservators 

Tvltto Surety. 

Rule 31. No bond with surety of any 
executor, administrator, guardian or 
conservator will be approved by the 
court unless such bond have at least 
two sureties, have no interlineation or 
erasure, have the first name of the prin- 
cipal and sureties written in full in the 
body and signatures of the bond, and 
when the signature is by mark be wit- 
nessed by some person not a party to the 
bond. All sureties on bonds except cor- 
porations duly authorized to act as sure- 
ty on bonds shall appear in person be- 
fore the clerk of this court and make 
schedule under oath showing the property 
owned by them respectively. 

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Files. 

Rule 32. No instrument duly filed 
shall be taken from the oflSce of the 
clerk without the consent of the clerk, 
and then only upon receipt duly given. 
No paper so taken shall be kept out of 
the clerk's office more than two days. 
In no case shall any original will, bond 
or letters or file wrappers be taken from 
the clerk's office, except when taken to 
the court room. 

Place of Sale of Real Bstate. 

Rule 33. All decrees and orders of 
this court directing the public sale of 
any real estate, or an interest therein, 
shall provide that such sale be made at 
the rooms of the Chicago Real Estate 
Board, or at the rooms of the Cook 
County Real Estate Board, in the City 
of Chicago, unless the court for cause 
shown shall otherwise order. 

Undisposed of Papers to toe Dis- 
tributed. 

Rule 34. Ordered, that hereafter the 
clerk distribute, as soon as he conve- 
niently can, and within two days after 
the filing thereof, all undisposed-of pa- 
pers in any matter pending in this court, 
except claims and proofs of publication 
for adjudication of claims, to the several 
general files of such several estates, the 
same as though such papers were dis- 
posed of. 

Settlement of Rights of Action for 
Causing; Death. 

Rule 35. All petitions for settlements 
of rights of action for causing the death 
of any person shall be verified by the 
affidavit of the administrator or executor 
and certified to as being just and proper 
by the attorney of the admmlstrator or 
executor, and when practicable such set- 
tlement shall be recommended by the 
distributees. 

Attorney's Fees In Personal Injury 
Cases. 

Rule 36. In the matter of personal 
injury cases which may be all or part 
of the assets of estates in course of ad- 
ministration in this court, and which are 
compromised or settled previous to trial, 
and in which counsel has been engaged 
on a contingent fee, executors, adminis- 
trators, guardians and conservators will 
be allowed to pay as attorney's fees a 
sum not exceeding twenty-five per cent, 
of the amount recovered, and in all such 
cases where the case has been tried be- 
fore a jury executors, administrators, 
guardians and conservators may be al- 
lowed to pay as attorney's fees a sum 
not exceeding one-third of the amount re- 
covered. Said allowance to include In 
deceased estates the settlement of such 
estates in this court. 

Production of E^Mtnte on Giving of Xeir 
Dond. 

Paile 37. Whenever an executor, ad- 
ministrator, guardian or conservator 
sliall file his "New Bond" and account, 
and an order is sought releasing the 
former bondsmen from liability, such 
executor, administrator, guardian or 
conservator, shall bring into court the 
monevs or seoirities shown to be on 
hand and exhibit them to the court be- 
fore his bondsmen are discharged. 



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MUNICIPAL COURT RULES 



The following rules were adopted 
March 31, 1910: 

RULB 1. 
Cases Nambered. 

All cases brought in this court shall be 
given a number. In filing any papers or 
calling the attention of the court to any 
case the number must be given. 

rule: 2. 

SerTlce of Copy ot £>tateinent of 
Claim. 

In all cases of the fourth class which 
are to be commenced by the filing with 
the Clerk of a Praecipe and Statement of 
Claim, it shall be the duty of the plain- 
tiff, or his attorney, to file with such 
Statement of Claim as many copies of 
the same and of the affidavit of plain- 
tiff's claim, if there be one, as there are 
defendants to be served, and it shall 
then be the duty of the Cleric to attach 
to each of the copies of the summons to 
be served upon the defendants a copy 
of said Statement of Claim and affida- 
vit, if any, and it shall be the duty of the 
Bailiff in serving the summons in every 
case to deliver to each defendant a copy 
of said Statement of Claim and of such 
affidavit at the same time that a copy 
of the summons is served upon him, and 
in malcing his return upon the original 
summons, the Bailiff shall state whether 
or not he has so delivered to each of the 
defendants a copy of such Statement of 
Claim and affidavit. 

RULB 3. 

Return Day Call of Fourth and Fifth 

Class Cases. 

The clerk shall make summonses re- 
turnable to such of the court rooms as 
may be designated by the Chief Justice. 
Every case in which a defendant appears 
in person or has filed his appearance in 
writing shall, if there has been no de- 
mand for a jury, be set for trial at some 
fixed time, and every case in which a 
jury trial has been demanded by either 
party (except attachment, replevin, gar- 
nishment, forcible detainer, distress for 
rent, quasi-criminal and wage claim 
cases) shall thereupon be placed on the 
next jury trial calendar and be subject 
to call for trial as soon as it may be 
reached upon the call of said calendar. 
Attachment, replevin, garnishment, forc- 
ible detainer, distress for rent and wage 
claim cases, shall, if a demand for a jury 
has been made, and quasi-criminal cases 
If no waiver in writing of a trial by 
jury has been filed, be immediately set 
down before the judge calling the same 
or assigned to a branch court having a 
jury and tried as soon as the business of 
the court and the rights of the litigants 
will permit. 

RULB3 4. 
Call of First Class Cases. 

Every Tuesday, at 9 :30 o'clock a. m., 
the Judge assigned to that duty shall call 
the cases of the first class, in 
which service either by publication or 
summons has been made In due time for 
default. When the cases are called, 
defaults may be taken and judg- 
ments entered where parties are entitled 
thereto. All such cases as are then at 
issue may be placed upon the trial cal- 
endar. 



rule: 6. 

Motions. 

One or more Judges shall be designated 
by the Chief Justice to hear Motions in 
the First District, and all Motions in civil 
cases pending in the said district, whether 
of course or contested, except motions for 
new trial and motions subsequent there- 
to, or motions arising during the actual 
trial of a case, and except motions to 
vacate or set aside any order or finding 
made by some other judge, shall be heard 
and disposed of by such motion Judge 
or Judges. These last mentioned mo- 
Lions shall be heard only by the Judge 
who made the order or finding sought 
to be set aside, if such Judge is hear- 
ing civil cases in the district; other- 
wise the motion Judge may hear such 
motions. 

rule: 6. 

Approval of Bonds. 

No approval of a bond given by a 
party to procure the discharge of a levy 
under an attachment, or in an appeal or 
stay of execution, shall be granted ex 
parte. The party applying for such aj)- 
proval shall give reasonable notice of jus- 
tification to the other party. 

RULE! 7. 
Writ of Restitution. 

No writ of restitution in forcible entry 
and detainer cases shall be issued until 
after the expiration of five days from 
the rendition of the judgment. 

rule: 8. 

Objections to Instructions. 

Objections to the giving or refusing of 
oral instructions to the jury must be 
specific and must be made Immediately 
upon the conclusion of the charge and 
before the jury retire. 

rule: o. 

Interrogratorles. 

At least one day's notice In writing of 
an application for leave to file Interroga- 
tories, together with a copy of said In- 
terrogatories, must be served on the op- 
posite side. 

No Interrogatories shall be allowed 
to be filed calling for the produc- 
tion of written instruments or copies 
thereof, or the names of any witnesses, 
or for information or facts relating to 
the case of the opposite party solely. In- 
terrogatories filed by the plalntift must 
only call for such evidence or facts aa 
would be necessary or proper to sustain 
the plaintiff's case, and when filed by the 
defendant for such evidence or facts as 
would be necessary or proper to sustain 
hlB defense. 

RULE oy-. 

If the plaintiff or plaintiffs fail or re- 
fuse to properly answer interrogatories 
propounded to them by the defendant 
or defendants when so ordered to do b'- 
the court, the court may dismiss t) •'. 
suit; and if the defendant or defend- 
ants have pleaded a set-off the court 
may enter judgment against the plain- 
tiffs upon the affidavits of the defend- 
ants to their set-off. If the defend- 
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properly answer interrogatories pro- 
pounded to them by the plaintiff or 
plaintiffs when ordered so to do by 
the court, the court may strike their 
pleadings from the files and enter judg- 
ment as in case of default upon the 
plaintiff's affidavit of claim. Or the 
court mav proceed by contempt pro- 
ceedings against either such party re- 
fusing to answer. 

rule: 10. 

Garnlabmeut in Attachment or on 
Prior Judgment. 

(o) In First Class Cases: 
The plaintiff shall, at the time of the 
issuance of a summons or writ, nie 
written interrogatories and a copy 
thereof for service on each garnishee, 
and the Bailiff shall in serving the 
summons or writ deliver a copy of 
such interrogatories to the gar- 
nishee and the Bailiff's return shall state 
such delivery. If the garnishee fails to 
answer such interrogatories on or before 
the return day of such summons, the 
plaintiff shall be entitled to a conditional 
judgment and a scire facias against said 
garnishee, if service of such summons 
and interrogatories shall have been had 
at least ten days prior to such return day. 
If Interrogatories are by leave of court 
filed after issuance of summons or writ, 
the plaintiff shall serve notice on said 
garnishee or garnishees of the filing ol 
the same, together with copies of said in- 
terrogatories ; service of said notice and 
interrogatories attached shall be verified by 
affidavit and filed in court. If a gar- 
nishee fails to answer such Interrogato- 
ries on or before ten days from the date 
of the service of such notice, together 
with a copy of said interrogatories, the 
plaintiff shall be entitled to a conditional 
judgment and a scire facias against said 
garnishee. 

(b) In Fourth Class Cases: 
In garnishment cases in the fourth class 
the practice and proceedings shall be, as 
near as may be, the same as that re- 
quired by law in similar cases before 
Justices of the Peace. 

RULB 11. 
Denial of Corporate ExUtence or 
Name. 
In any action by or against a cor- 
poration, it shall not be necessary to 
prove the existence of such corpora- 
tion, or that it sues or is sued by its 
corporate name, unless previous to the 
commencement of the trial, the corporate 
existence of such plaintiff or defendant, 
or that Its name Is correctly stated is de- 
nied by affidavit, signed by the party 
making such denial or by his agent or 

attorney. ^„ 

RULB 12. 
Abatement. 
The defendant shall by motion to dis- 
miss supported by affidavit set up 
such matters in abatement as would 
be set up In the Circuit Court by plea 
In abatement supported by affidavit. 

RULE 13. 
PaM«lngr and Contlnnlngr Cases. 

When the principal attorney of record, 
or the attorney specially charged with 
the trial of the case of a party, is sick 
or actually engaged in the trial of a 
cause In some other court at the time the 
cause is called for trial, and the other 
party Is ready, the Court shall pass the 



cause for the time without prejudice 
where it appears by affidavit or other- 
wise, that the party seeking the delay 
has used due diligence to be ready for 
trial, and would have been ready but 
for the sickness or engagement of hia 
attorney. Provided, that a sound discre- 
tion will be exercised by the court in the 
enforcement of this rule in extreme cases, 
in favor of plaintiffs in attachments and 
suits on demands which would be barred 
by the statutes of limitations If dismissed; 
and also in all cases where any substan- 
tial injury might result. No case shall 
be passed the second time for either of 
the causes above mentioned. 

RULE 14. 
First Class Same as Fourth. 

In all cases of the first class insti- 
tuted in this court on and after April 
1, 1910, the pleadings shall be the same 
as in cases of the fourth class and they 
may be amended in the same manner. 
RULE 15. 
Plaintiff's Statement of Claim. 

In first class cases the plaintiff shall 
file, in lieu of the declaration now pro- 
vided for in the act and within the 
time allowed for the filing of such dec- 
laration, a statement of claim, which 
shall consist of a statement of the ac- 
count or of the nature of the demand, 
and shall contain such further infor- 
mation as shall reasonably inform the 
defendant of the nature of the case he 
is called upon to defend. 

RULE 16. 
Plaintiff's Affidavit of Claim. 

In first class and fourth class cases 
for the recovery of money only the 
plaintiff shall file with his statement 
of claim an affidavit, sworn to by the 
plaintiff, or by his agent or attorney, 
showing the nature .of his KJemand 
and the amount due from the defendant 
after allowing the defendant all his 
just credits, deductions and set-offs, if 
any, provided that In cases for unli- 
quidated damages the plaintiff need 
not state in his affidavit the amount of 
damages claimed. 

RULE 17. 
Defendant's Affidavit of Defense. 

In first and fourth class cases for 
the recovery of money only the defend- 
ant shall file an affidavit sworn to by 
himself, his agent or attorney, stat- 
ing that he verily believes the defend- 
ant has a good defense to said suit 
upon the merits to the whole or a por- 
tion of the plaintiff's demand, and spe- 
cifying the nature of such defense, 
whether by way of denial or by way 
of confession and avoidance, In such 
a manner as to reasonably inform the 
plaintiff of the defense which w411 be 
interposed at the trial, and evidence of 
onlv such defenses as are set out in 
said affidavit shall be admitted on the 
trial. If the defense Is to only a por- 
tion of the plaintiff's claim the affidavit 
shall specify the amount of such por- 
tion according to the best of the af- 
fiant's judgment and belief. Provided, 
however, that any defendant may. In 
the discretion of the court, by order 
duly entered, be permitted to make his 
defense without filing any such affi- 
davit of merits. 

The affidavit of merits required to 
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in lirst class cases in iieu ol pleas now 
provided for in the Municipal Court 
act and within the time allowed for 
the filing of such pleas, and in fourth 
class cases shall be filed with the de- 
fendant's appearance; provided that 
upon good cause shown the time for 
filing such affidavit may be extended 
for such reasonable time as the court 
shall order. This rule shall not ap- 
ply to any case where an executor or 
an administrator shall defend in behalf 
of an estate. 

If the defendant fails to file an affi- 
davit of merits, such as is required by 
the rules of this court, the plaintiff 
shall be entitled to default and judg- 
ment upon the plaintiff's affidavit of 
claim on file in said cause or upon such 
further evidence as the court may re- 
quire. If the affidavit of merits is to 
only a portion of the plaintiff's de- 
mand, the plaintiff shall be entitled to 
a judgment for the balance of his de- 
mand and the suit shall thereafter 
proceed as to the portion of the plain- 
tiff's demand in dispute as if the suit 
has been brought therefor, but in such 
case the court may make such order 
as to the costs of suit as may be 
equitable. Where the defendant files 
an appearance, either with or without 
a demand for a jury trial, and fails to 
file with it, at that time or at such 
further time as the Court may allow, 
an affidavit of merits, or where the de- 
fendant's affidavit of merits is stricken 
from the files for insufficiency, the 
Court may then and there enter judg- 
ment as in case of default for the 
plaintiff upon the plaintiff's affidavit 
of claim in said cause, or such further 
evidence as the Court may require. 
RULE IS. 
Defendant's Affidavit of Set-Off. 
In first class and fourth class cases 
for the recovery of money only the 
defendant may file a statement of set- 
off or counterclaim, which shall be 
accompanied by an affidavit, which 
statement and affidavit shall comply 
in all respects with the rules for the 
plaintiff's statement of claim and affi- 
davit, and shall have the same force 
and effect. Such statement of set-off or 
counterclaim shall in first class cases 
be filed within the time allowed under 
the Municipal Court act for the filing 
of pleas, and in fourth class cases shall 
be filed with the defendant's appear- 
ance; provided, however, the court may 
in its discretion extend the time for 
filing such statement and affidavit. The 
plaintiff shall be required to file an 
a.ffidavit of merits of defense thereto 
within such time as the court may or- 
der in the same manner and to the 
same extent and with the same effect 
that a defendant is required under 
the last rule to file an affidavit of mer- 
its of defense to the plaintiff's state- 
ment of claims. 

RULE 19. 
Specific Dental Required. 
Every allegation of fact in any 
statement of claim or of counterclaim 
or set-of¥, if not denied specifically or 
by necessary implication in the affi- 
davit of defense filed in reply by the 
opposite party, shall be taken to be 
admitted, except as against an Infant 
or a lunatic. 

RULE 20. 
No General or Evasive Denial Allowed. 
It shall not be sufficient or a defend- 
ant In his affidavit of merits to deny 
generally the facts alleged by the 

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ipal Court of C hicago. 

siaiement ox claiin^ or for a plaintiff 
in his affidavit to deny generally the 
facts alleged by the defendant in his 
statement of counterclaim or set-off, 
but each party shall deal specifically 
with each allegation of which he does 
not admit the truth, except allegations 
of damages. Any denial of any allega- 
tion of fact made by the opposite party 
must not be evasive, but must answer 
the point of substance; provided that 
either party may, upon motion, be ex- 
cused by the court from specifically an- 
swering any particular allegation upon 
showing to the court that such party 
cannot so answer such allegation be- 
cause he does not have the necessary 
knowledge as to the fact alleged or 
for other good cause. 

RULE 21. 
Plaintiff's Affidavit of Reply. 
If the plaintiff does not file any affi- 
davit in reply to the defendant's affi- 
davit of merits of defense, he shall 
be considered to have joined issue 
thereon, and such joiner of issue shall 
operate as a denial of every material 
allegation of fact in the defendant's 
affidavit of merits upon which issue 
is so joined, but the plaintiff may file 
an affidavit in reply, setting up special 
facts, and in that event his reply will 
operate as a denial of the facts not 
admitted. Any subsequent affidavit (if 
any) filed by the defendant by way of 
rejoinder, or by the plaintiff by way 
of surrejoinder, shall be subject 'to the 
same rules as the plaintiff's affidavit in 
reply. No affidavit shall materially 
change the nature of the cause of ac- 
tion or defense as set forth in the 
prior statement of claim or affidavit In 
that line of pleading of the same party, 
but may set up new matter by way of 
confession and avoidance. Any depar- 
ture in an affidavit in violation of this 
rule shall be ground for sustaining a 
motion to strike it from the record. 
This provision has no application to 
any departure of an amended state- 
ment of claim or affidavit from the one 
amended. 

RULE 22. 
Demurrers Abolished. 
No demurrer shall be allowed, but 
the court may, on motion, order any 
statement of claim or affidavit of mer- 
its of defense to be stricken out on the 
ground that such statement of claim 
or affidavit does not reasonably Inform 
the defendant or the plaintiff, as the 
case may be, of the cause of action or 
defense relied upon by the party filing 
the same, or the court may order a 
more specific or amended statement or 
affidavit to be filed. 

If it appears that the party filing a 
statement of claim or affidavit Is re- 
lying on a cause of action or defense 
that is clearly unfounded in law. the 
court may order the same stricken out 
and the action to be dismissed or 
judgment to he entered accordingly as 
may be Just. 

RULE 2.1. 

Practice Act Provisions. 

Sections 13, 14, 17, 18. 24. 2.'>. 3.1. 34, 

35, 36. 37. 41. 42, 43. 4.S, 4S. 49. 52. 53, 54. 

5fi, fil, 62, 63, 64, 65. 66, 67. 68. 69, 

76. 77. 79. 80. 81, 85. 88. S9. 95. 97. 98, 

103. 104. 105 and 126 nf the Practice Act 

entitled "An Act in relation to the prac- 

I tice and procedure in courts of record," 

I .Tpnroved June 3. 1907, in force July 1, 

1907. shall be hpld to apply to and govern 

j all civil proceedings f quasi-criminal pro- 

I Cfedings only excf>ptPd> in the Municipal 

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with the provisions of the Municipal Court 
Act approved May IS, 1905, as amended 
by the Act approved June 3, 1907. 

Sections 74 and 75 of said Practice Act 
shall be iield to apply to and govern all 
cases, civil or criminal, in the Municipal 
Court when the trial judge shall elect to 
charge the jury in writing, and only then, 
and 

Sections 65. 76, 77, 81, 85. 89, 95, 96 
and 97 shall be held to apply to and gov- 
ern all criminal and quasi-criminal cases 
in the Municipal Court. 



CRIMINAL AND QUASI-CRIMINAL 

CASE3S. 

RULE 24. 

No Chief of Police, Captain of Police, 
Lieutenant of Police or Sergeant of Po- 
lice shall admit to bail any person 
charged with any criminal offense while 
a Judge of the Municipal Court is In at- 
tendance at a branch court in the police 
district where such bail is offered. 
RULE 25. 

Any Chief of Police, Captain of Police, 
Lieutenant of Police or Sergeant of Po- 
lice taking bail from any person or per- 
sons before accepting the surety offered 
as a bondsman shall cause such surety 
to fill out in writing and under oath the 
following blank : 

State of Illinois, County of Cook, City 
of Chicago — ss. In the Municipal Court 
of Chicago. The People of the State of 
Illinois. Plaintiff, v. , Defend- 
ant. Charge . be- 
ing first duly sworn as to his sufHciency 
as bail in the above entitled proceeding, 
says, in answer to the following ques- 
tions, as follows: 

Q. — What Is your name? Ans. — 

Q. — Where do you reside? Ans. — 

Q. — What is your business? Ans. — 

Q. — Do you own any real estate? If 
80. where situated, and of what does it 
consist, giving both the legal description 
and street number of said real estate? 

Ans. — . , all in the County of 

Cook and State of Illinois. 

Q. — What is it worth? Ans. — 

Q. — How is it improved? Ans. — 

Q. — Is It your homestead? Ans. — 

Q. — When did you purchase, of whom, 
and what did you pay? Ans. — 

Q. — Are there any mortgages, trust 
deeds or incumbrances upon same, and, 
if so, to what amount, and when due? 
Ans. — 

Q. — Is the property in your name alone? 
Ans. — 

Q. — Is the deed or deeds on record? 
Ans. — 

Q. — Are you surety for any one else, 
and If so, to what amount, and for what? 
Ans. — 

Q. — Are there any Judgments against 
you? Ans. — 

Q. — Are there any proceedings In fore- 
closure now pending against you on any 
property In which you are Interested? 
Ans. — 

Q. — What are you worth over and 
above your Indebtedness? Ans. — 

Q. — On whose request do you offer your- 
self as bailor? Ans. — 

Q. — Are you surety on any forfeited 
bonds? Ans. — 

Subscribed and sworn to before me, 
this day of A. D.. 190 — . 

Provided no schedule shall be required 
from any surety company authorized 
to become surety on bonds in the 
court pursuant to order of the court. 



RULE 26. 

Any defendant arrested in any criminal 
case in which the Municipal Court has 
original Jurisdiction, or in any quasi- 
criminal case may, in lieu of giving ball 
for his appearance, deposit with the Clerk 
or with any chief of police, captain of 
police, lieutenant of police or desk ser- 
geant of police a sum of money as follows : 

For a violation of Section 1454 of the 
Revised Municipal Code of Chicago of 
1905, $25 to $100. 

For a violation of Section 2454 of the 
Revised Municipal Code of Chicago of 
1905, $200. 

For fl violation of Section 1772 of the 
Revised Municipal Code of Chicago of 
1905, $50 to $200. 

For a violation of Section 154 of the 
Revised Municipal Code of Chicago of 
1905, $25 to $75. 

For a violation of Section 1465 of the 
Revised Municipal Code of Chicago of 
1905, $50 to $200. 

For assault and battery, $25 to $100. 

In bastardy cases, $550. 

In all other cases a sum equivalent to 
the maximum fine provided as a punish- 
ment for the offense. 

RULE 27. 

No bond shall be taken from a per- 
son charged with misdemeanor by any 
Chief of Police, Captain of Police, Lieu- 
tenant of Police or Sergeant of Police, 
unless the value of the real estate sched- 
uled and offered by the person proposing 
to become surety shall be worth double 
the amount of the bond required after 
deducting from the fair value of the prop- 
erty offered all incumbrances on said 
property, the value of the homestead, 
dower rights and all other Indebtedness 
of said surety. 

RULE 28. 

No such Chief of Police, Captain of 
Police. Lieutenant of Police or Sergeant 
of Police shall accept any surety or take 
any bond unless he, from the above ques- 
tions and answers, is satisfied that the 
person so offering himself as surety is 
financially responsible and that a 
Judgment on a forfeiture, in case the 
bond be forfeited, can be collected 
from such person offering himself as 
surety. 

RULE 29. 

All of the above blanks shall be at- 
tached to the bail bond and kept as a 
part of the record and filed in the office 
of the Clerk of the Municipal Court. 
RULE 30. 

AH suits for violation of the City 
Ordinances commenced by summons in the 
First District shall be filed in the main 
office of the Clerk of Court, No. 148 Mich- 
igan avenue, but any Judge sitting In any 
Branch Court in the First District may, 
in his discretion, order a summons Is- 
sued in such a case and made returnable 
before him. Every case for violation 
of City Ordinances in which a warrant 
shall issue in the first instance may be 
begun in the Branch Court in the First 
District nearest the residence of the 
defendant In said cases. 
RULE .31, 

All warrants, capiases, writs of attach- 
ment and other process commanding the 
arrest of persons mentioned therein shall. 
In case of arrest, be returnable forthwith, 
and in case nf non-arrest shall be return- 
able thirty (30) days after Issuance, un- 
less otherwise ordered by the court. Alias 
warrants, capiases, writs of attachment 
and other process commanding the arrest 
of persons mentioned therein may be Is- 
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RULE 33. 

The Chief Justice of this Court shall 
have power and authority to prescribe 
abbreviated and amplified forms of en- 
tries of orders, judgments and decrees 
in this court, which abbreviated forms 
shall stand for and represent the re- 
pective amplified forms thereof. The 
entry by any branch court of any 
order, judgment or decree in such pre- 
scribed abbreviated form shall to all 
intents and purposes and legal effect 
be the adoption by the Court so di- 
recting such order, judgment or pro- 
ceeding to be entered of the amplified 
form or part thereof used, data sup- 
plied in the blanks in said abbreviated 
form being otherwise supplied in said 
amplified form, the Court having regard 
for and contemplating said amplified 
form with said data as the true order, 
judgment or proceeding of the court, 
when so directing the same to be en- 
tered in such abbreviated form. And 
In such case any names, dates, amounts, 
or other words and figures that may 
accompany or be entered with such 
abbreviated form shall be deemed to 
be, in legal effect, and to all intents 
and purposes, incorporated with said 
amplified form in the blank spaces 
therein as the context may require, 
and said amplified form, together with 
said names, dates, amounts and other 
words and figures as aforesaid, shall 
constitute the true proceedings and 
record thereof of the Court, without 
anj' further elaboration or expansion of 
such abbreviated form. Upon the prep- 
aration by the Clerk of a certified 
transcript in amplified form of any pro- 
ceedings in any cause that have been 
entered only in abbreviated form, or 
upon the request of any person for 
the extension in amplified form of any 
such proceedings and the payment to 
the Clerk of the same fees as 
are required for a cert'fled trans- 
cript, the Clerk shall extend said 
proceedings in amplified form. Said 
proceedings so extended shall be 
accompanied by proper placita and pre- 
ambles and shall be certified under the 
hand of the Clerk and the seal of the 
Court to be a true extended record of 
certain proceedings in such cause, 
which extended record, when so certi- 
fied, shall have placed thereon the file 
mark of the Clerk and shall be pre- 
served as a permanent record among 
the files of the cause. (Added Nov. 10, 
1911, by General Order No. ISl.) 

RULE 33. 

In all suits for the violation of munic- 
ipal ordinances of the City of Chicago, 
or any municipal corporation situated 
in whole or in part within the limits 
of said city, a complaint sworn to by 
some person, setting forth that an ordi- 
nance has been violated, shall, before 
any process be issued, be filed in said 
suit, whereupon a summons or a war- 
rant shall be issued against the de- 
fendant as the court, after examina- 
tion under oath of the party making 
such complaint, shall direct. If a sum- 
mons be issued it shall be made return- 
able to the branch court from which 
11 issued at 9:30 a. m. on a day certain, 
not less than five days from the filing 



of such complaint, and shall be served 
by delivering a copy thereof to the 
party named therein as defendant, and 
informing him of the contents thereof. 
There shall be attached to the sum- 
mons thus served a copy of the com- 
plaint. Provided, however, it shall not 
be required that such complaint be 
sworn in suits prosecuted by and in the 
name of the city attorney; said city at- 
torney may prosecute his suits witli or 
without the sworn complaint. But in 
cases in which no sworn complaint is 
filed summons only shall issue in such 
suit. 

All summons issued in such suits 
shall be directed to any police officer 
of the City of Chicago or to the bailiff 
of the Municipal Court, and shall have 
printed or stamped thereon in large red 
letters the following words: 

"If you fail to obey this summons, a 
warrant will issue for your arrest." 

In making up the call sheet for the 
day, the cases shall be classified as 
"warrant cases" and "summons cases," 
and as far as practicable all warrant 
cases shall be called for trial first. 
(Added Nov. 15, 1911, by General Order 
No. 183.) 

RULE 34. 

In all cases of arrest upon view with- 
out a warrant by an officer for the vio- 
lation of a municipal ordinance, of a 
teamster, or owner of a vehicle, charg- 
ed with operating the same without a 
license, or without having paid the 
vehicle tax, or with blockading traffic; 
and in all cases of peddlers upon wag- 
ons charged with peddling without a 
license or with crying their wares; and 
in all cases of arrest on view of the 
owners or drivers of automobiles, auto- 
mobile trucks or motorcycles for failure 
to comply with the State law or Munic- 
ipal Code, or with the ordinances of 
any park board within said city, re- 
quiring a license or the payment of a 
wheel tax, or for the manner of light- 
ing or attaching numbers to such ve- 
hicle, or for violation of any smoke or 
noise ordinance; or the owner or driver 
of an automobile, automobile truck or 
motorcycle charged with violating the 
speed laws of the State of Illinois or 
the City of Chicago, or of any park 
board within said city, where no per- 
sonal injury has resulted to anyone on 
account of such driving, the person so 
arrested shall at once he taken t6 the 
police station and immediately released 
upon signing his individual bond in 
the sum of four liundred dollars 
($400.00), requiring him to appear upon 
the following court day for trial, upon 
the person arrested making and deliv- 
ering to the desk sergeant or other 
officer in charge of the station an affl- 
davit setting forth his name, that he 
is a resident of tlie City of Cliieago, 
his place of residence and his place of 
business, with whom residing, occupa- 
tion, by whom emplo>-ed and the place 
of business of his employment, and in 
the case of the arrest of the driver of 
a vehicle or automobile, the correct 
name and home and business address 
of the owner thereof. 

Provided, however, that in all cases 
of arrest for speeding where personal 
injury has resulted to anyone, or when 
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bile is intoxicated, a bond with proper 
surety sliall be required; and provided, 
further, that this order shall not be 
construed to apply to arrests for keep- 
ing a gambling house or for being an 
inmate thereof, or for street walking, 
or for keeping a house of prostitution 
or being an inmate thereof, or tor 
drunkenness where the party is in a 
helpless or a semi-helpless condition, 
or for being a pickpocket or confidence 
man, or for carrying concealed weap- 
<ons, or for violating any ordinance 
against public decencv. (Added Nov. 
15, 1911, by General Order No. 183.) 



RULE 35. 

All applications for certificates 



of 



good moral character shall be filed in 
the office of the Clerk of this Court, 
together with the recommendations in 
writing of two or more sponsors, at 
least ten days before being presented 
to the Court on motion. 

If objections have been filed to any 
such application, same shall not be pre- 
sented to the Court except upon notice 
to the objector. (Added Jan. 15, 1912, 
by General Order No. 190.) 



Attorneys^ AttentionI 

A Register is kept in this office 
for the recording of changes 
during the year, and attorneys 
are requested to send in new 
names, telephone numbers and 
changes as soon as made, so that 
correct information may be given 
upon inquiry. 

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RULES OF PRACTICE 

OF THE 

Criminal Court of Cook County 

IN FORCE JUNE 1, 1913 



Holding Court. 

Rule 1. Ten o'clock in the forenoon 
shall be the hour for opening court. 

Removal of Papers. 

Kule 2. No papers filed shall be de- 
livered and taken away to anj^ other 
person than an attorney in the case or 
his clerk, known to be such; nor shall 
the entire files or any bond, writ or 
other process be delivered to any other 
person than a bailiff or deputy clerk 
of this court. 

The clerk of the court will not per- 
mit any pleading- or papers in case be 
withdrawn without an order of court. 

On good cause shown any judge hold- 
ing Criminal Court, may on application 
permit the original files to be with- 
drawn, the same to be returned within 
three days. 

Any person withdrawing without 
leave of court, any papers filed with 
the clerk in a case will be deemed in 
contempt of court. 

Motions. 

liule .J. Motions of course shall be 
heard and disposed of in order on tne 
opening of court, and before the trial 
call for the day, by the judge on whose 
trial call the case has been placed, or 
to whom said case has been assigned. 
A memorandum of all such notices 
stating the number, the title of the 
case, the nature of the motion briefly, 
together with the name of the attorney 
or party making the motion, shall he 
placed upon a motion book provided by 
the clerk of the court, by the attorney 
in the case or the moving party before 
the opening of court. No attorney shall 
I'ise to address the court upon a mo- 
tion until it has been called in its reg- 
iilar order from the motion book by 
the clerk. 

All motions not of course and to 
quash indictments shall be made in 



writing and filed with the clerk by or 
before 4 p. m. of the day before the 
motion will be ca,lled, stating the 
grounds of the motion specifically, and 
when founded on matters of fact not 
shown by the files of the case or oth^r 
proceedings of record therein, such 
facts must be presented by affidavit 
which shall be filed with the motion 
with the minute clerk of the judge be- 
fore w^hom the motion is to be made 
and a copy thereof .served with the 
notice of the motion. 

Counter aflfidavits may be filed in op- 
position to such motions, except that 
counter or supplementary affidavits 
will not be allowed on a motion for 
continuance. 

Notice of Motions. 

Rule 4. No motion shall be heard or 
order made in any case without notice 
to the defendant, when made by the 
state's attorney, or to the state's attor- 
ney when made by the defendant, ex- 
cept when a case is reached on the 
regular trial call. Notice of motions 
must be in writing, state in substance 
the motion, designate the judge before 
whom the same is to be made, and the 
time and place of hearing, and shall be 
served by delivering a copy to the op- 
posite party or his attorney of record 
before 4 p. m. of the business day next 
preceding the day mentioned in the no- 
tice, either personally or by leaving a 
copy thereof at his office with some 
person in charge thereof on his behalf, 
and it shall be supported by affidavit 
whenever based on matters of fact not 
appearing of record or by the files in 
the case, but all notices served on Sat- 
urday, shall be served before 12 o'clock 
noon of that day. 

Contiiiiiiug Cases and Setting Same for 
Trial. 

Rule 5. When the state's attorney- or 
liis assistant in charge of the trial of 



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tlie case or the defendant or his attor- 
ney of record on his behalf is ill or 
actually engaged in the trial of a case 
in some other court, or the assistant 
state's attorney assigned to the case is 
necessarily engaged in preparing for 
the trial of another case, at the time 
the case is called for trial, and the op- 
posing party is ready, the court shall 
pass the case for the time without 
prejudice where it appears by affidavit 
or otherwise to the satisfaction of the 
court, that the party securing a delay 
in the trial of the case has used due 
diligence to be ready for trial and 
would have been ready but for such 
Illness or engagement; provided a sound 
discretion will be exercised by the 
court in the enforcement of this rule 
in certain cases in favor of the prose- 
cution or defense. 

Any such case so passed shall be In 
order to be call_ed for trial upon one 
day's notice at' any time after the 
cause for which the same is passed 
shall cease. 

Service of Rules and Orders. 

Rule 6. The service of rules or or- 
ders made by the court shall be made 
by delivering a verified copy thereof. 
When neither the defendant nor his at- 
torney resides in or has an office in the 
City of Chicago all notices may be 
served by mail and when the defendant 
has appeared by his attorney, service 
of any rule, order or notice made on 
such attorney shall be sufficient unless 
the object to bring the defendant into 
contempt for disobeying a rule or order 
in which case service shall be made 
upon the defendant personally or by 
registered letter. 

Habeas Corpus. 

Rule 7. When a petition for habeas 
corpus is presented to a judge there 
shall be endorsed thereon a minute of 
the order, refusing or granting the 
■vfTit. 

Contested Motions and Motions for Nevr 
Trial. 

Rule 8. Motions not of course or 
contested motions, except motions for 
a continuance, shall be heard on each 
Saturday after disposition of motions 
for new trial which shall aJso be heard 
on Saturday unless the court may see 
fit to hear them when made. 



The clerk wil, from time to time, pre- 
pare a calendar of contested motions. 
Such motions will be placed in the 
order of which notice thereof is given 



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A peremptory call of such motions 
will be made on Saturday of each week 
unless otherwise ordered by the court. 

Instructions and Forms of Verdict. 

Rule 9. All instructions and forms 
of verdict must be presented to the 
court pt the conclusion of the evidence 
in the trial of the case and copies 
thereof delivered by the state's attor- 
ney to the defendant's attorney and by 
the defendant's attorney to the slate's 
attorney, and attorneys shall, as far 
as possible, avoid repeating the same 
proposition of law in said instructions. 

Upon request of either the state's at- 
torney or the defendant's attorney and 
before commencement of argument in 
the case, the court should hear, away 
from the presence of the jury, objec- 
tions to any requested instructions or 
forms of verdict. 

Appearance and "Withdrawal of 
Attorney. 

Rule 10. Each attorney for a defend- 
ant shall enter his appearance in writ- 
ing both with the clerk and state's 
attorney, giving his office* address, and 
no attorney will be permitted to with- 
draw his appearance for a defendant 
unless the court shall be satisfied by 
affidavit or otherwise, to-wit, that such 
defendant has had reasonable notice of 
the attorney's intention to withdraw 
his appearance from the case. 

Before appointing an attorney for a 
defendant, the judge should make in- 
quiry as to whether or not the de- 
fendant is able to hire counsel, and 
when an attorney is appointed the clerk 
of this court shall, unless the attorney 
so appointed is in open court at the 
time of his appointment, notify said at- 
torney per.sonally or by mail and the 
attorney shall within five days after 
receiving the notice enter his appear- 
ance as required by this rule, and if 
said attorney discovers at any time 
prior to the trial that the defendant is 
able to employ counsel, it shall be the 
duty of said .attorney to bring the facts 
to thf attention of the court. 



RULES OF THE 

United States Circuit Court of Appeals 

FOR THE SEVENTH CIRCUIT 

AND THE 

ACT OF CONGRESS CREATING THE COURT 

With Amendments to February 21, 1910 



1 . Xame. 

The title of the court shall be "United 
States Circuit Court of Appeals for the 
Seventh Circuit." 

2. Seal. 

The seal shall contain the words 
"United States" on the upper part of 
the outer edge, and the words "Circuit 
Court of Appeals," on the lower part 
of the outer edge, running from left 
to right, and the words "Seventh Cir- 
cuit" in two lines, in the center with 
a dash beneath. 

3. Terms. 

A term of this court shall be held 
annually at the City of Chicago on the 
first Tuesday in October, and continue 
until the first Tuesday in October of 
the succeeding year. Every term shall 
be adjourned to such time and places 
as the Court may from time to time 
designate. Unless otherwise specially 
ordered, the court will hold at Chicago 
three sessions for the hearing of causes 
during each term, beginning on the 
first Tuesdays in October and Janu- 
ary, respectively, and the second Tues- 
day in April. 

4. (Quorum. 

1. If, at any term or session, a 
quorum does not attend on any day 
appointed for holding it, any judge 
who does attend may adjourn the court 
from time to time, or, in the absence 
of any judge, the clerk may adjourn 
the court from day to day. If, during 
a term or session, after a quorum has 
assembled, less than that number at- 
tend on any day, any judge attending 
may adjourn the court from day to day 
until there is a quorum or may ad- 
journ without a day. 

2. Any judge attending when less 
than a quorum is present may make 
all necessary orders touching any suit, 
proceeding, or process depending in or 
returned to the court preparatory to 
hearing, trial or decision thereof. 

5. Clerk. 

1. The clerk's office shall be kept in 
Chicago. 

2. The clerk shall not practice either 
as attorney or counsellor, in this court 
or in any other court. 

3. He shall, before he enters on the 
execution of his office, take an oath 
in the form prescribed by Section 794 
of the Revised Statutes, and shall give 
bond in a sum to be fixed and with 
sureties to be approved by the court, 
faithfully to discharge the duties of 
his office and seasonably to record the 
decrees, judgments and determinations 
of the court. A copy of such bond 



shall be entered on the journal of the 
court, and the bond shall be deposited 
for safe keeping as the court shall 
direct. 

4. He shall not permit any original 
record or paper to be taken from the 
court room or from the office without 
an order from the court. 

5. All fees collected by the clerk 
which are not properly taxable as costs 
in any case and which are not by law 
required to be by him deposited in the 
Treasury of the United States, shaJl 
constitute a fund to be expended by 
the clerk under the direction of the 
court in the purchase of law books for 
the library of the court. 

6. The clerk shall keep an accurate 
and itemized account of all moneys re- 
ceived by him officially, including costs 
and fees in cases in the court and fees 
and moneys collected on any account 
whatever, and shall deposit the same 
as received daily to his credit as clerk 
and separately from all individual ac- 
counts in a national bank designated 
by the senior judge; and at the end of 
each month and whenever required by 
the court or senior judge shall submit 
to the senior judge a detailed report 
showing by items all moneys received 
and all paid out during the month and 
the total balances on hand from each 
and all sources of receipt. Each re- 
port shall be accompanied by a state- 
ment over the signature of the cashier 
or other officer of the bank in which 
the deposit is kept of the amount in 
the bank to the credit of the clerk at 
the close of the last day included in 
the report. 

6. 3lHrshal, Crier ami Other omcers. 

1. The crier and bailiffs of the court, 
before entering upon their duties, shall 
take an oath in the form prescribed by 
Section 782 of the Revised Statutes. 

2. The marshal and crier shall be 
in attendance during the sessions of 
the court, with such number of bailiffs 
and messengers as the court may from 
time to time order. 

7. Attorneys and Connsellora. 

All attorneys and counsellors, ad- 
mitted to practice in the Supreme Court 
of the United States or in any Cir- 
cuit Court of the United States, or in 
the Supreme Court of a state in this 
circuit, mav become attorneys and 
counsellors "in this court on taking an 
oath or affirmation in the form pre- 
scribed hv rule 2 of the Supremo Court 
of the United States, and on subscrib- 
ing the roll. 

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be the same as in the Supreme Court 
of the United States. 

9. Process. 

All process of this court shall be in 
the name of the President of the United 
States, and shall be in like form and 
tested in the same manner as process 
of the Supreme Court. 
10. Bill of Exceptions and Transcript. 

1. The judges of the Circuit and 
District courts shall not allow any bill 
of exceptions which shall contain the 
charge of the court at large to the 
jury in trials at common law, and upon 
any general exception to the whole of 
said charge. But the party excepting 
shall be required to state distinctly 
the several matters of law in the 
charge to which he excepts, and those 
matters of law, and IJiose only, shall 
be inserted in the bill of exceptions 
and allowed by the court. 

2. A bill of exceptions shall contain 
of the evidence only such a statement 
as is necessary for the presentation and 
decision of questions saved for review, 
and unless there be saved a question 
which requires the consideration of all 
the evidence, a bill of exceptions con- 
taining all the evidence shall not be 
allowed. 

3. No document shall be copied 
more than once in a bill of exceptions 
or in a transcript of the record of the 
case, but instead there shall be in- 
serted a reference to the one copy set 
out. A motion for a new trial and 
orders and entries relating thereto 
shall not be set out in the transcript 
unless required by written praecipe, of 
which a copy shall also be set out. 

4. The cost of unnecessary matter in 
the bill of exceptions or transcript or 
in the printed record shall not be re- 
covered of the appellee or defendant 
in error, and in its discretion tlie court 
will in case of dispute appoint a ref- 
eree to determine and report what was 
necessary therein, and will tax the cost 
of the ref3r('nce as shall seem just. 

11. .Vssii;nnient of Errors. 
The plaintiff in error, or appellant, 
shall file with the clerk of the court 
below, with his petition for the writ 
of error ur appeal, an assignment of 
errors which shall specify separately 
and particularly each error asserted 
and Intended to be urged. No writ of 
error or appeal shall be allowed until 
such assignment of errors shall have 
been filed. When the error alleged is 
to the admission or to the rejection 
of evidence, the specification of the error 
shall quote the full substance of the 
evidence admitted or rejected. When 
the evidence rejected is oral testimony 
a written statement of the substance 
of what the witness was expected to 
testify shall be filed and brought to 
the attention of the court before the 
retirement of the jury. When the error 
alleged is to the charge of the court, 
each specification of error shall set out 
the part referred to totidem verbis, 
whether it be instructions given or in 
instructions refused, and shall state 
-distinctly the grounds of objection to 
an instruction given. Such assignment 
of errors shall form part of the trans- 
cript of the record and be printed with 
lit. When this is not done counsel will 
aiot be heard, except at the request of 



the court, and errors not assigned ac- 
cording to this rule will be disre- 
garded, but the court at its option may 
notice a plain error not assigned. (See 
Rule 24, post.) 

12. Objections to Evidence In tlie 

Record. 
In all cases of equity or admiralty 
jurisdiction, heard in this court, no 
objection shall be allowed to be taken 
to the admissibility of any deposition, 
deed, grant or exhibit or translation 
found in the record as evidence, unless 
objection was taken thereto in the 
court below and entered of record; but 
the same shall be otherwise deemed 
to have been admitted by consent. 

13. Supersedeas and Cost Bonds. 

1. Supersedeas bonds in the Circuit 
and District courts must be taken with 
good and sufficient security, that the 
plaintiff in error or appellant will pros- 
ecute his writ or appeal to effect, and 
answer all damages and costs if he 
fail to make his plea good. Such in- 
demnity, where the judgment^or decree 
is for the recovery of money not oth- 
erwise secured, must be for the whole 
amount of the judgment or decree, in- 
cluding just damages for delay, and 
interest and costs on the appeal; but 
in all suits where the property in con- 
troversy necessarily follows the suit, 
as in real actions and replevin, and in 
suits on mortgages, or where the prop- 
erty is in the custody of the marshal 
under admiralty process, or where the 
proceeds thereof, or a bond for the 
value thereof, is in the custody of the 
court, indemnity in all such cases will 
be required only in an amount suffi- 
cient to secure the sum recovered for 
the use and detention of the property, 
and the costs of the suit and darn- 
ages for delay and interest and costs 
en the appeal. 

2. On all appeals from any inter- 
locutoi-y order or decree granting or 
continuing an injunction in a Circuit 
or District court, the appellant shall, 
at the time of the allowance of said 
appeal, file with the clerk of such Cir- 
cuit or District court a bond to the 
opposite party in such sum as such 
court shall direct, to answer all costs 
if he shall fail to sustain his appeal. 
14. AVrits of Error, Appeals, Return 

and Record. 

1. The clerk of the court, to which 
any writ of error may be directed, 
.shall make a return of the same by 
transmitting a true copy of the record, 
bill of exceptions, assignment of er- 
rors, and all proceedings in the case 
necessary to the hearing in this court, 
under his hand and' seal of the court. 
The clerk may require of the appel- 
lant or plaintiff in error a written 
praecipe stating in detail what the 
transcript shall contain, and when a 
l)raecipe is filed shall inseft a copy 
thereof in the transcript. 

2. In all cases brought to this court, 
by writ of error or appeal, to review 
any judgment or decree, the clerk of 
the court by which such judgment or 
decree was rendered shall annex to 
and transmit with the record a copy 
of the opinion or opinions filed in the 
case. 

3. No case will be heard until a 
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containing in itself, and not by refer- 
ence, all the papers, exhibits, deposi- 
tions, and other proceeding's nedessary 
to the hearing in this court. 

4. "Whenever it shall be necessary 
or proper in the opinion of the pre- 
siding judge in any Circuit' or District 
court, that original papers of any kind 
should be inspected in this court upon 
writ of error or appeal, such presiding 
judge may make such rule or order for 
the safe-keeping, transporting and re- 
turn of such original papers as to him 
may seem proper, and this court will 
receive and consider such original 
papers in connection with the trans- 
cript of the proceeding. 

5. All appeals, writs of error and 
citations must be made returnable not 
exceeding thirty days from the date on 
v/hich the appeal is allowed, or the 
writ of error issued, whether the re- 
turn fall in vacation or in term time, 
and be served before the return day. 
If a party be non-resident the citation 
and any other writ or notice necessary 
in the prosecution of the appeal or 
writ of error may be served upon such 
party's counsel or attorney of record, 
who for such purpose may not be dis- 
charged unless another resident be 
designated of record in the case upon 
whom service may be made. 

6. The record in cases of admiralty 
and maritime jurisdiction shall be 
made up as provided in General Ad- 
miralty Rule No. 52 of the Supreme 
Court. 

15. Translations. 

"Whenever any record transmitted to 
this court upon a writ of error or ap- 
peal shall contain any document, paper, 
testimony, or other proceeding in a for- 
eign language, and the record does not 
also contain a translation of such docu- 
ment, paper, testimony or other pro- 
ceeding, made under the authority of 
the inferior court, or admitted to be 
correct, the record shall not be printed, 
but the case shall be reported to this 
court by the clerk, and the court will 
thereupon remand it back to the in- 
ferior court, in order that a translation 
may be there supplied and inserted in 
the record. 

16. Docketing Cases. 

1. It shall be the duty of the plain- 
tiff in error or appellant to docket the 
case and file the record thereof with 
the clerk of this court by or before 
the return day, whether in vacation or 
in term time. But for good cause 
shown the justice or judge who signed 
the citation, or any judge of this court, 
may enlarge the time by or before its 
expiration, the order of enlargement to 
be filed with the clerk of this court. 
If the plaintiff in error or appellant 
shall fail to comply with this rule, the 
defendant in error or appellee may 
have the cause docketed and dismissed 
i:pon producing a certificate, whether 
in term or vacation, from the clerk 
of the court wherein the judgment or 
decree was rendered, stating the case 
and certifying that such writ of error 
cr appeal had been duly sued out or 
allowed. And in no case shall the 
plaintiff in error or appellant be en- 
titled to docket the case and file the 
record after" The same shall have been 

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dockered and dismissed under this rule, 
unless by order of the court. 

2. But the defendant in error or ap- 
pellee may, at his option, docket the 
case and file a copy of the record with 
the clerk of this court, and if the 
case is docketed and a copy of the 
record filed with the clerk of this court 
by the plaintiff in error or appellant 
within the period of time above limited 
and prescribed by this rule, or by the 
defendant in error or appellee at anv 
time thereafter, the case shall stand 
for argument in due course. 

?'. Upon the filing of the transcript 
of a record brought up by writ of error 
or appeal, the appearance of the coun- 
sel for the party docketing the case 
shall be entered. 

17. Docket. 

The clerk shall prepare calendars of 
causes for the regular terms of this 
court, to be held on the first Tuesday 
of October in each year, and for each 
adjourned session; placing thereon in 
proper chronological order only cases 
in which the record having been 
printed, briefs upon both sides have 
been filed seven days before the be- 
ginning of the term or session. 

IS. Certiorari. 

No certiorari for diminution of the 
record will be hereafter awarded in 
any case, unless a motion therefor shall 
be made in writing, and the facts on 
which the same is founded shall, if 
not admitted by the other partv, be 
verified by affidavit. And any motion 
for such certiorari must be made at 
the first term of the entry of the case, 
otherwise the same will not be granted, 
unless upon special cause shown to the 
court, accounting satisfactorily for the 
delay. 

19. Death of a Party. 

1. "Whenever, pending a writ of error 
or appeal in this court, either party 
shall die, the proper representatives 
in the personalty or realty of the de- 
ceased party, according to the nature 
of the case, may voluntarily come in, 
and be admitted parties to the suit, 
and thereupon the case shall be heard 
and determined as other cases, and if 
such representatives shall not volun- 
tarily become parties, then the otlier 
party may suggest the deatli on the 
record, and thereupon, on motion, ob- 
tain an order that unless such repre- 
sentatives shall become parties within 
sixty days, the party moving for such 
order, if defendant in error, shall be 
entitled to have the writ of error or 
appeal dismissed, and if the party so 
moving sliall be plaintiff in error, lie 
shall be entitled to open the record, 
and, on hearing, have the judgment 
or decree reversed, if it be erroneous. 
Provided, however, that a copy of every 
sucli order sliall be personally served 
on such representatives at least tliirty 
days before the expiration of such sixty 
days. 

2. "When the death of a party is sug- 
gested and the representatives of the 
deceased do not appear within ten days 
after the expiration of sucli sixty days, 
and no measure shall have been taken 
by the opposite party within tliat time 
to compel their appearance, the writ 
of error or appeal sliall abate. 



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3. When either party to a suit in a 
Circuit or District Court of the United 
States shall desire to prosecute a writ 
of error or appeal to this court from 
any final judgment or decree rendered 
in the Circuit or District Court, and 
at the time of suing out such writ of 
error or appeal, the other party to the 
suit shall be dead and have no proper 
representative within the jurisdiction 
of the court which rendered such final 
judgment or decree, so that tlie suit 
cannot be revived in that court, but 
shall have a proper representative in 
some State or Territory in the United 
States, or in the District of Columbia, 
the party desiring such writ of error 
or appeal may procure the same, and 
may have proceedings on such judg- 
ment or decree superseded or stayed 
in the same manner as is now allowed 
by law in other cases, and shall, there- 
upon, proceed with such writ of error 
or appeal as in other cases. And within 
thirtv days after the filing of the rec- 
ord in this court, the plaintiff in error 
or appellant shall make a suggestion 
to the court supported by affidavit, 
that the said party was dead when the 
writ of error or appeal was taken or 
sued out, and had no proper represen- 
tative within the jurisdiction of the 
court which rendered such judgment or 
decree so that the suit could not be 
revived in that court, and that said 
party had a proper representative in 
some State or Territory of the United 
States, or in the District of Columbia, 
and stating therein the name and char- 
acter of such representative, and the 
State or Territory or District in which 
such representative resides, and upon 
such suggestion, he may on motion ob- 
tain an order that unless such repre- 
sentative shall make himself a paj:-tv 
within ninety days, the plaintiff in 
error or appellant shall be entitled to 
open the record, and, on hearing, have 
the judgment or decree reversed if the 
same be erroneous: 

Provided, however, that a proper cita- 
tion reciting the substance of such 
order shall be served upon such rep- 
resentative, either personally or by 
being Jeft at his residence, at least 
thirty days before the expiration of 
such ninety days: 

Provided, also, that in every such 
case, if the representative of the de- 
ceased party does not appear within 
ten days after the expiration of such 
ninety days, and the measures above 
provided to compel the appearance of 
such representative have not been 
taken within the time as above re- 
quired, by the opposite party, the case 
shall abate; and provided, also, that 
the said representative may at any 
time, before or after said suggestion, 
come in and be made a party to the 
suit, and thereupon the case shall pro- 
ceed and be heard and determined as 
other cases. (See Sec. 9, Act of March 
3, 1875. Sup. Rev. Stat., p. 177.) 

20. DlBmisHiiiK Cases. 

Whenever the parties to a writ of 
error or an appeal shall, by their at- 
torneys of record, sign and file with 
the clerk an agreement in writing di- 
recting the case to be dismissed, and 
specifying the terms on which it is to 
be dismissed, in respect to costs, and 
shall pay to the clerk any fees that 



may be due to him, the clerk shall 
enter the case dismissed, and shall give 
to either party requesting it a copy 
of the agreement filed, but no man- 
date or other process shall issue with- 
out an order of the court 

21. Motions. 

1. All motions to the court shall be 
reduced to writing and shall contain 
a brief statement of the facts and the 
object of the motion. 

2. One-half hour on each side shall 
be allowed for the argument of a mo- 
tion, and no more, without special leave 
of the court, granted before the argu- 
ment begins. 

3. No motion to dismiss, except on 
special assignment by the, court, shall 
be heard, unless previous notice has 
been given to the adverse party, or 
the counsel or attorney of such party. 

22. Parties not Ready. 

1. Where no counsel appears, and 
no brief has been filed for the plain- 
tiff in error or appellant, wTien the 
case is called for trial the other party 
may have the writ of error or appeal 
dismissed. 

2. If the appellee or defendant in 
error fails to appear when the case is 
called, the court may proceed to hear 
argument on the part of the plaintiff 
in error or appellant and to give judg- 
ment according to the right of the 
case. 

3. When a case is reached in the 
regular call of the docket, and there is 
no appearance for either party, and no 
brief on file for the appellant or plain- 
tiff in error, the case shall be dis- 
missed at the cost of the appellant or 
plaintiff in error. 

23. Printing the Record. 

1. In all cases the plaintiff in error 
or appellant on docketing a case and 
filing the record shall enter into an 
undertaking to the clerk with surety to 
be approved by the clerk for the pay- 
ment of all costs which shall be in- 
curred in the cause, shall deposit with 
the clerk twenty-five dollars to be ap- 
plied to the payment of costs and fees, 
and from time to time when necessary 
shall, on the demand of the clerk, make 
further deposits for that use. 

2. The clerk, upon the docketing of 
a case, shall forthwith cause an esti- 
mate to be made of the cost of print- 
ing the record and of his fees for pre- 
paring it for the printer and for super- 
vising the printing thereof, and shall 
at once notify the attorney for the 
plaintiff in error,, or appellant, of the 
amount of such estimate, which shall 
be paid to the clerk within ten days 
after such notice. If not so paid, the 
writ of error or appeal may be dis- 
missed upon the motion of the opposite 
party, or by the court of its own mo- 
tion. 

3. The clerk shall cause the rec- 
ord in each case to be printed forth- 
with after the payment of such esti- 
mate, and shall immediately thereafter 
furnish to each of the respective par- 
ties at least three copies of the print- 
ed record, taking a receipt therefor. 
The parties may, by written stipulation 
filed with or prior to the filing of the 
record, agree that only parts of the 
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will be heard on the parts so printed 
only, unless the court sliall direct the 
printing of other parts. 

4. The clerk shall cause at least 
twenty-five copies of the record to be 
printed and may print a larger num- 
ber on the request of eitlier party on 
the payment of the amount necessary 
for the printing of such extra copies. 

5. The clerk shall supervise the 
printing and see that the printed rec- 
ord is indexed properly, and in a man- 
ner to indicate briefly the character of 
each document and exhibit referred to. 
He shall distribute the printed copies 
to the judges of the court from time 
to time as required. If the cost of 
printing the record, together with the 
clerk's fee for supervising the same, 
shall be less than the amount esti- 
mated and paid, the difference shall be 
refunded by the clerk to the party 
paying the same. If the actual cost 
and the clerk's fee shall exceed the 
estimate, the amount of the excess 
shall be paid to the clerk before he 
shall deliver or file the printed record 
or copies thereof. 

6. In case of reversal, affirmance or 
dismissal with costs, the amount of the 
cost of the printing of the record and 
of the clerk's fee for supervising the 
same, shall be taxed against the party 
against whom costs are given, and 
shall be inserted in the body of the 
mandate or other proper process. 

7. Upon the clerk's producing satis- 
factory evidence by affidavit, or by the 
acknowledgment of the parties or their 
sureties or attorneys, of having served 
a copy of the bill of fees due from 
them respectively in this court on such 
parties, their sureties or attorneys, an 
attachment shall issue against such 
parties or their sureties, respectively, 
to compel the payment of said fees. 

S. The clerk shall adopt a uniform 
size for the printing of all records, 
shall have them printed in small pica 
type, on clear white paper, with a mar- 
gin of not less than an inch and a half, 
shall show by note or memorandum on 
the margin the time when each plead- 
ing or document was filed, and at the 
top of the pages shall insert running 
titles of their contents. 

9. The briefs of attorneys shall be 
printed, and shall conform as nearly 
as practicable to the size of the printed 
record. 

10. The clerk shall, on or before the 
conclusion of each case, collect and file 
or otherwise preserve together one 
copy of the printed record and of each 
brief, printed motion and argument 
submitted therein. 

11. In any case where the record 
shall have been printed in the court 
below, in substantial conformity to 
these rules, the presiding judge may 
on the application of the plaintiff in 
error or appellant order that such 
printed record be used in place of the 
printing hereinbefore provided for. 
But the clerk shall prepare and cause 
to be printed and attached to such 
record an index, and shall be paid the 
same fees for the indexing and super- 
vising thereof as if printed under his 
supervision. 

12. The clerk of this court shall ob- 
tain sealed proposals for the printing 
hereinbefore provided for, which pro- 
posals shall be submitted to the senior 



circuit judge of the court, who may 
award such printing to the lowest and 
best bidder, and all such printing shall 
be done by the person to whom the 
same is so awarded, except in emerg- 
encies when printing may be done by 
another at the same or less price. And 
when a case shall be heard upon the 
record printed below, the costs for 
printing shall be taxed on the basis 
of actual cost not exceeding the rate 
of the accepted bid. 

13. The fees of the clerk of this 
court, as prescribed by order of the 
Supreme Court, made February 28, 1898, 
are as follows: 
Docketing a case and filing the 

record f 5.00 

Entering an appearance 25 

Transferring a case to the print- 
ed calendar i.oo 

Entering a continuance 25 

Filing a motion, order, or other 

paper 25 

Entering any rule, or making or 
copying any record or other 
paper, for each one hundred 

words 20 

Entej-ing a judgment or decree. l.uO 
Every search of the records of 
the court and certifying the 

same 1.00 

Affixing- a certificate and a seal 

to any paper I.OO 

Receiving, keeping, and paying 
money, in pursuance of any 
statute or order of court, one 
per cent, on the amount so re- 
ceived, kept, and paid. 
Preparing the record for the 
printer, indexing the same, su- 
pervising the printing and dis- 
tril)uting the copies, for each 
printed page of the record and 

index 25 

Making a manuscript copy of the 
record, when required by the 
rules, for each one hundred 
words (but nothing in addition 
for supervising the printing) . . .20 
Issuing a writ of error and ac- 
companying papers, or a man- 
date or other process 5.00 

Filing briefs, for each party ap- 
pearing 5.00 

Copy of an opinion of the court, 
certified under seal, for each 
printed page (but not to ex- 
ceed five dollars in the whole 

for any copy) 1.00 

Attorney's docket fee 20.00 

24. Briefs. 

1. The counsel for the plaintiff in 
error or appellant shall file with the 
clerk of this court, within twenty days 
after the date of the delivery by the 
clerk of the printed record, twenty 
copies of a printed brief, one of which 
shall, on application, be furnished to 
each of the counsel engaged upon the 
opposite side. 

2. This brief shall contain, in the 
order here stated, and under the re- 
spective titles, "Statement of Case." 
"Errors Relied Upon," and "Brief of 
Argument": 

(1) A concise abstract, or statement 
of the case, presenting succinctly the 
questions involved, in the manner in 
wliich thev are raised. 

(2) A "specification of the errors 
relied upon, which, in cases brought 
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separately and particularly each error 
asserted and intended to be urged, and 
in cases brought up by appeal the 
specification shall state, as particularly 
as may be, in what the decree is al- 
leged to be erroneous. When the error 
alleged is to the admission or to the 
rejection of evidence, the specication 
shall quote the full substance of the 
evidence admitted or rejected. When 
the error alleged is to the charge of 
the court, the specifications shall set 
out the part referred to totidem verbis, 
whether it be in an instruction given 
or in one refused. When the error al- 
leged is to a ruling upon the report 
of a master the specifications shall 
state the exception to the report and 
the action of the court upon it. Fol- 
lowing each specification there shall 
be a reference by page to the portion 
of the printed record on which the 
Question arises. 

(3) A brief of the argument exhib- 
iting a clear statement of the points 
of law or fact to be discussed, with a 
leferente to the pages of the record 
and the authorities relied upon in sup- 
port of each point. When a statute of 
a state is cited, so much thereof as 
may be deemed necessary to the de- 
cision of the case shall be printed at 
length. 

3. The counsel for the defendant in 
error or the appellee shall file with 
the clerk twenty printed copies of his 
brief within twenty days after the fil- 
ing of the brief of the plaintiff in 
error or appellant. His brief shall con- 
form to the requirements of this rule 
except that no specification of errors 
shall be required, and no statement of 
the case, unless that presented by the 
plaintiff in error or appellant is con- 
troverted. Either party, at or before 
the argument of the cause, may file a 
supplemental brief strictly confined to 
matter in reply to the brief of the op- 
posite party. 

4. When there is no assignment of 
errors, as required by section 997 of 
the Revised Statutes, counsel will not 
be heard, except at the request of the 
court, and errors not specified according 
to this rule, and rule 11, ante, will be 
disregarded; but the court at its op- 
tion may notice a plain error involv- 
ing the merits of the case, though not 
assigned or specified, and though the 
Question be not saved according to the 
strict rules of practice, if it be ap- 
parent of record that the point was 
contested and not waived in the court 
below. 

5. When, according to this rule, a 
plaintiff in error or appellant is in de- 
fault, the case may be dismissed on 
motion, and when a defendant in error 
or appellee is in default, he will not 
be hoard except on consent of his ad- 
versarv, or by request of the court. 

6. When no counsel appears for one 
of the parties, and no printed brief or 
argument has been filed, only one coun- 
sel will be heard for the adverse party, 
but if a printed brief or argument has 
been filed, tlie adverse party will b& 
entitled to be hoard by two counsel. 

25. Oral Areumeuts. 

1. The plaintiff in error or appel- 
lant in this court shall be entitled to 
open and conclude the argument of 
the case. But when there are cross- 



appeals they shall be argued together 
as one case, and the plaintiff in the 
court below shall be entitled to open 
and conclude the argument. 

2. Only two counsel will be heard 
for each party on the argument of a 
case. 

3. Two hours on each side will be 
allowed for the argument and no more, 
without special leave of the court 
granted before the argument begins. 
The time thus allowed may be appor- 
tioned between the counsel on the 
same side at their discretion; provided, 
always, that a fair opening of the case 
shall be made by the party having the 
opening and closing arguments. 

4. lieading at length from briefs oi' 
reported cases shall not be indulged. 

26. Oplnious of the Court. 

1. All opinions delivered by the 
court shall, immediately upon the de- 
livery thereof, be handed to the clerk 
to be recorded. 

2. The original opinions of the court 
shall be filed with the clerk of this 
court for preservation. 

3. Opinions printed under the super- 
vision of the judge delivering the same 
need not be copied by the clerk into a 
book of records, but, at the end of each 
term, the clerk shall cause such print- 
ed opinions to be bound in a substan- 
tial manner into one or more volumes, 
and when so bound they shall be 
deemed to have been recorded within 
the meaning of this rule. 

27. Reheariug-. 

A petition for rehearing must be filed 
within thirty days after entry of judg- 
ment or decree, or after filing of the 
opinion, shall be in print, and be served 
forthwith by copy upon the opposing 
party, who, within twenty days from 
such service, may file a printed answer, 
and the petition shall be determined 
without oral arguments, unless other- 
wise ordered. If a petition be not filed 
within the time allowed, and upon the 
overruling of a petition, the clerk shall, 
without special order, issue the man- 
date of the court to the court below. 
Twenty copies of such petition or an- 
swer shall be filed with the clerk of 
this court. 

28. Interest. 

1. When a judgment for the pay- 
ment of money is artirmed by this 
court, the interest thereon shall be 
calculated and levied from the date of 
the judgment below until the same is 
paid, and at the same rate that similar 
judgments bear interest in the courts 
of the State where such judgment was 
rendered. 

2. In all cases where a writ of error 
shall delay the proceedings on the 
judgment of the inferior court, and 
shall appear to have been sued out 
merely for delay, damages at a rate 
not exceeding ten per cent., in addition 
to interest, shall be awarded on the 
amount of the judgment. 

3. The same rule sliall be applied to 
decrees for the payment of money in 
cases in equity, unless otherwise or- 
dered by this court. 

4. In cases in admiralty, damages 
and interest may be allowed, if speci- 
ally directed by the court. 

5. In cases where money is paid into 
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for an order that the clerk deposit the 
same under the direction of the court. 
On deposits so made, the clerk shall 
account for such interest as he may 
have collected on the fund. But with- 
out such order he shall not be requ'ired 
to account for interest. 

29. Costs. 

1. When any suit shall be dismissed 
in this court, except for want of juris- 
diction, costs shall be allowed to the 
defendant in error or appellee, unless 
othei'wise agreed by the parties. 

2. In every case of a judgment or 
decree affirmed in this court costs shall 
be allowed to the defendant in error 
or appellee unless otherwise ordered 
by the court. 

3. In every case of reversal of a 
judgment or decree in this court costs 
.shall _be allowed to the plaintiff in 
error or appellant unless otherwise or- 
dered by the court. The costs of the 
transcript of tlie record from the court 
below shall be taxable in that court as 
costs in the case. 

4. No costs shall be allowed in this 
court for or against the United States. 

5. When costs are allowed in this 
court, it shall be the duty of the clerk 
to insert the amount thereof in the 
body of the mandate, or other proper 
process, sent to the court below, di- 
recting to award execution thereupon 
and to annex to the same the bill of 
items taxed in detail. 

6. In all cases certified to the Su- 
preme Court or removed thereto by cer- 
tiorari or otherwise, the fees of the 
clerk of this court shall be paid before 
a transcript of the record shall be 
transmitted to the Supreme Court. 

30. Man«late. 

In all cases finally determined in this 
court, a mandate or other proper pro- 
cess in the nature of a procedendo shall 
be issued, on the order or by the rule 
of this court, to the court below, for 
the purpose of informing such court 
of the proceedings in this court, so 
that further proceedings may be had in 
such court as to law and justice may 
appertain. 

31. Custody of Prisouers on Habeas 

Corpus. 

1. Pending an appeal from the final 
decision of any court or judge declin- 
ing to grant the writ of habeas corpus, 
the custody of the prisoner shall not 
be disturbed. 

2. Pending an appeal from the final 
decision of any court or judge dis- 
charging the writ after it has been is- 
sued, the prisoner shall be remanded 
to the custody from which he was 
taken by the writ, or shall, for good 
cause shown, be detained in the cus- 
tody of the court or judge, or be en- 
larged upon recognizance, as herein- 
after provided. 

3. Pending an appeal from the final 
decision of any court or judge dis- 
charging the prisoner, he shall be en- 
larged upon recognizance, with surety 
for appearance to answer the judg- 
ment of the Appellate Court except 
where, for special reasons, sureties 
ought not to be required. 

32. 3Iodels, Diagrams and Exhibits. 
Models, diagrams and exhibits of ma- 



terial forming part of the evidence 
taken in the court below, and in any 
case pending in this court on writ 
of error or appeal, shall be placed in 
the custody of the marshal for the use 
of this court at least ten days before 
the case is heard or submitted; and 
shall be taken away by the parties 
within one month after the case is de- 
cided. When this is not done, it shall 
be the duty of the marshal to notify 
the counsel in the case, by mail or oth- 
erwise, of the requirements of this rule, 
and, if the articles are not removed 
within a reasonable time after thfe no- 
tice is given, he shall destroy or make 
such other disposition of them as to 
him may seem best. 

33. La^v Lilbrary. 

1. The library of the court shall be 
under the general supervision and cus- 
tody of the clerk of the court. 

2. No book shall be removed from 
the library except upon a written order 
of a judge of this court, except that 
during the sessions of the court any 
lawyer who has a case upon the docket, 
upon written application to the clerk 
and upon the clerk's written order, 
may take from the library not exceed- 
ing three volumes at a time, being re- 
sponsible for the return thereof within 
twenty-four hours, and in default of 
return shall pay to the clerk for the 
library fund twice the value thereof, 
but if returned in good condition one 
dollar for each day's detention beyond 
the limited time. 

34. Writs of Error in Criminal Cases. 

1. Writs of error from this court to 
review criminal cases tried in any dis- 
trict or circuit court of the United 
States within this circuit, may be al- 
lowed in term time or in vacation b5' 
the circuit justice assigned to this cir- 
cuit, or by any of the circuit judges 
within the circuit, or by any district 
judge within his district, and the 
proper security be taken, and the cita- 
tion signed by him, and he may also 
grant a supersedeas and stay of exe- 
cution or proceedings, pending the de- 
termination of such writ of error. 

2. Where such writ of error is al- 
lowed in the criminal cases aforesaid, 
the circuit court or the district court 
before which the accused was tried, or 
the districi judge of the district where- 
in he was tried, within his district, 
or the circuit justice assigned to this 
circuit, or any of the circuit judges 
within the circuit, shall have the 
power, after the citation has been duly 
served, to admit the accused to bail 
and to fix the amount of such bail. 

ACT CKEATIXG 
United States Circuit Court of Appeals. 

Approved March 3, 1S91. 
26 United States Statutes at Large, S26. 

Chap. 517. An act to establish cir- 
cuit courts of appeals and to define 
and regulate in certain cases fhe juris- 
diction of the courts of the United 
States, and for other purposes. 

Be it enacted by the Senate and 
House of Representatives of the United 
States of America in Congress assem- 
bled. That there shall be appointed by 
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and with the advice and consent of the 
Senate, in each circuit an additional 
circuit judge, wlio shall have the same 
qualifications, and shall have the same 
power and jurisdiction therein that the 
circuit judges of the United States, 
■within their respective circuits, now 
have under existing laws, and who 
shall be entitled to the same compen- 
sation as the circuit judges of the 
United States in their respective cir- 
cuits now have. 

Sec. 2. That there is hereby created 
in each circuit a circuit court of ap- 
peals, which shall consist of three 
judges, of whom two shall constitute a 
quorum, and which shall be a court of 
record with appellate jurisdiction, as is 
hereafter limited and established. Such 
court shall prescribe the form and style 
of its seal and the form of writs and 
other process and procedure as may be 
conformable to the exercise of its juris- 
diction as shall be conferred by law. 
It shall have the appointment of the 
marshal of the court with the same 
duties and powers under the regula- 
tions of the court as are now provided 
for the marshal of the Supreme Court 
of the United States, so far as the 
same may be applicable. The court 
shall also appoint a clerk, wh,o shall 
perform and exercise the same duties 
and powers in regard to all matters 
within its jurisdiction as are now exer- 
cised and performed by the clerk of 
the Supreme Court of the United States, 
so far as the same may be applicable. 
The salary of the marshal of the court 
shall be twenty-five hundred dollars a 
year, and the salary of the clerk of 
the court shall be three thousand dol- 
lars a year, to be paid in equal pro- 
portions quarterly. The costs and fees 
in the Supreme Court now provided 
lor by law shall be costs and fees 
in the circuit courts of appeals; and 
the same shall be expended, accounted 
for, and paid for, and paid over to the 
Treasury Department of the United 
States in the same manner as is pro- 
vided in respect to the costs and fees 
in the Supreme Court. 

The court shall have power to es- 
taVjlish all rules and regulations for 
the conduct of the business of the 
court within its jurisdiction as con- 
ferred by law. 

Sec. 3. That the Chief-.Tustice and 
the associate justices of the Supreme 
Court assigned to each circuit, and 
the circuit judges within each circuit, 
and the several district judges within' 
each circuit, shall be competent to sit 
as judges of the circuit court of ap- 
peals within their respective circuits 
in the manner hereinafter provided. In 
case the Chief-Justice or an associate 
justice of the Supreme Court should 
attend at any session of the circuit 
court of appeals, he shall preside, and 
the circuit judges in attendance upon 
the court In the absence of the Chief- 
Justice or associate justice of the Su- 
preme Court shall preside in the order 
of the seniority of their respective 
commissions. 

In case the full court at any time 
shall not be made up by the attend- 
ance of the Chief-Justice or an asso- 
ciate justice of the Supreme Court and 
circuit judges, one or more district 
judges within the circuit shall be com- 
petent to sit in the court according to 



such order or provision among the dis- 
trict judges as either by general or 
particular assignment shall be desig- 
nated by the court: Provided, That no 
justice or judge before whom a cause 
or question may have been tried or 
heard in a district court, or existing 
court, shall sit on the trial or hearing 
of such cause or question in the cir- 
cuit court of appeals. A term shall be 
held annually by the circuit court of 
appeals in the several judicial circuits, 
at the following places: In the first 
circuit, in the city of Boston; in the 
second circuit, in the city of New 
York; in the third circuit, in the city 
of Philadelphia; in the fourth circuit, 
in the city of Richmond; in the fifth 
circuit, in the city of New Orleans; in 
the sixth circuit, in the city of Cin- 
cinnati; in the seventh circuit, in the 
city of Chicago; in the eighth circuit, 
in the city of Saint Louis; in the ninth 
circuit, in the city of San Francisco; 
and in such other places in each of the 
above circuits as said court may from 
time to time designate. The first terms 
of said courts shall be held on the 
second Monday in January, eighteen 
hundred and ninety-one, and thereafter 
at such times as may be fixed by said 
courts. 

Sec. 4. That no appeal, whether by 
writ of error or otherwise, shall here- 
after be taken or allowed from any 
district court to the existing circuit 
courts, and no appellate jurisdiction 
shall hereafter be exercised or allowed 
by said existing circuit courts, but all 
appeals by writ of error or otherwise, 
from said district courts, shall only be 
subject to review in the Supreme Court 
of the United States or in the circuit 
court of appeals hereby established, as 
is hereinafter provided, and the review 
by appeal, by writ of error, or other- 
wise, from the existing circuit courts 
shall be had only in the Supreme Court 
of the United States or in the circuit 
courts of appeals hereby established 
according to the provisions of this act 
regulating the same. 

Sec. 5. That appeals or writs of error 
may be taken from the district courts 
or from the existing circuit courts, di- 
rect to the Supreme Court, in the fol- 
lowing cases: 

In any case in which the jurisdiction 
of the court is in issue; in such cases 
the question of jurisdiction alone shall 
be certified to the Supreme Court from 
the court below for decision. 

From the final sentences and decrees 
in prize causes. 

In cases of a conviction of a capital 
or otherwise infamous crime. 

(See amendment, page 27.) 

In any case tliat involves the con- 
struction or application of the Consti- 
tution of the United States. 

In any case in which the constitu- 
tionality of any law of the United 
States, or the validity or construction 
of any treaty made under its author- 
ity, is drawn in question. 

In any case in \vhich the constitution 
or law "of a State is claimed to be in 
contravention of the Constitution of the 
United States. 

Nothing in this act shall affect the 
jurisdiction of the Supreme Court in 
cases appealed from the highest court 
of a State, nor the construction of the 



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Kulos of I uited States Circuit Court of Appeals. 



statute providing for a review of such 
cases. 

Sec. 6. That the circuit court of ap- 
peals established by this act shall exer- 
cise appellate jurisdiction to review by 
appeal or by writ of error final de- 
cisions in the district court and the 
existing circuit courts in all cases 
other than those provided for in the 
preceding section of this act, unless 
otherwise provided by law, and the 
judgments or decrees of the circuit 
courts of appeals shall be final in all 
cases in which the jurisdiction is de- 
pendent entirely upon the opposite par- 
ties to the suit or controversy, being 
a.liens and citizens of the United States 
or citizens of different States; also in 
all cases arising under the patent laws. 
under the revenue laws, and under the 
criminal laws, and in admiralty cases, 
excepting that in every such subject 
within its appellate jurisdiction the 
circuit court of appeals at anv time 
may certify to the Supreme Court of 
the United States any questions or 
propositions of Jaw concerning which 
it desires the instruction of that court 
for its proper decision. And there- 
upon the Supreme Court may either 
give its instruction on the questions and 
propositions certified to it, which shall 
be binding upon the circuit courts of 
appeals in such case, or it may re- 
quire that the whole record and cause 
may be sent up to it for its consid- 
eration, and thereupon shall decide the 
whole matter in controversy in the 
same manner as if it had been brought 
there for review by writ of error or 
appeal. 

And excepting also that in any such 
case as is hereinbefore made final in 
the circuit courts of appeals it shall 
be competent for the Supreme Court 
to require, by certiorari or otherwise, 
any such case to be certified to the 
Supreme Court for its review and de- 
termination with the same power and 
authority in the case as if it had been 
carried by appeal or writ of error to 
the Supreme Court. 

In all cases not hereinbefore in this 
section made final there shall be of 
right an appeal or writ of errOr or 
review of the case by the Supreme 
Court of the United States where the 
matter in controversy shall exceed one 
thousand dollars besides costs. But no 
such appeal shall be taken or writ of 
error sued out unless within one year 
after the entry of the order, judg- 
ment or decree sought to be reviewed. 

An Act to amend the seventh section 
of the Act entitled "An Act to establish 
circuit courts of appeals and to define 
and regulate in certain cases the juris- 
diction of the courts of the UnitecJ 
States, and for other purposes," ap- 
proved March third, eighteen hundred 
and ninety-one, and the several Acts 
amendatory thereto. 

Be it enacted by the Senate and 
House of Representatives of the United 
States of America in Congress assem- 
bled. That the seventh section of the 
Act of Congress entitled "An Act to 
establish circuit courts of appeals and 
to define and regulate in certain cases 
the jurisdiction of the courts of the 
United States, and for other purposes," 
approved March third, eighteen hun- 
dred and ninety-one, as amended by 
Act approved June sixth, nineteen hun- 

337 



dred, be, and it is hereby, amended to 
read as follows: 

"Sec. 7. That where, upon a hear- 
ing in equity in a district or in a cir- 
cuit court, or by a judge thereof in 
vacation, an injunction shall be granted 
or continued, or a receiver appointed 
by an interlocutory order or decree, 
in any cause an appeal may be taken 
from such interlocutory order or decree 
granting or continuing such injunction, 
or appointing such receiver, to the cir- 
cuit court of appeals: Provided. That 
the appeal must be taken within thirty 
days from entry of such order or de- 
cree, and it shall take precedence in 
the appellate court; and the proceed- 
ings in other respects in the court be- 
low shall not be stayed unless other- 
wise ordered by that court, or by the 
appellate court, or a judge thereof, 
during the pendency of such appeal: 
Provided further. That the court below 
may, in its discretion, require as a con- 
dition of the appeal an additional 
bond." 

Approved, April 14, 1906. 

Sec. 8. That any justice or judge, 
who, in pursuance of the provisions of 
this act, shall attend the circuit court 
of appeals held at any place other than 
where he resides shall, upon his writ- 
ten certificate, be paid by the marshal 
of the district in which the court shall 
be held his reasonable expenses for 
travel and attendance, not to exceed 
ten dollars per day, and such payment 
shall be allowed the marshal in the 
settlement of his accounts with the 
United States. 

Sec. 9. That the marshals of the 
several districts in which said circuit 
court of appeals may be held shaU, 
under the direction of the Attorney- 
General of the United States, and with 
his approval, provide such rooms in 
the public buildings of the United 
States as may be necessary, and pay 
all incidental expenses of said court, 
including criers, bailiffs and messen- 
gers: Provided, ho^\'ever, Tliat in case 
proper rooms cannot be provided in 
such buildings, then the said marshals, 
with the approval of the Attorney-Gen- 
eral of the United States, may. from 
time to time, lease such rooms as may 
be necessary for such courts. That the 
marshals, criers, clerks, bailiff and 
messengers shall be allowed the same 
compensation for their respective serv- 
ices as are allo'wed for similar serv- 
ices in the existing circuit courts. 

Sec. 10. That whenever on appeal 
or writ of error or otherwise a case 
coming directly from the district court 
or existing circuit court shall be re- 
viewed and determined in the Supreme 
Court tlie cause shall be remanded to 
tlie prooer district or circuit court for 
further proceedings to be taken in 
pursuance of such determination. And 
whenever on api)eal or writ of error 
or otherwise a case coming from a 
circuit court of appeals shall be re- 
viewed and determined in tlie Supreme 
Court the cause shall be remanded by 
the Supreme Court to the proper dis- 
trict or circuit court for further pro- 
ceedings in pursuance of such determi- 
nation. W^henever on appeal or writ of 
error or otherwise a case coming from 
a district or circuit court shall be re- 
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Rules of United States Circuit Court of Appeals. 



court of appeals in a case in wliich 
the decision in the circuit court of ap- 
peals is final such cause shall be re- 
manded to the said district or circuit 
court for further proceedings to be 
there taken in pursuance of such de- 
termination. 

Sec. 11. That no appeal or writ of 
error by which any order, judgment, 
or decree may be reviewed in the cir- 
cuit courts of appeals under the pro- 
visions of this act shall be taken or 
sued out except within six months 
after the entry of the order, judgment, 
or decree sought to be reviewed: Pro- 
vided, however, That in all cases in 
which a lesser time is now by law lim- 
ited for appeals or writs of error such 
limits of time shall apply to appeals 
or writs of error in such cases taken 
to or sued out from the circuit courts 
of appeals. And all provisions of law 
now in force regulating the methods 
and system of review, through appeals 
or writs of error, shall regulate the 
methods and system of appeals and 
writs of error provided for in this act 
in respect of the circuit courts of ap- 
peals, including all provisions for 
bonds or other securities to be required 
and taken on such appeals and writs 
of error, and any judge of the circuit 
courts of appeals, in respect to cases 
brought or to be brought to that court, 
shall have the same powers and duties 
as to the allowance of appeals or 
writs of error, and the conditions of 
such allowance, as now by law belong 
to the justices or judges in respect of 
the existing courts of the United 
States, respectively. 

Sec. 12. That the circuit court of 
appeals shall have the ■ powers speci- 
fied in section seven hundred and six- 
teen- of the Revised Statutes of the 
United States. 

Sec. 13. Appeals and writs of error 
may be taken and prosecuted from the 
decisions of the United States court in 
the Indian Territory to the Supreme 
Court of the United States, or to the 
circuit court of appeals in- the eighth 
circuit, in the same manner aiid under 
the same regulations as from the cir- 
cuit or district courts of the UTtited 
States, under this act. 

Sec. 14. That section six hundred 
and ninety-one of the Revised Stat- 
utes of tlie United States and section 
three of an act entitled "An act to fa- 
cilitate tlie disposition of cases in the 
Supreme Court, and for other pur- 
po.'-fs," approved February sixteenth, 
eighteen hundred and seventy-five, be, 
and .the same are hereby repealed. 
And all acts and parts of acts relating 
to appeals or writs of error inconsist- 
ent with the provisions for review by 
appeals or writs of error in the pre- 
ceding sections five and six of this act 
are hereby repealed. 

Sec. 15. That the circuit court of ap- 
peal in cases in which the judgments 
of the circuit courts of appeal are 
made final by this act shall have the 
same appellate jurisdiction, by writ of 
error or appeal, to review the judg- 
ments, orders, and decrees of the su- 
preme courts Of the several Territories 
as by this act they may have to review 
the jtidgments, orders, and decrees of 
the district court, and circuit courts; 



and for that purpose the several Ter- 
ritories shall, by orders of the Supreme 
Court, to be made from time to time, 
be assigned to particular circuits. 



Joint Resolution to Provide for the 

Organization of the Circuit Courts 

of Appeals, March 3, 1891. 

Resolved by the Senate and House 
of Representatives of the United 
States of America in Congress assem- 
bled, That the first meetings of the 
several circuit courts of appeals men- 
tioned in tlie act of Congress passed 
at this present session, entitled, "An 
act to establish circuit courts of ap- 
peals, and to define and regulate, in 
certain cases, the jurisdiction of the 
courts of the United States, and for 
other purposes," shall be held on the 
third Tuesday in June, A. D. 1S91; and 
if, from any casualty, the first meet- 
ing of any of said courts shall fail to 
be so held on that day, the first meet- 
ing of any such court so failing to be 
held shall be held on such day subse- 
quent thereto as the Chief Justice, or 
any justice of the Supreme Court of 
the United States assigned to such cir- 
cuit, shall direct. And be it further 
resolved. That nothing in said act shall 
be held or construed in anywise to im- 
pair the jurisdiction of the Supreme 
Court or any circuit court of the 
United States in any case now pending 
before it, or in respect of any case 
wherein the writ of error or the ap- 
peal shall have been sued out or taken 
to any of said courts before the first 
day of July, anno domini eighteen hun- 
dred and ninety-one. 



Approved January 20, 1897. 
29 United States Statutes at Large, 492. 

Chap. 68. An Act to withdraw from 
the Supreme Court jurisdiction of 
criminal cases not capital and confer 
the same on the Circuit Courts of Ap- 
peals. 

Be it enacted by the Senate and 
House of Representatives of the United 
States of America in Congress assem- 
bled. That so much of Section five of 
the act entitled "An Act to establish 
Circuit Courts of Appeals, and to de- 
line and regulate in certain cases the 
jurisdiction of the courts of the United 
States, and for other purposes," ap- 
proved March third, eighteen hundred 
and ninety-one, as reads "in cases of 
conviction of a capital or otherwise 
infamous crime," be amended by strik- 
ing out the words "or otherwise infa- 
mous" so that the same will read "in 
cases of conviction of a capital crime"; 
and that appeals, or writs of error 
may be taken from the district courts 
or circuit courts to the proper circuit 
court of appeals in cases of conviction 
of an infamous crime not capital; Pro- 
vided, That no case now pending in 
the Supreme Court or in which an ap- 
peal or writ of error shall have been 
taken or sued out before the passage 
of this Act shall be hereby affected, 
but in all such cases the jurisdiction 
of the Supreme Court shall remain, 
and said Supreme Court shall proceed 
therein afe if this Act had not been 
passed. 



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Approved July 1, 189S. 

Sec. 24 and Sec. 25 of an Act to es- 
tablish a uniform system of Bank- 
ruptcy throughout the United States 
relating to jurisdiction of Appellate 
Courts and to Appeals and Writs of 
Error. 

Sec. 24. Jurisdiction of Appellate 
Courts. — a. The Supreme Court of the 
United States, the circuit courts of ap- 
peals of the United States, and the 
supreme courts of the Territories, In 
vacation in chambers and during their 
respective terms, as now or as they 
may be hereafter held, are hereby in- 
vested with appellate jurisdiction of 
controversies arising in bankruptcy 
proceedings from the courts of bank- 
ruptcy from which they have appellate 
jurisdiction in other cases. The Su- 
preme Court of the United States shall 
exercise a like jurisdiction from courts 
of bankruptcy not within any organ- 
ized circuit of the United States and 
from the Supreme Court of the Dis- 
trict of Columbia. 

b. The several circuit courts of ap- 
peals shall have jurisdiction in equity, 
either interlocutory or flnal, to super- 
intend and revise in matter of law the 
proceedings of the several inferior 
courts of bankruptcy witliin their jur- 
isdiction. Such power shall be exer- 
cised on due notice and petition by 
any party aggrieved. 

Sec. 25. Appeals and "Writs of Er- 
ror. — a. That appeals, as in equity 
cases, may be taken in bankruptcy 
proceedings from the courts of bank- 
ruptcy to the circuit court of appeals 
of the United States, and to the su- 
preme court of the Territories, in the 
following cases, to wit: (1) from a 
judgment adjudging or refusing to ad- 
judge the defendant a bankrupt; (2) 
from a judgment granting or denying 
a discharge; and (3) from a judgment 
allowing or rejecting a debt or claim 
of five hundred dollars or over. Such 
appeal shall be taken within ten days 
after the judgment appealed from has 
been rendered, and may be heard and 
determined by the appellate court in 
term or vacation, as the case may be. 

b. From any final decision of a court 
of appeals, allowing or rejecting a 
claim under this act, an appeal may 
be had under such rules, and within 
such time as may be prescribed by the 
Supreme Court of the United States, in 
the following cases and no other: 

1. Where the amount in contro- 
versy exceeds the sum of two thousand 
dollars, and the question involved is 
one which might have been taken on 
appeal or writ of error from the high- 
est court of a State to the Supreme 
Court of the United States; or 

2. Where some Justice of the Su- 
preme Court of the United States shall 
certify that in his opinion the deter- 
mination of the question or questions 
involved in the allowance or rejection 
of such claim is essential to a uniform 
construction of this act throughout the 
United States. 

c. Trustees shall not be required to 
give bond when they take appeals or 
sue out writs of error. 

d. Controversies may be certified to 
the Supreme Court of the United 
States from other courts of the United 
States, and the former court may ex- 

339 



ercise jurisdiction thereof and issue 
writs of certiorari pursuant to the 
provisions of the United States laws 
now in force or such as may be here- 
after enacted. 



Section XXXVI of General Orders in 
Bankruptcy Adopted by the Supreme 
Court of the United States, Xovem- 
ber 28, 1SS9. 

XXXVI. 
Appeals. 

1. Appeals from a court of bank- 
ruptcy to a circuit court of appeals, 
or to the supreme court of a Terri- 
tory, shall be allowe.d by a judge of 
the court appealed from or of the 
court appealed to and shall be regu- 
lated, except as otherwise provided in 
the act, by the rules governing appieals 
in equity in the courts of the United 
States. 

2. Appeals under the act to the Su- 
preme Court of the United States from 
a circuit court of appeals, or from the 
supreme court of a Territory, or from 
the supreme court of the District of 
Columbia, or from any court of bank- 
ruptcy whatever, shall be taken within 
thirty days after the judgment or de- 
cree, and shall be allowed by a judge 
of the court appealed from, or by a 
justice of the Supreme Court of the 
United States. 

3. In every case in which either 
party is entitled by the act to take an 
appeal to the Supreme Court of the 
United States, the court from which 
the appeal lies shall, at or before the 
time of entering its judgment or de- 
cree, make and file a finding of the 
facts, and its conclusions of law 
thereon, stated separately; and the rec- 
ord transmitted to the Supreme Court 
of tlie United States on such an ap- 
peal shall consist only of the plead- 
ings, the judgment or decree, the find 
ing of facts, and the conclusions of 
law. 



Rule 37 of the Supreme Court of the 
United States. 

37. Cases from Circuit Courts of Ap- 
peals. 

1. Where, under section 6 of the 
said act, a circuit court of appeals 
shall certify to this court a question 
or proposition of law, concerning 
which it desires the instruction of 
this court for its proper decision, the 
certificate shall contain a proper state- 
ment of the facts on which such ques- 
tion or proposition of law arises. 

2. If application is thereupon made 
to this court that the whole record 
and cause may be sent up to it for its 
consideration, the party making such 
application shall, as a part thereof, 
furnish this court with a certified copy 
of the whole of said record. 

3. Where application is made to this 
court under section 6 of the said act 
to require a case to be certified to it 
for its review and determination, a 
certified copy of the entire record of 
the case in the circuit court of ap- 
peals shall be furnished to this court 
by the applicant, as a part of the ap- 
plication. 



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for the Advancement of Science. 
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RULES OF PRACTICE 

FOR THE 

Courts of Equity of the United States 



Promulgated November 4, 1912 



RULE 1. 
District Court Always Open for Cer- 
tain Purposes — Orders at 
Chambers. 

The District Courts, as courts of 
equity, shall be deemed always open 
for the purpose of filing any pleading, 
of issuing- and returning mesne and 
final process, and of making and di- 
recting all interlocutory motions, or- 
ders, rules and other proceedings pre- 
paratory to the hearing, upon their 
merits, of all causes pending therein. 

Any district judge may, upon rea- 
sonable notice to the parties, make, 
direct and award, at chambers or in 
the clerk's office, and in vacation as 
well as in term, all such process, com- 
missions, orders, rules and other pro- 
ceedings, whenever the same are not 
grantable of course, according to the 
rules and practice of the court. 

RULE 3. 

Clerlv's Office Always Open, Except 

Etc. 

The clerk's office shall be open dur- 
ing business hours on all days, except 
Sundays and legal holidays, and the 
clerk shall be in attendance for the 
purpose of receiving and disposing of 
all motions, rules, orders and other 
proceedings which are grantable of 
course. 

RULE 3. 

Boolcs Kept by Clerk and Entries 

Therein. 

The clerk shall keep a book known 
as "Equity Docket," in which he shall 
enter each suit, with a file number 
corresponding to the folio in the book. 
All papers and orders filed with the 
clerk in the suit, all process issued 
and returns made thereon, and all ap- 
pearances shall be noted briefly and 
chronologically in this book on the 
folio assigned to the suit and shall be 
marked with its file number. 

The clerk shall also keep a book en- 
titled "Order Book," in which shall be 
entered at length, in the order of 
their making, all orders made or 
passed by him as of course and also 
all orders made or passed by the Judge 
in chambers. 

He shall also keep an "Equity 
Journal," in which shall be entered all 
orders, decrees and proceedings of the 
court in equity causes in term time. 

Separate and suitable indices of the 
Equitv Docket Order Book and Equity 
Journal shall be kept by the clerk un- 
der the direction of the court. 



RULE 4. 
Notice of Orders. 

Neither the noting of an order in 
the Equity Docket nor its entry in the 
Order Book shall of itself be deemed 
notice to the parties or their solicit- 
ors; and when an order is made ■witli- 
out prior notice to, and in the absence 
of, a party, the clerk, unless otherwise 
directed by the court or judge, shall 
forthwith send a copy thereof, by 
mail, to such party or his solicitor 
and a note of sucli mailing shall be 
made in the Equity Docket, which 
shall be taken as sufficient proof of 
due notice of the order. 

RULE 5. 
Motions Grantable of Course by Clerk. 

All motions and applications in the 
clerk's office for the issuing of mesne 
process or final process to enforce 
and execute decrees: for taking bills 
pro confesso; and for other proceed- 
ings in the clerk's office which do not 
require any allowance or order of the 
court or of a judge, shall be deemed 
motions and applications grantable of 
course by the clerk; but the same may 
be suspended, or altered, or rescinded 
by the judge upon special cause 
shown. 

RULE 6. 
Motion Day. 

Each District Court shall establish 
regular times and places, not less than 
once each month, when motions re- 
quiring notice and hearing may be 
made and disposed of; but the judge 
may at any time and place, and on 
such notice, if any. as he may con- 
sider reasonable, make and direct all 
interlocutory orders, rulings and pro- 
ceedings for the advancement, conduct 
and hearing of causes. If the public 
interest permits, the senior circuit 
judge of the circuit may dispense with 
the motion dav during not to exceed 
two months in the year In any dis- 
trict. 

RULE 7. 
Process, Mesne and Final. 

The process of subpoena shall con- 
stitute the proper mesne process in 
all suits In equity, In the first In- 
stance, to require the defendant to 
appear and answer the bill; and, un- 
less otherwise provided In those rules 
or speciallv ordered by the court, a 
writ of attachment and, if the defend- 
ant cannot be found, a writ of seques- 
tration, or a writ of assistance to en- 



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Rules for the Courts of Equity of the United States. 



force a delivery of possession, as the 
case may require, shall be the proper 
process to issue for the purpose of 
compelling obedience to any interloc- 
utory or final order or decree of the 
court. 

RULE 8. 
Enforcement of Final Decrees. 

Final process to execute any decree 
may, if the decree be solely for the 
payment of money, be by a writ of 
execution, in the form used In the 
District Court in suits at common law 
in actions of assumpsit. If the de- 
cree be for the performance of any 
specific act, as, for example, for the 
execution of a conveyance of land or 
the delivering up of deeds of other 
documents, the decree shall, in all 
cases, prescribe the time within which 
the act shall be done, of which the de- 
fendant shall be bound, without fur- 
ther service, to take notice; and upon 
affidavit of the plaintiff, filed in the 
clerk's office, that the same has not 
been complied with within the pre- 
scribed time, the clerk shall issue a 
writ of attachment against the de- 
linquent party, from which, if at- 
tached thereon, he shall not be dis- 
charged, unless upon a full compliance 
with the decree and the payment of 
all costs, or upon a special order of 
the court, or a judge thereof, upon 
motion and affidavit, enlarging the 
time for the performance thereof. If 
the delinquent party cannot be found 
a writ of sequestration shall issue 
against his estate, upon the return of 
non est inventus, to compel obedience 
to the decree. If a mandatory order, 
injunction or decree for the specific 
performance of any act or contract 
be not complied with, the court or 
a judge, besides, or instead of, pro- 
ceedings against the disobedient party 
for a contempt or by sequestration, 
may by order direct that the act re- 
quired to be done be done, so far as 
practicable, by some other person ap- 
pointed by the court or judge, at the 
cost of the disobedient party, and tlie 
act when so done shall have like ef- 
fect as if done by him. 

RULE 9. 
AVrIt of Assistance. 

When any decree or order is for the 
delivery of possession, upon proof 
made by affidavit of a demand and re- 
fusal to obey the decree or order, the 
partv prosecuting the same shall be 
entitled to a writ of assistance from 
the clerk of the court. 

RULE 10. 

Decree for Deficiency in Foreclosures, 

Etc. 

In suits for the foreclosure of mort- 
gages, or the enforcement of other 
liens, a decree may be rendered for 
any balance that may be found due 
to the plaintiff over and above the 
proceeds of the sale or sales, and exe- 
cution may issue for the collection of 
the same, as is provided in rule 8 
when the decree is solely for the pay- 
ment of money. 



RULE 11. 
Process In Behalf of and Against Per- 
sons Xot Parties. 

Everj' person, not being a party in 
any cause, who has obtained an order, 
or in whose favor an order shall have 
been made, may enforce obedience to 
such order by the same process as if 
he were a party; and every person, 
not being a party, against whom 
obedience to any order of the court 
may be enforced, shall be liable to the 
same process for enforcing obedience 
to such orders as if he were a party. 

RULE 12. 
Issue of Subpoena — Time for Ansivcr. 

Whenever a bill is filed, and not be- 
fore, the clerk shall issue the process 
of subpoena thereon, as of course, 
upon the application of the plaintiff, 
which shall contain the names of the 
parties and be returnable into the 
clerk's office twenty days from the 
issuing thereof. At the bottom of the 
subpoena shall be placed a memoran- 
dum, that the defendant is required 
to file his answer or other defense 
in the clerk's office on or before the 
twentieth day after service, excluding 
the day thereof; otherwise the bill 
may be taken pro confesso. Where 
there are more than one defendant, 
a writ of subpoena may, at the elec- 
tion of the plaintiff, be sued out sepa- 
rately for each defendant, or a joint 
subpoena against all the defendants. 

RULE 13. 
Manner of Serving Subpoena. 

The service of all subpoenas shall be 
by delivering a copy thereof to the 
defendant personallv, or by leaving a 
copy thereof at the dwelling house 
or usual place of abode of each de- 
fendant, with some adult person who 
is a member of or resident in the 
family. 

RULE 14. 
Alias Subpoena. 

Whenever any subpoena shall be re- 
turned not executed as to any defend- 
ant, the plaintiff shall be entitled to 
other subpoenas against such defend- 
ant until due service is made. 

RULE 15. 
Process, by "Whom Served. 

The service of all process, mesne 
and final, shall be by the marshal of 
the district, or his deputy, or by some 
other person specially appointed by 
the court or judge for that purpose, 
and not otherwise. In the latter case, 
t!ie person serving the process shall 
make affidavit thereof. 

RULE 10. 
Defendant to Answer — Default — De- 
cree Pro Confesso. 

It shall be the duty of defendant, 
unless the time shall be enlarged, for 
cause shown, by a judge of the court, 
to file his answer or other defense to 
the bill In the clerk's oflSce within 
the time named in the subpoena as 
required by rule 12. In default there- 
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take an order as of course that the 
bill be taken pro confesso; and there- 
upon the cause shall be proceeded in 
ex parte. 

RULE 17. 
Decree Pro Contesso to Be Followed 
by Fiual Decree — Setting Aside De- 
fault. 

When the bill is taken pro confesso 
the court may proceed to a final de- 
cree at any time after the expiration 
of thirty days after the entry of the 
order pro confesso, and such decree 
shall be deemed absolute, unless the 
court shall, at the same term, set 
aside the same, or enlarge the time 
for filing the answer, upon cause 
shown upon motion and affidavit. No 
such motion shall be granted, unless 
upon the payment of the costs of the 
plaintiff up to that time, or such part 
thereof as the court shall deem rea- 
sonable, and unless the defendant shall 
undertake to file his answer within 
such time as the court shall direct. 
and submit to such other terms as 
the court shall direct, for the pur- 
pose of speeding the cause. 

RULE 18. 
Pleadings — Technical Forms Abro- 
gated. 

Unless otherwise prescribed by stat- 
ute or these rules the technical forms 
of pleadings in equty are abolished. 

RULE 19. 
Anieudnieuts Generally. 

The court may at any time, in fur- 
therance of justice, upon such terms 
as may be just, permit any process, 
proceeding, pleading or record to be 
amended, or material supplemental 
matter to be set forth in an amended 
or supplemental pleading. The court, 
at every stage of the proceeding, must 
disregard any error or defect in the 
proceeding which does not affect the 
substantial rights of the parties. 

RULE 20. 

Further and Particular Statement in 

Pleading 3Iay He Required. 

A further and better statement of 
the nature of the claim or defense, or 
further and better particulars of any 
matter stated in any pleading, may in 
any case be ordered, upon such terms, 
as 'to costs and otherwise, as may be 
just. 

RULE 21. 
Scandal and Impertinence. 

The right to except to bills, an- 
swers, and other proceedings for scan- 
dal or impertinence shall not obtain, 
but the court may, upon motion or its 
own initiative, order any redundant, 
impertinent or scandalous matter 
stricken out, upon such terms as the 
court shall think fit. 

RULE 22. 

Action at Law Erroneou.sly Begun as 

Suit in Equity — Transfer. 

If at any time it appear that a suit 
commenced in equity should have been 
brought as an action on the law side 
of the court, it shall be forthwith 
transferred to the law side and be 



there proceeded with, with only such 
alteration in the pleadings as shall 
be essential. 

RULE 2:{. 

Matters Ordinarily Deterniiiinble at 
Law, AVheu Arising in Suit in Equity 
to Be Disposed of Tlierein. 

If in a suit in equity a matter ordi- 
narily determinable at law arises, such 
matter shall be determined in that 
suit according to the principles ap- 
plicable, without sending the case or 
question to the law side of the court. 

RULE 24. 

Signature of Counsel. 

Every bill or other pleading shall 
be signed individually by one or more 
solicitors of record, and such signa- 
tures shall be considered as a certifi- 
cate by each solicitor tliat he has read 
the pleading so signed by him; that 
upon the instruction laid before him 
regarding the case there is good 
ground for the same; that no scanda- 
lous matter is inserted in the plead- 
ing; and that it is not interposed for 
delay. 

RULE 2.-J. 
Bill of Complaint — Contents. 

Hereafter it shall be sufficient that 
a bill in equity shall contain, in addi- 
tion to the usual caption: 

First, the full name, when known, 
of each plaintiff and defendant, and 
the citizenship and residence of each 
part>-. If any party be under any dis- 
ability that fact shall be stated. 

Second, a short and plain statement 
of the grounds upon which the court's 
jurisdiction depends. 

Third, a short and simple statement 
of the ultimate facts upon which the 
plaintiff asks relief, omitting any 
mere statement of evidence. 

Fourth, if there are persons other 
than those named as defendants who 
appear to be proper parties, the bill 
sliould state why they are not made 
parties — as that they are not witliin 
the jurisdiction of the court, or can- 
not be made parties without ousting 
the jurisdiction. 

Fifth, a statement of and prayer 
for any special relief pending the suit 
or on final hearing, which may be 
stated and sought in alternative 
forms. If special relief pending the 
suit be desired the bill should be 
verified by the oath of the plaintff. 
or someone having knowledge of the 
facts upon which such relief is asked. 

RILE 20. 
Joinder of Causes of Action. 

The plaintiff may join in one bill 
as many causes of action, cognizable 
in equitv, as lie may liave rxgainst the 
defendant. Rut when there is more 
than one plaintiff, the causes of ac- 
tion joined must be joint, and if there 
be more than one defendant the lia- 
bilitv must be one asserted against 
all of the material defendants, or suf- 
ficient grounds must appear for unit- 
ing the causes of action in order to 
promote the convenient administra- 
tion of justice. If it appear that any 
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veniently disposed of together, the 
court may order separate trials. 

RULE 27. 
Stockholder's BUI. 

Every bill brought by one or more 
stockholders in a corporation against 
the corporation and other parties, 
founded on rights which may properly 
be asserted by the corporation, must 
be verified by oath, and must contain 
an allegation that the plaintiff was a 
shareholder at the time of the trans- 
action of which be complains, or that 
his share had devolved on him since 
by operation of law, and that the suit 
Is not a collusive one to confer on a 
court of the United States jurisdiction 
of a case of which It would not other- 
wise have cognizance. It must also 
set forth with particularity the ef- 
forts of the plaintiff to secure such 
action as he desires on the part of 
the managing directors or trustees, 
and, if necessary, of the shareholders, 
and the causes of his failure to ob- 
tain such action, or the reasons for 
not making such effort. 

RULE 38. 
Amendment of Bill as of Course. 

The plaintiff may, as of course, 
amend his bill before the defendant 
has responded thereto, but if such 
amendment be filed after any copy 
has issued from the clerk's office, the 
plaintiff at his own cost shall furnish 
to the solicitor of record of each op- 
posing party a copy of the bill as 
amended, unless otherwise ordered by 
the court or judge. 

After pleading filed by any defend- 
ant, plaintiff may amend only by con- 
sent of the defendant ar leave of the 
court or judge. 

RULE 29. 
Defenses — Hott Presented. 

Demurrers and pleas are abolished. 
Every defense in point of law arising 
upon the face of the bill, whether for 
misjoinder, nonjoinder, or Insufficiency 
of fact to constitute a valid cause of 
action in equity, which might hereto- 
fore have been made by demurrer or 
plea, shall be made by motion to dis- 
miss or in the answer; and every such 
point of law going to the whole or a 
material part of the cause or causes 
of action stated in the bill may be 
called up and disposed of before final 
hearing at the discretion of the court. 
Every defense heretofore presentable 
by plea in bar or abatement shall be 
made in the answer and may be sepa- 
rately heard and disposed of before 
the trial of the principal case in the 
discretion of the court. If the de- 
fendant move to dismiss the bill or 
any part thereof, the motion may be 
set down for hearing by either party 
upon five days' notice, and, if It be 
denied, answer shall be filed within 
five days thereafter or a decree pro 
confesso entered. 

RULE 30. 
.Vnswer — Contents — CouHtcr-Clnlm. 

The defendant in his answer shall 
fti short and simple terms set owt his 



defense to each claim asserted by the 
bill, omitting any mere statement of 
evidence and avoiding any general de- 
nial of the averments of the bill, but 
specifically admitting or denying or 
explaining the facts upon wliich the 
plaintiff relies, unless the defendant 
is without knowledge, in which case 
he shall so state, such statement 
operating as a denial. Averments 
other than of value or amount of dam- 
age, if not denied, shall be deemed 
confessed, except as against an infant, 
lunatic or other person non compos 
and not under guardianship, the an- 
swer may be amended, by leave of the 
court or judge, upon reasonable notice, 
so as to put any averment in issue, 
when justice requires it. The answer 
may state as many defenses, in the 
alternative, regardless of consistency, 
as the defendant deems essential to 
his defense. 

The answer must state in short and 
simple form any counter-claim arising 
out of the transaction which is the 
subject matter of the suit, and may, 
without cross-bill, set out any set-off 
or counter-claim against the plaintiff 
which might be the subject of an in- 
dependent suit in equity against him, 
and such set-off or counter-claim, so 
set up, shall have the same effect as 
a cross-suit, so as to enable the court 
to pronounce a final judgment in the 
same suit both on the original and 
cross-claims. 

RULE 31. 

Reply — When Required — When Cause 

at Issue. 

Unless the answer assert a set-off 
or counter-claim, no reply shall be re- 
quired without special order of the 
court or judge, but the cause shall 
be deemed at issue upon the filing of 
the answer, and any new or affirma- 
tive matter therein shall be deemed 
to be denied by the plaintiff. If the 
answer include a set-off or countev- 
claim, the party against whom it !=■ 
asserted shall reply within ten days 
after the filing of the answer, unless 
a longer time be allowed by the court 
or judge. If the counter-claim is one 
which affects the rights of other de- 
fendants they or their solicitors shall 
be served with a copy of the same 
within ten days from the filing there- 
of, and ten days shall be accorded to 
such defendants for filing a reply. 
In default of a reply, a decree pro 
confesso on the counter-claim may be 
entered as In default of an answer to 
the bill. 

RULE 32. 

Ans'wer to Amended Bill. 

In every case where an amendment 
to the bill shall be made after answer 
filed, the defendant shall put in a new 
or supplemental answer within ten 
days after that on which the amend- 
ment or amended bill is filed, unless 
the time is enlarged or otherwise 
ordered by a judge of the court; and 
upon his "default, the like proceedings 
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RULE 33. 
Testing Sufficiency of Defense. 

Exceptions for insufficiency of an 
answer are abolished. But if an an- 
swer set up an affirmative defense, set- 
off or counter-claim, the plaintiff may, 
upon five days' notice, or such further 
time as the court may allow, test the 
sufficiency of the same by motion to 
strike out. If found insufficient but 
amendable the court may allow an 
amendment upon terms, or strike out 
the matter. 

RULE 34. 
Supplemental Plentlins. 

Upon application of either party the 
court or judge, may, upon reasonable 
notice and such terms as are just, 
permit him to file and serve a supple- 
mental pleading, alleging material 
facts occurring after his former plead- 
ing, or of which he was ignorant when 
it was made, including the judgment 
or decree of a competent court rend- 
ered after the commencement of the 
suit determiiting the matters in con- 
troversy or a part thereof. 

RULE 35. 

Bill of Revivor and Supplemental Bills 

— Form. 

It shall not be necesary in any bill 
of revivor or supplemental bill to set 
forth any of the statements in the 
original suit, unless the special cir- 
cumstances of the case may require it. 

RULE 36. 
Officers Before Whom Pleadings Veri- 
fied. 

Every pleading which is required 
to be sworn to by statute, or these 
rules, may be verified before any jus- 
tice or judge of any court of the 
United States, or of any State or Ter- 
ritory, or of the District of Columbia, 
or any clerk of any court of the United 
States, or of any Territory, or of the 
District of Columbia, or any notary 
public. 

RULE 37. 

■ Parties Generally — Intervention. 

Every action shall be prosecuted in 
the name of the real party in inter- 
est, but an executor, administrator, 
guardian, trustee of an express trust, 
a party with whom or in whose name 
a contract has been made for the bene- 
fit of another, or a party expressly au- 
thorized by statute, may sue in his 
own name without joining with him 
the party for whose benefit the action 
is brought. All persons having an 
interest in the subject of the action 
and in obtaining the relief demanded 
may join as plaintiffs, and any per- 
son mav be made a defendant who has 
or claims an interest adverse to the 
plaintiff. Any person may at any 
time be made a party if his presence 
is necessary or proper to a complete 
determination of the cause. Persons 
having a united interest must bo 
joined on the same side as plaintiffs 
or defendants, but when any one re- 
fuses to join, he may for such rea- 
son be made a defendant. 

Any one claiming an interest in the 
litiga'tion may at any time be per- 

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mitted to assert his right by interven- 
tion, but the intervention shall be in 
subordination to, and in. recognition 
of, the propriety of the main proceed- 
ing. 

RULE 38. 
Representatives of Class. 
When the question is one of com- 
mon or general interest to many per- 
sons constituting a class so numerous 
as to make it impracticable to bring 
them all before the court, one or more 
may sue or defend for the whole. 

RULE 39. 

Absence of Per.sons "Who Would Be 

Proper Parties. 

In aU cases where it shall appear 
to the court that persons, who might 
otherwise be deemed proper parties 
to the suit, cannot be made parties 
by reason of their being out of the 
jurisdiction of the court, or incapable 
otherwise of being made parties, or 
because their joinder would oust the 
jurisdiction of the court as to the par- 
ties before the court, the court may, 
in its discretion, proceed in the cause 
without making such persons parties; 
and in such cases the decree shall be 
without prejudice to the rights of the 
absent parties. 

RULE 40. 
Nominal Parties. 

Where no account, payment, convey- 
ance, or other direct relief is sought 
against a party to a suit, not being 
an infant, the party, upon service of 
the subpoena upon him, need not ap- 
pear and answer the bill, unless the 
plaintiff specially requires him to do 
so by the prayer; but he may appear 
and answer at his option; and if he 
does not appear and answer he shall 
be bound by all the proceedings in the 
cause. If the plaintiff shall require 
him to appear and answer he shall be 
entitled to the costs of all the pro- 
ceedings against him, unless the court 
shall otherwise direct. 

RULE 41. 

Suit to Execute Trusts of WMll — Heir 

as Party. 

In suits to execute the trusts of a 
will, it shall not be necessary to make 
the heir at law a party: but the plain- 
tiff shall be at liberty to make the heir 
at law a party where he desires to 
have the will established against him. 

RULE 42. 
Joint and Several Demands. 

In all cases in which the plaintiff 
has a joint and several demand against 
several persons, either as principals or 
sureties, it shall not be necessary to 
Viring before the court as parties to a 
suit concerning such demand all the 
persons liable thereto; but the plaintiff 
may proceed against one or more of 
the persons severally liable. 

RULE 43. 
Defects of Parties — Reslstins: Objec- 
tion. 

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the plaintiff may, within fourteen days 
after answer filed, set down the cause 
for argument as a motion upon the 
objection only; and where the plain- 
tiff shall not so set down his cause, 
but shall proceed therewith to a hear- 
ing notwithstanding an objection for 
want of parties taken by the answer, 
he shall not at the hearing of the 
cause, if the defendant's objection 
shall then be allowed, be entitled as 
of course to an order to amend his 
bill by adding parties: but the court 
shall be at liberty to dismiss the bill, 
or to allow an amendment on such 
terms as justice may require. 

RULE 44. 
Defect of Parties — Tardy Objection. 

If a defendant shall, at the hearing 
of a cause, object that a suit is defect- 
ive for want of parties, not having by 
motion or answer taken the objection 
and therein specified by name or de- 
scription the parties to whom the ob- 
jection applies, the court shall be at 
liberty to make a decree saving the 
rights of the absent parties. 

RULE 45. 
' Death of Party — Revivor. 

In the event of the death of either 
party the court may, in a proper case, 
upon motion, order the suit to be re- 
vived by the substitution of the proper 
parties. If the successor or represent- 
atives of the deceased party fail to 
make such application within a rea- 
sonable time, then any other party 
may, on motion, apply for such relief 
and the court, upon any such motion 
may make the necessary orders for 
notice to the parties to be substituted 
and for the filing of such pleadings 
or amendments as may be necessary. 

RULE 46. 

Trial — Testimony UHiinlly Taken In 
Open Court — Rullui^N on Objections 
to Evidence. 

In all trials in equity the testimonv 
of witnesses shall be taken orally in 
open court, except as otherwise pro- 
vided bv statute or these rules. The 
court shall pass upon the admissibilitv 
of all evidence offered as In actions at 
law. When evidence is offered and ex- 
cluded, and the party against whom 
the ruling is made excepts thereto at 
the time, the court shall take and re- 
port so much thereof, or make such 
a statement respecting it, as will 
clearlv show the character of the evi- 
dence, the form in which it was of- 
fered, the objection made, the ruling, 
and the exception. If the appellate 
court shall be of opinion that the evi- 
dence should have been admitted, it 
shall not reverse the decree unless it 
be clearly of opinion that material 
prejudice will result from an affirm- 
ance, in which event it shall direct 
such further steps as justice may re- 
quire. 

RULE 47. 
DepoHitlonM — To Re Taken in Excep- 
tional InNtnnees. 

The court, upon application of either 
party, when allowed by statute, or for 

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good and exceptional cause for depart- 
ing from the general rule, to be shown 
liy affidavit, may permit the deposition 
of named witnesses, to be used before 
the court or upon a reference to a 
master, to be taken before an exam- 
iner or other named officer, upon the 
notice and terms specified in the order. 
All depositions taken under a statute, 
or under any such order of the court, 
shall be taken and filed as follows, 
unless otherwise ordered by the court 
or judge for good cause shown: Those 
of the plaintiff within sixty days from 
the time the cause is at issue; those 
of the defendant within thirty days 
from the expiration of the time for 
the filing of plaintiff's depositions; 
and rebutting depositions by either 
party within twenty days after the 
time for taking original depositions 
expires. 

RULE 48. 

Testimony of Expert AVitnesses in 

Patent and Trade-HIark Cases. 

In a case involving the validity or 
scope of a patent or trade-mark, the 
district court may, upon petition, or- 
der that tlie testimony in chief of ex- 
pert witnesses, whose testimony Is di- 
rected to matters of opinion, be set 
forth in affidavits and filed as follows: 
Those of the plaintiff within forty 
days after the cause is at issue; those 
of the defendant within twenty days 
after plaintiff's time has expired; and 
rebutting affidavits within fifteen days 
after the expiration of the time for 
filing original affidavits. Should the 
opposite party desire the production 
of any affiant for cross-examination, 
the court or judge shall, on motion 
direct that said cross-examination and 
anv re-examination take place before 
the court upon the trial, and unless 
the affiant is produced and submits to 
cross-examination in compliance with 
such direction, his affidavit shall not 
be used as evidence in the cause. 

RULE 49. 

Evidence Taken Hefore Examiners, Etc. 

All evidence offered before an ex- 
aminer or like officer, together with 
anv objections, shall be saved and re- 
turned into the court. Depositions, 
whether upon oral examination before 
an examiner or like officer or other- 
wise, shall be taken upon questions 
and answers reduced to writing, or 
in the form of narrative, and the wit- 
ness shall be subject to cross and re- 
examination. 

RULE 50. 

Stenosraplier — Appointment — Fees. 

When deemed necessary by the court 
or officer taking testimony, a stenog- 
rapher may be appointed who shall 
take down testimony in shorthand 
and, if required, transcribe the same. 
His fee shall be fixed by the court and 
taxed ultimately as costs. The expense 
of taking a deposition, or the cost of 
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RULE 51. 

Evidence Taken Before Examiners, 

Etc. 

Objections to the evidence, before 
an examiner or like officer, shall be in 
short form, stating the grounds of ob- 
jection relied upon, but no transcript 
filed by such officer shall include argu- 
ment or debate. The testimony of 
each witness, after being reduced to 
writing, shall be read over to or by 
him, and shall be signed by him in 
the presence of the officer: provided, 
that if the witness shall refuse to sign 
his deposition so taken, the officer 
shall sign the same, stating upon the 
record the reasons, if any, assigned by 
the witness for such refusal. Objec- 
tion to any question or questions shall 
be noted by the officer upon the depo- 
sition, but he shall not have power 
to decide on the competency or mate- 
riality or relevancy of the questions. 
The court shall have power, and it 
shall be its duty, to deal with the costs 
of incompetent and immaterial or Ir- 
relevant depositions, or parts of them, 
as may be just. 

RULE 52. 

Attendance of ^Vitlles.s Before Com- 

nii.sitiioner, Master or Exaniiner. 

Witnesses who live within the dis- 
trict, and whose testimony may be 
taken out of court by these rules, may 
be summoned to appear before a com- 
missioner appointed to take testimony, 
or before a master or examiner ap- 
pointed in any cause, by subpoena In 
the usual form, which may be issued 
by the clerk in blank and filled up 
by the party praying the same, or bv 
the commissioner, master, or exam- 
iner, requiring the attendance of the 
witnesses at the time and place speci- 
fied, who shall be allowed for attend- 
ance the same compensation as for 
attendance in court; and if any wit- 
ness shall refuse to appear or give 
evidence, it shall be deemed a con- 
tempt of the court, which being cer- 
tified to the clerk's office by the com- 
missioner, master, or examiner, an at- 
tachment may issue thereupon by 
order of the court or of any judge 
thereof, in the same manner as if the 
contempt were for not attending, or 
for refusing to give testimony in, the 
court. 

In case of refusal of witnesses to 
attend or be sworn or to answer anv 
question put by the commissioner, 
master or examiner or by counsel or 
solicitor, the same practice shall be 
adopted as is now practiced with 
respect to witnesses to be produced 
on examination before an examiner of 
said court on written interrogatories. 

RULE 5."?. 

Notice of Tnliins Testimony Before 

Examiner, Etc. 

Notice shall be given by the re- 
spective counsel or jiarties to tlie on- 
posite counsel or parties of the time 
and place of examination before an 
examiner or like officer for such rea- 
sonable time as the court or officer 
may fix by order in each case. 



RULE 54. 
Depositiou.s Under Rev. Stat. Sees SOS, 

865, 866, SG7 — Cross-Examlnation. 

After a cause is at issue, deposi- 
tions may be taken as provided bv 
sections 86?!, S6.5, 866 and 867, Revised 
Statutes. But if in any case no notice 
has been given the opposite party of 
the time and place of taking the depo- 
sition, he shall, upon application and 
notice, be entitled to have the wit- 
ness examined orally before the court, 
or to a cross-examination before an 
examiner or like officer, or a new 
deposition taken with notice, as the 
court or judge under all the circum- 
stances shall order. 

RULE 55. 

Deposition Deemed Publislied W'lien 

Filed. 

Upon the filing of any deposition or 
affidavit taken under these rules or 
any statute, it shall be deemed pub- 
lished, unless otherwise ordered by the 
court. 

RULE 56. 
On Expiration of Time for Depositions, 
Case Goes on Trial Calendar. 
After the time has elapsed for tak- 
ing and filing depositions under these 
rules, the case shall be placed on the 
trial calendar. Thereafter no further 
testimony by deposition shall be taken 
except for some strong reason shown 
by affidavit. In every such applica- 
tion the reason why the testimony of 
the witness cannot be had orally on 
the trial, and why his deposition has 
not been before taken, shall be set 
forth, together with the testimonv 
which it is expected the witness will 
give. 

RULE 57. 
Continuances. 
After a cause shall be placed on 
the trial calendar it may be jiassed 
over to another day of the same term, 
by consent of counsel or order of the 
court, but shall not be continued be- 
yond the term save in exceptional 
cases by order of the court upon good 
cause shown bv affidavit and upon 
such terms as tbe court shall In its 
discretion impose. Continiiances he- 
.rond the term l\v consent of the par- 
ties shall be allowed on condition 
only that a stipulation be signed by 
counsel for all the parties and that 
all costs incurred therefore be paid. 
Thereupon an order shall be entered 
dropping the case from tlie trial cal- 
endar, subject to reinstatement within 
one year upon application to the 
court by either party, in which event 
it shall be heard at the earliest con- 
venient day. If not so reinstated 
within the year, the suit shall be dis- 
missed without 111-ejudico to a now 
one. 

Rl I,E 58. 
Discovery — Interrofrntorles — Inspec- 
tion and Production of T>ocnnients — 
Admission of Execution or Genuine- 
ness. 

The plaintiff at any time after filing 
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the defendant at any time after filing 
his answer and not later than twenty- 
one days after the joinder of issue, 
and either party at any time there- 
after by leave of the court or judge, 
may file interrogatories in writing for 
the discovery by the opposite party 
or parties of facts and documents ma- 
terial to the support or defense of the 
cause, with a note at the foot thereof 
stating which of the interrogatories 
each of the parties is required to 
answer. But no party shall file more 
than one set of interrogatries to the 
same party without leave of the court 
or judge. 

If any party to the cause is a public 
or private corporation, any opposite 
partv may apply to the court or judge 
for an order allowing him to flie in- 
terrogatories to be answered by any 
officer of the corporation, and an or- 
der mav be made accordingly for the 
examination of such officer as may 
appear to be proper upon such inter- 
rogatories as the court or judge shall 
think fit. 

Copies shall be filed for the use of 
the interrogated party and shall be 
sent by the clerk to the respective 
solicitors of record, or to the last 
known address of the opposite party 
if there be no record solicitor. 

Interrogatories shall be answered, 
and the answers filed in the clerk's 
oflace, within fifteen days after they 
have been served, unless the time be 
enlarged by the court or judge. Bach 
interrogatory shall be answered sep- 
arately and fully and the answers 
shali be in writing, under oath, and 
signed by the party or corporate offi- 
cer interrogated. Within ten days 
after the service of interrogatories, 
objections to them, or any of them, 
may be presented to the court or 
judge, with proof of notice of the 
purpose so to do, and answers shall 
be deferred until the objections are 
determined, which shall be at as early 
a time as practicable. In so far as 
the objections are sustained, answers 
shall not be required. 

The court or judge, upon motion 
and reasonable notice, may make all 
such orders as may be appropriate 
to enforce answers to interrogatories 
or to effect the inspection or produc- 
tion of documents in the possession 
of either party and containing evi- 
dence material to the cause of action 
or defense of his adversary. Any 
party failing or refusing to comply 
with such an order shall be liable to 
attachment, and shall also be liable, 
if a plaintiff to have his bill dis- 
missed, and, if a defendant, to have 
his answer stricken out and be placed 
in the same situation as if he had 
failed to answer. 

Bv a demand served ten days before 
the "trial, either party may call on the 
other to admit in writing the execu- 
tion or genuineness of any document, 
letter or other writing, saving all just 
exceptions; and if such admission be 
not made within five days after such 
service, the costs of proving the docu- 
ment, letter or writing shall be paid 
bv the party refusing or neglecting to 
make such admission, unless at the 

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trial the court shall find that the re- 
fusal or neglect was reasonable. 

RULE 59. 

Reference to Master — Exceptional, Not 

Usual. 

Save in matters of account, a ref- 
erence to a master shall be the ex- 
ception, not the rule, and shall be 
made only upon a showing that some 
exceptional condition requires it. 
When such a reference is made, the 
party at whose instance or for whose 
benefit it is made shall cause the or- 
der of reference to be presented to 
the master for a hearing within 
twenty days succeeding the time when 
the reference was made, unless a 
longer time be specially granted by 
the court or judge; if he shall omit 
to do so, the adverse party shall be at 
liberty forthwith to cause proceed- 
ings to be had before the master, at 
the costs of the party procuring the 
reference. 

RULE 60. 
Proceedings Before Master. 
Upon every such reference, it shall 
be the duty of the master, as soon 
as he reasonably can after the same 
is brought before him, to assign a 
time and place for proceedings in the 
same, and to give due notice thereof 
to each of the parties, or their solicit- 
ors; and if either party shall fail to 
appear at the time and place appoint- 
ed, the master shall be at liberty to 
proceed ex parte, or, in his discretion, 
to adjourn the examination and pro- 
ceedings to a future day, giving no- 
tice to the absent party or his solicitor 
of such adjournment; and it shall be 
the duty of the master to proceed with 
all reasonable diligence in every such 
reference, and with the least practica- 
ble delay, and either party shall be at 
liberty to apply to the court, or a 
judge thereof, for an order to the mas- 
ter to speed the proceedings and to 
make his report, and to certify to the 
court or judge the reason for any de- 
lay. 

RULE 61. 
Master's Report — Documents Identi- 
fied but "Sot Set Forth. 
In the reports made by the master 
to the court, no part of any state of 
facts, account, charge, affidavit, depo- 
sition, examination, or answer brought 
in or used before him shall be stated 
or recited. But such state of facts, 
account, charge, affidavit, deposition, 
examination or answer shall be identi- 
fied and referred to. so as to Inform 
the court what state of facts, account, 
charge, affidavit, deposition, examina- 
tion or answer were so brought in or 
used. 

RULE 62. 

Powers of Master. 

The master shall regulate all the 
proceedings in every hearing before 
him, upon every reference; and he 
shall have full authority to examine 
the parties in the cause, upon oath, 
touching all matters contained in the 
reference; and also to require the 
production of all books, papers, writ- 
ings, vouchers, and other documents 



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applicable thereto; and also to exam- 
ine on oath, viva voce, all witnesses 
produced by the parties before him, 
or by deposition, according to the 
acts of Cong-ress, or otherwise, as 
here provided; and also to direct the 
mode in which the matters requiring' 
evidence shall be proved before him; 
and generally to do all other acts, 
and direct all other inquiries and 
proceedings in the matters before 
him, which he may deem necessary 
and proper to the justice and merits 
thereof and the rights of the parties. 

RULE 63. 
Form of Account Before Master, 

AJl parties accounting before a 
master shall bring in their respective 
accounts in the form of debtor and 
creditor; and any of the other parties 
who shall not be satisfied with the 
account so brought in shall be at 
liberty to examine the accounting 
party viva voce, or upon interroga- 
tories, as the master shall direct. 

RULE 64. 

Former Depositions, Etc., May Be Used 

Before Master. 

All affidavits, depositions and docu- 
ments which have been previously 
made, read, or used in the court upon 
any proceeding in any cause or mat- 
ter may be used before the master. 

RULE 65. 

Claimants Before Master Examinable 

By Him, 

The master shall be at liberty to 
examine any creditor or other person 
coming in to claim before him, either 
upon written interrogatories or viva 
voce, or in both modes, as the nature 
of the case may appear to him to 
require. The evidence upon such ex- 
aminations shall be taken down by 
the master, or by some other person 
by his order and in his presence, if 
either party requires it. in order that 
the same may be used by the court if 
necessary. 

RULE 66, 

Return of Master's Report — Exceptions 

— Hearingr. 

The master, as soon as his report is 
ready, shall return the same into the 
clerk's office and the day of the return 
shall be entered by the clerk in the 
Equity Docket. The parties shall have 
twenty days from the time of the 
filing "of the report to file exceptions 
thereto, and if no exceptions are with- 
in that period filed by either party, the 
report shall stand confirmed. If ex- 
ceptions are filed, they shall stand for 
hearing before the court. If then in 
session, or, if not. at the next sitting 
held thereafter, by adjournment or 
otherwise. 

RULE 67. 
Costs on Exceptions to Master's Re- 
port. 

In order to prevent exceptions to 
reports from being filed for frivolous 
causes, or for mere delay, the party 
whose exceptions are overruled, shall, 
for every exception overruled, pay five 
dollars costs to the other party, and 



for every exception allowed shall be 
entitled to the same costs. 

RULE 6S. 

Appointment and Compensation of 

Masters. 

The district courts may appoint 
standing masters in chancery in their 
respective districts (a majority of all 
the judges thereof concurring in the 
appointment), and they may also ap- 
point a master pro hac vice in any 
particular case. The compensation to 
be allowed to every master shall be 
fixed by the district court, in its dis- 
cretion, having regard to all the cir- 
cumstances thereof, and the compen- 
sation shall be charged upon and 
borne by such of the parties in the 
cause as the court shall direct. The 
master shall not retain his report as 
security for his compensation; but 
when the compensation is allowed bv 
the court, he shall be entitled to an 
attachment for the amount against 
the party who is ordered to pay the 
same, if, upon notice thereof, he does 
not pay it within the time prescribed 
by the court. 

RULE 69. 
Petition for Rehearing. 

Every petition for a rehearing shall 
contain the special matter or cause on 
which such rehearing is applied for, 
shall be signed by counsel, and the 
facts therein stated, if not apparent 
on the record, shall be verified by the 
oath of the party or by some other 
person. No rehearing shall be granted 
after the term at which the final 
decree of the court shall have been 
entered .and recorded, if an appeal 
lies to the Circuit Court of Appeals or 
the Supreme Court. But if no ap- 
peal lies, the petition may be admitted 
at any time before the end of the next 
term of the court, in the discretion 
of the court. 

RULE 70, 

Suits By or Ai^ainst Incompetents, 

Guardians ad litem to defend a suit 
may be appointed by the court, or by 
anv judge thereof, for infants or 
other presons who are under guard- 
ianship, or otherwise incapable of 
suing for themselves. All infants and 
other persons so incapable may sue by 
their guardians, if any, or by their 
prochein ami; subject, however, to 
such orders as the court or judge may 
direct for the protection of infants 
and other persons. 

RULE 71. 
Form of Decree, 

In drawing up decrees and orders, 
neither the bill, nor answer, nor other 
pleadings, nor any part thereof, nor 
the rejiort of any master, nor any 
other prior proceeding, shall be re- 
cited or stated in the decree or order; 
but the decree and order shall begin, 
in substance, as follows: "This cavise 
came on to be heard (or to be further 
heard, as the case may bel at this 
term, and was argued by counsel; and 
thereupon, upon consideration thereof, 
it was ordered, adjudged and decreed 
as follows, viz:" (Here Insert the 
decree or order.) 



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RULE 72. 

Correction of Clerical 3Iistakes In 
Orders and Decrees. 

Clerical mistakes in decree or de- 
cretal orders, or errors arising from 
any accidental slip or omission, may, 
at any time before the close of the 
term at which final decree is ren- 
dered, be corrected by order of the 
court or a judge thereof, upon peti- 
tion, without the form or expense of 
a rehearing. 

RULE 73. 

Preliminary Injunction and Temporary 
RestrainlnK Orders. 

No preliminary injunction shall be 
granted without notice to the opposite 
party. Xor shall any temporary re- 
straining order be granted without 
notice to the opposite party, unless it 
shall clearly appear from specific 
facts, shown by aflidavit or by the 
verified bill, that immediate and ir- 
reparable loss or damage will result 
to the applicant before the matter can 
be heard on notice. In case a tem- 
porary restraining order shall be 
granted without notice, in the con- 
tingency specified, the matter shall be 
made returnable at the earlier possi- 
ble time, and in no event later than 
ten days from the date of the order, 
and shall take precedence of all mat- 
ters, except older matters of the same 
character. When the matter comes up 
for hearing the party who obtained 
the temporary restraining order shall 
proceed with his application for a 
preliminary injunction, and if he does 
not do so the court shall dissolve his 
temporary restraining order. Upon 
two days notice to the party obtaining 
such temporary restraining order, the 
opposite party may appear and move 
the dissolution or modification of the 
order, and in that event the court or 
judge shall proceed to hear and de- 
termine the motion as expeditiously 
as the ends of justice may require. 
Every temporary restraining order 
shall be forthwith filed in the clerk's 
office. 

RULE 74. 
Injunction Pending; Appeal. 

When an appeal from a final decree, 
in an equity suit, granting or dissolv- 
ing an injunction. Is allowed by a Jus- 
tice or a judge who took part in the 
decision of the cause, he may, in his 
discretion, at the time of such allow- 
ance, make an order suspending, mod- 
ifying or restoring the injuncton dur- 
ing the pendency of the appeal, upon 
such terms, as to bond or otherwise, 
as he may consider proper for the se- 
curity of the rights of the opposite 
party. 

RULE 7r,. 
Record on Appeal — Reduction and Prep- 
aration. 

In case of appeal: 

Ca) It shall be the duty of the ap- 
pellant or his solicitor to file with the 
clerk of the court from which the ap- 
peal is prosecuted, together with proof 
or acknowledgment of service of a 
copy on the appellee or his solicitor, 
a praecipe which shall indicate the 

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portions of the record to be Incorpor- 
ated into the transcript on such ap- 
peal. Should the appellee or his solic- 
itor desire additional portions of the 
record incorporated into the tran- 
script, he shall file with the clerk of 
the court his praecipe also within ten 
days thereafter, unless the time shall 
be enlarged by the court or a judge 
thereof, indicating such additional por- 
tions of the record desired by him. 

(b) The evidence to be included 
in the record shall not be set forth in 
full, but shall be stated in simpje and 
condensed form, all parts not essen- 
tial to the decision of the questions 
presented by the appeal being omitted 
and the testimony of witnesses being 
stated only in narrative form, save 
that if either party desires it, and the 
court or judge so directs, any part 
of the testimony shall be reproduced 
in the exact words of the witness. 
The duty of so condensing and stating 
the evidence shall rest primarily on 
the appellant, who shall prepare his 
statement thereof and lodge the same 
in the clerk's office for the examina- 
tion of the other parties at or before 
the time of filing his praecipe under 
paragraph a of this rule. He shall 
also notify the other parties or their 
solicitors of such lodgment and shall 
name a time and place when he will 
ask the court or judge to approve the 
statement, the time so named to be 
at least ten days after such notice. 
At the expiration of the time named 
or such further time as the court or 
judge may allow, the statement, to- 
gether with any objections made or 
amendments proposed by any party, 
shall be presented to the court or the 
judge, and if the statement be true, 
complete and properly prepared, it 
shall be approved by the court or 
judge, and if it be not true, complete 
or properly prepared, it shall be made 
so under the direction of the court 
or judge and shall then be approved. 
When approved, it shall be filed in the 
clerk's office and become a part of the 
record for the purposes of the appeal. 

(c) If any difference arise between 
the parties concerning directions as 
to the general contents of the record 
to be prepared on the appeal, such dif- 
ference shall be submitted to the 
court or judge in conformitv with the 
provisions of paragraph b of this rule 
and shall be covered by the directions 
which the court or judge may give on 
the subject. 

RULE 70. 
Record on .\ppea1 — Reduction and 

Preparation — Costs — Correction of 

OnilNslons. 

In preparing the transcript on an 
appeal, especial care shall be taken to 
avoid the inclusion of more than one 
copy of the same paper and to ex- 
clude the formal and immaterial parts 
of all exhil)its. documents and other 
paners included therein; and for any 
infraction of this or any kindred rule 
the Appellate Court may withhold or 
impose costs as the circumstances of 
the case and the discouragement of 
like infractions in the future may re- 
quire. Costs for such an infractio> 



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may be imposed upon offending solici- 
tors as well as parties. 

If, in tlie transcript, anything ma- 
terial to either party be omitted by 
accident or error, the Appellate Court, 
on a proper suggestion or its own mo- 
tion, may direct that the omission be 
corrected by a supplemental transcript. 

RULE 77. 
Record of Appeal — Agreed Statement. 

When the questions presented by an 
appeal can be determined by the Ap- 
pellate Court without an examination 
of all the pleadings and evidence the 
parties, with the approval of the dis- 
trict court or the judge thereof, may 
prepare and sign a statement of the 
case showing how the questions arose 
and were decided in the district court 
and setting forth so much only of the 
facts alleged and proved, or sought 
to be proved, as is essential to a de- 
cision of such questions by the Appel- 
late Court. Such statement, when filed 
in the office of the clerk of the district 
court, shall be treated as superseding, 
for the purposes of the appeal, all 
parts of the record other than the de- 
cree from which the appeal is taken, 
and, together with such decree, sliall 
be copied and certified to the Appellate 
Court as the record on appeal. 

RULE 78. 
Affirmation in Lieu of Oath. 

Whenever under these rules an oath 
is or may be required to be taken, the 
party may, if conscientiously scrupu- 
lous of taking an oath, in lieu thereof 
make solemn affirmation to the truth 
of the facts stated by him. 



RULE 70. 
Additional Rules By DiHtrict Court. 

With the concurrence of a majority 
of the circuit judges for the circuit, 
the district courts may make any other 
and further rules and regulations for 
the practice, proceedings and process, 
mesne and final, in their respective 
districts, not inconsistent with the 
rules hereby prescribed, and from time 
to time after and amend the same. 

RULE SO. 

Computation of Time — Sundays and 

Holidays. 

When the time prescribed by these 
rules for doing any act expires on a 
Sunday or legal holiday, such time 
shall extend to and include the next 
succeeding day tliat is not a Sunday 
or legal holiday. 

RULE 81. 

These Rules Effective February 1, 191.1 

— Old Rules Abrogated. 

These rules shall be in force on and 
after February 1, 1913, and shall gov- 
ern all proceedings in cases then 
pending or thereafter brought, save 
that where in any then pending cause 
an order has been made or act done 
which cannot be changed witliout do- 
ing substantial injustice, the court may 
give effect to such order or act to the 
extent necessary to avoid any such in- 
justice. ., , , 

All rules theretofore prescribed by 
the Supreme Court, regulating the 
practice in suits in equity, shall be 
abrogated when these rules take ef- 
fect. 



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