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PUBLIC BATHS.

OFFICE BUREAU OF STREETS. 8 hostlers, each....

10 superintendents, each... $1, Superintendent ............. $5,030 Veterinary surgeon...

2,500

10 assistants and firemen,
Fire warden.........
...

Asst. superintendentiem
1,380
each ..

Supt. of street cleaning... 3.844 FIRE ALARM TELEGRAPH.

20 helpers, each.....

660 Clerk for street cleaning.. 1,600 2 attendants, each.......... 900 Timekeeper ......

1,800 MAIN OFFICE. ICE, MILK, MEAT AND FOOD House-moving clerk..

1.500 Chief operator.........

Bill clerk......
INSPECTION.
..... $2,500

1,200 Index clerk......

1,080 Superintendent construction 2,500

Fish inspector......

$2,000 36 ward supts., each........ 2,200 3 operators, each...... 2,000 Meat inspector............... 2,000 7 street inspectors....

999 3 assistant operators, each 1.700

5 restaurant inspectors, ea.. 1,200 1,320

Messenger ........... 1 assistant operator.........

600 10 milk inspectors, each.... 1,100 1 repairer....

1,200 ..........

OFFICE BUREAU OF SEWERS. Chief dairy inspector....... 1,500 Chief repair shop....... 2,500

10 dairy inspectors, each.. 1,000 Superintendent ............. $2,000 BRANCH OFFICE.

19 food inspectors, each... 1,000 Assistant engineer.......... 2,000

2 milk testers, each........ 999 Chief mechanical engineer 1,599 3 operators, each........... $2,000

Pay-roll and voucher clerk.. 3 assistant operators, each. BUREAU OF SANITARY INSPECTION.

1,500 1

Complaint clerk..

1.500 REPAIR SHOP. Chief inspector.............. $2,500 Stenographer ......

1,000 Superintendent machinery.. $1,800 Assistant chief inspector... 1,800 | Draftsman ......

1.099
Division
1,500
clerk.......

. 1,500
Rodman........ ....

1,080 Machinist loremun..........

25 plumbing inspectors, ea. 1,404 Mechanical engineer........ 1,095 3 rendering plant inprs., ea. 1,200

HOUSE DRAIN DIVISION. 1 driver.......

14 tenement inspectors, ea.. | Chief drain inspector....... $1,800 1,500

1,200 1 plumber. Inspector of plans...........

Location clerk.............. 900

1,000 Clerk

Clerks, each.................

900 Records clerk.. .. BUILDING DEPARTMENT. BOARD OF PLUMBERS' EXAMINERS. Junction setters, each...... 1.500 Two examiners, each....... $1,500 Permit clerk......

1.000 Building commissioner...... $5,000 Secretary .................... 1,500 Draftsman....

1,199 Deputy commissioner....... 3,600

30 drain inspectors, each... LABORATORY.

1,199 2,099 Secretary ....

SEWAGE PUMPING STATIONS. Asst. dep. commissioner.

Supt. and bacteriologist.... $2,500

2,500 Architectural engineer...... 2,400 1 assistant bacteriologist... 2,000 Engineers, each.............. $1,299 4 inspectors, each........... 1,800 i assistant bacteriologist... 1,600 Assistant engineers, each.. 1,212 1 inspector.......

1,399

| 4 chemists, each............ 1.500 Firemen, each............... 1,080 Chief elevator inspector 1,599 4 chemists, each..

1,200 CLEANING AND REPAIRING SEWERS. Examiner of plans...... 1,500 Chief clerk.......

1,500 1 foreman........

... $1,806 Chief permit clerk...... 1,399 Chemist helper..

1,000 3 foremen, each............. 1.650 Chief elevator clerk..

900 1,399 Clerks, each..

Foreman bricklayer....

2.200 1 clerk......

2 laborers, each....
780 Foreman carpenter..

1,600 8 clerks, each..... 1,199

Assistant foreman Ch

CITY PHYSICIAN. Stenographer ........ 1,199

go-av. yard............ 39 inspectors, each.... 1.399

Assistant foreman repairing City physician.......... 5 fire escape inspectors.... 1,399

sewers ....... Assistant city physician.... 2,000

.......... 1,800 10 elevator inspectors, each 1,399

BUREAU OF ENGINEERING. Iron inspector............... 1,399 DEPARTMENT OF TRACK

ELEVATION.

GENERAL OFFICE.
HEALTH DEPARTMENT.
COMMISSIONER'S OFFICE.

Assistant bookkeeper and
Track elevation expert..... $5,000

clerk ....................... Secretary.......

$1.00 Commissioner ..... $6,000

Stenographer .....
Assistant commissioner..... 4,000 DEPARTMENT OF INSPEC Messenger .....
Secretary ......
3,000 TION OF STEAM BOILERS

CITY ENGINEER.
Assistant secretary....: 2,000 AND STEAM PLANTS.

City engineer............... $6.000 Accountant .......

1,200
Boiler

$3.600 | Auditor and bookkeeper...

inspector........ Supt. night scav. service.. 1,199

1.800

Chief clerk.. Clerks,

2.400
Chief deputy inspector..... 3,000
each.................

909
Chief smoke inspector...

3

2,400 DIVISION OF CONTAGIOUS DIS

clerks, each.....
Chief clerk......
1,500 Draftsman ....

1,200 EASES. Chief medical inspector..... $3,600

Deputy boiler inspector.... 1,300 | Architectural engineer...... 3,000 Assistant medical inspector 2,400 8 boiler inspectors, each.... 1,300 | 1 clerk..........

1,500 Hospital inspector.......... 2,000

8 smoke inspectors, each... 1,200 I BRIDGE AND VIADUCT REPAIRS Other inspectors, each, $999 Clerks, each, $900 to....... 1,200

AND MAINTENANCE. to ...

1,500
CITY SEALER'S OFFICE.

Superintendent ....
Chief of disinfectors......... 1,800

Clerk ...........

1,800 Tester of disinfectants.... 1,200 City sealer.................. $3,000 Shopkeeper .......

1,380 19 disinfectors, each....... 1,199 Chief deputy sealer.....

Foreman iron worker.

1,878 Clerks, each..

900 6 deputy sealers, each...... 1,500 Foreman carpenter..... Chauffeur ................... 1,000 7 deputy sealers, each...... 1,100

Foreman machinist...

Foreman electric railway BUREAU OF VITAL STATISTICS.

BOARD OF EXAMINING EN mechanic ...........
Registrar ..

$2,500
GINEERS.
Foreman painter......

1,565 Assistant registrar...... 2,000

President ...
$2,000 Marine pilot.................

1,020 Recorder of deaths...... 2,000 Vice-president

2,000 Marine engineer......

1.200 Clerk record of births...... 1,200 Secretary .....

. 2,000 Rodman .....

2,100 4 funeral inspectors, each..

Chief clerk........

1,300 Clerks, each, $900 to.......

BRIDGE CONSTRUCTION. 1,000

1,200 3 inspectors, each.....

Iron designer in charge.... $4,000 ISOLATION HOSPITAL.

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC Structural iron designer....
Superintendent...... ..... $1,000

WORKS.
Civil engineer..

2.100 Resident physician 1.800

1 civil engineer..

COMMISSIONER'S OFFICE. 8 nurses, each...... 800

1 civil engineer...... Engineer ..........

1,500

Commissioner...... ...$10,000 Machine designer...... 2 assistant engineers, each. Deputy commissioner

| 3 iron designers, each.... 2 firemen, each...

900
Chief accountant....

2,250 Other designers, each $1,200
Private secretary..

2,100

to ..........................
AMBULANCE SERVICE.
Contract clerk.......

2,000 2 draftsmen, each......
Foreman
.. $1,200 Bookkeeper .....

1.500 | Engineering draftsman...... 1,400 16 doctors, each. 1,200 Voucher and pay-r

1,500 Rodmen, each, $1,000 to.... 1,500 3 drivers, each..... 1.000 3 clerks, each...

1,200 Mason inspector............ Barnman .......... 900 Messenger ............

. 780 Structural iron inspector.. 1,560

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CHICAGO HARBOR.
Division, East, 2 men, each

Brick tester.....

.. $2,400 ..... $2,200 Division, West, 2 men, each

Chief sidewalk inspector... 3,000 Assistant engineer

1,150 Division, West, 2 men, each 75 | Asst. chief sidewalk insp... 1,500 1 rodman........

1,080 Eighteenth, 2 men, each... 100 39 sidewalk inspectors, ea.. 1 rodman. 1,000 Eighteenth, 2 men; each....

75

| 2 draftsmen, each........... 1,199 Harbormaster ......... 1,350 Erie, 4 men, each..........

75 | 2 chief sewer insprs., each. 2,000 Asst. harbormasters, each.. 1,080 Fuller, 4 men, each........

Chief sewer pipe inspector. 1,599 Vessel.dispatcher........... 1.200 Fullerton, 2 men, each..... 75 Foreman house drain inAsst. vessel dispatchers, ea. 1,080 Halsted, North (canal), 2

spection ....

............... 1.416 Telephone operators, each.. 800 I m en, each.................

Asphalt director......

2.000 6 dredging inspectors, each. 1,200 Halsted, North (canal), 2

4 asphalt inspectors, each.. 1,500 6 barbor police, each....... 1,080 men, each....

Asphalt chemist............. 1,800 DIVISION OF ARCHITECTURE. Halsted, North (river), 2

DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICCity architect............... $3,600 men, each......

ITY. Chief draftsman......

Halsted, North 2.000

(river), .......

2

Chief electrician.......

men, Draftsmen, each, $1,000 to 1,788

... $5,000
each.................
Halsted, South, 2 men, ea..

Chief gas inspector......... 3.000
BRIDGETENDERS.
Halsted, South. 2 men, ea..

Chief engineer........ ... 1.800
For first 6 months under old
Harrison, 2 men, each...... 100

Clerks, each, $900 to........ 1.800 system,

Harrison, 2 men, each..... 75 Inspectors, each............. 1,200 Adams .................. $1,350 Indiana, 4 men, each......

OIL INSPECTOR. * Archer ..

1,500 | Jackson, 2 men, each... 100 Chief oil inspector....... Ashland, south fork.. 450 Kinzie, 4 men, each...

Chief deputy................. $1,800 Ashland, west fork....

Lake, 2 men, each....... 100

Deputies, each, $900 to...... 960 Belmont 900 Laurel, 2 men, each..

*The salaries and expenses of Blackhawk 750 Loomis, 2 men, each....

100

the chief and deputy oil inspectCanal ....... 1,700 Loomis, 2 men, each......

ors are now paid from the fees Chicago ..... 800 Madison, 2 men, each.... 100

of the office, the chief inspector Chittenden . 300 Main, 2 men, each.........

retaining the residue. Clark ...... 1.350 Main, 2 men, each.....

75 Clybourn ..... 1,700 Ninety-Second, 4 men, each 75

PUBLIC LIBRARY. Diversey 450 Ninety-Fifth, 2 men, each.

109

Librarian ................... $5,500 Division, East....

1.700 Ninety-Fifth, 2 men, each. 75 Secretary ............ .. 3,750 Division, West.

1,700 North avenue, 2 men, each. 100 Assistant librarian..... ... 2,500 Eighteenth 1,700 North avenue, 2 men, each.

Chief engineer.......... 2,300 Erie 800 106th, 4 men, each..........

Supts., each, $1,000 to.. 1,900 Fuller ...

600 | Randolph, 2 men, each... 100 Clerks, each, $400 to..... 900 Fullerton ........

1,350
Randolph, 2 men, each.

| Pages, each, $300 to......... 600 Halsted, North (3 mos.)... 275 Riverdale, 1 man.......

WATER DEPARTMENT. Halsted, North (river)...... 1,700 Rush, 2 men, each..... Halsted, South 1,700 State, 2 men, each....

100

WATER-PIPE EXTENSION. Harrison . 1,700 State, 2 men, each....

Superintendent

... $3,800 Indiana 300 Taylor, 2 men, each....

100 Assistant superintendent.... 2,100 Jackson 1,350 Taylor, 2 men, each......

Engineerin...,

2,988 Kinzie

900

Twelfth, 2 men, each....... 100 Clerks, each, $900 to........ 1.800 Lake 1,350 Twenty-Second, 2 men, ea.. 100 Stenographer ..........

1,000 Laurel ..

450 Twenty-Second, 2 men, ea.. 75 Draftsmen, each, $1,080 to 1,399 Loomis

1,700

Thirty-Fifth, 4 men, each. 75 Plumbing inspector.......... 1,500 Madison 1,350 Van Buren, 2 men, each... 100 Timekeepers, each...........

1,200 Main ... 1,700 Van Buren, 2 men, each....

Watchmen,' each..... Ninety-Second . 750 Webster, 2 men, each......

Foremen, per mo., $112.50 to 125 Ninety-Fifth .....

1,700 Weed, 2 men, each......... 100 North avenue....

Wells, 2 men, each......

100

CITY PIPE YARDS. One Hundred and Sixth. 450 Western, North, 2 men, ea.. Superintendent ......

$1,800 Polk 1,000 Western, North, 2 men. ea..

4 foremen, each....

.. 1,200 Randolph

1,700 Western, South, 4 men, ea.. 75 8 watchmen, each. Riverdale

240
BUREAU OF MAPS AND

Carpenter foreman....

1,565 Rush

1,350
PLATS.
Clerk ...............

1,000 State

1.700 Taylor

WATER CRIBS. ...

Superintendent ............. $2,999

1,700 Twenty-Second

1.700

Legal description clerk...... 1.5005 cribkeepers, each.......... $1,199 Twelfth .......

1,350

Draftsmen, each, $1,080 to 1,3995 asst. cribkeepers, each.... 1,000 Thirty-Fifth

600
BOARD OF LOCAL IMPROVE- Diver ......

2,400 Van Buren.....

1,700
MENTS.

TESTING DIVISION.
Webster .......

600
4 members of board, each.. $4,000 Chief tester........

... $3,000 Weed

900

Secretary and member...... 4.000 1 assistant tester...... ... 1,800 Wells

1,350

Chief clerk special assmts. 3,000 2 assistant testers, each... 1,500 Western, North......

1 700

Chief sewer clerks....... 2,400 | Rodman .................... 1,200 Western, South..

909

2 paving clerks, each..... 2,100 For last six months under civil

METER MECLAICAL DIVISION. 2 paving clerks, each.. 1,900 service. Per month. | Docket clerk............ 1,800

Foreman ............

.... $2,000 Adams, 2 men, each... .. $105 Index clerk....

1,800
Clerk at shops.......

1,200 Archer, 2 men, each....... 100

2,000 Condemnation clerk..

Meter setters, per day.... 4.00 Archer, 2 men, each...

Chief sidewalk clerk... 1,300 Plumbers, per day ....... 4.50 Ashland, s. fork, 2 men, ea. Estimate clerk............... 1,500

Laborers, per day......... 2.50 Ashland, w. fork, 2 men, ea.

Roll clerk....................

1,500 Expressmen, per day........ 3.50 Ashland, w. fork, 2 men, ea.

Street engineering clerk.... 1,500 PUMPING STATIONS (WATER). Belmont, 2 men, each...... 75 Other clerks, each, $900 to 1,400 Blackhawk, 4 men. each...

Chief engineer in charge... $3,000 Chief bookkeeper............ 2,400 Canal, 2 men, each..... Assistant bookkeepers, ea.. 1.200

8 chief engineers, each..... 2,500 Canal, 2 men, each......

28 engineers, each........... 2,000 Stenographers, ea., $1.000 to 1,200 Chicago, 4 men, each...... Messengers,' each, $900 to

Other eng’rs, ea., $1,200 to 1,320

1.000 Chittenden, 2 men, each.

12 boiler washers, each..... 1,700

1,080 Recording secretary........

100 oilers, each.......

1.080 Clark, 2 men, each......... 100 1 engineer...................

4,200 Clybourn, 2 men, each....

Firemen, each............... 100 3,000

1,080 Chief street engineer...... Clybourn, 2 men, each...... 75

Coal passers, each...........

2.200 Asst. engineers, ea., $1,300 to

1,000 Dearborn, 2 men, each..... 00 Rodmen, each.......

1,100 FULLERTON AVENUE PUMPING Dearborn, 2 men, each....

Chauffeurs, each.....

1,000

STATION. Diversey, 2 men, each.....

Paving inspectors, each...... 1,599 Chief engineer.............. $1,599 Division, East, 2 men, each 100 Cement tester...

.... 2,400 | Assistant engineers, each.. 1,212

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MITER-RAT DIVISION. BUREAU OF WATER.

Assessor .................... $3.600 Chler clerk....
Assistant assessor..........

1.500 Assistant chief clerk.
COLLECTION DIVISION.
4 assistant assessors, each. 1,199

Chief rate taker.....
Superintendent

.. $4,500
| 1 clerk.......

1,600 14 rate takers, each....

• Caca......... Chlef clerk.....

2,600
Custodians, each.............

1,199

Voucher clerk.....
Cashier ...........

2,500
1 clerk........................

1,199

14 clerks, each........ Assistant cashier. 2,000

Expert testers, each...
Chief accountant...

1.800
INSPECTION DIVISION.

Mail clerk................
Registrar ...........
1,500 Chier inspector.............. $3,500

SHUT-OF DIVISION
Chlef night clerk..... . 1.500 Clerk ...............

Superintendent ..
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CHICAGO PARK FINANCES (1906)
SOUTH PARKS.

Old shore protection sinking fund....... $25,000.00
CASH RECEIPTS.
Old shore protection bond interest...

95.000.00 Balance Dec. 1, 1905......

..$1,405,478.05
Academy of Sciences, by contract.

7.254.76 Park completion bonds....

... 1,000,000.00 Premium on bonds......

Total fixed charges............ 125.00

147.254.76 1,625, 464.37

Park maintenance.............. Tax warrants........

215,005,81 9.990.74

Repairs, Deposits on permits..

9.676.38 Interest on deposits..

96,343.95
Boulevard maintenance..

10.036.48 Miscellaneous .........

148,632.70
Sundry improvements.....

83,649.17 Reserve for improvements....

48.000.00 Total .......... . 4,211,024.81

513,689.93 CAST DISBURSEMONTS Excess of income over expenditures...

319.6 Audited vouchers........

.. 2,463, 362.03 Balance Nov. 30, 1906... .: 1.747, 163.78

514.002.62

BALANCE SHENT, DEC. 31, 1906.
Total
.. 4,211,024.81

Assets.
REVENUES.
Property ..........................

852,890.97 Tax warrants......... 1,625, 454,37 Expenses to be met hy future assmts.

388.10 Premium on bonds...... 125.00 Sheridan road improvement fund..

28,962.60 Interest and discounts.. 28.011.99 Accounts receivable...............

33, 183.66 Accrued bond interest..

3,222.20 Insurance (unexhausted premium Refectories ............. 88,963.87 Old shore protection bonds...

48,000.00 Ice-cream factory..... 23, 307.79 Cash in bank....

1,120,009.81 Sports ........ 649.35 Cash on hand......

391.46 Launches ......

8.774.10 Boats 16,948.95 Total ..

..... 2,085,970.00 Nurseries ...

15,294.90

Liabilities.
Laundry ....

17.711.13
Bonds Issued.........................

..... 1,500,000.00 Stores adjustment.

833.81
Special assessment bonds.......

28,952.69 Fire loss (garage)..

672.24
Bond interest and premium...

84.715.07 Unclaimed wages.....

502.53
Deferred charges.................

28,483.33 New shore protection special

3,069.64 Total

....... 1,830,262.33
Deposits to be returned........

936.00
FOXPIONDITUR 18.
Maintenance funds...

2,055 23 Maintenance ...

828,191.03 Unclaimed assessment rebates..... Field Columbian museum 15,000.00 Ohio street extension, unexpended

18.887.48 Art Institute....... 68,092.14 Accounts payable......

6,747.31 Interest on bonds 231,465.00 Suspense account.....

5.984.00 Refectories ...........

108,771.63
Sinking funds.........

357,780 06 Ice-cream factory..... 22,743.79 Reserve accounts...

48,000.00 Launches ..... 18,567.73 Balance income account

319.69 Boats .......

14.014.57 Nurseries 7,675.46 Total ..

.... 2,085,970.00 Laundry ....

7,483.86 Fire losses......

3, 434.12

WEST PARKS. Machinery adjustment.

16,130.17

RICRIPTS. Miscellaneous ..... 190 47 Balance Jan. 1. 1906.

$69,337.69 Balance 488,601.97 Tax-levy collections...

111.670.91 Tax-levy warrants....

100,000.00 Total ................. . 1,830,262.23 Interest on deposits..

7.277.81 Bonded debt Feb. 1, 1907. 6,450,000.00 Miscellaneous ..

18,028.03 Total assets Nov. 30, 1906. .................20.098,639.94 Voucher returned.....

641.00 Paymaster refund.......

2,090.51 LINCOLN PARK, Contingent-fund loan repaid

1.000.00 Receiver Bank of Illinois...

88,621.30 BUMMARY OF GENERAL TUND. Improvement bonds of 1906

1,000,000.00 Receipts. Small park bonds, 1906....

500,000.00 Balance from 1905...... $28,780.06 Premium on bonds......

115.00 Tax levy of 1905 (net).. 460,726.63 Coupons on bonds........

18,711.67 Boat receipts (net).....

7.001.29
Washington boulevard assessmen

648.16 Rents and concessions.

10,219.86
Douglas park assessment..

95.869.77 Permit fees... 240.00 Transfer of funds......

37.313.30 Sund sales......

183,00 Interest donation.....

1.782.39
Total

2.641,120.05 From old mill..

1,089.64

DISBURSEMENTS, Accounts payable... 75.00 Maintenance

463,939.80 Special assessment refund... 3.904.97 Improvement

339, 711.01 Miscellaneous .. 514.002.62

823,072.94 Expenditures.

Total ................... Park-extension sinking fund.....

1,626, 716.75 50,000.00 Balance Dec. 31. 1906....

1,014,403,80 Park-extension bond interest ...... 40,000.00 Bonded debt Jan. 1, 1908....

.... 3,660,000.00

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CHICAGO BOARD OF EDUCATION.

Offices on the sixth, seventh and eighth floors of | Meetings of Board-On alternate Wednesday eventhe Tribune building.

ings. President-Otto C. Schneider.

SUPERINTENDENTS. Vice-President-Rev. R. A. White.

Superintendent-Edwin G. Cooley. Secretary-Lewis E. Larson,

Assistant Superintendents-William M. Roberts and Members-Otto C. Schneider, R. A. White, John

Charles P. Megan. R. Morron, Frank C. Waller, Theodore W. Rob

Superintendent of Compulsory Education-W. L. inson, Chester M. Dawes, Alfred R. Urion, Bodine. Adolph F. Gartz, Oscar F. Greifenhagen, P.

Superintendent of Parental School-Rufus M Shelly O'Ryan, Daniel L. Cameron, Severt T.

Hitch.
Gunderson, Dr. Alexander L. Blackwood, George
B. Limbert, George T. Trumbull, Dr. Alfred D.

DISTRICT SUPERINTENDENTS. Kohn, Mrs. Emmons Blaine, Miss Jane Addams, 1. William C. Dodge. 13. Ella C. Sullivan. Dr. Joon Guerin, Modie J. Spiegel.

2. Charles D: Lowry. I School Management Committee-John R. Morron,

SUPERVISORS. chairman; Messrs. Dawes, Cameron, Miss Addams, Mrs. Blaine, Dr. White, Messrs. O'Ryan,

Physical_Culture—Henry Suder.

Manual Training and Household Arts-Robert M. Kohn, Blackwood and Robinson. Member ex otti

Smith. cio-President of board."

Schools for Blind-John B. Curtis. Buildings and Grounds Committee-Frank C. Waller, chairman; Messrs. Spiegel, Gunderson, Lim

OFFICE HOURS. bert, Trumbull, Urion, Greifenhagen, Gartz and General offices open from 9 a, m. to 5 p. m.; Sat

Guerin. Member ex officio-President of board. urday to 12 m. Finance Committee-Theodore W. Robinson, chair Business manager, 4 p. m. to 5 p. m. man; Messrs. Morron, Waller and Dawes. Mein Superintendent. Tuesday, Thursday, 3 to 5: Satber ex officio-President of board.

urday, 9 to 12. Committee on Rules-Chester M. Dawes, chair District superintendents, Saturdays, 9 a. m. to 12 man; Messrs. Robinson and Morron.

m., and 4 p. m. to 5 p. m. on stated days.

SCHOOLS OF CHICAGO.

With the location and principal of each. Chicago Normal School-68th street and Stewart | Altgeld – 71st and Loomis streets; James W. avenue; Ella F. Young.

Brooks. Normal Practice School -68th street and Stewart Andersen-Lincoln and Division streets; Francis avenue; Morgan G. Hogge.

McKay. Harrison Practice School-23d place and Went

Armour, P. D.-33d place and Auburn avenue; worth avenue; William C. Payne.

Minnie R. Cowan. Chicago Parental School-North St. Louis and Berwyn avenues; Rufus M. Hitch.

Arnold-Burling and Center streets; John E. Ad

ams. HIGH SCHOOLS.

Auburn Park-Normal avenue, near 81st street; Austin-Frink street and Walnut avenue; George Avon S. Hall. H. Rockwood. .

Audubon-Cornelia and Hoyne avenues; Austin C. Bowen-89th street and Manistee avenue (site).

Rishel. Calumet--Normal avenue, near 81st street; Avon Austin Grammar-Frink street and Walnut aveS. Hall.

nue; George H. Rockwood. Curtis, George W. (high school department)-Stanwood avenue, near State street; Thomas C. Hill.

Avondale-North Sawyer avenue and Wellington Englewood-Stewart avenue and 62d street; James

street; John H. Stehman. E. Armstrong.

Bancroft-Maplewood avenue, near North avenue; Hoyne, Thomas, Manual Training High-Cass and

Carrie F. Patterson. Illinois streets; William J. Bogan.

Barnard, Alice L.-Charles and 104th streets; Hyde Park--56th street and Kimbark avenue; Hi

Elizabeth H. Sutherland. ram B. Loomis.

Bass, Perkins--66th and May streets; Fulton B. Jefferson-West Wilson and North 46th avenues; Ormsby. Charles A. Cook.

Beale-Sangamon and 61st streets; John W. May. Lake-Union avenue and West 47th place; Ed

Beaubien - North 52d and Winnemac avenues; ward F. Stearns.

Sarah J. O'Keefe. Lake View-Ashland_avenue and Irving Park bou

Beidler, Jacob-Walnut street and Kedzie avenue; levard; Benjamin F. Buck.

Fred E. Smith. Marshall, John-Adams street, near Kedzie avenue:

Belding, Hiram H.-North 42d court and West CulLouis J. Block.

lom a venue; Delos Buzzell. McKinley, William-Adams street and Hoyne ave

Bismarck-Armitage and North Central Park avenue: George M. Clayberg.

nues; Samuel R. Meck. Medill-11th place, near Throop street; Edward

Blaine Grace street and Janssen avenue; Mary J. C. Rosseter.

Zollman. Phillips, Wendell-39th street and Prairie avenue;

Bradwell, Myra-Sherman avenue, near 77th street; Spencer R. Smith,

Georgia A. Seaman. Richard T. Crane Manual Training-Oakley bou

Brainard-Washburne avenue and Leavitt street; levard and Van Buren street; Albert R. Robin

Mina P. Scheurer. son.

Brenan, Thomas-Lime street, near Archer avenue; South Chicago-93d street and Houston avenue;

Mary A. Forkin. Charles I. Parker.

Brentano-North Fairfield avenue, niear Diversey Tuley-North Claremont and Potomac avenues;

avenue: Washington D. Smyser. Franklin P. Fisk.

Brown-Warren avenue and Wood street; Matilda Waller.. Robert A.–Orchard and Center streets;

M. Niehaus. Oliver s. Wescott.

Brownell-Perry avenue, near 65th street; Alma M.

Willard.
ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS.

Bryant-41st court, niear 14th street; Ida Mighell. Adams. J. 1.–Townsend, between Chicago ave Burke, Edmund-Prairie avenue and 52d street; nue and Locust street; Inger M, Schjoldager.

Arthur 0. Rape. Agassiz--Diversey boulevard and Seminary avenue; Burley, Augustus H.-Barry avenue, near Ashland Lena E. Troendle.

avenue; Cephas H. Leach. Alcott--Wrightwood avenue and Orchard street; Burns, Robert-Central Park avenue and 25th Eugene C. Webster,

street; Robert Nightingale.

Burnside, Ambrose E.-91st place and Langley Fuller, Melville W.-42d street and St. Lawrez avenue; Frank W. Reider.

avenue; Clara J. Breese. Burr-Ashland and Wabansia avenues; Frank L. Fulton-Hermitage avenue and 53d street; Cic Morse.

H. McFarlin. Burroughs-36th street and Washtenaw avenue; Gallistel-104th street and Ewing avenue; Jaan George D. Plant.

H. Henry. Byford, William H., Austin-Iowa street and Cen Garfield-Johnson street and 14th place; James I tral avenue; Novella M. Close.

Welsh. Calhoun-Jackson boulevard and Francisco avenue; Gladstone--Robey street and Washburne avent Luella V. Little.

Daniel A. Tear. Cameron, D. R.-Monticello and Potomac avenues; Goethe-Rockwell street, near Fullerton areas Herbert L. Merrill.

Charles S. Bartholf. Carpenter-Center avenue and Huron street; Vol Goldsmith, Oliver-210 Maxwell street; Charles ney Underbill.

Lunack. Carter-Wabash avenue and 61st street; Abbey E. Goodrich-Taylor and Sangamon streets; Carols: Lane.

G. Adams. Chalmers, Thomas-12th street and Fairfield ave

Goudy, W. C.-North Foster and Winthrop 4 nue; J. Katherine Cutler.

nues; Harriet A. Eckhardt. Chase-Cornelia court and Point place; A. Esther

Graham-45th street and Union avenue; Williss

E. Watt. Butts,

Grant-Wilcox avenue, near Western avente Chicago Lawn-62d street and Hamlin avenue;

Sarah A. Kirkley.
Helen Blanchard.
Clarke-Ashland avenue and West 13th street;

Greeley, Horace-Grace street and Sheffield avenue:

Elizabeth A. McGillen. Henry G. Clark.

Greene, Nathanael-Paulina and 36th streets; Ida Clay, Henry-133d street and Superior avenue;

M. Cook. Jennette I. Pratt.

Gresham-85th and Green streets; Robert H. Colman-Dearborn street, niear 47th; P. Francis

Rennie. Haley.

Hamilton-Cornelia street and North Marshfel Columbus-Augusta street, between Hoyne avenue

avenue; Elizabeth W. Murphy. and Leavitt street; Kate A. Reedy.

Hamline, John H.-48th and Bishop streets; Susi Coonley, John C.-Leavitt street and Belle Plaine

L. Cowan. avenue; Cora E. Lewis

Hammond-21st place, near California avenue Cooper-West 19th Street, near Ashland avenue;

Mary E. Tobin. Ida A. Shaver.

Hancock-Princeton avenue and Swan street; Pat Copernicus-Throop and 60th streets; Cora Ca

rick Chamberlaine. verno. Cornell-Drexel a venue, near 75th street; Flora J.

Hartigan-Armour avenue, near Root street; Mary

A. McNarney.
Joslyn.
Crerar, John-Campbell avenue, between Taylor

Harvard-Harvard avenue, between 74th and 731)

streets: Mary S. L. Hartigan. and Fillmore streets; Charles S. Peters.

Haven-Wabash avenue and 15th street; George C. Curtis, George W.-Stanwood a venue, near State

Bannan. street; Thomas C. Hill.

Hawthorne-School street and Seminary avenue: Dante-Despla ines, Ewing and Forquer streets;

George W. Davis,
Harriet F. Hayward.
Darwin, Charles P.-Edgewood avenue and Catalpa

Hayes-Leavitt and Fulton streets; Simeon V.

Robbins. court-Ernest E. Cole.

Hayt-Granville avenue and Perry street; Elmer Davis, Nathan Smith-Sacramento a venue and 39th

L. Klitzing. street; Jaroslav J. Zmrhal.

Headley-Lewis street and Garfield avenue; LuDewey, George-54th street and Union avenue; Ed

man Hewes. ward McLoughlin.

Healy-Wallace street, near 31st: Edward J. Tobin. Doolittle, James R., Jr.-35th street, near Cottage

Hedges-48th street and Winchester avenue: Mar. Grove a venue; Orville T. Bright. Dore-Harrison street, near Halsted ; Fred J. Wat

cella R. Hanlon.

Hendricks-43d street and Tracy avenue; Florence son.

U. Colt. Douglas—32d street and Forest avenue; Lucia

Henry, Patrick-West Cullom and Eberly avenues; Johnston.

Mary E. C. Lyons. Drake, John B.-Calumet avenue, between 26th and

Holden-Loomis and 31st streets; J. D. Shoop. 28th streets; Grace Reed.

Holmes-55th and Morgan streets; James W. McDrummond-Clybourn place and North Lincoln

Ginnis. street; Helen R. Ryan,..

Howe, Julia Ward, Austin-Laurel avenue and SuEarle, Charles W.-61st street and Hermitage ave

perior street; Mary E. Vance. nue; Ira C. Baker.

Howland, George -- Spaulding avenue and 16th Emerson-Walnut and Paulina streets; Catherine

street; Amelia D. Hookway. A. Tibbetts.

Irving--Lexington and Leavitt streets; John W. Emmet, Robert, Austin-Corner Madison street and

Troeger. Pine avenue; Harriet P. Davis.

Irving Park-2338 North 41st court; A. R. Sabin. Ericsson, John-West Harrison street, near Sacra

Jackson, Andrew-Sholto and Better streets; Wilmento avenue; Andrew J. Wood.

liam Hedges · Everett-Irving avenue and 31th street; Daniel A.

Jahn-North Lincoln street and Belmont avenue. White.

Jefferson-Elburn avenue and Laflin street; CathaFallon-Wallace and 42d streets; James E. Mc

rine M. Delanty. Dade.

Jenner, Edward-Oak street and Milton avenue: Farragut-Spaulding avenue and 23d street; Henry Frederick J. Lane. C. Cox.

J'rka, Frank J.-17th and Laflin streets; Mary E. Farren-Wabash avenue, near 51st street; Gertrude Rodgers. E. English.

Jones- Plymouth court and Harrison street; Dora Felsenthal. Herman-Calumet avenue and 41st

W. Zollman. street; Walter J. Harrower.

Jungman-Nutt and West 18th streets; Sarah A. Field, Eugene-Greenleaf and North Ashland ave

Fleming. nues; D. Grant Hays.

Keith-Dearborn and 34th streets; Edward WildeFiske, John--62d street and Ingleside avenue; man. Elizabeth V. Port.

Kenwood-Lake avenue and 50th street; Alice E. Forrest ville-45th street and St. Lawrence avenue; Sollitt. Florence Holbrook.

Kershaw-Union avenue, near 64th street; William Foster-Union and O'Brien streets; Mary B. Cate Radebaugh. lain.

Key, Francis Scott, Austin-Ohio street and Park Franklin-Goethe street, near Wells-Mary J. W. avenue: Eleanor M. Dunn. Boughan,

| King-Harrison street, near Western avenue; ElFroebel-21st and Robey streets; Ellen K. Baker. I len J. Hardick.

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