More on O'Brien - Raid on "Lancaster" Hotel / Not "Woodruff"
under the promotional examination held by the civil-service civil-service civil-service commissioners Hay SL The list of ellglhles waa posted. It showed that Inspectors Hartnett. Heidelmeler. and Kalas failed to pass the examination. whiieAsslst ant Superintendent of Police John E. Ptacek got a place near the center of the list. All tcese officials got their present positions through original entrance examinations which have been -declared -declared illegal, and they aru likely to drop back under the promotional examinations. This will leave Kalaa, Hart nett, aad Heidelmeler lieutenants and Ptscek captain only in event of hia being certified to that position by Chief O'Neill. William P. Clancy. lieutenant at the Stock Tarda police station, heads the eligible list. Lieutenant P. D. O'Brien is second. How ever. Lieutenants Burdick of Woodlawn and Haines ef Caaalport avenue being veterans. will actually head the list, the former at the top. :, r ..... ' Halae Is la Favor. Two vacancies are to be filled atonce. The first three on the list will be certified to Chief O'Neill. From the nsmes of Burdick Haines, and .Clancy the chief will pick the in who Is to fill the captaincy left vacant or the chiefs own promotion, ft is ru mored that Halaea will be chosen first. To fill the second vacancy the name of O'Brien will be certified with the two rejected by O'Neill. According to a rumor. O'Brien will be chosen to fill the vacancy left by the recent death of Captain Louis Haas. Three additional vacancies may occur soon If the courts bold that Inspectors Hartnett Kalas, and Heidelmeler must be ousted, their-places their-places their-places wUl bo ailed from the ranks of the captains now oa the eligible list ior in spectorships. This will leave the vacancies to be filled from the list posted yesterday. Peter J. Joyce, who waa recently ordered discharged by the civil-service civil-service civil-service commission ers in connection with the Larkla false ex sense account, originally stood second on the eligible list. The commissioners ordered his nsme struck from the list, and with it that of James Bonfield. who was discharged by Mayor Harrison. Corporation Counsel Walker advised the 'commission that Bon field. belnar a hold-over hold-over hold-over lieutenant, was sub ject to discharge by the mayor without the formality of a clvil-servlce clvil-servlce clvil-servlce trial. Saeeessfal la Bxaaalaallaa. Forty-eight Forty-eight Forty-eight police lieutenants took the examination and the following; with -Joyce -Joyce and -Bonneid. -Bonneid. passed the examination .with these, a maces: i William ,P.r Clsocy.rStock yards, - Bcej; , jatneg. u. u unen, .cottage Grove avenue. 8X46; Hugh MelanlphT. South Chicago.' Sz.12 ; " Joseph Kandsla.-- Kandsla.-- Kandsla.-- ftawsoa street, 80.39.- 80.39.- -John -John M. Coiimi, Chleagoave-nue, Chleagoave-nue, Chleagoave-nue, 79.70: Anson Backus. Hyde Park. 79.13; William D. Ambrose, Maxwell street, 78.80; William. PJuukett.- PJuukett.- Central detail. 7S.6S; Alexis C Burdick. Woodlawn. 76.47: John E. Ptacek, assistaat superintendent of police. 75.93; John F. O'Hara. West Lake street, 71.88 ; John M. Haines, Caaalport avenue. 71.72; ' Andrew Rohan, detective 'headquarters, 'headquarters, -70.98; -70.98; . Bampel Collins, -Irving. -Irving. Park boulevard, 70.96; Edward Cosgrove.. Lawn-dale Lawn-dale Lawn-dale avenue. 70.05, and John P. Beard. West Lake street and Forty-Third Forty-Third Forty-Third avenue. 70.70. William P. Clancy, doing service at the Fiftieth street police station, was brought before :he civil service commission with Inspector Inspector Hunt on charges of being too friendly with keepers of "blind pigs" la the prohibition prohibition districts of Hyde Park. After an Investigation Investigation the commiasloavrs reprimanded Clancy. , Traanferredl Beeaaae of Raid. Lieutenant P- P- D. O'Brien headed a raid on the Lancaster hotel, at Wabash avenue and Twenty-Fir Twenty-Fir Twenty-Fir t street, last winter. The result was a storm of protest about the lieutenant's head, and he waa traaef erred from the Cottage Cottage Grove avenue police station. Captain Luke P. Colleran. chief of detect ives, will be removed from office for neglect of duty, according to a rumor from the rooms of the civil service commissioners. Commissioners Commissioners Ela and Powell are declared to have reached thla decision, but action la delayed. because Commissioner Ltndblom wants more time to read over the evidence. The commissioners commissioners said yesterday that the decision might be expected soon. I dislike the practice of holding back and considering these matters from week to week," Commissioner Powell said. ' I favor quick action, and disposing ef these matters before they overlap one another. inspector. John D. Bbea conferred with the commissioners yesterday relative- relative- to the ebargea of abusing a prisoner against De tectives Oarrlgaa and Stevens. A decision wss arrived atas the matter now stands, but this is he'd back because of statements that two witnesses against the accused were not heard. The policemen will be found guiltless If the evidence alleeed to have bees-held bees-held bees-held back Is not produced today. THE REV. HENRY BOWMAN DEAD. Freaehlaa at the- the- Aae of IS aad . Knarred mi 03. Epeeht Dispatch to Th Inter Ocean.--; Ocean.--; Ocean.--; Ocean.--; BLOOM LNQTOX. I1L, Nov. 15. The death the Rev. Henry Bowman, which occarred re yesterday, removes cne or tne most remarkable characters " ot the Methodist Episcopal church. ' He was one of the oldest. It not the oldest, clergyman cf that church who was active In the pulpit almost tip to the time of his death. He was 95 years of age. and began preaching at the age ct 18. Hew torn in Guilford county. North Carolina, aad preached through the South for over a half century. He attracted wide attention during the civil war by his fearless abolition utter ances. He denounced the eaeae of slavery Irotn the pulpit, aad had many narrow escapes rrom death. Only his profession saved him from assassination. He waa absolutely free from fesr. and preached without regard for his personal safety, la the '60s he came to Illinois. He preferred the lITe of a circuit rider and sought the people of the rural dts trlcts. He waa heloved wherever he went. and his name i revered by thousands of peo ple. Ill health compelled him to cease, his active work In the pulpit a few months ago. The funeral waa held today, and prominent divines In the Methodist church from all ever the country attended. 1 YATES ; TO ATTEND BAZAAR. Coverner and .Wife See Collaeoaa Fair Tcalsai. Governor Ulchard" Yates aad Mr. Yaien are txpected to be the guests of honor this even-teg even-teg even-teg at the barsar or the benefit of St. Tin- Tin- seat's Infant asylum, at the Coliseum. The Governor and. his wife are expected In Chl-eego Chl-eego Chl-eego today .and" ha to given Professor Gotts-4a!k. Gotts-4a!k. Gotts-4a!k. th4troin .of spending' the -eveelr -eveelr g- g- gRer a OJnneTt:theCVauBetcihkta'rittiaf I the: booths of the haaaar. .a; j -'J -'J -tHrtaj -tHrtaj I iMMt alaht .the -chief -chief entertainment waa a fancy drill by Company :M ot-lhe ot-lhe ot-lhe First regw ajent. " v 7: v .y. i - a .. - . Rivalry among the women from the different sections of the city to make their booths attractive attractive Is arousing considerable Interest. Many of the individual booths have taken lu tuorethan tlOe la the two -nigh -nigh ta, and an afieraooa which, the fair has been opened. . THIRD WARD ORGANIZES. Baadresa of Messkers Atleaa afeetlaa -;- -;- -;- of Theoaora Sooaevelt Clafc. The Theodora Roesevelt club of the Third ward, at a meeting at the headquarters of the regular Republican ward club. 21 ( Thirty-flfth Thirty-flfth Thirty-flfth street, last evening, elected the fol towing towing officers: President, Elmer E. Baldwin; vice president, Harry D. Young; secretary, J. Charles Barber; treasurer. Dr. George T. Loedie; executive committee, Thomas Hamlin. Hamlin. Joha Dl Hair, Andrew M. Flymn, and Edward Edward A. Watson. Two hundred aad seventy members of the club were present, and were addressed by D. A. Barry and Colonel Ward B. Sherman. WOMAN HURT IN RUNAWAY. General 1 C. F. Maadersaa'e Wife la. Jared Coaenman May Die. OMAHA. Neb., Nov. IS. Mrs. Maadersoa. wife of General -Charles -Charles F. Maaderson. wa badly shaken up la a runaway today, aad Chart A. King, the coachman, received ta Juries from which he may wot recover. The horses were a spirited pair, which ran J. ar a y at l"a -son the the