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John Crubaugh, Vice Presidents '
J P. Greenawalt, Cashier.
" Began the business July 2, 1800,
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. John Cmbaugh, Phil Mitchell,
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Kolicitors Jackson and Hurst.
House and Senate of Illinois Does
a Pretty Big Day's Legis
MEMOEIAL SERVICE TO THE DEAD
McKlnley And Tanner Are Honored-
Springfield, His., April 9. Governor
Yates sent to the assembly yesterday
a message urging the passage of a
measui appropriating $2."0,000 for the
erection of monuments to mark the po
sitions occupied by Illinois troops in
the siege of Vlcksburg; the biennial re
ports of the various state Institutions,
except such of them as are in the hands
of the printer: a communication from
W. R. Merriaui, director of the cen
sus bureau, requesting ' legislation to
bring the state within trie registration
area of the United States in the mat
tor j of the registration of births, mar
riages and death; and a communica
tion from the order of railway conduc
tors requesting the enactment of a law
providing that insane persons trans
ported upon railways shall be under
Bill for m Referendum.
Sherman, by unanimous consent, in
troduced a bill to provide for the man
ner of submission of constitutional
amendments and other questions to a
vote of the people. The bill provides
in substance that any state convention
of a political party which at the last
preceding general election polled at
least 1 per cent, of the vote cast in
the state may take action In favor of
or against the adoption of a coustltu-:
tlonal amendment, referendum proposi
tion or any question of public policy,
to be submitted at the next succeeding
annual election, and shall certify such
action to the secretary of state, where
upon such proiosition shall be placed
r.pon the otnclal ballot at said election.
The manner of voting thereon Is pre
scribed In detail. The proposition sub
mitted is to appear on the ballot as a
part of the public party ticket.
Child Labor Law Advanced.
The bill prepared by the committee
on labor and Industrial affairs revising
the child labor law was discussed. AH
amendments were voted' down add tbo
bill advanced to third reading. Xohe'4
bill providing for the assessment of
the capital stock of foreign coriwra
tions doing business in Illinois was ad
vanced to third reading, and made a
specialorder for next Wednesday morn
ing. MECHANICS' LIEN BILI, DEAD
Unions and Lumber Men Opposed It
Come Bills 1'itssed.
In the senate Parker's resolution
calling upon Ml the executive depart
ments and stale institutions to file for
the information of the senate the. sgilf)i
annual reports required by tlio consti
tution to be filed with yief governor, oii
motion of Campbell wW made spe
cial order for April -22, "pending -he
opinion requested by the governor from
Attorney (Jeneral llan.lin as to the in
terpretation of the provision of the
constitution referred to. iJardner in
troduced a bill to regulate the organisa
tion, management and control of ceme
tery associations. The bill provides
that no dividends can be paid, the
surplus to be used in the care and
preservation of such associations.
The bill to levise the mechanics' lien
law was recalled by Juul to the or
der of second reading, for the pur
pose of amendment.. After amend
ments had been offered and lost, on
motion of Small the enacting clause
was stricken out, thus killing the bill.
Juul's amendments were Intended to
obviate the objections of the labor un
ions to the bill.
Berry characterized the bill as one
of the worst that has been introduced
at this or any other session of the
legislature. He said that it would
work a great injustice to the mechan
ic, laborer, and every lumber dealer
in the state outside of the larger
cities. Juul defended the bill, and said
it was indorsed by every association
and organization Interested in building
with the exception of the laboring
men and the lumber dealers. The
amendments which he had offered, he
said, would do away with the objec
tions of the laboring men.
Among the bills passed were the
following: Hequiring foreign life in
surance companies which have no de
posits In other states for the protection
of Illinois jvil icy-holders to make a
deposit In this state for that purpose;
empowering county and prohate judges
to cause the appearance of adminis
trators and executors twice each year
for the purpose of Inquiring Into the
responsibility of their bondsmen; pro
viding that r.o discrimination shall be
made agalnst-negroes In the matter of
Numerous bills were advanced to
third reading end the senate adjourned
to 10 a. in. today.
at Camp Lincoln; also appropriating
$ST0 for Improvements in memorial
hall at the state capitoL
Appropriating $48,000 per annum
for the ordinary expenses and $GS,000
for special purposes of the Charleston
Normal school: appropriating $2,000
for the volunteers of the Spanish
American war who were rejected
reason of physical debility.
Amending the act creating an Illi
nois farmers' institute by giving the
board of directors authority to employ
such superintendents, speakers and
clerks as they may find necessary and
to fix the secretary's salary at $2,000
per annum; making It unlawful to loan
money on personal security at a higher
rate of interest than Wt per cent, a
month; requiring pawn brokers to fu:'
uish a list of articles pawned with
them each day for the benefit of the
sheriff and police department; limiting
the charges of sleeping car companies;
providing that daily records of the con
dition of a mine as made by the exam
iner shall be made each morning be
fore any employe or miner Is permit
ted tir enter the mine; regulating the
sale of insectidides and requiring deal
ers to pay a license fee of $20 per an
num to the Illinois State Horticultural
society for the piivilege.
"MEMORIAL SKKVICES HEtD
Honor Done to the Late President McKln
ley and Got. Tanner.
Springfield, Ills., April 9. Memorial
services in honor of the late President
McKlnley and the late Governor Tan
ner were held In the hall of the house
of representatives at 2 p. m. yesterday.
The members of the senate met in the
senate chamber and proceeded In a
body to representatives hall, where
they joined the members of the house
In the service. Mrs. John It. Tanner
occupied a seat in the rear of the
speaker's desk, .while other members
of the family had seati on the main
floor. Governor Yates and all the oth
er state oQicers were also present. The
exercises coiisted of addresses by
Representative W. G. Mcltoberts. II.
Morris, It. E. Pendarvis, B. M. Chlper
field and John Hushes and vocal solos
by Representatives Breidt and Oldam
and Mrs. Louise 1 Short, of Jackson
ville, and O. C. Hagan, or Chicago.
Probably the most notable of the
addresses was that of Representative
Morris, the colored member, who
eulogized and devoted his remarks ex
clusively to Governor Tanner. He paid
a glowiiu; tribute to the life and, char
acter of the late governor. 'Moniv Il.;
Tanner, in life." said Morris, ''yvaa
a splendid cuilwKlinient and crystnljza-'
tion of the manliness of his day and j
time a student of men rather,, than;
"He had his own free bookless lore,
The lessons rat lire taught him.
The wisdom which the woods and hills
And toiling men had broght him.";
R. E. Pendarvis "referred to boTh
President McKiiiley'andGovernor Tan
ner, l'oth, he siiid, were true to their
friends, and both attracted to them
selves strong and lasting friendships.
B. M. Chlperlield" devoted his remarks
to Tanner, -lnd John Hughes spoke 'of
both McKlnley ami Tanner. 1 At- tlie
'conclusion of Hughes' address,'6n nio
tibn of Wilkerson. the speaker vVns 'cm
powered to appoint a comhiltte"6f
three draft suitable resolutions on the
threetodraftsuitable resolutions on th
ernor Tanner, to be spread at large
rpon the journal of the house.
VIRTUE OF JASPER
Seems to Be Concentrated in
HOME OF CHURCH AND SCHOOL
And Bat One of the Thirteen Saloons
of the Indiana
Evansvlllc, Ind., April 9. In the
Fifth ward in the town of Jasper are
located all the churches of the town,
all the schools and one college. It
contains but one saloon out of .thir
teen in the town. It is the home of
the county sheriff and the only two ex
sheriffs in the county. In It live the
ex-clerk and the present clerk of Du
bois county. It is also the home of
the county auditor and the ex-county
.. t .Prominent Residents, Too-
The iKJstm.ister of Jasper nNo lives
in the.wjvrd and two former. prosecut
ing attorneys make their home there.
It has an ex-county treasurer, also two
former town treasurers, an ex-town
clerk, a justice of the peace and a ma
jority of the candidates on the town
ticket that will be voted for at the
coming town election.
NEWS IN OUTLINE.
Utgnt Reverend (ieorge Montgom
ery, coadjutor archbishop of San Fran
cisco, has b"cn appointed archbishop
Daniel J. Kelly, wanted at Jeffer
son City. Mo. on the charge of at
tempting to bribe Lieutenant (Jovern
or John A. Lee, Is under arrest at
Onethousand strikers, led by a wom
an, defied the ioIice of Lowell. Mass.,
but the police compelled the crowd to
. The foot and mouth disease has now
been practically stamped out in Mas
sachusetts. Five thousand dollars worth of pet
ticoats were ttolen from the olfices of
Flalzio & Mihkcnd, clothing dealers.
New York city.
Seven hundred painters have gone
4m" strike at Newark, N. J., for 'high
The Dreyfus affair continues to
fiercely agitate the Paris newspapers.
,, Thirty! persons were killed and 100
Injured during labor disturbances near
Attorney (Jeneral Webb, of Cali
fornia, decides that the use of the
P.ible In the public schools is uncon
stitutional. Dr. (. A. Collamore, one of the most
.prominent physicians in Ohio, is dead
ut Toledo. O.
BOARD MEMUKRS' SYMPOSIUM
SENT TO SECOND READING
Hoots I'oes m Lars; Rutin in Adrano
log Bills of Various Kinds.
Springfield, Ills., April 9. The house
put in considerable work yesterday In
the way of advancing bills. These
among 6thers were sent to second read
ing: Appropriating $30,000 to establish
a pine woods park iu Ogle county; ap
propriating $3,225 for improvement at
tfce Logan rifle range; appropriating
$3,000to purchase twenty acres of land
for the enlargement of parade grout'
CTiey Discuss Mst'.er of Interest to the
State Kxecutlre Deoartments.
Springfield. Ills.. April 0. The mem
bers of the various state boards and
the commissioners connected with the
executive department of the state gov
ernment held a meeting at the execu
tive mansion yesterday according to"
arrangements made some time nco.
The attendance was large, nearly every
board member and commissioner be
ing present. Rishop Samuel Fallows,
of Chicago, presided. The following
programme was carried out:
"The Parole Law," Hon. 3. 31
Snlvely, of the board of p.' rtioas;
State Care of Consumptives." 7
E. Egan. secretary of the board of
health; "Inspection of Factories." A.
II. Jones, food Inspector; "Convict La
bor." David Ross, secretary labor bu
reau; "State University," President
A. S. Draper, of the University of Illi
nois; "Merit System by Statute," Dr.
W. L. Taylor, superintendent Western
Asylum for Insane, at Watertown.
CHICAGO ASKS A POSTPONEMENT
Municipal Ownership Hearing- Will Begin
x Nest Tuesday. .
Springfield, Ills.. April 9. The mu
nicipal ownership hearing in the house
of representatives set for today has
been postponed until next Tuesday,
April 14. The postponement was voted
at a meeting of the committee at 1
p. m. yesterday, on the request of
Alderman Frank I. Bennett, of the
Chicago city council legislative com
mittee. Alderman Bennett said the
request had the indorsement of Mayor
Harrison and others In the city gov
ernment and that it was based on the
fact that members of the committee
cannot attend the meeting today, be
cause the last meeting of the present
city council wllbbe held tonight and
they must be present.
Chairman Lindly called his commit
tee together and submitted the propo
sition, stating that, th Chicago alder
men wanted the "date changed to April
14, and the committee voted unani
mously to grant the request.
Springfield, April 9. A joint reso-
Caaesta Ton Bowels Tflllx Case rets.
Candy Catfesrtte. cure constipation forerer.
lution was presented today iu both
houses providing for adjournment
sine die April 2'J.
'The senate passed the municipal
iwnership bill 45 to 0.
1 'The house passed the senate joint
resolution favoring a constitutional
amendment for the election of sena
tors by direct vote, also the bill in
creasing the salaries of circuit judges
to $5,000 per annum.
A Great Sensation.
There was a big sensation in Lees
ville, Ind., when Y. 11. Brown, of that
place, who was expected to die, had
his life saved by Dr. King's New Dis
covery for Consumption. He writes:
"I endured insufferable agonies from
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me immediate relief and soon there
after effected a complete cure." Sim
ilar cures of consumption, pneumo
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50 pairs Saxony lace curtains, extra quality, full
length and width. Per pair
150 pairs Nottingham Lace curtains, full length very
new designs. Per pair
35 pairs Cable Net, beautiful scroll
Saxony Throwover, a very effective curtain,
175 pairs Borsinet, ranging in price from,
per pair, $1.9S to
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charge no more for the superior
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Davis Block. 'Phone 1148.
114 West Seventeenth St.
I Now Is The Time...
to paper your rooms. We have a large assortment of
both cheap and high grade papers, which we are selling
at the lowest prices in the city. We also have a large and
complete force of workmen. All kinds of painting and
papering promptly attended to and satisfaction guaran
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This Is your opportunity go cut and sco the
country. Don't work for oilier people any longer.
$30 to Seattle, Tacoma, Portland; $27.50 to Spokane; $26 to Helena and
Butte, and rates in proportion to practically the entire Northwest. The
cheap tickets. will be on sale every day until April 30. Specid tickets
will also be sold to Minnesota, North Dakota and Manitoba on certain days in
March and April.
When anybody with good health, a willingness to work, and a few hundred
dollars in hand can go up in the Northwest country and buy a farm-hone for
himself where land ia cheap and plentiful, where all kinds of fruit. t and
vegetables flourish, where the climate is perfect, and where churches and schools
'abound, it is hard to understand why people wear their lives out at home.
Renting a farm, perhaps.
Practically working to make somebody else rich.
Are you satisfied with your profit?
Are you putting away plenty for your old age?
11 frT vrmr rhiMrpn?
If you answered honestly you would probably wind up by saying: "Well, I guess I am a bit of a chump.
Then why not investigate?
Why don't you go out there ana looKarounu:
These very cheap tickets are provided for just such people as you, to enable you to go out and ree for
yourself what a really wonderful and prosperous country it is. , , lU ,
If you can wind up your affairs at once, go prepared to stay; and when you get settled, send for the folks.
lou will be a man amongst men out mere, not a
drudge. In a few years, if you are worth shucks,
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At any rate, cut out the coupon in this adver
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he will send you at once a folder telling all about
the ticket rates, how to go, the different routes
and trains, and about the comfortable tourist
sleeping cars. $5 for a double berth, holding two,
St Paul to the Pacific Coast. Send for a copy
to-day before you forget it. - ' '
MO UTAH A
CUT THIS OUT.
A. HART, Passenger Agent C B. & Q. R. R.,
Rock Island, Illinois.
Please send me your folder telling about the cheap ticket
rates to the Northwest, the trains, and inexpensive sleeping