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n -w t v,f-f-wr- v-. wsjMirjy Tsjysia5B3ifia THSi OHIOAOO B3A.GHLjE. I I BERMDDEZ ASPHALT PAVING CO. MtVK. PURCBJ Suite 1401 and 1402 Title and Trust Building, Tekphone Main 3152. 1 00 Washington Street. JOHN HcQILLEN, Vice President and Ocncral rtanajer. JOHN P. AONEW, Secretary. FRANK ALSIP, WM. H. ALSIP, FRANK B. ALSIP, Prea. 4t (Jen. Mjr. Sec. and Treas. Superintendent. Alsip Brick Co. MANUFACTURERS OF COMMON BRICK. Office, 421 Chamber of Commerce. YARDS. 434 and Lincoln Street. Chicago and Hamlin Avenue. -Oa Chicago and Calumet Terminal Ry. (near Blue Island). OaCMM.St.P.Ry.(irSherawlll) THE VICTORIOUS "Gladiator." n COMMITTEE of nine mechanical engineers employed by the Edward P. AIIU Company, of Milwaukee, Wis., the most skillful manufacturers of engines and uchlntry in the world, after examining and testing thirty-six different makes of high grade Bicycles, pronounced the "Gladiator" the most scientifically constructed, easy running and highly finished bicycle in existence. Upon their judgment s 5v large order lor jjk TBADSI MARK. GLADIATOR CYCLE WORKS, "tTOffi PECK & HILLS, FURNITURE! 266 WABASH AVENUE, CHICAGO. LEONARD J. EASTLAND. OEOROE DUDDLESTON. TELEPIIOXE IOIO Eastland & Duddleston BUTCHERS 27 and 29 Market Street, Chicago. Hotels, Club Houses and Restaurants Supplied. OTTO HAERTEL, Hardware, Stoves, Ranges, etc. TIN, COPPER AND SHEET IRON WORK. Metal Cornices for Houses. 0O8 'WEST LAKB (ST. 11UIL1M2ISH or High-Class Streets. TILIPHOMt. - 43d Street Yard Yards 604 Chicago Avenue Yard West 33 Blue Island Yard Blue Island 1 Office Mala 1909 GLADIATOR BICYCLES.... was placed, for the use of members and employes of thai company. No test so severe and thorough as this has ever been made. Prospective buyers can be guided with salety by this decision. The "GLADIATOR" is truly a "WHEEL OF PERFECTION." FOR TEE EAGLE. A Collation of Xewi from All 0? er the Worli. Ftatt of Political, Gommoroltl and Geierel Intolllginot for Eaglo Readers. 1lo Uki Rat. The Ktupri'M of Chlim hiui arrived nt Vlctorlu with orlotitiil mlvlt-ON to Auk. 10. Uy Hoods In a iirofcoturi' of ,tnpiti over one hundred Iioiimc wore dostroj cd rami five or six lives lost In tht N'lihltnn dis trict. All lirldtfiM on I lie Oslilinii ltnllwiiy line In Illimlil-Kul)lkl illstrlvt were brok en down by floods, nnd the roids also dmimgvd In initiiy plnct's. Over forty houses mid twenty go-downs were swept uwny by the water, and twenty-four lives lost In the village of Matsttf iskl, Hmlo illstrlet. Hy the suellliiK of the Amino Ither, 1,:i(Mi hoixe In Sanjo Mm-hl and 700 holmes In the vllliiKe of k-hlnlkhlo were subinerKed. At Irlnnikiils one shrine, two co-downs, four temples and half a seore of dwellings were enished by land slides from the mountains, and live lhes lost ami ten persons severely wounded, A disputed from Nnoetsit says th.it the houses Hooded numbered 1,1)00, and the killed and wounded !1(H), white t!00 persons were saved from drowning. turi:atknki with pamink. Plight ot Klondike Mlnera-Yukon Very I ow for Navagjatlnti, News received In letter, to the Alaska Commercial Company that famine Is ul most certain on the Klondike next whiter receives confirmation front Mr. lloodhuc, it uewsiwper correspondent at Hi. Michael, lie states that the Yukon Is unusually low ami that the chances of Retting enough food to Dawson to su'iort those now there and those Hocking In are slender. A letter has been received In Vancouver from Henry Hehttsou, who left for the Yukon via Hkiignny with a well-equipped party In July. The party consisted of eight, but one grew faint-hearted under the hardships and returned. They had reached the summit Aug. 'J2 and expected to arrive on Stewart river before whiter sets lu. Dead horses are reported along the trail and ut one spot, where their par ty lost one horse through falling over a precipice, six horses were killed the same day. Two men were caught stealing and were shot. Large numbers of people are turning buck and outllU eati be pur chased cheaply. Hx-Sergt. Haywood of the Vancouver polho force, who went up to Dawson City In the spring, says In a letter that "(lod only knows what will become of the crowds now heading this way." At the time of his writing provis ions were scarce In Dawson, but a steam er was expected dally. MAIMED IN A BTUDUNT8' "HUSH." University of Ciilifornla. Freshman Mtiatnlna Herlnua Injuries, There will be no more "rushes" at the. University of California If President Kcl logg's latest mandate Is obeyed. Half daxed, his Jaw broken, his fife .1 bleeding inns, Iteiijaiulu Kurtx, a newly entered freshman, was found wandering about the campus Monday night after the rush be tweeii the two lower classes, lu the strug gle some one put his heel on Kurix's face, and as a result lie Is dlstiguied for lire mid may have sustained an Injury of the brain. There were two other serious easu-iltles. Frank Marshall, frchiuiiu. had his right leg broken just above the ankle. Condon, another freshman, also came out of the combat with a broken leg. KLONUIKK UUi,u Ift 1'OOW. Aaear of Two Ppoctmcna in New York Do Not l'ati II lull. Two lots of gtdd from the Klondike have been assacd at the New York assay otllie lu Wall street, one lot weighing 44.-1." ounces assaying T-ttl per tent Hue gold and -Mil er cent slher, which made the value SI.". IS an ounce. The other lot, which weighed HUH ounces, assayed K'JllU. linn L'ntil Mini 174 silicr. iii.ildmr tlu value HlLlC) an ounce. Snpt. Mason said this Klondike gold was poor stuff. Ordi nary California gold nssajs Kill tine $I7..7 an ounce. The Hnest gold comes from Madagascar. American houses t Hid ing -.villi Madagascar take their p.iy Id ci tide gold. CLAIMS EKAOUAY 18 1118. irnuril Monro Fnjra Ho I'rc-cniptoil It Ten Yenra A ho. A special from Victoria contains a signed statement from Bernard Moore, who claims the towuslte of Skaguay. He says that ten ,Mars ago he made applica tion for KM) at res of laud as applied to Alaska, made a legal survey ami paid lu the requisite i4IMl to the proper otllclals. He had just begun to slock the place for a dairy when the gold rush began and now thousands of cltlxeus of Skaguay are claiming the laud he paid the government for. Athletca ot thu IDnttiniH, Following Is the standing of tho clubs of the National llasebull League: V. L. W. I.. llaltlinoie...:i III! Philadelphia .411 til lloston i." !I4 Ittookbn ..,,47 01 New Ymk ..(17 US Pittsburg . ...411 00 riucluu.tll . .0'.' Ct Washliutou .40 00 CleM'land ...."4 ."I Louisville . ,.4S OH Chlcag. 50 .7.1 St. Louis . ...27 82 The tdmwliig of the members of the Western League is suimuarhed below: W. L. W. L. Indianapolis .SO 20 Detroit 00 fl(l Columbus ...71 41 Minneapolis ..40 80 St. Paul ...."a : Hi ii'd u.ipuu.:u so Milwaukee ttW 4S Kansas City. AM 85 Tunmator nt Nknuuay. l.eioy Toj-Ier, wilting from Hlcngiuty, my; "As a blmlade Is on and with those now heie ,iml mining 5,IN)) people will be compelled to I cumin hero until epiliig or return home. Some have h.irM's and wagons, and such aie making fiom ? lilt to $1110 a day." Toronto I'nlr ttp-noil. Tho great Victorian Krn Exposition and Indiistilal Fair was formally opened at Toionto with imposing exercises, partici pated lu by rcprcsciitutUos (,r 1 1st prov ince nnd municipality. Doom In Hair Mnrkot. A boom is under way lu the Itausns City hog matket. Friday's prices were the highest r cue lied within nearly two jears, going up 111 cents to 15 cents U hundred weight, on top of a similar ad vance Thursday, Prices advanced 70 tents slute Aug. 1, and near if dollar higher than lu the middle of .Inly, Uncoil In Hiiuucr. The Spiulsh (iu eminent has learned that at an iiuarchUtie meeting lu Lon don It was rcxolvcd to tcwugc the execu tion of Auglollllo, the asMissiu of Canuvas del Castillo, by an attempt upon tho life of the queen regent of Spain. B1IK HRI.PKD ROtl A BANK. Capture of Cora Hubbard, the Qlrl Member of tho Unlton (Inni, Corn llubbnrd, alias "the Kid," Is the newest of new women. She was one of the most active participants In the bank robbery at 1'lncvlllc, Mo., hut Tuesday, nnd when finally captured was even calm tr than the olllcers who had her In charge. Though only 25 years of nge, Corn has a record us n "bad man." She was n mem ber of the notorious Dalton gang, with whom she rode In male nttlre, nnd nftcr her arrest u revolver wns found In her possession Inscribed wltli the name of Mob Dalton, How ninny men she hns killed In her career or how ninny rnlds she hns been engaged In, may never bo known. Her home Is nt Weir City, Knn. 8hc resides with her parents, who are well nwnre of the lawless life she has been lending. Corn was captured Suturdny at her father's home. Her brother, Mill Hubbard, who plnnned the rnld on tho bank, was also taken Into custody, nnd they were nt once hurried to Plncrllle. Ihe quartet secured 1580.23, but of this amount 1124.50 wns lost by the robbers in their flight nnd hns been recovered. Im mediately after the rnld a nosso of cltl sens organised and followed In swift pur suit. Corn Hubbard's horse wns shot from nnder her. but she managed to es enpe. White Tenulsoti, another robber, wns desperately wounded after being pur sued ns far as Southwest City, I. T., nnd It was he who gave the names of his ac complices. On the day of the rnld Corn was dressed as n cowboy. Bhc held the V . A a Btall AtL ..- .- m.-feKd 1 aa4 aB Slut nuinva nuiiu mc oincr roiiucr. iuuivu iuu hank, nnd In the subsequent chase she took an active pnrt In the shooting. Corn Hubbard and Tcnnlson ndtult their guilt. K1LLKD BY FAI.MNO vVALM. Two rittahnrcr firemen Meet Death Under n Mnaa of Heated llrlcka. Fire nt Pittsburg caused the loss of f 105,000 worth of property, Injury to two llremen and created a panic in the Sev enth Avenue Hotel. Flumes were dis covered In tho Uvc-story building ut GU7 Smlthtletd street, occupied by Kdmund son & Pcrrlne's furniture establishment; they gained such rapid headway that the building was a mass of Unities before the engines reached the scene. In a short time the building was entirely destta-ved. The lire originated from the explosion of a gas engine In the cellar. The building Is T shape, running back from its Smith field itrect front to a ten-foot alley in the rear, separating It from the Seventh Ave nue Hotel, the extensions cxtcndlug to Seventh avenue nnd Strawberry alley. The guests of the hotel, numbering 150, were nearly all at supper ut the time the Haines were seen inuring from the rear windows of Edmuiidson & Pcrrlne's building, A small-sired panic ensued, afid a grand rush wns made for the exits, A portion of the rear wall of the furniture store fell Into tho alley, catching the lire men, one of whom John Neclnn was badly hurt, but not seriously. After the lire had been subdued and tho llremen were taking un their hose, the Straw berry alley wall of the Kduiitudson Ac Per rlne building fell, burying under the de bris two llremen, eke Glover nnd Harry Holt. Two boys who were watching the llremen work were also struck by the wall. I'.MXTUie CAM KILLS A IIAHY. Fiftccn-Months-Uld Hoy Thrown from Ilia lluuuy. At Herwyu, III., a Cicero and Proviso electric car struck a baby carriage in which 15-months-old John Young was be ing wheeled by his nurse. My the force ot the shock the child was throw u from the carriage fur to the front of tho car. ami before the speed of the latter could be checked the wheels passed over the In fant, completely severing the right foot and three toes of the left foot. The child died. Accnacd of Murder, The steamer Portland, from St. Mi chael's, hud on board an alleged murderer who wns chased by detectives half way around the world. He was lu charge of two Plukertou detectives. The prisoner, Frank A. Novak, wns pursued over the continent to .Itiiienii, to Dcn and across the Chllkoot Pass, over the Ukes and down the rivers to the gold fields of Klon dike, wheic he was taken Into custody. Novak was a storekeeper in a small town near Cedar Iluplds, Iowa, up to several months ago. Ur.e night the store wns burned and in the ruins was found the chimed body of a man. Novak's relatives claimed that he was burned to death lu the lire. Ills life wns insured for $15, 000 and n dtniund was made for the money. An Investigation led to the belief that the body was not that of Novak, but of a watchman. '!'! theory was at once advanced that Novak had committed mur der mid burned his store In the hope that the body would be roasted beyond recog nition mid his relatives obtain the Insur ance money nfter he had disappeared. Plukertou men w cro put on the trull and after one ot tho longest chases on record an cited Novak at Dawson City duly 12. where he was living In the gulso of u musician hearing the name of William A. Smith. Uncle Hniu'M llltr Haul. One of the heaviest penalties over tx- acted from a Miumercial house by Uncle Sam for violation of the tnrlff laws hns been Imposed upon the firm of A. W. Fnbor, the lending pencil manufacturers, whoso works a ro In (lermany nnd whose New York otllccs tire at 78 lieude stieet. For twenty )cars tho firm has been Im porting goods at the same vuliritloii. lie coolly Mio tieasiiry ngeuts Iregnn an In vestigation which resulted In the decision that fur twenty jears A. W. Faber's pen cils had been coining Into this country nt pi ices much lower than the real value. Thu firm wns accordingly lined 1?:!0,(HI0. The greater part of this sum wns paid Into the treasury last week, Tho firm of A. W. Fnbei Is a (ieimiin concern and ono ot the largest and wealthiest In the world. It owns nnd couttols valuable giuplilte mines lu Siberia and has branch houses lu eveiy big city on the globe. The principal factory is at Stein, near Ntirciu beig. ill Maviiii.i, ami the main olllcc Is in Meiliu. It was the invoices sent with soiiui recent bhlpmcuts fiom Hurlln that excited the suspicious of the customs olll dais. Noumea to l'rotcst. Tho negroes of ptoiulnenoc nil over tho United States are making piepai.itlous to hold u mammoth comcutluu lu Atlanta In October tu protest against lynching, lllshop Or.int leads the moveiuent and it will (ondeiiin lynching as stiougly lu New Yoik us lu (ieorgln. Many famous lie giocs throughout the country have signi fied tl.elr Intention of attending. Hoof for Jap Holdlers, The Armour Packing Company ut Kan sas City Is tilling. an order this week for forty cars of mess beet for shipment to .lupuii, for use by the Japanese army nnd navy. The shipment Is perhaps the larg est single beef order ever filled by u Ivan sas City house. It consists of U.COU tierces of !!.'( pounds each, In all about 1,250,000 pounds. Control Klobor I'nse, Poit Ltiudl-Kotul, situated nt tho ex treme end of thu Klijber Pass and gairl honed by !l0 men of the K)hei ltlHcs, was attacked and burned by the Afildls, The famous Klijber I 'am, leading limn Afghanistan Into India, has now fallen Buying of $1,000 Fcciirod. Time udibeis tortuied Louis Simons, a Chicago milk dealer, Sunday night until tut icu'iilcd the hiding-place of his lifetime savings ot $1,000. After securing to money the men forced n napkin down the unfortunate Simons' throat, then bound his hands nnd feet, nnd rolled him Into a closet In his kitchen. Simons, who occu pied the house nlone his wife Is lu the Knst visiting relatives wns asleep when the robbers entered his house. Tho first Intimation he had that there was anybody In the room was the clasp of strong lingers about his throat and the weight of n limn sitting nstrlde his breast, lie wns ad inoiil died tu keep still on pain of death by one of the men, w ho drew the sharp edge of a knife across his throat. While one of the men held Simons the other two look.'l for n rope. In n closet In the kitchen they found his wife's clothesline, and with It bound Simons' feet together and his hands behind his back. They then dragged him Into the kitchen, where he wis asked to reveal the hiding place of his money. Simons said he bad no money, nnd one ot the men suggested that they bum the soles of his feet until he wns willing to tell where he had his savings hidden. Lighted matches were held to the bare soles of the bound man's feet until he was willing to tell where ho had his snvlngs hidden. Falling even by this means to secure information as to the hiding place ut the money the men told Simons they would kill him. One placed n revolver at his enr nnd nnother touched his throat with the point of it knife, nnd told him they would give him two minutes to tell the location ot his money. Simons weakened nt this nnd told the men of money In the drnwer of a washstand In a smnll paper box nnd In n shaving mug. As they were leaving the bouse ono of the men rolled Simons Into a closet, nnd, tnklng a table knife, forced the gag further down his throat. CAMS TO NUN ON ICB. Plan far Tranaportatlon on the Yukon Thla Winter. An effort will be mnde this winter to navigate the Yukon river when It Is froz en. With this end lu view the Klondyke Transportation Kxprcss and Commercial Company has been organised under the laws of West Virginia. The company In tends to cstnbllsh a line of cars on run ners over the Ice Holds to the lakes form ing the head of the stream. It has also a plan to run elevated cable railroads over the dangerous passes from Dycn and oth er points to connect with the head of tho lakes. Cleaning tho White House. Everything nbottt the White House Is being refurbished, polished nnd brighten ed for the homecoming of the chief mngls trnte nnd his wife about Oct. 1. Neither floors, walls nor ceilings hnve been over looked lu the general hotiseclcnnlng which wns Inaugurated a few hours after the presidential party started for Lake Cham plain, and all the Indications point to a pleasant nnd ngreeablo mansion for the ensuing winter. Bhoota Two Itegulara. A n. l.'rl..,lli.v nnd 'I'. M. McDonald. musicians In the Seventeenth lteglment, ft ftl A t.nit.1 tt-.trn ttili.t.tplnilall- ulint while on board a train en route from Stcu- betivlllc to ttietr post at uoxunmis. Allien II. (Joiild, ono of the naval reserves ot rl'..li.ln ...1t.tUt.Ml tli.. ulimitlni. fitiif I. un. der arrest. He claims to hnve used shells loaded witli smnll sliot, supposing tliey were blanks. Portland Neachea Port, The long-looked-for Portland tins ar rived. The ship about which so tunny stories have been told since she left St. Michael reached Seattle Sunday morning. The Portland carried thirteen miners, and the total amount of gold dust on bonrd Is about 575,000. The miners had brought only a small part of their stakes and tho size of the Portland's cargo was disap pointing. Prance May Klont a Loan, The Loudon Financial News says tho French cabinet is considering tho floating of n loan of 00,000,000 in 2Mi per cent bonds, partly for the redemption of the Heating debt and partly for tho recon struction of the French nnvy. Police Haiti Kanana Halnona, Ten saloons In Kansas City, Kan., were raided by the police nnd 1,000 worth of liquor was selred and poured Into the gut ters. Saloon furniture nnd tlxtuies tilling ten Idg drays were seized and carted to po lice hindquarters. Ittly Orows Wnrtlko. Italy has wired to Morocco threatening to lilsputch a man-of-war to Tangier un (ess the crew ot the Italian brig Fiducla Is leleased. Moorish pirates recently at tacked and plundered the Fiducla and de tallied the crew. Attncked by Plrntoa. The Mrltlsh steamer Hegu wns attacked by pirates off the coast of Achcutskaciien, the captain ami many ot the crew and passengers killed and the vessel looted. Two Mnrilcrera llrenk Jail. At Lendville, Colo., tho Ittichaunti brothers, who murdeied Deputy Sheriff Fuhcy about two mouths ago, locked tho jailer lu u cell and escaped. Mutiny In HciUnrd Jail. The prisoners confined In tho county Jail at liidford, Intl., mutinied nt mi enrly hour Thursday morning ami tried to set II ru to tho building. l'.lulit Hurt In a Htorni. r.lght peisous were Injured lu n violent wind nnd hull storm nt Mount Repose, U, .MAHUfcr QUOTATIONS. Chicago-Cattle, common to prime, 73.00 to 5.75; hogs, shipping grades, Nl.00 to $4.75; sheep, fair to choice, $2.00 to $1.25; wheat, No. 2 ml, bUu to DOc; corn, No. 2, 20c to illc; oats, No. 2, 18c to 20c; ije. No. 2. 48c to 50c; butter, choice creamery, 17c to 10c: eggs, fresh, vie to I Ic; new potatoes, roo lu uoc per bushel, liiilliiuupolis-Cutlle. shipping, $:i.iH) to 5.25; hogs, choice light, ifll.OO to 81.50; sheep, common to ihuice, $.'1.00 to $4.00; wheat, No. 2. 4e to ItOe; corn, No. 2 white, UOo to U2c; oats, No. 2 white, 18c to 10c. St. Louis-Cattle, $3.00 to $5.50; hogs, $3.00 to $4.75; sheep, $3.00 to $4.00; who it, No. 2, 02e to lKlc; corn, No. 2 jellow, 20c to 2Sc; oats, No. 2 white, lOo to 21c; ije, No. 2, 48c to 4Uc. Clucliiiiatl-Cattle, $2.50 to $5.25; bogs, $3.00 to $4.25: sheep. $2.50 to $4.00; wheat, No. 2. tUc to U7c; corn, No. 2, mixed, 30c to 32c; nuts, No, 2 mixed, 20c to 21c; r,c, No. 2, 17c to 40c, Detroit-Cattle, $2.50 u $5.50; hogs, $3.00 to $i25; sluep. $2.50 to $3.75; wluiit, No. 2, Ole to IK!c; corn, No. 2 jellow, 30c to 32c; oats, No. 2 white, 21c to 23c; ie. 40c-to 51c. Toledo-Wheat, No. 2 red, 02c to 03c; com, No. 2 iiiKcil, 20c tu 31c; oats, No. 8 white, 18c to Hies rye, No. 2, 40c to 50c; clover seed, $1.20 to $4.30. Milwaukee Wheat, No. 2 spring, 88c to 00c; corn, No. 3, 20c to 31c; oats, No. 2 white, 21e to 23c; rje, No. 1, 4ttc to 50c; barley, No. 2, 40o to 40o; pork, mess, $8.50 to $0.00. UilfTnlo Cuttle, $3.00 to $5.50; bogs, $3.00 to $4.75; sheep, $3,00 to $1.50; wheat, No. 2 red, IMJe to 07c; corn, No. 2 yellow, 35c to 30c; outs, No, '1 white, 23c to 25c. New York-Cattle, $3.00 to $5.50; hogs, $3.50 to $5.00; sheep, $3,011 to $4.50; wneat, No. 2 led, 07u to 08c; corn, No. 2, 35c to 30c; oats, No. 2 white, 23c to 25c; butter, creamery, 12c to 20c; eggs, Western, 10c to 18e. THI KRUG SAND CO., I DEALER All Kinds of Sand and Gravel Room 203, 167 Dearborn St., Telephone Main 1726. CHICAGO. GJUUN & DYRNE, 1HU 421 and Halstel Streets. M. B. MADDEN, President. C. . KIMiELL, Vic Prasldsnt. Western Stone Company, -flaVDCALiM INKS Rough, Sawed and Machine Dressed Stone. CAPITAL, $2,250,000. Suooesiora to the Singer A Taloott Stone Co.: Exoelelor Stone Oat) OHloego and Lemont Stone Co.; Jollet Stone Co.; Corneeu Stone Om Bodeneohats A Earnshaw Stone Co.: Lookport Stone Co.; Creeoemi Stone Co. Quarries LEMONT, ILL, LOCKPORT, ILL, JOLIET, ZLU Mtln Office, Room 320 Chamber of Commerce Bldg., Teleehene Main 347. Oer. Waehlngten and La Salle Ste. THOMAS J. PETER. Shale Brick Supply IA.ZVD3 Construction Co. Suite 320 Reaper Block, VleBlaoi Vitrified Paving Brick MADE PUMTOH PAVING BUCK CO, OF CALESBURC, ILL., Have no superiors. These Brick are made from pure Shale and are sold on a strict guarantee. For paving streets, foundations of large buildings, sta ble, engine room and boiler house floors they are steadily growing in publio favor. MAIN OFFICE, GALESBURG, ILLINOIS. Chicago Office, 322 Chamber of Commerce. Send for Samples and Prices. COMMON-SENSE Fire-Proof Construction. IPATENTEDJ S5slrCXiwiyKJejaSsafeaBBa5IB .feSvvSe r Llw'sr ?vHaBhh?e8iefHeaeBBHBLBPH INERAL VIEW OF COMPLETE FLOOR AND CEIUNO, Main Office: 1740 & 174-1 Monadnock Block, Chicago. Telephone Maiu 1710. H. B. 8EELY, Sole Manufacturer. IMS HUH r. T. HASKELL, Treasurer. J. I. LINDQUIST, Mrttr GEORGE C. PROBST. Clark and Washioftoo Sta Carta. OOXO. BY THE i AW3t-.vin