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UMT '.t T " ' ' i iM " THE, QHIOAO-O BJLO-lLiBI. FOR EAGLE READERS. News from All Parts of the World Carefully Selected from the Press Telegrams. A Weekly Digest of the Most Important Facts and Happenings for Busy Readers. Bthol Clarke daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jnupcr W. Clarke, who was klil tmpod twi-my-tliriv years nco, Is oncn (iRiiltt tit the homo In llaltlmoro from which "In1 una tnk'ii. One morning In tlio uprltiif of JS Mrs. (.'Inrlte iiroso early to uo to n grocery store two or throe blocks ilNtntit from her homo, thou lit n Kpiincly settled neighborhood. On returning she wn confronted ly 11 trntnp whom die tt.nl befriended and who de manded hi breakfast Immediately. Mrs. Clarke told him he would have to wait until she nv fit to sire him sotiu'tlihig. The follow cursed and threatened her. That afternoon Ethel disappeared. On the last anniversary of her disappear ance one of the local .newspapers pub lished it stixy of Ethel Clarke's kidnap ing. A few days later a handsome yoimit woman called upon Mrs. Clarke. "My name Is Ethel Clarke and I Mlovo I am jour daughter," said the visitor. Then she told how she remembered being tak en uwny when very jotitig by n rough man mid carried to an orphan nsylum In Washington, where she remained twvlvo year. She was transferred to other In stitutions where she remained until rJio was IS years of age, since which time sho has been earning her living In a silk fac tory In Baltimore. The fullest Investi gation has been made, resulting In the positive Identification of the young wom an as the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarke. FUN ON THE DIAMOND, Blcr League Clubs In Rao for the Pennant. The clubs In the National League are standing thus: W. L. V. h. New York.. li f Cincinnati .. .11 12 Chicago ....HI 8 Brooklyn ....10 12 Pittsburg ...15 10 8t. Louis 7 17 Boston 10 10 Philadelphia. 0 1U Following Is the standing of tho cluba In tho American League: V. L. W. L. Chicago ....12 7 Detroit 0 10 Philadelphia.!!! 8 New York... 0 10 Boston 10 10 Cleveland ... 7 0 St. Louis.... 8 8 Washington.. 0 12 ALIEN FELONS FOR AMERICA. Society Plana to Sand Reformed Criminals to United States. The Berlin Society for tho Improve ment of Discharged Criminal has declar ed Its Intention of aiding such of ltd charges' who after n six months' trlul have proved worthy to emigrate to North America or South America. Before leav ing each will receive Instructions in tho language of the country to which ho la destined, transportation to the seacoast and $150. Jacksonville, Fla., Flooded. In Jacksonville, Fla., the recent rain culminated In a cloudburst, and as n re unit otto square mile of tlm city was under water. Many citizens awoko to find their homes surrounded by water, nnd every railroad track entering the city was Hooded. The tluod loss Is estimated nt ? 100.000. The rainfall for twenty four hours Is 8.11 inches. Blow to Free Prese, Governor Ponnypacker, of Pennsyl vania, bus approved tho Qrady-Hatus libel bill, against which delegations of thn lending editors of tho Statu have ar gued. Tho terms of tho bill aro drastic lu tho extreme and many editors baro declared that If it hecamo a law tho lib erty of tho press would bo u thing of tho past. Four Killed In Raoe War. Thero was n raco riot In St. Tammany parish, about fifty miles from New Or leans. An insolent negro was beaten with an ax handle by n whlto grocery clerk. Tho negroes armed and n pitched battle with whlto citizens followed, In which four negroes, one of whom was tho aggressor, wero killed. Vote for Liquor License. All cities and many towns in New Hampshire voted in favor of liquor li cense, taking advantage of tho recent repeal of tho prohibition law. Olrl In Pique Ends Life. Bccauso her sister refused to comb liar hair, Ona Mason, a 13-year-old Cleveland girl, committed suicide by swallowing carliollc acid. Fatal Wreck on Southern Road, Southern passenger train No. 12 Jump ed tho track one. mllo west of Whlto Pine, Tenn. Engineer Ilobert B. Hollo man of Knoxvllle was crushed to death. Manchuria la Open, Itu'sla announce that nil Manchuria U now open to foreign travel and pass ports are no longer necessary. Throws Aold In Wife's Face. Frank C. Koarnoy throw two ounces of carbolic add into his wife's faco on the street in St. Louis and escaped pur suit. The woman Is badly burned about tho facu and neck and one arm. Lightning Kills Man and Horses. John Ourtmann, a young man, whoso homo is in Winona, Minn., was Instantly killed by lightning while plowing near Albert Lea. He waa about half way across the field when a thunderbolt struck him, killing him and his four horses instantly, Mafia Plot Discovered. An Infernal machine containing 100 pounds of dynamke was found in bag gage of liner Umbrla at New York pier with lighted faao having but firo min utes to burn. Letter of warning by which hundred of lives were tared tells of "Mafia" plot against all British vessels. Released Under Bonds. After being held for a month in con nection with the disappearance of Mrs. F. E. Knight, Mrs. Luclnda Doaenbury and bar son Melvin were reltaaed on 1600 aaa4a as Omaha, Neb. The nolle bars fovsd mo trsoe of Mrs. Knight's body. Kaiat U tUU at large. KILLS DAUOHTKH OF BANKER. Mlaoreant In Massachusetts Takes Life and Attempts nobbory. Miss Sturtcvam, daughter of Treas urer James 8. Sturtevant of tho Mod ford, Mass., Co-operative Bank, was shot and killed at her home late on a recent night by an iiiiknonn man, who attempt ed to rob her father as he was returning from a bank meeting with a satchel tilled with cheeks and money. Tho assassin then Jumped upon his bicycle and tied. Au Italian who answered his description was arrested two hours later on suspi cion. Mr. Sturtevant' reached hi. homo about 11:30 o'clock, having with him a satchel well filled with money nnd checks belonging to the bank. As bo stepped upon the plaxsa his wlfo nnd daughter opened the door to greet blin. At that moment tho assassin appeared around the end of the piazza, and, revolver in hand, ordered Mr. Sturtevant to throw up his hands. The order was not Immediately obeyed and Miss Sturtevant stepped in front of her father to shield him from harm just as the Intruder fired, tho bul let entering her body with fatal results. As be turned to Hoc the murderer grab bed what ho undoubtedly thought waa the aatchel containing tho hnnk treasure, but It was Miss Sturtevant's chatelaine bag. In which was little of value. PARROT GIVES THE ALARM. Ird Calls Loudly for Help When Its Owner Falls and Is Hurt. Attracted by cries of "Murder!" "Help!" "Come quick!" neighbors of George B. Andrews of Washington, N. J., ran to his house to find out tho cause. They knew the cries wero made by hi parrot, but they had' never heard It .cream so loud before. Andrews lay ou the floor unconscious, bleeding from a great gash In bis neck. He had been repairing tho celling and had fallen from a atepladder, striking a stove. A physi cian took six stitches to close tho wound nnd said that in only n few minutes An drews would have been dead. This Is not the first tlnio the parrot has looked after the welfare of Its owner. Some yean ago the house next door caught fire. The parrot's screams awakened 'Andrews In time to arouse his neighbors before much damage, was done. COMBINE ATTACKED IN COURT. United Shoe Machinery Company Sued for 9 1 ,000,000 Damages. A suit for $1,000,000 damages has been brought by Harry 12. Cllley of Boston against tho United Shoo Machin ery Company in tho United State. Cir cuit Court. Tho plaintiff say. ho ha. been engaged in the business of manufac turing shoo machinery, lu which he has Invested about filOO.OOO. principally In domestic and foreign patents. He sues under tho statute of 181)0 entitled "An act to protect trade nnd commerce agalnit unlawful restraints and monop olies." Ho assorts that tho defendant has attempted to inouopollzo n part of the trado or commerce' in snoo mncnin ery, and has wrongfully obtained control of tho market for its sale to tho exclu sion of himself. His business, bo de clare., has been destroyed and hi. prop erty rendered useless. WORK AMONG SKELETONS. Divers Reoover Cargo of Steamer Lost Nineteen Veara Ago. Tho steamer J. C. Suit, which has been chartered for the Reason to be used In .tripping some of tho old wrecks on Lako Superior, has just returned to Du lath from tho wreck of the Canadian passenger steamer Algoma, which was tost nineteen years ago with fifty-two lives. What Is left of the steamer is on the south coast of Isle Itoyale, Tho wreckers worked amoug tho bono, of the dead in raising ISO tons of Iron, which was taken out by the divers. Closing Chapter In Noted Failure. Tho famous Purcell failure, In which the debts originally amounted to nearly 14,000,000 and which for years has occu pied tho attention of tho courts, was closed lu Cincinnati by the announcement that glS.OOO remained to bo distributed. This was obtained from sureties on the bond of John II. Manulx, tho original assignee, who himself becaino a bankrupt whllu administering the assignment. Hlrea the Thomas Orchestra. Thirty thousand people assembled In Kansas City Convention Hull Sunday af ternoon to hear tho first absolutely free public concerts tho Theodora Thomas Orchestra ever gave. Arthur 13. Still well, president of tho Kansas City, Mex ico nnd Orient Bnilroad, bought tho hall for tho two concerts' and threw open its doors to the goneral public. E. J. Arnold Ib Run Down. A telegram from Chief of Police C. W. Austin, Birmingham, Ala., to Chief Mathow Kelly, of St. Louis, stated that E. J. Arnold, turf Investor, was In that city. Chief Kelly Immediately wired back to placo Arnold under arrest. Arn old was tlm proprietor of ono of tho get-rich-quick Investment companies which failed several months ago. Ilashl Bazouks Kill Christians, DlhpatcheH from Monastlr statu that Turkish soldiers and bnshi bazouks luvo joined the Mussulman populace in tho neighborhood and aro killing Christians in cold blood, llfiiikes are deserted and all shops aro closed, Pays $2, IOO for a Manuscript. (ieorgo H. Uigby of Philadelphia paid 12,100 for tho original manuscript of Ed gar Allan Poo's poem, "The Bells." Jt I thu most Important Poo manuscript In existence, tbcro being none of "Tho haven." Sickness on Receiving Ships, Three deaths and five serious cases of cerebrospinal meningitis aro reported on naval receiving ships Minneapolis and Puritan, at Philadelphia; 1,200 recruits have been exposed. Date' Bet for Knapp Trial. The trial of Alfred A. Knapp, the In dianapolis "Bluebeard," has been assign .4 for Tuesday, Jans 10, tt Hamilton, Ohio. Knapp. who made a written coi fesslon of strangling five women and chil dren, will bo tried on a charge of choking his third wife, Ilnnnnh Ooddard Knapp, ntid throwing her body In the river. Knapp repudiated his confession nnd de clared he wrote It only to get rid of the police and newspaper men. POISON KILLS INSURED BABY. Fourth Death In Family Casts New Suspicion on Mother. The 4-ycar-otd child of Mrs. Alice Nesenhcncr died nt Hannibal, Mo., from carbolic ncld poisoning, Tho mother says she purchased 0 cents worth of acid with which to cleanse her bedclothlng; that the acid wn. left on a chair and the, child, noticing tho bottle, grasped It and drank Its contents. A strango fea ture of the case Is that when this child was 2 years old the mother took out an insurance policy of 925 on Its life and at ,'l years of age the amount was Increased to ?30. Two other children of Mrs. Nes inhencr died under peculiar circum stances. Tho tires of these children wero also Insured. The husband of tho wom an died from morphine pqlsonlng, inves tigation of which resulted lu her arrest and trial for murder. She was convicted and sentenced to bo hanged, Tho Su preme Court turned her loose. Nesen hetior's life was also Insured. Tho wom an collected the insurance on her chil dren and after her roleaso the amount due on her husband's life was paid to her. A searching investigation will be mado Into tho last child's death. GIRLS TRAMPINO IN YORK STATE Mystery Surrounds Young Women Who Sleep Under Trees. Mystery surrounds the Identity of four teen pretty girls who are tramping through upper Westchester County, N. Y., nnd Connecticut. Tho girls carry knapsacks nnd sleep under the trees at night. Although they refuse to tell tho farmers anything about themselves, It Is reported they nrp students of a Connecti cut seminary and that they aro tramping through the country to study nature. They generally go through the wood, and stop frequently to pluck tlowers or gather birds' eggs. The female "tramp ers" stop nt farm houses to get milk and water and cook their own meals on camp fires. PASTOR MUST TAlCB CHANCES. Missouri Court Says Congregation la Not Liable for Baok Salary. The western Missouri Court of Ap peals has decided that n member of tho church congregation is not liable lu liiw for the payment of the pastor's salary, and that n minister of the gospel must dopend upon tho good consciences of the members of his Hock for ills pay nnd has no legal hold upon them for It. This de cision was made lu the suit brought by llev. J, II. Klffo against the congrega tion of the First Baptist Church of Mon roe City, Mo. Itev. Mr. Ulffo was en gaged at n salary of (800 a year, but was not paid that much, so he sued for tho balance. Tho clergyman won hi case lu tho trial court, but tho Court of Appeals reversed that Judgment. Suspends Sentenoe of Mrs. Little. Chief Justlco Sullivan, of tho Nebraska Supreme Court, has signed an order sus pending the sentonco of Mrs. Lena Lllllo until her case can bo reviewed by the Su premo Court, which will probably be in September. In the moantlmo sho will remain in the Butler County jail. Mrs. Lllllo was convicted of murdering her husband nnd given n llfo sentence. Federal Clerk Hobs Mall. Frank M. Barnett, a clerk in the Unit ed States bureau of ethnology in Wash ington, was arrested on a charge of for gery, lie opened private mall addressed to officials In tho office and abstracted therefrom two checks for $17.", which ho cashed nt n local banking house. He admitted his guilt. Poet Stoddard Is Dead. Bichurd Henry Stoddnrd, tho poet, died at his residence lu Now York City. Mrs. Stoddard died less than a year ago, nnd his son, Lorlmer Stoddard, Is alto dead. For a week ho had been confined to his bed with rheiimutlsm of tho heart and llls Incident to old age. Convicts Freed by Flames. A portion of the kitchen of tho Sta'to prlron at Flat Top Mines, twenty-fire miles from Birmingham, Ala., burned and nine convicts escaped. Going to tho ratlroud station, tho convicts robbed tho telegraph operator and left him tightly bound. Editor Kills a Lawyer. W. T. Keith, au attorney of Dnlhnrt, Texas, was shot and killed by George F. Kornegay, editor of tho Sun, as a re sult of a quarrel over an article concern ing Keith printed in tho Sun. In the fight Keith fired at Kornegay without effect. Kornegay fled after tho shooting. Famous Jurist Is Doad, David Mills, justlco of the Supreme Court and former Minister of Justice In tho Laurier government, died suddenly nt Ottawa, Out. It Is thought that tho bursting of n blood vessel was the cause of death. Ho was in his seventy-first year. Trains Crash on Curve. Two passenger trains traveling at high speed on tho Mohawk and Maloue Unit road collided head ou wbilo rounding a curve at Nelson Lake, N. Y. Three per sons were killed and many wero Injured. Disregard of ordors caused tho disaster 20,000 Idle In Chicago, Twenty thousand workmen aro Idle In Chicago because of strikes; 0,000 Deer ing hurvester works employes out and 1,100 at Lasslg iron works; 1,200 Nation, al Biscuit employes locked out; 1,000 olcctrlcal workers quit. Shot by Jealous Husband, While walking with Mrs. Margaret Kounts John 10. Walsh, n wealthy Pitts burg contractor, was shot doad by the woman's husband, Walter P. Kountx. Mrs, Kountz was also seriously wounded. She may recover. Salt Trust Pleads Guilty. Tho Federal Suit Company lias been convicted in tho United States Court at San Francisco on the charge of maintain ing a monopoly, Tho decision marks as Important victory for the government un der the Sherman anti-trust law. Strikers Secure an Injunction. Strikers nt Omahn secured nn Injunc tion against tho business men forbidding them to boycott union men or to hold meetings to conspire against tho men now out. Portugal Seeks Big Loan. Tho Portuguese government li neco- tiatlng with London financiers for a loan of 3,000,000. Tho money will bo used mainly In tho consolidation of tho public debt of Portugal, Powers Warn Turkey. France, Austria and Ru.tla hare warned tho Sultan of Turkey that they will not tolerate stern measures against Bulgaria on account of the 'Salonlca out rages. Fir Sweeps Prairie Homes. Doxens of houses were destroyed, also thousands of tons of bay and some lira stock, by a prairie firs on the range west el Velra, N. D. A young girl is report et to hare beta fatally burned. SEE MILLIONS IN COIN. TRIP THROUGH THE TREASURY AN IMPRESSIVE ONE. Oreat Throngs Oo There Daily-Trass-urer Kills H. Roberts Bays 9,000,000 Persons Have Passed Through With nut Attempt at Mobber-. Washington correspondence! I.MS II. BOB HUTS, Treasurer of tho United States, says that one of the least of his official trou bles Is tho $1,050,. 837,701.552-3 which Is stored in tho electrically guarded vaults of the treasury building. The money Is hot unit so hard to handle as are the people who dnlly throng the treasury and almost overwhelm Mr. Bobcrts for per mits to see the outside wrappings of this almost Inconceivable wealth. The Treasurer holds that every cltlsen bos an Interest In the money, and conso rjuontly If ho gets any satisfaction In looking at It and In examining tho vaults In which It Is kept, he Is entitled to that satisfaction. Consequently none Is turned from his office without the necessary permit unless there Is some special reason for withholding It. Best Bhow lit Washington. The hospitable welcome given visit ors, together with the sordid delight Americans tako in seeing vast stores of money, makes' the treasury one of the best showbouscs In Washington. Were an admission fee charged to the silver vaults the revenues of the Gov ernment would be appreciably In creased, for there Is rarely a day that from 2,000 to 4,000 persons do not feast their eyes on the crisp new bills tied up In packages containing from $4,000 to $2,000,000, according to the denomina tion or voice their approval of the ap parently wanton destruction of tho precious bills In the division of redemp tion. Sightseers come from all over the world. One day when It was particularly-gloomy and disagreeable outside, so that there was not much doing In the tourist line, Treasurer Roberts took the trouble to keep track of his callers. Ex actly 700 persons entered bis office that day on other than departmental busi ness. They represented thirty-five States, seven foreign countries and nearly forty different nationalities. The foreigners enmo from Great Britain, France, China, India, Germany, Africa and Australia. Matters are arranged so that the visit will Impress Itself upon the minds of tho strangers. There Is a corps of well drilled guides maintained, who, after Mr. Roberts has passed upon the per mit, see that the stranger regtstes bis name In n little book kept for the pur pose. This Is for tbo purpose of assist ing tho Government later on In case a silver certificate or a gold bond Is miss ed during the day. They first go to the vault wbcro tbo money Is kept, which Is used in the current business of the treasury. After tbo necessary signing and countersigning .of the permit they are admitted. The cushler In charge hands around a small frame, which In closes two well-worn $10,000 bills and one of $5,000. "There!" ho says, triumphantly. "You've had $25,000 In your band." Bhown Millions In Hands. Bigger things come later on In the trip when they are permitted to- fondle millions of gold bouds In the national bank division or to look at the doors behind which are stored tons of pro clous gold and silver which has been stamped Into coin. Because of the elec trical appliances they cannot see tho bags of coin. Any attempt to movo the magnetized doors, tbo guide Impressive ly relates, would result In calling the seventy-tin eo heavily armed guards who are constantly kept at tho treas ury to protect tho money. "If we were ns money mad ns somo foreigners would mako us out," ob served Tiensurer Roberts, "visitors nt tho department would not conduct themselves ns well as they do, I pre sumo 5,000,000 persons have gono through the vaults during my tenure of olllce, but ko far as I know not ono has made nn attempt to net hold of nny of tho money. Of course, wo keep closo watch on them, but If tbo American people were Insane on tho question of money this would bo a good place- to note Interesting symptoms. 'e like money, but we aro not so crazy about It ns' our foreign friends profess to be lieve. At least tho presenco of the cnuso of our alleged madness does not seem to aggravate the disease." Nothing Now. Spartacus "l note that nn Indiana telegraph operator says that u court ship Is started by telegraph." Spartacus "Nothing new about that It Is an established fact that most marriages aro brought about by proper manipulation of the wires, with some sparking and a little dash of senti ment that suits the girl to a dot" Baltimore American. When a womau begins losing her .amiability, she shows It first In com plaining about company in -summer. SaspylsSflpaM SBSSSSSSfib. ItaaeeBeMSsstfsmsBSBeBesm' BBSBVtlVSBBHarBBBgSK RBBbW jftfBflBRRBm XtttSCBKr 1. 'SBRRbI BHLbRBRRRRRbV BRBRBBBV ' If TREASURES BOBEBTS. ITEMS OF INTEREST The finest livery stables In Chicago are those of the Brie Livery, 100 to 201 Brie street, nnd 108 to 170 Ontario street. The proprietor, Mr. William A. Hlnktus, is ono of the best known and best liked horsemen in the country. He has recently purchased and has subject to call the finest Imperials, French leather heads, Victorias and landau carriages In Chicago. Ills broughams, coupes and hansom ,cabs are the best. His horses are first-class, with rub ber shoes; they never slip. Bis drivers are well dressed, sober, courteous nnd reliable. Telephone 1070 North. The finest carriages, most stylish turnouts and most careful drivers can be ordered by telephone from J. II. Blrren's elegant stable, 247 and 24V Webster avenue. Man wants but Utile here below, But, be It understood. No matter whether high or low, Thai little must be good; Which mny explain why men of taste, Who always get the best, Their heads by Newton's hats are graced When they would be well dressed; For Newton blocks, the critics tell. In style aud texture all excel. The telegraph manual Issued by the Western Electric Company will teach any one the art of telegraphy. To get a copy address Department 0 G, West ern Electric Company, 242 South Jef ferson street. Chicago, and Inclose 25 cents. One of the best-liked and most pop ular business men In Chicago la Tom N. Donnelly, the Jeweler, at 118 Dearborn street Mr. Donnelly enjoys the con fidence and patronage of the very best people In Chicago, and If you want the nest goods, In-watches, dlHnds and Jewelry, at reasonable prices, the man to patronise Is honest Tom Donnelly, at 118 Dearborn street. For the correct hat, patronise New ton, the old-time batter, 135 Madison street, near Clark. Hohcnadel Bros., nt 211 Madison street, manufacture the very best uni form caps. For tents, awuiuga and waterproof covers go to, Murray Co., 820-888 South Canal street These people are leaden In this line of goods. There Is no better beer brewed In the world than the far-famed "Extra" Beer brewed by the Brand Brewing Com pany, at 1251 Elston avenue. Murray Company, who lead In the awning business, and who were located on Randolph street for eieven years, In vite you to call at tbeU new mammoth establishment, 829 to 188 South Canal street. Pc.oplo who desire first-class merchant tailoring will do well to patronize Mr. C. Masters, who has opened an estab lishment at the southwest corner of Dearborn and Randolph streets. Mr. Masters Is one of the most popular as well as one of the best cutters hi Chi cago, aud his success Is assured. The beer bottled by the Independent Brewlug Association, the Ernst Broth ers' famous plant, Is the finest In the country. Order it for your residence. Phone, North 045. Joseph Groin's restaurant nnd buffet, GO East Randolph street, Is one of the most popular resorts for political lead ers, as well as for tho general public. In tho city. B. J. Wellcr & Co. Is ono of the larg est and most reliable firms at present engaged In the commission business In this city. All who have business with them arc perfectly safe lu their hands, and sure of efficient services aud lion orablo treatment. No wonder tho business of tho Brand Browing Company, at 1251 Elston ave nue, increased over 100 per cent during 1002. Their famous "Extra" brew bus a world-wide reputation. Chillies E. Hyde & Co., southeast cor ner Clark and Monroe streets, Is an other firm where policemen and fire men could obtain material of the very best quality for their uniforms and have them made in the very best style nt most reasonable- prices. Tho great furniture house of Alexan der Rovell, northeast corner Wabash nvcnuo and Adams street, was oue of tho busiest marts of trado during tho Christmas season. Somo magnificent works of art In house-furnishing lino were on view, while in tho lino of busi ness furniture, such as desks, olllce fittings nnd the like, most reasonable rates and excellent vnluo were offered. Tho splendid new storo of Messrs. Ilnnuiib & Hogg nt 307 nud 300 Wn bash avenue (opposite tho Auditori um) Is filled with tho very best goods In tho line of whiskies, wines nud liquors that can bo bought for money. Three dollars buys tho best hat In the world at Newton's reliable bat store, 135 Madison street near Clark. For wines nud liquors, Keating & Muttony, the well-known Importers nnd wholesale dealers In this lino of goods, mo among tho foremost in tho country for vnluo as well us tho excellence of their goods. Hohcnadel Bros., nt 211 Madison street, manufacture thu very best uni form caps.' They will bo located nt 100 to 201 E. Madison street ou nud after Mny 31. Americans Getting Contracts. The Birmingham Post calls tho at tention of British manufacturers to tho fact that contracts Involving tho sum of $05,000,000 havo been obtained by American luterests during the last few weeks for tho construction of electric traction systems In England, Russia and Hollaud. Chicago & Great Lakes Dredge & Dock Co. SUCCESSORS TO LYDON & DREWS CO, Chicago. HAU8LER & LUTZ T. & D. CO., 80. Chicago. River and Harbor Improvements 1319-22 Chamber of Commerce. Phones Main gg :BTJY: MOXLEY'S BUTTERINE Pure, Nutritious Appetizing- - There Is But One BEST. No Table Should AT ALL FIRST-CLASS GROCERS. ?AV1D RKEVKS, Prsild.Bt. BANK T. DAVIS, Tren. A. 0.8T1TES, Ros. Kug., ChlOSfO.- The Phoeni? Bridge Company ..'.KNOINHRS AND BUILDERS... CAPACITY OF BRIDGE WORK 40,000 TORS PER AlfROM. All Work Don on Promlaoa, from Or to Finished Brldg. Bridges, Turntables, Ocean Piers, Elevated Railroads, Viaducts, Roofs, All Structures of Iron and Steel. EsUauUstRd Special DsslfM FiiraJslMO on Application. ....ornoM.... 411 Walnt Street, PhUadelphlai Phofalxrllle, Ps. 49 WUHaa Street, New York 31 The) Rookery, CHICAQO. Beslsy'a Waukegnn Brewing; Company. It Is with pleasure that wo call tbe attention of the trade, and private fam ilies, to the fact that owing to the In creasing demand for bottled alo and porter of undoubted purity and of tbe tlnest quality, we are now bottling tbe same under our own supervision. Tbo -frequent use of adulterants and substitutes for malt and bops In tbe manufacture of malt liquors bas re sulted in an Inquiry for an article of domestic manufacture, wholly free from anything of a harmful or deleteri ous nature, and at a price that would commend Its use to all. Tbe failure hitherto to obtain sucb an article has led consumers to purchase Imported goods at' a blgb price. Therefore we are prepared to place on tbo market bottled ale and porter unexcelled In quality, equal In every respect to tbe Imported, at a much lower price. Our goods being manufactured from the choicest barley malt and tbe best bops In tbe market, no substitutes whatever being used, and, being bottled by ourselves at Waukegan, enables us to offer to our customers an absolute guaranty of their purity and quality. Families can obtain these goods of all tbe leading fancy grocers, tbe prin cipal hotels, restaurants tad druggists. BKBLEY'8 WAKIOAH BBBWIN4J 00. MONKEY HA8 MOTHER LOVE. Dlsplny of Almost Human Tenderness by a HIiuIbii at Bronx Park Zo", Tho annals of tbo New York Zoo logical park In tho Uronx, which aro most like folks just now aro tho Ioiik nriued mother lmboon and her baby. Mother uml child hold tho center of tho stngo In tho primates' houso nud attract oven a larger crowd to their cage than tbo uncanny bats that eat, sleep nud light with their beads ImiiK ing down aud their claws gripped to tho wires overhead. A monkey is novor moro human than wheu sho has nn uuweaned baby, Tho louts-armed mother is proud of her child, for sho sits as closo as sho can Ket to tho front of tho staeo so that all tho visitors and tho Jealous, child less, race-suicide moukeys across tbo way can seo her baby. Tho Infant has an excellent. oppo tlto and nftcr each uursliu; gous to sleep on bis mother's shoulder, Tho mother baboon's kisses aro as human like as anything In tbo show nnd tbo baby hears all tbo "tootsey-wootsey" talk that Is good for blm from tbo wo men lu front of tbe cage, Tbe mother hasnlt lost Interest In tbo social doings and quarrels of tho primates' bouse" as tbe result of her domestic cares. Thero was a fight tbe joiner uay between two noisy DaDoonij So. Chicago 'Phono, te. Chloago 03. Bo. Without It. KTMOUR P. THOMAS. Kl. Eng. Maw Tort. JOHN S IKRLINO UEANS, Chlsl Eos. WM . B. BEEVES, Qsnsrsl Sup.flBUBd.at. in tbo next cage. Heads wero out, tencinciiMiouso fashion, all nloug tho lino of cages. Tho long-armed baboon was sitting with hor back to her quar relsome neighbors when tho row be gan and tho baby had Just gono to Bleep. Sho unwound tho llttlo fellow with her loft arm, gripped tho bar In front of her with her right band and then stood up very slowly and care fully, faced about tbo other way and sat down again where sho could seo tho light. Tho baby didn't oven stir. Now York Bun. STOLEN POO AND REWARD. Wliat Happened ts Una of Sir Kdwin Londseer'a Models, Sir Edwin Laudseer was about to put fiulshlug touches to tho portrait of a dog belonging to Lord X., and was expecting a visit from bis model, when tbo owner arrived in a state of great perturbation, without tho dog tho nulnial bad been stolen. After talklug over tho loss with Sir Edwin, tho owuor decided to leave tho matter lu tbo painter's bauds, together with a 10 note as a reward for tho recov ery of tho dog. Now, Sir Edwin's acquaintance with tbo dog fanciers waB large, and bo summoned to bis aid ono Join Smith, who ho thought might put him on tho right track. He showed tho mau tho plcturo, and tbo bnnk note and promised that if tho dog were restored no questions should bo asked. Join. Smith said ho would do bis best, a ml went his way. Six weeks later Jem Smith arrived at tho studio leading tho missing dog by n pleco of string. "Is this tbo dorg, Sir Edwin?" There was no need to ask tho question, for tho aulnml was the very plcturo of bis portrait "Hore Is your 10 note," said tbo artist, "aud I supposo I must ask no questions. But now that tbo affair Is douo with, you may just ns well tell mo all about It.' After n moment of hesitation, tbo man confessed that ho himself was tho thief. "You! you thundering ras cal!" exclaimed Sir Edwin, "theu why on earth havo you kept us lu suspense all this time?" "Well, yor seo, guv nor," was tbo answer, "I stole the dorg, but tbo gen'elman I sold blm to ken' Mm so Jolly closo that I hadn't a chanco of nicking him again till yesterday, aud that's tbo truth, s'elp me." London Chronicle. Aa He Was Called. Our neighbor, llttlo Arthur, aged three, was a notorious llttlo runaway. On being asked his name, ho always Insisted that It was Uaby, "Hut," uld I one day, "what does mamma call vnnV He replied with great earnestness. VArrur tumnerer a )S w'