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jr THE OHIOAOO HSAOLiES, tlon't give in iin ml. wo will iiiviMUti I lioiiiltiiiartors at '.MOitiul 212 K.ist Mail you for olwtnu'tlui: tin sidewalks with I Uoii streot. votir luwlnox." The limine- man or UTOtl tlio City Hull blackmailer out or UN onloo. TliN N hut olio of u thou xiiiul storle of thN kind Unit mi being lolil hy tho huluo men of Uhleiigo. Dp unit Mrs. Thorna .1. O'Mulloy. of I IT lii"t North avenue, haw loft for a tw.. w wkV outing ut ot niiln Spring, Colo Mr. unit Mr. Alliort X. UoH-nouk n.ivo gone to Itk'huiouil. Vu., for u few week. ThN N it lovely o!ion of tho jo.tr to vlJt that graml ohl Stuto. Now tho (Sriiiul .1 nr N tukliu up I ho gambling nutation It N woll thoro N somebody tlmt can ami will pay some uttontlcn to tho pnhllo vice with which tho city Is now plagued. As for Harrison's police fori v. that N out of tho uuostlon. Former United Slate sumtor Charles It. Harwell died on Wednes day last ut tho ripe old ago of s year. Mr. 1'arwoJl was a prominent tlguro for many years In tho business and po litical life of Chicago, and liN death Is regretted by hundred who iidtnlml hi Integrity, ability and genial char acter Alderman William Kuetor ha made tho best representative tho Twenty lxtli Ward has ever had In the City Council. He has done wonder for the ward and his constituents will how ihelr annreclatlnii of hi son Ice by reelecting hhn next siirlu-j II, m .lolni 1 O'Aia lev I olli or tlio best liked Denuier.it In Chicago. As leader of tho TiwntylliM Ward Dem ocracy he I inaklii'-' friend for the party. Mr. i Source i:. Catighey roporis tin Wheeler Ac Wllon far ahead of Its eomnetltors. Mr. Caiighoy I making friends for that great company day. even lion. Adam A.tioodrlch woiuu iiiiim' a good tioveillor of Illinois. lion. .lohu T. SiuuNKt I making a record ns City Attorney, of which all of our citizens are proud. H tho Ucpiibllouns are wle they will put honest Kl Miielhoefer on their county ticket next year. lion. Fied U Wllk would make a splendid SUito Treasurer Hon. l U. Haley, special counsel for tho Drainage Hoard, would make a gooil member of Congress. .Iooph .1. Unify is one or who have built up the West. tlio He mei 1 a great contractor. Kdwlu K. Walker has made a good iccord as chairman of the Finance. Committee of tho County Hoard. The Democrats will nominate liusta vu .1. Tatgo for Superior .lodge next year. Justice Charles 11. Callahan N mak ing a record on tho bench of which all 1 1 vile l'.irkers aro proud. There Is a tine prospect ahead lor Chicago people truly. Winter is com ing on and wide open prlze-tlgliting will attract every thug and hold-up mail In tho country to Chicago. Now that Mayor Harrison Is home In- will probably institute mi Inquiry as to who the parties are who have been "touching up" the milk dealers and extorting money from business men on the pretext that they were ob structing sidewalks or violating build ing ordinances. Tho Eaalo does not bellovo that Mayor Harrison is awaru of the bold hold-ups of business men executed In his name. Ono of tlio best known men In Chicago was notified tho other day that if ho did not patronize an alleged City Hall advertising scheme ho would bo forced to suffer for pul ling Ills goods on sidewalks. All of tlm toughs, plug-ugllos mid tliugs In the country an- headed for Clilcago since tho word lias noun out that prize-fighting Is to bo permit led here. Tlio Mayor will do well to look Into the matter of tlio blackmailing of business men, which has been carried mi ipiito extensively this summer In tho nuiuo of his ailniliitstratloii and that of the City Hall. It in id iuvi llciliug. Tlio Mill. City Hull milk grafi must bo Vou never hour of the prosecution of . nx-ikt'd milk dealers any iinuv is it iiecauso they "did business-' Tim Kaglo was rlrfit when it said that tho Mayor would not onfon-o the wnlo tiro ordinance. If tho City U.iii amhorltlis think they aru helping th" Mayor's auo 1, sending a lot of rtctnJ boats ainl touch its nnaind to hold up buslrus men let tin-in go ahead. Two of tho City Hull "aihertlslug men" aro now under Indictment foi trying to hold up a Dearborn street merchant by threatening to rulso his tuxes if ho did not advertise. Tho stuulwn County Wine Company is Justly celebrated throughout the country for the excellence! or Its prod ucts and tlm fairness of lis dealings. In Chicago droji Info its line l'red A. Miimo will ho u powerful factor hi tho guliornatoiliil llht, Ills friend are legion. "Did Cascade" Is 111 good hands. Thoniioti llrothors, tho popular turf moil, have It oil tho market, anil that HUMUS tlcees. If you need u iiwi-elaRs article in ilio lino of shoo drop In mid bog Sponge Hrotlicra In tho Tribune llulld Ing. Dearborn nmt Mndlaou strecto. There the public are woll treated, and there all classes of cltlzem will bo given excellent value at reasonable prices. The Steuben County Wluo Company, 210 and 212 East Madison street, I one of Chicago's standard and reliable business houses. Mr. Paul l'olil, the leading welwi beer brewer of tlio United States, lg one of tho most popular citizens of Chicago. Ho Is alTahlo In his maimers, square In his dealings and punctual In his appointments. Ho has repeatedly declined political honors, being content with his rapidly growing business. Finding himself without money, a passenger on an ocean liner recently adopted the expedient of communi cating by wlreles telegraphy with his mother, who happened to ho travel ing on a pu.lng "trainer of the sunm company She nccoidlngly deposited a certain sum with the purser of her Nteamer, who cabled an order to the corresponding olllcer of the oilier ship to deliver that amount to the young mini. The success of tho experiment suggest a new sense In which It has become true that "money has wings." Franchises of flfty-rtrco linos now owned and operated by the Union Tractioii Company expire in 1003. The list Includes all the important principal and crosstown lines on tho North and West sides. Secretary George 0. SlUes of tho street railway commission compiled a table showing the fram chiseti affected and it Is set forth la tho statement that twenty-seven of the franchises were granted to the North Chicago Street Railway Company and twenty-six to the West Chicago Street Railway Company. Many of the fran chises, as Indicated by asterisks, aro snblect to the act of 1800. Following to a list of the expiring franchises: State street, from Lake to Clark ftreets, by Division street. Clark street, from Washington street to Fullcrton avenue. Clark street, from FulUtftou avenue to Dlversey boulevard. Wells street and Fifth avenue, from Randolph to Clark streets. Center street Clark street to Lin coln avenue. Lincoln avenue Center street to Bel mont avenue. Avbland avenue Belmont to Grace- land avenue. Belmont avenue Lincoln avenue to Bobey street Robey street Belmont avenuo to Roscoe boulevard. Roscoe boulevard Robey street to Western avenue. Division street Wells street to Cly- bourn avenue. v Clybourn avenuo lino Division street to Fullcrton avenue. Sedgwick street Chicago avenue to Division street 'Sedgwick street Division street .to Lincoln avenue. Garfield avenue Lincoln avenue to Raclno avenue, Racine avenue Webster avenue to Center street. Center street Racine avenue to Lin coln avAnue. Laxrabee street Chicago to Lincoln avenues. Webster avenue Racine to Lincoln avenues. Sheffield avenue Lincoln avenue to Clark street. Chicago avenue Clark street to Larrabeo street. Division street State to Clark streets. Division street-Clark street to Cly ixmrn avenue. Graceland avenue Ev.anston avenue to Ashland avenue. Evanston avenue Diversey street to Graceland avenue. Wrightwood avenue Short stretch from Lincoln avenue. Alley Between Lill and Wrightwood avenues, and between Sheffield: and Seminary avenues. LINES ON TnE WEST SIDE. Mndison street State street to Western avenue. Madison street Between Western and Hamlin and natnlln and Crawford nvenuoH. Madison street loop Fifth avenue side. Mllwnuheo avenuo Hue Hetweon Lake and Halsted streets. Ilalsted street and North avenue, Nortli avenue and Armltnge avenue. Halited street lino Ilalsted street loop, Van Buren side; in Clinton street from tunnel to Vnn nuron stroot; In Van Buron htreet between Clinton and nnlsted streets. Ilalsted street 'Van Buren street to Blue Island avenue, nud from Bluo Isl and avenue to O'Neill street, and the switch tracks on O'Neill street. Hltio Island avenue Ilalsted struct to lMh place, and 15th placo to West ern avenue. EAST AND WEST LINES. Arniltago avenue Milwaukee ave nuo to Washtenaw uvenue, expired 1S0S. North avenue Milwaukee avenuo to California avenue. Chicago avenue Mllwnuheo avenue to Leavltt street, and Leavltt street to California avenue; Kcdzte avenuo to 10th avenue. Grand avenue Milwaukee to West ern nvenues. I.ako street Wabash avenuo to Union Park court, tlionco to Western avenue, thence to Rockwell street, theuco to Homan avenue. Luke street loop Randolph street Nldo and State street side. Randolph street-State streot to Union Park. Brynn place Randolph street to Lake street. Ogdon avenue Madison street to 40th avenue. Van Buren street Stnto Btrect to Ogdon avenue, Ogdcn avenue to West ern avenue. Polk street Fifth avenue to Canal street. Twelfth street Stato street to Canal street, Canal street to Ogdcn avenue. Ogdon avenuo to Western avenue. Fifteenth place "Dend tracks be tween Jefferson and Oaaal streets. (Note tf there fc r ' 1 authority for the presonce of theso tracks In street tho right would c terminable by tho city in 1003.)" NORTH AND BOUTII LINES. Fifth nvcnuo-'Randolph to Polk streets, Polk street to 12th street via duct. Randolph atrcot to Lake street Clinton street Randolph street to Madison street; 'Madison street to 12th street; Milwaukee avenuo to Randolph street. Canal street Harrison street to Ca unlport avenue. Cnnalport avenue Canal street to Ilalsted street. ' Jefferson street Vnn Buren street to 15th place. Ilalsted street Milwaukee avenuo to Illuo Island uvenue, Harrison street to O'Neill street. Lenvltt street Chicago avenue to Grand avenue. Western avenue Lnko street to Madison street, Mndison street to Van Buren street California avenue Armltage nvcnuo to North avenue, Division street to Chi cago avenue. The following snows the dates of ex pirations of the franchise grants of the lines of tho Chicago City Railway Company: WABASH AVENUE AND COTTAGE GROVE AVENUE LiNE. Wabash Avenue Lnko street to 22d street, terminable 1003. Twenty second Btrect Wabash ave nuo to Cottage Grove avenuo, terinln able 1903. (Subject to act of 1805.) Cottage Grove Avenue-22d street to 30th Btrect terminable 1003. (From 22d street to 31st street subject to act of 1805.) Downtown loop of Wabash avenuo line, expires 1003. INDIANA AVENUE LINE. Eighteenth Btrect Wiihush avenue to Indiana nvcnuo, expires 1003. (Subject to net of 1805.) Indiana Avonue 18th street to Cot tago Grove avenue, cxplrea 1003. (Sub Ject to net of 1806.) Twenty-second street to 30th street, terminable 1003. (Ono track subject to act of 1805.) STATE STREET LINE. Stato Street Lake street to 031. tor mlnnblo 1003. (Part from Lnlte street to31st street subject to not of 1S05.) Downtown loop expires 1003. CLARK STREET LINE. Clark Street Washington to Polk, oxplrcs 1003. (Sub.'ect to act of 1805.) Polk to i!2d street, termlnablo 1003. Archer Avenuo Stato to Ilalsted streotH, termlnnblo 1003. (Subject to act of 1605.) Ilalsted to 88th streot, expires 1903. Thirty-ninth street to Vlncennca ave nue, termlnnblo 1003. CANAL STREET LINES. Cnnal Street Archer avenue to 20th street, expires 1003. Twenty-ninth Street-Canal to Butler stroot, expires 1003. Wallace Btrcot-20th to 30th street, expires 1003. IIALSTED STREET. , O'Neill to 30th street, expires 1003. Thirty-ninth to (10th street, termln nblo 1003. ASnLAND AVENUE. Thirty-first to 30th streot. expire? I0OS. Thirty-ninth to COth street, termlnn blo 1003. WESTERN AVENUE. Archer avenuo to 71st street, expire 1015. KEDSSIE AVENUE. Thirty-eighth to 03d street, expires 1015. S IflKiliiii HON. JOHN F. SMULSKI, Chicago's Able and Courageous City Attorney. CROSS-TOWN LINES. Twenty-Unit Street Stnto street to Dearborn, expires 1003. Dearborn Strcet-'.'Otb to 21st street connecting with Archer avenue, expires 1003. Twenty-sixth Street Cottago Grovo avenuo to Halsted street, expires 1007. Tlilrty-llrst' Street Lnko Park nvcnuo to Pitney avenue, expires 1003. Pitney Avenue 31st street to Archer avonue, expires 1003. Archer avenuo to Chicago & Alton railroad, expires 1007. Ulhnan Strcet-Olst street to 30th street, expires 1007. Thlrty-tlftn Street Cottage Grovo av enuo to Rhodes avonue, expires 1005. Rhodes Avcnuc-33th to 30th street, expires 1003. Thlrty-flfth Street Michigan avenuo to Stato streot, expires 1012. Stnto street to Ullman street, expires 1007. - Ullman street to California avenue, cxplrcB 1012. x Thirty-ninth Stiect Cottage Grov) to Wcntworth h .jrniinnblo Kno. Wentworth uvenue to Ilalsted street, tcrmhianlc 1007. Root Street State to stockyards, terminable 1003. Forty-third Street-Illinois Central trarks to Stato strept expires 1007 Forty-seventh Streot Hlluols Central to CottiiKo Grovo uvenue, expires 1015. Cottage Grove avenue to State street, expires 1012. Stnto street to Ashland avenue, ter minable 1003. Ashland to Western avenue, expires 1012. Western to Archer avenue, cxplrea 1015. Flfty-llrst Streot Graml boulevard to inuimui avenue, oxpircs juui. Indiana avenuo to Stato street, ex pires 1000. Stato to Wood streot, expires 1010. Fifty-ninth Street Stato trcct to Western avenue, expires 1015. Sixty-first Street Madison avenuo to Cottago Srovc avenue, expires 1012. Cottage Grovo avenuo to point 1,900 foot cast of South Park avenue, oxplrcs 1007. From paid point to State street, ex pires 1005. Sixty-third Street Stony Island ave uuo to Illinois Central, expires 1012. Illinois Central to Cottago Grove ave nuo, expires 1007. Cottugo Grovo avcuuo to Wcntworth avenue, expires 1014. Wentworth to Ashland avenue, ter minable 1003. Ashland to Central Park avenue, ex pires 1013. Slxty-nlutli Street Vlncennes avenue to Leavitt stroot torrolnablo 1003. Lenvltt streot to Western avenue, ex pires 1015. Soventy-nlnth Street VJncennes avo uuo to Ilalsted street, terminable 1003. South Chicago Avenue 71st stroot to 1000. Jefferson and Luke avenues loop, ex pires um. Thirty-ninth street to 51st street; grant expires In 1007. Overhead trolley permit expires 1IMM. From tUiil street to Viuceuncs avenue oxplrcs 100". Overhead trolley permit for this part oxplrcs 1001. Thirty-eighth street to Cist street, ex pires 1015. Wentworth Avenuo Archer nvcnuo to 3,)th street, expires 1010. 75th street, expire 1000. Ovorhend-trolluy uermlt expl-" UN Thirty-ninth to 07th streets, expires 1000. Slxty-.sovunth streot to South Chicago avonue, oxplrcs 1000. FIfty-llfth Street-Froin Cottago Grovo avenue to Lake uvenue, expires Butler to Wnllaco street, expires 1015. Thirty-ninth to Root street, expires 1014. Sixty-ninth to 70th street, expires 1014. CENTER AVENUE. Forty-soventh to 75th street, expires 1014. "Spent man." Thoro Ih aching pathos In that phrase. How did so ciology over manago to wander ho far from arid lutolloit and oomo so uoar to damp emotion? "Spent man" is the i-lni'xlilcatlou tlioy employ at the mun icipal lodging Iioiim! for tlio man whoso vital spark lias sunk mi low that there Is III lie hope of Its over being reviv ed. Tills doe not moan that the man will die. He may live many yours. Rut ho will .live as the ship lives that, with no coal nnil no steam, drifts' to moot Its hint Ktnrin. What makes "spent men"? "The chief assigned cause." nays Mr. Robins, superintend ent or tho municipal lodging house, "is chilli labur." Road two or tlio entries In the lodging house record: " -, 21 yours old. Began work when 13 for the tjiioon City Cotton Company; worked steadily for live years. Seemed discouraged. !,ow vitality. Worker as common laborer two days, (lavn up. Passed on." " , 'J2 years old. IVnusylvaiiln. Began work at I), dog In glass works; steady four years; gave out: restaurant work Hiiro years: tramping since; power gone; passed Leading John P. O'Sluuslincur. l'Vancli O'SliatighncM)-. O'Shaughnessy AND O'Shaughnessy ATTORNEYS AT LAW Suite 1105 AsklMfl Stock T IrptMinr CKNTKAb 3494 CHICAGO WilliamP.BIack LAWYER 404 ASHLAND BLK., CHICAQO. Telephone Main 400 on." There are many more record like thoM', They cuiillrui what .Inuii Addiiius said long ago about the con iicctlou between a certain kind of child labor and a certain kind of viigriim-y, Kxliauxt the child. Vou may liavc In food the adult. Kxplolt the boy labor er 'I'lie limn tramp uiiiy e.plolt .vou. "He sure your sins will Hud yon out" Is 1111 ailuiliiltloii which Includes soelul sins as well us personal ono. Is thoro any iiioro piteous ilgure lu the world than Unit of the 'Vpeut mini," who can never enjoy even the icional Mills faction of curMiig huuo Individual human being for hi- ruin, who can only feel In a blind, hunted way, that society, hiiiiiau beings In gciiernl, has been against I1I111; and ivho Is I11M caught slglit of when the lodging house record says: "I'as.-.od on." Ito licet n this "spent man" and reilcct on child labor. Money Is waiting everywhere for men who can use it advantageously. From every great mcrcaiitllo house and every factory thoro is a cry for young men of capacity, Not for or dinary, mcillocio young men; not for young men who watch the clock for MANIT0U STEAMSHIP CO. Tbo Palatini iteamtblp Manltou, fur Cliarlovolx, Harbor Springs, l'etoskcr, Hay View, Macklnuo Inland, Detroit,, Buffalo, all Eastern and Lake Superior points, Tuendajr, 9 . ro.i Tnunduy, 11 0. 01.; Saturday, 4 p. u. Office and docki, Hutu and N, Water it, telephone Central 1487, Our Store is open all night and our Fountain Running all the year round, day and night. - - I George R. Baker, 1 T Corner Clark and Randolph Streets, CHICAGO THREE EXPERT tt4t'tStttttt t fr-HH"l"H-H"M''H''W Shorthand in One Hour Remarkable results arc obtained by Mrs. Lena A. White's Voice Shorthand syntcin. Oor 1,400 graduates placed In good paying positions in lcs than three years. IN 40 TO 60 DAYS MRS. LENA A. WHITE Cunrntitccs to make you an EXPERT 8TEN0OKAPHCR and TYPEWRITER or will refund your mmeyif she fall to make the nboic claim good. Thotmnmln of student have memorized her entire shorthand system In one hour. Mrs. White secures S12 to S18 tier week t visit Ions for her irrndu X ntcs. Individual Instruction by the author. School in most X elegant cpiartcrs in Chicago. Mnrvclotii Increase lit Inisl- ncss, thcschool having had to enlarge Its quarters three tlmc-i V mIiicc locating hi the Fine Arts Building three years ago. I WHITE'S COLLEGE OF SHORTHAND, i SUITE 734-7O0 PINE ARTS BUILDING t ?203 Michigan Ave., - CHICAGO; 4l.KH, ! M--X--;--H-frH'--M"fr TOM MURRAY u HE MAKES SHIRTS" JACKSON BOUL. NEAR BOARD 3 to ORDER, WHITE or FAN AY, for $5.00 Members of ISIDORE H. HIMES, Master in Chancery of the Superior Court. 1116 Ashland Block, CHICAGO, ILLIN0I8. TELEPHONE MAIN 1680. tlMOTH LOEB I AOLER, ittomn ul CnudBri TeUahoae Main 1338. LAW OFFICE Louis J.Behan Stock Exchange Building, CHICAGO, tho hour of quitting time; not for young men who tlo uioclianlcally only wliat tliey aro tolil. That uIiikh of young men can only get what tho market allows to those who have to luivo their thinking done for them. Hut tlio young man who litis Mimetliiiig original in liim, ami who Ik lemly to apiily himself anil make nacrlllces, who lias growtli in him, hits greater opportunities now tlinn over before. Money is cheaper now, uninpnml ivltli ability, than over before. Tlio man who complains that lio lost a pocUctbook containing $1,500,00() dooKii't deserve much sympathy. Half that sum Is as much as any man ought to carry around on his person theso dishonest times. LAKE MICHIOAN AND LAKE SUPERIOR TRANSPORTATION COMPANY. SUMMER TOURS ON QRBAT LAKES. To Mackinac Island, St. Isnaee, Sault Sto. Marie, a rand Marala, Marquette, Uougatoo, Hancock, llayflold, Aahland, and Dulutu, Btearaera leave Chicago every Tueiday at 8 p. m. Co'mpaiiy'i office, and docki, 080 North WateMt.i Chicago, Bend for lllut trated booklet. T IMS Central. SODA MEN. lfrii $!'''$ ,frltt 4 - H"M - M - 4 - t - 4M - - K4 - 4 - l"H' AND CLARK ST. OF TRADE the Bar. Telephone Main 4053 EDWARD B, ESHER ATTORNEY-AT-LAW 503 to 506 Oxford Building 84 La tall it., - Chloago 7INCENT&BBADLET LAWYERS The Rookery, Chicago A.toMeli WHIUa A.VtacMt Ralph R. Bradley HARRISON 1716. telephone; central m. L. D. GONDEE Attorney AND Counselor at Law. 107 Dearborn St. Goodrich Line Steamers. For Milwaukee, 0:30 a. 111. and 0 p. m. dally. For Grand Haven, iluskcgou, Urnud Raplde, and White Lake, 71-13 p, in. dally and 0 n, in. except Sunday, Tor Uaclnc, S a. m. and 8 p. in. dally, For Sheboygan am) Manitowoc, S p, in., except Friday and' Sun. day. For Kewaunee, Algoma, Sturgeon Bay, Qrccn Bay, Marinette, Menominee, ami Bscanaba, 8 p. m., WedneaiUr out Satur day, For Mackinac Ialand (8, 8. CJcorglu), JO p, m, Saturday, Ticket offlco anil fecke, foot Mlcfelf aa-vr. 9aU CttUtl rt GOODRICH, . ,1' a ( y; J!.