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THE OHIOAOO EAQLE, the i-oiiM'titloti. foity-i'telit hour be fore uoun "f .t tttt -.1. I'ho thotK.iiut ili'llur wilt lit iU')olt(l In n lunik In ilu iii'nr fnliiti, tulijoi't t tin I'licik of rri,ii.uu,r Scluu'Iilcf. of tin Niitlonul i'iiiuinltti. to ptoxldt' for tin run cut 'M'UH'1 Of tllllt I'OlUUllttlH'. Tim uionoy viv ly ouloorltttJoti Unit l i.ot ivittliil to imt't ohiii' of the oiit'tttloti will tic ivtunictl pro r.ilti t tlio lltirlllili. Illiti'llil of liclliv tuvwtl Into tlu Kt'piitilltMti ciimii.tlyti Miml Viioiillin; to uo-xlp till licit t xlilto ill tlio Stnto loiixciitlon will lie tumle up n- follow: Tor (inxoriior Wlllliini I'mitl, t III! Il'.'ll. I.ictiti'iuint liovomm .lolin II H.iMr. Stilllvnn. Sci n'tiiry of Stuto Tlicoiloiv Nil oti liiHittm. Mnlttor of 1'iilillc Ai'rniiiit Cliiirlt'o A UVtiitli. Ottawa. Stato Trcifurcr Mlllitnl I'. Imnlnp. .tut Uonvlllo. Attoitu-y (ii'iicnil Allu'it Wntoii, Mntitit Voftion. Uinployc of tlio ('lilcnuo wiitor work timl wati-r ntll Imvo fot-imit sin ortr.ttilittloit, tlio uirpoo of ttlilcli l to xoi'iiro tlio ui tin 1:0 of n law liy Mi- toslslatnro ur.intlut; tin-in poiixlonx. MoMlu'r- ot tlio .ixoot'latloii rt'pi'i'ont tlio water otllio In tlio rlty hall, tlio water puiiiplng station, mid all other city department eoveretl 1, tlio water ttiuil. Panlel .1. Milllvaii, .taine Ahunitli anil William J. Hum, endurer at pmnplin: xtatioti. 111-0 tlio otlicei of tlio now organization, ealletl tlio i.'hl oitao Wntor Work, and Water Pepait nii'iit Kinployox' League. Iiu-oipora-U011 paporx for tlio oraiil.ntion have liron iipplloil for. Uopiiblloan Niitlonal (tminiHtiv nen iiiuli'r eeort of SorKoant-at-Ainix V. V Stotio Inxpoctod tlio Oolxi.iin linllil ln iiKUln TiiPMlny. leiai'ino Stow art. nionilior of tlio National omm-iiIIxo lotu iiilttoo. ami Sam It. Uaytnoml. ilinlr man of tlio local tlnanco commit too, al-o woro In tlio party. Mr. Stono. Klnu-r Dover, xooreiary to tli( Into Senator llaiina. .iml tlio (ommltteo on iirranomentx tor tlio National Itopnlillean convention will lio In I'llleapt .Inne 1 to oxeixee linal arranuenientx. Tlio local coininlttee will turn oxer the CnlWouni to the Na tlomil Uepnlillcan conimlttee .Inne -I at noon. The coux-ontlon hall will Imvo n xontlin: capacity of s. ls. The xiilicoininltti'o law recoiled from Its do n and for SI.'.Oihi. udx-aneo piymoni. ainl hax agreed to accept s.'.i h m . ' 15. I!. MeCormU-k:" N the xviiinliit b.iitle cry In the Txvont.x-lhvt. Vote for lVter Twenty-sixth. ltelnlier In the fltleiw of the Twonty-fotnth Ward xvho are Inteiexted In Improving i-on-dltlonx, honld vote for Alderman (ieo. K. Schmidt. K. II. .Md'ornilcK's lrlcuds predict I.'-'ihi majority for lit m In the Twenty llri Wind. C'harlex ,T. Vopluka, tlio xvoll-known Inexver and hlplily repeeted citizen, would make a splendid member of romcrox. Hlx nomination In the Fifth District would mean his election. Alderman Schmidt hax made it tine record In the Twenty-fourth, lie-elect him. lVter Helnberg will iimku a stood Altleiiuan. Oharlex Wesley Niix'ak will be a credit to the Tlilrty-tlrxt Ward. He should be elected, nn the city needs such men us he In the Common Coun cil. R. K. MeComilek 1h a bright youiiK man. Ho will be an ornament to the City Cumuli. Vote for A. W. Sehwane for Alder man of the Txvpnty-scx'cnth Ward. Alderman V. E. Cervenoy should bo and will bo lerleuted. Ho has made 11 jrood record In tlio City Council. A xote for Schxxane In the Twenty seventh Ward Is a vote for kowI kov- rnineut. 15. It. McCormlek, xvhoin tlio Kepub llcam huvo nominated for Aldernmn of the Txx-enty-tlr.st Ward, Is L'l yenrs old; xvus born In CIiIciiko; nox-cr looked for mi oltleo before, nml belonKS to tlio 1'nloii, Chicago Athletle, Mnrquotto nud City clubs. Ho Is n jjrmltmto of Vale. Wllllani Knox llaynes xvould nmko mi Ideal Jiidtfo and the Democrats xvould ilium a xvlnner if they pur lilin ip for one of the Superior Court xacalicles lieNt fall. Jiidire lilhrldk'e Hanecy will be re noinliiatcd nud re-elctted. His xvork on the bench uunniomlK liliu to the pcojije. uon. iijivi-r 11. iiorton, xvno xvns one of the best Circuit .IiiiIkoi. that 1 rok County ever had, has built up a very l,iri;o practice nlnce hlx retire inent from the bench. The Steuben County Wine Company is m the xan of progress In uirno ways than one. Its kooiIm are of the heht and Itn reputation of the hlhet. Ks-CnngrcsHinnii .Fohn .7 Peeley xioiild nmko a splendid State's Attor ne. and the Democrat are talking of iioinlmitlin; him. Contracts for approximately 100,000 tons of coal, to cost $:;0i),000, were lot by Commissioner of I'ubllu Work IJIockl after tests of the heat-prodiifliiK ijualltles had bten linlslx-d by City Kn- . . iMLmmmmmmmuVliMmmmmmmLmmmww'ii ?jK?V' 'AvW' I KiSkmmmMfc &JPJ?fc? Y,4lUaahammBmmisfiffiftt&.3'' 1 i 'v!mmmmmmmmmmmmmr aBmmmmmmmV WIV SS9aRmmmm?ammmmMA'Tr ylildammmmmmmmmimimV amrmBmVuBmmmmKL .pBmmmmmmmmmimiHBi 9mMlBnmmmmmK9BU' ' 'mV9rBmmmmmmVft. Hri .Vc?i9k ' 1'' 'mmHiv,3i yr JC Sp'iA . , $ - PETEK REINBERG, Democratic Candidate for Alderman of the Twenty-Sixth Ward, OHAS. WESLEY NOVAK, Democratic Candidate for Alderman of the Thirty-Third Ward. lilneer Spender. The price nniKed fioiu . to 10 cents a ton lower than for 100:1. Itocer C. Sullivan xvould be accept able to all factious as a Democratic candidate for (iovernor. Hon. John I. Hopkins has returned from the Hast, xxiiere he has been xlsltliiK the political leaders of Nexv York and Nexv Jersey. The men xvho run the Waxhtn-cton Park track are the felloxvs xvho alxvays blame tin police for not stopping giun bllnc. Vote lor (Jeorgo K. N:liinlilt In tlio Txveuty-fourth. The Steuben County Wine Company maintains Its good reputation by Hiv ing Its customers the best of treat ment and the tlnest goods 011 tlio mar ket. I'eter Itelnberj; xvlll make a ood alderman. Thomas D. KuIkIK xvli 11111K0 a splcu did State's Attorney. Dr. V. i:. flunther, the regular lie publican candidate for Alderman of the Fifth Ward, ought to bu elected, He has lived In the ward nil of his life ami his parents an among tin very oldest lexldeuts of the xvard. Dr. (Juiither Is :i-' years of ago and xvas born in Chicago, in the same precinct. In fact, in which he Mill lives. Ho has alxva.xs been a Itepiiblk-.iu In poli tics, nud although alxvays taking an active part at the primaries, has never held oilier, either appointive or other xvlse. He Is a member of tlio Itoyal League and of the Maccabees, nud Is president of tho Brighton emit. The doctor, xvho Is of iJerman parentage, Is a considerable property owner in the xvard, and has Just built a tine home on Hamilton avenue. If elected he xvlll ee to It that the Fifth Ward gets Its fair share of the appropriation. .Air. Charles W. .Novak, the well known luxvyer, ought to bo elected to tho City Council from tho Thirty-third Ward. Ho Is well titled for tho olllco In every xvny. Mr. Novak xvns born in Iowa and is ,'ll years of age. Ho lias lived in the Thirty-third Ward for ten years, and knows Just xvhat tho people out thero xvant. Ho is n grad uate of loxva City Academy nud also of the law department of tho L'nlvciv Mty of loxva. Ho gradunted lit tho Kent College of I.nxv in Chicago. Mr. Novak lias n loan and teal estato o(lico at &O0 West 1'JOtli street mid Ikih largo huMncHH Interests in tho xvard. H B9H3H Ho has never held other, and the pres ent nomination came entirely un sought. Mr. Novnk gives out the following as the platform upon xvhlch ho is mak ing his canvass: I believe in tho right of tho people to, nnd that tho time Is at hand for, the ownership nnd operation of nil public utilities by the people, Including Mreet railways, gas nud electric plants. I believe that Immediate action should ho taken, to remove tlio dan gerous railway crossings In our xvard, by requiring the railway companies to elevato their tracks, particularly tlio Illinois Central Itallroad. Tho open ing of the park near Pullman xvlll in ci ease trnitic across tlio Illinois Cen tral Itnlhvay on those streets leading to nud from the park, and thereby ex pose tho Hvoh of ninny women nnd children to danger. Many lives have been lost on theso crossings in the past, and by reason of tho additional use of crossings It will expose hun dreds more. I am opposed to granting nny fran chUes of public utilities on nny terms xvhlch contemplate putting cash Into tho general treasury, a form of taxa tion xvhlch places tho burden of gov eminent upon tho working men nnd women of this city. Taxes should lest upon property, not upon tho heads of men nud xvoiuen; instead of this taxa tion tho public should receive 11 reduc tion in rates. I believe lu organized labor xvheu presided over by honest and eonnclen tlous men, striving to obtain for tho xvorklng classes 11 fair mid Just xvago, mid that this xvcapon should be used in holding tho greedy corporations xvlth x'ast capital, xvho hnxx formed xvork lng combinations nnd monopolies, from placing the scale of xxiges xvhero a xvorklng man ami his children xvould he enslaved, mid thus be deprived of earning siifllclcnt menus to enable him to properly care for his family and educate his children. If elected, I xvlll xvork for prompt action by the City Council, folloxving tho adoption of the Mueller law, for Inaugurating municipal ownership of the traction lines. If elected, I xvlll x'oto against any extension of gmntH to the present trac tion companies except on n rex'ocablo license basts, If elected, I xvlll work and veto for submission to tho electors of n propo sition for municipal ownership of tho street rallxvays, folloxving tho adoption of municipal ownership. 1 shall xvork to have the different departments of tho city gox'oruiuont have a -strictly business like system of accounting and auditing uud to have records kept of all the xvork of each department for public Inspection. If electrsl I will spend tlio requisite time in looking after tlio business of the xvard and xvlll establish tin olllco In the north end of tlio xvard, xvliere DR. F. E. Republican Candidate for jHwBttH GEORGE K. SOHMIDT, The Popular Alderman of the Twenty-Fourth Ward, Who Will Be Re-elected. 1 can he found at least twice a week. 1 place this platform before my con stituents nud tho people of Chicago nud pledge myself 1o xvork and to vote hi committee and on the floor of the council to earry out these princi ples. Peter Ilelnberg, the Democratic nom lneo for nldernum of tho Txventy-slxth Ward, Is 0110 of tho very best men brought out for tho City Council this spring. Ho Is a business man of abil ity nnd n citizen who Is honored by nil xvho kuoxv him. Mr. Relnbcrg Is 40 years of ago nnd was born In Chi cago. Ho hns lived In tho Txventy slxth Wnrd nil of bis life and he never ran for or held nny office. The nomi nation for alderman came to him en tirely unsolicited. Mr. Ilelnberg start ed In business as a wholcsalo florist txventy-four years ago, and noxx hns the largest plant In the United States. Ho Is a member of tho Knights of Co lumbus and Foresters and xvlll make mi Ideal alderman. Ills election Is con ceded by everyone acquainted xvlth tho situation In his xvard. Lntigc Brothers, 140 Dearborn street, supply tho very best line of goods lu gentlemen's shoes. Tho material is ex cellent nud tho prlco charged retiKon able. Tho Steuben County WIno Company dispenses excellent goods at Its bend quarters, 210 nnd 212 Fast Madison street. Its ever Increasing patronage Ih tho best testimonial to tho value of Its high grado wines and liquors. Mr. Paul Pohl, the leading welss beer brexver of tho United Stutes, Is one of the most popular citizens of Chicago. He Is affable In his manners, square in his dealings nnd punctual in bis nppolntmentn. He hns repeatedly declined political honors, being content with his rapidly growing business. The Itepubllenns should nominate Alfred K. Hair for Judge. It Is now nnnounced on xvhat seems to bo good nuthorlty that during tho coming year, at least, tho Illinois and Michigan cannl, so fnr from being Im mediately closed, xvlll bo tned for busi ness mid trntllc purposes. An Interest ing piece of news in this connection is that a btrongly financed syndicate has beeu formed for tho purpose of con ducting n series of excursions over tho canal from Chicago to tho World's Fair nt St. Louis. This xvould, needless to sny, bo par ticularly Interesting lu vlexv of tho his toric associations xvhlch connect bcencs Mloug the old cunnl xvlth the history of the Louisiana I'urchauo In commemo GUNTHER, Alderman of the Fifth Ward. ration of xvhlch tho great exposition ut St. Louis Is to be held. The First Nntlonnl Hank of Peoria Is one of the largest stockholders In the enterprise, and Mr. Vernon C. Senver, the President mid Ceneral Manager, Is xvcll knoxvn for n number of yenrs ns n prosperous business man lu Chicago, and has had considerable experience nud success in expositions nud amusements of considerable mag nltude, mid solicits inquiry by Intend lug Investors from nny reputable busi ness party In Chicago to substantiate his standing ns to reliability mid in tegrlty. Mr. James F. nyth, tho Vice Presi dent mid Amusement Manager, has been associated xvlth some of the larg est enterprises In tho xvorld, having made a llfo study of amusements In all branches, nnd hns only returned re eently from n tour through Kuropo from England to Russia, South Africa and Australia, galntug kuoxvledge and Ideas lu adopting the best points lu the United States. Tho properties oxvncd, controlled nud on xvhlch tho compitny have an option havo been ' incorporated in capital stock of foOO.OOO, par value $1 each, full paid and non-assessable, pluced upon tho market in limited amounts for sale with n vlexv to develop and create interest in tho various enter prises mentioned. Thero is no time like the present for such an Investment, con slderlug the thousands upon thousands of visitors from nil parts of tho xvirld bent on seeing tho St. Louis World's Fair. Tho names of tho gentlemen xvho comprlso tho otllcers of tho company mid tho bank references tiro a guaranty that tlio money received from tlio sale of stock xvlll be Judiciously expended lu tho development xvork; and xvhat ever Is dono for tho ndviuitngo of the company inures to tho advantage of each stockholder in proportion to his holdings. Tho Transcontinental Amusement Company is tho tltlo of tho concern xvhlch proposes to link 0110 of tho tin est amusement institutions of tho St. Louis Imposition with tho amusement seekers of Chicago through the medi um of tho fiuial and n set of lino ex cursion steamboats. Tho veuturo Is not n new ono xvlth thoso Interested In this enterprise, as tlio "Al Fresco" Iicach,, Ideal summer resort at Peoria, III., maintained and handled by tho same company, has a national reputation for perfect service, mid us nn ideal rest resort. Tho "A! Fresco" Iloef Gnrden xvlll bo ono of tho chief attractions for those seeking rest nnd recreation during the strenuous days of tho St. Louis Ex pcmltlon. Vaudeville, music, mnzes, Klioot-the-Chutes, dancing, bathing, boating nnd other numerous attractions xvlll bo features. Tho location has been secured and Is in closo proximity to tho fair grounds. Your Wife Your Mother v or Your Sister Would be ao pleased 'to have a WHIILKR A WIL SON "D9" Family Sew ing Machine. --4 W. W.TutwIler, Prcs't. B. J. T. Moycr, Sec'y Union School Manufacturer, Publishers . . . and Dealers In . . . SCHOOL SUPPLIES, 21 1 -3 IS East Madison Street CHICAGO Leading Members of the Bar Ward B. Sawyer Attorney at Law Master in Chancery Superior Court Fi rst National Bank Bldg. TtiLOlHlONE CENTRAL 876 Telephone Main 4053 EDWARD B. ESHER ATTORNEY.AT.LAW 503 to 506 Oxford Building 84 La Sail St., - Chicago ALFRED E.BARR Attorneyat-Law W6-9I9 Caluaet Bulldiaf No. 189 La Salle Street CHICAOO, ILL. Ttltphona Csntral 3223 Loans on Real Estate at Lowest Kate of Interest. ISIDORE H. HIMES. Master in Chancery of the Superior Court. 1116 AshlaM Iscfc, CHICAGO, ILLIN0I8. TCLBPHONK MAIN 1M. Tlio trip from Chlcn-e will lc con ducted by this comimny on the only Htcumbonta running from Chicago to Kt. Louis. Theso are tlrst-vlnsB vih hoIh, luxuriously Jttted. 801110 of tlio het known business men of l'corlu, iih well tig of Chlcngo, are deeply In terested lu tho enterprise. Tho stock can bo purchased now at 60 cents on tho dollar, which Mill It only for a short time. Tho stock Is fully paid nnd non-nsscssnble. Of tho many things which iciulors of tho unwxpapcrs havo to bo thankful for, 0110 Is that tho chief point of In terest In tho IliiHAlai-.lapaiicHo war Ik l'mt Arthur, and not ltiit.Uolftcsl vltchzld. Kxperlnientrt to prove that a person can live on 111 cents a day seem wholly supertluoiiH, as nobody wlshex to llvo on that amount, l'lesldent Smith and msvpii of his apostles aro said to havo thlrty-thrco wlveri. Just think of tho Ulster bon net bills! Japan claims to havo all tho money sho wants, Mr. Rockefeller will bu likely to consider tlio Japs weak minded. If tho negro Is capable of prouilng by all tho advlco ho Is receiving now adays ho will surpass all people lu all tho virtues In short order. Pattl Is now convinced that sho played her farewell engagement sev eral years ago. Give her the means to make home comforttbl itid cheerful. It li your duty to lighten her burden. You will be well repild for the ntnnll outlay. If the hij a uewIng machine now that runs hard, breaks-thread and needle and la continually letting out of order, ex change It for one that nerer falls to ".. yV d.aeldom needs repaln. Our "B-6" nxchlne la new. It Is Tight. It la strong. It haa no shuttle, no fi ltrating motion to disturb the adluit nnt. It Is high grade, high speed ma el; pe, constructed on the Wheeler ft Wilson notary Hook 1'rlnclf.le, made of the very finest and best nmterlala by eipert mechanics. Before leaving our factor? It la closely Inspected nf sub mitted to the severest tests to piore Its quality nnd assure the purchasers of full value for ererr cent of tliclr money. The "D" will save ymi time and money. It wMI tin more work and better work for yon and do It easier, quicker and more conveniently limn nny other sewlnc machine. It Is the only scwlne machine liutltip nil nttnclinicuts made entirely of steel. We mmner nil ques tions. WHEELER & WILSON MFC. CO. 72-74 Wabash Ave., CIIICAfJO PHONB 024 CENTRAL, C. C. Mtrgutrat, Treat. Furnishing Go. BOOKS AND FURNITURE ii EDWIN A. and OSCAR D. OLSON Lawyers SUITE 742.753 National Life Bldg. 159 LA SALLE STREET I TELEPHONES J "ir"1 ffjj CHICAOO KNT&BWET LAWYERS The Rookery. Chicago A4aMA.O4Hfc WMaa A.VhMaatt Raft R. Braetey HARRISON I7l. John F. O'flhiofhnaaay. FTancla O'Sbaut haaaajr. O'Shaughnessy AND O'Shaughnessy ATTORNEYS AT LAW Mil lies AtMMi Mack cKSffiH CHICAOO THOMAS D. KNIGHT Attorney at Law Room 910, 100 Washington St. Telephone 434 Central Automatic 4432 W. KNOX HAYNES Counsellor at Law ;020Adarai Express Bldf., Chicago 189 DEARBORN STREET TELIPHONC, OINTRAL 2038 Taltphoiw, Wtat Pullman 681 RlldcncaTlphont, Wcat Pullman 200J TaUphont, Stat BIS CHAS. WESLEY NOVAK Counsellor at Law Offices, 885 126th Street, West Pullmaa Suite 407, 100 Washington St. CHICAOO 8IDNEY ADLER Attorney at Law 003 Chamber of Commaro Talc-phon Main 2318 GOODRICH y l'A J. itelljv atVjXn