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iWf, ' THE CHICAGO EI-A-GE! i-nrmit lv tliU Uviiirtiui'iit finm flu IIUlltltfllHtUC llllll llMMMIUMIt uf tin -yti,iii for lili-ti It 1 o Imilly luavlul Mi'iiiitlini tin ilmrciw iffi'ited to tliotiltl In thoruti'.'lily liivitlptti(l. various lending crops of the country have all moved westward. The Mis sissippi Valley Is now the center of the nation's wealth. Lightens Woman's Work You can save her time and worry by buying her a world-famed . v'ncle Sam must be something of u filmier when the statistics show that the railroads received more than .f 103, WKMJtiO for simply moving his 1001 crop. Hun. Mlli" .1. liorliii iimili n lliii timiil a- rity Attorney. Hi l fit Mirtil by It'iutliii: lviiiiM-ntlii fur tlio 1'iirly uoiiiiiuitUiti for tlntt oilUi next Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machine .'lirliic. A Pennsylvania man has applied to the court for a guardian to protect him from guileful women. Why doesn't he marry one with a project ing chlu? only tin tiitiiui of tin water liiptuf orilliiiiiiri N ni'i'ili'il to till or. to li" iiion I'Mii-t onipty tin I'lin of tlio Olilonco tn.iiiyi'r. 1 I)"' l BBM I .1011X 0. PiyiV.KU HOei nil tlit Attributes which nicu ndiulrt ntiil which liolil their tiiict nml frlotulslilp. ills tirci'erlty In bultus Is tiuii.iiril onl by his wlile sprenil lioimlnrlty. HON. CHAUIUS !'. luwrnnu run count liW iHrptMtl frlciuto by the liunilrcil. n fnct due to his ninny esti mable chnrnctcrHtlcs ami his uuvhang lim. even, tontpprnniont. HON. PUJ'KK ItlUN'Uimo 1 deservedly popular, being uniformly courteous nml ohllfzln to his fellow citizens ntul nlwnys a stickler for pro bity nml principle. ononis i: it. swift Is n man of well bntnnced mind, Bound Judgment, honorable In his busi ness methods ami fearless In the per formance of duty. 1XSP12OTOK NICHOLAS 1IVNT believes In the golden rule mid prac tices It. This Is the secret of his per Mnnl popularity and success hi life. "WILLIAM McOOY Is liked most by Uiose who know him best. All who have had business re lations with him are united hi bearing testimony to this fact. HON. WILLIAM F. MAHOXY never does things by halves. Ho Is thorough In the fulfillment of all obli gations, and therefore has the respect of the entire community. AXDKHW .1. KYAX 19 n capable man of affairs, honorable in his dealings, mid assiduous hi at tention to his prosperous business. HON. WILLIAM C. Krr.STHU Is n public-spirited citizen who Is ns lopular as ho Is prosperous lu his business pursuits. ALIUCRT X UOSUXr.GK deserves in nn eminent degree that large share of popularity and public confidence which Is undeniably his. OIIAKLKS O. UUHYKR never falters when once Ills mind is made up as to the right mid the wrong of a question. lie Is always on the right side, regardless of all other con siderations or consequences. FItHD L. W1LK steadfast and reliable, is one of those men whoso word Is as good as bis bond. Ills many friends arc a unit in testifying to these good qualities of his. 1 C. 1LVLKY has proven by his successful career that brains, experience mid integrity form nn Irresistible, combination lu any Hue of business. A. W. SCHWAXR commands the oontldeuco of the en tiro business community, being con scientious, assiduous and painstaking in all his transactions. HON. H. A. 13CICIIAKT is as good and truo n cltizon as over called Chicago his home. Every duty of citizenship has always been faith fully discharged by him, IIOX. FltKirM. BLOUNT is. progressive, enterprising and indus trious. Such men are always sura to make a success In life. THOMAS A. SMYTH has n high conception of tlio duties of citizenship and lives up to it. Ho is a man whom to know is to respect. IIOX. FHUD W. 1'PII.VM is a citizen of excellent standing and faultless record. WILLIAM lUmK THOMPSON In nil walks of llfo lias been stead fast to tho old adage, and proved its truth: "Honesty Is the best policy." JOHN F. O'.M.iLLHY lias no superior In his line of business. He is one of Chicago's best citizens. HON. ZINA It. CAIITI1K belongs to that class of citizens which has over contributed most to the wel fare and upbuilding of Chicago. ALKXANDIJIt H. UKVHLL has ever boon fnlthfu! to friends and loyal to principle, a fact which ac counts for his groat popularity and tho host of friends who swear by him. JUSTIOR JOHN WOHAItDSON hns by safe, conservative, and honor iiblo methods built up a large, pros perous and lucrative business, nml one which all who know him agree ho is eminently deserving of. WA11I) It. SAWYKIt has well earned the good will of the community which lie enjoys to such a large extent. Vr. Brooks faultless tooth powder n tlio best preservative and bcautlilor f the teeth yet found. The Able and HON. .10I1N .1. HAXItKltG has hosts of friends who admire him for Ids many merits mid good quali ties. JOHN A. OAltltOLL never failed to live up to his word and can nlwnys bo rolled upon to do tho right In every wnlk of life. LAWIHLNCM W. FHItGI'SON hns earned by nn honest, upright llfo, the good will nnd respect of tho en tire community. .10IIX P. M'OOOltTY Is noted for his excellent business abilities nnd his faithful adherence to high Ideals of duty. JAiMKS A. HOOAN hns tho deserved reputation of being one of tho most capable and reliable men of affairs in Chicago. JUDGE KLUltlDGK HANIJOY brings trained Intelligence, native abil ity mid sturdy integrity to bear lu nil his relations with his fellow citizens and in tho discharge of all his duties. KIOKHAM SCANLAX stands well In the community ns an uptight and public-spirited citizen. Ills success in llfo is duo to his ster ling qualities of head and heart. ALBKUT Git AFP knows how to make friends and to re tain them. He is n man for whom all who know him have tho highest re spect. ALDF.UMAX OUAULKS WHItNO Is second to nono and equaled by few in ids lino of business. This fact is shown by the great and ever Increas ing fuvor with which ho is rcgurded by tho general public. OLIVKIt 11. HOIITON never makes a promise that he docs not intend to fiililll, nor undertakes nny enterprise that be does not feci tho will and tho power to thoroughly carry into effect JOHN J. KING enjoys tho esteem nnd respect of nil who ndmlro tho highest qualities of good citizenship, which in him are fully exemplified. KLIIUIDGl-J ILVXKCY never neglected nn opportunity to do good for his fellow citizen, mid in tho course of his career has mado thou sands of loyal friends. LKO KIINST belongs to that class of citizens who never know failure, nor allow any ob stacles to deter them In a worthy en terprise once undertaken. VIltGIL M. IlltAXD has the experience nnd tho nblllty to mnkc u success of all his undertak ings. JOHN K. OWIJNS Manas high lu the business communi ty. CYltIL It. .l.V.NDPS possesses a record ns n citizen nnd a business mnu without blemish or flaw. TOM X. DOXXKI.LY lias good renson to be proud of his rec ord ns n lending business man nnd a useful citizen, JOHX T. CONXnitY Is n useful citizen' faithful to duty and deserving of tlio good will of all. IIOX. FitlJI) I). COYNH Is n man in whoso career Integrity and nblllty go hand In baud. 'VKi'rH'lH aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa'RBBaaaaaammBaK & IwiimHHD alaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaamVwMBaBamVaaaaaaaall r4"'?i5iiBmMaammwamwaaar yamTaanaaaamTmTasBMHBar EDWARD F. DUNNE, Upright Jurist, Who Declines to Run AXDULW .1. GltAIIAM has no superior in his line of busi ness. MILKS Ki:iioi: never forgets n friend or n promise nnd Is among the most popular citi zens of Chicago. IIOX. JAMI2S II. KCKKLS is n typical Chlcagoan, energetic, plucky, mid Invariably successful In every walk of life. Actions speak louder than words, but they do not speak as often. The Russian navy would be n Joke If It didn't happen to bo such a mil mi nee. Another distressing rent tire Is thnt the Standard Oil Company has no use whatever for the advertising. Air ships get bigger, but It Is not clear whether the increase of slzo will make them lly longer or fall harder. Itlch Americans residing hi England have begun to marry their wealthy countrywomen who live over there. Nobody seems to know why. A Now York girl has been driven In put i by the pictures on the billboards. The wonder Is that so many other poo plu have escaped a similar fate, The day may come when men will, simply out of consideration for their sous, decline to bo great. A girl can never again feel Just the samo toward a man who drops lu after she has been eating onions. People Mho think this world Isn't good enough for them are not likely to be very well satisfied with tho noxt. This new kissing dlsenso will not scare any young man who has plenty of wind lu his craw craw. Pointed shoes are coming back Into style. This will enable tho corn doc tors to quit viewing with alarm and again point with pride. It Is easier for a woman to mix the Ingredients of a cake than It is for hor husband not to mix the Instructions she gives him, It Is now pioposcd to establish train ing schools for chauffeurs. It would be more sensible to start training schools for pedestrians. It Is Dr. (inns. inliis who remarks that the day of the boy orator has gone. But there Is nothing in this statement to arouse any deep regret. It Jb up to Grover Cleveland to evolve something as a companion piece to Mr. Hay's "fortuitous concourso of unrelated prejudices." A lawyer's feo Is duo to tho other chap's Ignorance of tho law, The suggestion that tho State should give mothers pensions for each child ought to be submitted to a referendum right away. One reason why thu people of tho United States mo aiitl-Itusslau Is be cause the grip comes from that coun try. 'tllilllitntnn f,i.,.,,f.,li,o. II lei n..n..t ed to bo spreading In army circles. uwing to peculiar eiiects upon thorn Dr. Brooks' faultless tooth powder Is the best preservative of the teeth yet fouud. , for Mayor. of the climate of the Philippines, sol diers who marry Filipino women for get all about It when they return to this country. The government nt Washington thinks, however, that It knows of a euie. The Standard Oil Company positive ly denies that It Is running America, and a large majority of tho people hope Its denial Is based on facts. Daniel Webster once said: "Wher ever there Is work for tho hands there Is work for tho teeth." Daniel was piobably reaching for the dentist vote at the time. A resident of Division street, New York, Is said to mako a business of llttlng men to become beggars. What's the matter with Wall street? In point of moral deformity there Is not much 'difference between the man who makes Iron life preservers and the man who makes Impure vac cine points. A crying need of tho Russian navy Is olllcers who think with their head pieces. If you want to Hatter a man tell him ho Is working too hard. Steam vessel Inspectors are to test a new metal llfo preserver, the metal, however, not being Iron bars concealed hi compressed cork. "Do nngels eat?" asks the Cincinnati Kiiqulrer. If tho editor Is lu doubt, let him Invite one of them to an after-the-theater supper. The only peoplo who are ever fooled by hair dye are tho ones who use it. This teaches us tho difference between hair dye ami piety. France will not approvo of automo bile racing until it can bo mado as harmless as dueling. By the looks of tho court dockets this must be tho open season for di vorces. .Somebody has Invented an umbrella that can be folded up and put Into the pocket. If It proves to bo practical the rain may have to quit falling alike upon tho heads of the Just and the un just. A good many peoplo who think themselves wlso jeer at tho persons who turn their fortunes over to Dowle, Then they go and try to break the stock market when a llttlu boom Is maiiulactiired. Why should raliibow-chaslng bo so frowned on It lllls tho hearts of the chasers with a Joy keen enough while It lasts and It doesn't fade the colors on thu rainbow hi the least. George Demotowekowles mid Mary Geaiiakepepoulous gut a mariiago li cense lu C'lilcngo tlio other day. Kvl duutly thu lady married for love alone. Algernon Snrtoris, grandson of Gen eral Grant, ridicules tlio establishment of thu Jury system in tho Philippines, wheru ho says tho lower natives aro too easily corrupted. So? Noticed something of tho samo sort here. A woman seldom loves her husband enough to refuse to work him for tho bcnellt of bur relations. Tho study of tho westward move ment of tho geographical centers of American activity is highly interest ing. Thu movement has been steady and natural. Tlio centers of popula tion, of mauiifacturcs, of farm values and areas of tho productivity of tho Nikola Tesla has emitted the state ment that the New York subway It nothing but an elevated road stuck Into a hole In the ground. What is he going to do about It? A man of tliu name of Letters has been appointed postmaster at Putnam, Conn. It Is only fair to suppose that he will thiil lll'o to bo nne continuous Joke during his term of olllce. As If the eye were ifot a weapon with which every young woman Is al ready expert, certain rules for an eye drill hae recently been promulgated. It seems that the beauty of a woman's orlis lies not no much In their shape and color as In thu way hIicj uses them. Ilenco a long list of directions for ro tating them so that the muscles may be best trained. Ainu never knows when he Is safe. The comparative rate of deaths and accidents on British and American railways Is startling. On British rail ways only one passenger lu something less than 'JUO.OtXMMO Is killed, while on American railways the fatal casualty is one lu less than IMHmi.imjo. One lu less than Hhmhmj passengers Is Injured on American railways to one lu more than l.tKX'.ooo on British. An eminent railroad president explains this by say ing that "under certain conditions the human brain refuses to work." And we seem to have the conditions. John D. Rockefeller, Jr., exhorted on the parable of the leaven before his ltlble class, ami said: "There Is noth ing lu the dough Itself to make It light and wholesome. The dough Itself Is harmful If taken Internally." When It comes to talking about "dough", young Rockefeller speaks with author ity, fur he should have inherited siilll- dent Information on the subject to en title him to the entire bakery. Woman was woman "000 II. C. Ar thur Lviins, the Oxford archaeologist, has fouud lu Crete a subterranean sanctuary containing the statue of a goddess. The goddess has on corsets exactly like those of modern date, and now the splendid physique of Greek women has to be explained on a whol ly new theory. What Is doubtless tho lnrgest meteo rite "In captivity" Is now on exhibition lu tho Museum of Natural History In New York. It weighs about fifty tons. Commander Peary found It lu the arc tie regions and brought It south a few years ago. Until recently It was stored lu the Brooklyn Navy Yurd. Since alighting on the earth after Its wild career through the heavens It has become completely domesticated, and no guard Is required nor Is an Iron cage needed to keep It from breaking loose. According to oiuclal Japanese re ports, one regiment which went Into one of thu most desporato assaults upon the defenses of Port Arthur with mora than '',"0O effective men , lost '-V'oo. Only six otllcurs nml 'oo men came back from ouo of tho most terri ble struggles lu the history of war. Such lighting as this Is disheartening to the most stubborn antagonists which any army can encounter. It reveals a willingness literally to eon qtter or die, which is appalling to olll cers commanding opposing forces. Bully for Colorado Springs! It made three tourists from Nebraska come back mid obliterate their names from rocks lu tho Garden of tho Gods under threat of worse punishment. It has a big stick after the advertisers, also, who defaco scenery by their signs. The news Is enough to iiiaku luvers of beauty want to emigrate to the charm lug city at thu foot of Pike's Peak. Divorce is ouo of tho whlto man's ttlcks the Indian has been slow to learn, for the first application by chil dren of the forest for legal separation of man and wlfu has recently been inailo to tho United States district court at Yliiita, Tho woman hi tho case seems to have advanced rapidly lu tin ways of civilization, however, for no sooner was the decreu granted than kIik married a waiting swain, 'fhe simple days of thu noble red man mid his squaws havu genu forever, then. From a Kansas paper wo learn that thu girls of that Statu havu a now way of entertaining. They glvo "slum ber parties." At theso the girls stay up most of tho night mid then stay hi bed tho noxt morning until they aro sure that their mothers hnvo thu breakfast dishes washed. Come to think of it, there's nothing t'o very now lu that, except tho name. Already tho Now York subway Is being dlstlgiH-cd with unsightly adver tisements. Somo people will think it a pity when they get to heaven If they over do thnt they enn't lino tho streets of tho Now Jerusalem with billboards. Tho Baldwin flying machlno lighted in a tree. Tho only Kcnultio and orig inal flying machines also light in trees. Small men do not gain great truths nnd great men do not retain them. Dr. Brooks' faultless tooth powdor Is the best preservative and beautlfler of the teeth yet found. dilrfiU asS? The Itotnrr Honk In one of tho fllMlnetlve features thnt hnvo mode thu Wheeler it Wilson the Hunt lieifeit lurking sewing innehlne In the world. Is operated on frli-tlotileas Imll lienrliiKS nml Its skillful mlJuMtnent enables It to ., stitch more perfectly nml fully one-third faster thnn other sewing inndiliifH,. .' Over two million now In use. Wheeler & Wilson Manufacturing Co., - Chicago. W.W.TutwIler.Pres't. Union School Manufacturers, Publishers . . . and Dealers In . . . 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