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rfnuwiYi - 'tiVi fr llV''M r'CtTWr't-'iC W '"jf'iMWt '!' iHt.'ni. - 4rV- -V1 '- THE OHIOAOO EAGLE, TUBERCULOSIS AND CANCER IN CHICAGO BEEF! CITY HAL ITEMS. News of Municipal Administration Given Briefly and. to the Point for Eagle Readers. BEEF TRUST It Floods Chicago with Lumpy Cattle and the Authorities Do Nothing. Jaw at n SP" F" &. c B 1 1 n PI V " MM jtL jL n & ynLLilr UMfol Information, Interesting Faots and Ptrwnal OoMip Tenely Told by One who Knows. NEW BUGGIES FOB FIREMEN. Bids for Ave new buggies to be used lu.tho flro department were received by' Chief Hornn Tuesday. The clilef uskod tlie city council for nn npproprln tlon for buggies, declaring that tlm ones used by the battalion chiefs were bo coming unserviceable. Tlio appropria tion was granted nud bids wore at once advertised. ELIDIBLE LISTS ABE MERGED. Tlio consolidation of tlm eligible Hutu for detective, desk and patrol kit gcantH in tlm pollcu department, which wns advised n year ago by Chief of I'ollcc Collins, was enforced on Wed nesday by tlio civil vcrvlco commis sioners. The merging of these eligible lists enables the chief to select those ho deems best fitted for tlio different branches ef duty. t PETER n. OhSEN. It a man who takes prldw in Chicago Md of whom Chicago is proud. HON. JAMES II. ECKELS ha well earned the good will of tht community which be enjoys to tuck a large extent A. W. MILLER baa the esteem and good will of all who know him and who are acquaint ea with his many good qualities. HARRY RUBENS to a typical Gblcagoan, energetic, frfacky, and Invariably succesafal la vary walk of Ufa. JOHN F. CLARE la a typical citizen of Chicago, pro gressive and energetic, be la deserved ly successful in all his undertakings. JUDGE THEODORE BRUNTANO Is a competent una uiorougb man of affairs. Whatever ho docs ho doee well and tlioroughty. A. 8. H1BBARD is a man of good uttaiuniouu and ex cellent qualities, and therefore popa lar aa well aa successful. CYRIL B. JANDUfl honest upright and true-hearted, ha takes friends and wins the esteem of all who become acquainted with him. CLARENCE 8. DAHMOW Is liked by all who are acquainted with bla uiuny excellent traits of char acter. JAMBS J. OB AY. a aaaa of keen discernment; prompt t action, and persistent aa well aa honorable la method; is invariably too eassfaL EDWARD TILDBN holds a foremost place In the front ranka of the best cltlxeus In this com munlty. HENRY SHERMAN BOUTELL bns a flawless record us a citiieu and a typical Chlcagoan. JUSTICE Q. J. OHOTT U n man whoui to mww is to respect and honor. john p. iiopivrs haa the highest Ideals or honorable eitluasblp and la true to them. There la ao awn In Chicago who stands high er la public esteem LEO ERNST combines good Judgment with sound ability in the management of affaire. F. EMIL GASOn is a man of sound Judgment. He baa the knack of easily making warm friends, ami having mado a friend, retaining his friendship. FRANK O. LOW1M1N baa high Ideals and a good conception of the needs of the public. JAMBS A. HOG.'! stands well fat the community aa aa aprlght and public-spirited cltiaen. Hla success In llfo la due to hla stor Ung qualities of head and heart ERNEST UUMMHL. a man of trim wouli ami sterling in tegrity, Is Juntly icgurdcd oh oue of Chicago's vulutiil eltieiis. WILLIAM II. LYMAN to Model ettUea and aaa at when Okteafo to lastly proud. JOHN B. OWENS lir liked by everybody, hla porvr!y betog due to hla genial and area ia paraneat and hla honorable aa ap ttojit ataMftoa, GARBAGE PLANT IS OPEN. Ten loads of garbage, the first under the new contract, were delivered to the new crematory at floth street and the river on Monday under orders from Superintendent Dohcrty. According to the provisions of tho contract the do Htructlon of tho garbage should have begun on November 1, but Mcsrsv Bate, Unit and Christian, owner of the plant, appeared beforo Mr. Dohcrty on Friday ami asked that the llrst de livery be postponed until November C. ROY O. WEST possesses In an eminent degree those merits uud qualities which go to make up the true Chlcagoan. lie is beat liked by thoso who know him best MARTIN KMERICH has proven by his successful career that brains, expenenco and Integrity form an Irresistible combination in any line of business. JOSEPH A. O'DONNltl.L. baa an enviable record for absolute honesty In all his buslneia relations, active support and sympathy for all movements for the botterment of the city and his fellow-men and for all the qualities that go to make up tka Ideal citizen. JUSTICE THEODORE C. MAYER Iiuh always been renuy to devote to the wclfaro of tlm community that husltics ability and lnduittry which ha contributed so much to bis personal success. ANDREW J. GRAHAM a capable man, combining energy with Intelligence, ho is Justly regarded and respected as a valuuble member of the community. JUDGE M. W. PINOKNBI irf one of tho men who would repre sent tho pooplo well anywhere. ADAM ORTSEIFEN In alt walks of Ufa baa been stead fast to the old adage, and proved Ha troth: Honesty Is the beat policy." WILLIAM LORIMER makes frlouds and holds them by fair and honorable business metliods and square dealing with his fellow-cltlaens. B. M. WIBD1NGKR aver asafcea a promts that ba doee not intend to fulfill, nor nndertakea any enterprise that ba does not feel the will aira the power to thoroughly carry Into effect FRED L. W1LK has a high conception of tue dutlea of good eltlzonshlp uud has always lived up to them. JOHN M'GILLAN bus nhvnys boon known nn a man of bis word. PHILIP R. BRAND in liked by all who know him and re peeled by all with whom he cornea In coutact. JOSEPH THEURER possess all the attrihuws which mea admire and which hold their respect and friendship. Hla prosperity In business la measured only by hla wide spread popularity. john a norm Is a man of many merits, a good citi zen, and a general favorite. JUSTICE HENRY lUiTH has won rho high reputation which he enjoys by hard work und honorable methods. mTpTbybnb Is n man of sterling qualities of head .md heart; successful In al bis un dertakings. JUSTICE JOHN RICHARDSON deserves nil tho success which has dis tinguished his career, JUSTICE JAMBS M. DOYLE ta a man ot sound Judgment streugth of purpnso and great activity. He baa uover failed In tho performance of bis duties in life or tho accomplishment of hla undertakings. ROGER 0. SULLIVAN Is deserving of tho confidence and good will of the community. GBORGB B. SWIFT stands well in the estimation af nla fellow cltiaeoa aa a man whoaa word once given to never broken, aad who haa never been kaown to m a ffiead or ta aeaart a irlaatoli. HON. FRED E. COVNE never neglected an opportunity to do good for Ms fellow clthten, and in the course of hla career baa made thou sands of loyal friends. UEORUE W. PAULI.IN haa earned the high regard of bis fel low citizens as a man loyal to friends and faithful to principle. HARRY HILDRUril Is one of Chicago', most- unetul and re spected cltlzuus. GEORGE II. LILL believes In the golden rule aud proe tlcce It Thla Is the secret of his per sonal popularity and success In life. E. R. BLISS to respected and honored ay all to wheal ka to known. GEORGE A. BLETT.NER has few eaaU und no nupuriorH as a man of sturdy Integrity uud uutlagglug energy. HON. FRED W. UP1IAM Is n man who Invariably wins and re tains tho coutldenco and liking of ull who have dealings with him. CHARLES iM'GAVIX haa by honorable, conservative and ap rlght Methods earned a high place In tka bwtneaa world and In the esteem aad gaod will of the entire community. JOHN P. M'OOORTY Is modest and nnnsaumlug, but tho peo ple appreciate blm Jnat tho same. TOM N. DONNELLY possesses all of tnono olld aud estima ble qualities which make the most use ful citlsen. KICKHAM SCANLAN la one who makes fulr play bis motto and baa won by It. J08EPn MBDILL PATTEuKON steadfast and reliable, is one of those men whom word is as good aa bia ooud. His many frtenda are a unit in testifying to these good qualities of ADAMS A. GOODRICH la deservedly popular and couuts hla friends by tho hundred, no Is liked by everybody who bas tho pleasure of bia acquaintance. GEORGE GILLETTE has made thoiough peilvrmance of duty, fulllllmeiit of all agreements with his fellow men In the spirit uud the letter ami exact Justice In all things the guiding "rlnclplos of bis successful career, ALDERMAN CHARLES WHUNO to among our most useful citlsena, and baa the good will of everybody. SENATOR A. O. OLA OK. has gained success by force at charac ter, Industry, Integrity and ability. ARBA N. WATERMAN besides being a uiodol cltizeu takes a good man's part in every movement for the benefit of tho city. JUSTICE JAMES a DCXM.EY. enjoys tka esteem aad respect ef all who admire the highest qaaktiaa ef good dtiaenabip, which ia aim are fally asetspltfled. JAMM ATsAOkLMY. . to known to all wba bava the pleasure of hla acquaintance aa a nsan thor oaghly reliable and always sassy to fett ASS) SASBjL CHRISTOPHER STRASSHEIM, Tho Next 8hcrlff of Cook County. U. S. SENATOR A. .1. HOPKINS n man of ninny excellent qualities, t brainy, reliable and nlwaya steadfast to friends and to the lino of duty. I'RED A. BUSSE Is s vpnMdcrate of tnt rights of oth :rs as lie la Insistent upon the main tenance of his own. This Is one of the reasons of his great popularity. CHARLES J. VOPICKA belonge to that claim of citizen which haa ever contributed moot to the wel fare and apbullding of Chicago. JOHN J. HHALV to enterprising and progrmlve, aa well aa capable nud careful In the con duct of all affairs entrusted to blm. hence hla invariable success. HON. ZINA It. CARTER sever forgets a friend or a promlae and la among the most popular crO sen of Chicago. JAMES UKDDIOK brings trained Intelligence, native abil ity uud sturdy Integrity to bear In nil his relations with his fellow citizens and In the discharge of nl' hla duties. JOHN M. BMYTM. haa built up a reputation la tali city of which any man might well feel proud. ALBERT N. ROSHNEGK haa always put truth. Honor and Jus tice before expediency; hence the es teem with wlitch lie is looked upon by all who know him. ADOLF BERGMAX can cow hto personal frfeaaa by the hundred, a fact due to nla maar eett mable characteristics and hla unchang ing, even, temperament. .T.J. GEKAGirr la the kind of cltlv.eri who constitutes the real backbone of this city. JAMES PEASE la deservedly popului, being uniformly courteous and obliging to hla fallow citlsena and always a stickler for pro bity and principle. ABEL DAVIS haa a nigh conception of the duties of cttlsanablp and lives up to it He la a man whoaa to know Is to respect ALBERT II. PUTNWY Is a man whose well-b-iown ability siid public spirit places him in the front runlet of our most usoful citi cons. PETER FOltTUNfl Is a man of untarnished reputation and of commaiuUug ability In the conduct of his affairs, JaVpTaX CHARLES M. FOELL active, energetic, enterprising and pub-llc-epirlted, has mndo a success of all his undertakings, and U ranked by common consent among our very beat citizens. SAMUEL J. 8HAEFFER to a public-spirited cltJzon wuo Is as popular as he h pro troaa fa his business pursuits. .JOHN H. JONES baa (be experience aad tka aaaaiy to make a saccess of all kit aadertak- lags. CHARLES H. PRBSTaW baa a One record for probity and strictly kaeee methods. Ha bas macs mmself respected la every walk la Xfs wktoh ka aaa assa V w M fM "J H I 7 f EDWARD II. PDTKR8 holds an honored place uiuong those who by his ability, Industry and sound Judgmout contribute to the growth and apbullding of Chicago. ALEXANDER 11. REVELL baa a spotless reputation a a first clasa citizen, and a capable and honorable man of affairs. CILMtLEM 11. CALLABa,N. a cltlun whose recoru It one to be proud of, Is a man whose friends are myriad uud whose name command re spect everywhere. HON. JOHN J. UANNI'.RG has never been kimwn to undertake n-hnt he could not accomplish, nor fall to accomplish what he has undertaken. JOHN F. SMULPIM. commands the couddeiice ot the en tire business community, being con scientious, assiduous and painstaking In all his transactions. AUSTIN J. DOVXR Just nt'd fair In uli bts dealings, poa nsf the conildence uud good will of all who know blm. JUSTICE JOHN It. OAVERLY never does things by halves. He la thorough In the fulfillment of all obli gations, aad therefore baa the respect of the entire community. WM. A DOYLE baa hosts ot friaoda who admire him for bla maaf warita and good quail- MATT. BUNKBn has mado it a rule through life to ac cord fair play as well us to demand it in all things. Everybody who knows htm trusts us well as likes him. WILLARD M. McEWFX. has the deserved reputation of being ono of the moat capable and reliable men of affairs in Chicago. FRANK WBNTMlt. maintains that widespread popularity and respect which is only gained by a strong aa well aa on estimable per sonality. WALTER T. STANTON Is honorable and fair In all bis rela tions with bis fellow citizens, upright as bo ia capable and straightforward. ANDREW MATHISKN Is a man or the lilj-'iicst stainling in the community! upright and Just In all tho alTalrs of life and Indefatigable In the porformauco of all tlio duties thereof. MYER S. EMRICIi In all relations of lire never dovlates from those iirluelples of straightfor wardness nd integrity which have won hlir golden opinions everywhere- MILES KEnOE Is liked by everybody and counts bis mends by the hundred. THOMAS N. JAMIKON has earned by an honest upright life, the good will and roepeot of the en tire community. JUDGE ORRIN N. CARTER belongs to that clasa ot citizens who never know failure, nor allow any ob stacles to deter them in a worthy en terprise ones undertaken. JUflTIOB UA. BBBRHAKDT is pleasart and geaial of manner, obliging and faltbfal to hto promises, and tasrstetw fssjajto and raaaectedj This City the Dumping: Ground for All the Bad Cattle in the West. Does the 'Meat Inspection law pro tect the foreigner? It certainly does not protect the Chl cagoan. Chicago Is reveling In a feast of lumpy Jaw beef, tulwreulosls cattle ami tho like. The new Federnl'meat Inspection law Is In force, but, so far as Chicago Is concerned, It Is u dead letter. The United States law only applies to meat Intended for export nud for meat shipped to other State. This Is as far as the Federal author ity can co. It cannot Interfere with local condi tions. Tluo are wholly under tlio control of the leeal government and the local governnie it belleres that when the tulrctilar pnrtn of tho beef aud the lumpy Jaw or cancerous parts of the leef are cut out, that the rest of the carcass 1 good to eat. So thousands of Chlcagoans nre eat ing lumpy Jaw cattle every day, in blissful Ignorance of the awful facts and the Beef TriHt Is getting richer than ever by purveying bad food to tlio licoplc. The nioit radical legislation Is neces sary to obliterate this cll aud tho people will got It when they wake up and realize the terrible danger that constantly meunces themsolvcs uud their families under present conditions. Speaking of the suplueness of the Chicago Health Dciwrtmeut In this matter, the Chicago Tribune In u re cently printed editorial declared: "The Health Department should nt once enact and enforco the regulations which luive liecn prepared by tho De partment of Agriculture. "If thovs regulations nre necessary to Instiro the good quality of Chicago incut which Is to be eaten by English men they are equally necessary to In sure the good quality of Chicago meat which Is to bo eaten In Chicago. If foreigners nre deserving of protection the people of Chicago nre also. Thoy wll not get the same degree of pro tection unless tlio local Insiiectiou Is as good us the Federal tnstectlon. "There will bo nn attempt to work off on Chicago consumers Inferior meats CLAYTON E. CRAFTS Is honest, able and upright In all rela tions of life. JOHN O. 8PBV. Is a citizen of excellent standing and faultloss record. WILLIAM LEGNVilc through a biiy and euicMil life has t-urui'd the uhpwt and good will of the entire coiiimtiuity. EDWARD A. DICKER, is, progressive, enterprising and Indus-t.-ioim. Such -aen are always sure to make a success In life. RUDOLPH BRAND knows how to make friends and to re tain them. He Is a man for whom all who know blm bava the highest re spect THEODORE OE?'B never falters when once bis mind ia made np aa to the right and the wrong of a question. He ia always on the right side, regardless of all other con elderations or consequences. CHARLES II. WACKflR Is a capable roan of affairs, honorable In hla dealings, and assiduous in at tention to bis prosperous business. IIOSKA W. WELIiS Is u man of nclniowlcugcd ability, good Judgment ami common souse. JAMES S. HOPKINS Is a useful citizen faithful to duty and deserving of tho good will of all. JA.MES J. LYNCH has u splendid record tss good cltiaen ship, personal integrity aud Urst-clusa ability. WILLIAM II. ARTHUR is a man of brains, anility had integ rity, and Is respected by everybody who enjoys his acquaintance. JOHN V.WOLARKB la liked most by those who know him best All who have had business re lations with blm aro united in bearing testimony to this fact THOMAS F. KBELEY i la aa ssalaso targe share of popularity and paksto stafdeaee watek to aadoalably nla, JOHN T. CONNBRY to a aaaa t wall balanoed salad, aorad jadgnent honorable In kls busl aaa metbeda and fearless la tbs psr farnaaas ef aaty. which cannot be marketed ehewbr.rr Many of the smaller packers wlio hnyrj no outside trade will not inulutitin & high standard of cleanliness in their establishments unless they uro fcrrcfi to. There Is need of vigilant imiufar& Inspection to keep this city from ln coming n dumping ground for poor mm:, and to enforce sanitary rcgulntlotL tti. packing houses which are ontalite i stoiK! of Federal supervision." What an awful russ tno dally w9 papurs make ocr the lusurunco s-t-dalsl And yet not one person hi l,ix.'(n uffcctcit by them. Yet the dally tteiov papers have nothing to say again t tli& llcef Trust, which robs every i::ixt. woman nud child in the cominnnltj every day. The worklngmnu and every iiiikt man for that matter Is entitled to tnv food and pure medicine. A govenuooitr that does not protect a man nntl his family In theso partlculara tlcuorrert to bo overthrown. Tho Beef Trust tuiirC. go. The Beef Trust Is going to wtwraf the grazing business as well ni tltfr rest of the cattle trade. It I' niijulr ing title to millions of ncrcH ot lanO In Colorado for the purpose of raid ing cattle. The number of cattle nllllctcU witU tuberculosis Is said to bo very lars. The report of tho Chicago Hoiltlt Xn partment for the week ending Iy 3r' states that two cows Buffering fron tuberculosis wero found iiiiukij: ttm herds that supply Chicago with inllli. President Boouvclt and the iiitinften.'. of Congress llrst heard about tlio Jiua: Trust horrors from tho Englo Inst Ki vember, and thoy havo heard more ir erj" week slnco tlien. Tho Beef Trust la trying to atlr njp a war Itotwcen Germany and tltv Hi" ted States, because tho Germans yflK not permit tuberculosis, cancer unl trichina to bo freely Imported into iuif country. WALTER E. SCUMSDT is as good aud true a cittson n vimt' called Chicago his home. Every duty of citizenship has always been faith fully discharged by him. WILLIAM P. BLACK Is a man whom to know I to rcspitS. Ho has mi honored name In tin biC uess world. VIRGIL M. B1UD Is n Chlcago.iu lu the triuM hcd.sb of the word. Progressive, public .ptrl)otT mill active, lit; hwmsscs the btmt at tributes of trim cltlKCiixhtp, ANDREW J. RYAN maintains In all uffulrs nt public acC prlvuto llfo tho highest Ideals of oroblo manhood. LOUIS LEVY run rofer with prlda to u fine rocc us well us an honored name in tbtsv community. HON. B. A. EOKHAUT Is a man whom Chicago Is proud ft claim as one of Ita typical cttlaona. FRANCIS STUYVESANT PD VBOW5' U noted for his excellent bualneaa ubllltles and hla faRhfnl adbereuo t high Ideals of duty. J. ELLIOTT JBNN1N0& uiijoju a wldespiead uud wulV-enrrvutt "iipulurlty. t9a, WILLIAM II. WEBffi: Is one of tlioM men wiiu.e pledge 5 tuntaniotint to performance, and vvhoc everybody likes ami respect. STILLMAN B. JAMITtxOH stands in the front rank of OUlcnr''ix most popular and usnfui clUzena. BENJAMIN F. RIOHOLRON. has tho respect and good wIMutt ? every ono with whom ho coiiu-h In w tact. JUSTICE .7. K. lIUNDIvnifiB has ever been faithful to friends aa loyal to principle, a fact which counts for hla great popularity the host of friends who swear by . ISIDORE II. HIKES can always be relied upon to be lfcya to friends, true to principle and falta nil to his word, hence his friends admirers are legion. HARRY R. GIBBONS, haa the tonfldonco and respect of whole community.