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THE! OHIOAGO BAQLB TUBERCULOSIS AND CANCER IN CHICAGO BEEF! 1EEF lEIlldl CITY HALL ITEMS. News of Municipal Administration Given Briefly and to the Point for Eagle Readers. UMful Information, Interesting Facts .and Personal Gossip Tersely Told by One Who Knows. HEALTH DEPARTMENT WANTS i8.'I.N10. In a report delivered to Coiiiptroltcr AtoGunn, Ilonlth Commissioner Charles Whaloii llxod JjWI.SUl its the nniouiit necessary for his oillcojliii'lng tin' com ing your. The allowance fni' 1IMHI was ?KI1.II.". The principal Hems which necessitate nit Increase rr Mo" me the ailtllllnii of loo school Inspectors tor leu months, (lie purchase of it hIIc Mini lie! erection of public baths In tin1 Twenty-fourth Wntil iiml tin transfer of tlie nmhuluiico service from the po lice to tin health department. WANTS HOT (WI'EE FOR Flltlr men. Chief Iloriin Is to confer wllli Ihu Council Finance Committee regarding mi appropriation for hot cnlTcc wagons for the n uc of the department nt Wg Hfiw on mill nlgliK Tliu chief will nsk for throe or four of those wagons, lie nays lliul If thi llrcineii lire served with coffee ul ii ilii In zero weather they will lo hettor work. CHARLES J. VUl'ICKA haa proven by bit successful career that bralna, experience ami Integrity form an Irresistible combt-ntlon In any Use of business. JUSTICE JAMES M. I.fYI.E la a uinn who takes prld tn Chicago ud of whom Chicago Is proud. VIRGIL M. BRAU Is .ono of tlio men who would repre sent tbo people well anywhere. . JAMES J. LYNCH la a typical cltlaen of Chicago, pro gressive and energetic, bo Is deserved' ly successful In nil his undertakings. MILES KHiierc Is n competent niui uiorotigb man or affairs. Whatever he dos he does well ami thoroughly. 8TILLMAN D. JAM IF.'.' ON Is a limn of good uttiiiinnoiits and ex cellent qualities, mid thereforo popu lar as well as successful. jflsjjQi EDWARD A. DICKER, honest, upright and true-hen rted, he Bakes frlwnris and wins the esteem of oil who become acquainted with him. aEORQH II. MLL Is liked by all who lire acquainted with bis many excellent traits of char acter. HON. SHNA R. CARTER nan of keen discernment; prompt f action, and persistent as well aa honorable In method; Is Invariably suo essful PRANK O. LOWDKN bolds a foremost place In the front ranks of the best citizens In this com munity. CHARLES H.WACSrfiH ban a iluwless record uk a citizen and a typical Ghlengonn. HARRY niLDUBCII Is n man whom lo miom u io respect and honor. M. P. BYRNE has tbe highest Ideals or honorable ctttsenshlp and la true to them. There la no man In Chicago wbo stands high er la public esteem. HON. JAMES H. ECKELS combines good Judgment with sound ability in the management of affairs. GEORGE GILLETTE la a man of sound Judgment. He has the knack of easily making warm friends, and baring made a frlond, retaining bis friendship. WILLARD M. McEWlSN. bos blgb Ideals and n good conception of tbo needs of tho public. MARTIN EMERICH stands well In tbe community aa as upright and public-spirited citizen. Hla success In life Is due to bis ster ling qualities of bead and heart. THOMAS N. JAMISON a mail of true woitli and sterling in tegrity, la justly regarded as oiie of Chicugo's vulucd eltUeiis. SENATOR A. O. OLATtK, la a model cltlsea and one at whom Ohkaft.u Justly proud. ANDREW MATHISHN k Mkei by everybody, bla popnrity Mac daa to bla aealal and area ni aa aaa MoeftDM in 99' Xllu il.Mi'.i J WANT NIJW COrilT IN ASHLAND BLOCK. The Judges of the Municipal Court have protested lo City Comptroller JiHIniin against' the Courts moving Into (lie Kesuer Building. IIS Michigan a ve nue, declaring that the building Is not uislly accessible to the pulille. Chief Justice (iNoii recommended thai space he rented In the new County Building ami In the Ashland block. Me points out also that the Municipal Courts will have the heiielll of Hie I .aw Insll tule l.llirary. CLAYTON H. CRAVTS la a typical Chlcngonn. energetic, plucky, and Invariably successful In every walk of life. CLARENCE 8. DAIlUmY Is n man of many merits, a good citi zen, mill a general favorite. HENRY SHERMAN ROUTELL has alwnjs been known as a man of IiIh word. JAMES J. OHAV. ban an enviable record for absolute honesty in all bis business relations, active support and sympathy for all movements for the betterment of the city and bis follow-inen and for all tbe qualities that go to make ap the Ideal citizen. PETER FORTUNE linn always been rwiuy to devote to the welfare of the community that huslucs alilllty and Industry wblcb linn contributed so much to tils personal success. JOHN .T. HEALY a cnpnble man, combining energy with Intelligence, be Is Justly regarded and respected as a valuable member of tbe community. ERNEST HUMMEL. In nil waits of lite baa been stead fnnt to tho old adage, and proved its truth: "Honesty Is the best policy." JUSTICE MAX EBElUUStDT possesses in an cniliioui dcgiee tliose merits and qualities which go to make up tho true Chlcngonn. He is best Uked by those who know him best WILLIAM II. LYMAN ever makes a promise that be does not Intend to fulnU, nor undertakes any enterprise that be doe not feel tbe will art tbe power to thoroughly carry Into effect JOSEPH THEURKR has a high conception o( I lie ilutlea or good citizenship and has always lived up to them. CHARLE8 M. FOELL has tho esteem and good will of all who know him mid who tiro acquaint ed with his many good qualities. U. S. SENATOR A. J. HOPKINS liked ly nil who Know htm uiul re pootod by all wltli whom he cornea in contact. ALBERT II. PUTNttY possess all tbe attribute whloh admlro and which bold tbelr respect and friendship. Hla prosperity la business la measured only by hla wide spread popularity. ANDREW J. GRAHAM baa well earned tbe good will of the community wblcb be enjoya to audi a arge extent WILLIAM U. WEUKR luifi won the high repiitatieD which be enjoys by hard work aud honorable methods. TUEODORB OGITB Is n man of steillng qualities of head and heart; successful In ull bis uu dcrtakliiKH' WILLIAM LOItrtER deserves all tho hiiccess winch tins dls tliigulbhed his career. AI1EL DAVIS Is a man or soiiud JinVsiuent, strength of purpose mid great activity. Ho has nover failed In tho performance of bis duties In life or the accomplishment of bis undertakings. JOHN M'GIIiUW Is deserving or tm vonnuence aud good will of the community. ROGER 0. SULLIVAN stands well In tbe estimation of bis fellow citizens aa a man whose word ottoe, given la never broken, and who aaa naver bean known to fobaak aa fMaM'at to iaasjt a Kll-SXJ HON. FRED W. Ul'HAM never neglected an opportunity to do good for bla fellow cltlien, and In the course of hla career has made thou sands of loyal friends. gsouoh a swirr. baa earned the high regard of his fel low citizens ns a man loyul to friends and faithful to principle. HARRY RUllENB is one of Chicago's most usetul snd re mected citizens. CHARLES H. CALIiAHaJN. bellovea lu the golden rule aud prac tices It Thla is the secret of bis per sonal popularity and success In life. ADAM ORTSBIFWN resaected and honored ft all te wheal he la known. JOHN 0. SPBV. hits few eJiils and no superiors as u man of sturdy Integrity uud uullagKlug energy. AUSTIN J. DOYl-tt Is a man who liiuinainj wins and re talus the coulldence aud liking of ull who have dealings with liliu. JOSEPH MEDILL PATTBitMON haa by aaaorable, csnservaMvo and up right BMthods earned a blgb plaoa la the bastnees world and In the esteem good will of tbe entire community. EDWARD TILDES' Is modovt and BUAssuuuug. but the peo ple appreciate blm Just tho same. JOHN V. CLARKE possesses ull of tuoso solid mid estima ble qualities which make tho iuot use ful citizen. HOSEA W. WELLS la one who iii.ikes fair play bis motto and baa won by It. ROY O. WEST teadfaat and reliable, la one of those men whosn word Is aa good as his eoud. Hla mar friends are a unit In testifying to theae good qualities of HARRY R. aiBB('N8, la deservedly popular and counts bis friends by the hundred. He Is Hked by everybody wbo bas tbo pleasure of bis acquaintance. CHARLES U. PRESTriN has marie thorough pertormance of duty, ftiltllliueut of all agreements with his fellow men In the spirit and the letter and exact Justlco ' In all things the guiding principles of bis successful career.' WM. A. DOYLtf la among our most useful citizens, and bas the good will ot everybody. HON. JOHN J. HANXIKBG has gained success by forw o; charae ter, Industry, Integrity nnd ability. JAMES PEASE besides being a model citizen takes a good man's pvrt In every movement for the benefit of tho city. WALTER E. SCHMIDT enjoya the esteem and respect of all who admire the highest qualities of good citizenship, watch In hla are fully exemplified. s MYBR 8. BMRICH la known to all" who have the pleasure of hla acqualatanca aa a nan tbor aagnlr reliable and alwaya raa to nil. .A --j E.A..W!l l.t.-.r.V- llifrh-' ' MaM iaa. &J Wl , JCpa) 'Wfc. W-n ' -W BbsBBbSi iWEEaWaHBlwtfal .,. 3anKBBBBslBBBHBHoBK 4bibb1HHbbbbiiHbbDPsbI! jBBBBBIBtKBBBBBBBBBBtmSk LOOKWOOD HONORE, Chief Justice of tho Circuit Court. OYIUTj It. JANDUS a man of niaiiy exeeinuu inlttles, Is brainy, reliable and always steadfast to friends and to the lino of duty, JUSTICE HENRY ROTH Is an considerate of trie rights of oth ers an he Is Insistent upon the main tenance of his own. This is ono of tbe reasons of his great popularity. ADAMS A. GOODRICH belongs to that class of clUtens wblcb haa ever contributed most to the wel fare and upbuilding of Chicago. .T. ELLIOTT JENNIN08 la enterprising h'nd progressive, as well as capable and careful In tbe con duct of all affairs entrusted to blm. hence bis invariable success. ySefciaV JOSEPH A. O'DONNKtiL. never forgets a friend or a promise and ia among tho moat popalar cltt cena of Chicago, FRANCIS STUYVESANT PH) UJODV brings trained Intelligence, naUve abil ity and sturdy Integrity to benr In all his relations with hla fellow citizens and In the discharge of at' his duties, HON. B. A. ECKHART has built up a reputation tn thla city of which any man might well feel proud. SAMUEL J. SHAEFPER has always put truth, nouor and Jus tice before expediency; houve the es teem with which he Is looked upon by 11 who know III tn. JAMES A. HO.' ; can count bla personal friend by tbe ! hundred, a fact due to his many estl , uuiblo characteristics nnd Ills unchang ing, even, temperament. WILLIAM P. BLACK la the kind of citizen who constitutes the real backbone of this city. JUDGE ORRIN N. CARTER la deservedly populat, being uniformly courteous aud obliging to hla fellow citizens and nlwnrs a stickler for pro bity and principle. F. EMIL GASCn baa a high conception of the duties of cltizouahlp aud Uvea up to It Ho Is a mau whom to know la to respect JUSTICE JOHN It. OAVERLY is a mau wIiom wcll-ltfuowii ability and public bplrit places him in the fiout ruuU of our most useful cltl teus. WILLIAM II. ARTUnt. Is a niatt of untainSlicd reputation snd of commanding ublllty lu the conduct of bis alTalra. JUDGE THEODORE BRENTANO active, energetic, enterprising aud pub-Itc-spirltcri, bus made u success of all his undertakings, and la ranked by common consent amoug our very best citizens. THOMAS P. KEEL3Y la a public-spirited citizen wuo Is as popular aa he b oru troua fa bis buslueaa pursuits. LOUIS LEVY haa tftie experience and the abtmy to make a success ot all hla undertak ings. RUDOLPH BRAKO has a fine record for probity and strictly boaejio methods, He haa naif nimself rsoeeted la ovary walk fe svVw It haaa .. . JOHN F. CLARK bolds an honored place among those who by his ability, Industry and souud Judgiuont contribute to tho growth and apbulldlug of Chicago. ALEXANDER II. REVSLL baa a spotless reputation as a first class citizen, and a capable and honorable Baa of affairs. JOHN P. UOPIvT.VS a citizen whose record li one to be proud of, is a matt whose friends ore myriad mid whose name commands re spect everywhere. PHILIP R. BRAND lias nover been knotrn to undertake what ho could not accomplish, nor fall to accomplish what he has utidertakeu. JOHN C. FETJin command the contldeucv ot tho en tire bushiest) community, being con scientious, iiKKldtiotiB and pulustakiug lu all his trauMictlou. KICKUAM SOANLAN Just nt'd fair lu uli tits dv.iungs. po rctcs the eotilldeiice and good will of nil who kuow him. JAMES 8. nOPICIN'S never does tilings by halves. Ho Is thorough In tbo fulflllnient of all obli gations, and therefore baa tbe respect of tbe entire community. . HON. FRED B. CONB haa boats of friends who admire htm for bla many merits and good quali ties. CHARLES M'GAVIN tins niario It a rule ihmugu life to ac cord fair play as well as to demand It lu all things. Everybody who knows hint trust as well as like htm. ALDERMAN CHARLES WE11NO has tbo deserved reputation of being ono of tho most capable aud reliable men of affairs in Chicago. JAMES A. 8ACICLMV. maintains that widespread popularity and respect which Is ouly galued by a strong aa well as an estimable per sonality. LEO ERNST Is honornblo and fair In nil his rela tions with his follow citizens, upright as lie Is cupablo and straightforward. E. R. BLISS Is a man or uiu lilgiiesi standing in the community; upright and Just In all tbo affairs of life and indefntlgablo In tho performance of all the duties thereof. JUSTICE JAMES O. DPOl.EY. In all relations of lire neior deviates from tuo-.e iiriuelples of stralghtfor nardiiof. and Integrity which have won hltr golden nplnbniH overywhero. BENJAMIN F. RICH01.R0N. la liked by everybody and counts bis frlsuda by tbe hundred. ADOLF BERGMAN baa earned by an honest, upright life, tho good will and respect of tbe en tire community. A. W. MILLER belongs to that class ot citizens who nevor know foiluro, nor allow any ob stacles to dfrcer them in a worthy en terprise once unoirUikon. JOHN T. CONNBRY la pleasant and genial of manner, obliging and faHhfol to hla promises, ii Floods Chicago with Lumpy Jaw Cattle and the Authorities Do Nothing. 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 Chi cago. in. Chicago Is reveling In n feast of lumpy Jaw beef, tuberculosis cattle and the like. The now Federal meat liiMK'etlon law Is In force, but, so far as Chicago Is concerned, It Is a dead letter. The United States law only applies to me.it Intended for export and for meat shlpjK'd to other State. This Is as far as the Federal author ity can go. It cannot Interfere with local condi tions. Those nro wholly under the control of the local government mid the local government believes that when tin tubercular parts of the beof and the lumpy Jaw or cancerous parts of tho Isjof are cut out, that the rest of tin carcass Is good to eat. So tliousiinils of Chlctigoans are eat ing lumpy Jaw cattle every day, hi hlhwful Ignorance of the awful facts and the Roof Trust Is getting richer than ever by purveying bad food to the HOp!t. Tho most radical legislation Is noces- Miry to obliterate this oll aud the ' people will get It when they wake up I uud realize the terrible danger that eonstnittly menace thouifclvcs and their families under present conditions. Sjieaklng of the suplueness of the Chicago Health Department In this matter, the Chicago Tribune In a re cently printed editorial declared: "The Health Department should nt oik enact mid enforce the regulations which have boon prepared by the De partment of Agriculture. "If thoe regulations are neocsary to Insure the good quality of Chicago meat which Is to lie eaten by English men they nre equally necessary to In sure the good quality of Chicago meat which Is to bo eaten In Chicago. If foreigners are deserving of protection the people of Chicago are also. They will not get the same degree of pro tvotlon unless tbo local Inflection is as good as the Federal Inspect Ion. "There will bo an attempt to work off on Chicago consumers Inferior meats JOHN F. SMUIMfi. Is honest, able and upright In nil relar tlons of life. ISIDORE II. HIMES Is a citizen of excellent standing and faultless record. ARBA N. WATERMAN tlilougli a bus) aim caiviui iil'e ha earned the looped and good will ol the entire community FRED L. WILK Is, progressive, enterprlsnig nnd Indus-'-ions. Such aen nre always sure to make a success In life. A. S. IIIltltAKP knows how to make friends and to re tain them. He Is n man for whom sll wbo know him have the highest re spect MATT. BENNEff never falters when once his mind Is made up as to tho right and the wrong of a question. Ho is always on the right side, regardless of ull other con siderations or consequences. JOHN II. JONES la a capable mau ot aflnlrs, honorable In bis dealings, and assiduous In at tention to bis prosperous business. JOHN M. SMYTH. Is n man ot acUuowleuged ability, good Judgment and common sense. JUSTICE JOHN RICHARDSON Is n useful citizen faithful to duty and deserving of the good will of all. JOHN E. OWENS has a sploudld record rof good citizen ship, personal integrity uud tlrt-cluss ublllty. JIIDQE M. W. PINOKNES Is a man of brains, atillrty Mid Integ rity, and Is respected by everybody who enjoys his acquaintance, J. J. GERAGrrrv la liked most by tliose wbo know him best All who have bud business re latione with him are united in bearing testimony to this fact. GIfORGE A. BLETTNER feeerves la aa eminent degree that large share of popularity and pabllo tonndence which la undeniably hla. JUSTICE J. K. PRINDIVILL13 la a nan of well balanced mind, Judgment, honorable In bis bust- I mm metbode and fearlsM la the per- which cannot lie nuukotod clsownoae, Many of the smaller packers who have no outside trade will not maintain a high standard of cleanliness In their establishments unless they are forced to. There Is need of vigilant lnuuleliml Inspection to keep this city from be coming u dumping ground for poor meat and to enforce sanitary regulations In packing houces which arc ontsldo the scokj of Federal supervision." What an awful fuss the dally news, paper make over the Insurance vfao dais! And yet not one person In 1,000 is iilVected by Uiuiu. Yet the dally news papers have nothing to say iigaliiittho Reef Trust, which robs every man. woman and child lu tho community, every day. Tho workluguinn und every outer man for that matter U entitled to pure food and pure medicine. A government that does not protect a man and his family In these particulars deserves to be ocrthrowm The Beef Trust must go. The Beef Trust Is going to control the grazing business its well us the rest of the cattle trade. It Is acquir ing title to millions of acres of laud lit Colorado for the puroso of rais ing cattle. The number of cattle mulcted with tuberculosis Is wild to lio very large. The report of the Chicago Health De partment for the week ending May 10 states that two cows sttfferlug from tuberculosis were found among the herds that supply Chicago with milk. President Roocovelt and the members of Congress Urst beard about tlto Roof Trust horrors front the Eagle last No vember, und they have heard more ev ery week Mnco tlien. Tho Roof Trust Is trying to stir up a war between Gormany ami tho Uni ted States, because the Germans will not term U tuberculosis, cancer and trichina to be freely Imported Into their country. TOM N. DONNELLY Is as good and true a citizen as ever called Chicago his home. Every duty of citizenship has always been fsltb fully discharged by blm. JOHN P. M'GOORTl Is n man whom to know 1 tn respect He has mi honored uaiiie In the busi ness world. JUSTICE THEODORE C. MAYER it (.hicagoaii m Hie tuut souse ot .bo word. l'ro-Tcsslvo, public spirited mil active, ho post-esses the best at tributes of tiue citizenship. WALTER T. STANTON maintains In all a If a Irs or public and private 1 1 I'm the highest Ideals of boa orablo manhood. ANDREW J. RYAN can refer with pride, to a Hue record as well as mi honored uaiiie lu thla community. ALBERT N. KOSKNEOK Is a man whom Chicago is proud to claim aa one of Its typical c'.tlzens. EDWARD H. PBTRS Is noted for his excellent buslneaa abilities and his faithful adherence to high Ideals of duty. FRED A. BUiWrc enjoys a unirt.pie.ul and ucll-eurnud "opiilniliy, WILLIAM LEON till Is one of thoM men whoa pledge Is tantamount to performance, and whoa everybody likes and respect. JAMES REIHHCK stands In the front rnnk of Chlcago'e most popular and useful citizens. GEORGE W. I'AULUN has the respect and good wishes ot uvory ono with whom ho comes lu cou tact II. M. WIED1NGER bas ever bran faithful to friends and loyal to principle, a fact which ac counts for his great popularity and tho host of friends who swear by bin. PETER B. OLSrtN. can always bo rclh-d upon to be loyal to friends, true tn principle and faith ful to lila woid, hence his friends as4 'dmlrcrs are legion. PRANK WBIvTttvt baa the confidence und respect of whole eoaniunlty.