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TKB ORIOAOO ft nr, If I I I I ifc W LU (V 1 I'm ) tfl & T' ';J i If IM h i)e Chicago ffagle tUILKrlED EVERY SATURDAY SI HENRY P. DONOVAN. 4m fHptadtat Ntwgpapme, Ftarlt$ Mrf TntkM, ION RATES I2.M PER YEAR IWIM Alt e0MMCHie4f tOM TO t P. BONOVAN. Ettr sse Prsirtetw, ' TtUTONIO BUILOINO Cerser WMhlnttoa St. and Jth Ave. it the tcntcfflce. Chlcaxk IUlaeia, . cite Ball matter.) BttaMUhed October 8, 1889, By Henry F. Donovan. LARGEST WEEKLY CIRCULATION IN CHICAGO. Tfc Oklesia KaU aaaiktva ita baeHkra tk ataat J" Cklewio. It ntnrlr mrmrr la tk eoBiwaBltr 11 mm wko mrm HnMin of klle avlBlBB (UrMtora of klaa aaTatra. M U tk xl( Mcter and atma mrmrr pollttwil leader mrmrr fca4e of oplalan. It la raaa by Ooreantnt. feata. Caaatr Oltr aatdaie. It la read hy a kla perreatatia C tka leeral fraevralty. Ineladlac Maaet aael bar. It la tka farorlta of Cfclcaa-o'a laaeHajr baataaaa nea. It raaakea all olaaaaa la their kaaaea. It la read br tke Fire Depart- It la read ur tka Poltca De aartaieat. M la la Terr pnbllo ofllca aad palillo llbrarr. It la not ooatrotlad by any ekeaky ow erooked adrer- daeT aareaay. la tka aoreateeet yaara of Ita It kaa ataaaarad tokalld iraalatloa aad arreat ioaa wttkaat tka aid of pre- adTartaalaeT akavka. it la war It U aa tadepead- amt, aa pap alar aad aa aaraaat. Tka adeaojo Bacla la eat pa pa tkat kaa aava dapaadad advarttataaT aaraara fa a itlaa. It kaa aaa mt Ita 'JAPANESE FEELING FOR UNITED STATES. THE Doctor Yamakawu, who was formerly tho president of tho Imperial Univers ity of Tokyo, Japan, recently offered to present to a primary school In Japan-the portrait of somo distinguished person. Tho three hundred and forty tiirvo children were asked to ballot for tho perbon whoso plcturo they would like to hnvo placed on tho walls of the schoolroom. Although It was when tho nation was much excited over tho treatment of Japanese pupils In .Sun Francisco, theso boys and girls mill honored tho great men of America. George Washington stood first In tho list with 00 votes, nnd Abraham Lin coln tccond with Kl. Next camo Ad miral Togo with 23 votes, followed by n Japano.M) philanthropist of olden tlmo. Tho fifth plaeo wns taken by another American, Ilenjamln Franklin, with 21 votes. Others for whom pref erence was expressed wero Florence Nightingale, 13; JWarquls Oyama and Nelson, 11 each; General Kodama, 7; JJIsmarck, C, und Napoleon, -1. Thoro wero also Mattering ballots for Presi dent Hoowjvelt, Gnllloo, Socrates, Pe ter tho Great, ond others. Probably tlio voto was Intluenced by btorles that the pupils found In their reading-books, nnd If the question had been asked them whether they considered tlio for eign heroes greater men than thoso of their own country, It Is not likely that they would have answered In tho af firmative; but tho denlro to have '.the portraits of such men as Washington, Lincoln nnd Franklin placed ou the wnll Is ono Indication of tho feeling with which tho United States has long been regarded In Japan. A NEW DANOER. Tho spreading of disease by Insects Js now proving to Iw much more torn Gaori than was believed to bo tho case but a year or two ago or oten a few months ago. 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BRYAN, Candidate for Democratic Presidential Nomination. litis lilthorto liwii islvcn to thoe tils enees wlioreln the Insect nets tlio jmrt of n nwomlnry liost In which the para site unilcrsoeii some kind of cliiiiiao not )osIMe In man inalarln, yellow fever. Illurla. Texas rover, etc. It Is InlcrcotltiK to llml Increasing attention belnit Klven to the j)osllillljy of the me clmnlcal transmission of Infective or pinlsms frmn ninn to limn by means of the commoner Insects. Ilk', berilmp. roaches itntl lleas. There Is no reason able donlit that In recent wars tiles were responsible for the transfer of ty phoid bacilli to foods which were not screened. VENTILATION NEEDED. In few respects tlo Americans seem more extravagant to the avcrago Ku roiwan than In tlio large use of Ico for cooling purposes In summer, and In tlio elaborate measures to warm their houses In winter. Tlio Englishman complains that tlio buildings In this country arc overheated. An American passing n winter In Kuglamt finds tlio houses, both In city and In country, un comfortably cold. Habits of long growth, founded on economic condi tions there nnd here, account for this difference of view. Many of tlio na tives of Uruguay, In South America, suffer untold discomfort from living up to their belief that tlio nrtlllclal heat ing of houses Is Injurious to health. In damp, chilly weather they get along without tlio relief that a llttlo lira might give. Among tlio desperately poor In tlio Northern States of this country cases have been known whore a family would remain In bed during an extraordinary cold day, If they had uo fuel, or wished to ocouomizo the llt tlo they had. Good food helps mail as well as domestic animals to resist the cold. .Substantial clothing and well built houses, carefully protected against tlio high winds, greatly leseu oiiu'h de pendence on fuel. Itrlsl: bodily activ ity also contributes to the same cud. Ventilation often becomes u serious matter. Although cold air Is not nec essarily pure, nor warm nlr necessarily foul, It Is In the main truo that fresh, outsldo nlr Is cold. Its Introduction under any plan that can bo devised lowers tlio temperature, and to ralso It again Involves tlio uso of moro fuel. Ventilation Is n luxury, but It Is one that adds so mightily to bodily health nnd mental vigor as to bo well worth Ita cost WIQQLE IS QROWTH. A good deal has been said lately about tho power acquired through re poso, tho value of absolute relaxation and the desirability of letting go of one's self. Undoubtedly there Is truth In the contention that an overwrought mind nnd body ought to release tho tension beforo something breaks, but let It not lo forgotten that It iover bo acquired through repose, growth comes through wiggle. Observo the baby, be fore It can walk, stand or sit. What does It do? It wiggles. Hotly, nrms, fingers, legs, toes. Tho baby bird does tlie same. If you will look closely at tho nestling stretching Its neck for food Its parent brings, you will ob serve that not only tho head and neck, but the Incipient wings and tho little legs and claws aro all working vigor ously. In both baby and bird, wiggle means growth nud soon tho ouo can walk and the other can tly. Hut as Ntoii as the child learns to walk, he doesn't walk; hu runs. The run Is tho natural gait of tlio child. Ho finds It dllllcult to go moro slowly. Uven when he stands or sits, ho Isn't stand ing or sitting. He Is wiggling. HU anus sway, his legs Mvlng nnd Ills body writhes Into iiiimy positions. Par ents nsk, "Why can't that child bo Mill a single inluute?" Hut the child Is growing and wlgglo means growth. Ilnuglily speaking, a child moro than doubles Its weight the ilmt year, and moro than doubles It again In tlio next two. It would inako us grown-ups wig glo sonic to do Hint, wouldn't It? As tho child grow older, It gains roiv).o slowly, but grows less, nnd when full growth Is uttnlned, wiggling lnrgely cciM's. The sjinie phenomenon holds truo of the mind. Tho first fow months tho mind Is Inactive and grows slow ly. Itut ns soon ns It gains control of Its tools, when It has learned to dis tinguish sounds, to focus Its eyes, to use Its hands to grasp objects and Its feet to carry It to them, and its tongue to iuquiio about tlM'in. how the mind wiggles! it flashes from ono subject to another, Its Inquiry Is constant and endless nnd its hold upon Information tenacious. 1 on and I can sit down and 1 look ut whatever Is In view nud feel no particular curiosity. Not so the child. It must know about this, that and the other thing which It sees, and though Its questions seem simple, they are astonishingly searching. "What's that. miiiniimV" asked n .'I-year-old. "A vault." "What's In It?" "Dead folks." Quick us n tlii'li tlio little mind leaped at the deduction. "Oh, Is It Heaven'" In the space of a couple of years, the baby mind acquires practical con trol of a dllllcult language, learns the uses nnd ' relations of thousands of strange objects, and. most remarkable of alt, learns how to handle the people of his world and to mutch his tiny strength and Intelligence against their years of study and experience. Com paratively speaking, he rarely makes u mistake and still more rarely re peats 'one. Supposo your self trans ported to n strange planet, could you do as well In so short a time? Von might, If your mind had enough wig gle. Hut has It, On tlio other hand, observe how Hrfcctly a child sleeps. Its osltlon Is one of on so mid aban don, It breathes all the way down, nnd you can pick It up and lay It down and scarcely disturb It. The lesson seems to be that when you re)ose, you should repose, but when you are awake, you should wiggle t Whatever your aim In life, wiggle, for wlgglo Is growth. EAQLETS. Andrew ,T. Itynn deserves the repu tation he has of being on of Chicago' ablest nud most brilliant! lawyers. The old Justice courts were better In many ways than the new Municipal Courts, the recent scandal In the Clerk's olllce being one of the many ad vantages the people receive from re form movements. How 0. Hall, the well known lawyer and Democratic1 leader, Is talked of for the Dcmocrntlu nomination for Attor ney General of Illinois next year. Tho Legislature should redlstrlet tho wards In Chicago. Tho people would then have a representative City Couu ell. Hy his able and brilliant record as Judge of tho Probate Court Charles S. Cutting has earned the confidence and high esteem of tho people of Cook County. Tho law against- the ticket scalpers should bo rigidly enforced. Chicago's old city hall will bo closed by July 1. Hy that tlmo all tlio de partments will have vacated tho build ing. Tho city hall commlttco of the council has begun action on tho pre liminary plans. It Is planned to have u t'ouiinltteo oillco In tho Stock Ex change Hulldlug, where active opera tions will bo started toward getting w tho details of tlio requirements of the new building. It was tho consensus ) opinion at tlio meeting that tho city hall must bo In conformity with tho nivhltii.tural Hues of tho county build- Albert C. Chirk Is ouo of tho ablest nud most opular mcu In tho Illinois Statu Semite. As n successful business mnn nnd a puhllc-splrltcd citizen, John M. Smyth stands high In tho estimation of the people of Chicago. No man In Chicago has made nu abler or cleaner record In his profes sioii than has Itobert It. .lauqiolls, tho well-known lawyi Clayton H. t 'in lis, the able and bril liant lawyer, Is liked and respected by nil who know him. Albeit (!. Wheeler ranks as ono of Chicago's brainiest and foremost busi ness men. Mayor Jtusso s.iys the wldo-tlro law niiiht bo enforced, aud enforced rigidly, too, William II. Lyman, tho well-known contractor and former Statu Senator, Is nun of tho bt'Mt liked men lu Chi cago. .No man In Chicago has moro ndmlr ens nud frlendu than Joseph A. O'Don- &ii ij? ,i,?ffSWSB!aKr,'JituV -ilBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBMHMHft S v?.,??. 'Y v ?-i -XlSMlm' rlv vRRRRRR1JM11Lm ile W'r S$mLmWlSwMmWmWH' ':''r-F itRRRRKTl'ARRRRRY VliSl iv v Wbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb. 'MmmmmmmmT y Wbtyw&it ' iuHRRRRRRRRRRRRK JRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRB' f!ldmWiRllSRRRVl9flRRRRRRBl' v7JbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbI v RRRRRb5R8RRHRRRRRRRM VMtllRRRRRH 'MJbbbbbbbP RRRRRRHP RRRRRRM''RaBBW' RRRRRRHH&W 'RRRRRRHLiHHARRRRRK jX.IAHrjPr t'RRH RRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRk 'lKalRRRRRRRRRRRRRHT r 'fiB Rft, VjRlRRRRRRRRRRRm ' 7MRRM ' RRRRRRRRRRRRRKl ngB TfRRRRl i, JRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRH cSrRRRRRRRRRRRRRh4 Y'aRRRt tr lH rRRHVaRRRB IrrrrrArrBrrrrrrK h1rrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr1rrVv w JRRHRR!RRK'!lBiRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRilS?lRMK'UA 5- tjitf ROGER O. 8ULLIVAN, Democratic National Committeeman of Illinois. noil, the well known lawyer and West fork Commissioner. .tunics S. Hopkins Ik a lawyer of abil ity and force, as his splendid lecord as MtiHler-lu-Clui lu-cry will show. Arc the local Steamboat Insiteclors working for tlio Goodrich line, the Urahiim & Morton line, tlio Williams Hue and some of the other lines, or are they working for the Government nnd the people. Tlio dally palters should cease tk publication of fako financial advertise ments. - Tlio Hoof Trust Is getting worse. 'the city Inspectors at tlio Union Stockyards condemned and destroyed :in.Vl." pounds of bad meat during the week ending January VI, 1007. A starving man who tolo ?2 worth of bacon from the Ueef Trust was sent tn the bridewell nnd committed sul- cldo becuuso of his Blmine. Tho Deef Trust stole Jf'.'.OOO.OOO worth of witter froii Chicago and no olllclal thought any less of It. Not satisfied with Importing foreign pauiicr Inoor to compete with Ameri can labor, tho Beef Trust kills moro worklnginon annually In Its planU than fall In a big battle In war time. In one Chicago plant thirteen mcu were killed In ouo day recently. If you want to see what kind of :neat Chicago packers put In cans, read the market rciorts In tiny Chicago dally. You will find "canning cows" quoted on tho livestock market nt $1 to $2 per hundred liounds. In other words, the packers pay 1 to 2 cents a pound for tho meat they .can. The cnttlo barons will find that they aro up against It before Tho Baglo guts through with them. Beef Trust apologists) say that most of the criticism of their methods Is duetto "dramatic license." Is there any' "dramatic license" In the condem nation of over 3,000,000 pounds of beef containing tuborculosls In the short space of three months? Is there any "dramatic license" about official health department reports? Tho Heef Trust Is tho greatest men ace to tho health nnd prosperity of Chi cago to-day. There Is nothing In tho new meat law requiring a microscopical examina tion of pork for trichina and tho pack ers are correspondingly happy. Tho reform press which Is friendly to tho Heef Trust, Is also friendly to tho railroads. It Is against tho 2-cent faro bill. Tho government meat law does not protect the pcoplo of Chicago .mil Illi nois and tjioy aro at tho mercy of tho Heef Trust. Will tho Illinois LegUla turo do Its duty? The Beef Trust saturates Chicago with stenches from ita rendering es tablishments ajd glue factories. It robs tho people of Chicago through its control of th; .irlce of the food they eat aud the leather they wear. Ten years of continuous olllco-hold-lug .bus mndo some of tho City Hull gang feel llko aristocrats. "Tho Inspectors at tho Union Stock yards condemned and destroyed 281, Mil pounds of food stuffs." Taken from the ltulletlii of tho Chicago Health De partment, week ending December 15, 1000. Tuberculosis is Itio almost entirely to bad meat. Hogs that go to Kuglnnd nnd the United States aro not examined for trichina, All hogs for Germany, France and Austria are. Somo caeape, though. , Tho neof Trust Is doing more to brllig on a revolution la tills country ttwu all other forces combined, The Trust Press, which does its bidding, Is helping matters along. Charles E. Newton, Chicago's oldest hatter, whose nnnic Is a household word and whoso popularity is unbound ed, Is now at COT Masonic Temple, where he la a member of Newton & Cntlln, hatters and furriers. Itcwarc of fako financial schomos, whether mines or rnllronds. What object can die members of the Hoof Trust have In opposing the Illi nois pure food laws and wantlug them amended? Tom N. Donnelly, the well known Jeweler at US Dearborn street. Is tho mnn to go to for bargains In diamond, and all otlier kinds of Jewelry. Ills prices are reasonable and all of his goods are of tho very bast quality. America Is not the only nation whose rich men give bountifully to public works. A French Jew has bequeathed titty million francs to public Institu tions, half of It to tho Pasteur Insti tute. Ills account of himself wns touching and simple: "They say I have been miserly. They iioko fun nt my creed. What do I care? It pleases me to rellect that that greed will bene fit the wretched, nud that, after all, It Is for them that I have worked." John D. Itoekefeller says existing stocks cannot ito watered, nnd An drew Carneglo declares that Wall street Is tho gambling headquarters of America. These two gentlemen are likely to loso tho confidence of some of our most prominent financiers. If Mr. rtockuiollor lm. given his un divided attention to the accumulation of money, however, ho might easily have been a rlchmau. V Prince Henry of tlio Netherlands, husband of the queen, proved his hu manity and his courage when tho steamer Hcrllu was wrecked off the Hook of Holland. Uo learned that some passengers wero left on the ves sel, nnd took command of tho rescue party which filially brought them off. When ho cnuio aslioro with them he was cheered to tho echo by the enthu siastic. Dutchmen gathered on tho beach. King F.dward has bestowed on him tho Grand Cross of tho Order of tho Hath In recognition of his bravery. "Tho tongue, the pen, and tho bal lot are the true rulers of the repub lic," says a llnltlmoro paper. Where docs tho hand that rocks tho cradle como lu? A dispatch states that a Hostou man with eight daughters has Just Inherit ed a million dollars. Uo will now Und It much easier to marry off the daugh ters. Ono of tho sous of Kmpcror William will, it Is reiKitted, enter Harvard next fall. Uo will bo accompanied by n military aid, aud wo aro positively as sured that it is his fixed Intention not to submit to any mollycoddling what ever. A Mississippi court has made a rul ing which will appeal to boys of all ages, If not to lawyers. A boy had climbed a trco nnd hnd been burned by an electric wire. Ills parents sued tho company. Tho defendant argued that tho boy bad uo business lu tho tree. 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It doesn't seem right that human life should lie so cheap wlnm every thing else Is ho high. The 'era Is ouo of high living nmt quick dying. Freedom refrained from uttering any shrieks when PnblcdoncstsclT died. M. OULLOM, Senator from Illinois, j T M-CMBt, -, , s. , - - !- h j. j.t-a,-TYMl.'7-H--Mfe. ..niiC tysW "f - W W .yr-,-)btopt x ,s4. -H i, Jf..f . wt , - v.fUv- ,i'j'4tot(i?j. . w Tff tmrfmrefH4 y-r t xpy&fi.r)fi